Scott A. Gerber, PhD
Professor of Molecular and Systems Biology
Professor of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Kenneth E. and Carol L. Weg Distinguished Professor
Director, Cancer Biology & Therapeutics Research Program, NCCC
Associate Director, Quantitative Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program
Molecular and Systems Biology
Biochemistry and Cell Biology
BA, Chemistry, Willamette University
PhD, Analytical Chemistry, University of Washington
Postdoc, Quantitative Proteomics, Harvard Medical School
Molecular and Cellular Biology Graduate Programs
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Program in Experimental and Molecular Medicine
Quantitative Biomedical Sciences
One Medical Center Dr.
HB - 7937
Lebanon NH 03756
Office: Rubin 734
Signal transduction in cell division
Mass spectrometry-based proteomics
Discovery proteomics for thoracic oncology
An rRNA fragment in extracellular vesicles secreted by human airway epithelial cells increases the fluoroquinolone sensitivity of P. aeruginosa.
Proteomics for the Discovery of Clinical Delirium Biomarkers: A Systematic Review of Major Studies.
Intraoperative plasma proteomic changes in cardiac surgery: In search of biomarkers of post-operative delirium.
Cooperation of chromatin remodeling SWI/SNF complex and pioneer factor AP-1 shapes 3D enhancer landscapes.
Evaluation of Quantification and Normalization Strategies for Phosphoprotein Phosphatase Affinity Proteomics: Application to Breast Cancer Signaling.
Metabolic phosphatase moonlights for proteins.
Small changes in phospho-occupancy at the kinetochore-microtubule interface drive mitotic fidelity.
Rab40c regulates focal adhesions and PP6 activity by controlling ANKRD28 ubiquitylation.
Affinity-based profiling of endogenous phosphoprotein phosphatases by mass spectrometry.
Let-7b-5p in vesicles secreted by human airway cells reduces biofilm formation and increases antibiotic sensitivity of P. aeruginosa.