E. Camilla Forsberg, PhD

Graduation: 05/2001
Advisor: Bresnick, Emery
Current Position: Associate Professor
Biomolecular Engineering
Baskin School of Engineering
University of California, Santa Cruz
Research Interest: Biology of hematopoietic stem cells
Email: cforsberg (at) soe (dot) ucsc (dot) edu
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Alumni News

  • Camilla Forsberg is currently employed in the Baskin School of Engineering at the University of California-Santa Cruz. Her interests include hematopoietic stem cells, transcriptional regulation, chromatin, blood cell development, cell surface receptors, and genomics. Current and future classes of Camilla’s include a Seminar on Blood Cell Development, Engineering Stem Cells, and Stem Cell Biology.
  • Research Areas:
    • Chromatin blood cell development
    • Cell surface receptions
    • Genomics

Publications

Abstracts:

  • Bresnick EB, Forsberg EC, Johnson K, Christensen HM, and Im H (2001).Histone acetylation beyond promoters: Functional implications of broad acetylation patterns. Wisconsin Symposium II: The Analysis of Human Biology – Genes, Genomes, and Molecules, Madison, WI.
  • Forsberg EC, Johnson K, Downs KM, Christensen HM, Im H, Nuzzi PA, and Bresnick EB (2000). A developmentally dynamic histone acetylation pattern of the endogenous b-globin locus – implications for globin gene switching. American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  • Forsberg EC, Johnson K, Downs KM, Christensen HM, and Bresnick EB (2000). Coactivator requirements for long-range transactivation mediated by the b-globin locus control region. The Twelfth Conference on Hemoglobin Switching, Orcas Island, Washington.
  • Forsberg EC, Johnson K, Zaboikina TN, Mosser EA, and Bresnick EB (1999).Coactivator requirements for long-range transactivation mediated by the b-globin locus control region. American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Forsberg EC, Zaboikina TN, Versaw WK, Ahn NG, and Bresnick EH (1998).Mitogen-activated protein kinases enhance b-globin locus control region-mediated transactivation by increasing the formation and efficacy of transcription complexes. The Eleventh Conference on Hemoglobin Switching, Orcas Island, Washington.
  • Bresnick EH, Mosser EA, Versaw WK, Forsberg EC, Kasanov JD, Kay BK, and Ney PA (1998). Involvement of histone acetylases, ubiquitin ligases, and mitogen-activated protein kinase signaling in long-range transactivation by the beta-globin locus control region. Cold Spring Harbor Symposium on Transcriptional Mechanisms, Cold Spring Harbor, New York.
  • Bresnick EH, Tze L, Eisenman HC, Forsberg EC, Lam LT, and Versaw WK (1997). Distance-dependent and -independent mechanisms of transcriptional activation by the human b-globin locus control region. Red Cell Gordon Conference, Tilton, New Hampshire.
  • Forsberg EC, Lam LT, Yang X, Nakatani Y, and Bresnick EH (1997). Nuclear histone acetyltransferase complexes in erythroid cells. Red Cell Gordon Conference, Tilton, New Hampshire