Andrew Sobering, PhD

Andrew Sobering, PhD

Andrew Sobering, PhD
Andrew Sobering, PhD

Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Russell Hall 235B

1425 Prince Avenue

Athens, GA 30602



BS, Biochemistry, magna cum laude: SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY- 1994

PhD at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, MD- 2001.

Selected Publications

Aguilar, V., Alliouachene, S., Sotiropoulos, A., Sobering, A., Athea, Y., Djouadig, F., Miraux, S., Thiaudiere, E., Froetz, M., Viollet, B., Diolez, P., Bastin, J., Benit, P., Rustin, P., Carling, D., Sandri, M., Ventura-Clapier, R., and Pende, M. 2007. S6 Kinase Deletion Suppresses Muscle Growth Adaptations to Nutrient Availability by Activating AMP Kinase. Cell Metabolism. 5, 476-487.

Sebastion K., Bonnet, C., Sobering, A. K., Ganesan, LP, and Silar, P. 2006. A mitotically inheritable unit containing a MAP kinase module. Proceedings of the American Academy of Sciences. 103, 13445-13450.

Ohanna M, Sobering AK, Lapointe T, Lorenzo L, Praud C, Petroulakis E, Sonenberg N, Kelly PA, Sotiropoulos A, Pende M. 2005. Atrophy of S6K1(-/-) skeletal muscle cells reveals distinct mTOR effectors for cell cycle and size control. Nature Cell Biology. 2005 Mar;7(3):286-94.

Sobering, A. K, Reika Watanabe, Martin J. Romeo, Benjamin C. Yan, Charles A. Specht, Peter Orlean, Howard Riezman, and David E. Levin. 2004. Yeast Ras regulates the complex that catalyzes the first step in GPI-anchor biosynthesis at the ER. Cell. 117:637-648.

Sobering, A. K., Romeo, M. J. Vay, H. A., and D. E. Levin. 2003. A Novel Ras Inhibitor, Eri1, Engages Yeast Ras at the Endoplasmic Reticulum. Mol. Cell Biol. 23:4893-4990.

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