Jake Reich

Ph.D. Student                                                                     

Jake is a recent graduate of the University of Oxford, having studied for a degree in Biochemistry. During his Masters project he worked in the lab of Alison Woollard, and was first introduced to the model organism C. elegans, identifying genes involved in asymmetric seam cell divisions. This led to an interest in systems that generate polarity, and to the work in the Goehring Lab, when it was based at the London Research Institute.  As a Crick graduate student, Jake has been working on molecular biology tools for imaging and manipulating the PAR polarity system in the worm embryo.

© Goehring Lab 2014