Ryoma "Puck" Ohi

The laboratory of Ryoma "Puck" Ohi focuses on microtubule function during cell division. During this process, microtubules generate forces that move chromosomes, and therefore play a key role in preserving genome stability. Microtubules are also essential for cytokinesis, where they facilitate cleavage plane specification, constriction of the cleavage furrow, and abscission.

Learn more on the R. Ohi lab's departmental website.

Affiliations

  • Associate Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, U-M Medical School
  • Adjunct Research Associate Professor, Life Sciences Institute

Education

  • Vanderbilt University, Ph.D.
  • Vanderbilt University, B.S.