Philip Jordan, PhD, studies how cells accurately pass on their DNA from one generation to the next and the diseases that are caused when this goes wrong.
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards
- Wellard SR, Zhang Y, Shults C, Zhao X, McKay M, Murray SA, Jordan PW (2021) Overlapping Roles for PLK1 and Aurora A kinases during Meiotic Centrosome Biogenesis in Mouse Spermatocytes. EMBO Rep. e51023.
- Pryzhkova MP, Xu M and Jordan PW. (2020) Adaptation of the AID system for stem cell and transgenic mouse research. Stem Cell Research. (49): 102078.
- Alisa Atkins, Michelle J. Xu, Maggie Li, Nathaniel P. Rogers, Marina V. Pryzhkova, Philip W. Jordan (2020) SMC5/6 is required for replication fork stability and faithful chromosome segregation during neurogenesis. eLife. e61171.
- Wellard S, Schindler K and Jordan PW (2020) Aurora B and Aurora C kinases regulate synaptonemal complex disassembly in male mice and humans. J. Cell Sci. 133: jcs248831.
- Little T and Jordan PW. (2020) PLK1 is required for normal chromosome compaction and microtubule organization in mouse oocytes. Molecular Biology of the Cell. (31), 1206–1217.