Roger D. Sloboda

Academic Appointments
  • Ira Allen Eastman Professor of Biological Sciences

  • Professor in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Program

  • Whitman Scientist at the Marine Biological Laboratory

Cilia and flagella, which project from the cell surface of many different cell types, are involved in cell motility. They also act like antenna and sense environmental conditions. They are taken apart at each cell division and reassembled by the two, newly formed daughter cells. Our lab is studying the steps required for the disassembly of cilia and flagella to occur prior to the start of cell division.

Contact

646-2377
HB 6044

Education

  • B.S., State University of New York at Albany
  • Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Selected Publications

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