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Noelle Germain, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Genetics and Genome Sciences
Academic Office Location:
Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences
University of Connecticut Health Center
400 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06032
Phone: 860-679-3828
Website(s):

Genetics and Genome Sciences

Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.S.Roger Williams UniversityBiology
B.A.Roger Williams UniversityChemistry
Ph.D.Wesleyan UniversityStem Cell Biology

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
PostdoctoralUniversity of Connecticut Health CenterResearch Fellowship Investigating the Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Angelman Syndrome and Dup15q Syndrome Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Models

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Dr. Joseph E. Wagstaff Postdoctoral Research FellowshipAngelman Syndrome Foundation
NIH Loan Repayment Program in Pediatric Research, RenewalNational Center for Advancing Translational Sciences
Barry Kiefer Prize for Graduate Research in BiologyWesleyan University
Chris Meyer Senior Award in Biology for Academic Excellence in the College of Arts and SciencesRoger Williams University

Journal Articles

Reviews

Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Investigating the efficacy of novel therapeutic approaches for restoring UBE3A expression in human Angelman syndrome neuronsTalkAngelman Syndrome Foundation Research Symposium2019Louisville, KY
Investigating novel therapeutic approaches for restoring UBE3A expression in human Angelman syndrome neuronsTalkOrganizzazione Sindrome di Angelman2018Assisi, Italy
Investigating the efficacy of novel therapeutic approaches for restoring UBE3A expression in human Angelman syndrome neuronsPosterUCONN Postdoc Research Day2017Farmington, CT
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC) Models of Angelman SyndromeTalk4th European Angelman Syndrome Scientific Conference / ASSERT2015Liverpool, United Kingdom
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Models of Chromosome 15q Duplication SyndromePosterStemCONN2015Hartford, CT
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Models of Chromosome 15q Duplication SyndromePosterKeystone Symposium “Pathways of Neurodevelopmental Disorders”2015Tahoe City, CA
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Models of 15q Duplication SyndromePosterMiami Winter Symposium “The Molecular Basis of Brain Disorders”2014Miami, FL
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Models of 15q Duplication SyndromeTalk6th Annual New Jersey Stem Cell Research Symposium2012Bridgewater, NJ
From Embryonic Stem Cell to NeuronTalkConnecticut Stem Cell Retreat at Wesleyan University2012Middletown, CT
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Models of 15q Duplication SyndromePoster6th Annual New Jersey Stem Cell Research Symposium2012Bridgewater, NJ
Morphogenesis, Patterning, and Differentiation of ESC-derived Neural RosettesPoster9th Annual International Society for Stem Cell Research Meeting2011Toronto, Canada
Morphogenesis, Patterning, and Differentiation of ESC-derived Neural RosettesPosterStemCONN2011Farmington, CT
Derivation and Isolation of Human Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Forse1+ Neural Stem CellsPoster8th Annual International Society for Stem Cell Research Meeting2010San Francisco, CA
Human Embryonic Stem Cell-Derived Neural Stem Cells Migrate and Differentiate Following Transplantation to the Mouse HippocampusPoster7th Annual International Society for Stem Cell Research Meeting2009Barcelona, Spain
Enrichment of Embryonic Stem Cell Derived Neural Stem Cells and Transplantation into the Mouse HippocampusPosterStemCONN2009Farmington, CT
A Role for Sonic Hedgehog in Embryonic Stem Cell Neurogenesis in vitro and Following Transplant to the Mouse HippocampusPoster6th Annual International Society for Stem Cell Research Meeting2008Philadelphia, PA
The Growth and Adhesion of Two Mouse Mesothelial Cell Lines are Related to their Rates of Tumor FormationPoster45th Annual American Society for Cell Biology Meeting2005San Francisco, CA