The Jakob Lab does research on the biochemical aspects of oxidative stress in various organisms.

Read about our recent article in Nature here.

Learn more about the projects of  Dr. Jakob and her researchers in a recent Michigan Daily and Scientific American article!

Meet Dr. Ursula Jakob, who was recently featured in ASBMB today

Some Recent publications:

Polyphosphate drives bacterial heterochromatin formation, Sci Adv, 2021
Shaping longevity early in life: developmental ROS and H3K4me3 set the clock, Cell Cycle, 2021
Thiol-based switching mechanisms of stress-sensing chaperones, Biol Chem, 2020
Developmental ROS individualizes organismal stress resistance and lifespan, Nature, 2019