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The Sprinzak Lab

System developmental biology lab

Coordinating between neighboring cells

Research Interests

The development of a multicellular organism is a truly fantastic process. How genetically identical cells differentiate into distinct cell types in a precise and reproducible manner remains one of the most important questions in biology. The long term goal of the lab is to elucidate how the interplay between cell-cell signaling and cell mechanics gives rise to complex, yet precise, developmental patterns. In particular, we focus on developmental processes that require coordination between neighboring cells, such as patterning of hair cells in the inner ear. We combine quantitative live imaging of cells and tissues with mathematical modeling to address these questions.


Research projects

We are accepting applicants for PhD and postdoc

Precise patterning of the inner ear

Interplay between mechanics and signaling

Know thy neighbor

Biophysics of Notch Signaling

The right direction

Mechanisms of planar cell polarity

Contact Us

School of Neurobiology, Biochemistry & Biophysics

Sherman building, room 508

The George S. Wise faculty of life sciences

Tel Aviv University

Tel Aviv 69978

Office: +972-3-6405218 --- Lab: +972-3-6405699

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