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Carnegie's Department of Embryology has become recognized worldwide as one of the premier research centers in cellular, developmental and genetic biology. The department has a unique atmosphere and research style that have allowed a small enterprise to have a disproportionately large impact on science. We revere this atmosphere as the source of our inspiration and strive to further improve it as the department evolves within the current milieu of intensive activity, investment and opportunity in the biological sciences.

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Jumping genes threaten egg cell quality; understanding their activity has implications for fertility and health of future generations.

Baltimore, MD— A woman’s supply of eggs is finite, so it is crucial that the quality of their genetic material is ensured. New work from Carnegie’s Marla Tharp, Safia Malki, and Alex Bortvin elucidates a mechanism by which, even before birth, the body...
Carnegie Embryology's Steven Farber Named 2019 AAAS Fellow

  Monday, December 02, 2019 — The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) elected Carnegie molecular biologist Steven Farber and retired biologist and science educator Toby Horn as AAAS fellows. This year 443 members were awarded this honor for...