User:Aeri Cho

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*Department of Biological Chemistry
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'''Department of Biological Chemistry'''
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Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
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'''Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD'''
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'''Email: [[Special:Emailuser/Aeri Cho|cho.aeri@gmail.com]]'''
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*[[Special:Emailuser/Aeri Cho|cho.aeri@gmail.com]]
 
==Education and Professional Training==
==Education and Professional Training==
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* 2006-2008, Research Assistant, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA   
* 2006-2008, Research Assistant, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA   
* 2002-2006, B.A. in Biology, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
* 2002-2006, B.A. in Biology, Amherst College, Amherst, MA
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==Research==
==Research==
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*2nd Rotation - Mollie Meffert's Lab
*2nd Rotation - Mollie Meffert's Lab
*3rd Rotation - Denise Montell's Lab
*3rd Rotation - Denise Montell's Lab
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==Publications==
==Publications==
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*Zhou A, Ou AC, Cho A, Benz EJ Jr, Huang SC “Novel splicing factor RBM25 modulates Bcl-x pre-mRNA 5' splice site selection.” Mol Cell Biol 28(19):5924-36(2008)  
*Zhou A, Ou AC, Cho A, Benz EJ Jr, Huang SC “Novel splicing factor RBM25 modulates Bcl-x pre-mRNA 5' splice site selection.” Mol Cell Biol 28(19):5924-36(2008)  
*Byrne, R., Garnier, M., Han, K., Dowicki, M., Michael, N., Totty, N., Cho, A., Pettitt, T.R.,Wakelam, M.J.O., Larijani, B. and Poccia, D. “PLCg and Phosphoinositides are Highly Enriched in Membrane Vesicles Required for Nuclear Envelope Assembly.” Cellular Signalling 19(5):913-22 (2007)
*Byrne, R., Garnier, M., Han, K., Dowicki, M., Michael, N., Totty, N., Cho, A., Pettitt, T.R.,Wakelam, M.J.O., Larijani, B. and Poccia, D. “PLCg and Phosphoinositides are Highly Enriched in Membrane Vesicles Required for Nuclear Envelope Assembly.” Cellular Signalling 19(5):913-22 (2007)
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==Personal Interest==
==Personal Interest==
* Traveling
* Traveling
* Running
* Running

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Aeri Cho

Image:Aeri_Cho-1.jpg


Department of Biological Chemistry

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

Email: cho.aeri@gmail.com


Education and Professional Training

  • 2008-present, Ph.D. Candidate in Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
  • 2006-2008, Research Assistant, Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA
  • 2002-2006, B.A. in Biology, Amherst College, Amherst, MA


Research

  • 1st Rotation - Craig Montell's Lab
  • 2nd Rotation - Mollie Meffert's Lab
  • 3rd Rotation - Denise Montell's Lab


Publications

  • Shu-Ching Huang, Aeri Cho, Stephanie Norton, Eva S. Liu, Guang Yang, Anyu Zhou, Indira D. Munagala, Amittha Wickrema, Tang K. Tang, Edward J. Benz Jr. "Expression of protein 4.1R: transcription and transcription coupled splicing regualation." Submitted to Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (Manuscript under revision)
  • Zhou A, Ou AC, Cho A, Benz EJ Jr, Huang SC “Novel splicing factor RBM25 modulates Bcl-x pre-mRNA 5' splice site selection.” Mol Cell Biol 28(19):5924-36(2008)
  • Byrne, R., Garnier, M., Han, K., Dowicki, M., Michael, N., Totty, N., Cho, A., Pettitt, T.R.,Wakelam, M.J.O., Larijani, B. and Poccia, D. “PLCg and Phosphoinositides are Highly Enriched in Membrane Vesicles Required for Nuclear Envelope Assembly.” Cellular Signalling 19(5):913-22 (2007)


Personal Interest

  • Traveling
  • Running
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