Sheps King-McAlpin, M6G

abdulqaadir-king-mcalpin@uiowa.edu

 

MSTP Learning Community:  Flocks

MSTP Entry Date:  June 12, 2013

PhD Program:

Molecular Medicine

Mentor:

Matthew Potthoff, PhD


Exploring FGF21's Mechanism of Acute Insulin Sensitization

Thesis Defense:  December 14, 2021


Committees:

2012-present - Student National Medical Association

2018-2020 - Association of Multicultural Sciences Co-President

2018-2019 - MSTP RAGBRAI Planning Team

2017-2020 - MSTP Medley & Social Events Committee

2017-2018 - APSA Midwest Regional Meeting Planning Committee

2019-2020 - MSTP RAGBRAI Planning Team

Awards:

2017-2022 NIH Diversity Supplement

2018 - Graduate College Underrepresentative Minory Pre-Comprehensive Mentored Summer Research Fellowship

2019 - Molecular Medicine Oral Presentation Award

Teaching:

Fall 2019 – TA for MOHDIV Lab (Microbiology)

Education:

2013 - BS, Biology - Morehouse College

Publications:

ORCiD:  0000-0002-0045-207X

Gansemer ER, McCommis KS, Martino M, King-McAlpin AQ, Potthoff MJ, Finck BN, Taylor EB, Rutkowski DT. NADPH and Glutathione Redox Link TCA Cycle Activity to Endoplasmic Reticulum Homeostasis. iScience. 2020 May 22;23(5):101116. doi: 10.1016/j.isci.2020.101116. Epub 2020 Apr 29. PubMed PMID: 32417402; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC7254477.

Markan KR, Boland LK, King-McAlpin AQ, Claflin KE, Leaman MP, Kemerling MK, Stonewall MM, Amendt BA, Ankrum JA, Potthoff MJ. Corrigendum to "Adipose TBX1 regulates β-adrenergic sensitivity in subcutaneous adipose tissue and thermogenic capacity in vivo" [Molecular Metabolism 36 (2020) 100965]. Mol Metab. 2021 Feb;44:101148. doi: 10.1016/j.molmet.2020.101148. Epub 2020 Dec 25. PubMed PMID: 33358927; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC7785946.

Gansemer ER, McCommis KS, Martino M, King-McAlpin AQ, Potthoff MJ, Finck BN, Taylor EB, Rutkowski DT. Erratum: NADPH and Glutathione Redox Link TCA Cycle Activity to Endoplasmic Reticulum Homeostasis. iScience. 2022 Dec 5;25(12):105716. doi: 10.1016/j.isci.2022.105716. Erratum for: iScience. 2020 May 22;23(5):101116. PMID: 36505922; PMCID: PMC9732365.