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Researcher | Research Overview

Lab Web Site:  Pu Lab

Dr. Pu's laboratory is interested in the regulation of gene expression in heart development and heart failure. They use conditional gene knockout and overexpression approaches to manipulate gene expression in mice and in primary cultured cells. They are currently investigating the tissue-specific function of the transcription factor Gata4. They are also studying the effect of microRNAs on gene expression, heart development, and heart function.

Goals of Dr. Pu's research include:

  • to understand the transcriptional network regulating heart development
  • to understand the contribution of microRNAs to regulating heart development and heart function
  • to understand genetic contributions to congenital heart disease

Researcher | Research Background

William Pu received an MD from Harvard Medical School. He completed his internship, residency and a cardiology fellowship at Boston Children's Hospital.


Researcher | Publications