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The Crump Lab is hiring

Dr. Gage Crump uses zebrafish to understand how the cartilages and bones of our faces are patterned during development. His lab is discovering the local tissue-tissue interactions that control skeletal differentiation and morphogenesis in vivo, and also exploring novel ways of regenerating bone in adults. If you are interested in studying some aspect of zebrafish head development or regeneration, please contact Dr. Crump directly at gcrump@usc.edu.

Mentioned in this article: Gage Crump, PhD