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Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics & Division of Developmental Biology
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Qiyuan’s research interest is focused on discovering the post-translational machinery controlling rapid turnover of the segmentation clock proteins. She is also engineering clock genes to test the pacemaker model. To address the question of how somitogenesis is so robust, she is also working on quantitatively measuring clock gene expression noise and its functional importance in somitogenesis.
Muhammed joined the lab after completing his Ph.D. in Physics at SUNY, Buffalo in 2015, on cell membrane biophysics and developing live imaging techniques. He is interested in modeling and testing the genetic and signaling network utilized by cells to communicate with each other and commit into patterned segmentation. Outside the lab, you can find him brewing Turkish tea in his charcoal pot next to woods.
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