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    Martin Kampmann, PhD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentInstitute for Neurodegenerative Diseases
    Address675 Nelson Rising Lane
    San Francisco CA 94158
    Phone415-514-5545
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      NIH2015 - 2020New Innovator Award
      Paul G. Allen Family Foundation2015 - 2018Allen Distinguished Investigator Award
      NIH/NCI2014 - 2018Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00)
      Program for Breakthrough Biomedical Research, UCSF2012Postdoctoral Fellowship
      Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund2010 - 2013Postdoctoral Fellowship
      The Rockefeller University2006David Rockefeller Fellowship
      Howard Hughes Medical Institute2003 - 2008Predoctoral Fellowship
      Magdalene College, Cambridge University2003Saunders Prize for Natural Sciences
      Magdalene College, Cambridge University2002Keilin Prize for Natural Sciences
      German National Merit Foundation (Studienstiftung)1999 - 2003Undergraduate Scholarship

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      Our goal is to understand how human cells maintain their proteins in a functional and balanced state. The cellular pathways safeguarding protein function and balance are termed the proteostasis network. We aim to elucidate how the proteostasis network dynamically adapts to the needs of the cell and how it is challenged and rewired in diseases, especially cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.

      We use an interdisciplinary approach to address these questions. Our functional genomics technology enables us to query the function of each gene in the human genome in a process of interest. We systematically investigate interactions between genes to identify pathways and networks. The resulting genetic interaction maps can reveal how the proteostasis network is rewired in disease contexts. We use biochemistry, biophysics and cell biology to uncover the mechanisms by which genes function in normal and disease states of the cell.


