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Fields of Research

  • Gene Architecture and Action
  • Intracellular Signaling
  • Molecular Basis of Disease

Research Summary

I investigate how the transcriptional and post-translational profile of the cell is altered to mitigate damage by environmental stresses.


Research Statement

When exposed to stress, cells must rapidly respond and adapt, or they risk suffering permanent damage. Post-translational modification of substrates by the protein SUMO (small ubiquitin-like modifier) is a critical signaling process across diverse cellular stress responses. I research how SUMOylation is regulated and its role in protecting DNA and modulating transcription during ethanol and heavy metal stresses.


Awards and Honors

Honorable mention – NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP), 2019

Nicole Marsh

Graduate Student

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

Gardner Lab

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Why Pharmacology?

Nicole Marsh

Graduate Student

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

Gardner Lab

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Building:
Health Sciences Building
Room:
E410

Lab

Building:
Health Sciences Building
Room:
E410
Phone:
(206) 616-1976
Web Link:
https://gardnerlab.org/

Nicole Marsh

Graduate Student

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

Gardner Lab

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Nicole Marsh

Graduate Student

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

Gardner Lab

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Nicole Marsh

Graduate Student

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

Gardner Lab

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Nicole Marsh

Graduate Student

Affiliations

UW Department of Pharmacology

Gardner Lab

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