Dr Eames was awarded a CIHR New Investigator Salary Award, CIHR operating grant, and NSERC Discovery Grant

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The Eames lab recently published in Frontiers in Genetics, Journal of Dental Research, and Tissue Engineering

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The Eames lab is an interdisciplinary group of evolutionary and developmental biologists and tissue engineers

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Dr Eames was awarded a CIHR New Investigator Salary Award, CIHR operating grant, and NSERC Discovery Grant

LEARN MORE ABOUT PROJECTS & FUNDING

The Eames lab recently published in Frontiers in Genetics, Journal of Dental Research, and Tissue Engineering

SEE MORE PUBLICATIONS

The Eames lab is an interdisciplinary group of evolutionary and developmental biologists and tissue engineers

MEET OUR CURRENT TEAM

LAB OVERVIEW

 

The Eames lab uses molecular genetics and advanced imaging techniques to understand how skeletal tissues develop and evolve. A general focus of the lab is on skeletal cell differentiation. What are the external signals that direct undifferentiated cells to turn into bone or cartilage cells? How are these signals interpreted by cells to activate pathways of differentiation? On the one hand, the Eames lab is interested in applying answers to these questions to such debilitating diseases as osteoarthritis. On the other hand (and these hands know each other), the Eames lab is interested to know how these same answers vary among chordate clades.

 

LAB OVERVIEW

The Eames lab uses molecular genetics and advanced imaging techniques to understand how skeletal tissues develop and evolve. A general focus of the lab is on skeletal cell differentiation. What are the external signals that direct undierentiated cells to turn into bone or cartilage cells? How are these signals interpreted by cells to activate pathways of dierentiation? On the one hand, the Eames lab is interested in applying answers to these questions to such debilitating diseases as osteoarthritis. On the other hand (and these hands know each other), the Eames lab is interested to know how these same answers vary among chordate clades.

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POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Now accepting applications from team-playing undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and research assistants.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Now accepting applications from team-playing undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and research assistants.

Dept. Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology,
107 Wiggins Rd,
Saskatoon, SK, Canada, S7N 5E5

Office: 3D01.18 HSC, (306)966-6534
Lab: B314 HSC, (306)966-4087