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The division supports research to understand the structure and function of cells and cellular components and the cellular and molecular mechanisms that underlie inheritance, gene expression, and development. In most cases, research whose overall goal is to gain knowledge about a specific organ or organ system or the pathophysiology, treatment, or cure of a specific disease or condition is not supported by GMCDB.
Research areas NIGMS supports within this division and contact names are listed on the Contacts by Research Area page. For a list of all GMCDB staff and links to their biographical sketches, see the Division Staff Contacts page.
The division consists of three branches:
This branch supports studies on the molecular basis of cellular function in a wide range of cell types and model systems. Research topics include:
This branch supports studies on the genetic and biochemical pathways that cells utilize in development and in normal physiological processes. Research topics include:
This branch supports studies on the mechanism and regulation of basic molecular processes and the interactions among these processes. Research topics include:
Along with its research and research training activities, the division supports the NIGMS Human Genetic Cell Repository, which maintains and distributes to research scientists cell lines and DNA samples from people with and without genetic disorders.
For more information, contact:
Dr. Dorit Zuk
Director, Division of Genetics and Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
National Institutes of Health
45 Center Drive MSC 6200
Bethesda, MD 20892-6200
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9/20/2018 9:34 AM
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