Marisa Bartolomei has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Congratulations Marisa!
Rexxi Prasasya in the Bartolomei lab was awarded an NIH NRSA postdoctoral fellowship. Congratulations!
An article in Penn Today highlights the Penn Academy for Reproductive Sciences (PARS), a high school program geared at teaching high school girls about fertility, epigenetics, and other areas of reproductive health. Marisa Bartolomei leads the program, along with Jamie Shuda. The program is a joint effort between the Penn Epigenetics Institute and the Penn Institute of Regenerative Medicine and is funded by the NIH. Hearty congratulations to Marisa for being part of such an impactful program!
Lisa Vrooman (postdoctoral fellow in the Bartolomei lab) was awarded best short talk at the International Federation of Placenta Associations (IFPA) meeting in Japan in September.
Aimee Juan (a combined degree student in the Bartolomei lab) was awarded an F31 from NICHD, entitled, Investigating the Epigenetic Regulation of Imprinted Gene Grb10 in Neurodevelopment.
How Dad’s Genes Can Prepare Mom for Parenthood
Postdoctoral Fellow, Lisa Vrooman from the Bartolomei Lab, Awarded NIH F32 Fellowship!
‘Investigation of epigenetic and morphological placental abnormalities induced by in vitro fertilization’.
Marisa Bartolomei and Rebecca Simmons Awarded R01!
Project Title: Preconception phthalate exposure and offspring outcomes
Grant Type: R01
Sponsor: NIEHS (r01es028206)
Dates: 9/1/2017 to 8/31/2022
Marisa Bartolomei Awarded R01!
Project Title: Long-term physiological and behavioral outcomes, epigenetic profiles and multigenerational phenotypes in a mouse art model
Grant Type: R01
Sponsor: NICHD (r01hd092266)
Dates: 8/15/2017 to 4/30/2022