The Bahmanyar lab is interested in mechanisms that drive organelle structure, identity, and dynamics. Our main aim is to understand how lipid metabolism is coupled to endoplasmic reticulum (ER) structure and dynamics, with a focus on the nuclear envelope subdomain of the ER. Other areas of interest include the role of nuclear lamins in nuclear dynamics during cell division, organismal development, and disease, and defining functions for inner nuclear membrane proteins in the organization of single cells and complex tissues. We use the nematode C. elegans and human tissue culture cells to address these questions. Our approaches include high resolution time lapse microscopy, genetics and in vivo biochemistry.
- NIH Director: We’d Probably Have An Ebola Vaccine If Not For Budget Cuts http://t.co/NUBeadxOOu via @HuffPostPol
- @GendronLab thanks for the awesome gift #clocks#worms http://t.co/PxEARjwiyZ
- Getting ready for our labWORMing party. Thank you so much @GendronLab!! #worms #newspace #ItsOctober3rd http://t.co/AW03jxUMZd
- Brian’s last day. Thanks for all the hard work this summer! http://t.co/OTUrDntSVm
- office and lab space ready #excited #productivity http://t.co/R2FbHm297Z
- welcome to Juli and Lauren who are rotating this session! also to new undergrad in the lab Amelia!
- @kwgano thanks! now we need results:)
- temp set up http://t.co/LTDcVTp3k0
- spinning disk is set to go! http://t.co/DGV4EWQn7y