Meghan McCabe Pryor

 

Education

PhD Chemical Engineering, University of New Mexico 2014
BChE Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware 2010
BS Quantitative Biology, University of Delaware 2010

Honors

Integrating Nanotechnology with Cell Biology and Neuroscience IGERT Fellow, 2011-2013
New Mexico Consortium Travel Grant for 5th Annual q-bio Summer School, 2011
Chemical Engineering Industrial Sponsor Undergraduate Research Award, 2010

Research Interests

My current research is focused on building a multi-scale model to investigate the development and progression of breast cancer metastasis.

Publications

McCabe Pryor M, Steinkamp MP, Halasz AM, Chen Y, Yang S, Smith MS, Zahoransky-Kohalmi G, Swift M, Xu XP, Hanien D, et al. Orchestration of ErbB3 signaling through hetero and homo-interactions. Mol Biol Cell September 2015

McCabe Pryor, M., Low-Nam, S., Halasz, A., Lidke, D., Wilson, B., and Edwards, J. “Dynamic transition states of ErbB1 phosphorylation predicted by spatial-stochastic modeling” Biophysical Journal September 2013.

 Halasz, A., Lai, H.-J., McCabe Pryor, M., Radhakrishnan, K., and Edwards, J. “Analytical Solution of Steady State Equations for Chemical Reaction Networks with Bilinear Rate Laws” IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics May 2013

 Radhakrishnan, K., Halasz, A., McCabe, M., Edwards, J., and Wilson, B. “Mathematical Simulation of Membrane Protein Clustering for Efficient Signal Transduction”. Ann Biomed Eng November 2012.

St. Amand, M., Millili, P., McCabe, M., and Ogunnaike, B. “Strategic vision for integrated PAT and advanced control in biologics manufacturing” In Cenk Undey, Duncan Low, Mel Koch, Jose Menezes (ed) Process Analytical Technology applied in Biopharmaceutical Process Development and Manufacturing. Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, of Boca Raton, Florida.December 2011.

Home town

Fredon, New Jersey

Website

www.MeghanPryor.com