David Beier


Seattle Childrens Research Institute

Developmental Biology, Stem Cells & Aging

Developmental genetic analysis in model organisms.

Faculty Contact Information

Building: Jack MacDonald Building, 1900 9th Ave, Seattle, 98101 Room: 535 Phone: 206-884-1419 http://depts.washington.edu/cdbrm/wordpress/research-labs/beier-lab/

Research Summary

My research focuses on using genetic methods for the identification of genes causing human disease and developmental defects. We have positionally cloned the causal gene for over 50 mutations, many encoding previously uncharacterized genes. Our research has used many of the major tools in model organism analysis, including gene mapping and genomic analysis, characterization of modifying genes and QTLs, ENU mutagenesis for developmental investigation, SNP genotyping and next-gen sequencing for genetic mapping in the mouse and zebrafish, and genome-editing methods such as CRISPR.

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Lab Information

Location: Seattle Children's Research Institute
Building: Jack MacDonald Building