Pauw, PeterProfessor and Chair | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone Extension: 6624 | Office Hours: Please email me for times or an appointment
About MeI have been a member of the Biology Department since 1987 and currently serve as the Chair. Courses I currently teach include Immunology, Histology, Cell Biology and courses for non-science majors. Feel free to visit me outside of my posted office hours - if my door (Hughes 006) is open I would be happy to talk to you. (Full disclosure note - that picture is more than 15 years old.)
Peter G. Pauw AD Box 8
Professor (509) 313-6624
Biology Department email@example.com
Gonzaga University http://gonzology.gonzaga.edu/people/cell-and-molecular/pauwpeter/
B.A., Biology. Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA (1970)
Ph.D., Cell and Developmental Biology. University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO (1980)
2009-present Chair of Biology, Gonzaga University
1998-present Professor of Biology, Gonzaga University
1998-2004 Chair of Biology, Gonzaga University
1992-1998 Associate Professor of Biology, Gonzaga University.
1987-1992 Assistant Professor of Biology, Gonzaga University.
1984-1987 Postdoctoral Trainee. Department of Anatomy, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT. (Dr. John F. Ash)
1980-1984 Postdoctoral Research Associate. Genetics Department, Iowa State University, Ames, IA. (Dr. Joan K. Stadler)
Histology, Immunology, Cell Biology, General Microbiology, Concepts in Biology, Advanced Topics
Publications (*Undergraduate coauthors):
Staub, N. L., P. G. Pauw and D. Pauw* (2006). Seeing the forest through the trees: Helping students appreciate life's diversity by building the Tree of Life. The American Biology Teacher, 68:149-151.
Pauw, P. G., C. R. Kaffer*, R. J. Petersen*, S. A. Semerad* and D. C. Williams*. (2000). Inhibition of Myogenesis by Ouabain: Effect on Protein Synthesis. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol.--Animal 36:133-138.
Pauw, P. G., and G. J. Hermann*. (1994). Ouabain is a reversible inhibitor of myogenic fusion. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. 30A:9-11.
Ash, J. F., and P. G. Pauw. (1992). Amplification of Na,K-ATPase in ouabain resistant HeLa variants. In: R. E. Kellems (ed.), Gene Amplification in Mammalian Cells: A Comprehensive Guide. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. pp 107-117.
Pauw, P. G., and J. D. David. (1990). A unique subset of developmentally regulated surface proteins turns over rapidly during fusion of the L6 rat myoblast cell line. Exp. Cell Res. 186:74-82.
Pauw, P. G., R. N. Sheck, and J. F. Ash. (1989). Steady-state physiological variations across a graded series of Na,K-ATPase-amplified cells. Mol. Cell. Biol. 9:116-123.
Pauw, P. G. and J. F. Ash. (1987). Graded amplification of the Na,K-ATPase across a subclonal series: Effects on membrane physiology. J. Cell. Physiol. 130:199-206.
Pauw, P. G., M. D. Johnson, P. Moore, M. Morgan, R. M. Fineman, T. Kalka, and J. F. Ash (1986). Stable gene amplification and overexpression of sodium- and potassium-activated ATPase in HeLa cells. Mol. Cell. Biol. 6:1164-1171.
Pauw, P. G., K. G. Biagi, and J. K. Stadler. (1986). Reduced pinosome formation in a cell fusion-impaired mutant of mouse lymphocytic cell line L5178Y. J. Cell. Physiol. 126:243-248.
Johnson, M. D., J. F. Ash, and P. G. Pauw. (1986). Alterations in amino acid transport in Na, K-ATPase amplified HeLa cells. J. Biol. Chem., 261:40-43.
Grund, S. H., S. R. Patil, H. O. Shah, P. G. Pauw, and J. K. Stadler (1983). Correlation of unstable, multidrug cross resistance in CHO with a homogeneously staining region on chromosome 1. Mol. Cell. Biol. 3:1634-1647.
Pauw, P. G. and J. D. David (1979). Alterations in surface proteins during myogenesis of a rat myoblast cell line. Develop. Biol. 70:27-38.
Hartman, P. S., A. Eisenstark, and P. G. Pauw (1979). Inactivation of phage T7 by near-ultraviolet radiation plus hydrogen peroxide: DNA-protein crosslinks prevent DNA injection. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 76:3228-3232.
Sherman, L. A. and P. Pauw (1976). Infection of Synechococcus cedrorum by the cyanophage AS-1M. II. Protein and DNA synthesis. Virology 71:17-27.
NIH-AREA: Characterizing Myogenic Fusion Inhibition by Ouabain. Grant# 1R15AR42081-01A1. July 11, 1994 - July 10, 1998. $92,578.
M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust: Undergraduate Research Enhancement. Reference No.: 95070:JVZ:02/22/96. May 1, 1996 - April 30, 1999. $140,000.
American Society for Cell Biology/Society for Developmental Biology Summer Teacher Research Fellowship Award. To support secondary school teacher David Auerbach from Wellpinit, WA working in my lab June 1 - August 15, 1995. $6,500.
NSF-RUI: Modeling Sodium Pump Regulation Using Gene Amplification. Grant # DCB-8901988. August 1, 1989 - January 31, 1993. $126,015.
NSF-ILI: Instrumentation for an Advanced Undergraduate Genetics Curriculum. Grant # USE-8851591. August 1 1988 - January 31, 1991. $26,065.