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Welcome to the Department of Cell Biology
at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Peter N. Devreotes, Ph.D.
Learning to Understand
Cellular and Multi-Cellular Behavior
Learning How Tubular Organs Form
Deborah Andrew, Ph.D.
Baltimore Waterfront
at Fell's Point
Erika Matunis, Ph.D.
Douglas Robinson, Ph.D.
Fitting the Pieces of Cell Division Together
Susan Michaelis, Ph.D.
Peter Espenshade, Ph.D.
Hiromi Sesaki, Ph.D.
Miho Iijima, Ph.D.
Baltimore Inner Harbor
Andrew Ewald, Ph.D.
Kathy Wilson, Ph.D.
Takanari Inoue, Ph.D.
Scot Kuo, Ph.D.

Upcoming Events

Seminars and events. Know what's coming.

See what's coming

Ewald Lab Happy Hour
4:30pm to 6:00pm
WBSB 107
Wilson/Yang Lab Happy Hour
4:30pm to 6:00pm
107 WBSB
Matunis Lab Happy Hour
WBSB 107
Lewis Talks
Bodian Conference Center, 1830 Bldg., Suite 2-200

Recent Publications

Our latest research and discoveries.


Devreotes, P.N. and Horwitz, A.R. Signaling networks that regulate cell migration. In: Cantley, L.C., Hunter, T., Sever, R., Thorner, J. (Eds). 2014.  Signal Transduction.  Principles, Pathways and Processes. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press. Cold Spring Harbor, New York: pp. 183-198.
Chung, SY, Hanlon CD and Andrew, DJ. (2014) Building and specializing epithelial tubular organs: the Drosophila salivary gland as a model system for revealing how epithelial organs are specified, form and specialize. WIREs Dev Biol 2014.  doi:10-1002/wdev.140 In press.  
Chung, S.-Y. and Andrew, D.J. (2014) Cadherin 99C regulates apical expansion and cell rearrangement during epithelial tube elongation.  Development. 2014 May;141(9):1950-60. doi: 10.1242/dev.104166. Epub 2014 Apr 9.PMID: 24718992.