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  • Vu, J. and J. Carvalho. Forthcoming. Citrate Utilization Test Can Distinguish Strains And Clinical Isolates Of Enterococcus faecalis From Enterococcus faecium. Forthcoming.

  • Quiloan, M.L., J. Vu and J. Carvalho. 2012. Enterococcus faecalis can be distinguished from Enterococcus faecium via differential susceptibility to antibiotics and growth and fermentation characteristics on mannitol salt agar. Frontiers in Biology 7: 167-177.

  • Carvalho, J., J. Vu and J. Carvalho. 2011. Enterococcus: Review of its Physiology, Pathogenesis, Diseases and the Challenges it Poses for Clinical Microbiology. Frontiers in Biology 6: 357-366.

  • Carvalho, J. 2011. Importance of Clinical Microbiologists for U.S. Healthcare Infrastructure. Journal of Clinical Laboratory Science 24: 136-150.

  • Carvalho, J. 2009. Our Common Enemy: Combatting the World’s Deadliest Viruses to Ensure Equity Healthcare in Developing Nations. Zygon 44: 141-154.

  • Carvalho, J. 2007. The Scientist as Statesman: Biologists and Third World Health. Zygon 42: 289-300.

  • Carvalho, J., M. Arnold and M. Nibert. 2007. Silencing and complementation of reovirus core protein mu2: functional correlations with mu2-microtubule association and differences between virus- and plasmid-derived mu2. Virology: 301-16.

  • Carvalho, John, Michelle M Arnold and Max L Nibert. 2006. siRNA Silencing of Reovirus M1 mRNA/μ2 Protein Reveals Strain Differences in Associated Replication Defects and Complementation. Presented at American Society for Virology Conference, 2006, in Madison, WI.

  • Carvalho, J. 2006. Overview of the Structure of a Scientific Worldview. Zygon 41: 113-124.

  • Carvalho, John, Jonghwa Kim and Max L Nibert. 2004. Reovirus mu2 Protein Possesses Classical Nuclear Import/Export Signal Sequences and Shuttles Between Nucleus and Cytoplasm in Infected Cells. Presented at American Society for Virology Conference, 2004, in Montreal, Canada.

  • Carvalho, J. 2004. Regulation of the GATA-Type Transcription Factor Gln3p by the Target of Rapamycin Protein (TOR). UMI Dissertation Publications.

  • Carvalho, J. and X. Zheng. 2003. Domains of Gln3p interacting with karyopherins, Ure2p, and the target of rapamycin protein. The Journal of biological chemistry: 16878-86.

  • Bertram, P.G., J. Choi, J. Carvalho, T. Chan, W. Ai and X.S. Zheng. 2002. Convergence of Snf1-Glucose and TOR-Nitrogen Signaling Pathways Onto Gln3p. Molecular and Cellular Biology 22: 1246-1252.

  • Choi, J., P. Bertram, R. Drenan, J. Carvalho, H. Zhou and X. Zheng. 2002. The FKBP12-rapamycin-associated protein (FRAP) is a CLIP-170 kinase. EMBO reports: 988-94.

  • Carvalho, J. and P.G. Bertram. 2001. On the Mechanism of Regulated Nucleocytoplasmic Transport of Gln3. Yeast 18: S176.

  • Carvalho, J., P.G. Bertram, S.R. Wente and X.S. Zheng. 2001. Phosphorylation Regulates the Interaction Between Gln3p and the Nuclear Import Factor Srp1p. Journal of Biological Chemistry 278: 16878-16886.

  • Chan, T., J. Carvalho, L. Riles and X.S. Zheng. 2000. A Chemical Genomics Approach Toward Understanding the Global Functions of the Target of Rapamycin Protein (TOR). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 97: 13227-13232.

  • Bertram, P.G., J. Choi, J. Carvalho, W. Ai, C. Zeng and X.S. Zheng. 2000. Tripartite Regulation of Gln3p By TOR, Ure2p and Phosphatases. Journal of Biological Chemistry 275: 35727-35733.

  • Carvalho, J. 1994. Genetic Analysis of the Ciguatera-Related Dinoflagellate Gambierdiscus toxicus. Fort Johnson research Review 6: 2-28.

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  • The Faculty Legacy Fund 2012

  • The Faculty Legacy Fund 2011

  • Sally Casanova Memorial RSCAAP

  • Sally Casanova Memorial RSCAAP

  • Sally Casanova Memorial RSCAAP

  • United States National Research Service Award

  • NRSA Infectious Diseases and Basic Biological Mechanisms Training

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Positions & Honors

  • 2012 – The Faculty 5 Year Service Award, California State University Dominguez Hills (Honor/Position)

  • 2006 – XXV Annual ASV Postdoctoral Travel Award, American Society of Virology ((Fellowship))

  • 2004 – XXIII Annual ASV Postdoctoral Travel Award, American Society of Virology ((Fellowship))

  • 1995 – Summer Biological Research Fellowship, College of Charleston (Fellowship)

  • 1994 – Award for Research Excellence in Biomedicine, Medical University of South Carolina ((Honor/Fellowship))

  • 1994 – Summer medical Scientist and Research Training Program Award, Bayolor College of Medicine (Fellowship)

  • 1992 – The John B. O'hara Chemical Sciences Award, John B. O'hara Chemical Sciences Program (Fellowship)

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