July 2014

August 7th, 2014 in Uncategorized

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine News Items


  • Congratulations to Dr. Manisha Mehta and Dr. Dana Semmel for successfully completing the Anatomic and Clinical Pathology sections of the ABP Board Examination and becoming diplomats of the American Board of Pathology
  • Daniel Remick, M.D., has been selected as the moderator for the Pathology Roundtable. The roundtable has representation by the major pathology societies, such as the College of American Pathology, The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, The American Society of Clinical Pathology, The American Board of Pathology, The American Society of Investigative Pathology, the National Association of Medical Examiners, the Association of Directors of Academic Surgical Pathology, the Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists, The Association of Pathology Informatics, and the American Society of Cytology. The roundtable meets on a regular basis to discuss issues that directly impact our discipline, so that a unified response may be developed. Dr. Remick assumed his duties as moderator in July, 2014 as a representative of the American Society for Investigative Pathology
  • Dr. Remick moderated a session at the 2014 Association of Pathology Chairs Meeting “Academic Pathology 2020: Advancing Research Opportunities,” in Boston, MA; July 8-11, 2014
  • Mark Wojnarowicz, PhD Candidate in the Goldstein Lab, attended the 2014 National Neurotrauma Symposium in San Francisco, late June 2014. Mark presented a poster titled “Pathobiology of Blast-Related Traumatic Brain Injury in a Mouse Model.” Authors: M. Wojnarowicz A. Fisher C. Tagge A. Gaudreau N. Casey J. Moncaster O. Minaeva G. Hall R. Cleveland W. Moss X.L Zhang P. Stanton H. Lu B. Lamb R. Ransohoff A. McKee L. Goldstein
  • Dr. Lawreen Connors received a 1-year grant from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation in support of her study, “Blood Profiling for Biomarkers in Age-related ‘Senile’ Systemic Amyloidosis (SSA)”
  • Chad Mayer, MD/PhD, Kurosawa Lab successfully Defended his thesis: “An Inside Job: Shiga Toxins, DAMPs, and a Tale of Endothelial Dysfunction” on Friday, May 9th, 2014
  • Philip Bondzie, PhD, Henderson Lab successfully Defended his thesis; “Out of Africa; The Role of APOL1 and MYH9 in Chronic Kidney Disease on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
  • Martin Steffen, PhD has joined the Editorial Board of two new publications:
  • ○     Journal of Bacteriology and Mycology
  • ○     Clinical Journal of Microbiology and Pathology
  • Barb Nikolajczyk, PhD Lab welcomes the following people:
  • ○     Dr. Blanche Ip, Post-doctoral fellow on the Inflammation Training Grant
  • ○     Michel Azer, Masters’ student from the BU Goldman School of Dental Medicine
  • Effective July 1, 2014, Dr. Maria Panchenko will be the new course co-director for our course PA710 “Principles of Applied and Basic Pathology”. The course was originally created by Deborah Stearns-Kurosawa who will be stepping down. I will remain the new course co-director.
    This is a graduate level course which introduces basic concepts of pathology, including some essential histology. Additionally, all graduate students are required to attend our research seminars and prepare a written synopsis of 4 seminars. This allows the students to have their writing formally evaluated. Another major component of the course is to expose all of the new graduate students to the range of research conducted within the Department so that they may select an appropriate lab to do their thesis.  Please join me in welcoming Dr. Panchenko as the new course co-director, and thanking Dr. Stearns-Kurosawa for her efforts to launch and mentor a new course.
  • David Sherr, PhD has been appointed Director of the BU Superfund Research Program
  • Dr. Kazem Azadzoi received the Journal of Urology Best Reviewer in 2013 Award at the American Urological Association 2014 Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida; May 2014
  • Welcome to our two new Pathology Residents!!!
  • ○  Dr. Reyhan Gedik
  • ○  Dr. Shiva Khoobyari

Publications: ACCEPTED:

