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Meredith Rosser, Ph.D.

Cell & Developmental Biology


Ph.D. Cell Biology, Duke University


Doug Cyr, Ph.D.


Dr. Meredith Rosser is currently Scientific Instructional Faculty at Penn State University


  • Spring 2005
    • Cell Biology: Fayetteville State University
  • Fall 2005
    • Cell Biology: Fayetteville State University
    • Protein Biology and Disease: Fayetteville State University


  • Rosser, MF, Muchowski, PJ, Patterson, C, Cyr, DM.  (2007) Chaperone Activity of the E3 ubiquitin ligase, CHIP.  Journal of Biological Chemistry 282: 22267-22277
  • Turnbull, E.L., Rosser, MF and Cyr, DM  (2007) The role of the UPS in Cystic Fibrosis. Protein Targeted Database and Journal.
  • Younger, JM, Chen, L, Ren, HY, Rosser, MF, Turnbull, EL, Fan, CY, Patterson, C, and Cyr, DM.  (2006) Sequential quality-control checkpoints triage misfolded cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator.  Cell 126:571-582.
  • Rosser, MF and Cyr, DM. (2006) Do Hsp40s Act as Chaperones or Co-Chaperones? Networking of Chaperones by Co-Chaperones ed. Gregory L. Blatch.  Landes Bioscience
  • Younger, J.M., Fan, C.Y., Chen, L., Rosser, M.F., Patterson, C., and Cyr, D.M. (2005) Methods in Molecular Biology. 301: 293-303.
  • Dalal, S., Rosser, M.F., Cyr, D.M., and Hanson, P.I. (2004) Distinct roles for the AAA ATPases NSF and p97 in the secretory pathway. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 15(2): 637-48.