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James E. Rothman

1978-1988 Biochemistry Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 1988-1991 Molecular Biology Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
 1991-2004 Cellular Biochemistry and Biophysics Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Rockville Centre, NY, United States 
 2004-2008 Cellular Biophysics Columbia University, New York, NY 
 2008- Cell Biology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Secretion, membrane fusion
"James E. Rothman"
Discovered most of the eukaryotic SNARE-mediated membrane fusion machinery
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2013 was awarded jointly to James E. Rothman, Randy W. Schekman and Thomas C. Südhof "for their discoveries of machinery regulating vesicle traffic, a major transport system in our cells".

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Eugene Patrick Kennedy grad student 1976 Harvard Medical School
 (Transbilayer asymmetry and its maintenance in biological membranes)
Harvey  F. Lodish post-doc 1976-1978 MIT


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Robert J Johnston research assistant (Neurotree)
Con Beckers grad student
William G. Dunphy grad student Caltech (Chemistry Tree)
Sandra Schmid grad student Stanford
John L. R. Rubenstein grad student 1980-1982 Stanford (Neurotree)
Benjamin Glick grad student 1983-1988 Stanford
Tobias M. Hohl grad student 1995-2000 (Chemistry Tree)
Daniel T. Radoff grad student 2007-2011 Columbia (Chemistry Tree)
Lena K Schroder grad student 2008-2014 Yale
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Sarah M. Auclair post-doc Yale School of Medicine (Chemistry Tree)
William E. Balch post-doc Stanford
Frantz Brückert post-doc (Chemistry Tree)
Vivek Malhotra post-doc Stanford
Gero Miesenbock post-doc Memorial Sloan Kettering (Neurotree)
Abdou Rachid Thiam post-doc
Peggy J. Weidman post-doc Princeton (Neurotree)
Ai Yamamoto post-doc (Neurotree)
Suzanne R. Pfeffer post-doc 1984-1985 Stanford
Michael Brunner post-doc 1989-1991 University of Heidelberg
Martin Gerard (Gerry) Waters post-doc 1990-1992 Princeton
Sidney W. Whiteheart post-doc 1994 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Chemistry Tree)
Giampietro Schiavo post-doc 1996 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Neurotree)
James A. McNew post-doc 1995-2000 Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Chemistry Tree)
Greg Lavieu post-doc 2006-2015
Sathish Ramakrishnan post-doc 2015-2019 (Chemistry Tree)
Erdem Karatekin research scientist 2008-2011 Yale (Chemistry Tree)
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Kalyana Sundaram RV, Jin H, Li F, et al. (2020) Munc13 binds and recruits SNAP25 to chaperone SNARE complex assembly. Febs Letters
Gruget C, Bello O, Coleman J, et al. (2020) Synaptotagmin-1 membrane binding is driven by the C2B domain and assisted cooperatively by the C2A domain. Scientific Reports. 10: 18011
Ziltener P, Rebane AA, Graham M, et al. (2020) The golgin family exhibits a propensity to form condensates in living cells. Febs Letters
Raote I, Ernst AM, Campelo F, et al. (2020) TANGO1 membrane helices create a lipid diffusion barrier at curved membranes. Elife. 9
Ramakrishnan S, Bera M, Coleman J, et al. (2020) Synergistic roles of Synaptotagmin-1 and complexin in calcium-regulated neuronal exocytosis. Elife. 9
Tagliatti E, Bello OD, Mendonça PRF, et al. (2020) Synaptotagmin 1 oligomers clamp and regulate different modes of neurotransmitter release. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Zhang Y, Schroeder LK, Lessard MD, et al. (2020) Nanoscale subcellular architecture revealed by multicolor three-dimensional salvaged fluorescence imaging. Nature Methods
Shu T, Jin H, Rothman JE, et al. (2019) Munc13-1 MUN domain and Munc18-1 cooperatively chaperone SNARE assembly through a tetrameric complex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Rebane AA, Ziltener P, LaMonica LC, et al. (2019) Liquid-Liquid Phase Separation of the Golgi Matrix Protein GM130. Febs Letters
Tiwari N, Graham M, Liu X, et al. (2019) Golgin45-Syntaxin5 Interaction Contributes to Structural Integrity of the Golgi Stack. Scientific Reports. 9: 12465
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