Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Jeremy  Stubblefield

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Cell Systems and Anatomy

Mentor:  Dr. Jim Lechleiter

Phone:  210-562-4101

Email:  stubblefiej3@uthscsa.edu

Education

2007 B.S. Biology University of St. Thomas
2016 Ph.D. Neuroscience UT Southwestern Medical Center

Research

  • Circadian Rhythms
  • Stroke
  • Metabolism
  • Astrocytes
  • Thyroid Hormone

Honors

2017-Present SABER-IRACDA K12 Postdoctoral Fellowship

Professional Memberships

2016-Present Society for Research on Biological Rhythms
2017-Present National Postdoctoral Association
2018-Present American Heart Association
2018-Present UT Health San Antonio Postdoctoral Association (UP)

Publications

1. Le T, Bornstein SA, Motyl KJ, Tian L, Stubblefield JJ, Hong HK, Takahashi JS, Green CB, Rosen CJ and Guntur AR. (2019) A novel mouse model overexpressing Nocturnin results in decreased fat mass in male mice. J Cell Physiol. Nov;234(11):20228-20239.

PMCID: PMC6660355.

 

2. Onder Y, Laothamatas I, Berto S, Sewart K, Kilaru G, Bordieanu B, Stubblefield JJ, Konopka G, Mishra P and Green CB. (2019) The circadian protein Nocturnin regulates metabolic adaptation in brown adipose tissue. iScience. Jul 16;19:83-92.

PMCID: PMC6664146

 

3. Stubblefield, JJ and Lechleiter JD. (2019) Time to Target Stroke: Examining the circadian system in stroke. Yale J Biol Med. Jun;92(2):349-357.

PMCID: PMC6585528.

 

4. Stubblefield, JJ, Gao, P, Kilaru, G, Mukadam, B, Terrien, J and Green, CB. (2018) Temporal control of metabolic amplitude by Nocturnin. Cell Rep. Jan 30;22(5):1225-1235.

PMCID: PMC5815321.

 

5. Sinturel F, Gerber A, Mauvoisin D, Wang J, Gatfield D, Stubblefield JJ, Green CB, Gachon F, Schibler U. (2017) Global oscillations in liver mass and cell size accompany diurnal ribosome assembly cycles. Cell. May 4;169(4):651-663.e14.

PMCID: PMC5570523.

 

6. Cribbet MR, Logan RW, Edwards MD, Hanlon E, Peek CB, Stubblefield JJ, Vasudevan S, Ritchey F, Frank E. (2016) Circadian Rhythms and Metabolism: From the Brain to the Gut and Back Again. Ann N Y Acad Sci. Dec;1385(1):21-40.

PMCID: PMC5428740.

 

7. Stubblefield, JJ and Green, CB. (2016) Mammalian Circadian Clocks and Metabolism: Navigating Nutritional Challenges in a Rhythmic World. In: Gumz, M (ed) Recent Advances in Physiology: Role of the Circadian Clock in Health and Disease. The American Physiological Society and Springer.  ISBN 978-1-4939-3450-8 (ebook); 978-1-4939-3448-5 (hardcover)

 

8. Sephton, CF, Tang, AA, Kulkarni, A, West, J, Brooks, M, Stubblefield, JJ, Liu, Y, Zhang, MQ, Green, CB, Huber, KM, Huang, EJ, Herz, J, Yu and Yu, G. (2014). Activity-dependent FUS dysregulation disrupts synaptic homeostasis. PNAS.  Nov 4;111(44):E4769-78.

PMCID: PMC4226112.

 

9. Yu, X, Rollins, D, Ruhn, KA, Stubblefield, JJ, Green, CB, Kashiwada, M, Rothman, PB, Takahashi, JS and Hooper, LV. (2013). TH17 Cell Differentiation Is Regulated by the Circadian Clock. Science. Nov 8;342(6159):727-30.

PMCID: PMC4165400.

 

10. Stubblefield, JJ, Terrien, J and Green, CB. (2012). Nocturnin:  at the crossroads of clocks and metabolism. Trends Endocrinol Metab. Jul;23(7):326-33.

PMCID: PMC3389576.

 

11. Mickman, CT, Stubblefield, JJ, Harrington, ME and Nelson, DE. (2008). Photoperiod alters phase difference between activity onset in vivo and mPer2::luc peak in vitro. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. Nov;295(5):R1688-94.

PMID: 18768762.