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The Noguchi Lab Recent Thesis Projects

Jessie Nagle, Noguchi Lab

Jessie Nagle, MCBG MS (2022)

Thesis: The Role of Maf1 in Age-Associated Phenotypes
Current position: Scientist, Absorption Systems

Leah Dobossy, Noguchi Lab

Leah Dobossy, Biological Science BS (2022)

Thesis: The Role of the mTOR/Maf1/Pol III Axis in Lifespan Maintenance and Genomic Integrity in Mammalian Cells
Current position: Research Assistant, Drexel University

Tylor Brewster, MCBG MS (2021)

Tylor Brewster, MCBG MS (2021)

Thesis: Roles of Timeless in DNA Repair and Carcinogenesis
Current position: Scientist, Absorption Aystems, LLC

Shivani Sheth, Cancer Biology MS (2020)

Shivani Sheth, Cancer Biology MS (2020)

Thesis: Roles of Timeless in Fanconi anemia-mediated repair pathway and cancer growth in esophageal cancer cells
Current position: Research Associate, Cell Signaling Technology

Jasmine Peake, MCBG PhD (2020)

Jasmine Peake, MCBG PhD (2020)

Thesis: Characterization of acetaldehyde-induced genomic instability during DNA replication in esophageal keratinocytes
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow (PennPORT Program), University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

Julia Oleksak, Noguchi Lab

Julia Oleksak, Biological Science BS (2019)

Thesis: Aldehyde-Induced DNA-Protein Crosslink Repair Mechanisms
Current position: Scientist, Phamaceutical Product Development Inc.

Alyssa Duffy, MCBG MS (2018)

Alyssa Duffy, MCBG MS (2018)

Thesis: The roles of Timeless in mediating actetaldehyde-induced DNA damage response and promoting esophageal carcinogenesis
Current position: PhD Student, Cancer Biology Program, Emory University

Baicheng Lin, MCBG MS (2018)

Baicheng Lin, MCBG MS (2018)

Thesis: Investigating acetaldehyde-induced DNA-protein crosslinks in esophageal cells
Current position: PhD Student, Biomedical Sciences Program, Medical University of South Carolina

Amber Theriault, Cancer Biology MS (2017)

Amber Theriault, Cancer Biology MS (2017)

Thesis: Investigating the role of Timeless in acetaldehyde-mediated DNA damage response and repair
Current position: Senior Scientist, Merck

Sydney Wilson, Biological Science BS (2017)

Thesis: Genomic Stability and Lifespan Regulation via Maf1 Under Calorie Restricted Conditions in Schizosaccharomyces pombe

Mihir Shetty, MCBG, MS (2015)

Mihir Shetty, MCBG MS (2015)

Thesis: Maf1-dependent transcriptional regulation of tRNA genes extends lifespan under calorie-restricted conditions
Current position: Researcher, University of Minnesota

Mariana Gadaleta, MCBG, PhD (2015)

Mariana Gadaleta, MCBG PhD (2015)

Thesis: Genome-wide analysis identifies contrasting effects of Swi1 deletion at difficult-to-replicate regions
Current position: Senior Scientist, Illumina

Niyant Shah, MCBG, MS (2012)

Niyant Shah, MCBG MS (2012)

Thesis: Role of ChlR1 DNA helicase in replication fork recovery from DNA damage
Current position: Senior Scientist, GlaxoSmithKline

Adam Leman, MCBG PhD (2011)

Thesis: The Timeless protein coordinates multiple pathways at the DNA replication fork to preserve genomic integrity
Current position: Lead Scientist, The Good Food Institute

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