Professor Mike Kladde earned his Ph.D. degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology with Dr. Jack Gorski at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1991 on estrogenic regulation of gene expression. He then pursued postdoctoral work on chromatin structure and function in the laboratory of Dr. Robert T. Simpson at the National Institutes of Health and then at The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Kladde took a position at Texas A&M University in 1998 and rose to the rank of Associate Professor continuing his studies on activation of gene expression in the context of chromatin. He joined the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at UF in 2007. Dr. Kladde has served on NIH study section and as a reviewer for NSF and numerous journals in the field.
Congratulations to Rosha Poudyal on successfully defending her thesis dissertation titled “The Epigenomes of Latent and Lytic Kaposi’s…
Dr. Michael Kladde’s graduate student, Rosha Poudyal, is the recipient of the Wanda and Richard Boyce Award for her outstanding graduate research in…
The Kladde lab at the UF Health Cancer Center in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology has multiple lab positions available for…
Michael P. Kladde, Ph.D.
University of Florida
Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
2033 Mowry Road, CGRC 359
Gainesville, FL 32610