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Mark Schena, Ph.D.Dr-Mark-Schena

PLACE AND DATE OF BIRTH: New York, USA - May 21, 1963

  • ADDRESS
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • EDUCATION
  • PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • EDITORIAL BOARDS
  • MEMBERSHIPS AND AWARDS
  • CONSULTING AND CORPORATE COLLABORATIONS
  • SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARDS
  • RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS (SELECT SINCE 1996)
  • MEDIA COVERAGE
  • TEXTBOOKS
  • BOOKS
  • SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
  • REFERENCES

ADDRESS
Mark Schena, Ph.D.
President
Arrayit Corporation (ARYC)
927 Thompson Place
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
USA

CONTACT INFORMATION
Office phone: (408) 744-1331
Cellular phone: (650) 248-8710
Car phone: (650) 248-8710
Office FAX: (408) 744-1711
Electronic Mail: mark@arrayit.com
Mark Schena Inc. e-mail: schena@pacbell.net
Web: http://arrayit.com/Company/Arrayit_President/arrayit_president.html

EDUCATION
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Biochemistry; Stanford University; Ronald W. Davis; 1999

Ph.D. in Biochemistry; California, San Francisco; Keith R. Yamamoto; 1990

B.A. in Biochemistry; California, Berkeley; Daniel E. Koshland, Jr.; 1984

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
President, Arrayit Corporation, Sunnyvale, California, USA; 2008-present

Visiting Scholar, Arrayit, Sunnyvale, California, USA; 1999-2008

President, Mark Schena Inc., Los Altos, California, USA; 1997-present

Postdoctoral Research Fellow with Dr. Ronald W. Davis, Department of Biochemistry, Beckman Center for Genetic and Molecular Medicine, Stanford University, Stanford, California; 1990-1999

Course Participant, Molecular and Developmental Biology of Plants, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York; 1989

NIH Predoctoral Trainee and Teaching Assistant, Department of Biochemistry, U.C. San Francisco, San Francisco, California; 1985-1990

Research Assistant, Advanced Genetics Research Institute, Biotechnology Company, Oakland, California; 1984-1985

Honors Research Student, Department of Biochemistry, U.C. Berkeley, Berkeley, California; 1982-1984

EDITORIAL BOARDS
Associate Editor, Current Genomics, Bentham Science Publishers B.V., The Netherlands; 1998-present

MEMBERSHIPS AND AWARDS
Princeton Global Network, Member, 2009-present
The Global Directory of Who’s Who, Lifetime Member, 2009-present
Strathmore’s Who’s Who, Lifetime Member, 2009-present
Princeton Premier, Business Leaders and Professionals, Lifetime Member, 2009-present
American Chemical Society, Member, 2004
National Science Foundation, Committee of Visitors, 2003
National Science Foundation, Committee of Visitors, 2003
National Institutes of Health, SBIR Study Section, 2001
Scleroderma Research Foundation, major donor, 2001-present
Chips to Hits, Advisory Committee, 1999-present
New York Academy of Sciences, 1992-present
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1990-present
Genetics Society of America, 1989-present
American Society of Plant Physiologists, 1990-1995
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Plant Biology, National Science Foundation, Washington, District of Columbia, 1990
Received Ph.D. Degree, Graduated First in Class, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, California, 1990
Received B.A. Degree, Graduated Greatest Achievement and Highest Academic Honors, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California; 1984
Phi Beta Kappa, 1984

CONSULTING AND CORPORATE COLLABORATIONS
Affymetrix, Santa Clara, California
AlphaGene, Inc., Woburn, Massachusetts
ArrayIt®, Sunnyvale, California
Biodot, Inc., Irvine, California
Cartesian Technologies, Inc., Durham, North Carolina
Clontech Laboratories, Inc., Palo Alto, California
Combion, Inc., Pasadena, California
diaDexus, Santa Clara, California
General Scanning Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts
Genomic Solutions Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
GSI Lumonics, Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts
Incyte Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Palo Alto, California
Irell and Manella LLP, Century City, California
Johnson & Johnson, La Jolla, California
Morrison & Foerster LLP, Palo Alto, California
Motorola, Inc., Schaumburg, Illinois
Packard Instrument Company, Meriden, Connecticut
Perkins Coie, Menlo Park, California
Roche Biosciences, Inc., Palo Alto, California
Synteni, Inc., Palo Alto, California
Technology Mentors, Inc., San Jose, California
Arrayit Corporation, Sunnyvale, California
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Palo Alto, California

SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARDS
Chairman, NGS-ArrayIt, Inc., Microarray-Based Genetic Screening and Diagnostics Company, Sunnyvale, California, USA; 2000-2007

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS (SELECT 1996-2003)
"Introduction to Microarray Analysis", Microarray Technology Workshop, EuroBiochips, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, United Kingdom; May 20, 2003

"The Promise of Microarrays: Genomics, Proteomics and Beyond", Session Chairman, PITTCON 2003, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, USA; March 12, 2003

"Introduction to Microarray Analysis", Research Presentation, Microarray Technology Workshop, International Plant & Animal Genome Conference, Town & Country Hotel, San Diego, California, USA; January 15, 2003

"Microarray Analysis in Food and Drug Safety Testing", Research Presentation, Center for Devices and Radiological Health, United States Food and Drug Administration, Rockville, Maryland, USA; November 22, 2002

"Introduction to Microarray Analysis", Course Organizer, Advanced Microarray Course, IBC’s Chips to Hits, Philadelphia Marriott, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; October 28, 2002

"Trends in Microarray Analysis", Research Presentation, BioArrays Europe, Chilford Hall, Cambridge, United Kingdom; September 30, 2002

"Microarray Analysis – Past, Present and Future", Research Presentation, Department of Immunology, Beijing University, Beijing, People’s Republic of China; September 23, 2002

"Microarray Approaches to Genetic Screening", Research Presentation, 2002 Taipei International Master Forum on Biotechnology, Taipei International Convention Center, Taipei, Taiwan; June 24, 2002

"State of the Art in Microarray Analysis", Research Presentation, Mini Symposium on Expression Profiling and Signaling Networks, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden; March 12, 2002

"Building a Microarray Technology Company", Research Presentation, BioBusiness Asia 2002, Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei, Taiwan; March 1, 2002

"Introduction to Microarray Technology", Microarray Technology Workshop, International Plant & Animal Genome Conference, Town & Country Hotel, San Diego, California, USA; January 15, 2002

“Emerging Technologies Session Chair, IBS USA’s 8th Annual International Microtechnology Event, Chips to Hits®, Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina, San Diego, California, USA; October 29, 2001

"Comprehensive Microarray Platform for Genetic Screening", 2nd Annual Ontario Microarray Network Technology Symposium, Professional Development Center, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; October 24, 2001

"Introduction to Microarray Technology", Workshop Presentation, DNA-chips and Microarrays: Technology and Applications, Victorian Microarray Technology Consortium, John Scott Meeting House, Plant Biotechnology Centre, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia; April 9, 2001

"Microarray Method for Newborn Screening", Research Presentation, Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders, Wyndham Miami Beach Resort, Miami Beach, Florida, USA; March 7, 2001

"Microarray Analysis is a Cleanroom Environment", Array Technology Workshop, Plant and Animal Genome Meeting, Town and Country Resort and Convention Center, San Diego, California, USA; January 17, 2001

"DNA Microarrays and Neonatal Screening", Session Chairperson, Chips to Hits, IBC USA 7th Annual Biochip Technologies Conference, Downtown Marriott, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; November 7, 2000

"DNA Microarrays and the Genomics Revolution", Keynote Presentation, 1st Annual Ontario Microarray Network Technology Symposium, Co-Sponsored by the Ontario Cancer Center, Professional Development Center, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; November 1, 2000

"Microarrays as Tools for Molecular Medicine", Keynote Presentation, Technology Workshop on DNA Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden; October 25, 2000

