Welcome to the Harrison lab!
Research in the Harrison lab focuses on how information encoded in the genome is differentially interpreted during organismal development. Specifically, we study the molecular mechanisms regulating gene expression and how changes in gene expression can drive cell identity. Because these processes are highly conserved amongst metazoans, we leverage the wide number of tools available to study this regulation in the Drosophila embryo. Current research in the laboratory is primarily directed at understanding the function of two essential transcriptional regulators: Zelda and Grainyhead.
We are looking for folks to join the lab! Check this out for more information: Postdoc Posting
This is an accordion element with a series of buttons that open and close related content panels.
Danielle dominates in her defense. Go Dr. Hamm! Congrats.
Katharine successfully defends her thesis. Congrats Dr. Schulz!
•Janssens, D. H., Hamm, D. C., Anhezini, L., Xiao, Q., Siller, K. H., Siegrist, S. E., Harrison, M.M., and Lee, C.-Y. (2017). An Hdac1/Rpd3-Poised Circuit Balances Continual Self-Renewal and Rapid Restriction of Developmental Potential during Asymmetric Stem Cell Division. Dev Cell. 40(4): 367–380.e7.