Katrina Dipple, M.D., Ph.D.
Work Phone Number:
695 Charles E. Young Drive South
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Pediatric Craniofacial Clinic
Biochemistry, Biophysics & Structural Biology GPB Home Area
Gene Regulation GPB Home Area
Genetics & Genomics GPB Home Area
Research Education, Training, and Career Development Program (CTSI-ED)
Katrina M. Dipple, MD, PhD has always been interested in biochemistry and medicine. She has a BS in Biochemistry from Indiana University in Bloomington. During her undergraduate education she became interested in genetics and decided to go to graduate school. Dr. Dipple did a combined MD/PhD degree at Indiana University School of Medicine. Her PhD is in biochemistry and molecular biology. After finishing graduate school, she came to UCLA for a pediatric residency and postdoctoral fellowship in Genetics. Her career has focused on combining basic research and clinical work. Since joining the faculty, her work has focused on understanding the complexity of genetic disorders including the role of fat metabolism in type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Yang Xia, Deignan Joshua L, Qi Hongxiu, Zhu Jun, Qian Su, Zhong Judy, Torosyan Gevork, Majid Sana, Falkard Brie, Kleinhanz Robert R, Karlsson Jenny, Castellani Lawrence W, Mumick Sheena, Wang Kai, Xie Tao, Coon Michael, Zhang Chunsheng, Estrada-Smith Daria, Farber Charles R, Wang Susanna S, van Nas Atila, Ghazalpour Anatole, Zhang Bin, Macneil Douglas J, Lamb John R, Dipple Katrina M, Reitman Marc L, Mehrabian Margarete, Lum Pek Y, Schadt Eric E, Lusis Aldons J, Drake Thomas A
Validation of candidate causal genes for obesity that affect shared
metabolic pathways and networks
MacLennan, N. K. Rahib, L. Shin, C. Fang, Z. Horvath, S. Dean, J. Liao, J. C. McCabe, E. R. Dipple, K. M.
Targeted disruption of glycerol kinase gene in mice: expression analysis in liver shows alterations in network partners related to glycerol kinase activity
Hum Mol Genet,
Ohira, R.H., Dipple, K.M., Zhang, Y.-H., and McCabe, E.R.B.
Human and murine glycerol kinase: Influence of exon 18 alternative splicing on function. Biochem. Biophys,
Cederbaum, S. D. Koo-McCoy, S. Tein, I. Hsu, B. Y. Ganguly, A. Vilain, E. Dipple, K. Cvitanovic-Sojat, L. Stanley, C.
Carnitine membrane transporter deficiency: a long-term follow up and OCTN2 mutation in the first documented case of primary carnitine deficiency
Mol Genet Metab,
Ohira, R. Zhang, Y. H. Guo, W. Dipple, K. Shih, S. L. Doerr, J. Huang, B. L. Fu, L. J. Abu-Khalil, A. Geschwind, D. McCabe, E. R.
Human ARX gene: genomic characterization and expression
Mol Genet Metab,
Dipple, KM Zhang, YH Huang, BL McCabe, LL Dallongeville, J Inokuchi, T Kimura, M Marx, HJ Roederer, GO Shih, V Yamaguchi, S Yoshida, I McCabe, ER
Glycerol kinase deficiency: evidence for complexity in a single gene disorder
Human genetics. ,
Zhang, Y Dipple, KM Vilain, E Huang, BL Finlayson, G Therrell, BL Worley, K Deininger, P McCabe, ER
AluY insertion (IVS4-52ins316alu) in the glycerol kinase gene from an individual with benign glycerol kinase deficiency
Human mutation. ,