"Microarrays as Tools for Molecular Medicine", Keynote Presentation, Technology Workshop on DNA Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies, Sanger Center, Hinxton, United Kingdom; October 24, 2000

"History of Microarray Analysis and Current Applications", Keynote Speaker, DNA Nanotechnology Workshop, Blackburn Center, Howard University, Washington, District of Columbia, USA; October 20, 2000

"Historical Overview of Microarray Analysis and Current Applications", Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Molecular Biology, Seoul TEMF Hotel, Seoul, South Korea; October 13, 2000

"Introduction to DNA Microarrays", Research Presentation, Technology Workshop on DNA Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies, La Jolla Marriott, La Jolla, California, USA; October 10, 2000

"Introduction to DNA Microarrays", Research Presentation, Technology Workshop on DNA Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies, DoubleTree Guest Suites, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; September 19, 2000

"Introduction to DNA Microarrays", Genomic Seminar 2000, Sponsored by ShinWon Scientific, Ho-Am Faculty House, Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea; August 29, 2000

"DNA Microarrays", Research Presentation, Novum Lecture Series, Department of Medical Nutrition, Karolinska Institute, Huddinge, Sweden; August 21, 2000

"Introduction to Microarray Technology", Keynote Presentation, SmallTalk 2000, Sponsored by the Association for Laboratory Automation, The Hyatt Regency, San Diego, California, USA; July 8, 2000

"Digital Data Gathering with DNA Microarrays", Keynote Presentation, Beyond Genome 2000, Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Ninth Annual Bioinformatics and Genome Research Conference, The Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, California, USA; June 19, 2000

"Introduction to DNA Microarrays", Research Presentation, Microarray Technology Workshop Sponsored by Cartesian, GSI Lumonics and S&S, The Inn at Penn, Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; June 6, 2000

"Microarrays as Tools for Deciphering Genomes", Research Presentation, Sponsored by United Gene Scientific Technology Company Ltd. and BioDoor, LiRen Hall, Fudan University, Shanghai, China; May 19, 2000

"Microarrays as Tools for Deciphering Genomes", Research Presentation, Sponsored by United Gene Scientific Technology Company Ltd. and BioDoor, Changhai Building, Second Military Medical University, Shanghai, China; May 19, 2000

"Microarrays as Tools for Deciphering Genomes", Research Presentation, Technology Workshop on DNA Microarrays, Co-Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies and Gene Company, Cape Hope Hotel, Shanghai, China; May 18, 2000

"Deciphering Genomes with DNA Microarrays", Research Presentation, Sponsored by The Department of Pathology, University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottsville, Virginia, USA; May 12, 2000

"Overview of DNA Microarray Technologies", Research Presentation, DNA Microarray Technology Workshop 2000, Co-Sponsored by New Biotechnology Ltd, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel; April 10, 2000

"Introduction to Microarray Technology", Research Presentation, Technology Workshop on DNA Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies, Sheraton Hotel and Conference Centre, Frankfurt, Germany; April 6, 2000

"Microarray Madness: Putting Everything in the Bioscphere on Chips", Research Presentation, Combimatrix, South San Francisco, California, USA; April 4, 2000

"Microarray Technology", Research Presentation, Oncology 2000 - From Molecules to Management, Sponsored by the International Academy of Tumor Marker Oncology, Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of of Science and Technology, Royal Plaza Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong; March 23, 2000

"DNA Microarrays and the Genomics Revolution", Research Seminar, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA; February 17, 2000

"Functional Genomics Platform for the New Millenium", Research Presentation, 21st Lorne Genome Conference, Erskine House, Lorne, Victoria, Australia; February 13, 2000

"DNA Microarrays: Automated Analysis of Genomic Function", Research Presentation, LabAutomation Conference 2000, The Association for Laboratory Automation, Palm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs, California, USA; January 24, 2000

