- General Biology II for Science Majors (Bio 192)
- Epidemiology (Bio 230)
- Biostatistics (Bio 206)
- Developmental Biology w/ Lab (Bio 330/430)
Developmental genetics in zebrafish; role
of FGF and Wnt pathways in cartilage and bone formation, blood and
lymph development, wound healing, tissue regeneration and the immune
Figueroa, F.; Singer, S.S.; LeClair, E.E. 2015. Making maxillary barbels with a proximal-distal gradient of Wnt signals in matrix-bound mesenchymal cells. Evolution and Development 17(6): 367-379.
Binelli, E.A.; Luna, A.N.; LeClair, E.E. 2014. Anatomy and ontogeny of a novel hemodynamic organ in zebrafish. Anatomical Record 297(12): 2299-2317.
Duszynski, R.J.; Topczewski, J.; LeClair, E.E. 2013. Differential requirement for FGF signaling in zebrafish maxillary barbel and caudal fin regeneration. Development, Growth and Differentiation 55(2): 282-300.
LeClair is the principal investigator of a
research lab that trains undergraduate and graduate students in
molecular biology, anatomy, microscopy and histology technique. The work
is supported by the DePaul University Research Council and the National
Institutes of Health.
Professional Society Memberships
- Society for Developmental Biology