Dr. Jennifer Clark
Dr. Jennifer Clark attended Niagara University in New York earning a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry in 1996. She was accepted into the Medical Scientist Training Program at the State University of New York at Buffalo where she earned a combined M.D./Ph.D. degree in 2004. Her graduate studies were completed at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York and focused on intestinal carcinogenesis. She went on to complete her internship and residency at the Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo in 2007. Following graduation, Dr. Clark worked as an attending Pediatrician with Summit Pediatrics in Niagara Falls, New York.
Dr. Clark practices at the Courthouse office.
Licensure and Board Certification
Board Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics
Licensed to practice medicine in Virginia
Mary Washington Hospital
Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center
Memberships, Offices and Committee Appointments
Member of American Academy of Pediatrics
Frey, M.R., Clark, J.A., Bateman, N.W., Kazanietz, M.G., Black, A.R., and Black, J.D. Cell cycle and protein kinase C-specific effects of resiniferatoxin and resiniferonol 9,13,14-orthophenyl acetate in intestinal epithelial cells. Biochem. Pharmacol. 67 (10): 1873-1886 (2004).
Clark, J.A., Black, A.R., Leontieva, O.V., Frey, M.R., Pysz, M.A., Kunneva, L., Woloszynska-Read, A., Roy, D., and Black, J.D. Involvement of the ERK signaling cascade in protein kinase C-mediated cell cycle arrest in intestinal epithelial cells. J. Biol. Chem. 279: 9233-9247 (2004).
Frey, M.R., Clark, J.A., Leontieva, O.V., Uronis, J.M., Black, A.R., and Black, J.D. Protein kinase C signaling mediates a program of cell cycle withdrawal in the intestinal epithelium. J. Cell Biol. 151: 763-777 (2000). This publication was highlighted in Nature Reviews 1: 165 (2000).