Laura Chipman

 

Degrees

B.S. - Biochemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Summary

I joined the lab in spring of 2016. I am interested in the role of argonaute, an essential component of the RNA induced silencing complex, in the miRNA pathway, aging, and gene regulation. Outside of lab I am interested in surfing, eating, hiking, and crafting (mainly goofy costumes)!

Awards

NSF-GRFP Fellow (2017-2020)

Publications

Azoubel Lima S, Chipman LB, Nicholson AL, Chen YH, Yee BA, Yeo GW, Coller J & Pasquinelli, AE. (2017). Short polyA tails are a conserved feature of highly expressed genes. Nature Structural and Molecular Biology [Link]

Ueki Y, Wilken MS, Cox KE, Chipman, L., Jorstad N, Sternhagen K, Simic M, Ullom K, Nakafuku M, Reh TA. (2015) Transgenic expression of the proneural transcription factor Ascl1 in Müller glia stimulates retinal regeneration in young mice. PNAS.

Ueki Y, Wilken MS, Cox KE, Chipman, LB., Bermingham-McDonogh O, Reh TA. (2015) A transient wave of BMP signaling in the retina is necessary for Müller glial differentiation. Development.