Elena Semina, PhD
- Investigator, Children's Wisconsin Research Institute
- Professor and chair, Developmental Biology Division, Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Rd.Milwaukee, WI 53226
Cell and developmental biology, craniofacial disorders, eye diseases, fetal concerns/prematurity diseases, genetic diseases/genomics.
Genetics, human ocular and craniofacial development, glaucoma, Peters-plus syndrome, Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome, anophthalmia/micropthalmia, zebrafish.
Areas of Interest
Education and Awards
- Outstanding Medical Student Teacher Award, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2011
- Best Postdoctoral project, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, Iowa; 1996
Research and publications
- Molecular Mechanisms of Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome, National Institutes of Health/National Eye Institute, principal investigator
- Forward Genetics to Identify Complex Gene Interactions Involved in Glaucoma, National Institutes of Health/National Eye Institute, multiple principal investigators
- Identification of New Mechanisms for Human Congenital Disorders, National Institutes of Health/National Eye Institute, principal investigator
- Zebrafish model of Peters-plus Syndrome, National Institutes of Health, principal investigator