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CURRICULUM VITAE
Holly Howard Hobart, Ph. D.
January 2006
Address:
University of Nevada School of Medicine
Molecular Cytogenetics Laboratory
1707 W. Charleston, Suite 110 B
Las Vegas, NV 89102
Phone:
FAX:
Email:
(702) 671-5055
(702) 671-0193
[email protected]
EDUCATION
1991 – 1993
Indiana University Medical School, Indianapolis, Indiana
Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Human Cytogenetics
Concentration: Molecular Cytogenetics
August 1991
University of Arizona, Ph.D., Tucson, Arizona
Concentration: Cytogenetics, Genetics, Ornithology
and Evolutionary Biology
1984
University of Arizona, M.S., Tucson, Arizona,
Program: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
1971 – 1981
Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Science
Master’s Program
Project: Feeding Ecology of Roseate Spoonbills
1970
Rice University, B.A., Houston, Texas
Major: Economics
BOARD CERTIFICATION
2003, 2005
1993
8 March 2016
Renewal of American Board of Medical Genetics
Certification
Diplomate, American Board of Medical Genetics
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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1 April 2001 - Present
Research Associate Professor
Laboratory Director, Molecular Cytogenetics Laboratory
Department of Pediatrics
University of Nevada School of Medicine
November 2000 – 31 March 2001
Laboratory Director, Locum Tenens
Cytogenetics Laboratory
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
November 1993 – November 1999
Laboratory Director, Palo Verde Laboratory
Tempe, Arizona
1988 – 1990
Bench Technician
Molecular Biology Laboratory of Jerry Johnson
Department of Molecular Biology
University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
1989-1990
Lecturer- Introductory Biology
Department of Zoology
University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming
AFFILIATIONS
1993 – 1999
Fellow, American College of Medical Genetics
American Society of Human Genetics
Association of Genetics Technologists
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Ornithologists’ Union
Cooper Ornithological Society
AWARDS AND GRANTS
1991-1993
NIH Postdoctoral Training Fellowship
Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics
Indiana University Medical School, Indianapolis, Indiana
1986-1988
Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant
National Science Foundation
1987
James Silliman Memorial Fund
University of Arizona
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AWARDS AND GRANTS - continued
1984
The Chapman Fund
American Museum of Natural History
1984
Research Award, American Ornithologists’ Union
1984
Summer Support Award
Graduate College, University of Arizona
1984-1985
James Silliman Memorial Fund
University of Arizona
1982
Graduate Student Program Development Fund Grant
Graduate College, University of Arizona
PUBLICATIONS
Bilateral Semilunar Valve Disease In A Child With Partial Deletion Of The Williams-Beuren Syndrome
Region Is Associated With Elastin Haploinsufficiency. Robert B. Hinton, Jr. M.D., Gail H. Deutsch
M.D., Jeffrey M. Pearl M.D., Holly H. Hobart Ph.D., Colleen A. Morris M.D., D. Woodrow Benson
M.D., Ph.D., in Press. The Journal of Heart Valve Disease.
Chloride channel genes and long QT syndrome. Kendra W Kimberley, Fiona Britton, Colleen A Morris,
Holly H Hobart. in prep.
BAC-FISH refutes evidence of an 8p22-8p23.1 inversion or duplication in 7 patients with Kabuki
syndrome. Kendra W Kimberley, Colleen A Morris and Holly H Hobart. BMC Med Genet. 2006 May
18;7(1):46 [Epub ahead of print]
Armstrong L, Allanson JE, Weaver DD, Bevan CJ, Hobart HH. Unrelated patients with a rearrangement
of chromosome 2 causing duplication of 2p23 and deletion of 2q37. Am J Med Genet A. Apr
30;134(3):299-304, 2005.
Morris CA, Mervis CB, Hobart HH, Gregg RG, Bertrand J, Ensing GJ, Sommer A, Moore CA, Hopkin
RJ, Spallone PA, Keating MT, Osborne L, Kimberley KW, Stock AD: GTF2I hemizygosity implicated in
mental retardation in Williams syndrome: genotype-phenotype analysis of five families with deletions in
the Williams syndrome region. Am J Med Genet. 123A:45-59, 2003.
Stock AD, Spallone PA, Dennis TR, Netski D, Morris CA, Mervis CB, Hobart HH: Heat shock protein
27 gene: chromosomal and molecular location and relationship to Williams syndrome. Am J Med Genet.
120A:320-5, 2003.
Priest JH, Brothman AR, Christine B, Flejter WL, Haag MM, Henry GP, Hobart HH, Lowery MC,
McConnell TS, McGavran L, Peakman DC, Richkind KE, Spector EB: Assessment of clinical
cytogenetic laboratories: A five-year experience in the Mountain States Regional Genetic Services
Network (MRGSN). Applied Cytogenetics, 23:7, 1997.
