Research Focus

Research Project: Engineering human liver tissue to study liver disease and regeneration.


Molecular Medicine Training Grant, 2017-2018

Pathology Retreat Graduate Student Poster Award, 2016

Wellcome Image Award, 2016

Koch Institute Image Award, 2016



  1. Stevens KR, Scull MA, Ramanan V, Fortin CL, Chaturvedi RR, Knouse KA, Xioa JW, Fung C,Mirabella T, Chen AX, McCue MG, Yang M, Fleming HE, Chung K, de Jong YP, Chen CS, Rice CM, Bhatia SN. In situ expansion of engineered human liver tissue in a mouse model of chronic liver disease. Science Translational Medicine. 2017.
  2. Alshanbayeva A, Thomas A, Tremblay M, Abbas M, Abdurrob F, Almojel T, Aparicio A, Asarpota D, Ayers A, Aziz A, Bishop J, Christie T, Chua MJM, Chung O, Dhar N, Diedrich A, Fortin C, He Q, Heerboth S, Hok R, Khedkar A, Kitchloo S, Lawlor C, Leonard B, Linderman S, Maloyan M, Miller L, Pak C, Pandita A, Park I, Patel N, Ramachandran J, Reynoso M, Samaha Y, Thole G, Turnbill J, Xia L, Zhu J, Navarro C, Gilmore TD. N- and C-terminal non-conserved residues contribute to transactivation by a sea anemone (Nematostella vectensis) NF-kB transcription factor. BIOS. 2015. 86(4); 165-175.