Blood Systems Research Institute
nav Investigator
Home About BSRI Investigators News Employment Financial Donations Contact
spacer  
spacer
 
spacer spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
 
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer
line
spacer

 

Marcus MuenchMarcus O. Muench, PhD

Current Positions:

  • Senior Scientist - Cell Therapy Core, BSRI

Contact Information:
270 Masonic Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94118
Phone: (415) 901-0747
Fax: (415) 567-5899
Email: mmuench@bloodsystems.org

 

 

 

Download a scientific summary [pdf]

Download a curriculum vitae [pdf]

Education:

  • A.Sc., Physical Sciences, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA.
  • B.Sc., Genetics, University of California Davis
  • Ph.D., Cell Biology & Genetics, Cornell University Medical College; New York, NY.

Training / Appointments:

  • Post Doctoral Fellow.  Department of Human Immunology; DNAX Research Institute of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Palo Alto, CA.
  • Assistant Research Cellular Biologist.  The Fetal Treatment Center Research Laboratory, Department of Surgery; University of California at San Francisco.
  • Assistant Research Biologist.  Department of Laboratory Medicine; University of California at San Francisco
  • Assistant Adjunct Professor. Department of Laboratory Medicine; University of California at San Francisco
  • Associate Investigator.  Blood Systems Research Institute, San Francisco.

Back to top

Research Interests:

  • Cellular therap
  • Stem cells
  • Developmental hematopoiesis
  • Liver development

Current Research:

Our research primarily centers on the development of cellular therapies.  Current projects focus on the use of pluripotent stem cells for the treatment of blood disorders such as hemoglobinopathies.  Our laboratory also has a long-term interest in understanding the development of the liver, including its various cellular elements such as hepatocytes, hematopoietic cells and sinusoidal endothelial cells.  We also work closely with many of the investigators at BSRI using in vitro and in vivo models to study various viral and parasitic diseases with the goal of developing methods of preventing infection or new therapies.

Back to top

Publications:

Link to PubMed

Back to top

 
spacer spacer
spacer