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overview My research program at the University of Chicago focuses on vertebrate axial regionalization during development using the zebrafish as a model. My group takes a variety of molecular, cellular and genetic approaches to these studies, and we have made important contributions to a variety of research areas, including the understanding of Hox gene regulation of hindbrain patterning, evolution of duplicated genes and genomes in the vertebrates, and patterning of endoderm-derived tissues. Active areas of research in my lab include continuing studies of hindbrain patterning, with an emphasis on understanding neuronal and neural crest migration.

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