Faculty Mentors

Nakamura TetsuyaProfessor Tetsuya Nakamura is an assistant professor in the Department of Genetics. He received his Ph.D. degree in developmental biology in Japan and worked as an assistant professor in Japan and then moved to the University of Chicago as a postdoc position, where he studies comparative anatomy of fish.  From 2018, He started his own lab at Rutgers. His research focus is on evolution of the vertebrate body, specifically how fish transformed to tetrapods – “missing link”.  To approach this big leap in vertebrate evolution, his group combines comparative anatomy, genomics, and genetics. Their research is highlighted on the page of SAS at https://sas.rutgers.edu/news-a-events/news/newsroom/student-news/2770-genetics-student-studies-how-fish-became-land-creatures


 

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