Tracie Delgado, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor Department of Biology Northwest University Kirkland, WA office 425-889-5739 cell 323-387-0989 fax 425-889-4097 tracie.delgado@gmail.com

Education:
University of Washington, Seattle, WA Ph.D. in Microbiology University of California-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA B.S. in Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics 09/06-07/11

09/02-06/06

Research:
DEPARTMENT START END FIELD INSTITUTION SUPERVISOR

Microbiology Immunology Microbiology Immunology Molecular Biology

09/06 09/05 06/05 09/04 09/02

08/11 06/06 08/05 06/05 08/04

Virology Cancer Biology Virology Cancer Biology Plant Biology

UW UCLA Harvard UCLA UCLA

Michael Lagunoff, PhD *thesis lab* Manuel Penichet, MD PhD David Knipe, PhD Benjamin Bonavida, PhD Sioux Christensen, PhD

Publications:
TITLE AUTHORS JOURNAL/CONFERENCE

Global Metabolic Profiling of Infection by an Oncogenic Virus: KSHV Induces and Requires Lipogenesis for Survival of Latent Infection Induction of the Warburg effect by Kaposi’s Sarcoma Herpesvirus is required for the maintenance of latently infected endothelial cells Conjugation of an anti–transferrin receptor IgG3-avidin fusion protein with biotinylated saporin results insignificant enhancement of its cytotoxicity against malignant hematopoietic cells

Delgado, T., Sanchez, EL., Camarda, R and Lagunoff, M

In Review….

Delgado, T., Carroll, P.A, Punjabi, A.S., Margineantu, D., Hockenbery, D.M and Lagunoff, M. Daniels, TR., Ng, PP., Delgado, T., Lynch, MR., Schiller, G., Helguera, G., and Penichet, ML.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2010 Jun 8;107(23):10696-701

Mol Cancer Ther. 2007 Nov;6(11):2995-3008

The transferrin receptor part II: Targeted delivery of therapeutic agents into cancer cells (Review) The transferrin receptor part I: Biology and targeting with cytotoxic antibodies for the treatment of cancer (Review)

Daniels, TR., Delgado T., Helguera, G., Penichet, ML. Daniels, TR., Delgado T., Rodriguez, JA., Helguera, G., Penichet, ML.

Clin Immunol. 2006 Nov;121(2):159-76. 2006 Aug 17. Review. Clin Immunol. 2006 Nov;121(2):144-58. 2006 Aug 10. Review.

Professional Abstracts:
TITLE AUTHORS JOURNAL/CONFERENCE

KSHV infection of endothelial cells induces de novo lipogenesis to maintain latency Induction of Glycolysis by KSHV is required for the maintenance of latently infected endothelial cells Mechanism of cytotoxicity elicited by an anti-transferrin receptor IgG3-avidin complexed with biotinylated saporin Conjugation of an anti-TfR IgG3-avidin fusion protein with biotinylated saporin results in significant enhancement of its cytotoxicity against malignant hematopoietic cells Viral and Cellular Factors Alter Nuclear Architecture During HSV-1 Infection

Tracie Delgado, Roman Camarda and Michael Lagunoff

International Herpesvirus Workshop, Poland, 2011 KSHV 12th International Workshop Annual Meeting at Charleston, S.C. Sep 13-16, 2009 98th AACR (American Association of Cancer Research) Annual Meeting at Los Angeles, CA. April 14-16, 2007 97th AACR (American Association of Cancer Research) Annual Meeting at Washington, D.C. April 1-5, 2006 International Herpesvirus Workshop, Finland, 2005

Tracie Delgado, Patrick A. Carroll, Almira S. Punjabi and Michael Lagunoff Tracy R. Daniels, Patrick P. Ng, Tracie Delgado, Gustavo Helguera, Gary Schiller, and Manuel L. Penichet Tracy Daniels, Patrick P. Ng, Tracie Delgado, Gustavo Helguera, Gary J. Schiller, Benjamin Bonavida and Manuel L. Penichet Simpson-Holley, M., Delgado, T., Colgrove, R., Nalepa, G., Harper, J.W., and David M. Knipe.

