Philip N. Benfey, Ph.D.

Duke University, Durham, NC 
Developmental Biology, Plant Biology
"Philip Benfey"


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Philip Leder grad student 1986 Harvard (Neurotree)
Nam-Hai Chua post-doc 1987-1990 Rockefeller


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Hongchang Cui grad student Florida State
Sophie Fang grad student Sun Yat-sen University
Hidehiro Fukaki grad student Kobe University
Song Li grad student Virginia Tech
Terri Long grad student NCSU
Jocelyn Malamy grad student Chicago
Molly McGraw grad student Oregon State
Miguel Moreno-Risueno grad student Center for Plant Biotechology and Genomics
Trevor M. Nolan grad student Duke
Jaimie Van Norman grad student UC Riverside
Kenneth D. Birnbaum grad student 2000 NYU
Jun Lim grad student 2001 NYU
Gary C. Schindelman grad student 2001 NYU
Giovanni Sena grad student 2003 NYU
Mitchell P. Levesque grad student 2005 Duke (Computational Biology Tree)
Tal Nawy grad student 2005 NYU
Juliette Colinas grad student 2006 Duke (Computational Biology Tree)
David A. Orlando grad student 2009 (Computational Biology Tree)
Natalie W. Breakfield grad student 2011 (Computational Biology Tree)
Kenneth Birnbaum post-doc NYU (Evolution Tree)
Wolfgang Busch post-doc Duke
José R. Dinneny post-doc Duke
Kim Gallagher post-doc Penn
Yrjo Helariutta post-doc Univ. Helsinki
Anjali Iyer-Pascuzzi post-doc Purdue
Rosangela Sozzani post-doc NCSU
Christopher Topp post-doc Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Ji-Young Lee post-doc 2003-2007 Seoul National University
Siobhan Brady post-doc 2009 Duke


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Alexander Bucksch collaborator (Computational Biology Tree)
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Winter CM, Szekely P, Popov V, et al. (2024) SHR and SCR coordinate root patterning and growth early in the cell cycle. Nature
Wang Y, Perez-Sancho J, Platre MP, et al. (2023) Plasmodesmata mediate cell-to-cell transport of brassinosteroid hormones. Nature Chemical Biology
Verbon EH, Liberman LM, Zhou J, et al. (2023) Cell type-specific transcriptomics reveals that root hairs and endodermal barriers play important roles in beneficial plant-rhizobacterium-interactions. Molecular Plant
Nolan TM, Vukašinović N, Hsu CW, et al. (2023) Brassinosteroid gene regulatory networks at cellular resolution in the root. Science (New York, N.Y.). 379: eadf4721
Ishikawa M, Fujiwara A, Kosetsu K, et al. (2023) GRAS transcription factors regulate cell division planes in moss overriding the default rule. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2210632120
Goldy C, Barrera V, Taylor I, et al. (2022) SCARECROW-LIKE28 modulates organ growth in Arabidopsis by controlling mitotic cell cycle exit, endoreplication and cell expansion dynamics. The New Phytologist
Hsu CW, Shahan R, Nolan TM, et al. (2022) Protocol for fast scRNA-seq raw data processing using scKB and non-arbitrary quality control with COPILOT. Star Protocols. 3: 101729
Zhu M, Taylor IW, Benfey PN. (2022) Single-cell genomics revolutionizes plant development studies across scales. Development (Cambridge, England). 149
Shahan R, Hsu CW, Nolan TM, et al. (2022) A single-cell Arabidopsis root atlas reveals developmental trajectories in wild-type and cell identity mutants. Developmental Cell
Contreras-López O, Vidal EA, Riveras E, et al. (2022) Spatiotemporal analysis identifies ABF2 and ABF3 as key hubs of endodermal response to nitrate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119
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