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Izabella Damm, B.S.

Izabella Damm, B.S.

Staff Research Associate


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  • 1978 Medical Institute, Dept.of Medical Analytic, Warsaw, Poland (graduated as Medical Technologist)
  • 1980 Pedagogical University, Dept of Chemistry,Warsaw, Poland (graduated with Bachelor in Science)
  • Cell-based assays including elisa
  • Dna and rna isolation
  • Dna cloning
  • Enzymatic assays
  • Mammalian cell culture
  • Promoter-reporter luciferase assay
  • Protein expression and purification from bacteria
  • Transfection techniques
  • Yeast and mammalian cells

Izabella Damm recently joined our lab as a staff research associate. She hails from Poland where she did her undergraduate work but has been at UCSF for over 24 years in Dr. Walter L Miller's group where she had a lab management role and was providing molecular and cell biology support for research in human steroid biosynthesis. Izabella has been acknowledged as a contributor for 13 research articles in peer reviewed journals published by the Miller lab in USCF from 2005 to 2013 as well as a named co-author on one.  

  1. Sigdel TK, Bestard O, Tran TQ, Hsieh SC, Roedder S, Damm I, Vincenti F, Sarwal MM. A Computational Gene Expression Score for Predicting Immune Injury in Renal Allografts. PLoS One. 2015; 10(9):e0138133. View in PubMed
  2. Mugg A, Legeza B, Tee MK, Damm I, Long RK, Miller WL. Quantitation of CYP24A1 enzymatic activity with a simple two-hybrid system. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2015 Feb; 100(2):684-8. View in PubMed
  3. Tee MK, Huang N, Damm I, Miller WL. Transcriptional regulation of the human P450 oxidoreductase gene: hormonal regulation and influence of promoter polymorphisms. Mol Endocrinol. 2011 May; 25(5):715-31. View in PubMed
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