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John Kozarich, PhD

Professor Adjunct
Department of Molecular Medicine
California Campus
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(858) 784-8201

Professional Experience

2007-2017 Professor Adjunct, Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute
2006-2015 Director, Corium International
1992-2001 Vice President, Research, Merck & Co., Inc.
1984-1995 Professor, University of Maryland, College Park
1990-1992 Vice President of Research & CSO, Alkermes
1977-1984 Professor of Pharmacology, School of Medicine, Yale University
1974-1977 NIH Postdoctoral Fellow, Biochemistry, Harvard University

Selected References

All Publications

Patricelli, M. P., Nomanbhoy, T. K., Wu, J., Brown, H., Zhou, D., Zhang, J. M., Jagannathan, S., Aban, A., Okerberg, E., Herring, C., Nordin, B., Weissig, H., et al. In situ kinase profiling reveals functionally relevant properties of native kinases. (2011). Chemistry & Biology, 18(6), 699-710. PMCID: PMC3142620.

Adam, G. C., Burbaum, J., Kozarich, J. W., Patricelli, M. P. & Cravatt, B. F. Mapping enzyme active sites in complex proteomes. (2004). Journal of the American Chemical Society, 126(5), 1363-1368.

Rosen, H., Hajdu, R., Silver, L., Kropp, H., Dorso, K., Kohler, J., Sundelof, J. G., Huber, J., Hammond, G. G., Jackson, J. J., Gill, C. J., Thompson, R., et al. Reduced immunotoxicity and preservation of antibacterial activity in a releasable side-chain carbapenem antibiotic. (1999). Science, 283(5402), 703-706.

Boger, D. L., Ramsey, T. M., Cai, H., Hoehn, S. T., Kozarich, J. W. & Stubbe, J. Assessment of the role of the bleomycin A(2) pyrimidoblamic acid C4 amino group. (1998). Journal of the American Chemical Society, 120(1), 53-65.

Wu, W., Vanderwall, D. E., Teramoto, S., Lui, S. M., Hoehn, S. T., Tang, X. J., Turner, C. J., Boger, D. L., Kozarich, J. W. & Stubbe, J. NMR studies of Co.deglycoBleomycin A2 green and its complex with d(CCAGGCCTGG). (1998). Journal of the American Chemical Society, 120(10), 2239-2250.