We study the mechanisms mediating formation and maintenance of cell polarity. The main focus of the lab are several aspects of permanent and transient cell polarization that include cell division, cell migration and invasion as well as epithelial tissue morphogenesis. This means that our research is very interdisciplinary. We use experimental approaches that vary between structural and molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry, electron and fluorescent microscopy and genetics. My lab's motto is to learn and use any available techniques or approaches that are needed to solve biological riddle. As the result, we also use several different experimental model systems: 2D and 3D cell culture as well as mice and zebrafish animal models.

For post-doc and graduate student positions contact the lab at rytis.prekeris@ucdenver.edu!

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Erik's Thesis Defense
(Followed by celebration. Location TBD) 
October 29th, 2020
ASCB Meeting 
December, 2020


Welcome Huxley Hoffman, new postdoc in the lab!

Congratulations to Ezra Lencer for getting his F32 funded!

Congratulations to Eric Peterman with successfully defending his PhD. Great job and good luck Dr. Peterman!

Congratulations to Julia Ceglowski with winning poster award at Cancer Biology Program Retreat (even is Julia is member of Molecular Biology Grad Program)!

Congratulations to Emily Duncan and Cayla Jewett for receiving ASCB Travel Awards as well as being selected to give talks!

Congratulations to Eric Peterman with publications of first actor paper "The post-abscission midbody is an intracellular signaling organelle that regulates cell proliferation" at Nature Communications!

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

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