"DNA Microarray Technology Development", Research Presentation, Application of Genomic Technology to Bioremediation, United States Department of Enregy NABIR Workshop, Doubletree Hotel, Arlington, Virginia, USA; December 6, 1999

"Introduction to Microarray Technology", Keynote Presentation, International Microarray Users Forum, Sponsored by Genetix, Burley Manor Hotel, Burley, Hants, United Kingdom; November 16, 1999

"Microarray Technology: An Overview of the Field", Research Presentation, Technology Workshop on Genomic Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies, Atrium Hotel, Irvine, California, USA; November 10, 1999

"Microarray Technology: An Overview of the Field", Session Chairman, Chips to Hits 99', IBC Conferences, Claremont Resort & Spa, Berkeley, California, USA; November 2, 1999

"Microarrays Down Under: Current and Future Trends in the Application of DNA Microarray Technology", Research Presentation, Sponsored by the Menxies Foundation and the Centre for Molecular Medicine, Coles-Myer Auditorium, Epworth Hospital, Melbourne, Australia; October 19, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Biology and Technology", Keynote Address, Fall Retreat, Center for Gene Research and Technology, Oregon State University, Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport, Oregon, USA; October 1, 1999

"The Microarray Revolution: Genes and Genomes on Chips", Research Seminar, Plant Sciences Building, Department of Botany, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA; September 2, 1999

"Understanding and Using MICROMAX", cDNA Technology Workshop, Symposium on the State of cDNA Research, Sponsored by Japan Ministry of Education, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, HUGO Pacific, Kitasato University, Tokyo, Japan; August 13, 1999

"Microarrays of cDNAs as Tools for Exploring the Genome", Symposium on the State of cDNA Research, Sponsored by Japan Ministry of Education, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, HUGO Pacific, IMSUT Auditorium, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; August 12, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Overview of the Biology and Technology", Technology Workshop on Genomic Microarrays, Sponsored by Cartesian Technologies and GSI Lumonics, Crystal City Marriott, Arlington, Virginia, USA; June 15, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Human Genome Analysis on the Benchtop", Workshop on Genomic Microarray Technology, Sponsored by BM Equipment Company, Sasagawa Hall, Tokyo, Japan; June 9, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Towards a Complete Set of Chip Research Tools", HUGO Workshop, DNA Arrays - Methods and Applications, University Library, University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia; May 24, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Human Genome Analysis on the Benchtop", Gene Microarray Workshop, Cartesian and GSI Lumonics, Unimed Healthcare Inc. and Prisma, Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China; May 12, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Miniature Assays and Systems", Seminars on Techniques in DNA Microarrays, Cartesian and GSI Lumonics, Gene Company Limited, City Hall, Central, Hong Kong; May 10, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Miniature Assays and Systems", Seminars on Techniques in DNA Microarrays, Cartesian andGSI Lumonics, Gene Company Limited, Magnolia Hotel, Shanghai, People's Republic of China; May 7, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Miniature Assays and Systems", Seminars on Techniques in DNA Microarrays, Cartesian and GSI Lumonics, Gene Company Limited, The Academy of Military Medical Science, Beijing, People's Republic of China; May 5, 1999

"Genomic Analysis with Miniature Microarray Systems", Microarray Workshop, Cartesian and GSI Lumonics, Bio Medical Science Company Limited, Seoul, South Korea; May 3, 1999

"Genomic Analysis with Miniature Microarray Systems", The 2nd International Workshop on Advanced Genomics, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and HUGO Pacific, Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan; April 27, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Human Genome Analysis on the Benchtop", Workshop on Genomic Micro-Array Technology, Cartesian and GSI Lumonics, Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; April 19, 1999

"Genome Analysis with Miniature Microarray Systems", Technology Workshop on Genomic Arrays, Cartesian Technologies, Double Tree Guest Suites, San Jose, California, USA; February 10, 1999

"DNA Microarrays: Tools for Expression Analysis and Genotyping", HUGO Europe and European Science Foundation, Workshop on Human Gene Expression Mapping, Ministere de la Recherche, Paris, France; December 22, 1998

