Adam Parks, Ph.D.
Research Fellow

Center for Cancer Research
National Cancer Institute

Building 539, Room 245
Frederick, MD 21702
301-846-1799

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Areas of Expertise
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Adam's current work focuses on the molecular mechanisms of transcription fidelity and transcription through chromatin.

Selected Publications
  1. Parks AR, Peters JE.
    Plasmid. 61: 41653, 2009. [ Journal Article ]
  2. Parks AR, Li Z, Shi Q, Owens RM, Jin MM, Peters JE.
    Cell. 138: 685-95, 2009. [ Journal Article ]
  3. Shi Q, Parks AR, Potter BD, Safir IJ, Luo Y, Forster BM, Peters JE.
    Genetics. 179: 1237-50, 2008. [ Journal Article ]
  4. Finn JA, Parks AR, Peters JE.
    J. Bacteriol.. 189: 9122-5, 2007. [ Journal Article ]
  5. Parks AR, Peters JE.
    J. Bacteriol.. 189: 2170-3, 2007. [ Journal Article ]

Adam obtained a BS in Biology from Humboldt State University, CA, and a PhD in Microbiology from Cornell University. His graduate research focused on target-site selection via the TnsE pathway of the transposon Tn7.

Summary

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Areas of Expertise
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Research

Adam's current work focuses on the molecular mechanisms of transcription fidelity and transcription through chromatin.

Publications

Selected Publications
  1. Parks AR, Peters JE.
    Plasmid. 61: 41653, 2009. [ Journal Article ]
  2. Parks AR, Li Z, Shi Q, Owens RM, Jin MM, Peters JE.
    Cell. 138: 685-95, 2009. [ Journal Article ]
  3. Shi Q, Parks AR, Potter BD, Safir IJ, Luo Y, Forster BM, Peters JE.
    Genetics. 179: 1237-50, 2008. [ Journal Article ]
  4. Finn JA, Parks AR, Peters JE.
    J. Bacteriol.. 189: 9122-5, 2007. [ Journal Article ]
  5. Parks AR, Peters JE.
    J. Bacteriol.. 189: 2170-3, 2007. [ Journal Article ]

Biography

Adam obtained a BS in Biology from Humboldt State University, CA, and a PhD in Microbiology from Cornell University. His graduate research focused on target-site selection via the TnsE pathway of the transposon Tn7.