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Old August 11th, 2013, 04:08 PM
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The Heinrich Jasper, PhD, Professor of Buck Institute.

Heinrich Jasper, PhD, Professor

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2013

Hongjie Li, Yanyan Qi... Heinrich Jasper "Dpp Signaling Determines Regional Stem Cell Identity in the Regenerating Adult Drosophila Gastrointestinal Tract." Cell Rep 4:1 10-18

Jason Karpac, Heinrich Jasper... Heinrich Jasper "Aging: seeking mitonuclear balance." Cell 154:2 271-3
2012

Subir Kapuria, Jason Karpac... Heinrich Jasper "Notch-mediated suppression of TSC2 expression regulates cell differentiation in the Drosophila intestinal stem cell lineage." PLoS Genet. 8:11 e1003045

Heinrich Jasper, Brian K Kennedy... Brian K Kennedy "Niche science: The aging stem cell." Cell Cycle 11:16 2959-60

Ellen Miriam Kelsey, Xi Luo... Heinrich Jasper "Schnurri regulates hemocyte function to promote tissue recovery after DNA damage." Journal of cell science 125:Pt 6 1393-400
2011

Benoit Biteau, Christine E Hochmuth... Heinrich Jasper "Maintaining tissue homeostasis: dynamic control of somatic stem cell activity." Cell Stem Cell 9:5 402-11

Jason Karpac, Andrew Younger... Heinrich Jasper "Dynamic coordination of innate immune signaling and insulin signaling regulates systemic responses to localized DNA damage." Dev. Cell 20:6 841-54

Matthew DeGennaro, Thomas Ryan Hurd... Ruth Lehmann "Peroxiredoxin stabilization of DE-cadherin promotes primordial germ cell adhesion." Dev. Cell 20:2 233-43

Benoît Biteau, Heinrich Jasper... Heinrich Jasper "EGF signaling regulates the proliferation of intestinal stem cells in Drosophila." Development 138:6 1045-55

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Buck Institute for Research on Aging
8001 Redwood Blvd, Novato, CA, United States ‎
+1 415-209-2000

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Old December 28th, 2014, 06:52 PM
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Heinrich (Henri) Jasper is a German-American biologist at Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Heinrich (Henri) Jasper former professor of biology at The University of Rochester.




Education:

Jasper Educated from Alexander von Humboldt School.
Diploma In Biochemistry form University of Tübingen, Germany
PhD in Biology from University of Heidelberg.

Honors and Awards
Glenn Foundation Award for Research in Biological Mechanisms of Aging (2010)
Wilmot Assistant Professorship in Arts, Sciences and Engineering (2009)
The Ellison Medical Foundation: Senior Scholar Award in Aging (2008)

Employment History

Assistant Professor of Biology
University of Rochester
Associate Professor of Biology
University of Rochester
Research Assistant Professor
University of Rochester Medical Center

Publication:

Control of metabolic adaptation to fasting by dILP6-induced insulin signaling in Drosophila oenocytes.
Integration of UPRER and Oxidative Stress Signaling in the Control of Intestinal Stem Cell Proliferation.
Slit/Robo Signaling Regulates Cell Fate Decisions in the Intestinal Stem Cell Lineage of Drosophila.
Epithelial regeneration and cancer: news from the Src front.
Studying Aging in Drosophila.
PGRP-SC2 Promotes Gut Immune Homeostasis to Limit Commensal Dysbiosis and Extend Lifespan.
Promoting longevity by maintaining metabolic and proliferative homeostasis.
Studying Aging in Drosophila
Sirtuins: Longevity focuses on NAD(+).
Misregulation of an Adaptive Metabolic Response Contributes to the Age-Related Disruption of Lipid Homeostasis in Drosophila.
Aging: seeking mitonuclear balance.
Dpp Signaling Determines Regional Stem Cell Identity in the Regenerating Adult Drosophila Gastrointestinal Tract.
Intestinal inflammation and stem cell homeostasis in aging Drosophila melanogaster.
Notch-Mediated Suppression of TSC2 Expression Regulates Cell Differentiation in the Drosophila Intestinal Stem Cell Lineage.
Niche science: the aging stem cell.
Schnurri regulates hemocyte function to promote tissue recovery after DNA damage.
Maintaining tissue homeostasis: dynamic control of somatic stem cell activity.
Dynamic coordination of innate immune signaling and insulin signaling regulates systemic responses to localized DNA damage.

Contact Details:
hjasper@buckinstitute.org
Phone: 415-209-2275
Administrative Laboratory Manager: Suzy Jackson
sjackson@buckinstitute.org
Phone: 415-209-2071

Buck Institute for Research on Aging
8001 Redwood Blvd, Novato, CA, United States ‎
+1 415-209-2000 ‎

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