Carol W. Greider

Molecular Biology & Genetics Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Telomeres and telomerase in chromosome maintenance and stability
"Carol Greider"

The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2009 was awarded jointly to Elizabeth H. Blackburn, Carol W. Greider and Jack W. Szostak "for the discovery of how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase".

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Beatrice March Sweeney research assistant UC Santa Barbara (Plant Biology Tree)
Leslie Wilson research assistant 1981 UC Santa Barbara (Neurotree)
Klaus K. Weber research assistant 1982 Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie (Chemistry Tree)
Elizabeth H. Blackburn grad student 1987 UC Berkeley
 (Identification and characterization of telomere terminal transferase)


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Jill R. Crittenden grad student CSHL (Neurotree)
Lea Harrington grad student CSHL
Michael T. Hemann grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
Douglas X. Mason grad student 2002 Johns Hopkins
Jennifer A. Hackett grad student 2003 Johns Hopkins
Arne S. IJpma grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
Ling-Yang Hao grad student 2005 Johns Hopkins
David M. Feldser grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Vinod Ranganathan grad student 2011 Johns Hopkins
Sofia L. Vidal-Cardenas grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
Stella Lee grad student 2010-2015 Johns Hopkins
Steven Wang grad student 2011-2016 Johns Hopkins
Alexandra Pike grad student 2011-2017 Johns Hopkins
Rebecca Keener grad student 2013-2019 Johns Hopkins
Callie Shubin grad student 2016-2020 Johns Hopkins
Kayarash Karimian grad student 2015-2022 Johns Hopkins
Samantha Sholes grad student 2018-2022 Johns Hopkins
Mary Armanios post-doc Johns Hopkins
Chantal Autexier post-doc CSHL
Maria Blasco post-doc Spanish National Cancer Centre, Madrid, Spain
Kathleen Collins post-doc UC Berkeley
Julian J-L Chen post-doc 1998-2004 Johns Hopkins Medical School
Ling Qi post-doc 2001-2004 (Cell Biology Tree)
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Karimian K, Groot A, Huso V, et al. (2024) Human telomere length is chromosome end-specific and conserved across individuals. Science (New York, N.Y.). eado0431
Karimian K, Groot A, Huso V, et al. (2023) Human telomere length is chromosome specific and conserved across individuals. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Chun-On P, Hinchie AM, Beale HC, et al. (2022) TPP1 promoter mutations cooperate with TERT promoter mutations to lengthen telomeres in melanoma. Science (New York, N.Y.). 378: 664-668
Connelly CJ, Vidal-Cardenas S, Goldsmith S, et al. (2021) The Bur1 cyclin-dependent kinase regulates telomere length in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Yeast (Chichester, England)
Sholes SL, Karimian K, Gershman A, et al. (2021) Chromosome-specific telomere lengths and the minimal functional telomere revealed by nanopore sequencing. Genome Research
Shubin CB, Mayangsari R, Swett AD, et al. (2021) Rif1 regulates telomere length through conserved HEAT repeats. Nucleic Acids Research
Adler BL, Boin F, Wolters PJ, et al. (2021) Autoantibodies targeting telomere-associated proteins in systemic sclerosis. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases
Shubin CB, Greider CW. (2020) The Role of Rif1 in telomere length regulation is separable from its role in origin firing. Elife. 9
Shubin CB, Greider CW. (2020) Author response: The role of Rif1 in telomere length regulation is separable from its role in origin firing Elife
Greider CW, Sheltzer JM, Cantalupo NC, et al. (2019) Increasing gender diversity in the STEM research workforce. Science (New York, N.Y.). 366: 692-695
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