Cellular, Developmental and Molecular Biology

Research interests of the Cellular, Developmental, and Molecular Biology group in Biological Sciences include cellular neuroscience, developmental biology and genetics, immunology, microbiology, plant biotechnology, lipid transport, and cellular physiology in both plants and animals. There is close collaboration with faculty in the Departments of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry (MBB) and Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology (BPK), and the group holds a weekly journal club.

Group Members

Sherryl Bisgrove  (Plant Cell & Developmental Biology)  
Julian Christians (Physiology and Genetics)
Julian Guttman  (Cellular Microbiology)    
Norbert H. Haunerland  (Molecular Physiology)    
Harald Hutter  (Developmental Neurobiology)   
Carl Lowenberger  (Entomology & Parasitology)    
Jim Mattsson  (Plant Functional Genomics)    
Margo M. Moore  (Microbiology)    
Inigo Novales Flamarique (Neuroanatomy & Physiology)
Eirikur Palsson (Mathematical Biology)
Zamir K. Punja  (Plant Biotechnology)    
Gordon Rintoul  (Cellular Neurophysiology)    
Michael Silverman  (Cellular Neuroscience)

Centre for Cell Biology, Development and Disease [C2D2]

"Mammalian cells stained for actin [green], microtubules [red], and the nucleus [blue].  Silverman Lab"