Zachary Pincus, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Genetics
Developmental Biology

Computational and Systems Biology Program
Developmental, Regenerative and Stem Cell Biology Program
Molecular Genetics and Genomics Program

  • 314-747-5520

  • 8232

  • MRB - McKinley Research Building, Room 5304

  • zpincus@wustl.edu

  • zplab.wustl.edu

  • Understanding inter-individual variability living systems

Research Abstract:

From human twins to the products of division of a single bacterium, genetically identical organisms often develop into very different individuals and experience different life histories, even in identical environments. Such differences, and other instances of so-called non-genetic individuality, are the focus of the Pincus lab.

We primarily use variability in C. elegans lifespan as a metazoan model for understanding noise control, homeostatic robustness, and biological individuality. Overall, we hope to understand why and how some individuals age more successfully than others.

Selected Publications:

Last Updated: 7/12/2017 4:53:56 PM

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