Our laboratory is interested in understanding the genes and processes that promote early embryonic development.
We use mouse as a model organism, and forward genetics as our experimental approach, to isolate mutations that disrupt the normal morphology of the mouse embryo. By studying these mutants, we learn how cell differentiation and embryonic shape are acquired during embryogenesis.
To find out more about current projects in the lab, click here. You can also check out our recent publications here.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the García Lab, check here for available positions.