The article “Transcriptome analysis of Drosophila CNS midline cells reveals diverse peptidergic properties and a role for castor in neuronal differentiation” by Joe Fontana and Stephen Crews was published in Developmental Biology and was selected as the cover article. This … Read more
Author Archives: Stephen Crews
The article “Formation and specification of a Drosophila dopaminergic precursor cell” by Joseph Watson and Stephen Crews was published in Development.
The article “Drosophila melanogaster Zelda and Single-minded collaborate to regulate an evolutionarily dynamic CNS midline cell enhancer” by Pearson et al. was published in Developmental Biology. Authors are Joe Pearson, Joseph Watson, and Stephen Crews.
Alexandra “Tally” Balaban joined the lab as a research technician. Tally graduated from Duke University with a BS in Mathematics and Computational Biology.
The article “Time-lapse imaging reveals stereotypical patterns of Drosophila midline glial migration” was published in Developmental Biology. Authors are Scott Wheeler, Joe Pearson, and Stephen Crews.
Stephanie Stagg, former graduate student, begins postdoctoral research in Rebecca Yang’s lab at Duke University. Dr. Yang’s lab studies the neurobiology of Drosophila decision-making.
The article “Molecular and functional analysis of Drosophila single-minded larval central brain expression” by Freer et al. was published in Gene Expression Patterns. Stephanie Freer and Daniel Lau are co-first authors.
The lab was awarded an NIH/NINDS R01 grant “Molecular Genetics of Midline Glial Development” to run from 2011-2016.
The article “Dual role for Drosophila lethal of scute in CNS midline precursor formation and dopaminergic neuron and motoneuron cell fate” by Stagg et al. was published in Development.
Joseph Watson was awarded an NIH postdoctoral fellowship (NRSA). Congratulations to Joseph.