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Michael Greenberg – Graduate Student

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Research Interests

Cells are dynamic structures that must be able to generate and respond to forces.  The ability of cells to generate and respond to forces is mediated by the cytoskeleton and modulated by cytoskeletal associated binding proteins.  My research utilizes in vitro motility assays and single molecule techniques to study:  (A) the mechanical and kinetic modulation of the myosin II motor by the regulatory light chains and (B) the transduction and modulation of cytoskeletal forces via actin and associated actin binding proteins.

Education

Undergraduate:
2000-2004
Brandeis University (MA)
Bachelors of Science in Physics, Chemistry,
and Biological Physics Honors

Thesis:  Design of a Fourier Optics Apparatus
for Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories
Advisor: Robert Meyer


Graduate:
2005
Boston University (MA)
Ph.D Candidate
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
Advisor:  Jeffrey Moore

Publications

Greenberg M, Canter K, Mahler I, Tornheim A. (2005) Observation of magnetoreceptive behavior in a multicellular magnetotactic prokaryote in higher than geomagnetic fields.  Biophysical Journal. 88(2): 1496-9.

Greenberg MJ, Wang CLA, Lehman W, Moore JR.  (2007) Modulation of actin mechanics by caldesmon and tropomyosin.  Submitted to Cell Motility and Cytoskeleton.

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June 10, 2010
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