The Role of Notch Signaling in Renal Development (Dr. Bonegio)

Ramon Bonegio, M.D. works with Dr. David Salant and is completing a Ph.D. thesis on the role of notch signaling in renal development and the glomerular injury response.

References:

  1. Aprahamian, T., Rifkin, I., Bonegio, R., Hugel, B., Freyssinet, J. M., Sato, K., Castellot, J. J., Jr., and Walsh, K. (2004). Impaired clearance of apoptotic cells promotes synergy between atherogenesis and autoimmune disease. J Exp Med 199, 1121-1131.
  2. Bonegio, R. G., Fuhro, R., Wang, Z., Valeri, C. R., Andry, C., Salant, D. J., and Lieberthal, W. (2005). Rapamycin ameliorates proteinuria-associated tubulointerstitial inflammation and fibrosis in experimental membranous nephropathy. J Am Soc Nephrol 16, 2063-2072.
  3. Bonegio, R.,Fuhro, R., Ragno, G., Robert Valeri, C., and Lieberthal, W. (2006). A comparison of the acute hemodynamic and delayed effects of 50% exchange transfusion with two different cross-linked hemoglobin based oxygen carrying solutions and Pentastarch. Artif Cells Blood Substit Immobil Biotechnol 34, 145-157.
  4. Aprahamian, T., Bonegio, R.,Rizzo, J., Perlman, H., Lefer, D. J., Rifkin, I. R., and Walsh, K. (2006). Simvastatin treatment ameliorates autoimmune disease associated with accelerated atherosclerosis in a murine lupus model. J Immunol 177, 3028-3034.

Book Chapters

  1. Bonegio, R. and Lieberthal W.: Cisplatin nephrotoxicity and analogues: Toxicology of the kidney – edited by Joan Tarloff and Larry Lash (3rd Ed.) Taylor and Francis (London) 2004

Primary teaching affiliate
of BU School of Medicine