Daniel Moloney, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION
  Science Teacher Preparation Program at Stony Brook University (9/02 – 1/03)

Ph.D., Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Stony Brook University (Aug. 1999)

B.S., Biochemistry, Stony Brook University (May 1991)

 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 
 

Research Assistant Professor, Center for Science and Mathematics Education, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Stony Brook University (7/08 – present)

    Program Director for the NIH-funded Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) program for underrepresented Stony Brook University undergraduates
  Program Director for the NIH-funded Bridges to the Baccalaureate BIOPREP program for underrepresented community college students
  Laboratory Director for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute High School Scholar and Biotechnology Summer Camp programs
  Course Director and Instructor for BIO 103, Introduction to Biotechnology, for Stony Brook undergraduate non-science majors
  Course Director an Instructor for CEB 549, Laboratory Curriculum Development, for Stony Brook graduate students in the Master of the Arts in Science Teaching program
 

Faculty advisor for the Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) program for Stony Brook undergraduates (2005-08)

 

Lecturer/Education Specialist, Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Stony Brook University (4/03 – 7/08)

 

Research Associate, Department of Cell Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (8/00 – 8/02)

 

Research Associate, Department of Biochemistry, Research Foundation, Stony Brook University (8/99 – 8/00)

 

Research Assistant, Department of Biochemistry, State and Research Foundation, Stony Brook University (6/94 – 8/99)

 

Teaching Assistant for Biochemistry Laboratory and Introductory Biology Laboratory courses, Stony Brook University (9/93 – 5/94)

 

Clinical Laboratory Technologist, Chemistry Department, National Health Labs, Inc. Uniondale, New York (8/91 – 8/93)

ACHIEVEMENTS/AWARDS
 

Albert Einstein Scholar Award – Belfer Institute for Advanced Biomedical Studies, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (8/00)

 

Harry Eagle Scholar Award – Department of Cell Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1/00)

 

Student travel awards to the Glycobiology Conference granted by the Society for Glycobiology (10/96 and 8/98)

 

International travel grant awarded by the National Science Foundation to attend the NATO Advanced Study Institute conference on the Molecular Mechanisms of Lipid and Protein Traffic in Cargese, France (4/97)

 

Clinical Laboratory Technologist License awarded by the City of New York, Department of Health (6/93)

 

Employee of the month, National Health Labs, Inc. (6/92)

 

Sigma Beta Honor Society, Stony Brook University (89-91)

GRANT SUPPORT
  Principal Investigator, NIH Bridges to the Baccalaureate, September 2013 – April 2018, $1.6 Million
  Principal Investigator, NIH Minority Access to Research Careers, June 2009 –
May 2014, $1.3 Million
  Principal Investigator, NIH Bridges to the Baccalaureate, October 2007 – September 2012, $1.1 Million
RECENT MEETINGS AND PRESENTATIONS
 

Guest Speaker and Panelist, “A PhD, The Other Kind of Doctor:  Access and Opportunities for Students in Biological & Biomedical Sciences” sponsored by the Center for Inclusive Education, Stony Brook University, NY (December 2012)

  Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, and the NIH MARC & Bridges Program Directors meetings, Nashville, TN (Nov. 2013), San Jose, CA (Nov. 2012), St. Louis, MO (Nov. 2011), Charlotte, NC (Nov. 2010), Phoenix, AZ (Nov. 2009), Orlando, FL (Nov. 2008), and Austin, TX (Nov. 2007)
 

Guest Speaker, “Upcoming Trends and Opportunities in Biotechnology.” A presentation for Queensborough Community College’s National Science Foundation QCC-STEP, STEM Academy, and Biology Club organizations, Queensborough Community College, NY (March 2011)

  Session Leader and Presenter, “Detection of Genetically Modified Foods through Polymerase Chain Reaction.”  Real World Science Workshop, Stony Brook University, NY (Aug 2010)
 

Guest Speaker, NIH Bridges to the Baccalaureate student recruitment meeting at Nassau Community College, NY, “BioPREP at Stony Brook – a summer research opportunity” (March 2009)

