Jennifer Trowbridge, Ph.D.

Professor, The Dattels Family Chair

Researches regulation of stem cells in the blood in normal development, aging and leukemia transformation.

The Trowbridge laboratory studies cell fate regulation within the hematopoietic system. Our current focus is on the epigenetic regulation of hematopoietic stem cell (HSC) and progenitor cell lineage commitment in three contexts: (1) normal blood development and maintenance, (2) alterations that occur during the process of aging, and (3) alterations that occur during the process of transformation giving rise to leukemia. Our ultimate goal is to reveal epigenetic patterns and processes that are uniquely deregulated during aging and/or transformation, which can be used to identify novel biomarkers of disease and targets for development of therapeutics.

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Podcasts featuring Professor Trowbridge:

Podcast Icon "Review Series on Hematopoietic Stem Cells" | Blood Podcast
Podcast Icon "Regulation of Stem Cells in the Blood featuring Dr. Jennifer Trowbridge" | The Stem Cell Podcast