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Slide 1: Tarsal depressor MN dendrites
Slide 2: Series of embryos with Hox-Exd binding sites successively mutated in a reporter gene
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Slide 4: bithorax fly; photo credit: Nicolas Gompel
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Slide 8: Stochastic flybow labeling of individual neuropil glia
Slide 9: Human towers of Catalonia by David Oliete
Slide 10: A fly leg imaginal disc
Slide 11: Four x-ray structures of AbdB-Exd bound to four different binding sites
Slide 12: Single serotonergic neurons in the fly VNC
Slide 13: bithorax fly side view; photo by Nicolas Gompel
Active Research Projects
The Control of Transcription Factor Specificity and Activity
We study how transcription factors bind to the correct DNA sequences and regulate the correct target genes in vivo, with a focus on the Hox family of homeodomain proteins.
Motor Neuron Development and Circuitry
We are studying how the neural circuitry that is required for coordinated walking in adult flies is constructed during development, and how it functions in the adult.
Transcription factor paralogs orchestrate alternative gene regulatory networks by context dependent cooperation with multiple cofactors
Ross Munce is awarded an F31 grant from the NIH
Congratulations to Ross on getting this award!!!
Sumaira Zamurrad is Highlighted in Brain Initiative Blog
Sumaira Zamurrad, a recipient of an F32 award from The Brain Initiative, has now been highlighted in the Brain Initiative Blog!
Two papers by Siqian Feng
Here is a very brief summary of two recent papers, published by Siqian Feng.