Developmental Biology Program
The Kathryn Anderson Lab
It is with deepest sadness that we report the passing of Kathryn V. Anderson, PhD. Kathryn was a brilliant scientist, exceptional mentor, and wonderful colleague. We are devastated by her loss, but inspired by her immeasurable contributions to the Sloan Kettering Institute, and to the wider scientific community. We encourage you to please return here soon, as this website will be updated shortly with more information about the life and legacy of Dr. Anderson.
- New York Times Obituary
- British Society for Developmental Biology
- Nature Cell Biology
- Developmental Cell
- Society for Developmental Biology
The Anderson laboratory studies genetic pathways that direct embryonic patterning and morphogenesis in the mouse embryo. The goal of the Anderson lab is to define the genetic pathways and networks that control patterning and morphogenesis during mammalian development.
Hernández-Martínez R, Ramkumar N, Anderson KV. (2019) p120-catenin regulates WNT signaling and EMT in the mouse embryo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2019 Aug 20;116(34):16872-16881. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1902843116. PMID: 31371508
Bazzi, H., Soroka, E., Alcorn, H.L., and Anderson, K.V. (2017) STRIP1, a core component of STRIPAK complexes, is essential for normal mesoderm migration in the mouse embryo. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 114: E10928-E10936.
Ramkumar N, Omelchenko T, Silva-Gagliardi NF, McGlade CJ, Wijnholds J, Anderson KV. (2016) Crumbs2 promotes cell ingression during the epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition at gastrulation. Nat Cell Biol. 18: 1281-1291.
Kathryn V. Anderson, PhD
- The Anderson laboratory studies genetic pathways that direct embryonic patterning and morphogenesis in the mouse embryo.
- PhD, University of California, Los Angeles