The Basic Sciences Division hosts a weekly Current Biology Seminar series where leading-edge researchers are invited from around the world to share their latest scientific breakthroughs. Lectures are typically every Tuesday and are held as virtual events.
Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalez, Ph.D.
University of Toronto
Canada Research Chair in Quantitative Cell Biology and Morphogenesis
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Department of Cell and Systems Biology
Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research
The Fernandez-Gonzalez Lab uses a combination of bioengineering, molecular and cell biological tools in the fruit fly embryo to determine the mechanisms that integrate the behaviours of multiple cells to generate specific changes in tissue organization. The lab investigates the molecular and cellular mechanisms of collective cell movements during a variety of processes using a three-pronged approach.
Collective cell movements: cellular and molecular dynamics at the leading edge
Meeting ID: 879 2931 8013