  • Yang S, Stepien D, Hanseman D, Robinson B, Goodman MD, Pritts TA, Caldwell CC, Remick DG, Lentsch “AB: Substance P Mediates Reduced Pneumonia Rates After Traumatic Brain Injury,” Crit Care Med 2014, PMID: 2501406 (In Press)
  • Osuchowski MF, Remick DG, Lederer JA, Lang CH, Aasen AO, Aibiki M, Azevedo LC, Bahrami S, Boros M, Cooney R, Cuzzocrea S, Jiang Y, Junger WG, Hirasawa H, Hotchkiss RS, Li XA, Radermacher P, Redl H, Salomao R, Soebandrio A, Thiemermann C, Vincent JL, Ward P, Yao YM, Yu HP, Zingarelli B, Chaudry IH: “Abandon the Mouse Research Ship? Not Just Yet!”, Shock 2014, PMID: 24569509 (In Press)
  • Mella JR, Chiswick EL, King E, Remick DG: “Location, Location, Location: Cytokine Concentrations are Dependent on Blood Sampling Site,” Shock 2014, PMID: 25004061 (In Press)
  • Strissel, KJ, Denis, GV, and Nikolajczyk, BS. 2014. “Immune Regulators of Inflammation in Obesity-Associated Type 2 Diabetes and Coronary Artery Disease,” Current Opin Endocrinol and Diab- Obesity and Nutr. (In Press)
  • Gusenleitner, D., S. S. Auerbach, T. Melia, H. F. Gomez, D. H. Sherr, and S. Monti. 2014. “Genomic models of short-term exposure accurately predict long-term chemical carcinogenicity and identify putative mechanisms of action.” PLoS One 9:e102579

Congratulations Evan Chiswick!

April 1st, 2014 in Student Spotlight

Evan Chiswick 
 Successfully defended his dissertation:
“Failure to Kill, Kills: Impaired Bacterial Killing Precedes Death in Polymicrobial Sepsis”
Here is a short introduction to his Thesis:

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March 23rd, 2014 in See Also


Congratulations John Mahoney!

March 23rd, 2014 in Student Spotlight

John “Jed” Mahoney

PhD Candidate

Successfully defend his dissertation:

“The Hippo Pathways Effector Yap Controls Patterning and Differentiation of the Airway Epithelium”

Friday, March 21st, 2014

Top Doc in Boston Antonio de las Morenas!

March 23rd, 2014 in Faculty Highlights

Antonio de las Morenas, M.D., Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine has been recognized by Boston magazine as a Top Doc in Boston. According to BU Today, “To be included in Boston magazine’s Top Doc list, physicians undergo a rigorous screening process by national medical research firm Castle Connolly. The firm gathers nominations online from other licensed physicians, conducts phone interviews with medical professionals to corroborate nominations, and checks the professional qualifications of all nominees . . .”

The list of pathologists in Boston in the top docs may be found here:


October 2013

October 28th, 2013 in Uncategorized

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine News Items –


  • Faculty Appointments and/or Promotions:
    • Dr. Yuriy Alekseyev was promoted to Research Associate Professor
    • Dr. Shinichi Takayama has been appointed as Research Associate ProfessorImmuno Nov 2013
  • Immunology has selected an image from an article authored by Dr. Zhaohua Lu and colleagues, published in this month’s Immunology for the journal cover (see photo and link to article) http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/imm.12150/full
  • The Martin Steffen Lab presented a talk on their work on biomarkers for Prostate Cancer at the 2013 meeting for the New England Section of the American Urological Association in Hartford, Connecticut on September 26 – 28 Towards Reducing the Number of Prostate Biopsies – Biomarkers to Identify Patients with Benign Causes of Elevated PSA LevelsAgnes Bergerat, PhD1, Yi-Chien Chang, MS2, Mark Katz, MD1, David Wang, MD1, Simon Kasif, PhD2, Richard Babayan, MD1Martin Steffen, MD, PhD1
  • Dr. Daniel Remick will be giving a lecture on October 28th at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital entitled, “Mechanisms of Alcohol Triggered Asthma”
  • Dr. Carmen Sarita-Reyes is now Board Certified in Pediatric Pathology

Publications: PUBLISHED:

