Projects

Publications

KLF6 and STAT3 co-occupy regulatory DNA and functionally synergize to promote axon growth in CNS neurons In Scientific Reports, 2018.
* - Co-corresponding author

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Developmental chromatin restriction of pro‐growth gene networks acts as an epigenetic barrier to axon regeneration in cortical neurons In Developmental Neurobiology, 2018.
* - Corresponding author

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Epigenetic profiling reveals a developmental decrease in promoter accessibility during cortical maturation in vivo. In Neuroepigenetics, 2016.
* - Corresponding author

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The tumor suppressor HHEX inhibits axon growth when prematurely expressed in developing central nervous system neurons. In Mol Cell Neurosci., 2015.
* - These two authors contributed equally.

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MASH1/Ascl1a Leads to GAP43 Expression and Axon Regeneration in the Adult CNS In PLoS One, 2015.
* - These two authors contributed equally

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Funding

Thanks to my funding sources!

Ongoing research support:

  • NIH R21 - R21NS106309 – Co-I
    09/2018 - 09/2020
    Regulation of CNS Regeneration by Chromatin Accessibility and Pioneer Factors
    $415,000

  • NSF-XSEDE- PI
    08/2018 - 08/2020
    In silico approaches to identify optimal combinations of pro-regenerative TFs/Pioneer TFs required for axon growth
    $150,000 in computational resources

Completed research support:

  • Craig H Nielsen post-doctoral fellowship - PI
    09/2016 - 09/2018
    Epigenetic manipulation of axon growth in mammalian CNS neurons
    $150,000

  • NSF-XSEDE - PI
    08/2016 - 08/2018
    In silico frameworks to identify novel transcription factor combinations that synergize to drive growth in CNS neurons
    $15,000 in computational resources

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