Jennifer Hipp, PhD

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Residency, Pathology
University of Michigan Medical School

Email:  hippj@med.umich.edu

Education:
M.D., Wake Forest School of Medicine, 2011
Ph.D., Molecular Medicine, 2006-2009
Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC

B.S., Biology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2004

Current Research:

Application of stem cells and microarrays for regenerative medicine.

Honors and Awards:

National Research Service Award, NIAAA. MD/PhD Pre-Doctoral Fellow (F30AA16446-01A1)
M.D./Ph.D. Academic Scholarship, WFU School of Medicine (2004)
Pre-Cancer Research Training Award (Pre-CRTA) National Cancer Institute (2002)
Pre-Cancer Research Training Award (Pre-CRTA)
National Cancer Institute (2001)
Howard Hughes Undergraduate Science Enrichment Program (2000)
Doris A. Howell Foundation Research Scholarship (2000)
US Congressional Page, US House of Representatives (1998)

Grant support:

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 1F30AA016446-01A1 Hipp (PI) NIH

Publications:

Hipp JA, Hipp JD, Yoo JJ, Atala A, Andersson KE. Microarray analysis of bladder smooth muscle from patients with myelomeningocele. BJU Int. 2008 Sep;102(6):741-6.

Lu SJ, Hipp JA, Feng Q, Hipp JD, Lanza R, Atala A. GeneChip analysis of human embryonic stem cell differentiation into hemangioblasts: an in silico dissection of mixed phenotypes. Genome Biol. 2007;8(11):R240.

Hipp JD, Hipp JA, Lyday B, Minev B. Cancer Vaccines: An Update. In Vivo (2000) Sept-Oct; 14(5):517-85.

Abstracts:

Hipp JA, Hipp JD, Atala A, Soker, S. The effects of ethanol on amniotic fluid-derved stem cells. Wake Forest School of Medicine, Graduate Student Research Day 2007.

Hipp JD, Hipp JA, SIddiqui MM, Atala A, Soker S. Human amniotic fluid-derived stem cells and the transcriptional profiling of their multilineage differentiation. Wake Forest Univeristy School of Medicine, Graduate Student Research Day, 2005.

Lu SJ*, Hipp JA*, Feng Q, Hipp JD, Lanza R, Atala A. Genechip analysis of human embryonic stem cell differentiation into hemangioblasts: An in silico dissection of mixed phenotypes. North Carolina Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. Sept 2007. *Equal contributing authors

Presentations/Seminars:

Hipp JA (2007) The effects of ethanol on amniotic fluid-derved stem cells. Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society. "Current and Future Issues in Environmental Toxicology." RTP.

Hipp JA (2007) Bioinformatics. "Introduction to Regenerative Medicine" Wake Forest School of Medicine.

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