Gregory Baker, MD is an Assistant Professor of General Internal Medicine at the Boston University School of Medicine. As of 2018, he recently completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Boston University Medical Center and is a new faculty member. He served as a peer mentor during his residency, participated in a mini-lecture series, and has published papers about endothelial cell dysfunction, cryptococcus neoformans, and Hxs1.
- Rutgers Medical School, MD
- Published on 6/14/2018
Fetterman JL, Weisbrod RM, Feng B, Bastin R, Tuttle ST, Holbrook M, Baker G, Robertson RM, Conklin DJ, Bhatnagar A, Hamburg NM. Flavorings in Tobacco Products Induce Endothelial Cell Dysfunction. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2018 Jul; 38(7):1607-1615. PMID: 29903732.
- Published on 1/1/2016
Baker GM, Liao G, Lau R, Liu TB, Perlin D, Xue C. Lipid Flippase subunit Cdc50 Mediates Drug Resistance and Virulence in Cryptococcus neoformans. mBio. 2016; 7(3):e00478-16.
- Published on 1/1/2013
Liu TB, Wang Y, Baker GM, Fahmy H, Jiang L, Xue C. The glucose sensor-like protein Hxs1 is a high-affinity glucose transporter and required for virulence in Cryptococcus neoformans. PLoS ONE. 2013.