29.03.1971
martin.p.montanari@gmail.com
29.03.1971−15.05.2015 Kracklauer, Martin

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
16.08.2014–...   
Helsingi Ülikool, Järeldoktor (1,00)
01.02.2011–31.01.2012   
Wayne State University Medical School, Järeldoktor (1,00)
01.09.2008–31.01.2011   
University of Michigan, Järeldoktor (1,00)
01.08.1996–01.07.2001   
Ambion, Inc., rahvusvaheline tootetoetus (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
25.08.2001–05.08.2008   
doktorikraad
25.08.1992–15.05.1997   
bakalauruse kraad
25.08.1991–15.05.1996   
bakalauruse kraad
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo

Õppekogemus mitmete ülikoolikursuste õpetajana
(jaanuar 2004 - juuli 2008);

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2006, Martin Montanari, 1. koht, üliõpilaste ettekanne, osakonna molekulaar- / raku- / arendusbioloogia konverents
2006, Martin Montanari, reisi stipendium, Molecular / Cell / Development Biology programm, Texase Ülikool Austinis, Austin, Texas
2002, Martin Montanari, Graduate Research Fellowship, Riiklik Teadusfond (auväärne nimetus)
2001, Martin Montanari, 1. aasta stipendium, molekulaarne / raku / arengu bioloogia Programm, Texase Ülikool Austin, Austin, Texas, USA
1995, Martin Montanari, bakalaureuseõppe stipendium, Texase Ülikooli Loodusteaduste Kolledž, Austin, Austin, Texas
1993, Martin Montanari, Suveniõpingute programm Stipendium, Keemia / Biokeemia osakond, Texase Ülikool Austinis, Howard Hughesi meditsiiniinstituudi stipendium
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 3. Terviseuuringud; 3.11. Terviseuuringutega seotud uuringud, näiteks biokeemia, geneetika, mikrobioloogia, biotehnoloogia, molekulaarbioloogia, rakubioloogia, biofüüsika ja bioinformaatika; CERCS ERIALA: B350 Arengubioloogia, loomade kasv, ontogenees, embrüoloogia ; PÕHISUUND: molekulaar-, raku- ja arengubioloogia
 
 
Lisainfo
Läbirääkimised, seminarid ja plakatid (vt üksikasju inglise keeles)

22.04.2019
29.03.1971
martin.p.montanari@gmail.com

Career

Institution(s) and position(s)
16.08.2014–...   
University of Helsinki, Post-Doc (1,00)
01.02.2011–31.01.2012   
Wayne State University Medical School, Post-Doc (1,00)
01.09.2008–31.01.2011   
University of Michigan, Post-Doc (1,00)
01.08.1996–01.07.2001   
Ambion, Inc., international product support (1,00)
 
 
Education
25.08.2001–05.08.2008   
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
25.08.1992–15.05.1997   
B.A., University of Texas at Austin
25.08.1991–15.05.1996   
B.S., University of Texas at Austin
 
 
Additional career information
Teaching experience as teaching assistant for several undergraduate university courses (January 2004 - July 2008);

Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2006, Martin Montanari, 1st prize, Student Presentation, Departmental Molecular/Cell/Developmental Biology Conference
2006, Martin Montanari, travel stipend, Molecular/Cell/Developmental Biology Program, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
2002, Martin Montanari, Graduate Research Fellowship, National Science Foundation (honorable mention)
2001, Martin Montanari, 1st year fellowship, Molecular/Cell/Developmental Biology Ph.D. Program, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA
1995, Martin Montanari, undergraduate research fellowship, College of Natural Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
1993, Martin Montanari, Summer Undergraduate Research Program Scholarship, Department of Chemistry/Biochemistry, University of Texas at Austin, stipend awarded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 3. Health; 3.11. Biochemistry, Genetics, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biophysics and Bioinformatics relating to Health Studies; CERCS SPECIALITY: B350 Development biology, growth (animal), ontogeny, embryology ; SPECIALITY: molecular, cell and developmental biology
 
