Willow Coyote-Maestas, PhD, MS

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Bioengineering
SchoolSchool of Pharmacy
Address1700 4th Street, #401
San Francisco CA 94158
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    The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WABS06/2014Chemistry
    The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WABA06/2014Environmental Studies
    University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MNMS11/2019Bioinformatics & Computational Biology
    University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MNPhD01/2021Biochemistry, Molecular Biology & Biophysics
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    National Science Foundation2013  - 2014All Nations Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation in STEM
    National Science Foundation2017  - 2018Graduate Research Fellowship
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute2018  - 2021Gilliam Fellow
    University of Minnesota, Twin Cities2019Ross A. Gortner Research Award
    University of Minnesota, Twin Cities2020Milne-Brandenbrug Research Award
    Howard Hughes Medical Institute2021  - 2027Hanna Gray Fellow
    Quantitative Biology Institute2021  - 2023Fellow
    Chan Zuckerberg Biohub 2023  - 2028Investigator

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    1. Rosace: a robust deep mutational scanning analysis framework employing position and mean-variance shrinkage. Genome Biol. 2024 May 24; 25(1):138. Rao J, Xin R, Macdonald C, Howard MK, Estevam GO, Yee SW, Wang M, Fraser JS, Coyote-Maestas W, Pimentel H. PMID: 38789982; PMCID: PMC11127319.
      View in: PubMed   Mentions: 1     Fields:    Translation:Humans
    2. The full spectrum of SLC22 OCT1 mutations illuminates the bridge between drug transporter biophysics and pharmacogenomics. Mol Cell. 2024 May 16; 84(10):1932-1947.e10. Yee SW, Macdonald CB, Mitrovic D, Zhou X, Koleske ML, Yang J, Buitrago Silva D, Rockefeller Grimes P, Trinidad DD, More SS, Kachuri L, Witte JS, Delemotte L, Giacomini KM, Coyote-Maestas W. PMID: 38703769.
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    3. Molecular basis of proton-sensing by G protein-coupled receptors. bioRxiv. 2024 Apr 18. Howard MK, Hoppe N, Huang XP, Macdonald CB, Mehrota E, Grimes PR, Zahm A, Trinidad DD, English J, Coyote-Maestas W, Manglik A. PMID: 38659943; PMCID: PMC11042331.
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    4. Defining and Reducing Variant Classification Disparities. medRxiv. 2024 Apr 12. Dawood M, Fayer S, Pendyala S, Post M, Kalra D, Patterson K, Venner E, Muffley LA, Fowler DM, Rubin AF, Posey JE, Plon SE, Lupski JR, Gibbs RA, Starita LM, Robles-Espinoza CD, Coyote-Maestas W, Gallego Romero I. PMID: 38645101; PMCID: PMC11030469.
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    5. Profiling the proximal proteome of the activated μ-opioid receptor. Nat Chem Biol. 2024 Mar 25. Polacco BJ, Lobingier BT, Blythe EE, Abreu N, Khare P, Howard MK, Gonzalez-Hernandez AJ, Xu J, Li Q, Novy B, Naing ZZC, Shoichet BK, Coyote-Maestas W, Levitz J, Krogan NJ, Von Zastrow M, Hüttenhain R. PMID: 38528119.
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    6. Conserved regulatory motifs in the juxtamembrane domain and kinase N-lobe revealed through deep mutational scanning of the MET receptor tyrosine kinase domain. bioRxiv. 2023 Aug 03. Estevam GO, Linossi EM, Macdonald CB, Espinoza CA, Michaud JM, Coyote-Maestas W, Collisson EA, Jura N, Fraser JS. PMID: 37577651; PMCID: PMC10418267.
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    7. The full spectrum of OCT1 (SLC22A1) mutations bridges transporter biophysics to drug pharmacogenomics. bioRxiv. 2023 Jun 07. Yee SW, Macdonald C, Mitrovic D, Zhou X, Koleske ML, Yang J, Silva DB, Grimes PR, Trinidad D, More SS, Kachuri L, Witte JS, Delemotte L, Giacomini KM, Coyote-Maestas W. PMID: 37333090; PMCID: PMC10274788.
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    8. DIMPLE: deep insertion, deletion, and missense mutation libraries for exploring protein variation in evolution, disease, and biology. Genome Biol. 2023 02 24; 24(1):36. Macdonald CB, Nedrud D, Grimes PR, Trinidad D, Fraser JS, Coyote-Maestas W. PMID: 36829241; PMCID: PMC9951526.
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    9. Determinants of trafficking, conduction, and disease within a K+ channel revealed through multiparametric deep mutational scanning. Elife. 2022 05 31; 11. Coyote-Maestas W, Nedrud D, He Y, Schmidt D. PMID: 35639599; PMCID: PMC9273215.
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    10. Probing ion channel functional architecture and domain recombination compatibility by massively parallel domain insertion profiling. Nat Commun. 2021 12 08; 12(1):7114. Coyote-Maestas W, Nedrud D, Suma A, He Y, Matreyek KA, Fowler DM, Carnevale V, Myers CL, Schmidt D. PMID: 34880224; PMCID: PMC8654947.
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    11. ORACLE reveals a bright future to fight bacteria. Elife. 2021 04 15; 10. Coyote-Maestas W, Fraser JS. PMID: 33856343; PMCID: PMC8049741.
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    12. A large-scale survey of pairwise epistasis reveals a mechanism for evolutionary expansion and specialization of PDZ domains. Proteins. 2021 Feb 23. Nedrud D, Coyote-Maestas W, Schmidt D. PMID: 33620761.
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    13. Targeted insertional mutagenesis libraries for deep domain insertion profiling. Nucleic Acids Res. 2020 Jan 24; 48(2):1010. Coyote-Maestas W, Nedrud D, Okorafor S, He Y, Schmidt D. PMID: 31799630; PMCID: PMC6954404.
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    14. Targeted insertional mutagenesis libraries for deep domain insertion profiling. Nucleic Acids Res. 2020 01 24; 48(2):e11. Coyote-Maestas W, Nedrud D, Okorafor S, He Y, Schmidt D. PMID: 31745561; PMCID: PMC6954442.
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    15. Domain insertion permissibility-guided engineering of allostery in ion channels. Nat Commun. 2019 01 17; 10(1):290. Coyote-Maestas W, He Y, Myers CL, Schmidt D. PMID: 30655517; PMCID: PMC6336875.
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    16. Two distinct pools of B12 analogs reveal community interdependencies in the ocean. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2017 01 10; 114(2):364-369. Heal KR, Qin W, Ribalet F, Bertagnolli AD, Coyote-Maestas W, Hmelo LR, Moffett JW, Devol AH, Armbrust EV, Stahl DA, Ingalls AE. PMID: 28028206; PMCID: PMC5240700.
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