Mississippi College

Stephanie Carmicle

About Me

Ubiquitination plays an important role in regulating the intracellular localization and lifetime cellular proteins.  As a result, it  is an important mechanism by which the  cell can regulate many of its processes, e.g. cell cycle progression, activation and cell division.  Defects in ubiquitination can result in human disease.   The ubiquitination machinary is made of many proteins working in concert  to "tag" proteins with ubiquitin.  E3 ligases are important because they serve as the part of the machine that recruits protein substrates that will be ubiquitinated.  My research interests include characterizing the role of these E3 ligases in cellular processes and understanding the contribution of E3 ligases to both autoimmunity and cancer.

Class Schedule

Fall 2013

  • BIO 6305 - Cell Physiology
    Mondays and Wednesdays, 12:00-12:50, MSB Room 215
  • BIO 111 - Biology I
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:00AM-9:15AM, MSB Room 202
  • BIO 307 - Cell Biology and Genetics Lab
    Mondays and Tuesdays, M 2:30PM-3:30PM, T 1PM-5PM, MSB 202 and HSB 202
  • BIO 329 - Molecular Biology Lecture and Lab
    Wednesdays and Thursdays, W 1:30PM-3:30PM and R 1PM-5PM, MSB 219
  • BIO 445/65 - Immunobiology Research
    TBA, TBA, MSB 219



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