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  • Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Department Of Biochemistry
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Publications

  • Amy J. Hawkins and Nicole C. Woitowich (date unknown). Building Powerful Presentations Through Framing and a Call to Action. Springer Nature. Accepted, .
  • Amy J. Hawkins, Melissa Rowland-Goldsmith, Hannah Alexander, Nicole C. Woitowich (date unknown). The Art of Incorporating Science Communication into Existing Classrooms: How Online Resources and Training Address a Gap in Core Competencies. The University Press of Colorado/Utah State University Press. Accepted, .
  • Shultz JC, Goehe RW, Wijesinghe DS, Murudkar C, Hawkins AJ, Shay JW, Minna JD, Chalfant CE (date unknown). Alternative splicing of caspase 9 is modulated by the phosphoinositide 3-kinase/Akt pathway via phosphorylation of SRp30a. Vol. 70, 9185-96. Accepted, .
  • Schell JC, Olson KA, Jiang L, Hawkins AJ, Van Vranken JG, Xie J, Egnatchik RA, Earl EG, DeBerardinis RJ, Rutter J (date unknown). A role for the mitochondrial pyruvate carrier as a repressor of the Warburg effect and colon cancer cell growth. Vol. 56, 400-413. Accepted, .
  • Hawkins AJ, Stark LA (date unknown). More Than Metaphor: Online Resources for Teaching Cancer Biology. Vol. 16. Accepted, .
  • Hawkins AJ, Golding SE, Khalil A, Valerie K (date unknown). DNA double-strand break - induced pro-survival signaling. Vol. 101, 13-7. Accepted, .
  • Adams BR, Hawkins AJ, Povirk LF, Valerie K (date unknown). ATM-independent, high-fidelity nonhomologous end joining predominates in human embryonic stem cells. Vol. 2, 582-96. Accepted, .
  • Bodson J, Ding Q, Warner EL, Hawkins AJ, Henry KA, Kepka D (date unknown). Sub-Regional Assessment of HPV Vaccination Among Female Adolescents in the Intermountain West and Implications for Intervention Opportunities. Vol. 21, 1500-1511. Accepted, .
  • Hawkins AJ, Stark LA (date unknown). Bringing Climate Change into the Life Science Classroom: Essentials, Impacts on Life, and Addressing Misconceptions. Vol. 15. Accepted, .
  • Shultz JC, Goehe RW, Murudkar CS, Wijesinghe DS, Mayton EK, Massiello A, Hawkins AJ, Mukerjee P, Pinkerman RL, Park MA, Chalfant CE (date unknown). SRSF1 regulates the alternative splicing of caspase 9 via a novel intronic splicing enhancer affecting the chemotherapeutic sensitivity of non-small cell lung cancer cells. Vol. 9, 889-900. Accepted, .
  • Homburger S, Drits-Esser D, Malone M, Pompei K, Breitenbach K, Perkins R, Anderson P, Barber N, Hawkins AJ, Katz S, Kelly M, Starr H, Bass K, Roseman JE, Hardcastle J, Stark LA (date unknown). Development and Pilot Testing of an NGSS-Aligned Unit that Integrates Evolution and Heredity. Vol. 12, 13. Accepted, .
  • Kepka D, Ding Q, Hawkins AJ, Warner EL, Boucher KM (date unknown). Factors associated with early adoption of the HPV vaccine in US male adolescents include Hispanic ethnicity and receipt of other vaccines. Vol. 4, 98-102. Accepted, .
  • Hawkins AJ, Subler MA, Akopiants K, Wiley JL, Taylor SM, Rice AC, Windle JJ, Valerie K, Povirk LF (date unknown). In vitro complementation of Tdp1 deficiency indicates a stabilized enzyme-DNA adduct from tyrosyl but not glycolate lesions as a consequence of the SCAN1 mutation. Vol. 8, 654-63. Accepted, .
  • Golding SE, Morgan RN, Adams BR, Hawkins AJ, Povirk LF, Valerie K (date unknown). Pro-survival AKT and ERK signaling from EGFR and mutant EGFRvIII enhances DNA double-strand break repair in human glioma cells. Vol. 8, 730-8. Accepted, .
  • Hawkins AJ, Stark LA (date unknown). Online Resources for Engaging Students in Bioethical Discussions. Vol. 14, fe4. Accepted, .
  • Amy J. Hawkins and Genetic Science Learning Center staff (date unknown). Inside Diabetes. Video interactive voiced by Wilford Brimley. Travel inside the body to see how regulation goes wrong in people with diabetes, and how various treatments work to correct the problem. Learn.Genetics. Accepted, .
  • Amy J. Hawkins and Genetic Science Learning Center staff (date unknown). Spotlight On Sugar. Learn about the sources of sugar in our diets, their chemical similarities and differences, and their effects on our cells and our bodies. Learn.Genetics. Accepted, .
  • Amy J. Hawkins and Genetic Science Learning Center staff (date unknown). Genetic Testing in Healthcare. (24:56) Genetic testing can help patients make better-informed decisions about their healthcare and treatment options. This video describes how the process works: the types of tests available, how tests are developed and interpreted, and how teams of medical professionals work together throughout the process to enhance medical care. Accepted, .
  • Amy J. Hawkins and Genetic Science Learning Center staff (date unknown). Evolution: DNA and the Unity of Life curriculum materials on Shared Biochemistry, Comparing Amino Acid Sequences, Common Ancestry, Cladograms, and Speciation. Materials for the 6 - 8 week curriculum unit are freely-available and include videos, worksheets and interactive materials for students, and teacher training materials. Learn.Genetics. Accepted, .