Editor
Jie Zhu
  • Research scientist, XCell Science Inc
Research focus
  • Stem cell

Education

Ph.D., Miami University, 2013

Publications

1. Neves J, Chirco KR, Cedron-Craft W, Chew S, Zhu J, Heinrich J, Lamba DA. MANF delivery improves retinal homeostasis and cell replacement therapies in ageing mice. Experimental Gerontology, 2020 (in press) .
2. Zhu J, Lamba DA. Small molecule-based retinal differentiation of human embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells. Bio-protocol 2018, 8(12): e2882.
3. Zhu J, Reynolds J, Thelma Garcia, Cifuentes H, Shereen Chew, Xianming Zeng, Lamba DA. Generation of transplantable retinal photoreceptors from a cGMP-manufactured human iPSC line. Stem Cells Translational Medicine 2018, 7(2): 210-219. (Journal cover image)
4. Zhu J, Cifuentes H, Reynolds J, Lamba DA. Immunosuppression via loss of IL2rγ enhances long-term functional integration of hESC-derived photoreceptors in the mouse retina. Cell Stem Cells 2017, 20: 1-11.
5. Neves J, Zhu J, Sousa-Victor P, Konjikusie M, Riley R, Chew S, Qi Y, Jasper H, Lamba D A. Immune modulation by MANF promotes tissue repair and regenerative success in the retina. Science 2016, 353(6294): aaf3646.
6. Zhu J, Lamba DA. Restoring vision: where are we with stem cells? Current Ophthalmology Reports 2015, 3(3):192-199.
7. Zhu J, Luz-Madrigal A, Haynes T, Zavada J, Burke A, Del Rio-Tsonis K. β-catenin inactivation is a pre-requisite for chick retina regeneration. PloS One 2014, 9(7): e101748.
8. (The article was selected as the Key Scientific Research Article by Global Medical Discovery, Nov. 29, 2014).
9. Zhu J, Zhang E, Del Rio-Tsonis K. Eye Anatomy eLS, November 2012.
10. Suetsugu-Maki R, Maki N, Nakamura K, Sumanas S, Zhu J, Del Rio-Tsonis K, Tsonis PA. Lens regeneration in axolotl: new evidence of developmental plasticity. BMC Biology 2012, 10:103.
11. Zhu J, Zhang X. Histological study on the skin of Paralichthys olivaceus larvae. Journal of Ocean University of China (English Edition) 2005, 51(2): 197-204.
12. Zhu J, Zhang X. Morphological studies on the development of melanophores and scales in malpigmented Paralichthys olivaceus. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica 2004, 28(6): 19-24.
13. Zhu J, Zhang X, Gao T. Comparisons of DHA and EPA contents in skin and muscle between normal and albino Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus. Journal of Fisheries of China 2004, 28(2): 74-78.
14. Zhu J, Zhang X, Gao T. Ultrastructural observation on skin chloride cells in Japanese flounder and turbot larvae. High Technology Letters 2003, 9(1): 31-34.
15. Gao T, Zhang X, Zhu J. Study on the sequences of mitochondrial cytochrome b gene of malpigmented Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus. Journal of Fishery Science of China 2003, 10(2): 93-96.
16. Zhu J, Zhang X, Gao T. Development and ultrastructural observation of larval turbot skin. Journal of Fishery of China 2002, 26(6). 95-104.
17. Zhu J, Zhang X, Gao T. The early metamorphic development of turbot Scophthamus maximus and morphological observation on melanophores in larval skin. Journal of Fishery of China 2002, 26(3): 193-200.
18. Zhu J, Zhang X, Gao T. Aquatic scientific express resources online. Modern Fishery Information 2002, 11. 11-13.
19. Zhu J, Zhang X, Gao T. Advances in physiological and ecological studies on eggs, larvae and juveniles of Paralichthys olivaceus. Journal of Ocean University of Qingdao 2001, 31(4): 495-500.
20. Xu B, Du S, Zhu J. An experimental study and engineering design of discharged sewage treatment for seawater industrial fish farming. Transaction of Oceanology and Limnology 2001, 3: 70-77.
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