Ph.D. 2011, Wesleyan University
My research explores the developmental mechanisms of morphological evolution. I combine molecular techniques with methods from classic embryology to address how parts of the vertebrate skeleton acquire their particular shapes. I have recently been using the toes of birds as a model to address how joints and cartilage interact during development to establish the relative size of each skeletal element.
|Recent Publications | Graduate Students | Courses|
- Atypical molecular profile for joint development in the avian costal joint. Winslow, B., Burke, A. 2010. Developmental Dynamics. Oct: 239(10): 2547-57.
- Global patterning of the vertebrate mesoderm. Winslow, B., Takimoto-Kimura R., Burke A. 2007. Developmental Dynamics. Sep; 236(9): 2371-81
Courses Dr. Winslow Include:
- General Biology I (BIO101)
- General Biology II (BIO 102)
- Molecular Biology (BIO427/527)
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