Jacquelyn Serfecz


Advanced Concentration

Genetics

Mentor

Rolf Renne, Ph.D. 

Department

Molecular Genetics & Microbiology 

Enrolled 

August 2013

Lab Room

CGR 375E 

Lab Phone

273-8214 

E-mail

jserfe01@ufl.edu 

Education 

B.S.,  Georgetown University-DC, 2006; M.S., Villanova University-PA, 2012

Dissertation Research

The Impact of Eukaryotic DExD/H box helicases on Lytic Replication of Kaposi's Sarcoma Associated Herpesvirus

Publications

A., Herman, J. Serfecz, A. Kinnally, K. Crosby, M. Youngman, D. Wykoff, J. Wilson. (2016) The bacterial iprA gene is conserved across Enterobacteriaceae, involved in oxidative stress resistance, and influences gene expression in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium. Journal of Bacteriology.

Y.,Liu, J. Ferguson, C. Xue, R. Ballantyne, I. Silverman, S. Gosai, J. Serfecz, M. Morley, B. Gregory, M. Li, M. Reilly. (2014) Tissue-Specific RNA-Seq in Human Evoked Inflammation Identifies Blood and Adipose LincRNA Signatures of Cardiometabolic Diseases. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 34:902912.

Abstracts Presented at Meetings

1. J.Serfecz, G. McFadden, M. Rahman, R. Renne. The Impact of Eukaryotic DExD/H box helicases on Lytic Replication of Kaposi's Sarcoma Associated Herpesvirus.
2016 Southeastern Regional Virology Conference (SERVC), Atlanta, GA (10 minute workshop session presentation)
2. J. Serfecz, K. Crosby, A.E., J.W. Wilson. Mutations in previously uncharacterized Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium transcriptional regulators cause altered cell adhesion and oxidative stress resistance. (2012)

2012 American Society for Microbiology (ASM) general meeting, San Francisco, CA (poster)

Honors & Awards

 


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