The Cell, Developmental and Organismal Physiology research interest group at Kennesaw State University (KSU) addresses questions in cell biogenesis and maintenance, and how cellular and molecular processes are integrated at the organismal level. Topics studied include migration, cell-cell interactions and differentiation pathways underlying development and aging of tissues and organs, stress physiology, and understanding links between form and function. We apply experimental genetics using cell culture, the mouse, C. elegans, and Drosophila models.

Faculty Who Specialize In This Research

  • Assistant Professor of Biology
    (470) 578-3275
    SC 336

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  • Associate Professor of Developmental Biology
    (470) 578-4919
    SL 4004

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  • Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology
    (470) 578-4998
    SL 4003

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  • Interim Associate Vice President for Innovation and Commercialization, Director of Intellectual Property Development and Associate Professor of Microbiology
    (470) 578-5115
    SC 519

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  • Assistant Professor of Microbiology
    (470) 578-2653
    SL 4008

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  • Interim Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies and Professor of Biology
    (470) 578-7558
    SL 4002

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  • Professor of Biology
    (470) 568-3071
    SL 5060

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  • Associate Vice President for Research and Professor of Biology
    (470) 578-7777
    SL 4006

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