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Genetics and Development Biology Center

The Genetics and Developmental Biology Center (GDBC) is dedicated to investigating the roles of genes and gene networks in a variety of biological processes related to organismal development and the maintenance of homeostasis. In addition, there is a significant emphasis on understanding the molecular mechanisms by which these cellular regulatory components are disrupted to cause disease, and how they can be manipulated to develop new gene-based and other therapies. GDBC investigators make use of a variety of approaches to answer these questions, including model genetic systems like Drosophila, fluorescent imaging, and genomic technologies.



Our Center

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Robert S. Adelstein
Senior Investigator
Genetics and Development Biology Center


P: +1 301 496 1865
F: +1 301 402 1542
adelster@nhlbi.nih.gov

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Jay H. Chung
Senior Investigator
Genetics and Development Biology Center


P: +1 301 496 3075
F: +1 301 496 9985
chungj@nhlbi.nih.gov

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Robert M. Kotin
Senior Investigator
Genetics and Development Biology Center


P: +1 301 496 1594
F: +1 301 496 9985
kotinr@nhlbi.nih.gov

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Yoh-suke Mukouyama
Investigator
Genetics and Development Biology Center


P: +1 301 451 1663
mukoyamay@mail.nih.gov


Last Updated: December 14, 2012

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