Graduate Students Farkas and Freitas Publish in Development
Congratulations to two of our Graduate Students Johanna Farkas and Polina Freitas who are co-first authors for a recent publication in Development–Neuregulin-1 signaling is essential for nerve-dependent axolotl limb regeneration!
The axolotl salamander can grow new limbs and parts of its spinal cord. Photo by Thinkstock.
Image and description from News@Northeastern article on December 21, 2012 by Angela Herring The Salamander King
Research is a big focus at Northeastern and certainly a primary focus in our Biology Graduate Programs. Our students receive training to excel in their future careers by publishing and presenting their research. Faculty advisors guide the students to be successful researchers and mentor students to build successful careers in both academia and industry.
Please read the recently published research of two of our current Doctoral Program Students, Johanna Farkas and Polina Freitas! http://dev.biologists.org/content/early/2016/06/10/dev.133363
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