RESEARCH

We study fundamental principles that regulate phenotypic, metabolic, and morphogenetic processes in early embryonic patterning; and, the causal mechanisms when these dynamic processes go awry. By combining studies involving the mouse and human embryos, and their in vitro 3D stem cell models, our laboratory investigates the molecular landscape that directs differentiation and developmental programming in health and disease.

 

 

 Modelling mammalian development  

  

 Developmental programming 

  

 Linking metabolism to patterning 

  

                                                                                  The Sozen lab is supported by the following funding:

 

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If you are interested in joining our team in the beautiful Yale Campus, get in touch : berna.sozen@yale.edu