Lucas Bronicki, PhD
Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory Fellow
Dr. Bronicki is a laboratory fellow in the clinical molecular genetics training program. During his doctorate, he studied the expression of RNA-binding proteins in the nervous system and skeletal muscles, in the contexts of development and disease. During his training, Dr. Bronicki has obtained significant experience with various diagnostic molecular genetics assays, with a focus on Next Generation Sequencing, interpreting test results, developing and implementing novel molecular diagnostic assays, collaborating on clinical research projects and teaching students. Within the field of molecular genetics, he is primarily interested in neurogenetics, particularly the genetic causes of neurological disorders such as intellectual disability.
- Bronicki L and Jasmin BJ. Emerging complexity of the HuD/ELAVl4 gene; implications for neuronal development, function, and dysfunction. RNA. 2013 Aug;19(8):1019-37.
- Bronicki L and Jasmin BJ. Characterization of multiple exon 1 variants in mammalian HuD mRNA and neuron-specific transcriptional control via Neurogenin 2. Journal of Neuroscience. 2012
- Bronicki L and Jasmin BJ. Trans-acting factors governing expression of AChE mRNA. Review. Frontiers in Medicine.2012.
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- B.Sc. (Biology), University of Ottawa, Canada, 2005
- Ph.D. (Neuroscience), University of Ottawa, Canada, 2013
- Fellow, Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory, Greenwood Genetic Center, 2013-present