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Dr Jacqui Schiesser

Dr Jacqui Schiesser

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Role Senior Research Officer
Research area Stem Cell Medicine

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Jacqui Schiesser is a senior research officer in the Immune Development group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She completed her PhD in 2013 studying human stem cell differentiation and pancreatic development. Following this, she undertook postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of James Wells at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Her current research focuses on the utilization of stem cell models of type 1 diabetes and identification of cell-surface markers for the quantitative analysis of human islet cellular composition.
Jacqui Schiesser is a senior research officer in the Immune Development group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She completed her PhD in 2013 studying human stem cell differentiation and pancreatic development. Following this, she...
Jacqui Schiesser is a senior research officer in the Immune Development group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She completed her PhD in 2013 studying human stem cell differentiation and pancreatic development. Following this, she undertook postdoctoral studies in the laboratory of James Wells at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Her current research focuses on the utilization of stem cell models of type 1 diabetes and identification of cell-surface markers for the quantitative analysis of human islet cellular composition.

Top Publications

  • Schiesser, JV, Yu, Y, Loudovaris, T, Thomas, HE, Elefanty, AG, Stanley, EG. 336.3: Identification of novel cell surface markers for the characterization of human beta cell replacement therapies. Transplantation 107(10S2) : 135 -135 2023
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  • Labonne, T, Elefanty, AG, Stanley, EG, Schiesser, JV. An INSULIN-GFP/GLUCAGON-mCherry reporter line for the study of human pancreatic endocrine cell development. Stem Cell Research 56: 102547 2021
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  • Schiesser, JV, Loudovaris, T, Thomas, HE, Elefanty, AG, Stanley, EG. Integrin αvβ5 heterodimer is a specific marker of human pancreatic beta cells.. Sci Rep 11(1) : 8315 2021
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  • Motazedian, A, Bruveris, FF, Kumar, SV, Schiesser, JV, Chen, T, Ng, ES, Chidgey, AP, Wells, CA, Elefanty, AG, Stanley, EG. Multipotent RAG1+ progenitors emerge directly from haemogenic endothelium in human pluripotent stem cell-derived haematopoietic organoids. Nature Cell Biology 22(1) : 60 -73 2020
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  • Joshi, K, Elso, C, Motazedian, A, Labonne, T, Schiesser, JV, Cameron, F, Mannering, SI, Elefanty, AG, Stanley, EG. Induced pluripotent stem cell macrophages present antigen to proinsulin-specific T cell receptors from donor-matched islet-infiltrating T cells in type 1 diabetes. Diabetologia 62(12) : 2245 -2251 2019
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