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Rebecca Green

BA, Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology (2007) University of Colorado Boulder


 

RC1 South, L18-11402D​

 

Phone: 303-724-4568

 

Rebecca.Green@ucdenver.edu







Rotation 1:  Dr. Virginia Winn's Lab (Fall 2009)

Rotation 2:  Dr. Trevor Williams' Lab (Fall/Spring, 2009/10)

Rotation 3:  Dr. Heide Ford's Lab (Spring 2010)


Thesis Advisor:  Dr. Trevor Williams


Current Research:

For my thesis project I am working in the lab of Dr. Williams on the roles of two transcription factors AP-2a and AP-2g on cell migration an​d differentiation during embryonic development as well as the roles of these two genes in reproductive organ and placental development. The AP-2 gene family members are key regulators of mouse embryogenesis and have been linked to human birth defects and reproductive system cancers.

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Bachelor of Science

University of Colorado Boulder
Major: Biological Sciences
Minors: Spanish, Biochemistry


Undergraduate Research Technician, Klymkowsky Lab, University of Colorado Boulder, (2004-2007).

Research Assistant 1, Martin/Chu Lab, National Jewish Hospital, Denver, CO (2004-2007).

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Green RM, Gally F, Keeney JG, Alper S, Gao B, et al. 2009 Impact of Cigarette Smoke Exposure on Innate Immunity: A Caenorhabditis elegans Model. PLoS ONE 4(8): e6860. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0006860\

 

Gross, C., Bowler, R., Green, R., Weinberger, A., Schnell, C., Chu, H.W., 2010. Beta2-agonists promote host defense against bacterial infection in primary human bronchial epithelial cells. BMC Pulmonary Medicine 10, 30.


My first love and passion has always been skiing and ski racing, but I love pretty much anything in the mountains, hiking, backpacking, biking, etc.