Clemens Kiecker

King’s College London, United Kingdom 0000-0002-6150-4363

Clemens Kiecker obtained a Ph.D. degree with Prof. Christof Niehrs on the role of TGF beta and Wnt signaling factors in Xenopus early development at the German Cancer Research Centre, Heidelberg, Germany (2001). She also completed a Postdoc with Prof. Andrew Lumsden on the development of the chick thalamus at the MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, London, UK. Since 2010, Kiecker works as a Principal Investigator at the MRC CDN and Lecturer in neuroanatomy in King's College, London, UK. Her research interests and fields of expertise include organizers, secreted signaling factors, and cellular competence in neural development; neuroanatomy; and vertebrate embryology.

Biography Updated on 3 February 2013

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