• Triple-labeled immunofluorescence image of Rat Kidney cells.
    Triple-labeled immunofluorescence image of Rat Kidney cells.
  • A three day-old embryonic zebrafish heart.
    A three day-old embryonic zebrafish heart.
  • Immunofluorescent image of a single Chlamydomonas cell.
    Immunofluorescent image of a single Chlamydomonas cell.
  • Flattened left hemisphere of GAP-43 wildtype mouse cortex.
    Flattened left hemisphere of GAP-43 wildtype mouse cortex.
  • The head of a Caenorhabditis elegans adult worm.
    The head of a Caenorhabditis elegans adult worm.
  • The dorsal hindlimbs of Japanese quail embryos.
    The dorsal hindlimbs of Japanese quail embryos.

Cell and Developmental Biology

Joseph W. Sanger, Ph.D.
Joseph W. Sanger, PhD
Chair

Our research explores the molecular and biochemical mechanisms of cellular function and development. Students and faculty use a variety of research methods including sophisticated light microscopy, electron microscopy, tissue culture, stereotactic surgery, flow cytometry and a complete range of molecular and biochemical techniques.

Our educational programs serve both the medical educational curriculum for the medical degree, and graduate education leading to a doctoral degree in Cell and Developmental Biology. With our strong relationship with other departments within the medical school, and with Syracuse UniversityExternal Icon, we offer a wide range of educational and research opportunities to fit student research interests.

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Cell and Developmental Biology
Weiskotten Hall
Rm. 1135,
766 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210
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Phone: 315 464-5120
Name: Joseph W Sanger, PhD, Chair
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