Barry R. Stripp, PhD

Bram and Elaine Goldsmith Chair in Gene Therapeutics Research

Director, Pulmonary Stem Cell Research

Director, Postdoctoral Scientist Program

Professor, Medicine

Professor, Biomedical Sciences

Barry R. Stripp, PhD

Barry R. Stripp, PhD

Bram and Elaine Goldsmith Chair in Gene Therapeutics Research

Director, Pulmonary Stem Cell Research

Director, Postdoctoral Scientist Program

Professor, Medicine

Professor, Biomedical Sciences

The research of Barry Stripp, PhD, focuses on lung stem/progenitor cell biology and defining mechanisms of normal tissue maintenance, repair and remodeling in disease. The Stripp Laboratory is particularly interested in understanding epithelial defects that contribute to the development of fibrotic lung disease and identifying new therapeutic approaches to help patients afflicted with these lung disorders.

  • Chen H, Matsumoto K, Brockway BL, Rackley CR, Liang J, Lee JH, Jiang D, Noble PW, Randell SH, Kim CF, Stripp BR. Airway epithelial progenitors are region specific and show differential responses to bleomycin-induced lung injury. Stem Cells. 2012 Sep;30(9):1948-1960.
  • Giangreco A, Arwert EN, Rosewell IR, Snyder J, Watt FM, Stripp BR. Stem cells are dispensable for lung homeostasis but restore airways after injury. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Jun 9;106(23):9286-9291.
  • Hashimoto S, Chen H, Que J, Brockway BL, Drake JA, Snyder JC, Randell SH, Stripp BR. β-Catenin-SOX2 signaling regulates the fate of developing airway epithelium. J Cell Sci. 2012 Feb 15;125(Pt 4):932-942.

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