McLaughlin Institute

John R. Bermingham, Jr., PhD

Associate Professor

Bermingham

Education

Yale University, BA, 1979

University of Colorado, PhD, 1989

                                                                                                                                                                   

Positions

1989-1990 Postgraduate Research Assistant. Dr. Jane Gitschier, University of California, San Francisco, CA

1991-1998 Postdoctoral Fellow/Assistant Project Biologist. Dr. Michael G. Rosenfeld, University of California, San Diego, CA

1998-2006 Research Scientist, McLaughlin Research Institute, Great Falls, MT

1999-Present Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT

1999-Present Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Montana, Missoula, MT

2006-Present Associate Professor, McLaughlin Research Institute, Great Falls, MT

                                                                                           

Major Areas of Research 

Control of Schwann cell differentiation. more

 

Current Publications 

Kegel L, Aunin E, Meijer D, Bermingham JR. LGI proteins in the nervous system. ASN Neuro. 2013, Jun 25;5(3):167-81.

Rinkevich Y, Mori T, Sahoo D, Xu PX, Bermingham JR Jr, Weissman IL. Identification and prospective isolation of a mesothelial precursor lineage giving rise to smooth muscle cells and fibroblasts for mammalian internal organs, and their vasculature. National Cell Biology. 2012, Dec;14(12):1251-60.

Özkaynak, E, Abello, G, Jaegle, M, van Berge, L, Hamer, D, Kegel, L, Driegen, S, Sagane, K, Bermingham, JR, Jr., and Meijer, D. (2010). Adam22 is a major neuronal receptor for Lgi4-mediated Schwann cell signaling. Journal of Neuroscience 30:3857-3864. (Abstract)

Douglas, DS, Moran, JL, Bermingham, J.R., Jr.., Chen, X-J, Brindley, DN, Soliven, B, Beier, DR., and Popko, B. (2009). Concurrent Lpin1 and Nrcam mouse mutations result in severe peripheral neuropathy with transitory hind limb paralysis. Journal of Neuroscience 29:12089-12100. (Abstract)

Wolf M, Lommes P, Sock E Pieprich S, Fridrich RP, Krisich J Stolt CC, Bermingham, J.R., Jr., and Wegner M. (2009). Replacement of related POU transcription factors leads to severe defects in mouse forebrain development. Developmental Biology, 332: 418-428. (Abstract) Bermingham, J.R., Jr., Shearin, H., Pennington, J., O’Moore, J., Jaegle, M., Driegen, S., van Zon, A., Darbas, A., Özkaynak, E., Ryu, E.J., Milbrandt, J., and Meijer, D. (2006) The claw paw mutation reveals a role for Lgi4 in peripheral nerve development. Nature Neuroscience 9: 76-84. (Abstract)

Bermingham, J.R., Jr., Shearin, H., Pennington, J., O’Moore, J., Jaegle, M., Driegen, S., van Zon, A., Darbas, A., Özkaynak, E., Ryu, E.J., Milbrandt, J., and Meijer, D. (2006) The claw paw mutation reveals a role for Lgi4 in peripheral nerve development. Nature Neuroscience 9: 76-84. (Abstract)

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