Developmental Biology Program
The Jennifer Zallen Lab
Tamada M, Shi J, Bourdot KS, Supriyatno S, Palmquist KH, Gutierrez-Ruiz OL, Zallen JA. Toll receptors remodel epithelia by directing planar-polarized Src and PI3K activity. Developmental Cell. 2021; S1534-5807(21)00321-X.
Jennifer A. Zallen, PhD
Member, Developmental Biology Program, SKI; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
- The Zallen laboratory focuses on the generation of tissue structure through the collective action of cell populations.
- PhD, University of California, San Francisco
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