"Human Genome Data Mining with Microarrays", '98 Shanghai Science Forum, Shanghai Science Hall, The Shanghai Association for Science & Technology, Shanghai, People's Republic of China; November 19, 1998

"Mining the Human Genome with Microarrays", Technology Workshop on Genomic Array, BM Equipment Company, Sasakawa Hall, Tokyo, Japan; October 6, 1998

"Microarray Technology in Genome Research", Technology Workshop on Genomic Arrays, General Scanning, Double Tree Guest Suites, Boston, Massachusetts, USA; September 10, 1998

"Chips Ahoy: Microarray Technology in Pharmacogenomics", Pharmacogenomics: Commerical Developments & Practical Applications", Global Business Research, Park Hyatt Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; August 17, 1998

"Microarrays as Platforms for Functional Genomics", Genomics & Bioinformatics Mini-Symposium, Noble Research Center, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA; July 10, 1998

"The Human Genome Project", Monthly Meeting, Santa Clara Valley Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, California, USA; May 20, 1998

"Microarray Technology: Parallel Platforms for Functional Genomics", The First International Workshop on Advanced Genomics, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan; April 27, 1998

Meeting Chairperson, Emerging Biochip Technologies, Global Business Research, Westin St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, California, USA; March 19-20, 1998

"Chip-Based Expression Analysis: Linking Sequence and Function", Session Chairperson, Fifth Annual Human Genome Project Meeting, Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, California, USA; February 10, 1998

"Human Genome on a Chip: Microarray Assays and Fluorescence Detection", SPIE's BiOS 98', International Optics Symposium, San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, California, USA; January 27, 1998

"Chips and Patients: Microarray-Based Analysis of Human Physiology", Session Chairperson, IBC's Conference on Gene Therapy, Sheraton Grande Torrey Pines, La Jolla, California, USA; December 12, 1997

"Microarray-Based Genome Analysis: Linking Sequence and Function", Arabidopsis Genome: from Sequence to Function, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, USA; December 11, 1997

"Comprehensive Architecture for Human Disease Analysis", Session Chairperson, IBC's Conference on Genetic Profiling & Diagnostics, Wyndham Emerald Plaza Hotel, San Diego, California, USA; October 29, 1997

Meeting Chairperson, Global Business Research's Emerging Biochip Technologies Meeting, Loews Coronado Bay Resort, San Diego, California, USA; September 22, 1997

"Biochip Revolution: Parallel Expression Monitoring with DNA Microarrays", The Institute for Genome Research (TIGR), Ninth International Genome Sequencing and Analysis Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA; September 14, 1997

"Whole Genome Expression Monitoring with DNA Arrays", CLONTECH'S Third Annual Mini-Symposium, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, USA; August 24, 1997

"Biology on Chips: Parallel Analysis of Complex Systems", Departmental Seminar, Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; August 17, 1997

"Genome Expression Analysis", Departmental Seminar, INRA, Versailles, France; July 4, 1997

"Genome Expression Analysis", Research Seminar, The Institute for Genome Research (TIGR), Rockville, Maryland, USA; June 23, 1997

"Biology on Chips: Bringing Order to Chaos", Research Seminar, Chiron Corporation, Emeryville, California, USA; June 13, 1997

"Biology on Chips: Bringing Order to Chaos", Research Seminar, Tularik Inc., South San Francisco, California, USA; May 27, 1997

"Mammalian Genome Analysis with DNA Microarrays", Mammalian Genome Analysis Seminar Series, Holland Laboratory, American Red Cross, Rockville, Maryland, USA; April 30, 1997

"Biology on Chips: Bringing Order to Chaos", Research Seminar, CPRO, Wageningen, Netherlands; April 8, 1997

"Biology on Chips: Bringing Order to Chaos", Plant Sciences Departmental Seminar, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, USA; March 31, 1997

"Fungal Genome Analysis with Gene Expression Microarrays", Fungal Genome Workshop, Sponsored by the University of Georgia at Athens, Asilomar, California, USA; March 21, 1997

