The Developmental Models lab is made up of fabulous researchers, with current lab members shown below. Plus, find out more about each member in the slideshow at the bottom of the page!
Dr Naomi Moris
I studied Biological Science at Imperial College London as an undergraduate, and found myself fascinated by developmental biology and how the embryo is able to form a complete organism from a single cell. I went to Cambridge to do a PhD with Cristina Pina and Alfonso Martinez-Arias, looking at mouse embryonic stem cell differentiation. I was particularly interested in gene expression dynamics of single cells and epigenetic regulation of transitions between states. I then moved into 3D models of embryogenesis, using mouse gastruloids as an in vitro system to study multiaxial pattern formation. In 2017 I became a Junior Research Fellow at Newnham College, before starting my own group at the Francis Crick Institute in 2021. When I'm not in the lab, I enjoy reading, gardening and looking after my 3 chickens!