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Thomas Dean Pollard, M.D.

1972-1978 Anatomy Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
 1977-1996 Cell Biology and Anatomy Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
 1996-2001 Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, United States 
 2001- Molecular Cellular and Developmental Biology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Actin
"Thomas D. Pollard"

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Satinder Singh grad student Yale (Evolution Tree)
John A. Cooper grad student 1983 Johns Hopkins
Enrique Manuel De La Cruz grad student 1992-1997 Johns Hopkins Medical School
Magdalena Bezanilla grad student 2000 Johns Hopkins (Evolution Tree)
Wei-Lih Lee grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins (Evolution Tree)
Kirsi F. Turbedsky grad student 2001 Johns Hopkins (Evolution Tree)
Ernesto Andrianantoandro grad student 2006 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Christopher C. Beltzner grad student 2007 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Aditya S. Paul grad student 2008 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Janice E. Friend grad student 2009 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Chikio Chan grad student 2010 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Shih-Chieh Ti grad student 2011 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Shambaditya Saha grad student 2012 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Chad D. McCormick grad student 2013 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Irene R. Tebbs grad student 2013 Yale (Evolution Tree)
Steven Z. Chou post-doc Yale (Evolution Tree)
Daniel P. Kiehart post-doc (Cell Biology Tree)
David Richard Kovar post-doc Yale (Cell Biology Tree)
Mark A. McNiven post-doc Johns Hopkins Medical School (Neurotree)
E. Michael Ostap post-doc
Dimitrios Vavylonis post-doc (Physics Tree)
Roland Dyche Mullins post-doc 1994-1998 Salk Institute
Kurt J. Amann post-doc 1999-2002 Salk Institute
Julien Berro post-doc 2008-2013 Yale (Evolution Tree)
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Pandit NG, Cao W, Bibeau J, et al. (2020) Force and phosphate release from Arp2/3 complex promote dissociation of actin filament branches. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Nickaeen M, Berro J, Pollard TD, et al. (2019) Actin assembly produces sufficient forces for endocytosis in yeast. Molecular Biology of the Cell. mbcE19010059
Chou SZ, Pollard TD. (2019) Mechanism of actin polymerization revealed by cryo-EM structures of actin filaments with three different bound nucleotides. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Pollard TD, O'Shaughnessy B. (2019) Molecular Mechanism of Cytokinesis. Annual Review of Biochemistry
Epstein AE, Espinoza-Sanchez S, Pollard TD. (2018) Phosphorylation of Arp2 is not essential for Arp2/3 complex activity in fission yeast. Life Science Alliance. 1: e201800202
Fujiwara I, Zweifel ME, Courtemanche N, et al. (2018) Latrunculin A Accelerates Actin Filament Depolymerization in Addition to Sequestering Actin Monomers. Current Biology : Cb
Espinoza-Sanchez S, Metskas LA, Chou SZ, et al. (2018) Conformational changes in Arp2/3 complex induced by ATP, WASp-VCA, and actin filaments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Arasada R, Sayyad WA, Berro J, et al. (2017) High-speed super-resolution imaging of the proteins in fission yeast clathrin-mediated endocytic actin patches. Molecular Biology of the Cell
Friend JE, Sayyad WA, Arasada R, et al. (2017) Fission yeast Myo2: Molecular organization and diffusion in the cytoplasm. Cytoskeleton (Hoboken, N.J.)
Akamatsu M, Lin Y, Bewersdorf J, et al. (2017) Analysis of interphase node proteins in fission yeast by quantitative and super resolution fluorescence microscopy. Molecular Biology of the Cell
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