Wylie Heasman Lab (Retired)
Research InterestsWnt pathways & signaling; embryo formation; cell patterning & cell migration, bladder formation.
Research AreaThe 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 MembersWylie, Chris (Principal Investigator/Director)
ContactInstitution: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Address:
Professor of Neurobiology & Anatomy and Internal Medicine
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah