embryology

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the branch of biology that studies the formation and early development of living organisms

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Over the past decade, though, advances in developmental biology have led him to abstain from that practice.
He completed his post-doctoral study at the Whitehead Institute/Massachusetts Institute of Technology in gene therapy and at MGH/Harvard Medical School in developmental biology.
Shapiro, 52, is chair of the Department of Developmental Biology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where she also holds an Endowed Chair and is a professor of Developmental Biology and Genetics.
The grant, titled, "Directed Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells using Phage Displayed Ligands," unites Advanced Cell's expertise in embryonic stem cell biology, phage display, phage targeting technology and gene discovery, with Burnham Institute's expertise in developmental biology, cardiac biology, and vascular biology, among others.
Schekman teaches cell and developmental biology at the U.
In addition to the Functional Genomics of the Developing Pancreas Consortium, major scientific advances and technologic breakthroughs in basic disciplines such as developmental biology, stem cell biology, mouse genetics, imaging, bioengineering, and bioinformatics demand that a multifaceted, interdisciplinary, coordinated, collaborative approach on several fronts be utilized to generate key reagents, assays, and new strategies for the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Her case rests on developmental biology data documenting primate skull changes that occur during growth of the brain, the nasal airway, and the mouth.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York $3 million to support a program in developmental biology directed by Robert A.
Following postdoctoral studies in developmental biology at Harvard and MIT, he became an editor with the scientific journal Nature.
An introduction to the developmental biology of animals, this college textbook is for students who have some knowledge of cell and molecular biology.
Gearhart of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore, who described the cells at last week's International Congress of Developmental Biology in Snowbird, Utah.
Druker, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, is a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator at OHSU Cancer Institute, where he is professor of medicine in the Division of Hematology & Medical Oncology and has joint appointments in the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology and the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Wolfner of Cornell University at this week's International Congress of Developmental Biology in Snowbird, Utah.
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