Whitlock Lab Members
Department of Molecular Pharmacology

James P. Whitlock Jr., MD
R363
voice: 723-8233
email: jpwhit@leland.Stanford.EDU
  • Mechanism of dioxin action
  • Regulation of transcription
Steve Okino, PhD
Senior Research Scientist
R301
voice: 723-7376
  • Dioxin-responsive genes
  • Hypoxia-responsive genes
  • Protein-DNA interactions
  • Chromatin structure
Regina Clarke-Katzenberg
Life Science Research Assistant II
R301
voice: 723-7376
email: rhck@leland.stanford.edu
  • Dioxin-responsive genes
  • Hypoxia-responsive genes
Earl N. Meyer
Lab Staff
R301 and R365

email: M.T.Head@leland.stanford.edu
  • Dioxin and farm ecology
Mei-Sze Chua, PhD
Postdoc
R365
voice:
email:
  • Dioxin-responsive genes
  • Transcriptional control
Marc Fremont, PhD
Postdoc
R365
voice: 723-7376
email:
  • Post-transcriptional effects of dioxin
Letetia Jones, PhD
Postdoc
R301
voice: 723-7376
email: letetia@leland.stanford.edu
  • Mechanism of transactivation
  • Protein-protein interactions
Heng Tao, PhD
Postdoc
R301
voice: 723-7898
email:
  • Chromatin Structure
Lin Gao
Graduate Student
R365
voice: 723-7898
email: lingao@leland.stanford.edu
  • Novel dioxin-responsive genes
  • Transcriptional control
Kavita Sarin
Undergraduate
R301
voice: 723-7376
email: ksarin@leland.stanford.edu
  • Protein-protein interactions
  • Transactivation


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