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Manager - High Throughput Screening Lab
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Robitaille K, Rourke JL, McBane JE, Fu A, Baird S, Du Q, Kin T, Shapiro AM, Screaton RA.(2016) High-Throughput Functional Genomics Identifies Regulators of Primary Human Beta Cell Proliferation. J Biol Chem. Jan 6: PubMed
Vanstone JR, Smith AM, McBride S, Naas T, Holcik M, Antoun G, Harper ME,Michaud J, Sell E, Chakraborty P, Tetreault M; Care4Rare Consortium, Majewski J, Baird S, Boycott KM, Dyment DA, MacKenzie A, Lines MA. (2015) DNM1L-related mitochondrial fission defect presenting as refractory epilepsy. Eur J Hum Gen. Nov. 25: PubMed 
Liwak-Muir U, Dobson CC, Naing T, Wylie Q, Chehade L, Baird SD, Chakraborty PK, Holcik M. (2015) ERK8 is a novel HuR kinase that regulates tumour suppressor PDCD4 through a miR-21 dependent mechanism. Oncotarget. Nov 22.: PubMed
Courteau L, Crasto J, Hassanzadeh G, Baird SD, Hodgins J, Liwak-Muir U, Fung G, Luo H, Stojdl DF, Screaton RA, Holcik M. (2015) Hexokinase 2 controls cellular stress response through localization of an RNA-binding protein. Cell Death Dis. Aug 6;6: PubMed
Sakamaki J, Fu A, Reeks C, Baird S, Depatie C, Al Azzabi M, Bardeesy N, Gingras AC, Yee SP, Screaton RA. (2014) Role of the SIK2-p35-PJA2 complex in pancreatic β-cell functional compensation. Nat Cell Biol. 16(3): PubMed

Ng AC, Baird SD, Screaton RA. (2014) Essential role of TID1 in maintaining mitochondrial membrane potential homogeneity and mitochondrial DNA integrity. Mol Cell Biol. 34(8): PubMed
Norton M, Ng AC,Baird S, Dumoulin A, Shutt T, Mah N, Andrade-Navarro MA, McBride HM, Screaton RA. (2014) ROMO1 is an essential redox-dependent regulator of mitochondrial dynamics.Sci Signal. 7(310): PubMed
Lefebvre, V., Du, Q., Ng, A., Baird, S., Nascimento, M., Campanella, M., McBride, H., Screaton, R.A. (2013) Genome-wide RNAi screen identifies ATPase Inhibitory Factor 1 (ATPIF1) as essential for PARK2 recruitement and mitophagy.Autophagy. 9(11):  PubMed
Faye MD, Graber TE, Liu P, Thakor N, Baird SD, Durie D, Holcik M.  (2013) Nucleotide composition of cellular internal ribosome entry sites defines dependence on NF45 and predicts a posttranscriptional mitotic regulon. 33(2):307-18. PubMed
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