Lisa M. Jenkins, Ph.D.
Staff Scientist

Center for Cancer Research
National Cancer Institute

Building 37, Room 2140
Bethesda, MD 20892
301-496-4549

Dr. Jenkins obtained her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Georgia. She continued her research at the National Cancer Institute, applying mass spectrometry and biochemical methods to examine the regulation and functional consequences of p53 post-translational modification. Currently, Dr. Jenkins serves as Facility Manager for the Mass Spectrometry Resource within the Collaborative Protein Technology Resource. In this capability, she collaborates with CCR researchers by performing mass spectrometry experiments to further critical biological questions.

Areas of Expertise
Mass Spectrometry
Selected Publications
  1. Tanoue K, Miller Jenkins LM, Durell SR, Debnath S, Sakai H, Tagad HD, Ishida K, Appella E, Mazur SJ.
    Biochemistry. 52: 5830-43, 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  2. Humbard MA, Surkov S, De Donatis GM, Jenkins L, Maurizi MR.
    J. Biol. Chem.. 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  3. Jenkins LM, Durell SR, Mazur SJ, Appella E.
    Carcinogenesis. 33: 1441-9, 2012. [ Journal Article ]
  4. Cheng-Mayer C, Huang Y, Gettie A, Tsai L, Ren W, Shakirzyanova M, Sina ST, Trunova N, Blanchard J, Jenkins LM, Lo Y, Schito ML, Appella E.
    AIDS. 25: 1833-41, 2011. [ Journal Article ]
  5. Ohnuma S, Chufan E, Nandigama K, Jenkins LM, Durell SR, Appella E, Sauna ZE, Ambudkar SV.
    Biochemistry. 50: 3724-35, 2011. [ Journal Article ]

Dr. Jenkins obtained her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Georgia. She continued her research at the National Cancer Institute, applying mass spectrometry and biochemical methods to examine the regulation and functional consequences of p53 post-translational modification. Currently, Dr. Jenkins serves as Facility Manager for the Mass Spectrometry Resource within the Collaborative Protein Technology Resource. In this capability, she collaborates with CCR researchers by performing mass spectrometry experiments to further critical biological questions.

Summary

Dr. Jenkins obtained her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Georgia. She continued her research at the National Cancer Institute, applying mass spectrometry and biochemical methods to examine the regulation and functional consequences of p53 post-translational modification. Currently, Dr. Jenkins serves as Facility Manager for the Mass Spectrometry Resource within the Collaborative Protein Technology Resource. In this capability, she collaborates with CCR researchers by performing mass spectrometry experiments to further critical biological questions.

Areas of Expertise
Mass Spectrometry

Publications

Selected Publications
  1. Tanoue K, Miller Jenkins LM, Durell SR, Debnath S, Sakai H, Tagad HD, Ishida K, Appella E, Mazur SJ.
    Biochemistry. 52: 5830-43, 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  2. Humbard MA, Surkov S, De Donatis GM, Jenkins L, Maurizi MR.
    J. Biol. Chem.. 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  3. Jenkins LM, Durell SR, Mazur SJ, Appella E.
    Carcinogenesis. 33: 1441-9, 2012. [ Journal Article ]
  4. Cheng-Mayer C, Huang Y, Gettie A, Tsai L, Ren W, Shakirzyanova M, Sina ST, Trunova N, Blanchard J, Jenkins LM, Lo Y, Schito ML, Appella E.
    AIDS. 25: 1833-41, 2011. [ Journal Article ]
  5. Ohnuma S, Chufan E, Nandigama K, Jenkins LM, Durell SR, Appella E, Sauna ZE, Ambudkar SV.
    Biochemistry. 50: 3724-35, 2011. [ Journal Article ]

Biography

Dr. Jenkins obtained her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Georgia. She continued her research at the National Cancer Institute, applying mass spectrometry and biochemical methods to examine the regulation and functional consequences of p53 post-translational modification. Currently, Dr. Jenkins serves as Facility Manager for the Mass Spectrometry Resource within the Collaborative Protein Technology Resource. In this capability, she collaborates with CCR researchers by performing mass spectrometry experiments to further critical biological questions.