PhD, 1986, Biozentrum, University of Basel, Switzerland
MS, 1983, University of Basel & CERN Geneva
The Meyer lab seeks to understand how human cells move and divide to build, maintain, and repair tissues and organs. They use automated fluorescence microscopy technologies and develop chemical tools to study how mammalian receptor signals control cell polarization, movement, and proliferation.
Read more about Prof. Meyer’s research on the Weill Cornell website