I recently completed my PhD from Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz lab at the University of Cambridge, during which I studied the mechanisms leading to cell polarity establishment in the early mouse embryo and its temporal regulation. I am fascinated by the classical developmental biology questions but mostly interested in using modern techniques to address these questions. Additionally, I am a big fan of synthetic biology and constantly keeping my eyes on exciting new papers in this field.
Species-specific mitochondria dynamics and metabolism regulate the timing of neuronal development
The context-dependent, combinatorial logic of BMP signaling