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      1. Horlbeck MA, Gilbert LA, Villalta JE, Adamson B, Pak RA, Chen Y, Fields AP, Park CY, Corn JE, Kampmann M, Weissman JS. Compact and highly active next-generation libraries for CRISPR-mediated gene repression and activation. Elife. 2016 Sep 23; 5. PMID: 27661255.
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      2. Anderson DJ, Le Moigne R, Djakovic S, Kumar B, Rice J, Wong S, Wang J, Yao B, Valle E, Kiss von Soly S, Madriaga A, Soriano F, Menon MK, Wu ZY, Kampmann M, Chen Y, Weissman JS, Aftab BT, Yakes FM, Shawver L, Zhou HJ, Wustrow D, Rolfe M. Targeting the AAA ATPase p97 as an Approach to Treat Cancer through Disruption of Protein Homeostasis. Cancer Cell. 2015 Nov 9; 28(5):653-65. PMID: 26555175.
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      3. Acosta-Alvear D, Cho MY, Wild T, Buchholz TJ, Lerner AG, Simakova O, Hahn J, Korde N, Landgren O, Maric I, Choudhary C, Walter P, Weissman JS, Kampmann M. Paradoxical resistance of multiple myeloma to proteasome inhibitors by decreased levels of 19S proteasomal subunits. Elife. 2015; 4. PMID: 26327694; PMCID: PMC4602331.
      4. Kampmann M, Horlbeck MA, Chen Y, Tsai JC, Bassik MC, Gilbert LA, Villalta JE, Kwon SC, Chang H, Kim VN, Weissman JS. Next-generation libraries for robust RNA interference-based genome-wide screens. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Jun 30; 112(26):E3384-91. PMID: 26080438; PMCID: PMC4491794 [Available on 12/30/15].
      5. Sidrauski C, Tsai JC, Kampmann M, Hearn BR, Vedantham P, Jaishankar P, Sokabe M, Mendez AS, Newton BW, Tang EL, Verschueren E, Johnson JR, Krogan NJ, Fraser CS, Weissman JS, Renslo AR, Walter P. Pharmacological dimerization and activation of the exchange factor eIF2B antagonizes the integrated stress response. Elife. 2015; 4:e07314. PMID: 25875391; PMCID: PMC4426669.
      6. Kampmann M, Bassik MC, Weissman JS. Corrigendum: functional genomics platform for pooled screening and generation of mammalian genetic interaction maps. Nat Protoc. 2015 Apr; 10(4):643. PMID: 25811902.
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      7. Li X, Colvin T, Rauch JN, Acosta-Alvear D, Kampmann M, Dunyak B, Hann B, Aftab BT, Murnane M, Cho M, Walter P, Weissman JS, Sherman MY, Gestwicki JE. Validation of the Hsp70-Bag3 protein-protein interaction as a potential therapeutic target in cancer. Mol Cancer Ther. 2015 Mar; 14(3):642-8. PMID: 25564440; PMCID: PMC4456214 [Available on 03/01/16].
      8. Gilbert LA, Horlbeck MA, Adamson B, Villalta JE, Chen Y, Whitehead EH, Guimaraes C, Panning B, Ploegh HL, Bassik MC, Qi LS, Kampmann M, Weissman JS. Genome-Scale CRISPR-Mediated Control of Gene Repression and Activation. Cell. 2014 Oct 23; 159(3):647-61. PMID: 25307932; PMCID: PMC4253859.
      9. Gu S, Zhang Y, Jin L, Huang Y, Zhang F, Bassik MC, Kampmann M, Kay MA. Weak base pairing in both seed and 3' regions reduces RNAi off-targets and enhances si/shRNA designs. Nucleic Acids Res. 2014 Oct 29; 42(19):12169-76. PMID: 25270879; PMCID: PMC4231738.
      10. Julien O, Kampmann M, Bassik MC, Zorn JA, Venditto VJ, Shimbo K, Agard NJ, Shimada K, Rheingold AL, Stockwell BR, Weissman JS, Wells JA. Unraveling the mechanism of cell death induced by chemical fibrils. Nat Chem Biol. 2014 Nov; 10(11):969-76. PMID: 25262416; PMCID: PMC4201873.
      11. Kampmann M, Bassik MC, Weissman JS. Functional genomics platform for pooled screening and generation of mammalian genetic interaction maps. Nat Protoc. 2014 Aug; 9(8):1825-47. PMID: 24992097; PMCID: PMC4144868.
      12. Matheny CJ, Wei MC, Bassik MC, Donnelly AJ, Kampmann M, Iwasaki M, Piloto O, Solow-Cordero DE, Bouley DM, Rau R, Brown P, McManus MT, Weissman JS, Cleary ML. Next-generation NAMPT inhibitors identified by sequential high-throughput phenotypic chemical and functional genomic screens. Chem Biol. 2013 Nov 21; 20(11):1352-63. PMID: 24183972; PMCID: PMC3881547.
      13. Kampmann M, Bassik MC, Weissman JS. Integrated platform for genome-wide screening and construction of high-density genetic interaction maps in mammalian cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 Jun 18; 110(25):E2317-26. PMID: 23739767; PMCID: PMC3690882.
      14. Bassik MC, Kampmann M, Lebbink RJ, Wang S, Hein MY, Poser I, Weibezahn J, Horlbeck MA, Chen S, Mann M, Hyman AA, Leproust EM, McManus MT, Weissman JS. A systematic mammalian genetic interaction map reveals pathways underlying ricin susceptibility. Cell. 2013 Feb 14; 152(4):909-22. PMID: 23394947; PMCID: PMC3652613.
      15. Atkinson CE, Mattheyses AL, Kampmann M, Simon SM. Conserved spatial organization of FG domains in the nuclear pore complex. Biophys J. 2013 Jan 8; 104(1):37-50. PMID: 23332057; PMCID: PMC3540264.
      16. Bassik MC, Kampmann M. Knocking out the door to tunicamycin entry. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Jul 19; 108(29):11731-2. PMID: 21734150; PMCID: PMC3141928.
      17. Kampmann M, Atkinson CE, Mattheyses AL, Simon SM. Mapping the orientation of nuclear pore proteins in living cells with polarized fluorescence microscopy. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2011 Jun; 18(6):643-9. PMID: 21499242; PMCID: PMC3109191.
      18. Mattheyses AL, Kampmann M, Atkinson CE, Simon SM. Fluorescence anisotropy reveals order and disorder of protein domains in the nuclear pore complex. Biophys J. 2010 Sep 22; 99(6):1706-17. PMID: 20858414; PMCID: PMC2941012.
      19. Leung AK, Kambach C, Kondo Y, Kampmann M, Jinek M, Nagai K. Use of RNA tertiary interaction modules for the crystallisation of the spliceosomal snRNP core domain. J Mol Biol. 2010 Sep 10; 402(1):154-64. PMID: 20643141.
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      20. Kampmann M, Blobel G. Biochemistry. Nascent proteins caught in the act. Science. 2009 Dec 4; 326(5958):1352-3. PMID: 19965743.
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      21. Nagy V, Hsia KC, Debler EW, Kampmann M, Davenport AM, Blobel G, Hoelz A. Structure of a trimeric nucleoporin complex reveals alternate oligomerization states. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Oct 20; 106(42):17693-8. PMID: 19805193; PMCID: PMC2764879.
      22. Kampmann M, Blobel G. Three-dimensional structure and flexibility of a membrane-coating module of the nuclear pore complex. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2009 Jul; 16(7):782-8. PMID: 19503077; PMCID: PMC2706296.
      23. Kampmann M. Facilitated diffusion in chromatin lattices: mechanistic diversity and regulatory potential. Mol Microbiol. 2005 Aug; 57(4):889-99. PMID: 16091032.
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      24. Kampmann M, Stock D. Reverse gyrase has heat-protective DNA chaperone activity independent of supercoiling. Nucleic Acids Res. 2004; 32(12):3537-45. PMID: 15247343; PMCID: PMC484171.
      25. Kampmann M. Obstacle bypass in protein motion along DNA by two-dimensional rather than one-dimensional sliding. J Biol Chem. 2004 Sep 10; 279(37):38715-20. PMID: 15234977.
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