Prof. Dr. Claudia Waskow

Prof. Dr. Claudia Waskow
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Leibniz Institute on Aging - Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI)
Beutenbergstrasse 11
07745 Jena
Phone: +49 3641 646 707 
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  • Professor of Immunology
  • Involvement in the Leibniz Graduate School of Aging


  • Immunology
  • Stem Cell Research
  • Inflammation

Publications (selected 5 most recent)

  1. Jacome-Galarza CE*, Percin GI*, Mueller JT*, Mass E*, Lazarov T, Eitler J, Rauner M, Yadav V, Crozet L, Bohm M, Karsenty G, Waskow C**, and Geissmann F**. 2019 Developmental origin and functional maintenance of osteoclasts. Nature,
    *same contribution first author,  **co-supervised the study
  2. Percin GI, Eitler J, Kranz A, Fu J, Pollard JW, Naumann R, and Waskow C. 2018 CSF1R regulates the dendritic cell pool size in adult mice via embryo-derived tissue-resident macrophages. Nature Communications, 11;9(1):5279.
  3. Mende N, Jolly A, Percin GI, Gunther M, Rostovskaya M, Krishnan SM, Oostendorp RAJ, Dahl A, Anastassiadis K, Hofer T, and Waskow C. 2019 Prospective isolation of non-hematopoietic cells of the niche and their differential molecular interactions with HSCs. Blood, 134(15):1214-1226.
  4. Arndt K, Kranz A, Fohgrub J, Jolly A, Bledau AS, Di Virgilio M, Lesche M, Dahl A, Höfer T, Stewart AF, and Waskow C. 2018 SETD1A protects HSCs from activation-induced functional decline in vivo. Blood, 131(12):1311-1324, PMID 29348130. 
  5. Mende N, Kuchen E, Lesche M, Grinenko T, Kokkaliaris Kd, Hanenberg H, Lindemann D, Dahl A, Platz A, Hoefer T, Calegari F, Waskow C. 2015. Ccnd1/Cdk4-mediated cell cycle progression provides a competitive advantage for human hemantopoietic stem cells in vivo. J Exp Med; 212(8):1171-1183.