Carolyn Sevier, PhD
- PhD, Biochemistry, John Hopkins University School of Medicine, 2000
- BA, Biological Chemistry, Wellesley College, 1993
- 2010-Present, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Medicine, Cornell University
- 2004-2010, Research Scientist, Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- 1999-2004, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Wang, J., Sevier, C. (2016) Formation and Reversibility of BiP Protein Cysteine Oxidation Facilitate Cell Survival during and post Oxidative Stress. 291:7541-57.
- Wang, J., Pareja, K., Kaiser, C., Sevier, C. (2014) Redox signaling via the molecular chaperone BiP protects cells against endoplasmic reticulum-derived oxidative stress. 3:e03496.
- Sevier, C. (2012) Erv2 and quiescin sulfhydryl oxidases: Erv-domain enzymes associated with the secretory pathway. 16:800-808.
- Sevier, C., Qu, H., Heldman, N., Gross, E., Fass, D., Kaiser, C. (2007) Modulation of cellular disulfide bond formation and the ER redox environment by feedback regulation of Ero1. 129:333-344.
Awards and Honors
- 2000-2003, NIH,Individual Postdoctoral National Research Service Award
- 1993, Wellesley College, B.A. cum laude with Highest Honors in Biochemistry