C.S. Mott Center
275 E. Hancock
Position TitleAssociate Professor - Obstetrics and Gynecology
I am accepting new MS students for the 2019-2020 academic year but I am not accepting new PhD students.
We study stress signaling during high-risk periods of embryonic development. Stress induces imbalanced differentiation that emulates etiologies of reproductive pathologies. We use transgenic gain- and loss-of-function, viable reporters for stress enzyme and potency factors in stem cells and embryos to measure and manage reproductive stress to make healthier babies and moms.
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