Dr. Nevo's research focuses on how organisms build tissues during animal embryo development. Her work has focused on understanding the mechanisms regulating the interaction between cytoskeletal and adhesion molecules while shaping epithelial tissue architecture. During embryonic development, tissue establishment is made possible by cell shape changes and migration. Defects in these processes are the cause of disruption during developmental processes like neural tube closure, disfiguring skin diseases and congenital defects of the ear, vasculature and palate (ex: cleft palate).
Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 4:10pm to 5:00pmVirtual Event
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