Jamie is a graduate student in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics. She is also a part of the Public Health Certificate Program. She graduated from Haverford College in 2011 with a B.A. in Chemistry, concentration in Biochemistry, and minor in Art History. Jamie enjoys playing, coaching, and watching soccer, photography, playing the piano, and bar trivia. She is originally from Branchburg, New Jersey.
DeNizio, J.E., S.J. Elsässer SJ, and B.E. Black. (2014). DAXX co-folds with H3.3/H4 using high local stability conferred by the H3.3 variant recognition residues. Nucl. Acids Res. pdf file link
Karch K.R., J.E. DeNizio, B.E. Black, and B.A. Garcia. (2013). Identification and interrogation of combinatorial histone modifications. Front. Genet. 4:264. pdf file link
Bassett, E.A., J. DeNizio, M.C. Barnhart-Dailey, T. Panchenko, N. Sekulic, D.J. Rogers, D.R. Foltz, B.E. Black. (2012). HJURP uses distinct CENP-A surfaces to recognize and to stabilize CENP-A/histone H4 for centromere assembly. Dev. Cell. 22(4):749-62. pdf file link