Michael Rosbash

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, United States 
Molecular Genetics of RNA Processing and Behavior
"Michael Rosbash"

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017 was awarded jointly to Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm"

Mean distance: 14.69 (cluster 11)
Cross-listing: Chemistry Tree - FlyTree - Chronobiology Tree


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Norman Davidson research assistant 1965 Caltech
Marianne Grunberg-Manago research assistant 1965-1965 Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique (Chemistry Tree)
Sheldon Penman grad student 1966-1970 MIT
John O. Bishop post-doc 1970-1974 Edinburgh


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Ryan T. Willett research assistant Brandeis
Kimberly Sayer Kerr research assistant 2012-2015 Brandeis
Z. Josh Huang grad student Brandeis
Francoise Stutz grad student
John L. Teem grad student 1978-1984 Brandeis (Cell Biology Tree)
Laurence J. Zwiebel grad student 1986-1991 Brandeis
John Andrew Berglund grad student 1993-1997 Brandeis (Chemistry Tree)
Megan C. Neville grad student 2000 Brandeis
WeiQing V. So grad student 2000 Brandeis
Dong Zhang grad student 2000 Brandeis
Vipin Suri grad student 2001 Brandeis
Michael J. McDonald grad student 2002 Brandeis
Ken W. Dower grad student 2004 Brandeis
Nicholas Kuperwasser grad student 2005 Brandeis
Ying Peng grad student 2005 Brandeis
Dan S. Stoleru grad student 2005 Brandeis
Scott A. Lacadie grad student 2006 Brandeis
Daniel F. Tardiff grad student 2007 Brandeis
Jose L. Agosto-Rivera grad student 2008 Brandeis
Yevgenia L. Khodor grad student 2012 Brandeis
Joseph Rodriguez grad student 2012 Brandeis
Chih-Hang A. Tang grad student 2012 Brandeis
Yue Li grad student 2014 Brandeis
Ravi Allada post-doc
Patrick Emery-Le post-doc Boston University, Brandeis University
Gaiti Hasan post-doc Brandeis
Sebastian Kadener post-doc Brandeis (Chemistry Tree)
fang guo post-doc 2009- HHMI
John Woolford post-doc 1976-1979 Brandeis (Chemistry Tree)
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Ma D, Ojha P, Yu AD, et al. (2024) Timeless noncoding DNA contains cell-type preferential enhancers important for proper Drosophila circadian regulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2321338121
Richhariya S, Shin D, Le JQ, et al. (2023) Dissecting neuron-specific functions of circadian genes using modified cell-specific CRISPR approaches. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2303779120
Roeder RG, Deibler SK, Jacobson A, et al. (2023) Michael R. Green (1954-2023). Molecular Cell. 83: 2152-2154
Roeder RG, Deibler SK, Jacobson A, et al. (2023) Michael R. Green (1954-2023). Cell. 186: 2722-2724
Yu AD, Rosbash M. (2023) Butt-seq: a new method for facile profiling of transcription. Genes & Development
Chen N, Zhang Y, Rivera-Rodriguez EJ, et al. (2023) Widespread post-transcriptional regulation of co-transmission. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Ma D, Herndon N, Le JQ, et al. (2023) Neural connectivity molecules best identify the heterogeneous clock and dopaminergic cell types in the adult brain. Science Advances. 9: eade8500
Schlichting M, Richhariya S, Herndon N, et al. (2022) Dopamine and GPCR-mediated modulation of DN1 clock neurons gates the circadian timing of sleep. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2206066119
Sun L, Jiang RH, Ye WJ, et al. (2022) Recurrent circadian circuitry regulates central brain activity to maintain sleep. Neuron
Yang N, Srivastav SP, Rahman R, et al. (2022) Transposable element landscapes in aging Drosophila. Plos Genetics. 18: e1010024
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