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Mark Cannon

Professor
Faculty of Sciences

McKay Classroom Building Room 138D

Currently Teaching:
CHEM 106-01 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (MWF) 10:00AM - 10:50AM
CHEM 106-02 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (MWF) 12:00PM - 12:50PM
CHEM 106L GENERAL CHEMISTRY II LAB (TU) 8:00AM - 10:50AM
CHEM 468 PHYSICAL BIOCHEMISTRY (TTH) 12:00PM - 1:15PM
CHEM 496R STUDENT RESEARCH

Research Interests:
Redox control of enzyme active sites. Engineering of fluorescent protein-based biosensors. SO2 gas detection in solution.

Professional Development:

  • 2010 – Present Associate Professor, Biochemistry and Physical Sciences Department, Brigham Young University-Hawaii
  • 2005 – 2010 Assistant Professor, Biochemistry and Physical Sciences Department, Brigham Young University-Hawaii
  • 2000 – 2005 Ph.D., Biochemistry, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
  • 1996 – 2000 B.S., Chemistry, Utah State University, Logan, Utah

Research Group:

Current members:

Concordia Lo
Jason Oswald


Past members:

Abel Narayan
Ben Toone
Carlton Taylor
Chuan-hsi David Hung
Hiroko Kobayashi
Kelera Lutumaiwasa
Kimberly Bushnell
Marty Trockel
Megan Campbell
Michael Voorhees
Takuma Aoba
Tanielle Bench
Tupou Havea

Publications

  • Cannon, M.B., Remington, S.J. (2008) Redox-sensitive green fluorescent protein: probes for dynamic intracellular redox responses, A Review. In Redox-Mediated Signal Transduction (Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol 476) Hancock, J.T., Editor; Springer (Humana Press): New York, 2008.
  • Cannon, M.B., Remington, S. J. (2006) Re-engineering redox-sensitive green fluorescent protein for improved response rate.Protein Sci. 15, 45–57.
  • Hanson, G. T., Aggeler, R., Oglesbee, D., Cannon, M, Capaldi, R. A., Tsien, R. Y., and Remington, S. J. (2004) Investigating mitochondrial redox potential with redox-sensitive green fluorescent protein indicators. J. Biol. Chem. 279, 13044–13053.