Curriculum Vitae
Curriculum Vitae - Toru Shibatani

Postsecondary Education

University of Texas Health Science

Doctor of Philosophy
Physiology

Teaching Experience

08/2007-Current        Instructor, Department of Biology
                                      Austin Community College

03/1997 – 05/1997    Praktikum (Lab Assistant), Institut für Biochemie
                                      Universtät Stuttgart

03/1996 – 05/1996    Praktikum (Lab Assistant), Institut für Biochemie
                                      Universtät Stuttgart

08/1995 – 11/1995    Teaching Assistant, Department of 
                                      University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

01/1995 – 06/1995    Teaching Assistant, Physiology course
                                      Graduate School of  Biomedical  Sciences
                                      University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

01/1994 – 06/1994    Teaching Assistant, Physiology course
                                      Graduate School of  Biomedical Sciences
                                      University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Professional Publications

Abstracts:

  1. Nakahira, S., Shibatani, T. and Tanaka, K. (1988)  Studies on purification of Ovulatory Oviposition Inducing Factor (OOIF) from the hens. (Japanese). West JapanSociety of Animal Science Volume 39; 11-16, p.42.
     
  2. Anzueto, A., Shibatani, T., Gibbons, W. J., Maxwell, L. C., Decento, Y., Lawrence, R. A., and Jenkinson, S. G. (1990)  Effect of glutathione depletion on diaphragmatic contractility. FASEB J., A542.
     
  3.  Shibatani, T., Anzueto, A., Gibbons, W. T., Maxwell, L. C., and Jenkinson, S. G. (1990)  In vitro effects of promazine on diaphragm contractility. FASEB J., A1212.
     
  4. Shibatani, T. and Ward, W. F. (1992)  Effect of age and food restriction on Fischer 344 rat liver HMG-COA reductase turnover. FASEB J., A2033.
     
  5. Shibatani, T., Nazir, M., and Ward, W. F. (1995)  Effect of age and food restriction on liver proteasome function. FASEB J. 1051, A180.
     
  6. Shibatani, T. and Ward, W. F. (1995)  Effect of age and food restriction on proteolytic and peptidase activities of liver proteasome. The Gerontologist 35, 12.
     
  7. Shibatani, T. and Ward, W. F. (1994-5)  Measurement of proteasomal activity without purification. Enzyme Protein 48, 5-6.
     
  8. Ward, W. F. and Shibatani, T. (1995)  Alteration of proteasome function by aging and dietary restriction. Age 18, 214.
     
  9. Van Remmen, H., Hamilton, M., Ikeno, Y., Chang, J., Shibatani, T. and Richardson, A. (2002)  Using knockout and transgenic mouse models to study oxidative stress and mitochondria in aging. Free Radic. Res. 36 Supplment, 23-24.
     
  10.  Van Remmen, H., Chen, X., Mele, J., Ran, Q., Shibatani, T., Prolla, T. and Richardson, A. (2001)  Altered sensitivity to gamma-irradiation and paraquat in mice with genetically modulated antioxidant defense systems. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 31 Supplment: S128-S128, 382.
     
  11.  Shibatani, T., David, L. L., McCormack, A. L., Früh, K. and Skach, W. R. (2004)  Proteomic analysis of mammalian oligosaccharyltransferase reveals multiple subcomplexes that contain Sec61, TRAP, and two potential new subunits. Mol. Biol. Cell 15 Supplement, 444A-445A 2461.
     
  12. Shibatani, T., Carlson, E. J., McCormack, A. L., Früh, K., Skach, W. R. (2005)  Dynamic interconversion of proteasome populations identified by 2D BN-PAGE/SDS-PAGE.  Mol. Biol. Cell
     

Peer-Reviewed Publications:

  1.   Shibatani, T. and Ward, F. W. (1995)  Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) activation of proteasome in rat liver. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 321, l60-l66.
     
  2.   Shibatani, T. and Ward, F. W. (1996)  Effect of age and food restriction on total alkaline protease activity in rat liver. J. Gerontol. : A Biol. Sci. Med. Sci. 51(2), B175-B178.
     
  3.   Shibatani, T. Nazir, M., and Ward, F. W. (1996)  Alteration of rat liver 20S proteasome activities by age and food restriction. J. Gerontol. : A Biol. Sci. Med. Sci. 51(5), B316-B322.
     
  4.   Shibatani, T., Kramer, G., Hardesty, B., and Horowitz, P. M. (1999)  Domain separation precedes global folding of rhodanese. J. Biol. Chem. 274(47), 33795-33799.
     
  5.   Yant,L.J., Ran,Q., Rao,L., Van Remmen,H., Shibatani,T., Belter,J.G., Motta,L., Richardson,A., Prolla,T.A.  (2003)  The selenoprotein GPX4 is essential for mouse development and protects from radiation and oxidative damage insults. Free Radic. Biol. Med. 34, 496-502.
     
  6.   Shibatani, T., David, L. L., McCormack, A. L., Früh, K., Skach, W. R. (2005)  Proteomic analysis of mammalian oligosaccharyltransferase reveals multiple subcomplexes that contain Sec61, TRAP, and two potential new subunits. Biochemistry 44(16), 5982-5992.
     
  7.   Shibatani, T., Carlson, E. J., McCormack, A. L., Früh, K., Skach, W. R.(2006)  Global organization and function of mammalian cytosolic proteasome pools: Implications for PA28 and 19S regulatory complexes Mol. Biol. Cell 17 (12), 4962-4971

Book Chapters:
 

  1. Ward, W. F. and Shibatani, T.  (1994)  Dietary modulation of protein turnover. In: Yu, B. P., CRC Handbook of Modulation of Aging Processes by Dietary Restriction. Boca Raton: CRC Press, p.121-142.

Awards

Award for excellence in Graduate Studies in Physiology, 1996

Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship (in Germany), 1996-1997 (2 years)