"Chip-Based Analysis of the Human Genome", Departmental Seminar, Department of Molecular Genetics, Max Planck Institute, Berlin, Germany; March 5, 1997

"Chip-Based Analysis of Plant Genomes", Departmental Seminar, Department of Plant Physiology, Max Planck Institute, Potsdam, Germany; March 4, 1997

"Towards Whole Genome Expression Monitoring", Human Genome Project Conference, Cambridge Healthtech Institute, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, California, USA; February 24, 1997

"Parallel Expression Analysis of the Human Genome", Departmental Seminar, Amgen Corporation, Thousand Oaks, California, USA; February 21, 1997

"DNA Microarray Analysis of Transcription Factor Function", Transcription Factors in Cancer Conference, American Association for Cancer Research, Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California, USA; January 20, 1997

"Chip-Based Gene Expression Monitoring", Research Seminar, Incyte Pharmaceuticals Inc., Palo Alto, California, USA; December 12, 1996

"Chip-Based Gene Expression Monitoring", Nordic Symposium on the Post-Genome Era, Helsinki, Finland; November 17,1996

"Microarray-Based Human Genome Expression Analysis", The Institute for Genome Research (TIGR), Eighth International Genome Sequencing and Analysis Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina; October 7, 1996

MEDIA COVERAGE
Bob “Sully” Sullivan and Russ T Nailz, The Big Biz Show™, Small Caps are People Too, Arrayit Corporation (ARYC) Company Interview, February 9, 2010.

Steven Davis, The Wall Street Transcript, Medical Research, Diagnostic Substances, Life Science Tools Report, Arrayit Corporation (ARYC) Company Interview, January 25, 2010.

Madeleine Armstrong, Senior Science Reporter, Clinica - World Medical Technology News, Informa Healthcare, “Arrayit hopes to thwart "silent killer" with first ovarian cancer blood test”, January 14, 2010.

Tony Fong, Senior Editor, ProteoMonitor, Genomeweb, “Arrayit Readies Ovarian Cancer Dx for FDA OK, Launches into Full Commercialization Mode”, January 11, 2010.

Barbara Alexander, Radio Host, Health Radio Network, KION-AM 1460, Salinas, CA, “Technological advances that will contribute to health care reform”, November 24, 2009.

Lloyd Dunlap, Contributing Editor, Drug Discovery News, The “father of microarrays” attacks Parkinson’s, May, Volume 5, p. 34, 2009.

Justin Petrone, Genome Technology, “Newly Public, Arrayit Sets Sights on Molecular Dx to Pick Up Where Research Left Off”, BioArray News, May 12, 2009.

Michael Eisenstein, Technology Editor, Nature, “Growing Pains”, Technology Feature, Protein Arrays, Nature 444, p. 959-962, December 14, 2006.

Aileen Constans, Associate Editor, The Scientist, “Protein Microarrays Mature”, Volume 18, p. 42-44, August 2, 2004.

Sam Jaffe, Associate Editor, The Scientist, “The Microarray Family Tree”, Volume 17, page 29, August 25, 2003.

Sam Jaffe, Associate Editor, The Scientist, “The First Array” In Foundations, Volume 17, page 18, August 25, 2003.

Mo Krochmal, Editor, BioArray News, The Global Weekly of Biochips & Microarrays, “Schena Debuts Microarray Textbook”, Vol. 2, Number 44, 6-7, 2002.

Betsey Arledge, Public Broadcasting System, NOVA Series, Two Hour Documentary, "Cracking the Code of Life", April 17, 2001.

Charles I.P. Fairweather, Biology Meets High Technology, "Biochips Signal a Critical Shift for Research and Medicine". The New York Times Business Section, pp. 1 and 22, December 21, 1999.

Doug Davolt, The Human Genome Project, IEEE Grid, p. 19, May, 1998.

Stephen S. Hall, Genome Dread, The New York Times Magazine, p. 12, January 18, 1998.

