Principal Investigator

Ellen V. Rothenberg
Albert Billings Ruddock Professor of Biology
Phone: (626) 395-4992
Fax: (626) 449-0756
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Lab Members


Rochelle A. Diamond

Lab Manager
Flow Cytometry Facility Manager
Member of the Professional Staff
Phone: (626) 395-4947
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Satoshi Hirose
Postdoctoral Scholar
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Function of Bcl11b in early T cell development, especially the suppressive mechanism of Bcl11b against innate immune characters 

Hao Yuan Kueh
Postdoctoral Scholar
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Exploring the dynamics of immune cell fate control circuits on a single-cell level using live-cell imaging  

Kenneth Ng
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Intern
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Shuyang Qin
Undergraduate Research Student
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Effects of TCF-1 and ETS1 in early T-cell development 

Maria Lerica Quiloan
Research Technician
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I am responsible for lab and mouse colony management, including husbandry and genotyping, and am also involved in a number of different projects, including 1) defining signaling factors important for T-cell development, 2) characterizing developmental behavior of early DN T-cell progenitor subsets, and 3) characterizing fluorescent reporter expression in Bcl11b-YFP mice. 

Natalie Shih
Undergraduate Research Student
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Requirement of Gata3 in myeloid cells 

Maile Romero-Wolf
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine Intern
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Exploring the role of Bcl11b before and after T-cell commitment 

Jonas Ungerb├Ąck
Postdoctoral Scholar
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Decoding of gene regulatory networks in early T-cell development: What determines positive and negative transcriptional control? 

Xun Wang
Graduate Student
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Characterizing cis-regulatory elements and their functional roles in the gene regulatory network of early T cell commitment program 

Mary Yui
Senior Research Associate
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My research focuses on the genetic, cellular, and molecular factors controlling early T cell developmental checkpoints and lineage choice and their impact on susceptibility to autoimmune Type 1 diabetes and T-cell leukemias.