How variable cells make reproducible organs in Arabidopsis -- Genetics Faculty Candidate Presentation by Adrienne Roeder
Auditorium Room 1111, 425 Henry Mall - Dr. Roeder has had a longstanding interest in combining biology with computation since she was an undergraduate student at Stanford
Monday, December 16, 2019
Dr. Roeder is now the Nancy M. and Samuel C. Fleming Term Associate Professor in the Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology and the School of Integrative Plant Science, Section of Plant Biology at Cornell University. Her laboratory uses molecular genetics, live imaging, image processing, and computational modeling to study how cell sizes and organ sizes and shapes are controlled in Arabidopsis.