Development & Regeneration

Investigators in our department use a variety of model systems to answer fundamental questions in developmental biology and regeneration. Our researchers examine the mechanisms that direct cell growth, differentiation, organogenesis and regeneration of tissues such as blood, heart, retina, and kidney, relevant to our understanding of human development and disease.  Researchers are also using innovative molecular approaches to understand the biology of stem cells, such as to uncover the genetic pathways that regulate induced pluripotent stem cells and factors that govern the behavior of tissue-specific stem cells in the body.

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