Dana Jackson

Lab Manager
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I am the lab manager for the Trapnell Lab. I am interested in the mechanisms that control cellular reprogramming. I received my Bachelors in Biology from Seattle Pacific University. Prior joining the Trapnell Lab, I was in the Basic Sciences Division at Fred Hutchinson CRC, where I studied the replication and biology of Foamy viruses. Life would not be complete without my beagle Bella.


Proteostasis governs differential temperature sensitivity across embryonic cell types

Multiplex single-cell chemical genomics reveals the kinase dependence of the response to targeted therapy

Single-cell analysis of chromatin and expression reveals age- and sex-associated alterations in the human heart

Single-cell landscape of nuclear configuration and gene expression during stem cell differentiation and X inactivation

Multipotent progenitors and hematopoietic stem cells arise independently from hemogenic endothelium in the mouse embryo

Engineering a niche supporting haematopoietic stem cell development using integrated single cell transcriptomics

Trajectory analysis quantifies transcriptional plasticity during macrophage polarization

High‐throughput, microscope‐based sorting to dissect cellular heterogeneity

Single-cell transcriptomic comparison of human fetal retina, hPSC-derived retinal organoids, and long-term retinal cultures

Massively multiplex chemical transcriptomics at single cell resolution

A pooled single-cell genetic screen identifies regulatory checkpoints in the continuum of the epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition

A genome-wide framework for mapping gene regulation via cellular genetic screens

Cicero predicts cis-regulatory DNA interactions from single-cell chromatin accessibility data

On the design of CRISPR-based single-cell molecular screens