  • Steven P. Treon, M.D., Ph.D., Lian Xu, M.S., Guang Yang, Ph.D., Yangsheng Zhou, M.D., Ph.D., Xia Liu, M.D., Yang Cao, M.D., Patricia Sheehy, N.P., Robert J. Manning, B.S., Christopher J. Patterson, M.A., Christina Tripsas, M.A., Luca Arcaini, M.D., Geraldine S. Pinkus, M.D.,Scott J. Rodig, M.D., Ph.D., Aliyah R. Sohani, M.D., Nancy Lee Harris, M.D., Jason M. Laramie, Ph.D., Donald A. Skifter, Ph.D., Stephen E. Lincoln, Ph.D., and Zachary Hunter, M. A. “MYD88 L265P Somatic Mutation in Waldenstrom’s Macroglobulinemia” New England Journal of Medicine; 367;9 nejm.826 org august 30, 2012
  • Lian Xu,1,2  Zachary R. Hunter,1,2 Guang Yang,1,2 Yangsheng Zhou,1,2 Yang Cao,1,2 Xia Liu,1,2 Enrica Morra,3 Alessandra Trojani,3 Antonino Greco,3 Luca Arcaini,4 Marzia Varettoni,4 Jennifer R. Brown,5 Yu-Tzu Tai,2,6 Kenneth C. Anderson,2,6 Nikhil C. Munshi,2,6 Christopher J. Patterson,1 Robert J. Manning,1 Christina K. Tripsas,1 Neal I. Lindeman,2,7 and Steven P. Treon1,2 “MYD88 L265P in Waldenstr¨om macroglobulinemia, immunoglobulin M monoclonal gammopathy, and other B-cell lymphoproliferative disorders using conventional and quantitative allele-specific polymerase chain reaction” BLOOD, 14 MARCH 2013 x VOLUME 121, NUMBER 11
  • Steven P. Treon1,2 and Zachary R. Hunter1,2 “A new era for Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia: MYD88 L265P,” BLOOD, 30 MAY 2013 x VOLUME 121, NUMBER 22
  • Lu Z, Rynkiewicz MJ, Yang CY, Madico G, Perkins HM, Wang Q, Costello CE, Zaia J, Seaton BA, Sharon J. “The binding sites of monoclonal antibodies to the non-reducing end of Francisella tularensis O-antigen accommodate mainly the terminal saccharide.” Immunology. 2013 Nov;140(3):374-389. PMID: 23844703

September 2013

September 26th, 2013 in Uncategorized

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine News Items –



  • CAP (College of American Pathologist) 2013, Orlando Florida, October 13-16, 2013; Accepted:
    • “Validation Of Pre-transfusion Compatibility Testing In PEG In A Semi-automated Transfusion Service” (Poster No. 98 – p 1371) – Josenia Tan and Karen Quillen – Abstract accepted to CAP 2013, poster presentation
    • “Benign Epithelial Inclusions In Axillary Lymphnodes” (Poster No. 69 – p 1452) - Anita Deshpande, MD; Josenia Tan, MD; Melinda Lerwill, MD; Grace Zhao, MD; selected abstract for poster presentation at CAP ’13.
    • “Utility Of Fetal Tissue Examination in Intrauterine Fetal Demise Autopsies;” (Poster No. 95 – p 1508)
    • Cathryn Byrne-Dugan, MD, et al – Abstract accepted to CAP 2013, poster presentation
    • From Dr. Carmen Sarita-Reyes: on page 166: http://www.archivesofpathology.org/doi/pdf/10.5858/arpa.2013-0354-AB; presented by Yue Sun, MD and Antonio de las Morenas, MD; “Anaplastic Thyroid Carcinoma and Potential Therapeutic Target” (Poster No. 152 – p 1525)
  • Dr. Daniel Remick was the Keynote Speaker, 15th Congress of the European Shock Society, Vienna Austria, September 2013; “Sepsis, When you die we want to know why”
  • Dr. Remick also participated in “Meet the Expert, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Traumatology,” Vienna Austria in September 2013
  • Daoreuang Pongvongkeo, Angel Lui, Genevieve Matnog, and John Lee from the Hematology Lab have validated a new automated urinalysis platform, the iRICELL Plus, that went live 9/9/13. This new automated platform will improve efficiency in performing and releasing urinalysis results.
  • Dr. Barbara Nikolajczyk presented her teams’ work “Lymphocytes regulate inflammation in human type 2 diabetes” at the Aegean Conference on Immunometabolism in Rhodes, Greece, September 17, 2013
  • Dr. Barb Nikolajczyk also presented her teams’ work “Roles of B cells in type 2 diabetes and T2D-associated periodontal disease” at the Forsyth Institute in Cambridge, MA September 26, 2013
  • Dr. David Sherr was featured in an article in International Innovations in which I discuss the role of the environment in breast cancer progression. See the URL below. http://www.bumc.bu.edu/immunology/files/2006/10/Final-High-resolution-p93-95_David_Sherr.pdf
  • Dr. Daniel Remick was the Keynote Speaker, at the 11th Annual Advances in Inflammation Research, Brown University, September 26th & 27th; “The roles of adenosine and antibodies in sepsis”
  • Daniel Remick, MD is the Chair and invited speaker, 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Leukocyte Biology, Providence Rhode Island, “Leukocytes and mediators that influence survival”
  • MD/PhD candidate Nick Woolf, in the Rahimi Lab, was recently accepted as a fellow in BU’s 2013-2014 Cross-Disciplinary Training in Nanotechnology for Cancer (XTNC) program. This fellowship will fund his research stipend for at least one year (two with a renewal application). It’s a great opportunity for Nick to meet other PhD students in the sciences at BU, and he will be learning the nuances of several techniques with nanobiology applications.
  • Resident Manisha Mehta, MD has had her abstract, ‘Vitreous cytology: A diagnostic glimpse into the eye’ Manisha Mehta, MD; Reena Rashid, MD; Stephen Foster, MD; Nora Laver, MD, accepted as a talk at the http://aaoop.org/annual-meetings/2013-aaoop-annual-meeting/” target=”_blank” title=”http://aaoop.org/annual-meetings/2013-aaoop-annual-meeting/”>2013 AAOOP (American Association of Ocular Oncologists and Pathologists) Annual Meeting>, “Memorial Celebration of the Life and Work of Dr. Lorenz E. Zimmerman with Anastasia Zimmerman” on November 15th in New Orleans
  • The Nikolajczyk Lab has received a 1 year Diabetes Complications Consortium Grant from the NIH
  • Welcome to our NEW dedicated Residency Program Coordinator, Mark Uva!

