Kenneth H. Moberg, PhD
Department of Cell Biology
Office: 442 Whitehead Research Building
Phone: 404 727-3733
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Emory University - Department of Cell Biology
615 Michael St
Atlanta, GA 30322
My lab uses the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster to model fundamental aspects of metazoan development and disease, with a main focus on cancer cell biology and an emerging interest in development of the central nervous system.
We currently study (i) the roles of conserved growth regulatory proteins Archipelago/Fbw7, Crumbs/Crb3 and Taiman/AIB1 in the growth, morphogenesis, and motility of epithelial cells and (ii) the neurological role of the conserved poly(A) RNA binding protein dNab2/ZC3H14, which is mutated in a heritable form of autosomal recessive intellectual disability in humans.
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