Matthew P. Scott

Developmental Biology Stanford University School of Medicine, Palo Alto, CA, United States 
Genetic Regulation in Development and Disease
"Matthew P. Scott"

Cross-listing: Chemistry Tree - DevTree - FlyTree


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Mary Lou Pardue grad student 1980 MIT (FlyTree)
Thomas C. Kaufman post-doc 1980-1983 Indiana University Bloomington (FlyTree)


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Sheng Tang research assistant (Neurotree)
Erik C. Andersen research assistant 1996-2000 (Neurotree)
Deborah J. Andrew grad student (E-Tree)
David Bilder grad student
Lisa V. Goodrich grad student Stanford University/HHMI (Neurotree)
John Sisson grad student (FlyTree)
Karen S. Ho grad student 2002 Stanford (FlyTree)
Lara Shayne Collier grad student 2003 Stanford (FlyTree)
Dennis Chun-Yone Ko grad student 2003 Stanford (FlyTree)
Ryan Bruce Corcoran grad student 2006 Stanford (DevTree)
Robert Tyler Hillman grad student 2010 Stanford (DevTree)
Monique T. Barakat grad student 2012 Stanford (DevTree)
Debbie Andrew post-doc (FlyTree)
Sean B. Carroll post-doc (FlyTree)
Chris Q. Doe post-doc (FlyTree)
Tom Hartl post-doc (FlyTree)
Tom Hayes post-doc (FlyTree)
Xun Huang post-doc Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology,Chinese Academy of Science (FlyTree)
R. Johnsen post-doc (FlyTree)
Jim Kennison post-doc (FlyTree)
John Tamkun post-doc (FlyTree)
Keith Wharton post-doc (FlyTree)
Anthony E. Oro post-doc 1998 Stanford Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
Robert J. Wechsler-Reya post-doc 1997-2001 Stanford University & HHMI (Neurotree)
Alan Jian Zhu post-doc 2000-2005 Stanford Medical School (FlyTree)
Rajat Rohatgi post-doc 2005-2008 Stanford Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
Jer-Yen Yang post-doc 2010-2012 Stanford Medical School (Chemistry Tree)
Xuecai Ge post-doc 2011-2015 Stanford (Neurotree)
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Fraser J, Essebier A, Brown AS, et al. (2019) Common Regulatory Targets of NFIA, NFIX and NFIB during Postnatal Cerebellar Development. Cerebellum (London, England)
Fraser J, Essebier A, Brown AS, et al. (2018) Granule neuron precursor cell proliferation is regulated by NFIX and intersectin 1 during postnatal cerebellar development. Brain Structure & Function
Purzner T, Purzner J, Buckstaff T, et al. (2018) Developmental phosphoproteomics identifies the kinase CK2 as a driver of Hedgehog signaling and a therapeutic target in medulloblastoma. Science Signaling. 11
Whitson RJ, Lee A, Urman NM, et al. (2018) Noncanonical hedgehog pathway activation through SRF-MKL1 promotes drug resistance in basal cell carcinomas. Nature Medicine
Scott MP. (2016) Homeodomains, Hedgehogs, and Happiness. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 117: 331-7
Ge X, Milenkovic L, Suyama K, et al. (2015) Phosphodiesterase 4D acts downstream of Neuropilin to control Hedgehog signal transduction and the growth of medulloblastoma. Elife. 4
McCauliff LA, Xu Z, Li R, et al. (2015) Multiple Surface Regions on the Niemann-Pick C2 Protein Facilitate Intracellular Cholesterol Transport. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Li YH, Luo J, Mosley YC, et al. (2015) AMP-Activated Protein Kinase Directly Phosphorylates and Destabilizes Hedgehog Pathway Transcription Factor GLI1 in Medulloblastoma. Cell Reports
Milenkovic L, Weiss LE, Yoon J, et al. (2015) Single-molecule imaging of Hedgehog pathway protein Smoothened in primary cilia reveals binding events regulated by Patched1. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Eisner A, Pazyra-Murphy MF, Durresi E, et al. (2015) The Eya1 phosphatase promotes Shh signaling during hindbrain development and oncogenesis. Developmental Cell. 33: 22-35
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