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Editors in Chief
Name (Term) Affiliation Areas of Expertise
John C. Gerhart (2008- ) University of California, Berkeley Early vertebrate development, Evo-devo of deuterostomes
Alexandra L. Joyner (2013- ) Sloan-Kettering Institute Neurodevelopment, in vivo stem cells, organogenesis, mouse genetics
Eric F. Wieschaus (2008- ) Princeton University Genetics, cell signaling, pattern formation, biophysical approaches

 

Previous Editor in Chief
Gail R. Martin (2008-2012) University of California, San Francisco

Associate Editors
Name (Term) Affiliation Areas of Expertise
Richard Harland (2010 - ) University of California, Berkeley Xenopus embryology, early development, signaling pathways, neural induction, D/V and A/P patterning
Oliver Hobert (2012 - ) Columbia University Neurogenetics, neurodevelopment, transcriptional control of development
Jane E. Johnson (2013 - ) University of Texas Southwestern Neurodevelopment, transcriptional control of development, mouse genetics
Mike Levine (2009 - ) Princeton University Gene Expression and Transcriptional Hierarchies
Nipam Patel (2015 - ) University of California, Berkeley Evolution of development, new and emerging systems, early axis formation and segmentation
Norbert Perrimon (2009 - ) Harvard Medical School Drosophila, lineage analysis, signal transduction, genetic analysis, stem cells, organ communication
Jonathan Slack (2009 - ) University of Minnesota Regeneration, stem cells, metaplasia, organogenesis, models
Xin Sun (2018 - ) University of California, San Diego Vertebrate Organogenesis
Paul A. Trainor (2009 - ) Stowers Institute for Medical Research Etiology and pathogenesis of birth defects as well as juvenile and adult disorders and diseases
James M. Wells (2017 - ) Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Stem Cell Biology

 

Previous Associate Editors
Richard R. Behringer (2010 - 2016) University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Comparative Development and Evolution
Blanche Capel (2014 -2017) Duke University Medical Center Vertebrate Organogenesis
Brigid L.M. Hogan (2009 - 2014) Duke University Medical Center Vertebrate Organogenesis
Alexandra L. Joyner (2010 - 2012) Sloan-Kettering Institute Nervous System Development
Susan Mango (2010 - 2012) Harvard University Invertebrate Organogenesis
Roel Nusse (2009 - 2014) Stanford University Signaling Pathways *
Scott Poethig (2009 - 2014) University of Pennsylvania Plant Development *
Allan Spradling (2009 - 2014) Carnegie Institution Adult Stem Cells, Tissue Renewal, and Regeneration

* These will be covered in other sections, where applicable.

Managing Editor
Jasna Markovac (2008 - )  Department of Biology and Biological Engineering, California Institute of Technology

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