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James Eberwine, PhD

Professor Adjunct
Department of Molecular Medicine
California Campus
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(858) 784-8402


Ph.D. (Biochemistry), Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons 1985
M.A. (Biochemistry), Columbia University 1979
B.S. (Biochemistry), Yale University 1978

Professional Experience

2007-2017 Professor Adjunct, Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute
1985-1990 Postdoctoral Fellow in Molecular Neurobiology, Stanford University

Selected References

All Publications

Dueck, H., Khaladkar, M., Kim, T. K., Spaethling, J. M., Francis, C., Suresh, S., Fisher, S. A., Seale, P., Beck, S. G., Bartfai, T., Kuhn, B., Eberwine, J., et al. Deep sequencing reveals cell-type-specific patterns of single-cell transcriptome variation. (2015). Genome Biology, 16, 122. PMCID: PMC4480509.

Bartfai, T., Buckley, P. T. & Eberwine, J. Drug targets: Single-cell transcriptomics hastens unbiased discovery. (2012). Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, 33(1), 9-16. PMCID: PMC3259260.

Sanchez-Alavez, M., Osborn, O., Tabarean, I. V., Holmberg, K. H., Eberwine, J., Kahn, C. R. & Bartfai, T. Insulin-like growth factor 1-mediated hyperthermia involves anterior hypothalamic insulin receptors. (2011). Journal of Biological Chemistry, 286(17), 14983-14990. PMCID: PMC3083203.

Eberwine, J. & Bartfai, T. Single cell transcriptomics of hypothalamic warm sensitive neurons that control core body temperature and fever response signaling asymmetry and an extension of chemical neuroanatomy. (2011). Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 129(3), 241-259. PMCID: PMC3065349.

Sanchez-Alavez, M., Tabarean, I. V., Osborn, O., Mitsukawa, K., Schaefer, J., Dubins, J., Holmberg, K. H., Klein, I., Klaus, J., Gomez, L. F., Kolb, H., Secrest, J., et al. Insulin causes hyperthermia by direct inhibition of warm-sensitive neurons. (2010). Diabetes, 59(1), 43-50. PMCID: PMC2797943.