4/07/2014 Peter Durantine

Lecture Tuesday: Illuminating the Embryo: Novel Mechanisms of Cell Signaling during Development

  • images-departments-biology-flu3c-gif
All are invited as Tim Sanders '94, assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine presents a research seminar, "Illuminating the Embryo: Novel Mechanisms of Cell Signaling during Development," during the Free Hour Biology Seminar Series, in LSP14, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:35 p.m., Tuesday, April 8. 
 

From the description of Tim's recent Mellon Fellowship:

Dr. Sanders is a neonatologist who conducts research on the control of neural and limb development, having worked on molecular mechanisms of signaling and patterning within the vertebrate limb. One of the technologically advanced tools Dr. Sanders uses to study development is high-end cell imaging using real-time video-microscopy that can visualize organ development as it happens. Dr. Sanders graduated from Franklin and Marshall College and received his medical degree from Weill Medical College of Cornell University and doctoral degree from the University of Chicago. 
-- 
Clara S. Moore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology
Story 9/15/2016

Join the Asian Cultural Society's 8th Annual Moon Festival

The Asian Cultural Society celebrates their 8th Annual Moon Festival at 6 p.m. Sunday in the atrium...

Read More
Story 9/12/2016

Welcome Matthew Pisarcik '16 to Annual Giving

Matthew Pisarcik ’16 has joined College Advancement  in the role of alumni fellow for the office's...

Read More
Story 9/8/2016

Baby Banks Has Arrived

The Office of Communication's graphic designer, Dana Banks, and her husband, Kyle, share the news...

Read More