August 2013

September 5th, 2013 in Uncategorized

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine News Items –



  • Chad Mayer, MD/PhD Student in the Kurosawa Lab is the recipient of the 2014, MD/PhD Student Conference Diversity Award from the Medical Sciences Training Program; and he received a check for $500.00
  • MD/PhD candidate Nick Woolf, in the Rahimi Lab, was recently accepted as a fellow in BU’s 2013-2014 Cross-Disciplinary Training in Nanotechnology for Cancer (XTNC) program. This fellowship will fund his research stipend for at least one year (two with a renewal application). It’s a great opportunity for Nick to meet other PhD students in the sciences at BU, and he will be learning the nuances of several techniques with nanobiology applications.
  • Dr. Shinichiro Kurosawa received an NIH/NIAID R01 award to continue his laboratory’s basic and translational research with enterohemorrhagic E.coli and the bacterial toxins
  • Nancy S. Miller, MD will present Grand Rounds at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, in October
  • Dr. David Sherr’s Lab, along with Stefano Monti’s, was awarded a supplement to their Superfund Research Program to apply computational biology and high throughput genomics to define transcriptional signatures of carcinogenicity
  • Dr. Barbara Nikolajczyk:
    • has been invited to give a Seminar at the 2nd Aegean Conference on Immunometabolism meeting, Rhodes, Greece, September 2013. “Lymphocytes regulate inflammation in human type 2 diabetes”
    • Dr. Nikolajczyk will also serve on the HAI (Hypersensitivity, Allergy and Immune-mediated diseases) study section in October 2013
    • Dr. Barbara Nikolajczyk has also been invited to co-chair and speak in a Major Symposium at the American Association of Immunologists meeting in Pittsburgh, PA in May 2014

Publications: PUBLISHED:

  • Natarajan M, Schiralli Lester GM, Lee C, Missra A, Wasserman GA, Steffen M, Gilmour DS, Henderson AJ.”NELF coordinates RNA polymerase II pausing, premature termination and chromatin remodeling to regulate HIV transcription.” J Biol Chem. 2013 Jul 24

July 2013

August 15th, 2013 in Uncategorized

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine News Items


  • Nancy S. Miller, MD will be President-elect of the Northeast Branch of the American Society for Microbiology, for the one-year term commencing July 1, 2013
  • Daniel Remick, MD was elected to chair the Research Committee of the Association of Pathology Chairs. With this election he will continue as a member of council
  • Parul Agnihotri, PhD Candidate, has been invited to attend the International Graduate Student Immunology Conference in Marseilles, France from August 29-31st. The conference will be take place at the Centre d’Immunologie de Marseille-Luminy (CIML). The title of Parul’s talk will be: “Foxo1: A Potential Target of Ikaros in Regulating Peripheral CD4 T Cell Development”
  • Daniel Remick, MD was an invited speaker at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of Pathology Chairs in the session on Benchmarking Academic Pathologists. His presentation was on using the CARTS methodology to determine budgeting. The APC Meeting was held in Boston this year from July 9 – 12, 2013
  • Cytology Fellow, Josenia Tan, MD, successfully passed her AP and CP Boards; congratulations Joy!


Publications: ACCEPTED:

  • Monti, S., and D. Sherr. 2013. The role of the aryl hydrocarbon receptor in normal and malignant B cell development. Seminars in Immunopathology (In Press)
  • Quintana, F., and D. Sherr. 2013. Aryl hydrocarbon receptor ¬control of adaptive immunity Pharm. Rev. (In Pres)
  • Paper accepted in PLoS Biology describing our efforts to build a community of computational and experimental biologists collaborating to experimentally validate gene function: “The COMBREX Project: Design, Methodology, and Initial Results;” Brian P. Anton, Yi-Chien Chang, Peter Brown, Han-Pil Choi, Lina L. Faller, Jyotsna Guleria, Zhenjun Hu, Niels Klitgord, Ami Levy-Moonshine, Almaz Maksad, Varun Mazumdar, Mark McGettrick, Lais Osmani, Revonda Pokrzywa, John Rachlin, Rajeswari Swaminathan, Benjamin Allen, Genevieve Housman, Caitlin Monahan, Krista Rochussen, Kevin Tao, Ashok S. Bhagwat, Steven E. Brenner, Linda Columbus, Valérie de Crécy-Lagard, Donald Ferguson, Alexey Fomenkov, Giovanni Gadda, Richard D. Morgan, Andrei L. Osterman, Dmitry A. Rodionov, Irina A. Rodionova, Kenneth E. Rudd, Dieter Söll, James Spain, Shuang-yong Xu, Alex Bateman, Robert M. Blumenthal, J. Martin Bollinger, Woo-Suk Chang, Manuel Ferrer, Iddo Friedberg, Michael Y. Galperin, Julien Gobeill, Daniel Haft, John Hunt, Peter Karp, William Klimke, Carsten Krebs, Dana Macelis, Ramana Madupu, Maria J. Martin, Jeffrey H. Miller, Claire O’Donovan, Bernhard Palssøn, Patrick Ruch, Aaron Setterdahl, Granger Sutton, John Tate, Alexander Yakunin, Dmitri Tchigvintsev, Russell Greiner, David Horn, Kimmen Sjölander, Steven L. Salzberg, Dennis Vitkup, Stanley Letovsky, Daniel Segrè, Charles DeLisi, Richard J. Roberts, Martin Steffen, Simon Kasif

June 2013

July 11th, 2013 in Uncategorized

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine News Items


  • Castle Graduation Celebration 2013


Dr. Nancy Miller with Graduate Dr. Yani Toribio, Dr. Grace Zhao and Graduate Dr. Joy Tan


First Years; Dr. Yue Sun, Dr. Cathryn Byrne-Dugan, Dr. Dhay Kamel and Dr. Anita Malek


Dr. Robert Pistey playing some soft music and resident Dr. Dana Semmel enjoying


  • Congratulations Graduating Resident, Dr. Josenia Tan who won the very first Robert Foley, MBA, Award. This honor will be given annually to a resident or fellow who “demonstrates the qualities that Mr. Foley brought to work every day.” This being the inaugural year of the prize Mr. Foley’s family was invited to the Castle Graduation Dinner.


    Dr. Joy Tan receiving the first Annual Robert Foley, MBA, Award from Department Chair, Dr. Daniel Remick and Dr. Chris Andry cheering her on.

