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Guardia, Charly
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Cell Biology & Physiology

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Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Developmental Disorders, Disease, Metabolism, Microscopy/Imaging, Molecular Mechanisms of Disease, Physiology, Structural Biology

The human placenta is the first organ to develop after fertilization and is the least studied! We hope to change this by using a multidisciplinary approach. From iPSC-derived trophoblasts in culture to mouse models and human placenta tissue, the Placental Cell Biology Group at NIEHS answers fundamental questions about placenta cell and developmental biology. Our lab uses a range of microscopy (cryo-EM, fluorescence), recombinant protein production, and -omics techniques. The goal of our research is to understand how autophagy controls placenta development, differentiation, and function.

Soden, Gaby

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Biochemistry, Drug Discovery, Pharmacology

Sipko, Emily

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Biochemistry, Cell Signaling, Pharmacology

Puller, Gabby

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Bacteriology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology

McInnis, Liz

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Biochemistry, Immunology, Translational Medicine

Maurer, Olivia

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Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Structural Biology

Losay, Victor

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Biochemistry, Pharmacology

Kelestemur, Enes

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Biochemistry, Computational Biology, Systems Biology

Alcira, Britney

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Biochemistry, Cancer Biology

Adler, Vikki

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Biochemistry, Metabolism, Pharmacology