Esposito, Michelle Marie
- Rutgers University, Ph.D. in Developmental Bio
- Drexel University, B.Sc. in Biology
- Extracellular leucine-rich repeat proteins are required to organize the apical extracellular matrix and maintain epithelial junction integrity in C. elegans. Mancuso VP, Parry JM, Storer L, Poggioli C, Nguyen KC, Hall DH, Sundaram MV. Development. 2012. 139(5):979-90
- EGG-4 and EGG-5 Link Events of the Oocyte-to-Embryo Transition with Meiotic Progression in C. elegans. Parry JM, Velarde NV, Lefkovith A, Zegarek MH, Hang JS, Ohm J, Klancer R, Maruyama R, Grant BD, Piano F, Singson A. Current Biology 2009 Nov. 3. 19 (20) 1752-1757
- EGG-3 regulates cell-surface and cortex rearrangements during egg activation in Caenorhabditis elegans. Maruyama R, Velarde NV, Klancer R, Gordon S, Kadandale P, Parry JM, Hang JS, Rubin J, Stewart-Michaelis A, Schweinsberg P, Grant BD, Piano F, Sugimoto A, Singson A. Current Biology. 2007 Sep 18;17(18):1555-60.
- EGG Molecules Couple the Oocyte-to-Embryo Transition with Cell Cycle Progression. Parry, JM. Singson, A. Cell Cycle in Development. (In Press). SpringerLink.
- Genes required for the common miracle of fertilization in Caenorhabditis elegans. Singson A, Hang JS, Parry JM. International Journal Developmental Biology. 2008;52(5-6):647-56.
- I use modern techniques in molecular genetics to study the formation of small biological tubes in the model organism C. elegans.
Service to the University:
- Student Advising
Why I love GCU:
- The wonderful students and faculty!