Graduate Fellowships:
The Helen Whiteley Graduate Fellowship UW Microbiology Department 09/10-08/10
*The Whitely award is given by the UW Microbiology department to the top graduate student graduating in the following year*

Huckabay Teaching Fellowship

UW

09/10-08/11

Cellular and Molecular Biology Training Grant UW / National Institutes of Health 07/08-06/11 NSF Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (honorable mention) National Science Foundation 2009 Viral Oncology Training Grant UW / National Institutes of Health 07/07-06/08 Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowship (honorable mention) The National Academies 2008 & 2009 Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Fellowship UW 09/06-06/09

Undergraduate Fellowships:
Minority Access to Research Careers Fellowship Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program Fellowship CARE Research Fellowship UCLA Harvard UCLA 07/04-06/06 06/05-08/05 06/03-06/04

Teaching Experience: Assistant Professor of Biology Northwest University
SCIE 2063/2061 SCIE 3143/3141 SCIE 4423/4421 SCIE 3403/3401 SCIE 2452 SCIE 1103/1101 General Biology II (Lecture and Lab) Genetics (Lecture and Lab) Biochemistry (Lecture and Lab) Cell Biology (Lecture and Lab) Principles of Biology (Lecture and Lab) Genetics and Society Spring 2012 Spring 2012 Spring 2012 Fall 2011 Fall 2011 Fall 2011

Microbiology Instructor Biology 109 (The Biology of STDs)
Biology 260 (Microbiology lecture and lab)

Seattle Central Community College
North Seattle Community College

Spring 2011
Summer 2010

*I designed and taught a course on “The Biology of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: an inside look at the most common sexually transmitted diseases in the United States” as part of my UW Huckabay Teaching fellowship at SCCC in Spring 2011.*

Lab TA Position
Microbiology 431 (Molecular Techniques in Microbiology: Lab) Microbiology 302 (Intro to Microbiology: Lab) UW UW Winter 2008 Spring 2007
*Both lab courses consisted of me giving 30-45 min lectures, explaining and guiding students in Microbiology lab experiments, writing quiz and test questions, holding office hours, grading papers and exams, and holding/running review sessions*

Professional Guest Lectures
Microbiology 301 (Intro to Microbiology)
*lecture on viral diseases*

University of WA University of WA

05/20/10 05/13/10

Microbiology 445 (Medical Virology)
*lecture on viruses and cancer*

Science and Math Spring Seminar Series
*lecture on viruses and cancer*

Seattle Central Community College 02/20/10 University of WA Extension 02/12/09

Biochemistry 405 (Intro to Biochemistry)
*lecture on cellular metabolism*

Lab Undergraduates Mentored
Roman Camarda Frew Meshesha University of WA University of WA 06/10-08/11 03/08-01/10

Graduate Rotation Students Mentored
Erica Sanchez University of WA 09/10-12/10

Other Teaching Experiences
Herpesvirus Lecture
*taught students about herpesviruses and my current research*

Seattle Center High School St. Paul Middle School (Seattle, WA.) Elizabeth Middle School (Bell, CA.)

01/09 01/09 05/06

Microbiology Lecture and Lab
*taught students how to Gram Stain*

Herpesvirus Lecture
*taught students about herpesviruses*

Presentation Awards:
*demonstrates excellence in conducting research and speaking about science*

UCLA Student Research Symposia, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. (Deans prize award winner for “Best Poster Presentation” in the Medical Sciences) May 2006 Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities (WAESO) Research Conference. Arizona, CA. (Best poster presentation in the Biological Sciences) Apr 21, 2006 Minority Access to Research Careers Symposium. UCLA, Los Angeles, CA. (Best Oral Presentation) Sep 15, 2004 California Alliance Minority Program Research Conference. Irvine, CA. (Best poster presentation in the Biological Sciences) Feb 27-28, 2004

