David Pagliarini

Biochemistry Department

Mitochondrial biogenesis and metabolism; cell signaling; proteomics

pagliarini@wisc.edu

(608) 890-3254

441 B Biochemistry
433 Babcock Dr
Madison, WI 53706

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lab website:

https://morgridge.org/research/metabolism/pagliarini-lab/

focus groups:

Cellular & Molecular Metabolism; Membrane Biology & Protein Trafficking; Systems Biology

research description:

Mitochondria house an array of biochemical pathways and are central to apoptosis and reactive oxygen species production. Cells need clever mechanisms to construct and control their mitochondria, and dysfunction of these organelles underlies a broad set of human diseases. By integrating classic biochemistry, molecular biology and genetics with large-scale proteomics and systems approaches we investigate how cells regulate their mitochondrial form and function across tissues and in response to a changing external environment.            We also investigate the role of post-translational modifications in controlling mitochondrial protein function, and explore the biochemical functions of uncharacterized mitochondrial proteins implicated in human diseases.

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