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Wylie Heasman Lab (Retired)

Research Interests

Wnt pathways & signaling; embryo formation; cell patterning & cell migration, bladder formation.

Research Area

The Wylie/Heasman lab was large and diverse. They studied the fundamental mechanisms of normal development, using mouse and frog (Xenopus laevis) embryos as a model systems. They also had several translational projects in the lab, collaborating with clinical and bio-engineering colleagues, identifing many fundamental aspects of tissue growth and differentiation used to address clinical problems. Janet retired in 2011 and Chris retired in 2013.

Current Members

Wylie, Chris (Principal Investigator/Director)



Institution: Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Professor of Neurobiology & Anatomy and Internal Medicine
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah