Tatyana Yufit, MD
Research Instructor of Dermatology
Boston University School of Medicine, Dept of Dermatology
609 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
|1972-1978||MD||Internal Medicine, Grodno Medical School, USSR|
|1979-1980||Residency||Radiology, Central County Hospital, Grodno, USSR|
|Postdoctoral Fellowship||Rheumatology, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA|
Clinical Specialties and Research Interests
- Stem cells, would healing
1. Zhou LH, Nahm WK, Badiavas E, Yufit T, Falanga V: Slow release iodine preparation and wound healing: in vitro effects consistent with lack of in vivo toxicity in human chronic wounds. Br J Dermatol 146:365-374, 2002.
2. Falanga V, Butmarc J, Yufit T, Carson P: Epiboly in bioengineered skin as a novel method for studying epidermal migration. Tissue Engineering. Dec. 1, 2006; (EPUB ahead of print).
3. 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.
4. Cha J, Kwak T, Butmarc J, Kim TA, Yufit T, Carson P, Kim SJ, Falanga V: Fibroblasts from non-healing human chronic wounds show decreased expression of beta ig-h3, a TGF-beta inducible protein. J Dermatol Sci. 2008 Apr; 50(1):15-23. Epub 2007 Dec 19.
5. 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 Sep;10(3):122-9. Epub 2011 Aug 19.
6. 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, Mar 18
7. Iwamoto, S., Lin, X., Ramirez, R., Carson, P., Fiore, D., Goodrich, J., Yufit, T., and Falanga, V. Bone marrow cell mobilization by the systemic use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor (GCSF) improves wound bed preparation. Int J Low Extrem Wounds. 2013 12(4), 256-64