Tatyana Yufit, MD
Research Instructor of Dermatology
Boston University School of Medicine, Dept of Dermatology
609 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
- Grodno Medical School, USSR – MD in Internal Medicine (1972-1978)
- Central County Hospital, Grodno, USSR – Residency in Radiology (1979-1980)
- Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA – Postdoctoral Fellowship, Division of Rheumatology, Department of Medicine
Clinical Specialties and Research Interests
- Stem cells, would healing
- Yufit T, Carson P, Falanga V: Topical delivery of cultured adult stem cells to non-healing wounds: development of a good manufacturing practice (GMP) facility in an academic setting and obtaining FDA investigational new drug (IND) exemption for human testing. Current Drug Delivery, 2013 March 18
- Luo S, Yufit T, Carson P, Fiore D, Falanga J, Lin X, Mamakos L, Falanga V. Fibroblasts from non-healing human chronic wounds show decreased expression of beta ig-h3, a TGF-beta inducible protein. Int J Low Extrem Wounds. 2011 Sept;10(3):122-9. Epub 2011 Aug 19.
- Iwamoto, S., Lin, X., Iwamoto A., Yufit, T., Carson, P., Fiore, D., Kobrin, K., Morgan, J., Zak, I., Hammerman, S., Greer, D., and Falanga, V. GCSF-induced mobilization of bone marrow stem cells accelerates healing of experimental mouse wounds. Wound Repair and Regeneration. Volume 19, Issue 2, MS1.06, March-April 2011.
- Lin, X. Fiore, D., Lu, M., Yufit, T., Kwak, T., Carson, P., and Falanga, V. An in vitro priming strategy activates an established tissue engineering construct and leads to greater efficacy and a dramatic burst in levels of genes associated with epidermal growth and migration. Would Repair and Regeneration. Volume 19, Issue 2, BRG.03, March-April 2011.
- Lin, X., Fiore, D., Kwak, T., Yufit, T., Carson, P., and Falanga, V. A priming in vitro step greatly enhances the repertoire of key genes involved in epidermal proliferation and migration in bioengineering skin. NIH, NCRR Third Biennial National IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research Excellence (NISBRE), June 16-18, 2010.
- Falanga V, Iwamoto S, Chartier M, Yufit T, Butmarc J, Kouttab N, Shrayer D, Carson, P. Autologous bone marrow-derived cultured mesenchymal stem cells delivered in a fibrin spray accelerate healing in murine and human cutaneous wounds. Tissue Engineering. 2007, 13(6), 1299-312.