Profiles in "Developmental Biology" Expertise Area

  • Laubichler is a complex systems scientist, theoretical biologist and historian of science. He is director of the School of Complex Adaptive Systems and the Global Biosocial Complexity Initiative at ASU.
  • Maienschein explores the history and philosophy of development, genetics, and cell biology. They explore ways that biology, bioethics and bio-policy play out in society, with an emphasis on effective communication.
  • Jason Robert is Dean's Distinguished (Associate) Professor in the Life Sciences.
  • Rawls is an associate professor of genomics, evolution and bioinformatics in the School of Life Sciences and executive director of clinical partnerships in the Office of the University Provost.
  • Hackney received her PhD in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2008.
  • Dr. Newbern's research is centered on developmental neuroscience. His laboratory studies the biochemical mechanisms that direct the formation of the brain and spinal cord.
  • Capco is a cell biologist who studies how different types of cells in the human body relate to disease, illness, and birth defects.
  • Goldstein studies genes involved in developmental processes and in learning and memory. His focus is communication of this information and other educational material in molecular biology and molecular genetics.
  • Wilson-Rawls' research focuses on understanding the regulation of cell fate during development and regeneration with an emphasis on skeletal muscle stem cells and gametogenesis.