David Stipp, Gene Chip Breakthrough, Fortune Magazine, p. 56-73, March 31, 1997.

Nancy Nelson, Microarrays Pave the Way to 21st Century Medicine, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, p. 1803-1805, December 18, 1996.

Antonio Regalado, DNA-Chips In Genomics, Start-Up Magazine, p. 24-30, October 1, 1996.

TEXTBOOKS
Schena, M. Microarray Analysis. First Textbook on Microarray Analysis, 1st Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, pp. 648, 2003.

BOOKS
DNA Microarrays-Methods Express.  First microarray methods book on the latest applications of DNA microarrays including whole human genome microarrays, edited by Mark Schena, Scion Publishing Ltd., Bloxham, U.K, pp. 350, 2007.

Protein Microarrays. First comprehensive book on protein-based microarrays and proteomics, edited by Mark Schena, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc., Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA, pp. 469, 2004.

Microarray Biochip Technology. First concepts book on DNA microarrays, edited by Mark Schena, BioTechniques Book Division, Eaton Publishing, Natick, Massachusetts, USA, pp. 347, 2000.

DNA Microarrays: A Practical Approach.  First protocols book on DNA microarrays, edited by Mark Schena, Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 232, 1999.

SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
MAQC Consortium, Shi L, Reid LH, Jones WD, Shippy R, Warrington JA, Baker SC et al.  The MicroArray Quality Control (MAQC) project shows inter- and intraplatform reproducibility of gene expression measurements.  Nat Biotechnol. 9, 1151-1161, 2006.

Schena, M. and Greene, W.  COX-2 inhibitor toxicity: warning shot over pharma’s bow. Drug Discovery World, Spring Edition, 9-18, 2005.

Schena, M. Charting the Microarray Revolution. The Scientist, Volume 18, Issue 19, pp. 30-31, 2004.

Schena, M. Microarrays as toxin sensors.  The Pharmacogenomics Journal 3, 125-127, 2003.

Schena, M.  Better Drugs by Microarray.  Drug Discovery World, Winter Edition, 43-48, 2003.

Stears, R.L., Martinsky, T, and M. Schena.  Trends in Microarray Analysis.  Nature Medicine 9, 140-145, 2003.

Lou, J.L., Schena, M., Horrigan, F.T., Lawn, R.M., and R.W. Davis.  Expression monitoring using cDNA microarrays. A general protocol.  Methods in Molecular Biology 175:323-340, 2001.

Aharoni, A., L.C.P. Keizer, H.J. Bouwmeester, Z. Sun, M. Alvarez-Huerta, H.A. Verhoeven, J. Blaas, A.M. M. L. van Houwelingen, R.C.H. De Vos, H. van der Voet, R.C. Jansen, M. Guis, J. Mol, R.W. Davis, M. Schena, A.J. van Tunen and A.P. O, Connell. Identification of the SAAT Gene Involved in Strawberry Flavor Biogenesis by Using DNA Microarrays. Plant Cell 12, 647-662, 2000.

Schena, M. and R.W. Davis. Technology Standards for Microarray Research. In Microarray Biochip Technology pp. 1-18 (ed. M. Schena), BioTechniques Books Division, Eaton Publishing, Natick, Massachusetts, 2000.

Winzeler, E., Schena, M. and R.W. Davis. Fluorescence-Based Expression Monitoring Using Microarrays. Methods in Enzymology 306, 3-18, 1999.

Schena, M. and R.W. Davis. Genes, Genomes and Chips. in DNA Microarrays: A Practical Approach pp. 1-16 (ed. M. Schena), Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, 1999.

Schena, M. and R.W. Davis. Parallel Analysis with Biological Chips. in PCR Applications:  Protocols for Functional Genomics.  pp. 445-456 (eds. M.A. Innis, D.H. Gelfand, J.J. Sninsky), Academic Press, San Diego, 1999.

Lemieux, B., Aharoni, A., and M. Schena. Overview of DNA Chip Technology. Molecular Breeding 4, 277-289, 1998.

