NEWS: If you and your research team are interested in participating in a multi center trial to compare your fetal genetic health care gold standard to the TRIC technology, as published in Science Translational Medicine, we invite you to contact us @ SDrewlo@hc.msu.edu
The Drewlo Lab was established January 2013. The lab is located on the second floor in the C.S. Mott Center for Human Growth and Development building and is part of the Wayne State School of Medicine campus.
We recently (2017) moved to the Michigan State University to expand our scope of work and to help even more families.
Our mission is to provide mothers, clinicians and scientists with information to support successful and healthy pregnancies.
We are equipped with state of the art tissue and cell culture facilities, as well as, molecular biology equipment with high-throughput capabilities. Core technologies include RNA (qPCR, RNASeq) multi-platform next generation DNA sequencing platforms and protein work (IHC, Westen Blot, ELISA, ChIP, Chip-Seq, FACS, MassSpec and others). The lab also has access to additional core facilities and collaborates locally, nationally and internationally.
The laboratory is proudly supported by:
The National Institute of Health
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
The March of Dimes Foundation
Wayne State University - School of Medicine
The Michigan State University - College of Human Medicine
If you would like to support our mission please contact us.
This is the official website of Dr. Sascha Drewlo's laboratory. This website is for information purpose only and does not contain or is intended to provide patient advice. If you are a patient please contact and consult with your local health care professional.