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Cheryl Gale, MD
Cheryl Gale, MD
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University of Minnesota Children's Hospital

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Minneapolis, MN 55454
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2004-05 National Institutes of Health Pediatric Scientist LRP Award (competitive application)

2004 Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

2002-2004 National Institutes of Health Pediatric Scientist LRP Award (competitive application)

2002 Alexander Charles Jundt Research Award

2001-Present , Member, Society for Pediatric Research

2000-2002 Basil O’Connor Scholar, March of Dimes

1997-1998 University Children’s Foundation Scholar

1996-1999 National Institutes of Health Child Health Research Center Scholar, Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota, Laboratory of Judith Berman, Ph.D.

1996 First Place, University of Minnesota, Department of Pediatrics Fellows’ Research Symposium for presentation of “Monoallelic disruption of INT1 reduces antibody binding, adhesion and germ tube formation in C. albicans”

1996 Winner of the Society for Pediatric Research Fellow’s Basic Science Research Award for the abstract “Monoallelic disruption of INT1 reduces antibody binding, adhesion, and germ tube formation in C. albicans,” Gale CA, Olson J, Hostetter MK

1995 First Place, University of Minnesota, Department of Pediatrics Fellows’ Research Symposium for presentation of “A Candida albicans gene with integrin motifs induces hyphal-like structures in S. cerevisiae”

1993-1996 St. Jude Children’s Hospital and NIH Research Fellowship through the Pediatric Scientist Development Program, Department of Pediatrics, University of Minnesota, Laboratory of Margaret K. Hostetter, M.D.

Gerami-Nejad M, Hausauer D, Berman J, Gale CA. Cassettes for the PCR-mediated construction of regulatable alleles in Candida albicans. Yeast 21: 429-436, 2004.

Prill SKH, Klinkert B, Timpel C, Gale CA, Schroppel K, Ernst J.  PMT gene family of Candida albicans: five isoforms of protein mannosyltransferase regulate growth, morphogenesis and antifungal resistance. Molecular Microbiology, in press, 2004.

Lee S, Khalique Z, Gale CA, and Wong B. Intracellular trafficking of fluorescently tagged proteins associated with pathogenesis in Candida albicans.  Medical Mycology, in press, 2004.

Crampin H, Court H, Finley K, Gerami-Nejad M, Gale CA, Berman J, and Sudbery P.  Polarized growth in Candida albicans hyphae is driven by a Spitzenkörper.  Submitted to Journal of Cell Science, November 2004.

Hausauer D, Gerami-Nejad M, Kistler-Anderson C, Dauer N, and Gale CA.  Bud2p, a cortical landmark protein, affects invasiveness and morphogenesis in Candida albicans.  In preparation.

Desrussieux M, Finley K, Gale CA, and Berman J.  Candida albicans Sla2p is involved in maintaining synchrony between the morphogenesis and nuclear cell cycles.  In preparation.

Review Articles
Davis D, Gale CA, Berman J, Magee P. Molecular biological and genomic approaches to the study of medically important fungi. Infection and Immunity 71:2299-2309, 2003.

Abstracts Accepted For Presentation (First or Senior Author)
Gale CA, Gerami-Nejad M, Vandoninck S, Warenda A, Konopka J, Berman J. Requirements for Int1p localization in Candida albicans. Presented at the Candida and Candidiasis meeting in Tampa, FL, January 13-17, 2002.

Gerami-Nejad M, Berman J, Gale CA. Dynamic localization of Int1p in Candida albicans. Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research meetings in Baltimore, MD, May 2002.

Gale CA, Gerami-Nejad M, Hausauer D, Berman J. Linking budding pattern and morphogenesis in Candida albicans. Presented at the Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting in Madison, WI, July 2002.

Hausauer D. and Gale CA.  Bud2p, a putative GTPase-activating protein, is important for yeast and hyphal morphogenesis in Candida albicans.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research meetings in Seattle, WA, May 2003.

Hausauer D, Gerami-Nejad M, Berman J, and Gale CA.  Early polarity establishment proteins influence morphogenesis in Candida albicans.  Presented at the Human Fungal Pathogens Conference in Giens, France, September 2003.

Hausauer D, Waste M, McClellan M, Masko E, and Gale CA.  The Bud1p-GTPase module influences morphogenesis and regulates septin ring assembly in Candida albicans.  Presented at the Candida and Candidiasis meeting in Austin, TX March 2004.

Gerami-Nejad M, Hausauer D, McClellan M, Berman J, and Gale CA.  Cassettes for the PCR-mediated construction of regulatable alleles in Candida albicans. Presented at the Candida and Candidiasis meeting in Austin, TX March 2004.

Gerami-Nejad M, Hausauer D, Winning N, and Gale CA.  Identification of domains important for the localization of the Candida albicans morphogenesis protein Int1p.  Presented at the Society for Pediatric Research meetings in San Francisco, CA, May 2004.

 


 

 
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