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Sundar Naganathan

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

I am a HFSP postdoctoral fellow with Prof. Andrew Oates at EPFL, Lausanne and I did my PhD with Prof. Stephan Grill at MPI-CBG, Dresden. My major research interest is in understanding biophysical mechanisms by which (a)symmetries are established in the three principal body axes of embryos. I have extensive experience in working with both C. elegans and zebrafish model systems and my expertise lies in performing advanced microscopy and developing custom image analysis algorithms.

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Physical constraints on early blastomere packings

James Giammona, Otger Campàs



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Self-organised symmetry breaking in zebrafish reveals feedback from morphogenesis to pattern formation

Vikas Trivedi, Timothy Fulton, Andrea Attardi, et al.



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Embryonic geometry underlies phenotypic variation in decanalized conditions

A. Huang, T. E. Saunders



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Planar differential growth rates determine the position of folds in complex epithelia

Melda Tozluoğlu, Maria Duda, Natalie J Kirkland, et al.

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Buckling of epithelium growing under spherical confinement

Anastasiya Trushko, Ilaria Di Meglio, Aziza Merzouki, et al.



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Force inference predicts local and tissue-scale stress patterns in epithelia

Weiyuan Kong, Olivier Loison, Pruthvi Chavadimane Shivakumar, et al.



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Transcriptional initiation and mechanically driven self-propagation of a tissue contractile wave during axis elongation

Anais Bailles, Claudio Collinet, Jean-Marc Philippe, et al.



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3D Tissue elongation via ECM stiffness-cued junctional remodeling

Dong-Yuan Chen, Justin Crest, Sebastian J Streichan, et al.



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Excitable RhoA dynamics drive pulsed contractions in the early C. elegans embryo.

Jonathan B Michaux, Francois B Robin, William M McFadden, et al.



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WNT signaling memory is required for ACTIVIN to function as a morphogen in human gastruloids

Anna Yoney, Fred Etoc, Albert Ruzo, et al.



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