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Lab Institution Research Interests
Walentek Lab University of Freiburg, Germany Mucociliary development, regeneration and disease.
Wallingford Lab University of Texas at Austin Morphogenesis, developmental control of cell behavior and cell shape
Walter Lab Harvard Medical School
Ware Lab Indiana University Genetic and molecular basis of abnormal cardiac structure and function.
Wasserman Lab Loyola University Chicago Xenopus Oocyte physiology
Watson Lab Washington and Lee Unversity
Weber Lab University of Indianapolis
Wedlich Lab University of Karlsruhe
Weeks Laboratory University of Iowa Control of Development and Differentiation
Wei Lab University of Delaware Metalloproteinases; neural crest
Weinstein Lab Queens College, CUNY
Wells Lab Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Wessely Lab Cleveland Clinic Pronephros Development and Polycystic Kidney Disease
Wheeler Lab University of East Anglia Wnt signalling and cell adhesion
Whitman Lab Harvard University TGFß signaling in development and disease
Wiechmann Lab University of Oklahoma HSC
Wilkinson Neural Development Laboratory The Francis Crick Institute
Wills Lab University of Washington Molecular basis of cell fate determination in regeneration and embryogenesis
Wilson Lab Columbia University
Wilson Lab The Johns Hopkins University
Winklbauer Lab University of Toronto
Woodland Lab (retired) University of Warwick Endodermal and germ cell development
Wormington Lab University of Virginia Translational regulation:miRNA processing and RISC function during Xenopus oogenesis & embryogenesis
Wozniak Lab University of Alberta
Wright Lab Vanderbilt University
Wylie Heasman Lab (Retired) Cincinnati Children's Hospital Wnt pathways & signaling; embryo formation; cell patterning & cell migration, bladder formation.
Wühr Lab Princeton University

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