Our faculty members’ research interests span the breadth of genetics, genomics, and developmental biology, using a wide variety of approaches and model systems.  Our faculty members are energetic and well-funded, and Cornell provides an outstanding environment for interdisciplinary and collaborative science by creating a low barrier for interactions between faculty labs and students.

GGD research labs can be loosely associated with the following research themes, but bear in mind that many labs can fit more than one of these themes because of their cross-disciplinary nature.

Research Areas

RNA in situ hybridization for Pitx2 in the chick embryo
John Lis lab
Membrane Trafficking
Live Drosophila larvae with two classes of dendritic arborization sensory neurons labeled by fluorescent markers (green and red).
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