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Stephanie Weber

  • Ph.D.
  • Assistant Professor
  • McGill University
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Research interests

Intracellular phase separationChromosome dynamicsSize scalingSpatial organization

About

My lab uses quantitative live-cell imaging and physical modeling to understand how cells establish and dynamically regulate spatial organization and ultimately how these processes affect the growth, size and health of the whole organism. weberlab.net

Co-authors (10)

  • Yossi Eliaz
  • Pinaki Swain

Publications (5)

  • RNA transcription modulates phase transition-driven nuclear body assembly

    • Berry J
    • Weber S
    • Vaidya N
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    68Citations
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  • Analytical tools to distinguish the effects of localization error, confinement, and medium elasticity on the velocity autocorrelation function

    • Weber S
    • Thompson M
    • Moerner W
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    35Citations
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  • Nonthermal ATP-dependent fluctuations contribute to the in vivo motion of chromosomal loci

    • Weber S
    • Spakowitz A
    • Theriot J
    N/AReaders
    131Citations
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  • Bacterial chromosomal loci move subdiffusively through a viscoelastic cytoplasm

    • Weber S
    • Spakowitz A
    • Theriot J
    N/AReaders
    276Citations
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  • Subdiffusive motion of a polymer composed of subdiffusive monomers

    • Weber S
    • Theriot J
    • Spakowitz A
    N/AReaders
    55Citations
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

McGill University

August 2016 - Present

Adjunct Lecturer

Santa Clara University

September 2015 - June 2016(9 months)

Education

Ph.D.

Stanford University

September 2006 - September 2011(5 years)

B.S.

Duke University

August 2002 - May 2006(4 years)