Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
Universitair Medisch Centrum Utrecht
Boston Children's Hospital
Boston Children's Hospital
Harvard Medical School
Dr. Eniko Sajti is a board-certified pediatrician and neonatologist at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego. She is also an assistant professor of pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
She received her medical and doctoral degrees from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. As an awardee of the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences, she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in pulmonary medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. After completing her pediatric residency and neonatology fellowship at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children's Hospital, she was recruited to UC San Diego Department of Pediatrics.
The Sajti lab's primary interests are to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms controlling the development of the neonatal innate immune system. Current projects focus on determining the genetic and epigenetic signature of specialized innate immune cells in the neonatal lung and brain. To understand the relative contribution of various subtypes of innate immune cells to premature birth-related lung disease and impaired neurodevelopmental outcomes, Dr. Sajti employs genome-wide approaches and computational analyses to identify transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms unique to each cell type. By elucidating disease and cell-type-specific gene regulatory networks, she hopes to develop new targeted therapies tailored to the needs of individual patients.
Transcriptomic and epigenetic mechanisms underlying myeloid diversity in the lung.
Sajti E, Link VM, Ouyang Z, Spann NJ, Westin E, Romanoski CE, Fonseca GJ, Prince LS, Glass CK
An upstream enhancer regulates <i>Gpihbp1</i> expression in a tissue-specific manner.
Allan CM, Heizer PJ, Tu Y, Sandoval NP, Jung RS, Morales JE, Sajti E, Troutman TD, Saunders TL, Cusanovich DA, Beigneux AP, Romanoski CE, Fong LG, Young SG
An environment-dependent transcriptional network specifies human microglia identity.
Gosselin D, Skola D, Coufal NG, Holtman IR, Schlachetzki JCM, Sajti E, Jaeger BN, O'Connor C, Fitzpatrick C, Pasillas MP, Pena M, Adair A, Gonda DD, Levy ML, Ransohoff RM, Gage FH, Glass CK
Affinity and dose of TCR engagement yield proportional enhancer and gene activity in CD4+ T cells.
Allison KA, Sajti E, Collier JG, Gosselin D, Troutman TD, Stone EL, Hedrick SM, Glass CK
Rosiglitazone preserves pulmonary vascular function in lambs with increased pulmonary blood flow.
Oishi PE, Sharma S, Datar SA, Kumar S, Aggarwal S, Lu Q, Raff G, Azakie A, Hsu JH, Sajti E, Fratz S, Black SM, Fineman JR
Altered lymphatics in an ovine model of congenital heart disease with increased pulmonary blood flow.
Datar SA, Johnson EG, Oishi PE, Johengen M, Tang E, Aramburo A, Barton J, Kuo HC, Bennett S, Xoinis K, Reel B, Kalkan G, Sajti E, Osorio O, Raff GW, Matthay MA, Fineman JR
Nitric oxide alterations following acute ductal constriction in the fetal lamb: a role for superoxide.
Hsu JH, Oishi P, Wiseman DA, Hou Y, Chikovani O, Datar S, Sajti E, Johengen MJ, Harmon C, Black SM, Fineman JR
Individual differences in behavior of inbred Lewis rats are associated with severity of joint destruction in adjuvant-induced arthritis.
Sajti E, van Meeteren N, Kavelaars A, van der Net J, Gispen WH, Heijnen C
Tumor angiogenesis and metastasis formation are associated with individual differences in behavior of inbred Lewis rats.
Sajti E, Kavelaars A, van Meeteren N, Teunis M, Gispen WH, Heijnen C
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