Staff Profiles

Jacqueline Bendrick

Research Associate

Jacqueline joined the Transgenic Technology team in 2019 as a Research Associate. Her work focuses on the development of molecular tools to label specific populations of neurons in the brain.  Prior to joining the Institute, Jacqueline worked as an undergraduate researcher in the Dubash Lab at Furman University, where she studied the role cell-cell adhesions play in the rate of migration of skin cancer cells. She graduated from Furman University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

Selected Publications

Enhancer viruses for combinatorial cell-subclass-specific labeling

March 23, 2021

Graybuck LT, Daigle TL, Sedeño-Cortés AE, Walker M, Kalmbach B, Lenz GH, Morin E, Nguyen TN, Garren E, Bendrick JL, Kim TK, Zhou T, Mortrud M, Yao S, Siverts LA, Larsen R, Gore BB, Szelenyi ER, Trader C, Balaram P, van Velthoven CTJ, Chiang M, Mich JK, Dee N, Goldy J, Cetin AH, Smith K, Way SW, Esposito L, Yao Z, Gradinaru V, Sunkin SM, Lein E, Levi BP, Ting JT, Zeng H, Tasic B.

Desmoplakin Harnesses Rho GTPase and p38 Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Signaling to Coordinate Cellular Migration

Journal of Investigative Dermatology
June 1, 2019

Bendrick JL, Eldredge LA, Williams EI, Haight NB, Dubash AD