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MEMBERS
 
Wellington V. Cardoso, MD, PhD

Principal Investigator
Professor of Medicine and Genetics & Development
Director, Columbia Center for Human Development
Email: wvc2104@columbia.edu Tel: 212-342-3971
Biography Curriculum Vitae

Research: Lung development and repair-regeneration, developmental signaling by retinoic acid, Notch, Hippo pathways; control of airway epithelial cell fate in stem/progenitor cells, developmental programming in ES/iPS cells; ciliogenesis; developmental pathways in postnatal lung disease. 
  Munemasa Mori, MD, PhD
Associate Research Scientist
Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Division
Email: mm4452@columbia.edu

 

Paul Riccio, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Department of Medicin, Pulmonary Division
Email: pnr2102@columbia.edu

 

Jingshu Huang
Senior Lab Technician
Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Division
Email: jh3466@columbia.edu

 

Jun Li
Lab Technician
Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Division
Email: jl4455@columbia.edu

 

Jun Qian
Senior Staff Associate
Department of Medicine, Pulmonary Division
Email: jq2219@columbia.edu

  Maria R. Stupnikov
Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Genetics & Development
Email: mrs2261@columbia.edu
  Benjamin Van Soldt
Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Genetics & Development
Email: bjv2113@columbia.edu
 

Ying Yang
Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Genetics & Development
Email: yy2492@columbia.edu

 

Carlos Serra
Student, Columbia University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
School of Health Sciences, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal
Email: chs2143@columbia.edu


Administration

Kathryn Kennedy
Project Coordinator
212-305-1731
Email: kmk214@columbia.edu

Rashmi Patel 
Administrative Assistant
(201) 686-3039
Email: rnp2105@columbia.edu


OPENINGS:

The Cardoso Lab has openings available for postdoctoral trainees to study:
. Regulation of airway epithelial cell fate and in development and injury repair.
. control of smooth muscle differentiation in development and disease.
. developmental pathways in adult lung disease.

If you are interested in visiting us, please contact us here or email: Dr. Cardoso

If you are interested in joining our lab, please contact Dr. Cardoso

 

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