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Gerard Campbell

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PROFESSIONAL ROLES

  • Higher Ed: Science 

BIO

2005 - present Associate professor Biological Sciences, Pitt
1998-2005 Assistant professor, Biological Sciences, Pitt
1992 - 1998, post doc/instructor Columbia University Med School, NYC, lab of Andrew Tomlinson
1991-1992 MRC lab of molecular biology, Cambridge UK, Tomlinson lab
1987-89 postdoc Dept Zoology, University of Western Ontario, Canada, lab of Stan Caveney
1983-87 PhD Zoology Dept, University of Leicester, England, Advisor: Peter Shelton
1980-83 - BA Zoology, Oxford University, England 

EXPERTISE

Genetics
Developmental Biology
Drosophila
Gene expression 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

When, A. and Campbell, G. (2006). Genetic interactions between scribbler, Atrophin and groucho uncover links in transcriptional repression. Genetics 173, 849-861.
Moser, M. and Campbell, G. (2005). Generating and interpreting the Brinker gradient in the Drosophila wing. Developmental Biology 286, 647-658.
Campbell, G. (2005). Regulation of gene expression in the distal region of the Drosophila leg by the Hox11 homolog, C15. Developmental Biology 278, 607-618.
Winter, S. and Campbell, G. (2004). Repression of Dpp targets in the Drosophila wing by Brinker. Development 131, 6071-6081.
Campbell, G. (2002). Distalization of the Drosophila leg by graded EGF-receptor activity. Nature 418, 781-785.