The Joss-Moore Lab studies how perinatal insults affect essential fatty acid driven molecular mechanisms predisposing to lung disease. We seek to understand contributions from the placenta, epigenetic signaling pathways, and fatty acid sub-types, as well as the mechanisms behind sex-divergent responses. Our studies involve molecular, morphometric, physiologic and genomic approaches. Our research is supported by the National Institutes of Health, and Primary Children’s Hospital Foundation.
- Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, University of Sydney
- Doctor of Philosophy, Biochemistry, University of Sydney
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Biochemistry, University of Utah
- Master of Science, Nutrition, University of Utah
Lisa Joss-Moore, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics, and Department of Nutrition and Integrated Physiology (adjunct), at the University of Utah. Dr Joss-Moore’s focus is research and education. She is Director of the Pre-Award Office for the Department of Pediatrics ‘Pediatric Research Enterprise’. She teaches grant and manuscript writing locally and nationally. She also teaches graduate level genetic and epigenetic nutritional biochemistry (NU6400).