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Developmental Biology and Structural Variation Branch (DBSVB)

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Overview

The DBSVB supports basic, clinical, and translational research on normal and abnormal development relating to the causes and prevention of structural birth defects, as well as research training in relevant academic and medical areas.

Among the Branch's high-priority research areas is basic research on elucidating the biochemical, molecular biologic, genetic, and cellular mechanisms of embryonic development.

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Last Updated Date: 11/26/2013
Last Reviewed Date: 11/26/2013

Contact Information

Name: Dr Arthur Tyl Hewitt
Branch Chief
Developmental Biology and Structural Variation Branch
Phone: 301-496-5541
Fax: 301-480-0303
Email: hewittt@mail.nih.gov

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