Kacy Gordon was recently featured in the Journal of Developmental Biology for the article Recent Advances in the Genetic, Anatomical, and Environmental Regulation of the C. elegans Germ Line Progenitor Zone. According to the abstract, “This review describes the recent progress that has been made in characterizing the undifferentiated germ cells and gonad anatomy, and presents open questions in the field and new directions for research to pursue.”
Kacy Gordon joined the UNC Department of Biology from a postdoctoral program at Duke University. Gordon attended graduate school in the Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago and obtained her undergraduate degree at Dartmouth.
The Journal of Developmental Biology “is a peer-reviewed open access journal on the development of multicellular organisms at the molecule, cell, tissue, organ and whole organism levels, and is published quarterly online by MDPI.”
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