Michael J. Steinbaugh, PhD
Research Associate, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
677 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
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Research scientist with 10+ years of experience studying aging, metabolism, and transcription. Trained in genetics, bioinformatics, molecular biology, and microbiology. Specializing in high-throughput and computational approaches, including the use of next-generation sequencing and genome-wide screening.
Bioinformatics software and tutorials are available at steinbaugh.com.
- PhD, Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Michigan (2012)
- BS, Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics; Spanish Minor, UCLA (2005)
- Blackwell TK, Steinbaugh MJ, Hourihan JM, Ewald CY, Isik M.
SKN‑1/Nrf, stress responses, and aging in Caenorhabditis elegans.
Free Radic Biol Med 88:290-301. Review.
- Steinbaugh MJ, Narasimhan SD, Robida-Stubbs S, Moronetti Mazzeo LE,
Dreyfuss JM, Hourihan JM, Raghavan P, Operaña TN, Esmaillie R, Blackwell TK.
Lipid-mediated regulation of SKN‑1/Nrf in response to germ cell absence.
- Yoon JC, Ling AJ, Isik M, Lee DY, Steinbaugh MJ, Sack LM, Boduch AN,
Blackwell TK, Sinclair DA, Elledge SJ.
GLTSCR2/PICT1 links mitochondrial stress and Myc signaling.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 111:3781-6.
- Steinbaugh MJ, Sun LY, Bartke A, Miller RA.
Activation of genes involved in xenobiotic metabolism is a shared signature of
mouse models with extended lifespan.
Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 303:E488-95.
- Sun LY, Steinbaugh MJ, Masternak MM, Bartke A, Miller RA.
Fibroblasts from long-lived Snell and GHRKO mutant mice show diminished ERK
phosphorylation but exaggerated induction of immediate early genes.
Free Radic Biol Med 47:1753-61.