Gregory Rogers - Associate Professor
The Rodgers lab is interested in: I. Regulation of Centriole Duplication, particularly dissecting the role that Polo-like kinase 4 (Plk4), the conserved master-initiator of centriole assembly, plays in the duplication process. II. Nuclear Organization During Interphase. In collaboration with Dr. Gio Bosco (Dartmouth), we are interested in understanding the regulation and physiological significance of interphase nuclear organization, particularly at the level of chromatin compaction.