Stuart A. Newman, Ph.D.
Professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy
Department of Cell Biology & Anatomy
Basic Sciences Building
Valhalla, NY 10595
(914) 594-4048 (T)
(914) 594-4653 (F)
Stuart A. Newman, Ph.D., is professor of cell biology and anatomy. He received an A.B. from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in chemical physics from the University of Chicago. He has been a visiting professor at the Pasteur Institute, Paris, the Centre à l'Energie Atomique-Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, the University of Tokyo, and was a Fogarty Senior International Fellow at Monash University, Australia. He was a founding member of the Council for Responsible Genetics in Cambridge, Mass
Areas of Expertise:
Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Vertebrate Limb Development, Physical Mechanisms of Morphogenesis, Evolution of Developmental Mechanisms, Protein Structure-Function Relationships, Social and Cultural Aspects of Biological Research and Technology
Fogarty Senior International Fellow | PROFESSIONAL
Pasteur Institute | PROFESSIONAL
The research interests of the Newman laboratory center around three main program areas:
- cellular and molecular mechanisms of vertebrate limb development
- physical mechanisms of morphogenesis
- evolution of developmental mechanisms
Other areas of interest include:
- protein structure-function relationships
- social and cultural aspects of biological research and technology.
For additional information on research interests visit the Newman Laboratory website.
Graduate Degree: Ph.D.
Graduate Degree Institution: University of Chicago
Undergraduate Institution: Columbia University
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Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Vertebrate Limb Development
Physical Mechanisms of Morphogenesis
Evolution of Developmental Mechanisms
Protein Structure-Function Relationships
Social and Cultural Aspects of Biological Research
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