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Wehman, Ann

Mechanisms of extracellular vesicle release and uptake in early embryonic development....

Rodriguez, Josana

We study the molecular mechanisms that underlie cell polarity using a combination of high-throughput protein interaction mapping approaches and in vivo studies using the model organism C. elegans....

Pohl, Christian

My lab's main focus is on embryonic morphogenesis. First, we try to elucidate the regulation of cytokinesis during embryogenesis with the aim to better understand cytokinesis' impact on morphogenetic processes. ...

Pintard, Lionel

Our lab is interested in understanding how the cell cycle is regulated during development....

Gotta, Monica

The interest of my lab is to dissect the molecular mechanisms underlying the process of asymmetric cell division. We study how polarity is established and maintained, how the mitotic spindle is properly formed and oriented and how these processes are coordinated with other events of the cell cycle....

Landmann, Frederic

We are interested in the symbiosis between Wolbachia endosymbionts and onchocercidae, a family of parasitic nematodes causing debilitating filariasis in tropical areas....

Swoboda, Peter

We are using a worm, the tiny soil nematode Caenorhabditis elegans, as a model system to study nervous system development per se and also as it relates to humans....

Goehring, Nathan

Pattern-forming systems provide essential spatial cues to guide the complex three dimensional puzzle that is organismal development. Work over the past decades has identified most of the key molecules involved, yet we are only beginning to understand how the collective activities of these molecules give rise to patterns at the cell and tissue scale....

Stetak, Attila

The main interest of our group is to identify molecules that are regulating neuronal plasticity during learning and memory. We specially focus our interest on molecules that are key modulators of the actin cytoskeleton structure....

van Zon, Jeroen

My research group uses a quantitative, physics-inspired approach to study problems in developmental biology, focusing on C. elegans. The aim of the research is to elucidate how living organisms build their bodies during development in a robust manner....

Bertrand, Vincent

In both vertebrates and invertebrates, postmitotic neurons are often generated by asymmetric divisions of neuronal progenitors such as neural stem cells. This general mechanism used to build the nervous system raises two important questions : how are these asymmetric divisions coordinated in space and how do the daughter cells acquire different fates....

Delattre, Marie

We are working on mechanisms of spindle positioning and spindle elongation using a combination of molecular, evolutionnary and biophysical approaches in worm embryos....

Boxem, Mike

We study the molecular mechanisms that underlie cell polarity using a combination of high-throughput protein interaction mapping approaches and in vivo studies using the model organism C. elegans....