Schena, M., Heller, R.A., Theriault, T.P., Konrad, K., Lachenmeier, E., and R.W. Davis. Microarrays: biotechnology's discovery platform for functional genomics. Trends in Biotechnology 16, 301-306, 1998.

Heller, R.A., Schena, M., Chai, A., Shalon, D., Bedilion, T., Gilmore, J., Woolley, D.E., and R.W. Davis. Discovery and analysis of inflammatory disease-related genes using cDNA microarrays. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 94, 2150-2155, 1997.

Schena, M., Shalon, D., Heller, R., Chai, A., Brown, P.O., and R.W. Davis. Parallel Human Genome Analysis: Microarray-Based Expression Monitoring of 1,000 Genes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 93, 10614-10619, 1996.

Schena, M. Genome analysis with gene expression microarrays. BioEssays 18, 427-431, 1996.

Schena, M., Shalon, D., Davis, R.W. and P.O. Brown. Quantitative monitoring of gene expression patterns with a complementary DNA microarray. Science 270, 467-470, 1995.

Lloyd, A.M., Schena, M., Walbot, V., and R.W. Davis. Epidermal cell fate determination in Arabidopsis: Patterns defined by a steroid-inducible regulator. Science 266, 436-439, 1994.

Schena, M. and R.W. Davis. Structure of homeobox-leucine zipper genes suggests a model for the evolution of gene families. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 91, 8393-8397, 1994.

Schena, M., Lloyd, A.M., and R.W. Davis. The HAT4 gene of Arabidopsis encodes a developmental regulator. Genes and Development 7, 367-379, 1993.

Schena, M. and R.W. Davis. HD-Zip proteins: Members of an Arabidopsis homeodomain protein superfamily. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 89, 3894-3898, 1992.

Schena, M., Lloyd, A.M., and R.W. Davis. A steroid-inducible gene expression system for plant cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 88, 10421-10425, 1991.

Schena, M., Picard, D., and K.R. Yamamoto. New vectors for constitutive and inducible gene expression in yeast. Guide to Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology, Methods in Enzymology 194, 389-398, 1991.

Garabedian, M.J., Picard, D., Schena, M., and K.R. Yamamoto. Signal transduction by the glucocorticoid receptor. Journal of Cellular Biochemistry, UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology, Supplement 14F, 32, 1990.

Picard, D., Schena, M., and K.R. Yamamoto. An inducible expression vector for both fission and budding yeasts. Gene 86, 257-261, 1990.

Schena, M. The evolutionary conservation of eukaryotic gene transcription. Experientia 45, 972-983, 1989.

Schena, M., Freedman, L.P., and K.R. Yamamoto. Mutations in the glucocorticoid receptor zinc finger region that distinguish interdigitated DNA binding and transcriptional enhancement activities. Genes and Development 3, 1590-1601, 1989.

Schena, M. High-efficiency oligonucleotide-directed mutagenesis using sequenase. Comments 15 (2), 23, 1988.

Schena, M. and K.R. Yamamoto. Mammalian glucocorticoid receptor derivatives enhance transcription in yeast. Science 241, 965-967, 1988.

Meisfeld, R., Sakai, D., Inoue, I., Schena, M., Godowski, P.J., and K.R. Yamamoto. Glucocorticoid receptor sequences that confer positive and negative transcriptional regulation. Steroid Hormone Action 193-200, 1988.

Walsh, K., Schena, M., Flint, A.J., and D.E. Koshland. Compensatory regulation in metabolic pathways- responses to increases and decreases in citrate synthase levels. Biochemistry Society Symposia 54, 183-195, 1987.

ACADEMIC REFERENCES
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FAX: (650) 812-1975
Electronic Mail: dbowe@sequence.stanford.edu

H. Craig Heller, Ph.D.
Associate Dean of Research
Office of the Dean of Research-Building One
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-2065
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Keith R. Yamamoto, Ph.D.
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