Dr. Rosin’s Research

Research Interests

Dr. Rosin’s research aims to understand how distinct populations of embryonic phagocytes (e.g., macrophages, osteoclasts, etc.) signal to nearby cells during embryogenesis to contribute to normal craniofacial development. Her research program also aims to determine how maternal challenge, such as infection, acts through phagocytes to negatively impact nearby cells/stem cells and alter normal developmental programs to result in craniofacial disruptions.


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