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Researchers in the Division of Developmental Biology are focused on five main areas of investigation:
Research in this area focuses on the structural, biochemical, molecular, genetic and cellular mechanisms that govern cell behavior and pattern formation during development.
Research in this area focuses on the development of the peripheral and central nervous systems and how intrinsic and extrinsic factors influence behavior.
This research aims to identify the processes that direct the formation of organs during normal embryonic development, as well as elucidating disorders that arise from abnormal development.
Research in this area seeks to enhance our understanding of the molecular mechanisms underlying normal organ development and how these processes might be disrupted in disease states.
Regeneration of cells in adult tissues has much in common with development and differentiation of cells in the embryo. These studies focus on identifying and manipulating stem and progenitor cells to promote regeneration and to generate tissues for transplantation.
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