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11 Dec: Marcus Ghosh (Rihel lab)/ (Chubbs lab)

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David Whitmore

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David Whitmore

DAVID WHITMORE

Professor and Principal Investigator
Centre for Cell and Molecular Dynamics
Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
University College London
d.whitmore@ucl.ac.uk

HISTORY

Head, UCL Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology (2011 - Present)
Interim Head, UCL Research Department of Cell and Developmental Biology (2010 - 2011)
Professor of Chronobiology, UCL, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology (2010 - Present)
Reader of Chronobiology, UCL, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology (2005 - 2010)
Lecturer, UCL, Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology (2001 - 2005)
Research Scientist, Max-Planck-Institute, Tuebingen, Germany (2000 - 2001)
Postdoctoral Fellow, IGBMC, Strasbourg, France (1996 - 2000)
PhD, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA (1996)

PUBLICATIONS

Beale A, Guibal C, Tamai TK, Klotz L, Cowen S, Peyric E, Reynoso VH, Yamamoto Y and Whitmore D (2013)
Circadian rhythms in Mexican blind cavefish Astyanax mexicanus in the lab and in the field. Nat Commun. 4: 2769 (PDF).

Peyric E, Moore HA and Whitmore D (2013)
Circadian clock regulation of the cell cycle in the zebrafish intestine. PLoS One 8: e73209 (PDF).

Martín-Robles ÁJ, Whitmore D, Pendón C, Muñoz-Cueto JA (2013)
Differential effects of transient constant light-dark conditions on daily rhythms of Period and Clock transcripts during Senegalese sole metamorphosis.
Chronobiol Int. 30: 699-710 (PDF).

Laranjeiro R, Tamai TK, Peyric E, Krusche P, Ott S and Whitmore D (2013)
Cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p20 controls circadian cell-cycle timing. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 110: 6835-6840 (PDF).

Tamai TK, Young LC, Cox CA and Whitmore D (2012)
Light acts on the zebrafish circadian clock to suppress rhythmic mitosis and cell proliferation.
J Biol Rhythms
27: 226-236 (PDF).

Dekens MP and Whitmore D (2008)
Autonomous onset of the circadian clock in the zebrafish embryo.
EMBO J 27: 2757-2765 (PDF).

Tamai TK, Young LC and Whitmore D (2007)
Light signaling to the zebrafish circadian clock by Cryptochrome 1a.
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104: 2757-2765 (PDF).

Carr AJ, Tamai TK, Young LC, Ferrer V, Dekens MP and Whitmore D (2006)
Light reaches the very heart of the zebrafish clock.
Chronobiol Int 23: 91-100.

Tamai TK, Carr AJ and Whitmore D (2005)
Zebrafish circadian clocks: cells that see light.
Biochem Soc Trans 33: 962-966.

Carr A-JF and Whitmore D (2005)
Imaging of single light-responsive clock cells reveals fluctuating free-running periods.
Nat Cell Biol 7: 319-321 (PDF).

Vallone D, Gondi SB, Whitmore D and Foulkes NS (2004)
E-box function in a period gene repressed by light.
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 101: 4106-4111 (PDF).

Tamai TK, Vardhanabhuti V, Foulkes NS and Whitmore D (2004)
Early embryonic light detection improves survival.
Curr Biol 14: R104-105 (PDF); Erratum (PDF).

Dekens MPS, Santoriello C, Vallone D, Grassi G, Whitmore D and Foulkes NS (2003)
Light regulates the cell cycle in zebrafish.
Curr Biol 13: 2051-2057 (PDF).

Moutsaki P, Whitmore D, Bellingham J, Sakamoto K, David-Gray ZK and Foster RG (2003)
Teleost multiple tissue (tmt) opsin: a candidate photopigment regulating the peripheral clocks of zebrafish?
Brain Res Mol Brain Res 112: 135-145.

Tamai TK, Vardhanabhuti V, Arthur S, Foulkes NS and Whitmore D (2003)
Flies and fish: birds of a feather.
J Neuroendocrinol 15: 344-349.

Bellingham J, Whitmore D, Philp AR, Wells DJ and Foster RG (2002)
Zebrafish melanopsin: isolation, tissue localisation and phylogenetic position.
Brain Res Mol Brain Res 107: 128-136.

Cermakian N, Whitmore D, Foulkes NS and Sassone-Corsi P (2000)
Asynchronous oscillations of two zebrafish CLOCK partners reveal differential clock control and function.
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 97: 4339-4344.

Whitmore D, Cermakian N, Crosio C, Foulkes NS, Pando MP, Travnickova Z and Sassone-Corsi P (2000)
A clockwork organ.
Biol Chem 381: 793-800.

Whitmore D, Foulkes NS and Sassone-Corsi P (2000)
Light acts directly on organs and cells in culture to set the vertebrate circadian clock.
Nature 404: 87-91 (PDF).

Whitmore D, Foulkes NS, Straehle U and Sassone-Corsi P (1998)
Zebrafish Clock rhythmic expression reveals independent peripheral circadian oscillators.
Nat Neurosci 1: 701-707 (PDF).

Khalsa SB, Whitmore D, Bogart B and Block GD (1996)
Evidence for a central role of transcription in the timing mechanism of a circadian clock.
Am J Physiol 271: C1646-1651.

Block GD, Geusz M, Khalsa SB, Michel S and Whitmore D (1996)
Circadian rhythm generation, expression and entrainment in a molluscan model system.
Prog Brain Res 111: 93-102.

Block G, Geusz M, Khalsa S, Michel S and Whitmore D (1995)
Cellular analysis of a molluscan retinal biological clock.
Ciba Found Symp 183: 51-60.

Colwell CS, Whitmore D, Michel S and Block GD (1994)
Calcium plays a central role in phase shifting the ocular circadian pacemaker of Aplysia.
J Comp Physiol 175: 415-423.

Khalsa SB, Whitmore D and Block GD (1992)
Stopping the circadian pacemaker with inhibitors of protein synthesis.
Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 89: 10862-10866

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