BG Paul, H Ding, SC Bagby, MY Kellermann, MC Redmond, GL Andersen, and DL Valentine. (2017). "Methane-oxidizing bacteria shunt carbon to microbial mats at a marine hydrocarbon seep." Front Microbiol 8:186. DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00186.
- PhD in Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009
- HHMI Pre-doctoral Fellow
- BA(Hons) in Physiological sciences, Oxford University, 2002
- Marshall Scholar
- BS in Biological chemistry, BA in Chemistry, BA in Philosophy, University of Chicago, 2000
- 2009-2016: Postdoctoral research
- UCSB Department of Earth Science, Marine Science Institute
- Advisor: David L. Valentine
- 2002-2009: Graduate research
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Biology
- Advisors: Sallie W. Chisholm, David P. Bartel
- 2001-2002: Undergraduate research
- Oxford University Department of Biochemistry
- Advisor: James McDonnell
- 1998-2000: Undergraduate research
- University of Chicago Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
- Advisor: Phoebe A. Rice
- Lead scientist for ROV Jason lowerings J2-735 and J2-736, SEEPS2013 cruise (R/V Atlantis Leg 26-06, September-October 2013)
- Science crew, UNOLS Chief Scientist Training Cruise (R/V New Horizon Leg NH1212, November 2012)
- Lead scientist for ROV Jason lowerings J2-599 and J2-600, SEEPS2011 cruise (R/V Atlantis Leg 18-11, September 2011)
- Junior scientist for DSV Alvin dive 4542 (depth 3470 m), SEEPS2009 cruise (R/V Atlantis Leg 15-53, September 2009)
- Science crew, Hawaii Ocean Time-Series cruise 186 (R/V Kilo Moana Leg KM0627, October 2006)
SC Bagby, CM Reddy, C Aeppli, GB Fisher, and DL Valentine. (2016). "Persistence and biodegradation of oil at the ocean floor following Deepwater Horizon." PNAS 114(1):E9. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1610110114.
SE Hampton, SS Anderson, SC Bagby, C Gries, X Han, EM Hart, MB Jones, WC Lenhardt, A MacDonald, WK Michener, J Mudge, A Pourmokhtarian, M Schildhauer, KH Woo, and N Zimmerman (2014). "The Tao of open science for ecology." Ecosphere 6:art120. DOI: 10.1890/ ES14-00402.1.
SC Bagby and SW Chisholm. (2015). "Response of Prochlorococcus to varying CO2:O2 ratios." ISME J 9(10):2232.
BG Paul, SC Bagby, E Czornyj, D Arambula, S Handa, A Sczyrba, P Ghosh, JF Miller, and DL Valentine (2015). "Targeted diversity generation by intraterrestrial archaea and archaeal viruses." Nature Comm 6:6585. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7585.
DL Valentine, GB Fisher, SC Bagby, RK Nelson, CM Reddy, SP Sylva, and MA Woo (2014). "A fallout plume of submerged oil from Deepwater Horizon." PNAS 111:15906.
MD Holdom, AM Davies, JE Nettleship, SC Bagby, B Dhaliwal, E Girardi, J Hunt, HJ Gould, AJ Beavil, JM McDonnell, RJ Owens, and BJ Sutton (2011). "Conformational changes in IgE contribute to its uniquely slow dissociation rate from receptor FcεRI." Nature Struct Mol Biol 18:571.
DL Valentine, CM Reddy, C Farwell, TM Hill, O Pizarro, DR Yoerger, R Camilli, RK Nelson, E Peacock, SC Bagby, BA Clark, CN Roman, and M Soloway. (2010). "Asphalt volcanoes as a potential source of methane to late Pleistocene coastal waters." Nature Geosci 3:345.
A class I ligase ribozyme with reduced Mg2+ dependence: selection, sequence analysis, and tertiary-structure mapping
SC Bagby,1 NH Bergman,1 DM Shechner, C Yen, and DP Bartel (2009). "A class I ligase ribozyme with reduced Mg2+ dependence: selection, sequence analysis, and tertiary-structure mapping." RNA 15:2129. (1joint first authors)
DM Shechner, SC Bagby, R Grant, Y Koldobskaya, J Piccirilli, and DP Bartel (2009). "Crystal structure of the catalytic core of an RNA-polymerase ribozyme." Science 326:1271.
Identification and structural analysis of a novel carboxysome shell protein with implications for metabolite transport
M Klein, P Zwart, SC Bagby, F Cai, SW Chisholm, S Heinhorst, G Cannon, and CA Kerfeld (2009). "Identification and structural analysis of a novel carboxysome shell protein with implications for metabolite transport." J Mol Biol 392(2):319.
TD Dammeyer, SC Bagby, MB Sullivan, SW Chisholm, and N Frankenbert-Dinkel. (2008). "Efficient phage-mediated pigment biosynthesis in oceanic cyanobacteria." Curr Biol 18(6):442.