Marc Edwards

Program Years: 2008-2009


Primary: John Cooper

Secondary: Shaw

Graduate Thesis Title: The Function of CARMIL1 in Migrating Cells


Edwards, M., Cai, H., & Devreotes, P. (2015). Persistent Activation of Signal Transduction Networks Induces a Novel Mechanism of Cell Death. Biophysical Journal, 108(2), 142a.

Edwards, M., McConnell, P., Schafer, D. A., & Cooper, J. A. (2014, December). Capping Protein Function in Cells requires an interaction with a CPI-motif protein. In MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL (Vol. 25). 8120 WOODMONT AVE, STE 750, BETHESDA, MD 20814-2755 USA: AMER SOC CELL BIOLOGY.

Edwards, M., Liang, Y., Kim, T., & Cooper, J. A. (2013). Physiological role of the interaction between CARMIL1 and capping protein. Molecular biology of the cell, 24(19), 3047-3055.

Edwards, M., McConnell, P., Schafer, D. A., & Cooper, J. A. (2015). CPI motif interaction is necessary for capping protein function in cells. Nature communications, 6.

Edwards, M., Zwolak, A., Schafer, D. A., Sept, D., Dominguez, R., & Cooper, J. A. (2014). Capping protein regulators fine-tune actin assembly dynamics. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology, 15(10), 677-689.

Liang Y, Niederstrasser H, Edwards M, Jackson CE and Cooper JA. 2009.Distinct Roles for CARMIL Isoforms in Cell Migration. Mol Biol Cell. 20:5290-5305.PMCID: PMC2793302.