Thomas P. Jack

Academic Appointments
  • Chair, Department of Biological Sciences

  • Professor of Biological Sciences

  • Professor in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Program

  • Leadership Fellow, Partnership for Undergraduate Life Sciences Education (PULSE) Vision and Change

I’m interested in the molecular basis for how cells become different from one another during development. This is a very general question that is faced by all multicellular organisms. I have chosen to address this question in plants, specifically in flowers, which consist of an array of cell, tissue, and organ types.

Contact

646-3367
331 Life Sciences Center
HB 6044

Education

  • B.S., Haverford College
  • Ph.D., Yale University

Selected Publications

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