Teagan Walter
Last active: 1/26/2011

Profile

Teagan Walter is a graduate student in Dr. Huppert’s lab. Teagan graduated from Carleton College in Northfield, MN in 2009 with a degree in Biology. As an undergraduate, she spent a summer doing research through the Bioinformatics REU program at Loyola University Chicago, where she worked in Dr. John Kelly’s microbial ecology lab. Her project involved determining the effect of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide levels on the size and composition of ammonia-oxidizing Achaeal communities associated with tree roots. Teagan entered the IGP program at Vanderbilt in the fall of 2009, at the culmination of which she joined the Huppert lab. Teagan is currently investigating the role of Notch signaling in early hepatic morphogenesis.

Publications

The following timeline graph is generated from all co-authored publications.

Most recent publication(s) are shown below:

  1. Influence and timing of arrival of murine neural crest on pancreatic beta cell development and maturation. Plank JL, Mundell NA, Frist AY, LeGrone AW, Kim T, Musser MA, Walter TJ, Labosky PA (2011) Dev Biol 349(2): 321-30
    › Primary publication · 21081123 (PubMed) · PMC3019241 (PubMed Central)

Featured Affiliation

No featured affiliations

    View all affiliations

    Contact Information

    No address provided
    Email

    Keywords & MeSH Terms

    MeSH terms are retrieved from PubMed records. Learn more.

    Key: MeSH Term Keyword

    Ablation Techniques Age Factors Animals DNA Primers Forkhead Box Protein O3 Forkhead Transcription Factors Gene Deletion Gene Expression Regulation, Developmental Histological Techniques Immunohistochemistry Insulin-Secreting Cells Mice Microscopy, Electron, Transmission Neural Crest Pancreas Polymerase Chain Reaction Signal Transduction