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Growth control pathways, epithelial polarity, and cancer
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Daniel St Johnston Ph.D., FRS , FMedSci, (Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge) is Director of the Gurdon Institute and Professor of Developmental Genetics in the University of Cambridge. He studies pattern formation in embryogenesis, in particular how cells become polarised and how this polarity directs their organisation and behaviour in vivo.
This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Summer School 2012 series.
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