PROFESSOR MARK D. ROSE

EDUCATION

1972-1976       Bs., Genetics, Cornell University , Ithaca , NY Undergraduate research advisor: Dr. J. Roberts. Dept. of Biochemistry

1976-1982       Ph.D., M. I. T., Dept of Biology, Cambridge , MA Advisor: Dr. D. Botstein, Thesis Topic: lacZ Gene Fusion: An Assay for Gene Expression in Yeast

1982-1985       Post-doctoral Fellow, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Cambridge , MA Advisor: Dr. G. R. Fink, Research Topic: Mechanism of Yeast Nuclear Fusion

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1986                Assistant Professor, Dept. of Molecular Biology , Princeton University

1987-1991       Instructor, Yeast Genetics Course, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

1991                Associate Professor, Dept. of Molecular Biology , Princeton University

1993-current    Professor, Dept. of Molecular Biology , Princeton University

 
CONFERENCES ORGANIZED

1993               Organizer, Yeast Cell Biology Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

1993               Co-organizer, Conference: "Proteins on the Move", Princeton University

1994               Co-organizer, GSA/Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Conference

1995               Co-organizer Mid-Atlantic Yeast Meeting

1995               Organizer, Yeast Cell Biology Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

1996               Co-organizer, GSA/Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Conference

1997               Organizer, Yeast Cell Biology Meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

1999               Faculty Organizer, “Mechanisms of Pathogenesis” Princeton University

2006               Co-organizer, GSA/Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Conference

2008               Co-organizer, GSA/Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Conference

2009               Co-Chair 1St Education Minisymposium at the ASCB Annual Meeting

2010               Co-Chair GSA/Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Conference

2012               Chair GSA/ Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Conference


HONORS AND AWARDS

1972-1976       New York State and Cornell University Regents Scholarship

1976                Graduation with Highest Honors and Distinction, Cornell University ,

1976-1979       National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow

1982-1985       Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Fund for Cancer Research Fellowship

1987-1992       Presidential Young Investigator Award

1987-1992       James D. McDonnell Foundation Award

1998                Elected Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology

2009                Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
 

REVIEW AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

N.I.H. Study Section on Microbial Physiology, Ad Hoc Member 1990

N.I.H. Study Section on Cell Biology, Regular Member 1991 - 1995

Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation Scholars Advisory Panel 1997-8

Genetics Society of America Nominating Committee 1998

Editorial Board of Journal of Cell Biology, since 1991 - 2003

Life Science Research Foundation Peer Review Committee - 2007

Associate Editor of Genetics, 1996 – 2011

Faculty of 1000, 2002 – present

Senior Editor of Genetics, 2011 – present

 

EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES

Council for Science and Technology, member 2000 - 2007

Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Molecular Biology, 2002 - present

Education Committee, American Society for Cell Biology, 2007 - 2009

Princeton University Committee on Grading, 2007 - 2011

 

TEACHING AND ADVISING

Undergraduate Teaching:

MOL342 – Genetics (co-taught with Gertrude Schupbach) 1994-present

MOL214 – Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology (2 week Cell Biology Module) 2008-present

Graduate Teaching:

MOL506 – Eukaryotic Molecular Biology (co-taught with Shirley Tilghman) 1987-1992

MOL545 – Advanced Microbial Genetics (Co-taught with various faculty) 1987- present

 

MENTORING

Senior Thesis Students: To date, I have mentored 35 undergraduate students. Doctoral Theses: I have trained 16 PhD students, who have already completed their degrees. Four more students are currently in training.

As our Department "Director of Undergraduate Studies," I have been responsible for all aspects of the undergraduate curriculum, including establishment of new courses, helping to recruit faculty to teach courses, adherence to the university grading policy, advising of students, and selection of honors and awards.

RECENT AND SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (91 total)

 

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