Diane S. Lidke, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor

Email: DLidke@salud.unm.edu
Lab Website: The Lidke Laboratory

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Interests:

  • Molecular mechanisms of signal transduction
  • Quantitative fluorescence microscopy

Education and Certification Information

Ph.D.
Biophysical Sciences and Medical Physics
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
2002

B.S.
Physics
Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln
Graduated with High Distinction
1994


Selected Publications:

  • C.C. Valley, D.J. Arndt-Jovin, N. Karedla, M.P. Steinkamp, A. Chizhik, W.S. Hlavachk, B.S. Wilson, K.A. Lidke, D.S. Lidke. “Enhanced dimerization drives ligand-independent activity of mutant EGFR in lung cancer.” Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 4087-99 (2015)

  • M. Pryor, M.P. Steinkamp, A.M. Halasz , Y. Chen , S. Yang, M.S. Smith, G. Zahoransky-Kohalmi, M. Swift, X. Xu, D. Hanien, N. Volkmann, D.S. Lidke, J.S. Edwards and B.S. Wilson. “Orchestration of ErbB3 signaling through hetero and homo-interactions.” Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 4109-23 (2015)

  • A. Carroll-Portillo, J.L. Cannon, J. te Riet, A. Holmes, Y. Kawakami, T. Kawakami, A. Cambi, D.S. Lidke. “Mast cells and dendritic cells form synapses that facilitate antigen transfer for T cell activation.” Journal of Cell Biology. 210: 851-864 (2015)

  • C.C. Valley, Liu, D.S. Lidke, K.A. Lidke. "Sequential Superresolution Imaging of Multiple Targets Using a Single Fluorophore" PLoS ONE, v.10, p.e0123941 (2015)

  • J. Broeken, H. Johnson, D.S. Lidke, S. Liu, R.P.J. Nieuwenhuizen, S. Stalling, K.A. Lidke B. Rieger. "Resolution improvement by 3D particle averaging in localization microscopy" Methods and Applications in Fluorescence, 3: 014003 (2015)

  • O. Coban, L.C. Zanetti-Dominguez, D.R. Matthews, D.J. Rolfe, G. Weitsman, P.R. Barber, J. Barbeau, V. Devauges, F. Kampmeier, M. Winn, B. Vojnovic, P.J. Parker, K.A. Lidke, D.S. Lidke, S.M. Ameer-Beg, M.L. Martin-Fernandez, T. Ng. “Effect of phosphorylation on EGFR dimer stability probed by single-molecule dynamics and FRET/FLIM.” Biophysical Journal. 108: 1013-1026 (2015)

  • S.L. Schwartz, Q. Yan, C.A. Telmer, K.A. Lidke, M.P. Bruchez, D.S. Lidke. “Fluorogen-Activating Proteins Provide Tunable Labeling Densities for Tracking FcεRI Independent of IgE.” ACS Chemical Biology. 10:539-546 (2015)

  • M.P. Steinkamp, S.T. Low-Nam, S. Yang, K.A. Lidke, D.S. Lidke, B.S. Wilson. “ErbB3 is an active tyrosine kinase capable of homo- and hetero-interactions.” Molecular and Cellular Biology. 34:965-77 (2014)

  • C.C. Valley, K.A. Lidke, D.S. Lidke. “The Spatiotemporal Organization of ErbB Receptors: Insights from Microscopy.” An invited chapter for Signaling by Receptor Tyrosine Kinases. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. J Schlessinger and MA Lemmon, eds. pp. 179-192 (2014)

  • P.J. Cutler, M.D. Malik, S. Liu, J.M. Byars, D.S. Lidke and K.A. Lidke. “Multi-color quantum dot tracking using a high-speed hyperspectral line-scanning microscope.” PLoS One. 8: e64320 (2013)

  • M.M. Pryor, S.T. Low-Nam*, A.M. Halasz, D.S. Lidke, B.S. Wilson and J.S. Edwards. “Dynamic Transition States of ErbB1 Phosphorylation Predicted by Spatial Stochastic Modeling.” Biophysical Journal, 105:1533-1543 (2013)

  • Carroll-Portillo, Z. Surviladze, A. Cambi, D.S. Lidke, and B.S. Wilson. “Mast cell synapses and exosomes: membrane contacts for information exchange.” Frontiers in Immunology. 3:46 (2012)

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