  Guest Speaker and Discussion Leader, 6th annual Research and Science Visions Preparation (RSVP) NSF Pedagogy Workshop at Sullivan County Community College, NY (March 2008)
 

Guest Speaker, NIH Bridges to the Baccalaureate student recruitment meetings at Nassau and Queensborough Community Colleges, NY, “Building a Bridge to the Baccalaureate Biomedical Science Degree” (March 2008)

 

Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, and the NIH Bridges Program Directors meeting, Austin, TX (Nov. 2007)

 

Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) - Northeast Regional Conference, Amherst, MA “BioPREP – Bridges to the Baccalaureate” (Oct. 2007)

 

Guest Speaker for A Gathering of Science Scholars National Conference at Stony Brook University, NY “Where Can a Ph.D. Take You?” (March 2005)

PUBLICATIONS
  Andersen J, Krichevsky A, Leheste JR, and Moloney DJ. (2008) Caenorhabditis elegans as an undergraduate educational tool for teaching RNAi.  BAMBED 36, 417-427.
 

Moloney DJ. (2006) A Review of Biology and Biotechnology: Science, Applications, and Issues by H.Kreuzer and A.Massey.  Q.Rev.Biol. 81, 269-270.

 

Rampal R, Li AS, Moloney DJ, Georgiou SA, Luther KB, Nita-Lazar A, Haltiwanger RS. (2005) Lunatic fringe, manic fringe, and radical fringe recognize similar specificity determinants in O-fucosylated epidermal growth factor-like repeatsJ.Biol.Chem.  280, 42454-42463.

 

Shao L, Moloney DJ, and Haltiwanger RS. (2003) Fringe modifies O-fucose on mouse Notch1 at EGF repeats within the ligand-binding site and the Abruptex regionJ.Biol.Chem.  278, 7775-7782.

 

Shao L, Luo Y, Moloney DJ, and Haltiwanger RS. (2002) O-glycosylation of EGF repeats: Identification and initial characterization of a UDP-glucose: protein O-glucosyltransferaseGlycobiol.  12, 763-770.

 

Panin VM, Shao L, Lei L, Moloney DJ, Irvine KD, and Haltiwanger RS. (2002) Notch ligands are substrates for protein O-fucosyltransferase-1 and FringeJ.Biol.Chem.  277, 29945-29952.

 

Chen J, Moloney DJ, and Stanley P. (2001) Fringe modulation of Jagged1-induced Notch signaling requires the action of b4-galactosyltransferase-1Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci.  98, 13716-13721.

 

Moloney DJ, Panin VM, Johnston SH, Chen J, Shao L, Wilson R, Wang Y, Stanley P, Irvine KD, Haltiwanger RS, and Vogt TF. (2000) Fringe is a glycosyltransferase that modifies NotchNature  406, 369-375.

 

Moloney DJ, Shair LH, Lu FM, Xia J, Locke R, Matta KL, and Haltiwanger RS. (2000) Mammalian Notch1 is modified with two unusual forms of O-linked glycosylation found on epidermal growth factor-like modulesJ.Biol.Chem.  275, 9604-9611.

 

Moloney DJ and Haltiwanger RS. (1999) The O-linked fucose glycosylation pathway: Identification and characterization of a UDP-glucose: O-linked fucose b1,3 glucosyltransferase activity from Chinese hamster ovary cells.  Glycobiol.  9, 679-687.

 

Moloney DJ, Lin AI, and Haltiwanger RS. (1997) The O-linked fucose glycosylation pathway: Evidence for protein-specific elongation of O-linked fucose in Chinese hamster ovary cellsJ.Biol.Chem.  272, 19046-19050.

 

Haltiwanger R, Busby S, Grove K, Li S, Mason D, Medina L, Moloney D, Philipsberg G, and Scartozzi R. (1997) O-glycosylation of nuclear and cytoplasmic proteins: Regulation analogous to phosphorylation?  Biochem.Biophys.Res.Comm.  231, 237-242.

Tel:  631-632-1653
Fax:  631-632-9791
E-mail: 
daniel.moloney@stonybrook.edu

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