Jeremy Henderson

Jeremy Henderson

Jeremy Henderson

Post Doctoral Scholar


Room 226, Aronoff Laboratory
318 W 12th Ave,
Columbus, OH 43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • RNA Biology
  • Enzymology
  • Molecular Parasitology


  • B.S. in Biochemistry, The Ohio State University, 2009
  • Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 2016

Lab: Juan Alfonzo



  • The Ohio State University Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship
  • Center for RNA Biology Postdoctoral Fellowship



Dixit, S., Henderson, J.C., and J.D. Alfonzo. 2019. Multi-Substrate Specificity and the Evolutionary Basis for Interdependence in tRNA Editing and Methylation Enzymes. Frontiers in Genetics 10: 104.

Henderson, J.C., Herrera C.M., and M.S. Trent. 2017. AlmG, responsible for polymyxin resistance in pandemic V. cholerae, is a glycyl transferase distantly related to lipid A late acyltransferases. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 292(51):21205-21215.  

Henderson, J.C., Zimmerman, S.M., Crofts, A.A., Boll, J.M., Kuhns, L.G., Herrera, C.M., and M.S. Trent. 2016. The Power of Asymmetry: Architecture and Assembly of the Gram-negative Outer Membrane Lipid Bilayer. Annual Review of Microbiology 70: 255-278.

Henderson, J.C., Fage, C.D., Cannon, J.R., Brodbelt, J.S., Keatinge-Clay, A.T., and M.S. Trent. 2014. Antimicrobial Peptide Resistance of Vibrio cholerae Results From an LPS Modification Pathway Related to Non-ribosomal Peptide Synthetases. ACS Chemical Biology. 9(10):2382-92.

Swinehart, W.E., Henderson, J.C., and J.E. Jackman. 2013. Unexpected expansion of tRNA substrate recognition by the yeast m1G9 methyltransferase Trm10. RNA. 19:1137–1146.


Alfonzo Lab