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Brendan J. Floyd

Brendan Floyd
Undergraduate
Education

University of Notre Dame

BS (2006)
Years in MSTP 2008-
PhD Program Biochemistry
Mentor

Dave Pagliarini, PhD

Thesis Title

Characterization of orphan mitochondrial proteins via quantitative interaction mapping

PhD Publications

Still AJ, Floyd BJ, Hebert AS, Bingman CA, Carson JJ, Gunderson DR, Dolan BK, Grimsrud PA, Dittenhafer-Reed KE, Stapleton DS, Keller MP, Westphall MS, Denu JM, Attie AD, Coon JJ, Pagliarini DJ. Quantification of mitochondrial acetylation dynamics highlights prominent sites of metabolic regulation. J Biol Chem. 2013 Sep 6;288(36):26209-19. PMID: 23864654; PMCID: PMC3764825.

 

Kebede MA, Oler AT, Gregg T, Balloon AJ, Johnson A, Mitok K, Rabaglia M, Schueler K, Stapleton D, Thorstenson C, Wrighton L, Floyd BJ, Richards O, Raines S, Eliceiri K, Seidah NG, Rhodes C, Keller MP, Coon JL, Audhya A, Attie AD. SORCS1 is necessary for normal insulin secretory granule biogenesis in metabolically stressed β-cells. J Clin Invest. 2014 Oct 1;124(10):4240-56. PMID: 25157818; PMCID: PMC4191024.

 

Floyd BJ, Wilkerson EM, Veling MT, Minogue CE, Xia C, Beebe ET, Wrobel RL, Cho H, Kremer LS, Alston CL, Gromek KA, Dolan BK, Ulbrich A, Stefely JA, Bohl SL, Werner KM, Jochem A, Westphall MS, Rensvold JW, Taylor RW, Prokisch H, Kim JP, Coon JJ, Pagliarini DJ. Mitochondrial Protein Interaction Mapping Identifies Regulators of Respiratory Chain Function. Mol Cell. 2016 Aug 18;63(4):621-32. PMID: 27499296; PMCID: PMC4992456.

 

Stefely JA, Licitra F, Laredj L, Reidenbach AG, Kemmerer ZA, Grangeray A, Jaeg-Ehret T, Minogue CE, Ulbrich A, Hutchins PD, Wilkerson EM, Ruan Z, Aydin D, Hebert AS, Guo X, Freiberger EC, Reutenauer L, Jochem A, Chergova M, Johnson IE, Lohman DC, Rush MJ, Kwiecien NW, Singh PK, Schlagowski AI, Floyd BJ, Forsman U, Sindelar PJ, Westphall MS, Pierrel F, Zoll J, Dal Peraro M, Kannan N, Bingman CA, Coon JJ, Isope P, Puccio H, Pagliarini DJ. Cerebellar Ataxia and Coenzyme Q Deficiency through Loss of Unorthodox Kinase Activity. Mol Cell. 2016 Aug 18;63(4):608-20. PMID: 27499294; PMCID: PMC5012427.


Brendan J. Floyd

Last updated: 10/18/2016
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