Campellone Lab - Spring 2024

Research in the Campellone Lab

Cytoskeletal control of membrane remodeling in health, aging, and disease

Our research goals are to determine (1) how the cytoskeleton controls the organization, shape, and movement of cells and their internal components; (2) how cytoskeletal remodeling is altered by infectious microbes and genetic mutations; and (3) how cytoskeletal functions affect biological aging.  We use a combination of bioinformatic, genetic, biochemical, molecular, cellular, and organismal approaches to study these processes.

Contact the Campellone Lab

Phone: (860) 486-2497
Address: University of Connecticut
Dept of Molecular & Cell Biology
Institute for Systems Genomics
Engineering Science Building
181 Auditorium Rd – Rm 216
Storrs, CT 06269-3197

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