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David Weinberg, PhD

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San Francisco CA 94158
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    Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyPhD2013Biology
    Yale UniversityBS/MS2007Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
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    RNA Society2014Scaringe Graduate Student Award
    Forbes Magazine2013‘30 Under 30’ in Science and Healthcare
    National Institutes of Health2013 - 2018NIH Director's Early Independence Award
    University of California, San Francisco2013 - 2018UCSF Faculty Fellow
    Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center2013Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award

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    Formation and regulation of the translating mRNP
    NIH DP5OD017895Sep 19, 2013 - Aug 31, 2018
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Weinberg DE, Gross JD. Molecular biology: Messenger RNAs marked for longer life. Nature. 2016 Dec 21. PMID: 28002405.
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    2. Di Santo R, Aboulhouda S, Weinberg DE. The fail-safe mechanism of post-transcriptional silencing of unspliced HAC1 mRNA. Elife. 2016 Oct 01; 5. PMID: 27692069.
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    3. Odegaard JI, Lee MW, Sogawa Y, Bertholet AM, Locksley RM, Weinberg D, Kirichok Y, Deo RC, Chawla A, et al. Perinatal Licensing of Thermogenesis by IL-33 and ST2. Cell. 2016 Jul 20. PMID: 27453471.
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    4. Weinberg DE, Shah P, Eichhorn SW, Hussmann JA, Plotkin JB, Bartel DP. Improved Ribosome-Footprint and mRNA Measurements Provide Insights into Dynamics and Regulation of Yeast Translation. Cell Rep. 2016 Feb 23; 14(7):1787-99. PMID: 26876183.
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    5. Presnyak V, Alhusaini N, Chen YH, Martin S, Morris N, Kline N, Olson S, Weinberg D, Baker KE, Graveley BR, Coller J. Codon optimality is a major determinant of mRNA stability. Cell. 2015 Mar 12; 160(6):1111-24. PMID: 25768907; PMCID: PMC4359748.
    6. Nakanishi K, Weinberg DE, Bartel DP, Patel DJ. Structure of yeast Argonaute with guide RNA. Nature. 2012 Jun 21; 486(7403):368-74. PMID: 22722195; PMCID: PMC3853139.
    7. Bernstein DA, Vyas VK, Weinberg DE, Drinnenberg IA, Bartel DP, Fink GR. Candida albicans Dicer (CaDcr1) is required for efficient ribosomal and spliceosomal RNA maturation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Jan 10; 109(2):523-8. PMID: 22173636; PMCID: PMC3258626.
    8. Sim S, Yao J, Weinberg DE, Niessen S, Yates JR, Wolin SL. The zipcode-binding protein ZBP1 influences the subcellular location of the Ro 60-kDa autoantigen and the noncoding Y3 RNA. RNA. 2012 Jan; 18(1):100-10. PMID: 22114317; PMCID: PMC3261732.
    9. Weinberg DE, Nakanishi K, Patel DJ, Bartel DP. The inside-out mechanism of Dicers from budding yeasts. Cell. 2011 Jul 22; 146(2):262-76. PMID: 21784247; PMCID: PMC3169304.
    10. Drinnenberg IA, Weinberg DE, Xie KT, Mower JP, Wolfe KH, Fink GR, Bartel DP. RNAi in budding yeast. Science. 2009 Oct 23; 326(5952):544-50. PMID: 19745116; PMCID: PMC3786161.
    11. Sim S, Weinberg DE, Fuchs G, Choi K, Chung J, Wolin SL. The subcellular distribution of an RNA quality control protein, the Ro autoantigen, is regulated by noncoding Y RNA binding. Mol Biol Cell. 2009 Mar; 20(5):1555-64. PMID: 19116308; PMCID: PMC2649258.
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