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Joe S. Matarlo

matarlo.joe@stonybrook.edu
Advisor: Dr. Peter J. Tonge

B.S., 2009, Iona College

I graduated from Iona College, New Rochelle NY in 2009 with a B.S. in Biochemistry and Biology. At Iona, I held two distinct research projects during my undergraduate studies: Organic Chemistry (Mentor Dr. Terrence Gavin) and Neuro-Cellular Biology (Mentor Dr. Teresa D'Aversa). I worked as a research assistance at Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Department of Medicine) from 2009-2011. Currently, I am in the Biochemistry and Structural Biology program at Stony Brook University. My current research focuses on the development of antibacterial agents that inhibit bacterial respiration via menaquinone biosynthesis.

Select Honors and Awards:
W. Burghardt Turner Dissertation
The Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate -Transformation
Frontiers of Research and Academic Models of Excellence

Select Publications:
Matarlo JS, Evans CE, Sharma I, Lavaud LJ, Ngo SC, Shek R, Rajashankar KR, French JB, Tan DS, and PJ Tonge. 2015. Mechanism of MenE inhibition by Acyl-Adenylate analogues and discovery of novel antibacterial agents.   Biochemistry. 54:6514-6524. [PMCID: PMC4624480]

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