Professional Societies
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences (SACNAS) Leadership Alliance Honors Research Society Achievement Rewards for College Scientist National Society Member National Society Member National Society Member Sep 2004-present Aug 2005-life Sep 2006-present

Local Scientific Organizations and Mentorship Programs:
“Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in the Sciences” (SACNAS) Student Chapter at the University of Washington (*student run chapter under the national society*) UW SACNAS President Sep 2009-Sep 2010 UW SACNAS Vice-President Sep 2008-Sep 2009 UW SACNAS Treasurer Sep 2007-Sep 2008 Program for Excellence in Education and Research in the Sciences (PEERS) Mentor UCLA Sep 2004-June 2006

Science Outreach and Service:
Clear Sky Native Youth Outreach *Spoke to Native American elementary-high school students about science, the need for underrepresented minorities in the sciences and careers/opportunities in science.* COSEE (Center for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence) Broader Impacts Diversity Session: *helped organize and chaired a session at the 2010 COSEE conference. The session outlined strategies for promoting more diverse participation in the sciences* Nathan Hale High School Global Health Summit: *Science Professional Judge. Viewed and judged high school student grant proposals aiming to help a global health epidemic* Royal City High School Outreach: *Organized and facilitated a SACNAS Student outreach event at Royal City High School, a highly Latino school. We talked to them about college, science careers, gave research talks, played an interactive science game and had mentoring time.* Seattle Center High School: *Scientific Professional Panel member. Judged and questioned Chemistry students April 6, 2010

Jan 5, 2010 Seattle, WA

November 12, 2009 Seattle, WA April 23, 2009 Royal City, WA

April 20, 2009 Seattle WA

on their independent research projects (oral presentations and their data)* St. Paul Middle School: *Spoke to Middle school students about my research, lectured on Microbiology and helped them with a microbiology laboratory experiment University of Washington Bioscience Experience *Graduate student panel member. Spoke to underrepresented minority high school students about graduate school* UW Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans (SACNAS) Chapter: *Helped start a SACNAS student chapter at the UW. The mission of SACNAS is to help increase the numbers of underrepresented minorities in the sciences. Position: SACNAS Student Chapter Treasurer (Fall 2007-Summer 2008) Position: SACNAS Student Chapter Vice-President (Fall 2008-Summer 2009) Position: SACNAS Student Chapter President (Fall 2009-Summer 2010) UCLA Minority Summer Research Program: *Graduate Student Panelist: Spoke to undergraduate students about my graduate school experience* 50th Annual Washington Science and Engineering Fair: *Science Fair Judge for Middle and High School Students* Women In Science & Engineering (WISE) Conference at the University of Washington: *“Ph.D. Means Opportunity” Grad student panelist* Undergraduate Research Symposium: *Grad student panelist* Jan 8, 2009 Seattle, WA July 14, 2008 University of Washington Jan 2007-present University of Washington

July 2007 UCLA Mar 30th, 2007 Olympic College: Bremerton, WA. Feb 3rd, 2007 University of Washington Nov 7th, 2006 University of Washington: Sea/Tac Marriot Hotel Oct 16th, 2006 University of Washington

Esperanza en Educacion (Hope in Education) event: *Spoke as a University of Washington grad student panelist to High School underrepresented minority students* UCLA Minority Access to Research Careers Service Award: *received award for mentoring and teaching students from different ages and backgrounds about the importance of science* Research Talk at Elizabeth Middle School: *Gave a research presentation to a Latino 8th grade science class UCLA APP Scholars Day: *Spoke and gave lab/science tours to incoming minority freshman. Answered any questions they had about the school, science, research and college life.* Raza Woman’s Conference: *Student panelist in a Workshop titled, “Beyond the College Degree: Mujeres Demystifying the Graduate School Experience” Program for Excellence in Education and Research in the Sciences (PEERS) Research Fair: *Student panelist promoting careers in science*

June 2006 UCLA May 2006 Elizabeth Middle School: Bell, CA. April 8th, 2006 UCLA Mar 4th, 2006 UCLA Jan 31st, 2006 UCLA

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