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XB-PERS-737


Kristen L Kroll

Position

Associate Professor

Research Description

Our research focuses on defining gene regulatory networks that control neural cell specification, neurogenesis, and the generation of specific neuronal cell types. We are interested in understanding how epigenetic regulation modulates these networks and how their dysregulation contributes to neurodevelopmental disorders including epilepsy and autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability syndromes. This work uses directed differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells (embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells), mouse models, and a wide range of cellular, molecular, and genomic approaches, to define roles for transcriptional and epigenetic regulation in shaping developmental transitions.

The lab has three main research interests, outlined below:

Modeling Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Derived-Neurons and Organoids.

Modeling Human Cortical Interneuron Development and Its Dysregulation in Neurodevelopmental Disorders.

Gene Regulatory Networks That Regulate Neural Cell Fate Acquisition.

Lab Memberships

Kroll Lab (Principal Investigator/Director)


Contact

Address:
Washington University School of Medicine
660 S. Euclid Ave
Campus Box 8103
St.Louis, MO
63110, USA

Email: kkroll@wustl.edu

Web Page: https://krolllab.wustl.edu/

Phone:  314-362-7045


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