Samuel Ward

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 1988 Embryology Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC, United States 
 1988- Molecular and Cellular Biology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
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mutants of C. elegans
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Parents

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William Bill Barry Wood grad student 1971 Caltech
 (Structure and assembly of bacteriophage T4 tail fibers)
Sydney Brenner post-doc 1971-1973 MRC-LMB

Children

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Thomas M. Roberts grad student Carnegie Institute (Cell Biology Tree)
Yair Argon grad student 1980 Harvard
Daniel Joseph Burke grad student 1984 Johns Hopkins (Cell Biology Tree)
Jeremy Nance grad student 1999 University of Arizona (GenetiTree)
Paul J. Muhlrad grad student 2001 University of Arizona
Asher D. Cutter grad student 2004 University of Arizona
Nicole L. Washington grad student 2006 University of Arizona
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Ward SE, Kim HS, Komurov K, et al. (2012) Host modulators of H1N1 cytopathogenicity. Plos One. 7: e39284
Gallardo TD, John GB, Shirley L, et al. (2007) Genomewide discovery and classification of candidate ovarian fertility genes in the mouse. Genetics. 177: 179-94
Washington NL, Ward S. (2006) FER-1 regulates Ca2+ -mediated membrane fusion during C. elegans spermatogenesis. Journal of Cell Science. 119: 2552-62
Cutter AD, Ward S. (2005) Sexual and temporal dynamics of molecular evolution in C. elegans development. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 22: 178-88
Matyash V, Entchev EV, Mende F, et al. (2004) Sterol-derived hormone(s) controls entry into diapause in Caenorhabditis elegans by consecutive activation of DAF-12 and DAF-16. Plos Biology. 2: e280
Miller MA, Cutter AD, Yamamoto I, et al. (2004) Clustered organization of reproductive genes in the C. elegans genome. Current Biology : Cb. 14: 1284-90
Reinke V, Gil IS, Ward S, et al. (2004) Genome-wide germline-enriched and sex-biased expression profiles in Caenorhabditis elegans. Development (Cambridge, England). 131: 311-23
Kurzchalia TV, Ward S. (2003) Why do worms need cholesterol? Nature Cell Biology. 5: 684-8
Cutter AD, Avilés L, Ward S. (2003) The proximate determinants of sex ratio in C. elegans populations. Genetical Research. 81: 91-102
LaMunyon CW, Ward S. (2002) Evolution of larger sperm in response to experimentally increased sperm competition in Caenorhabditis elegans. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 269: 1125-8
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