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Class YearAuthor(s)TitleAdvisor
2000Steyer, MarcBiological Weapons and America: Understanding the Threat and Planning for the FutureRose, Mark
1997Heller, Kimberly K.Characterizaqtion and Analysis of a new Kinesin Related Protein, Kip3p, in S. cerevisiaeRose, Mark
-Remillard, Matthew Y.Characterization of Saccharomyces cerevisiae Kar4p in Meiotic Transcription and TranslationRose, Mark
2015McKee, TenleyDeveloping a large-scale suppression screen for rescue of the prm1Δ mating defect in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRose, Mark
1997Scott, Charles F.Differential Stability of the Vegetative and Pheromone-Induced Forms of Kar4p, a Yeast Karyogamy Transcription FactorRose, Mark
2000McCrory, Michael C.DNA Microarrays and Human Genetic Research in the Post-Genomic EraRose, Mark
2005Sherman, Scott KevinEvidence for a Novel Dynactin Pathway in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRose, Mark
1998Bakkour, SoniaGenetic Interactions with KAR1 during Nuclear Fusion in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRose, Mark
-Ojini, IreneA Holistic Approach Towards Cancer Drug Discovery: Targeting Synthetic Lethal Interactions And Chemoresistance PathwaysGammie, Alison; Rose, Mark
1995Dziedzic, Laura ElizabethThe Identification and Characterization of Cdc31p Interacting Proteins Using a Two-Hybrid ScreenRose, Mark
2009Silverstein, LeahKAR3P Localization in the Yeast Saccharomyces Cerevisiae is Regulated by Pheromone Signaling and the Cell CycleRose, Mark
1998Fitch, Pamela GwenLrg1p: A Rho/Rac GTPase Involved in the Cell Fusion Pathway of Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRose, Mark
2010Smith, Michael L.Mating Induced Transcription Factors Kar4p and Ste12p: Overexpression Toxicity in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. It’s Too Hot to Fuse!Rose, Mark
1999Jones, KathrynMechanisms of Aging: Towards Placing the Molecular Model in an Evolutionary ContextRose, Mark
-Matheson, KinnariMechanisms of Genome Stability Across EukaryotesGammie, Alison; Rose, Mark
1996Stewart, Bruce G.The Mitotic and Pheromone-Induced Forms of Yeast Kar4p are Translated from Two Different Initiation CodonsRose, Mark
1997Ard, Liza J.A Molecular Approach to Teaching High School Biology: Mutagenesis, DNA Mismatch Repair, and the Origins of CancerRose, Mark
2008Sheltzer, JasonMyo2p Transports the Cell Fusion Protein Fus2p during the Mating Response in the Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRose, Mark
2000Lee, Debora B."Not if, But When":Pandemic Influenza and the Hong Kong H5N1 OutbreakRose, Mark
2013Yun, WonpyoRegulation of Karyogamy Protein Kar4p During Mitosis and Mating in Saccharomyces cerevisiaeRose, Mark