February 3, 2021
12pm (noon) - 1pm
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D’Juan Tyree Farmer, PhD
University of Southern California
"Molecular and cellular control of skeletal progenitors in the vertebrate skull"
Proper organ formation requires the preservation of stem cells across embryonic and postnatal development. I study the vertebrate skull as a model to understand fundamental features of organogenesis. By integrating next-generation sequencing approaches with imaging and genetics in mouse and zebrafish to interrogate cranial suture development, I will share how my research is unraveling the molecular programs that control progenitors and skeletal stem cells as they meet the shifting needs of the growing calvarial bones.
Live virtual zoom – Seminar
Host: Dr. Alvaro Sagasti