Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
United States of America
Dr. Philip Jordan is currently affiliated to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America, continuing research in the specialized scientific area of Bio-Chemistry and Molecular Biology. Education: PhD, University of Edinburgh, 2006
Genome maintenance, Meiosis, Embryonic stem cells, DNA recombination, Chromosome segregation, Structural Maintenance of Chromosomes (SMC)
Copsey A*, Tang S*, Jordan P* , Blitzblau H, Sonya Newcombe S, Andrew Chi-ho Chan A, Newnham L, Li Z, Gray S, Herbert A, Arumugam P, Hochwagen A, Hunter N, and Hoffmann E, (2013), Smc5/6 coordinates formation and resolution of joint molecules with chromosome morphology to ensure meiotic divisions. PLoS Genetics, 9: e1004071
Gómez R*, Jordan P*, Viera A, Alsheimer M, Fukuda T, Jessberger R, Llano E, Pendás A, Handel MA and Suja J, (2013), Dynamic localization of SMC5/6 complex proteins during mammalian meiosis and mitosis implies functions in distinct chromosome processes. Journal of Cell Science, 126:4239-4252.
Jordan P, Karpinnen J and Handel MA, (2012), Polo-like kinase is required for synaptonemal complex disassembly in mouse spermatocytes. Journal of Cell Science, 125:5061-5072.