 
Additional information
Non-peer-reviewed publications

Talks/seminars

• Martin P. Kracklauer, K. Lea, H. M. Wiora and J.A. Fischer: Here Comes DSUN: Investigating the roles of the Sad1-/UNC-domain genes klaroid and dspag in Drosophila development. Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology Retreat, April 2006 (Award: Best Student Seminar)
• Martin P. Kracklauer: Here Comes DSUN: Roles for the Sad1-/UNC proteins in organelle tethering in Drosophila. Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Rice University, Houston, TX, September 14, 2009 (remunerated seminar, invited by department)
• Martin P. Kracklauer, H.M. Wiora, X. Chen, W.J. Deery, B. Bolival, Jr., D. Romanowicz, R.A. Simonette, M.T. Fuller, J.A. Fischer, K.M. Beckingham: The SUN protein Spag4 recruits dynein to the nuclear periphery and cooperates with Yuri Gagarin to position basal bodies on spermatid nuclei. 51st Annual Drosophila Research Conference, Washington, DC, April 8, 2010
• Martin P. Kracklauer, Wenrui Jiang, Jenny Lin, Hanzhong Feng, Jim Lin and Jian-Ping Jin: Cardiomyocyte-like cells in the pulmonary vein. University of Michigan and Wayne State University Physiology Joint Symposium, Ann Arbor, MI, August 26, 2011
• Martin P. Kracklauer: A new wrinkle on CHARGE syndrome: cerebellar foliation in mice requires proper dosage of the chromodomain/helicase/DNA binding protein Chd7. FinGerDevNet seminar, Biocenter Oulu, Oulu, Finland, August 16, 2013. Host: Prof. Seppo Vainio
• Martin P. Kracklauer, Jinghua Gui, Daniel Toddie-Moore, Yunxian Huang, Kenji Kikushima, Stephanie Nix, Yukitaka Ishimoto and Osamu Shimmi. Dynamic 3D tissue architecture directs BMP morphogen signaling during Drosophila wing morphogenesis. 59th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 14, 2018

Posters

• Martin P. Kracklauer, Kristi Lea, Heather M. Wiora and Janice Fischer. Potential roles for Drosophila SUN domain proteins in nuclear positioning. 47th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, Houston, TX (March 2006)
• Susan Banks, Martin Kracklauer, Janice Fischer. The role of Bicaudal D in photoreceptor nuclear positioning. 47th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, Houston, TX (March 2006)
• Martin P. Kracklauer, Susan Banks and Janice Fischer. Apical nuclear migration in the Drosophila eye imaginal disc requires the KASH protein Klarsicht and the SUN protein Klaroid. 48th Annual Drosophila Conference, Philadelphia, PA (March 2007)
• Martin P. Kracklauer, Xin Chen, Heather M. Wiora, Margaret Fuller and Janice Fischer. The Drosophila SUN protein Dspag is required for male fertility and links axonemal microtubules to the spermatid tail plasma membrane. 48th Annual Drosophila Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA (March 2007)
• Martin P. Kracklauer and Yukiko Yamashita. Coordination of cell divisions of two stem cell populations in the Drosophila testis. Life Sciences Institute Symposium (October 2009)
• Martin P. Kracklauer, Elizabeth A. Hurd, Wanda S. Layman and Donna M. Martin. The chromatin remodeling protein CHD7, mutated in CHARGE syndrome, is required for mouse cerebellar development. Pediatrics Symposium, University of Michigan Medical School (October 2010)
• Martin P. Kracklauer, Han-Zhong Feng, Wenrui Jiang, Jenny Lin, Jim Lin and Jian-Ping Jin. Characterization of cardiomyocyte-like cells in thoracic blood vessels. 56th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, San Diego, CA (February 2012)

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Coupling between dynamic 3D tissue architecture and BMP morphogen signaling during Drosophila wing morphogenesisGui, Jinghua; Huang, Yunxian; Montanari, Martin; Toddie-Moore, Daniel; Kikushima, Kenji; Nix, Stephanie; Ishimoto, Yukitaka; Shimmi, Osamu2019Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America1.1.Helsingi Ülikool
Discontinuous thoracic venous cardiomyocytes and heart exhibit synchronized developmental switch of troponin isoformsKracklauer, Martin P.; Feng, Han-Zhong; Jiang, Wenrui; Lin, Jenny L-C; Lin, Jim J. -C.; Jin, Jian-Ping2013FEBS Journal1.1.
LINCing the Nuclear Envelope to GametogenesisKracklauer, Martin P.; Link, Jana; Alsheimer, Manfred2013Gametogenesis1.1.
The Drosophila SUN protein Spag4 cooperates with the coiled-coil protein Yuri Gagarin to maintain association of the basal body and spermatid nucleusKracklauer, Martin P.; Wiora, Heather M.; Deery, William J.; Chen, Xin; Bolival, Benjamin, Jr.; Romanowicz, Dwight; Simonette, Rebecca A.; Fuller, Margaret T.; Fischer, Janice A.; Beckingham, Kathleen M.2010Journal of Cell Science1.1.
Drosophila klaroid encodes a SUN domain protein required for Klarsicht localization to the nuclear envelope and nuclear migration in the eyeKracklauer, Martin P.; Banks, Susan M. L.; Xie, Xuanhua; Wu, Yaning; Fischer, Janice A.2007Fly1.1.Helsingi Ülikool
At the crossroads of SUMO and NF-kappaBKracklauer, Martin P; Schmidt, Christian2003Molecular Cancer1.1.