Personnel: Pagel



Matthew D. Pagel (Matt)

Position: Staff Research Associate

Campus Address

1332 Academic Surge
Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology
Davis, CA 95616

Phone: 530-752-1156 (Office)

Email: spam free email link to Matt


Graduate School
Graduate school-level training at Penn State: Depts. of Biochemistry, Microbiology, and Molecular Biology (BMMB) and Astrobiology
Undergraduate Degree
B.S. University of Wisconsin — Madison. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). 2002
Major degree programs
  • Computer Science
  • Genetics

Research Interests

Biotelemetry. Database optimization. Web development for databases. Attending to atrocious amounts of assonance and alliteration at any and all apparent adventitious availabilities. Genomics. Microbiomes. Light spectra (UV - Vis - nIR) and perception. Open Source Software. (c.f. Vue to CFTC, File-Download (perl), readseq, Multi SeqDoC)

Presentations and Publications

Presentations on behalf of the Biotelemetry Lab
Pagel MD, Thomas MJ, Klimley AP. “Real-time monitoring of acoustically tagged fishes in the Sacramento-San Joaquin watershed.” Annual Meeting of North Atlantic Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society. (NASPS) 2015. Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
Biotelemetry Lab Publications
Klimley AP, Battleson RD, Pagel MD, Thomas MJ. “Real-time nodes provide timely information about the migration of acoustically tagged fishes.” submitted to Fisheries
Thomas MJ, Pagel MD, Chapman ED, Klimley AP. “'Portfolio effect' in the spatial ecology of juvenile green sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris) in the San Francisco Estuary.” in prep
Other Peer-Reviewed Publications
Chiu PL, Pagel MD, Evans J, Chou HT, Zeng X, Gipson B, Stahlberg H, Nimigean CM. “The structure of the prokaryotic cyclic nucleotide-modulated potassium channel MloK1 at 16Å resolution.” Structure 2007 September 11; 15:1053-1064
Nimigean CM, Pagel MD. “Ligand Binding and Activation in a Prokaryotic Cyclic Nucleotide-Modulated Channel.” J Mol Biol. 2007 August 31;371(5):1325-37. Epub 2007 June 15. PMID: 17619023
Makielski JC, Ye B, Valdivia CR, Pagel MD, Pu J, Tester DJ, Ackerman MJ. “A ubiquitous splice variant and a common polymorphism affect heterologous expression of recombinant human SCN5A heart sodium channels.” Circulation Research 2003 October 31;93(9):821-8. Epub 2003 September 18. PMID: 14500339
Open-Source Publications
Pagel MD. “readSeq v2.02: Maintain compatibility for BioEdit's import-from-clipboard function in a 64 bit environment.” packaged in Hall, TA. "BioEdit: a user-friendly biological sequence alignment editor and analysis program for Windows." in Nucleic Acids Symposium Series, 1999; 41: 95-98 (v7.2.5: 2013 December 11); Epub as stand-alone Google Code 2012 June 5

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