Bloomington

Cell Signaling and Development

Many key developmental events are regulated by intercellular signaling molecules, often in the form of secreted proteins acting through cell surface receptors. Defective cell signaling is a major cause of many human cancers where overactive or unregulated signals lead to excessive cell proliferation and inappropriate cell survival. This group focuses on understanding mechanisms of cell-cell signaling and development in organisms ranging from plants through invertebrates to mammals.

IU School of Medicine Faculty Investigators

Brian R. Calvi, PhD

Brian R. Calvi, PhD

Adjunct Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics
Richard L. Carpenter, PhD

Richard L. Carpenter, PhD

Assistant Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
John G. Foley, PhD

John G. Foley, PhD

Associate Professor of Anatomy, Cell Biology & Physiology
Wayne C. Forrester, PhD

Wayne C. Forrester, PhD

Director of Genetics
Heather A. Hundley, PhD

Heather A. Hundley, PhD

Associate Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Anirban K. Mitra, PhD

Anirban K. Mitra, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics