Jon Nye, Ph.D.
Jon Nye's research focuses on uncovering the molecular mechanisms involved in centriole duplication.
Drosophila casein kinase I alpha regulates homolog pairing and genome organization by modulating condensin II subunit Cap-H2 levels.PLoS Genet. 2015. [ Journal Article ]
Two Polo-like kinase 4 binding domains in Asterless perform distinct roles in regulating kinase stability.Cell Biol. 208: : 401-14, 2015. [ Journal Article ]
The use of cultured Drosophila cells for studying the microtubule cytoskeleton.Methods Mol Biol. In press, 2015. [ Journal Article ]
The Structure of the Plk4 Cryptic Polo Box Reveals Two Tandem Polo Boxes Required for Centriole Duplication.Structure. 20:: 1905-17, 2012. [ Journal Article ]
- JOVE. 2010. [ Journal Article ]
Jon grew up in the state of Washington and received his Bachelors of Science degree in Genetics and Cell Biology from Washington State University. He then attended graduate school at the University of Arizona, where he joined the laboratory of Dr. Greg Rogers and his thesis work focused on uncovering the molecular mechanisms involved in centriole duplication. He received his Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Medicine in 2014, and shortly thereafter, began work as a Postdoctoral Fellow in Dr. Yamini Dalal’s Chromatin Structure and Epigenetics Mechanisms research group.