  • Congratulations on passing the Qualifying Exams!
    • Jessica Allen
    • Mostafa Belghasem
    • Melody Lun
    • Caitlin Miller
    • Jacquelyn Sikora
    • Jason Sutin
    • Thank you to all faculty members who assisted with the qualifying exams, with a SPECIAL Thank You Dr. Barbara Slack and the Qualifying Exam Committee
  • The Scientific Steering Committee of the XXIVth International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis (ISTH in Amsterdam, Netherlands; June 29-July 4) has determined that the abstract from the Kurosawa Lab “is likely to have an immediate and important impact on the practice of clinical medicine” and will be included in the ISTH publication with MD Conference Express which is a peer-reviewed meeting highlights report. This late-breaking abstract presented by Dr. Shinichiro Kurosawa is entitled:  “Complement is not activated in nonhuman primates during development of hemolytic uremic syndrome and thrombotic microangiopathy induced by E.coli Shiga toxins” by authors B.C. Lee, C.L. Mayer, C.S. Leibowitz, D.J. Stearns-Kurosawa, S. Kurosawa.
  • Dr. Ivana Delalle gave a platform presentation “Deregulation of Exosomal and Cellular microRNA in Bipolar Disorder,” American Association of Neuropathologists Meeting; Charleston, South Carolina  on June 22, 2013
  • Dominic Beal , PhD, successfully defended his thesis “Role of Macrophages in Cockroach Allergen Induced Asthma” on Tuesday, June 18th
  • The Hematology Lab (Renee Nutting, Daoreuang Pongvongkeo, and John Lee) has validated lupus anticoagulant testing on the in-house automated coagulation platform.  All lupus anticoagulant testing from now on will be performed in-house.
  • Dr. Carmen Sarita-Reyes was the guest lecturer of the “Dr. Manuel Felipe Pimentel Imbert Lecture” at her alma mater Universidad Nacional Pedro Henriquez Ureña School of Medicine on June 18th 2013 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The title of her lecture was “Pediatric Pathology Clinical and Surgical Management”.

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  • Nick Woolf, MD/PhD student in Nader Rahimi’s laboratory has been awarded a full fellowship from the Center for Nanoscience and Nanobiotechnology,  Boston University for his project entitled “The Role of IGPR-1 in Tumor Growth and Progression”
  • Zachary Hunter, PhD candidate was an invited speaker at the 2013 International Waldenström’s Macroglobulinemia Foundation Educational Forum; “The Genomic Landscape of WM” May 17-19, San Diego, California
  • Zach Hunter also gave an oral presentation “Recurring Activating Mutations and Somatic Deletions Revealed Through Whole Genome Sequencing in WALDENSTRÖM’S MACROGLOBULINEMIA” at the12th International Conference on Malignant Lymphoma June 19-22, Lugano, Switzerland http://www.lymphcon.ch/
  • Dr. Carmen Sarita-Reyes gave a lecture on “Pediatric Pathology: Clinical-Pathologic Cases” at Robert Reid Cabral Children’s Hospital, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on June 25th 2013

Publications: ACCEPTED:

  • Liling Zeng, Ming Bai, Amit K. Mittal, Wassim El-Jouni, Jing Zhou, David M. Cohen, Mina I. Zhou, Herbert T. Cohen: Candidate tumor suppressor and pVHL partner Jade-1 binds and inhibits AKT in renal-cell carcinoma.  Cancer Research 2013 (in press)
  • Srimathi Srinivasan, Rosana D Meyer, Ricardo Lugo, Nader Rahimi. Identification of PDCL3 as a novel chaperone protein involved in the generation of functional VEGFR-2. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Biological Chemistry


Publications: PUBLISHED:

  • Nicholas J. DeNunzio & Lija Joseph & Roxane Handal & Ankit Agarwal & Divya Ahuja & Ariel E. Hirsch. Devising the Optimal Preclinical Oncology Curriculum for Undergraduate Medical Students in the United States. J Canc Educ (2013) 28:228–236 DOI 10.1007/s13187-012-0442-0
  • Vipul Chitalia, Sowmya Shivanna, Jordi Martorell, Rosana Meyer, Elazer Edelman, and Nader Rahimi.  c-Cbl, a ubiquitin E3 ligase that targets active β-catenin – A novel layer of Wnt regulation Journal of Biol. Chem. jbc.M113.473801. First Published on June 6, 2013, doi:10.1074/jbc.M113.473801
  • Azadzoi KM and Siroky MB. Mechanism of lower urinary tract symptoms in pelvic ischemia. J Biochem & Pharmacol Res: 1: 64-74, 2013, 2013
  • Treon, S. P., & Hunter, Z. R. (2013). A new era for Waldenstrom macroglobulinemia: MYD88 L265P. Blood, 121(22), 4434–4436. doi:10.1182/blood-2013-04-494849