Paul Chang, "PARPs function as key regulators of protein and mRNA homeostasis"

Sep 22, 2014 (Mon) | 4:00 PM -5:30 PM
318 Campus Drive, Clark Auditorium S001 : Stanford, CA

Professor Chang’s research is focused on poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) proteins whose primary function is to modify target proteins with ADP-ribose using NAD+ as substrate. PARPs are also major consumers of cellular NAD+ and therefore play additional roles in NAD+ homeostasis. His work is currently focused on two PARP functions identified in his laboratory, regulation of mRNA stability, and regulation of the unfolded protein response.

Department:  Biology

Contact: Maria Magana-Lopez | 650-723-2413 |


  • Paul Chang MIT/ Koch Institute