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Ary Clarke

Lecturer
Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Specialty area(s)

Biochemistry

Cell biology

Molecular biology

 

Brief biography

I started out my academic journey as a first-generation college student at Lorain County Community College in Ohio, then moved to the University of Rochester to complete my B.S. in Biochemistry. 

I came to Wisconsin in 2017 to start my doctoral training at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the Integrated Program in Biochemistry. At UW Madison, I joined the Audhya lab, where I studied a group of proteins known as the Endosomal Sorting Complex Required for Transport (ESCRT) machinery. ESCRT proteins play important roles in several cellular membrane remodeling processes such as nuclear envelope sealing, endolysosomal transport, and even cell division.

I am excited to join the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry here at UWL as a member of the teaching faculty.

Current courses at UWL

CHM 325: Fundamental Biochemistry

CHM 325L: Fundamental Biochemistry Lab

Education

Ph.D. Biochemistry (2022) - University of Wisconsin - Madison

B.S. Biochemistry (2017) - University of Rochester

A.A. Arts (2013) - Lorain County Community College

Career

Teaching history

CHM 325: Fundamental Biochemistry

CHM 325L: Fundamental Biochemistry Lab

CHM 103L: General Chemistry I Lab

Research and publishing

Clarke AL, Lettman ML, Audhya A. (2022) Lgd regulates ESCRT-III complex accumulation at multivesicular endosomes to control intralumenal vesicle formation. Molecular Biology of the Cell. https://doi.org/10.1091/mbc.E22-08-0342