2014 CVM News: Embryologist wins scientific achievement award for research on how head form
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This news item is about: Pugs and collies; horses and people— their faces are amazingly different, yet during early embryonic stages all look very similar. Studying how young freewheeling cells in embryos move around then eventually settle down to establish this fundamental pattern has helped Dr. Drew Noden, professor of embryology and animal development at the College of Veterinary Medicine, unlock several secrets about how faces acquire their unique yet highly recognizable forms.
Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine
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