Janice A FischerProfessor, Academic Program Director, Extension Instructor
Molecular BiosciencesGenetics of the ubiquitin pathway in Drosophilajanicefischer@austin.utexas.edu
The University of Texas at Austin Biology Instructional Office
100 East 24th Street, Stop A6500
Austin, TX 78712
Professor, Molecular Biosciences
Director, Biology Instructional Office
Professor, UT Extension School
Hartwell LH, Goldberg ML, Fischer JA, Hood L (2015) GENETICS, From Genes to Genomes, 5th edition. McGraw-Hill.
Xie X, Fischer JA (2012) Drosophila Epsin’s role in Notch ligand cells requires three Epsin protein functions: the lipid binding function of the ENTH domain, a single Ubiquitin interaction motif, and a subset of the C-terminal protein binding modules. Developmental Biology 363:399-412.
Lee J-H, Fischer JA (2012) Drosophila Tel2 is expressed as a translational fusion with EpsinR and is a regulator Wingless signaling. PLoS ONE 7(9), e46357
Weinmaster G, Fischer JA (2011) Notch ligand ubiquitylation: what is it good for? Developmental Cell 21:134-144.
Cho B, Fischer JA (2011) Ral GTPase promotes asymmetric Notch activation in response to Frizzled/PCP signaling by repressing ligand-independent receptor activation. Development 138:1349-1359
Lee J-H, Overstreet E, Fitch E, Fleenor S, Fischer JA (2009) Drosophila liquid facets-Related encodes Golgi epsin and is an essential gene required for cell proliferation, growth, and patterning. Developmental Biology 331:1-13.
Eun SH, Banks SML, Fischer JA (2008) Auxilin is essential for Delta signaling. Development 135:1089-1095.
Wu Y, Bolduc F, Bell K, Tully T, Fang Y Sehgal A, Fischer JA (2008) A Drosophila model for Angelman syndrome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 105(34):12399-1240
Eun SH, Lea K, Overstreet E, Stevens S, Lee J-H, Fischer JA. (2007) Identification of genes that interact with Drosophila liquid facets. Genetics 175:1163-1174.
2012 College of Natural Sciences Teaching Excellence Award