I have moved and am currently an assistant professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Colorado State University. Please follow my continued research adventures at that site. This site is an historic account of my postdoctoral work.

I continue pursue questions of developmental genomics, such as…


  • How do diverse cell types arise?
  • How is information in the genome utilized during growth and differentiation?
  • What are the roles of transcription and mRNA regulation in cell differentiation?


To answer these questions, I couple fine dissection techniques to whole genome assays. By honing our resolution to the individual cell level while expanding our breadth of study to the entire transcriptome, I hope to discover novel aspects of cell differentiation and development.

Also published as:

Erin Osborne, Erin Asayo Osborne, Erin A Osborne

Generously supported by:

Lineberger    nih-logo-blue-1     2810-1-damon-runyon-cancer-research