Monday Lecture Series
(open to the Rockefeller community)
Monday, January 9, 2023
Tim Stearns, Ph.D.
Dean of Graduate & Postgraduate Studies,
VP of Educational Affairs,
Head of the Laboratory
The Rockefeller University
Olfactory Sensory Neurons: Centrioles and Cilia in Sensation
Buss, G., Stratton, M. B., Milenkovic, L., & Stearns, T. (2022). Postmitotic centriole disengagement and maturation leads to centrosome amplification in polyploid trophoblast giant cells. Molecular biology of the cell, 33(13), ar118.
Ching, K., Wang, J. T., & Stearns, T. (2022). Long-range migration of centrioles to the apical surface of the olfactory epithelium. eLife, 11, e74399.
Geisinger, J. M., & Stearns, T. (2021). Assaying Cell Cycle Progression via Flow Cytometry in CRISPR/Cas9-Treated Cells. Methods in molecular biology, 2329, 195–204.
Sala, R., Farrell, K. C., & Stearns, T. (2020). Growth disadvantage associated with centrosome amplification drives population-level centriole number homeostasis. Molecular biology of the cell, 31(24), 2646–2656.
Ching, K., & Stearns, T. (2020). Centrioles are amplified in cycling progenitors of olfactory sensory neurons. PLoS biology, 18(9), e3000852.
Ho, E. K., & Stearns, T. (2021). Hedgehog signaling and the primary cilium: implications for spatial and temporal constraints on signaling. Development, 148(9), dev195552.