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Class of 2005
Name
Pinto Teixeira, Filipe
Nationality
Portuguese
E-Mail
filipepts@gmail.com
1st Degree
Biology
About the PhD
Field of Research
Developmental Biology/Regeneration
Thesis Title
Development and functional regeneration of the zebrafish lateral line
Abstract
In a first line of investigation I explore the relation between an organ function and its architecture. The regeneration of hair cells in the zebrafish lateral line occurs trough the division of hair-cell progenitors at specific...
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Supervisor(s)
Hernán López--Schier
University
Pompeu Fabra- Barcelona
Laboratory
www.crg.es
City
Barcelona
Country
Spain
Date of Thesis Defence
2012-02-10
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
Postdoc at Prof. Desplan's Lab
Project
Processing of color information in the medulla part of the Drosophila optic lobes
Institution
NYU
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City
New York
Country
USA

Relevant Publications
Compartmentalized Notch signaling sustains epithelial mirror symmetry.

Wibowo I*, Pinto-Teixeira F*, Satou C, Higashijima S, López-Schier H.
* equal contribution
Development. 2011 Mar;138(6):1143-52.
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Publications
Dying to entrain: regulating ipRGC spacing.
Pinto-Teixeira F, Desplan C.
Dev Cell. 2013 Feb 25;24(4):338-40.
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Last Update
2013-04-26 18:17:50

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