Dr. Ken Cho has an AAAS Fellow award and a Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences.
Dr. Michael Parson’s lab created a method to ablate cells at will to study regeneration. This method has been used in over 2,300 publications to date.
Dr. Kavita Arora was a recipient of the Searle Scholar Award.
Dr. Scott Atwood discovered how basil carcinoma gains resistance to targeted therapy.
Leading the way to Discovery
Department of Developmental and Cell Biology (DCB)
The Department of Developmental and Cell Biology seeks discoveries that foster a better understanding of biological questions such as the origins of cancer development, cell repair and regrowth and developmental disorders. Our diverse groups of researchers expose students to everything from the basic biology of stem cells to central nervous system injury, diabetes and the use of stem cell-based screens to identify novel drugs targeting cell proliferation.
As outlined in the UCI Recruit job listing here: Applications are invited for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of Assistant Professor in the Department of Development and Cell Biology. We seek candidates with an interest...
Congratulations to Dr. Lee Bardwell, who has received a 2020 Inclusive Excellence Spirit Award! The award will be used to set up a seminar exchange involving UCI faculty and faculty of historically black colleges and...
Developmental and Cellular Biology Professor Christine Suetterlin is the Primary Investigator on a new R01 grant from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Together with Professor...
A world class faculty dedicated to advance knowledge about the body, diseases, drug design, vascular biology and more.
Exciting opportunities exist for BioSci majors interested in pursuing a degree in Developmental and Cell Biology or Genetics.
With 3 interdiscipline doctorate programs, Developmental and Cell Biology graduates will be prepared examine compelling biological questions.
Research at DCB
Christine Suetterlin, Ph.D.,
The Regulation of Golgi and Centrosome Dynamics in Mammalian Cells – We are interested in how organelles of the pericentriolar region communicate with each other. In mammalian cells, Golgi membranes are positioned in close proximity to the centrosome, the major microtubule organizing center of a cell. This specific localization is only seen during interphase as Golgi membranes are fragmented and dispersed throughout the cytosol during mitosis.
Jobs at UCIBioSci
Current job opportunities to work with the Department of Developmental and Cell Biology:
|Job Opportunity: Assistant Professor in Quantitative Cell Biology||2021-01-27T23:59|
|The Shi Lab has two new postdoc positions in cell biology and super-resolution microscopy||2021-05-04T12:00|