Catherine Gilbert

Catherine Gilbert

BA, Scripps College
Alumni
Thesis Lab: 
Machamer Lab
Associated BCMB Faculty Member: 
Selected Publications:
Gilbert, CE., Sztul, E., Machamer, CE., 2018, “Commonly used trafficking blocks disrupt ARF1 activation and the localization and function of specific Golgi proteins,” Mol Biol Cell. pii: mbc.E17-11-0622. PMCID: PMC5896932 [Available on 2018-06-30] PubMed
Gilbert, CE., Zuckerman, DM., Currier, PL. and Machamer, CE., 2014, "Three basic residues of intracellular loop 3 of the Beta-1 adrenergic receptor are required for golgin-160-dependent trafficking," Int J Mol Sci. 15(2):2929-45. PMCID: PMC3958891 PubMed
Teng, X., Dayhoff-Brannigan, M., Cheng, WC., Gilbert, CE., Sing, CN., Diny, N.L., Wheelan, SJ., Dunham, MJ., Boeke, JD., Pineda, FJ. and Hardwick, JM., 2013, "Genome-wide Consequences of Deleting Any Single Gene," Mol Cell. 52(4):485-94. PMCID: PMC3975072     PubMed
Beginning year: 
2011
Graduation year: 
2017
Position: 
Research Technologist
Affiliation: 
Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine
Affiliation type: 
Academic/Research Institution
Position type: 
Research