Parker Antin, PhD

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Professor of Cellullar and Molecular Medicine
Associate Dean for Research, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
(520) 626-6382

The Antin Lab focuses on understanding the molecular regulation of early developmental processes in vertebrate embryos, primarily the chicken embryo as a model organism. Present projects are focused on mechanisms regulating epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) during gastrulation, endothelial cell development, cardiac myogenesis, and developing genomic and computational tools. The lab hosts the GEISHA high throughput in situ hybridization gene expression project.