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overview Dr. Kulesa is a quantitative developmental biologist. His expertise lies at the intersection between biology and mathematics. He collects multi-scale data and constructs models to explain complex biological phenomena such as collective cell migration —a process essential to development of the nervous system and disease. His research focuses on neural crest cell development and how mistakes in migration and patterning lead to human birth defects and disease. Neural crest cells are highly migratory embryonic cells in vertebrates —animals with backbones. Before joining Children’s Mercy, Dr. Kulesa was the founding Director of Imaging at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research. During his almost two decades at the Stowers Institute, he established an internationally recognized program in neural crest cell biology. While there, he trained students in techniques to study cell migration during vertebrate development, using neural crest and neural crest-derived cancer models. Following his work at the Stowers Institute, he was the Berthiaume Family Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Notre Dame

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Concept Developmental Biology
Concept Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental
Academic Article Comparative analysis of neural crest cell death, migration, and function during vertebrate embryogenesis.
Academic Article Developmental imaging: Insights into the avian embryo.
Academic Article Eph/ephrins and N-cadherin coordinate to control the pattern of sympathetic ganglia.
Academic Article From segment to somite: segmentation to epithelialization analyzed within quantitative frameworks.
Academic Article Melanoma revives an embryonic migration program to promote plasticity and invasion.
Academic Article Multiscale mechanisms of cell migration during development: theory and experiment.
Academic Article Gene profiling in the avian embryo using laser capture microdissection and RT-qPCR.
Academic Article The neural crest and cancer: a developmental spin on melanoma.
Academic Article Developmental imaging: the avian embryo hatches to the challenge.
Academic Article Neural crest migration is driven by a few trailblazer cells with a unique molecular signature narrowly confined to the invasive front.
Academic Article VEGF signals induce trailblazer cell identity that drives neural crest migration.
Academic Article TrkB/BDNF signalling patterns the sympathetic nervous system.
Academic Article Multidisciplinary approaches to understanding collective cell migration in developmental biology.
Academic Article Angiopoietin 2 signaling plays a critical role in neural crest cell migration.
Academic Article Resolving in vivo gene expression during collective cell migration using an integrated RNAscope, immunohistochemistry and tissue clearing method.
Academic Article Predicting neuroblastoma using developmental signals and a logic-based model.
Academic Article Manipulation of Developmental Function in Turtles with Notes on Alligators.
Academic Article In Ovo Electroporation of Plasmid DNA and Morpholinos into Specific Tissues During Early Embryogenesis.
Academic Article Correction to: Manipulation of Developmental Function in Turtles with Notes on Alligators.

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