• Courtesy of Gary J. Bassell, PhD

  • Courtesy of Maureen A. Powers, PhD

  • Courtesy of Arthur W. English, PhD

  • Courtesy of H. Criss Hartzell, PhD

  • Courtesy of Kenneth H. Moberg, PhD

  • Courtesy of H. Criss Hartzell, PhD

  • Courtesy of Kenneth H. Moberg, PhD

Welcome

Dr. Gary Bassell I am delighted to have this opportunity to work with an outstanding group of faculty as we make new discoveries at the frontiers of cell biology, developmental biology, and neurobiology. We conduct basic biomedical and translational research with an emphasis on the study of diverse aspects of cellular dynamics in health, disease and therapeutic intervention using modern methods in microscopy and imaging. Our research employs multidisciplinary approaches with genetically tractable animal models and human patient cells.

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Our Department

In the News

Dr. Criss Hartzell named 2018 AAAS Fellow 

Bassell Lab Research is Highlighted in Spectrum News

Dr. Gary Bassell Publishes Paper in Neuropsychopharmacology and highlighted in EurekAlert

Dr. Victor Faundez Publishes Paper in Cell Systems and highlighted in The Scientist

Dr. Win Sale Publishes Paper in Molecular Biology of the Cell

Dr. Win Sale Publishes Paper in PLOS Genetics

Dr. Hyojung Choo Receives Woodruff Scholar Early Independence Award

Dr. Hyojung Choo Receives NIH Award

Dr. David J. Katz Publishes Paper in Nature Communications

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How You Can Help

As we enter a new era in cell biology, the need for philanthropy to fund research impacting clinical services is key to ensuring Emory University is at the forefront of the dramatic growth in basic biomedical and translational research. Our scientists conduct research studying diverse aspects of cellular dynamics in health, disease and therapeutic intervention.  The Department of Cell Biology is committed to ushering this new era of molecular and cellular medicine into Emory University School of Medicine and Emory Healthcare. Our research at the interface of cell biology, developmental biology and neurobiology will lead to new breakthroughs in preventative and therapeutic patient care. Explore ways you can help accelerate the promise by calling (404) 778-1250.

 

Ashley Michaud
Senior Director of Development, Discovery Programs and Partnerships
ashleymichaud@emory.edu