L. DeEtte Walker
Research Scientist

   
Professional experience:
Research Scientist School of Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA ( 2004 - Present )
Research Coordinator Department of Genetics, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA ( 2000 - 2004 )
Post Doctoral Fellow Department of Genetics, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA ( 1998 - 2000 )
   
Education:
PhD, Genetics Department of Genetics, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA ( 1998 )
   
Research Interests:
  • Ovarian cancer
  • Evolutionary biology
   
Selected Publications:

Zang, X., C. Jones, T. Long, M. Monge, M. Zhou, Manshui, L.D.Walker, R. Mezencev, A. Gray, J. F. McDonald, and F. Fernandez. 2014.¬† Feasibility of detecting prostate cancer by ultra performance liquid chromatography‚ąímass spectrometry serum metabolomics. J Proteome Res 13:3444-3454. PubMed

Hill, C.G., L.V. Matyunina, L.D. Walker, B.B. Benigno, and J.F. McDonald. 2014. Transcriptional override: a network model of indirect responses to modulations in microRNA expression. BMC Systems Biology 8:36-44. PubMed

Lili, L.N., L.V. Matyunina, L.D. Walker, G.W. Daneker, and J.F. McDonald. 2014. Evidence for the importance of personalized molecular profiling in pancreatic cancer. Pancreas 43 (2):198-211. PubMed

Lili, L.N., L.V. Matyunina, L.D. Walker, S.L. Wells, B.B. Benigno, and J.F. McDonald. 2013. Molecular profiling supports the role of epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition (EMT) in ovarian cancer metastasis. J Ovarian Res. 6:49. PubMed

Shahab, S., L.V. Matyunina, C.G. Hill, L. Wang, R. Mezencev, L.D. Walker, and J.F. McDonald. 2012. The effects of microRNA transfections on global patterns of gene expression in ovarian cancer cells are functionally coordinated. BMC Med Genomics 5:33. PubMed

   
Additional information:
Curriculum Vitae