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Sarah Rozelle


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Dr. Sarah S RozelleAssistant Teaching Professor
  • College
    College of Sciences
  • Department
    Biological Science
  • Phone
    (978) 934-2824
  • Office
    Olsen Hall - 413L
  • Email

Education

  • Ph D: Molecular Medicine, (2014), Boston University School of Medicine - Boston, MA
    Supporting Area: Program in Cell and Molecular Biology
  • BS: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, (2006), University of California at Davis - Davis, CA

Biography

A molecular biologist with a passion for teaching and a background of research of sickle cell anemia, stem cells, and leukemia.

Selected Publications

  • Park, S., Gianotti-Sommer, A., Molina-Estevez, F.J., Vanuytsel, K., Skvir, N., Leung, A., Rozelle, S., Shaikho, E.M., Weir, I., Jiang, Z., Luo, H.Y., Chui DHK, ., Figueiredo, M.S., Alsultan, A., Al-Ali, A., Sebastiani, P., Steinberg, M.H., Mostoslavsky, G., Murphy, G.J. (2017). A Comprehensive, Ethnically Diverse Library of Sickle Cell Disease-Specific Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells. Stem cell reports, 8(4) 1076-1085.
  • Smith, B.W., Rozelle, S., Leung, A., Ubellacker, J., Parks, A., Nah, S.K., French, D., Gadue, P., Monti, S., Chui, D.H., Steinberg, M.H., Frelinger, A.L., Michelson, A.D., Theberge, R., McComb, M.E., Costello, C.E., Kotton, D.N., Mostoslavsky, G., Sherr, D.H., Murphy, G.J. (2013). The aryl hydrocarbon receptor directs hematopoietic progenitor cell expansion and differentiation. Blood, 122(3) 376-85.
  • Gianotti-Sommer, A., Rozelle, S., Sullivan, S., Mills, J.A., Park, S.M., Smith, B.W., Iyer, A.M., French, D.L., Kotton, D.N., Gadue, P., Murphy, G.J., Mostoslavsky, G. (2013). Generation of human induced pluripotent stem cells from peripheral blood using the STEMCCA lentiviral vector. Harvard Stem Cell Institute
  • Sommer, A.G., Rozelle, S., Sullivan, S., Mills, J.A., Park, S.M., Smith, B.W., Iyer, A.M., French, D.L., Kotton, D.N., Gadue, P., Murphy, G.J., Mostoslavsky, G. (2012). Generation of human induced pluripotent stem cells from peripheral blood using the STEMCCA lentiviral vector. Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE, (68).