Anastasia Lindahl

Ana Lindahl
Mechanisms of metabolic regulation of chromatin and histone acetylation in response to diet


Ana is a fifth year Integrated Program in Biochemistry (IPiB) graduate student working in the laboratory of Prof. John Denu at WID. Ana is originally from Rochester, Minnesota and attended college at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Outside of the lab Ana enjoys running with her dog, exploring Madison, and singing in choir.


B.S., Chemistry with Biochemistry emphasis, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota

Research Description

Ana's project focuses on protein acetylation in the nucleus, both of histone and non-histone chromatin proteins using a variety of approaches, including genetics, proteomics, and biochemistry to determine the role of acetyl-CoA generating pathways in the regulation of acetylation modifications in the nucleus.


  • Integrated Program in Biochemistry (IPiB)
  • Graduate Women in Science - Madison Chapter


\Molecular Biosciences Training Grant Trainee (NIH T32)