Andrew Wilde, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Address:
University of Toronto,
Medical Sciences Building, Rm. 4377
1 King's College Circle,
Toronto, ON, M5S 1A8

Phone #: 416-946-7714

Websitehttp://individual.utoronto.ca/wildelab


Research:

Biochemical, genetic and live imaging approaches in frogs, flies and tissue culture systems to address fundamental questions in cell division

Education:

Postdoctoral Fellow:  Carnegie Institution of Washington
Postdoctoral Fellow:  University of California, San Francisco
Ph.D.:  University of Bristol, U.K.
B.Sc.:  University College of Wales, U.K.

Fields of Interest:

  • Cellular and Molecular Structure and Function
  • Genetic Models of Development and Disease

Research Interests:

My research focuses on understanding cell division at the molecular level.  Failure to properly segregate the chromosomes during cell division causes aneuploidy a hallmark of many cancers.  We use  biochemical, genetic and live imaging approaches in frogs, flies and tissue culture systems to address fundamental questions in cell division.

 

Currently Accepting Graduate Students