Joel C. Rosenbaum, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA
Joel C. Rosenbaum received his B.A. in Biology from the University of California, San Diego (2002). He then worked with Dr. Richard A. Van Etten studying the scaffolding protein GAB2 and its role in signaling by the fusion oncogene BCRABL. He received his PhD in Pharmacology from the University of Washington (2011) under the mentorship of Dr. Richard D. Gardner where he researched the role of a disordered ubiquitin ligase in maintaining protein quality control in the nucleus. Dr. Rosenbaum then pursued a brief NRSA-funded fellowship (2011-2014) under Dr. Rachel E. Klevit, also at the University of Washington, where he studied the macromolecular assemblies and interactions of small heat shock proteins. Following a postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Andrew P. Vandmark at the University of Pittsburgh (2014-18), where he studied distinct processes involved in transcription, DNA repair, and lipid signaling, Dr. Rosenbaum joined the laboratory of Dr. Anne Carlson, where he works on ion channel structure-function and metal-protein interactions.
Monday January 24, 2022
10:00 AM US EST - 3:00 PM London
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