Alicia Rogers

Alicia Rogers

Alicia Rogers PhD student arogers@caltech.edu Project: My focus in the lab is to identify and validate potential interacting partners of Piwi, and elucidate the molecular mechanism by which Piwi establishes repressive marks on chromatin at sites of transposable elements in the genome. Education: Baylor University, Waco, TX Bachelor of Science in Informatics Degree in Bioinformatics Minor in Chemistry California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA Division of Biology Graduate Student Research Experience: 06/2010–08/2010:  Amgen Scholarship Program, summer intern in the Davidson lab, Caltech 06/2009–08/2009:  Southern California Bioinformatics Summer Institute, summer intern in the Wold lab, Caltech 08/2007–06/2011:  Laboratory Assistant in the Nam lab, Baylor University Teaching experience: 03/2012–06/2014:  TA, Principles of Biology, Caltech 01/2008–06/2011: Tutor, Engineering & Computer Science Living and Learning Center Awards: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Publications: Le Thomas, A., Rogers, AK., Webster, A., Marinov, GK., Liao, SE., Perkins, EM., Hur, JK., Aravin, AA. and Fejes Tóth, K. (2013) Piwi induces piRNA-guided transcriptional silencing and establishment of a repressive chromatin state. Genes Dev. 27(4):390-9 Chen G, Rogers AK, League GP, Nam SC. (2011) Genetic interaction of centrosomin and bazooka in apical domain regulation in Drosophila photoreceptor. PLoS One. 6(1).  ...