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Scientist

BASF

March 2020 - Present

Education

PhD, Endocrinology (Nutritional Science and Toxicology)

University of California Berkeley

January 2015 - May 2019

B.S. (Nutritional Science and Toxicology)

University of California Berkeley

- May 2014

A.S. (Natural Sciences)

Merritt College

- May 2012

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Breanna Ford, Kevin M. Tharp, Ryo Higuchi-Sanabria, Greg A. Timblin, Carlos Garzon-Coral, Catherine Schneider, Jonathon M. Muncie, Connor Stashko, Joseph R. Daniele, Andrew S. Moore, et al.(2020). Adhesion-mediated mechanosignaling forces mitohormesis . Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Breanna Ford, Candice B. Herber, William C. Krause, Liping Wang, James R. Bayrer, Alfred Li, Matthew Schmitz, Aaron Fields, Zhi Zhang, Michelle S. Reid, et al.(2019). Estrogen signaling in arcuate Kiss1 neurons suppresses a sex-dependent female circuit promoting dense strong bones . Nature Communications. 10. (1). Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}
Breanna Ford, Clive Yik-Sham Chung, Hijai R. Shin, Charles A. Berdan, Carl C. Ward, James A. Olzmann, Roberto Zoncu, Daniel K. Nomura(2019). Covalent targeting of the vacuolar H+-ATPase activates autophagy via mTORC1 inhibition . Nature Chemical Biology. 15. (8). p. 776--785. Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}
Breanna Ford, Carsten Prasse, Daniel K. Nomura, David L. Sedlak(2018). Unexpected transformation of dissolved phenols to toxic dicarbonyls by hydroxyl radicals and UV light . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115. (10). p. 2311--2316. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Breanna Ford, Carsten Prasse, Daniel K. Nomura, David L. Sedlak(2018). Unexpected transformation of dissolved phenols to toxic dicarbonyls by hydroxyl radicals and UV light . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. p. 201715821. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Gibeaux, R., Acker, R., Kitaoka, M., Georgiou, G., Van Kruijsbergen, I., Ford, B., Marcotte, E.M., Nomura, D.K., Kwon, T., Veenstra, G.J.C., et al.(2018). Paternal chromosome loss and metabolic crisis contribute to hybrid inviability in Xenopus . Nature. 553. (7688). p. 337-341.
Ford, Breanna, Bateman, Leslie A., Gutierrez-Palominos, Leilani, Park, Robin, Nomura, Daniel K.(2017). Mapping Proteome-wide Targets of Glyphosate in Mice . Cell Chemical Biology. 24. (2). p. 133-140.
Ford, Breanna, Counihan, Jessica L., Nomura, Daniel K.(2016). Mapping proteome-wide interactions of reactive chemicals using chemoproteomic platforms . Current Opinion in Chemical Biology. 30. p. 68-76.
Ford, Breanna, Medina-Cleghorn, Daniel, Bateman, Leslie A., Heslin, Ann, Fisher, Karl J., Dalvie, Esha D., Nomura, Daniel K.(2015). Mapping Proteome-Wide Targets of Environmental Chemicals Using Reactivity-Based Chemoproteomic Platforms . Chemistry & Biology. 22. (10). p. 1394-1405.
Ford, Breanna, Casida, John E., Jinsmaa, Yunden, Sullivan, Patti, Cooney, Adele, Goldstein, David S.(2014). Benomyl, Aldehyde Dehydrogenase, DOPAL, and the Catecholaldehyde Hypothesis for the Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease . Chemical Research in Toxicology. 27. (8). p. 1359-1361.
CONFERENCE POSTER
• Abstract #1582, Ford et al. (2014) An Enterprise Integration Application for Chemical Information and Tools for Green Chemistry Initiatives. Toxicologist. 138(1): 413.