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Intergenerational inheritance of nutritional states

Lempradl Laboratory
The Lempradl Laboratory traces the impact of nutrition and exposure to chemicals in an effort to develop ways to predict and prevent disease. Since previous work has shown that parental environment can have an impact on the next generation’s health, the lab focuses on the exposed generation and also their children.

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In the Press

Interview with Dr. Andrew Pospisilik and Dr. Heidi Lempradl
WGVU Morning Show with Shelley Irwin
20 March 2019

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The Lempradl Laboratory has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow with experience and publications in epigenetics, molecular biology and/or Drosophila research. The lab’s research explores intergenerational epigenetic inheritance, intergenerational toxicity and the impact of parental nutrition on development, with an eye toward development of preventative measures. For more information or to apply, please visit the posting here.