Joeva J. Barrow
Obesity; metabolic disease; mitochondrial biology and disease; molecular nutrition; nutritional biochemistry
Current Research Interest
Employing high-throughput unbiased omics approaches to investigate metabolic pathways that become dysregulated in disease; evaluating novel regulatory targets for their potential toward the treatment of metabolic and mitochondrial disease
President’s Council of Cornell Women Affinito-Steward Award
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Registered Clinical Dietitian
Soustek, Meghan, Eduardo Balsa, Joeva J. Barrow, Mark Jedrychowski, Rutger Vogel, Jan Smeitink, Steve P. Gygi, and Pere Puigserver. “Inhibition of the ER Stress IRE1a Inflammatory Pathway Protects Against Cell Death in Mitochondrial Complex I Mutant Cells.” Cell Death Disease 9 (2018): 658. PMCID: 5981317.
Barrow, Joeva J., Eduardo Balsa, Francisco Verdeguer, Clint D. J. Tavares, Meghan S. Soustek, Louis R. Hollingsworth IV, Mark Jedrychowski, Rutger Vogel, Joao A. Paulo, Jan Smeitink, Steve P. Gygi, John Doench, David E. Root, and Pere Puigserver. “Bromodomain Inhibitors Correct Bioenergetic Deficiency Caused by Mitochondrial Disease Complex I Mutations.” Molecular Cell 64 (2016): 163-175. PMCID: 5055448.