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- “The realized impacts of dispersal in the Florida Scrub-Jay”September 25, 2020 — 3 p.m.Webinar
- “Genetic regulation and the influence of tissue structure on cytokine signaling and collective cell migration in Drosophila”September 28, 2020 — NoonWebinar
- “At the cusp of life and death: A case study in baker's yeast”October 5, 2020 — NoonWebinar
August 17, 2020
A new study led by Douglas Portman, an associate professor of biomedical genetics, of biology, and o ...
July 17, 2020
Dragony Fu, an assistant professor of biology, and Jack Werren, the Nathaniel and Helen Wisch Profes ...
July 13, 2020
“We’ve been interested in longevity and disease resistance in bats for a while, but we d ...
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My current project focuses on centromere evolution. Centromeres are essential structures for proper chromosome segregation and cell division. Centromere defects lead to genome instability and human diseases... Read more >
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