H. Robert Horvitz

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"H. Robert Horvitz"

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2002 was awarded jointly to Sydney Brenner, H. Robert Horvitz and John E. Sulston "for their discoveries concerning genetic regulation of organ development and programmed cell death'".

Mean distance: 13.28 (cluster 11)
Cross-listing: Chemistry Tree - GenetiTree


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Walter Gilbert grad student 1974 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
James D. Watson grad student 1974 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)
 (Modifications of the host RNA polymerase induced by coliphage T4)
Sydney Brenner post-doc MRC-LMB


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Yin Li research assistant 2004-2008 MIT
Joshua Levin grad student (Chemistry Tree)
Iva Susan Greenwald grad student 1982 MIT (GenetiTree)
Paul W. Sternberg grad student 1979-1984 MIT
Edwin Chip L. Ferguson grad student 1985 MIT (FlyTree)
Ronald E Ellis grad student 1989 MIT (GenetiTree)
Michael Andrew Herman grad student 1991 MIT (GenetiTree)
Junying Yuan grad student 1983-1991 Harvard & MIT
Scott G Clark grad student 1992 MIT (GenetiTree)
Steven L. McIntire grad student 1983-1992 Harvard & MIT
Gregory Beitel grad student 1988-1994 MIT (Cell Biology Tree)
Shai Shaham grad student 1990-1996 MIT
Yi-Chun Wu grad student 1998 MIT (GenetiTree)
Tory G. Herman grad student 1991-1998 MIT (Chemistry Tree)
Xiaowei Lu grad student 1999 MIT (GenetiTree)
Gillian Stanfield grad student 1992-1999 MIT (GenetiTree)
Bradley Michael Hersh grad student 2002 MIT (GenetiTree)
Peter W. Reddien grad student 1997-2002 MIT
Craig Joseph Ceol grad student 2003 MIT (GenetiTree)
Melissa M Harrison grad student 2006 MIT (GenetiTree)
Erik C. Andersen grad student 2000-2008 MIT
Shunji Nakano grad student 2011 MIT (GenetiTree)
Victor Ambros post-doc MIT
Andrew D. Chisholm post-doc MIT
Barbara Conradt post-doc (Cell Biology Tree)
Yishi Jin post-doc MIT
Erik Jorgensen post-doc MIT
Joshua M. Kaplan post-doc MIT
Michael R. Koelle post-doc MIT
Niels Ringstad post-doc Skirball Institute, NYU School of Medicine
Gary Ruvkun post-doc MIT
Gian Garriga post-doc 1986-1991 MIT
Cori Bargmann post-doc 1987-1991 MIT
Dengke K. Ma post-doc 2009-2015 MIT
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Burkhart KB, Sando SR, Corrionero A, et al. (2020) H3.3 Nucleosome Assembly Mutants Display a Late-Onset Maternal Effect. Current Biology : Cb
Cohn J, Dwivedi V, Valperga G, et al. (2019) Activity-Dependent Regulation of the Proapoptotic BH3-Only Gene in a Living Neuron Pair in . G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Burton NO, Dwivedi VK, Burkhart KB, et al. (2018) Neurohormonal signaling via a sulfotransferase antagonizes insulin-like signaling to regulate a Caenorhabditis elegans stress response. Nature Communications. 9: 5152
Pender CL, Horvitz HR. (2018) Hypoxia-inducible factor cell non-autonomously regulates stress responses and behavior via a nuclear receptor. Elife. 7
Engert CG, Droste R, van Oudenaarden A, et al. (2018) A C. elegans protein with a PRDM9-like SET domain localizes to chromatin-associated foci and promotes spermatocyte gene expression, sperm production and fertility. Plos Genetics. 14: e1007295
Van Bael S, Watteyne J, Boonen K, et al. (2018) Mass Spectrometric Evidence for Neuropeptide-Amidating Enzymes in. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Driscoll K, Stanfield GM, Droste R, et al. (2017) Presumptive TRP channel CED-11 promotes cell volume decrease and facilitates degradation of apoptotic cells in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Luo S, Horvitz HR. (2017) The CDK8 Complex and Proneural Proteins Together Drive Neurogenesis from a Mesodermal Lineage. Current Biology : Cb. 27: 661-672
Burton NO, Furuta T, Webster AK, et al. (2017) Insulin-like signalling to the maternal germline controls progeny response to osmotic stress. Nature Cell Biology. 19: 252-257
Paquin N, Murata Y, Froehlich A, et al. (2016) The Conserved VPS-50 Protein Functions in Dense-Core Vesicle Maturation and Acidification and Controls Animal Behavior. Current Biology : Cb. 26: 862-71
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