Jeff Franklin

Current: Exosome and Secreted RNA Function in Cancer/ Intestinal Stem Cell Biology/ EGFR Signaling and Cell Polarity Research Assistant Professor Epithelial Biology Center and Medicine/GI MRB4 room 10415D Nashville, TN 37232-0441 Training: Research Associate Northwestern University, Chicago, Il,/ Developmental Neurobiology/Notch Signaling in Mouse Neurogenesis IRTA Postdoctoral Fellow NIH, NICHD-LMG, Bethesda Maryland/ Zebrafish-Cadherin Mediated Cell Adhesion in Neural Development/ Developmental Biology Graduate School (PhD) Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN/ Department of Molecular Biology/ Bacteriophage T4 Molecular Genetics Undergraduate BA, Haverford College, Haverford PA/ Chemistry Major

The study of RNAs that do not produce proteins, so-called noncoding RNAs, has been an active area of research for many years. Recently, new kinds of non-coding RNAs have been MORE

Secreted RNAs leave the intracellular environment by associating with diverse vesicular and protein components. Secreted vesicles are heterogeneous and follow various routes of egress from the cell (1). Subclasses of MORE