Terence D Capellini

http://www.heb.fas.harvard.edu
Richard B. Wolfe Associate Professor of Human Evolutionary Biology; associate member, Broad Institute, Harvard University, Department of Human Evolutionary Biology
Knowledge / Expertise
Interest/Specialty Areas Developmental biology, genetics, genomics, comparative biology, primate/human evolution, identifying DNA changes underlying human and non-human primate biological adaptations, basic developmental and genetic mechanisms governing biological trait formation and inheritance and their influence on disease risk, genetic alterations that determine human post-cranial skeleton, elucidation of genetic and developmental architecture underlying diversity of joint types in primates
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