Luke Bartelt

Luke BarteltUPGG Graduate Student (2019)
Lowe Lab
289 CARL, 3175 DUMC
Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-613-1754
Fax: 919-684-2790
luke.bartelt@duke.edu

 

INTERESTS:

Research Interest: Neurodegenerative disease, single-cell genomics, gene regulation, sequencing technologies

Personal Interests: Disc golf, craft beer, soccer, philosophy, macroeconomics

Publications List: Pickar-Oliver, A., Black, J.B., Lewis, M.M., Mutchnick, K.J., Klann, T.S., Gilcrest, K.A., Sitton, M.A., Nelson, C.E., Barrera, A., Bartelt, L.C., Reddy, T.E., Beisel, C.L., Barrangou, R., Gersbach, C.A., Targeted transcriptional modulation with type I CRISPR–Cas systems in human cells. Nature Biotechnology 37, 1493–1501 (2019).                    D’Ippolito, A.M., McDowell, I.C., Barrera, A., Hong, L.K., Leichter, S.M., Bartelt, L.C., Vockley, C.M., Majoros, W.H., Safi, A., Song, L., Gersbach, C.A. and Reddy, T.E. (2018). Pre-established chromatin interactions mediate the genomic response to glucocorticoids. Cell systems, 7(2), pp.146-160                        McDowell, I.C., Barrera, A., D’Ippolito, A.M., Vockley, C.M., Hong, L.K., Leichter, S.M., Bartelt, L.C., Majoros, W.H., Song, L., Safi, A., Koçak, D.D., Gersbach, C.A., Hartemink, A.J., Engelhardt, B.E., Crawford, G.E., Reddy, T.E. (2018). Glucocorticoid receptor recruits to enhancers and drives activation by motif-directed binding. Genome research28(9), pp.1272-1284.