Prasad Jallepalli, MD, PhD
Research FocusMolecular biologist Prasad Jallepalli studies the mechanisms that ensure accurate chromosome transmission in human cells.
EducationMD, PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- J. Maciejowski, H. Dreschler, K. Grundner-Culemann, E.R. Ballister, J.-A. Rodriguez-Rodriguez, V. Rodriguez-Bravo, M.J.K. Jones, E. Foley, M.A. Lampson, H. Daub, A.D. McAinsh, and P.V. Jallepalli. Mps1 regulates kinetochore-microtubule attachment stability via the Ska complex to ensure error-free chromosome segregation. Dev. Cell 41, 153-156 (2017).
- V. Rodriguez-Bravo, J. Maciejowski, J. Corona, H.K. Buch, M.T. Kanemaki, J.V. Shah, and P.V. Jallepalli. Nuclear pores protect genome integrity by assembling a premitotic and Mad1-dependent anaphase inhibitor. Cell 156, 1017-1031 (2014).
- Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard University (1992)
- M.D./Ph.D. Fellow, Medical Scientist Training Program, Johns Hopkins University (1992-1999)
- Postdoctoral Fellow, Damon Runyon Cancer Foundation (1999-2002)
- Scholar, V Foundation for Cancer Research (2003)
- Frederick R. Adler Chair for Junior Faculty (2003-2007)
- Pew Scholar in the Biomedical Sciences (2003-2007)
- Louise & Allston Boyer Young Investigator Award (2008)
- Research Scholar, American Cancer Society (2008-2011)