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Jingjing Kipp

  • jkipp@depaul.edu
  • Associate Professor, Reproductive Biology
  • ​PhD​
  • Biological Sciences
  • (773) 325-4646
  • ​McGowan North, Room 206
Website: http://condor.depaul.edu/jkipp/index.htm        

Classes Taught
  • Vertebrate Physiology (Bio 310)
  • Mammalian Physiology (Bio 202)
  • Mammalian Reproduction (Bio 385/485)
  • Graduate Student Research Topic Development (Bio 400)
Research Interests

The Kipp laboratory uses a broad spectrum of molecular, cellular, biochemical, genetic, morphological and physiological approaches to investigate hormone signaling and gene regulation in the regulation of ovary development in the mouse. 

Select Publications
Kipp JL, Lambert-Messerlian G, Eklund E, Rodriguez G, Demczuk M, and Gundogan F. (2012) Expression of Transcription Factors Controlling alpha Inhibin Gene Expression in Placental Tissues from Pregnancies Affected by Fetal Down Syndrome. Prenat. Diagn. 32(3):302-5

Kipp JL, Golebiowski A, Rodriguez G, Demczuk M, Kilen S, and Mayo KE. (2011) Gene Expression Profiling Reveals Cyp26b1 to be an Activin Regulated Gene Involved in Ovarian Granulosa Cell Proliferation. Endocrinology. 152(1):303-12. 

Kipp JL, and Mayo KE. (2009) Use of Reporter Genes to Study the Activity of Promoters. Methods Mol Biol. 590:177-93. 

Professional Activities
  • Early Career Reviewer, NIH
  • Reviewer, Endocrinology  and other related journals
  • Reviewer, The Endocrine Society Abstracts and Awards​
  • Chair, Nominating Committee, Women in Endocrinology, The Endocrine Society
  • Member, Center for Reproductive Science, Northwestern University​
  • Poster Judge, Endocrine Society Annual Meeting/Illinois Symposium on Reproductive Sciences in Health and Disease Annual Meeting/Northwestern University CRS Annual Minisymposium on Reproductive Science
  • Instructor, Oncofertility Saturday Academy for Minority High School Girls
    Professional Society Memberships
    • The Endocrine Society
    • The Society for the Study of Reproduction ​