Steven Claypool, Ph.D.
Associate ProfessorDepartment of Physiology
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Steven Claypool is a product of California’s public education system having received both his BA and MA from UCSB. Steven’s PhD thesis focused on the trafficking of the neonatal Fc Receptor in polarized epithelial cells, work that was performed under the tutelage of Dr. Richard S. Blumberg at Harvard Medical School. For his postdoctoral studies, Steven switched gears and joined the laboratory of Dr. Carla Koehler at UCLA. There, he began his investigation of mitochondrial phospholipid metabolism, work that is the foundation for the numerous studies ongoing in the CLAYPOOL Lab at Hopkins.
BS, Cellular and Molecular Biochemistry (2012),
The University of Texas El Paso
6th Year BCMB Graduate Student email@example.com
BS, Physiology (2009), College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria
MBBS (2013), College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria
5th year CMP Graduate Student
AHA Predoctoral Fellow
Thesis awarded the Alicia Showalter Reynolds Young Investigator Award
AS, Science & Mathematics (2012), City College of San Francisco
BS, Biology, Human Physiology (2015), San Francisco State
3rd year CMP Graduate Student
NSF Graduate Research Fellow
PhD, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (2012), Michigan State University
Presently an Operations Coordinator, Office of the Scientific Director, National Institute of Aging.
PhD, Biochemistry, Cellular, and Molecular Biology Graduate Program (2015)
Presently a post-doctoral fellow, Cardiometabolic Disorders, Amgen Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD, Biochemistry, Cellular, and Molecular Biology Graduate Program (2016)
Presently a post-doctoral fellow in Matthew Bogyo’s Lab, Stanford University email@example.com
PhD, Biochemistry, Cellular, and Molecular Biology Graduate Program (2014)
Thesis awarded the Mette Strand Young Investigator Award
Presently a post-doctoral fellow in Scott Emr’s Lab, Cornell University firstname.lastname@example.org
MA, Cellular and Molecular Physiology Program (2011)
Presently in the Master’s in Neurobiology Program, Northwestern University email@example.com
Presently an agricultural laboratory scientist III working with the Maryland Dept. of Agriculture, Salisbury, MD firstname.lastname@example.org
Presently a Junior at Johns Hopkins University, Homewood Campus. He left our lab to join an Undergraduate Summer Training Program at Harvard University.
Kiyea was a SARE-Summer Academic Research Experience-intern in our lab. She is currently a Senior High School student from Green Street Academy.