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Megan Mayerle, PhD

TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentCellular Molecular Pharmacology
Address600 16th St
San Francisco CA 94158
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    The Johns Hopkins UniversityPhD2012Biology
    Marquette UniversityBS2004Biology and English Literature
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    University of California San Francisco2016  - 2016RNA Society Travel Award
    Johns Hopkins University2009  - 2010Deans Teaching Fellowship
    Marquette University2004Alpha Sigma Nu Membership
    Johns Hopkins University2010  - 2010Graduate Representative Organization Travel Grant
    Marquette University2000  - 2004Ignatius Scholarship

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    Cells have developed elaborate mechanisms to minimize errors in gene expression. These fall into two broad categories: 1) fidelity mechanisms intrinsic to the gene expression machinery that minimize errors during transcription, RNA pro-cessing, and translation, and 2) surveillance mechanisms that scan the products of the gene expression machinery for errors and correct them. I am broadly interested the mechanistic basis of how the components of the large, RNA-protein complexes involved in gene expression maintain fidelity, and how aberrant versions of these complexes can cause and contribute to human diseases.


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    Spliceosome Activation at the Single Molecule Level: Insight from Disease Alleles
    NIH F32GM109512Sep 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2016
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Mayerle M, Guthrie C. Genetics and biochemistry remain essential in the structural era of the spliceosome. Methods. 2017 Jan 26. PMID: 28132896.
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    2. Mayerle M, Guthrie C. Prp8 retinitis pigmentosa mutants cause defects in the transition between the catalytic steps of splicing. RNA. 2016 May; 22(5):793-809. PMID: 26968627.
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    3. Mayerle M, Guthrie C. A new communication hub in the RNA world. Nat Struct Mol Biol. 2016 Mar 2; 23(3):189-90. PMID: 26931416.
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    4. Kim H, Abeysirigunawarden SC, Chen K, Mayerle M, Ragunathan K, Luthey-Schulten Z, Ha T, Woodson SA. Protein-guided RNA dynamics during early ribosome assembly. Nature. 2014 Feb 20; 506(7488):334-8. PMID: 24522531; PMCID: PMC3968076.
    5. Mayerle M, Woodson SA. Specific contacts between protein S4 and ribosomal RNA are required at multiple stages of ribosome assembly. RNA. 2013 Apr; 19(4):574-85. PMID: 23431409; PMCID: PMC3677267.
    6. Chen K, Eargle J, Lai J, Kim H, Abeysirigunawardena S, Mayerle M, Woodson S, Ha T, Luthey-Schulten Z. Assembly of the five-way junction in the ribosomal small subunit using hybrid MD-Go simulations. J Phys Chem B. 2012 Jun 14; 116(23):6819-31. PMID: 22458631; PMCID: PMC3422213.
    7. Mayerle M, Bellur DL, Woodson SA. Slow formation of stable complexes during coincubation of minimal rRNA and ribosomal protein S4. J Mol Biol. 2011 Sep 23; 412(3):453-65. PMID: 21821049; PMCID: PMC3167742.
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