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We understand much more about the complex processes at work in human development thanks to the many scientific contributions made by Christopher Wylie, PhD, Director, Division of Developmental Biology.
Wylie was honored Feb. 15, 2013, with a research achievement award during the 2nd annual Faculty Awards presented by Cincinnati Children’s.
Wylie’s four-decade career includes landmark discoveries about how the germ layer forms and how germ cells migrate; how cell shape and rigidity can direct tissue and organ development; and how the body repairs vertebrae and tendons.
He has authored more than 170 peer-reviewed papers and founded the journal Development. He sits on several scientific councils and has served as president of the Society for Developmental Biology. Wylie also has mentored many developmental biologists who have become internationally recognized in their own right.
Wylie’s recognition was part of an event that also recognized 11 other outstanding faculty members at Cincinnati Children’s. They are:
Mentoring achievement awards
Entrepreneurial achievement awards
Educational achievement awards
Service & advocacy award
Research achievement award
Clinical care achievement awards
Christopher Wylie, PhD, Director, Division of Developmental Biology.
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