William H. Schubach, MD, PhD - Faculty - Division of Medical Oncology - University of Washington

Faculty

William H. Schubach, MD, PhD

William H. Schubach, MD, PhD

Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
Division of Oncology

Mailing Address

Tumor Vaccine Group
815 Mercer Street
Seattle, WA 98109

Admin Contact

(206) 543-8557

Specialty / Expertise

Epstein-Barr virus

Research Interests

N/A

Current Research Projects

N/A

Training

Dr. Schubach received his MD from Columbia University, New York, NY . He completed his Ph.D. at the University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.

Selected Publications

Kwiatkowski, B., Chen, S-Y. J., Schubach, W.H (2004) CKII site in Epstein-Barr virus nuclear protein 2 controls binding to hSNF5/Ini1 and is important for growth transformation, Journal of Virology, 786067-6072

Kwiatkowski, B., Ragoczy, T., Ehly, J., Schubach, W.H (2004) Identification and cloning of a novel chromatin associated protein partner of Epstein-Barr nuclear protein 2, Experimental Cell Research, 300223-233

Yang, L., L. Xia, Wu, D.Y., Wang, H. Chansky, H.A., Schubach, W.H., Hickstein, D. D., Zhang, Y (2002) Molecular Cloning of ESET, a novel histone H3-specific methyltransferase, Oncogene, 21148-152

Wu, D.Y., D. C. Tkachuck, R. S. Roberson, W. H. Schubach (2002) The human SNF5/Ini1 protein is a regulatory protein for PP1 phosphatase and mediates growth suppression by GADD34, J. Biol. Chem, 27727706-27715

Wu DY, Krumm A, Schubach WH, Promoter-specific targeting of human SWI-SNF complex by Epstein-Barr virus nuclear protein 2, Journal of Virology, 74(19):8893-903, October 2000

Becker JL, Miller F, Nuovo GJ, Josepovitz C, Schubach WH, Nord EP, Epstein-Barr virus infection of renal proximal tubule cells: possible role in chronic interstitial nephritis, Journal of Clinical Investigation, 104(12):1673-81, December 1999


Last updated: June 2010

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