Andrew Bendall

Dr. Andrew Bendall

Program(s)

Molecular and Cellular Biology

About My Research...

“My group uses in vivo and in vitro models to ask how transcriptional regulators of the Dlx gene family influence cellular differentiation in the skeleton and craniofacial tissue patterning during vertebrate embryogenesis. We are also interested in how changes within this gene family have influenced animal form over the course of vertebrate evolution.”

Email: 
abendall@uoguelph.ca
Summary: 

My group uses in vivo and in vitro models to ask how transcriptional regulators of the Dlx gene family influence cellular differentiation in the skeleton and craniofacial tissue patterning during vertebrate embryogenesis...