Sanford School of Medicine Basic Biomedical Sciences

James Pattison

Scott Pattison
Assistant Professor
Basic Biomedical Sciences, School of Medicine
UMS Lee Med/Sanford School of Medicine 351
Phone: 605-677-5136
Teaching Interests:
cardiac biology, skeletal muscle physiology, cell biology, molecular biology, exercise physiology
Research Interests:
Autophagy, Cardiac biology, skeletal muscle plasticity, aging
Education:
  • Ph D, Biomedical Sciences, University of Missouri, 2004
  • BA, Biology, Wabash College, 1997
Publications:
  • Bhuiyan, M. s., Pattison, J. S., Osinska, H., James, J., Gulick, J., McLendon, P. M., Hill, J. A., Sadoshima, J., Robbins, J., (2013), Enhanced autophagy ameliorates cardiac proteinopathy., Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol. 123, iss. 12, pp. 5284-5297.
  • Wang, X., Pattison, J. S., Su, H., (2013), Posttranslational Modification and Quality Control, Circulation Research, vol. 112, iss. 2, pp. 367-381.
  • Wang, X., Pattison, J. S., Su, H., (2013), Posttranslational Modification and Quality Control, Circulation Research, vol. 112, iss. 2, pp. 367-381. PMID: 23329792 [PubMed] .
  • Pattison, J. S., (2012), Macrophage Autophagy Plays a Protective Role in Advanced Atherosclerosis, Cell Metabolism, vol. 15, iss. 4, pp. 545-553.
Presentations:
  • Pattison, J. S., Rezvani, K. Defining the Role of p62 on Protein Degradation Processes and Heart Failure. Presented at the 3rd Floor Research Group, LM19.
  • Richards, J., Pattison, J. S. (2014, July). Testing the Effects of p62 Phosphorylation in Neonatal Cardiomyocytes.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2014, June). p62-dependent Proteotoxicity and Cardiac Pathology. Presented at the Third annual PQCD Symposia, Deadwood, SD.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2013, October). Understanding the Role of p62 in Cardiac Hypertrophy and Heart Failure.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2013, May). PQCD Innovation and Planning Session. Presented at the PQCD Future-mini retreat, USD.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2013, May). Understanding the Role of p62 in Cardiac Hypertrophy and Heart Failure. Presented at the 4th Annual Sanford Health-USD Biomedical Research Symposium, Sioux Falls.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2013, March). Heat Shock Factor 1 (HSF1) controls chemoresistance and autophagy through transcriptionalregulation of ATG7. Presented at the PQCD Journal Club, USD.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2012, November). Defining the Role of p62 in Cardiac Hypertrophy and Pathology. Presented at the Scientific Sessions, Los Angeles.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2012, November). Induced basal autophagy in Atg7 mice ameliorates cardiac proteinopathy. Presented at the Scientific Sessions, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2012, October). Atg7 Modulates p53 Activity to Regulate Cell Cycle and Survival During Metabolic Stress. Presented at the PQCD Journal Club, USD.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2012, August). Defining the Role of p62 in TNF-a Activation of NF-kB-dependent Cardiomyocyte Hypertrophy.. Presented at the U. Discover/BRIN Research reception, Lee Med.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2012, March). NF-kB regulates protein quality control after heat stress through modulation of the BAG3–HspB8 complex. Presented at the PQCD Journal Club, Room 22A.
  • Pattison, J. S. (2011, November). Serine 403 Phosphorylation of p62/SQSTM1 Regulates Selective Autophagic Clearance of Ubiquitinated Proteins. Presented at the PQCD Journal Club, USD.