Jessica Sawyer: 2004-2010 (Biology)

Current position:

Research Asst. Professor, Pharmacology and Cancer Biology, Duke University

Awarded NIH NRSA Postdoctoral Fellowship

Publications from Peifer lab
  • Sawyer, J.K., Choi, W. , Jung, K.-C., Hi, L., Harris, N.J., and Peifer, M., (2011). A contractile actomyosin network linked to adherens junctions by Canoe/afadin helps drive convergent extension. Molecular Biology of the Cell 22, 2491-2508.
  • Sawyer, J.K, Harris, N. J, and Peifer, M. (2009) Morphogenesis: Multitalented GTPases seeking new jobs. Current Biology 19, R985-R987.
  • Roeth, J.F., Sawyer, J.K., Wilner, D.A., and Peifer, M. (2009). Rab11 Helps Maintain Apical Crumbs and Adherens Junctions in the Drosophila Embryonic Ectoderm. PLoS One 4, e7634.
  • Sawyer, J.K., Harris, N.J., Slep, K.C., Gaul, U., and Peifer, M. (2009) The Drosophila afadin homolog Canoe regulates linkage of the actin cytoskeleton to adherens junctions during apical constriction. Journal of Cell Biology 186, 57-73.
  • Harris, T.J.C., Sawyer, J.K., and Peifer, M. (2009). How the cytoskeleton helps build the embryonic body plan: Models of morphogenesis from Drosophila. Current Topics in Developmental Biology 89, 55-85.

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