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Fields of Research

  • Molecular Basis of Disease
  • Intracellular Signaling
  • Drug Discovery and Precision Medicine

Research Summary

Deploying human stem cell models to investigate mechanisms of neurodevelopment and disease.


Research Statement

We are using cutting edge techniques in human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSCs) technology, genome editing and human stem cell models derived from autism patients, to study how aberrant signaling pathways contribute to neuropathology of autism.


Awards and Honors

BEF Scholar

Amy Ferreccio

Postdoctoral Fellow

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

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Why Pharmacology?

Amy Ferreccio

Postdoctoral Fellow

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UW Department of Pharmacology

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Faculty

Building:
Health Sciences Building
Room:
J-159
Box:
357280
Phone:
(206) 685-2169
Web Link:
https://yadavlab.com/

Lab

Building:
Health Sciences Building
Room:
J-159
Box:
357280
Phone:
(206) 685-2169
Web Link:
https://yadavlab.com/

Amy Ferreccio

Postdoctoral Fellow

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

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Amy Ferreccio

Postdoctoral Fellow

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

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Students/Postdocs

Amy Ferreccio

Postdoctoral Fellow

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

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Publications

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Ferreccio A, et al. 2018. Inducible CRISPR genome editing platform in naive human embryonic stem cells. Cell Cycle. 2018;17(5):535-549.

Sperber H, Mathieu J, Wang Y, Ferreccio A, et al. 2015. The metabolic enzyme, nicotinamide N-methyltransferase regulates the epigenetic landscape during naïve to primed human embryonic stem cell transition. Nature Cell Biology. 2015 Dec;17(12):1523-35.

Mathieu J, Zhou W, Xing Y, Sperber H, Ferreccio A, Agoston Z, Kuppusamy K, Moon RT, Ruohola-Baker H. Hypoxia-inducible factors have distinct and stage-specific roles during reprogramming of human cells to pluripotency. Cell Stem Cell. 2014 May 1;14(5):592-605.

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Amy Ferreccio

Postdoctoral Fellow

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

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