Roger A Pedersen, PhD

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1971-2001 University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 
 2001- University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Regenerative Medicine, embryonic stem cells
Website:
https://selectbiosciences.com/conferences/biographies.aspx?speaker=219225&conf=scdd2017
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"Roger Arnold Pedersen"
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http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/890310949
DOI: 10.1002/jez.1401770108
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4742352/
ROGER A. PEDERSEN is Professor of Radiology and Anatomy at the University of California at San Francisco, where he teaches developmental biology and mammalian embryology. He received his B.A. degree from Stanford University in 1965 and his Ph.D. under Clement Markert at Yale University in 1970. He pursued postdoctoral research with John Biggers at the Johns Hopkins University, beginning his studies using the mouse embryo as a model system for mammalian embryonic development. Since 1971, Dr. Pedersen has been a member of the Laboratory of Radiobiology and Environmental Health at the University of California. His research has involved mechanisms of embryotoxicity and repair in early mammalian development, analysis of cell potency and fate in pre- and postimplantation mouse embryos, and mechanisms of genomic imprinting in mammals.
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Parents

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Clement Lawrence Markert grad student 1970 Yale (DevTree)
 (Specific gene multiplicity in evolution and development.)
John Biggers post-doc 1971 Johns Hopkins (Cell Biology Tree)

Children

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Jean Bennett post-doc 1980-1982 UCSF
Carol A. Burdsal post-doc 1990-1995 UCSF (Cell Biology Tree)
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Zawada D, Kornherr J, Meier AB, et al. (2023) Retinoic acid signaling modulation guides in vitro specification of human heart field-specific progenitor pools. Nature Communications. 14: 1722
Hyun I, Clayton EW, Cong Y, et al. (2021) ISSCR guidelines for the transfer of human pluripotent stem cells and their direct derivatives into animal hosts. Stem Cell Reports
Dirks RAM, van Mierlo G, Kerstens HHD, et al. (2019) Allele-specific RNA-seq expression profiling of imprinted genes in mouse isogenic pluripotent states. Epigenetics & Chromatin. 12: 14
Bernardo AS, Jouneau A, Marks H, et al. (2018) Mammalian embryo comparison identifies novel pluripotency genes associated with the naïve or primed state. Biology Open
Xing Y, Zhao S, Wei Q, et al. (2018) A novel piperidine identified by stem cell based screening attenuates pulmonary arterial hypertensionregulating BMP2 and PTGS2 levels. The European Respiratory Journal
Moreau T, Evans AL, Vasquez L, et al. (2017) Corrigendum: Large-scale production of megakaryocytes from human pluripotent stem cells by chemically defined forward programming. Nature Communications. 8: 15076
Pawlowski M, Ortmann D, Bertero A, et al. (2017) Inducible and Deterministic Forward Programming of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells into Neurons, Skeletal Myocytes, and Oligodendrocytes. Stem Cell Reports
Juan AH, Wang S, Ko KD, et al. (2017) Roles of H3K27me2 and H3K27me3 Examined during Fate Specification of Embryonic Stem Cells. Cell Reports. 18: 297
Juan AH, Wang S, Ko KD, et al. (2016) Roles of H3K27me2 and H3K27me3 Examined during Fate Specification of Embryonic Stem Cells. Cell Reports. 17: 1369-1382
Mascetti VL, Pedersen RA. (2016) Contributions of Mammalian Chimeras to Pluripotent Stem Cell Research. Cell Stem Cell. 19: 163-75
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