Angela Haskell is a dedicated scientist with an interest in the investigation of disease processes and the pursuit of new therapeutic strategies. In her role at the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI) she assists Abdul Qadir Syed, PhD, and William Carter, in the generation of iPSC lines to create disease model systems for use in translational studies.
Prior to arriving at the IBRI, she served as a graduate researcher at the Indiana University (IU) School of Medicine in the lab of Il-Man Kim, PhD, investigating noncoding RNA (ncRNA) regulatory network signaling in heart failure using novel cell approaches and mouse model systems.
During her undergraduate years at IU, she worked in the lab of Lyudmila Bronstein, PhD, researching the development of magnetic mesoporous supports for enzyme immobilization, where she discovered a passion for research and the scientific process.
She lives in Broad Ripple, Ind., where she enjoys cooking, crocheting and spending time with friends.