Associate Professor

Andrew Wilde

Molecular Genetics


MaRS West Tower
661 University Avenue, Room 1516, Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1M1
Research Interests
Cell biology, Imaging and microscopy, Protein-protein, DNA-protein, and RNA-protein interactions, Signalling, Single cell and spatial biology

My research focuses on understanding cell division at the molecular level. Failure to properly segregate the chromosomes during cell division causes aneuploidy a hallmark of many cancers and recent work has implicated cytokinetic failures contributing to numerous syndromes, premature ageing and cataracts. We use biochemical, genetic and live imaging approaches in multiple model systems to address fundamental questions in cell division.

Courses taught

  • MGY311
  • BCH448


  • Department of Biochemistry

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