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Michael W. Young

Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
"Michael Young"
Co-awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in medicine with Jeffrey Hall and Michael Rosbash "for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm".
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Burke Judd grad student 1975 UT Austin (FlyTree)
 (Non-essential sequences, genes, and the polytene chromosome bands of Drosophila melanogaster.)
David S. Hogness post-doc 1975-1978 Stanford (FlyTree)
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Li W, Wang Z, Syed S, et al. (2021) Chronic social isolation signals starvation and reduces sleep in Drosophila. Nature
Weaver MD, Sletten TL, Foster RG, et al. (2021) Adverse impact of polyphasic sleep patterns in humans: Report of the National Sleep Foundation sleep timing and variability consensus panel. Sleep Health
Rorissa A, Li M, Young M, et al. (2020) Reimagining information science and technology beyond traditional boundaries in the global coronavirus pandemic situation. Proceedings of the Association For Information Science and Technology. Association For Information Science and Technology. 57: e293
Tan C, Sehgal K, Sehgal K, et al. (2020) Diuretic use in infants with developing or established chronic lung disease: A practice looking for evidence. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health
Patke A, Young MW, Axelrod S. (2019) Molecular mechanisms and physiological importance of circadian rhythms. Nature Reviews. Molecular Cell Biology
Cederroth CR, Albrecht U, Bass J, et al. (2019) Medicine in the Fourth Dimension. Cell Metabolism. 30: 238-250
Young MW. (2018) Time Travels: A 40-Year Journey from Drosophila's Clock Mutants to Human Circadian Disorders (Nobel Lecture). Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Top D, O'Neil JL, Merz GE, et al. (2018) CK1/Doubletime activity delays transcription activation in the circadian clock. Elife. 7
Lin C, Top D, Manahan CC, et al. (2018) Circadian clock activity of cryptochrome relies on tryptophan-mediated photoreduction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Top D, O'Neil JL, Merz GE, et al. (2018) Author response: CK1/Doubletime activity delays transcription activation in the circadian clock Elife
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