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WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CELL BIOLOGY
Learning to Understand
Cellular and Multi-Cellular Behavior
Peter N. Devreotes, Ph.D.
Director
Learning How Tubular Organs Form
Shigeki Watanabe, Ph.D.
Deborah Andrew, Ph.D.
Baltimore Inner Harbor
Erika Matunis, Ph.D.
Baltimore Waterfront
at Fell's Point
Douglas Robinson, Ph.D.
Fitting the Pieces of Cell Division Together
Susan Michaelis, Ph.D.
Peter Espenshade, Ph.D.
Hiromi Sesaki, Ph.D.
Miho Iijima, Ph.D.
Andrew Ewald, Ph.D.
Kathy Wilson, Ph.D.
Takanari Inoue, Ph.D.
Scot Kuo, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins Medicine

Upcoming Events

Seminars and events. Know what's coming.

See what's coming

4
May
Happy Hour
4:30pm to 6:00pm
WBSB 107
10
May
CB Seminar: Juliet Daniel (McMaster U)
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Bodian Room, 1830 E. Monument Street, 2-200
11
May
BCMB Friday Seminar & Happy Hour
3:00pm to 4:30pm
WBSB Auditorium
17
May
CB Seminar: Paul Kubes (U of Calgary)
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Bodian Room, 1830 E. Monument Street, 2-200

Recent Publications

Our latest research and discoveries.

Publications

Spear E. D,. Hsu E.-T., Nie L., Carpenter E.P., Hrycyna C.A., and Michaelis S. (2018). ZMPSTE24 Missense mutations that cause progeroid diseases decrease prelamin A cleavage activity and/or  protein stability.  Disease Models and Mechanism (Under revision)  
Worman, H. J. and Michaelis, S. (2018). Permanently Farnesylated Prelamin A, Progeria and Atherosclerosis.  Circulation (In Press)  
Preston G. M., Guerriero C. J., Metzger M.B., Michaelis S. and Brodsky J.L. 2018. Substrate insolubility dictates Hsp104-dependent endoplasmic reticulum associated degradation.  Mol. Cell 70:242-253