Fitch Lab
Research

Current research projects include:

  • Rhabditidae Systematics:  determining the relationships among different species of family Rhabditidae.
    (Initial work supported by an NYU Research Challenge award.)
     
  • Evolution of Rhabditidae:  tracing the evolution of male tail form, male copulatory behavior, and other aspects of rhabditid biology.
    (Initial work supported by an NYU Whitehead Fellowship.)
     
  • Male Tail Morphogenesis:  uncovering the genetic components and mechanisms controlling male tail tip morphogenesis in C. elegans.
    (Supported by NSF grant IBN-9506844.)

 

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