faculty

Jeff Rasmussen

rasmuss@uw.edu
Assistant Professor

University of Washington

Biology

Developmental Biology, Stem Cells & Aging

Neuroscience

Nerve-skin interactions during development and regeneration

Faculty Contact Information

Building: Life Sciences Building Room: 371 Box: 351800 Phone: 206-616-7248 https://www.biology.washington.edu/people/profile/jeff-rasmussen

Research Summary

The Rasmussen lab uses the unique experimental advantages of zebrafish to gain cellular, molecular, and genetic insights into skin development and repair, with a particular focus on skin-neuron interactions.

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Accepting Students For:

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Permanent

Lab Information

Location: University of Washington
Building: Life Sciences Building
Room: 312
Box: 351800
Phone: 206-685-6091
https://jraslab.org/