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Alice  Heicklen
Alice Heicklen, PhD
Lecturer
Associate Member

Department: Biological Sciences

744 Mudd Building MC2454
212-854-5952
ah2289@columbia.edu


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Disease Models: Cardiovascular Diseases, Congenital Disorders

Stem Cell Categories:

Model Organisms:

Themes: Heart, Stem Cell Biology

Unraveling GATA4's transcriptional regulation in heart development and maintenance. PI on the NYSTEM summer undergraduate program in stem cell science Director of the Columbia University Summer undergraduate research fellowship (SURF)



Publications:

Heicklen-Klein, A.,McReynolds, L.J., and Evans, T. (2005)
Using the zebrafish model to study GATA transcription factors Semin. Cell Dev. Biol. 16:95-106. (2005)

Heicklen-Klein, A., and Evans, T. (2004)
T-Box binding sites are required for activity of a cardiac GATA-4 enhancer. Dev. Biol 267:490-504. (2004)

Ozraeli, R., Koay, G., Lamish, M.,Heicklen-klein, A., Heffner, H.E., heffner, R.S., and Wollberg, Z.(2002)
Cross-modal neuroplasticity in blind hamsters: structure, electrophysiology, and behavior. Eur. J. Neurosci. 15:693-712. (2002)

Heicklen-Klein, A. and Ginzburg, I. (2000)
Tau promoter confers neuronal specificity and binds Sp1 and AP-2. J. Neurochem 75(4):1408-1418. (2000)

Heicklen-Klein, A., Aronov, S., and Ginzburg, I.(2000)
Tau promoter activity in neuronally differentiated P19 cells. Mol. Brain Res. 874(1):1-9. (2000)

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