Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
United States of America
Dr. Daniela Drummond-Barbosa 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.
endocrinology, developmental biology, reproductive biology
Laws, K., Drummond-Barbosa, D. AMP-activated protein kinase has diet-dependent and –independent roles in Drosophila oogenesis. Dev. Biol. 420:90-99, 2016.
Hsu, H.-J., Drummond-Barbosa, D. A visual screen for diet-regulated proteins in the Drosophila ovary using GFP protein trap lines. Gene Expression Patterns 23-24:13-21, 2017.
Matsuoka, S., Armstrong, A. R., Sampson, L. L., Laws, K. M., Drummond-Barbosa, D. Adipocyte metabolic pathways reprogrammed by diet control the female germline stem cell lineage in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 206:953-971, 2017.