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Our students in the Molecular and Developmental Biology Graduate Program can choose their area of study from a wide range of research areas.
As a result, our students conduct cutting-edge research at the bench that can translate directly into care the bedside.
Our researchers use model organisms including mouse, frog, chick and Zebrafish as well as innovative cellular and molecular technology to cure and prevent disease and improve the lives of children around the world.
Regulation of cellular growth control and tumor biology
Cardiac development, function and disease
Development and diseases affecting gastrointestinal organs
Identification of genetics and treatment for heritable diseases
Genetic and bioinformatic studies to understand human development and disease
Biology of blood cell formation and diseases
Cellular and molecular mechanisms regulating immune responses and diseases
Understanding the molecular mechanisms of cellular, tissue, and systemic metabolisms and how their abnormalities result in metabolic diseases.
Mechanisms regulating embryonic development and patterning
Development and diseases of peripheral and central nervous systems
Development of body organs and childhood disease
Lung biology, development and diseases
Biology and regulation of the human reproductive system
Stem cell regulation, biology and therapies
Eye development and diseases
Our faculty and students are finding ways to cure childhood diseases.
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