Gregory Longmore

Gregory Longmore, MD, is a professor of medicine, cell biology, and physiology. His research interests are to identify and understand how environmental cues regulate the movement of cells about the body during development and disease states. The major disease states they investigate are cancer metastasis and organ fibrosis (specifically liver NASH). They study epithelial morphogenesis, cell adhesion and migration, and mechanobiology using multidisciplinary approaches through expertise in my lab (molecular cell biology, model organisms, cellular and animal imaging) or long-standing, cooperative, and productive collaborations with investigators at his institution and other institutions (biophysics, engineering, structural chemistry).

Dr. Longmore has a BS in chemistry/biochemistry, an MS in biochemistry, and received his MD from McGill University. He also finished a postdoctoral fellowship at Whitehead Institute and MIT.