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Chee Kiang Ewe

Tel Aviv University

Chee Kiang (Ethan) Ewe received his BS(Hons) in Biomedical Science from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, in 2015. He earned his PhD at the University of California, Santa Barbara where he studied the regulatory logic governing developmental robustness and the molecular basis underlying variation in the endoderm gene regulatory network in C. elegans under the guidance of Dr. Joel Rothman. He is currently a Postdoctoral Researcher in Dr. Oded Rechavi’s lab at Tel Aviv University, studying the molecular basis of epigenetic inheritance.

Chee Kiang Ewe has added 10 preLight posts

Restructuring of an asymmetric neural circuit during associative learning

Leo T.H. Tang, Garrett A. Lee, Steven J. Cook, et al.



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Olfactory chemosensation extends lifespan through TGF-β signaling and UPR activation

Evandro A. De-Souza, Maximillian A. Thompson, Rebecca C. Taylor



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An intestinal sphingolipid promotes neuronal health across generations

Wenyue Wang, Tessa Sherry, Xinran Cheng, et al.



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The ELT-3 GATA factor specifies endoderm in Caenorhabditis angaria in an ancestral gene network

Gina Broitman-Maduro, Morris F. Maduro



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Maintenance of neurotransmitter identity by Hox proteins through a homeostatic mechanism

Weidong Feng, Honorine Destain, Jayson J Smith, et al.



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Increased gene dosage and mRNA expression from chromosomal duplications in C. elegans

Bhavana Ragipani, Sarah Elizabeth Albritton, Ana Karina Morao, et al.



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Developmentally programmed epigenome regulates cellular plasticity at the parental-to-zygote transition

Ryan J. Gleason, Christopher S. Semancik, Gitanjali Lakshminarayanan, et al.



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An effective workshop on “How to be an Effective Mentor for Underrepresented STEM Trainees”

Andrea G. Marshall, Caroline B. Palavicino-Maggio, Elsie Spencer, et al.



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Sex-specific topology of the nociceptive circuit shapes dimorphic behavior in C. elegans

Vladyslava Pechuk, Yehuda Salzberg, Gal Goldman, et al.



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piRNAs regulate a Hedgehog germline-to-soma pro-aging signal

Cheng Shi, Coleen T. Murphy



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