Contact info:

Email: arodal@brandeis.edu

Office: 781-736-2459

Lab: 781-736-4954

Fax: 781-736-2405

 

Lab location:

Rosenstiel Basic Medical 
Sciences Research Center

Room 527

 

Mailing address:

The Rodal Lab - MS029

415 South Street

Waltham, MA 02454

Steve gives virtual talks at the Boston Area Drosophila Meeting and at an imaging workshop at the University of Toronto

Welcome to the Rodal Lab

Cells self-organize by continuously remodeling internal membrane compartments that move and sort signaling, structural, and metabolic cargo.  Our goal is to understand how specialized cells like neurons deploy membrane-remodeling machinery to build and regulate these highly dynamic membrane structures. Using the fruit fly Drosophila as a primary model, we combine in vivo imaging of membrane traffic, mechanistic biochemistry, phenotypic analysis of mutants lacking this machinery, and evidence from disease models to approach these cell biological questions from multiple angles.

Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction

Lab News - June 2020