Jessica Young

Assistant Member

University of Washington


Developmental Biology, Stem Cells & Aging


Alzheimer's disease modeling with induced pluripotent stem cells

Faculty Contact Information

Building: SLU South Research Building Room: S448 Box: 358056 Phone: 206-685-1568

Research Summary

The Young lab is interested in determining the cellular mechanisms behind genetic risk for sporadic Alzheimer’s disease (SAD). To do this we use human induced pluripotent stem cells from patients or engineered to harbor SAD genetic risk variants. We are interrogating how defects in vesicular trafficking/endocytosis and dysregulation of neuronal epigenetic networks contribute to disease.

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Lab Information

Location: SLU South Research Building
Building: S 441
Room: S 441
Box: 358056
Phone: 206-685-7149