Mission Statement

The mission of the NCSU cluster in Quantitative and Computational Developmental Biology is to address fundamental questions in animal and plant development through interdisciplinary collaborations between biologists, physicists, mathematicians, engineers and other researchers. The cluster also facilitates training in quantitative and computational approaches to cellular and developmental biology research, and promotes awareness of the cutting edge science and scientists in this emerging field.

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Recent Publications

Mustamin, Y, Akyol, TY, Gordon, M, Manggabarani, AM, Isomura, Y, Kawamura, Y, Bamba, M, Williams, C, Andersen, SU, Sato, S et al. (2022). FER and LecRK show haplotype-dependent cold-responsiveness and mediate freezing tolerance in Lotus japonicus. Plant Physiol , . PubMed PMID:36448631.

Bellingham-Johnstun, K, Commer, B, Levesque, B, Tyree, ZL, Laplante, C (2022). Imp2p forms actin-dependent clusters and imparts stiffness to the contractile ring. Mol Biol Cell 33, ar145. PubMed PMID:36287824.

Van den Broeck, L, Schwartz, MF, Krishnamoorthy, S, Tahir, MA, Spurney, RJ, Madison, I, Melvin, C, Gobble, M, Nguyen, T, Peters, R et al. (2022). Establishing a reproducible approach to study cellular functions of plant cells with 3D bioprinting. Sci Adv 8, eabp9906. PubMed PMID:36240264.

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QCDB Seminar, Jakub Sedzinski on May 9th, 2022

Special seminar on “Mechanics of cell integration in vivo” by Dr. Jakub Sedzinski from The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Stem Cell Research and Developmental …
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