User:Dr. Richard Gordon

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Dr. Richard Gordon (an artistic interpretation)
  • Dr. Richard Gordon
  • University of Manitoba
  • Department of Radiology
  • Room GA216, HSC, 820 Sherbrook Street
  • Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 1R9, Canada

I work in my own lab at the University of Manitoba. I learned about OpenWetWare via our formation of Grey Thumb SL, and I've joined because of my research in embryo physics.


  • 1967, PhD, Chemical Physics, University of Oregon
  • 1963, BS, Mathematics, University of Chicago

Research interests

  1. How does a vertebrate embryo build itself? Planning a Second Life® course: Embryo & Genome Physics & Engineering, Fall 2008
  2. Diatom morphogenesis, motility and nanotechnology
  3. Detection of premetastasis cancer via high resolution low dose computed tomography (CT)
  4. Optimal halting of the HIV/AIDS epidemic: OptAIDS Workshop (


  1. , C., R. LUPPES, A. E. P. VELDMAN, J. A. TUSZYNSKI, AND R. GORDON. 2008. Rayleigh instability of the inverted one-cell amphibian embryo [Invited: "Physical Aspects of Developmental Biology" special issue, Guest Editor Shane Hutson, Vanderbilt University]. Physical Biology 5: 015006 (015012 pages). pmid=18403830

  2. , R. (1999). The Hierarchical Genome and Differentiation Waves: Novel Unification of Development, Genetics and Evolution, Singapore & London: World Scientific & Imperial College Press., 2 vols., 1836p. isbn=981-02-2268-8(set)

  3. , R., H. J. KLING, AND F. A. S. STERRENBURG. 2005. A guide to the diatom literature for diatom nanotechnologists. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 5: 175-178. pmid=15762176

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