Imaging de novo basement membrane gap formation during C. elegans uterine vulval attachment

The Matus lab is interested in understanding how cells execute morphogenetic behaviors during development and how these behaviors evolve between species. We use the nematode, Caenorhabditis elegans and other rhabditid nematodes to examine uterine-vulval attachment during larval development.

If you’re in the area, feel free to pay us a visit in the Life Sciences Building in the Biochemistry and Cell Biology Department at Stony Brook University.  We are currently hoping to recruit a post-doctoral researcher; interested potential graduate students and post-docs should send us an email.

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