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PUBLICATIONS, continued
Meyne J, Baker RJ, Hobart HH, Hsu TC, Ryder OA, Ward OG, Wiley JE, Wurster-Hill DH, Yates TL,
Moyzis RK: Distribution of non-telomeric sites of the telomere repeat sequence (TTAGGG)n in
vertebrate chromosomes. Chromosoma, 99:3-10, 1990.
Yu Q-X, Hobart HH: Chromosome banding pattern homologies of the Common Moorhen (Gallinula
chloropus) and the domestic Chicken (Gallus domesticus). Acta Zoologica Sinica, 36:194-200, 1990.
Hobart HH, Gunn SJ, Bickham JW: Karyotypes of six species of North American blackbirds (Icteridae:
Passeriformes). Auk, 99:514-518, 1982.
Hobart HH, DeKeyzer D: A nesting record for Mississippi Kites in Ft. Bend County, Texas. Bull Tex
Ornith Soc, 12:50-52, 1979.
PRESENTATIONS
Hobart HH, Gregg RG, Mervis CB, Robinson BF, Kimberley KW, Rios CM, Morris CA. Heterozygotes
for the microinversion of the Williams-Beuren syndrome region have an increased risk for affected
offspring. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, Toronto,
Canada, October 2004.
Kimberley KW, Britton FC, Hume JR, Hobart HH, Morris CA. A new polymorphism in chloride
channel gene 2. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, Toronto,
Canada, October 2004.
Rios CM, Morris CA, Gregg RG, Cambron K, Kimberley KW, Mervis CB, Robinson BF, Signorelli D,
Hobart HH. Research Studies in Williams-Beuren syndrome. Presented at the annual meeting of the
Association of Genetics Technologists, Anaheim, CA, June 2004.
Hobart HH, Gregg RG, Mervis CB, Robinson BF, Kimberley KW, Rios CM, Morris CA. Frequency of
the inversion encompassing the Williams-Beuren syndorme region in parents and in the general
population. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Medical Genetics, Orlando, FL
March 2004.
Claydon MA, Ross K, Hart G, Hobart HH: Bloody amnios: A solution? Poster presentation at
Association of Genetics Technologists Annual Meeting, June, 1999. Orlando, Florida.
Priest JH, Adams WR, Sanford-Hanna J, Hobart HH, Saxe DF, Sanders T, McGavran L, Perszyk AA,
Spector EB, Stone JF: The nature of recurrent triploidy in humans. Poster presentation at the annual
meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, October, 1995. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Babini S, Sheppard LC, Hobart HH: A tale of two chromosomes: Przewalski’s horse and karyotypic
evolution in Equidae. Paper presented at the 33rd annual American Cytogenetics Conference, April, 1995.
San Diego, California.
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Hobart HH: Rates of karyotypic evolution in some groups of birds. Paper presented at the 33rd annual
American Cytogenetics Conference, April, 1995. San Diego, California.
PRESENTATIONS – Continued
Hobart HH, Zhang A, Weaver DD, Vance GH, Palmer CG: Frequent occurrence of duplications among
de novo chromosome rearrangements. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of
Human Genetics, October, 1993.
Hobart HH, Palmer CG: Evaluation of a strategy for directed in situ hybridization for identification of de
novo rearrangements. Paper presented at 31st Annual American Cytogenetics Conference, March 28-31,
1993. Port Ludlow, Washington.
Hobart HH, Yu Q-X: A comparative karyology of some chickadees (Paridae), Verdin (Auriparus
flaviceps), and Bushtit (Psaltriparus minimus). Paper presented at 31st Annual American Cytogenetics
Conference, March 28-31, 1993. Port Ludlow, Washington.
Hobart HH: A case of congenital leukemia. Paper presented at the annual Ohio Valley Regional
Cytogenetics Meeting, May, 1992. Lexington, Kentucky.
Hobart HH: Comparative karyology of five genera of Parulinae. Poster presented at the meeting of the
American Ornithologists’ Union, August, 1987. San Francisco, California.
Hobart HH: Chromosomal variation in passerine birds. Paper presented at the 24th Annual Somatic Cell
Genetics Conference, January 12-15, 1986. Key West, Florida.
Hobart HH, Stock AD: Chromosomal banding homologies of North American doves and pigeons. Paper
presented at the meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union, Mississippi State University, Mississippi,
1986.
Stock AD, Hobart HH: Chromosomal banding pattern homologies in North American doves and pigeons
(Columbiformes). Paper presented at the 23rd Annual Somatic Cell Genetics Conference, January 20-23,
1985. San Diego, California.
Hobart HH, Groschupf K: Chromosomal variation in Aimophila and relatives. Poster presented at the
meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union, October, 1985. Tempe, Arizona.
Hobart HH: Karyotypes of some Arizona birds. Paper presented at the Spring 1984 meeting of the
Arizona-Nevada Academy of Sciences meeting. Tucson, Arizona.
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