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- BS Loyola Marymount University
- PhD Microbiology/Immunology, University of California, Berkeley
Published Reviewed Abstracts:
(Note: My name as it appears last in the author list was done to provide CSU graduate and undergraduate students, who worked under my direction, with the opportunities and responsibilities that come with first authorship)
Lymphocyte Infiltration into Sponge Allografts. EMSA/MAS Annual Meeting in San Jose, California, 1991. Suresh, A., Smith, N., Martinez, O. and Nieto, M.
Lymphocyte Infiltration within a Sponge Allograft. Presented at the Annual California State University Electron Microscopy Colloquium in Long Beach, California, 1991. Suresh, A., Smith, N., Martinez, O. and Nieto, M.
Preliminary Identification of a Beta-2 Microglobulin Associated Protein on the Surface of BB-111 Fish Cells. Presented at The Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science Annual Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1993. Contreras, B., Dixon, B. and Nieto, M.
Preliminary Identification of a Beta-2 Microglobulin Associated Protein on the Surface of BB-111 Fish Cells. Presented at The World Aquacultural Society Meeting in Barcelona, Spain, 1993. Contreras, B., Dixon, B. and Nieto, M.
Null B2m Expression in a Breast Cancer Cell Line. Presented
at the National Minority Research Symposium in Miami, Florida, 1996. Santos, M., Rodriguez, R., Curr, K., Wong, S., Schultz-Witherell, C. and Nieto, M.
Effect of B2m Mutations on Class I Structure. Accepted for
presentation at the National Minority Research Symposium in
New Orleans, Louisiana, 1997. Rodriguez, R., Schultz, C. and
Impact of a B2m Mutation on Epitope Expression. Presented at the National Minority Research Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona, 1999. Nguyen, T., Ahmed, A., Dimaano, C., Abel, E. and Nieto, M.
Impact of a B2m Mutation on Epitope Expression. Presented at
The CSU Biotechnology Symposium in Pomona, California, 2000.
Nguyen, T., Ahmed, A., Dimaano, C., Abel, E. and Nieto, M.
Scientific Journal Publications:
(Note: My name when it appears last in the author list was done to provide CSU graduate and undergraduate students, who worked under my direction, with the opportunities and responsibilities that come with first authorship)
The Association of H-2Ld with Human Beta-2 Microglobulin Induces Localized Conformational Changes in the Alpha-1 and 2 Superdomain. Nieto, M., McKinney, D., McMillan, M. and Goodenow, R. Immunogenetics 30: 361-364, 1989.
Overlapping Palindromic Sequences Associated with Somatic Deletion and Meiotic Recombination of MHC Class I Genes.
Vogel, J., Nieto, M., Fischer, A. and Goodenow, R. Molecular Immunology 27: 875-886, 1990.
Alteration Within a Discrete Region of the H-2Ld Alpha-1 Helix Upon Association with Human Beta-2 Microglobulin. Smith, M., Basora, T., Kieran, J. and Nieto, M. Immunology and Cell Biology 71: 1450149, 1993.
A Demonstration of B2m Specific Association with the Surface of Teleostean Cells. Kunich, J., Contreras, B., Recktenwald, D. and Nieto, M. Developmental and Comparative Immunology 18: 483-494, 1994.
Effect of B2m Mutations on the Alpha-1 Helical Region of
H2-Ld. Schultz, C., Rodriguez, R., Dimaano, C., Chew, E., Li, F.M. and Nieto, M. Immunogenetics 48: 273-282, 1998.
A Point Mutation in Beta-2 Microglobulin Results in Loss of
Epitope Expression. Dimaano, C., Nguyen, T., Ahmed, A., Abel, E., Schultz, C. and Nieto, M. Tissue Antigens, 56:473-475, 2000.
Popular Press Publications:
Marriage and Biology: Defining a Man and Woman is Harder than
You Might Think. Nieto, M. East Bay Express, 30 (47):7, 2008.
Anatomy is Destiny, Except Sometimes. Nieto, M. The Gay and Lesbian Review, 15(6):22-23, 2008.
Desert Angels – A Work of Fiction. Nieto, M. Floricanto Press, Expected Publication Release Spring, 2012.
1994-2010 National Institutes of Health - Minority Biomedical Research Support (MBRS) Programs
(total awards; >$12,000,000)
1993-2000 National Institutes of Health - Minority Biomedical Research Support (MBRS) Program
(total awards; >$600,000)
1994-1997 NSF Grant; Minority in Research Institutions (MRI)
(total award; >$250,000)
1999-present Professor of Biological Sciences at California State University, East Bay (formerly Calif. State Univ., Hayward)
1994-1999 Associate Professor of Biological Sciences at California State University, Hayward
1989-1993 Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences at California State University, Hayward
1984-1989 Doctoral student in the Department of Microbiology/Immunology at University of California at Berkeley; Thesis Advisor - Dr. Robert Goodenow
1989-present Lecture and laboratory instructor for graduate and undergraduate (major and non-Major) level courses.
Graduate Courses Taught:
Immunochemistry (lecture and laboratory)
Graduate Seminar in Molecular Biology
Graduate Seminar in Special Topic (HIV)
Biology Major Undergraduate Courses Taught:
Cell and Molecular Biology (lecture and laboratory)
Immunology (lecture and laboratory)
Biology Information Seminar
Biology Non-Major Courses Taught:
Introduction to Biology (lecture and laboratory)
Genes and Heredity
Humans and Sex
1999-present Provide an annual seminar course on the “Biology of Cancer” to graduate level student participants of the Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research (MTPCCR); University of California, San Francisco.
1993-2003 Instructor for the NIH (National Institutes of Health) sponsored Bridges to Baccalaureate Degree Program.
Instruction involved designing and implementing a lecture and laboratory course on Protein Chemistry Techniques for
community college students on the CSUH campus. The course met 8 hours each day during a 1-week period.
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