Yamanaka Lab

 
 

Epithelium is a fundamental tissue structure for organisms. It plays essential roles in animal development and homeostasis.   Our laboratory is interested in epithelial morphogenesis and homeostasis in reproduction, development and cancer. We use mouse embryos, embryonic stem cells and female reproductive tracts to study lineage specification, pluripotency and ovarian cancer tumorigenesis.

Epithelial Homeostasis

in Reproduction, Development and Cancer


 

Yojiro Yamanaka Ph.D


Associate Professor

Goodman Cancer Research Centre

Dept. of Human Genetics

McGill University


Tel: -1-514-398-8776

email: yojiro.yamanaka”at”mcgill.ca

1160 Pine Avenue West, rm419

Montreal, Quebec H3A1A3

CANADA

Montreal Area Developmental Biologists (MAD)

Dept. of 
Human Genetics
http://www.mcgill.ca/humangenetics/

last updated Oct. 2016

Internalization of outer apolar cells in the 16-cell mouse embryo

(Anani et al. 2014, Development)

Haladner Memorial Foundation