Catherine E. Ovitt, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 611 Rochester NY p 585-275-2920 f 585-276-0190 firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: Analysis of Genes Involved in Salivary Gland Function
Szilvia Arany, Ph.D., D.M.D. University of Rochester
Research Assistant Professorwork Rochester NY email@example.com
Mireya González-Begné Felhazy, D.D.S., Ph.D. University of Rochester
Research Assistant Professorwork 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: KMRB G-9634 p 585-273-1424 firstname.lastname@example.org Research Focus: To determine the molecular identity of some proteins involved in salivary secretion by MALDI-TOF Mass Spectroscopy in order to gather further understanding about their physiological role in health and disease processes.
Postdoctoral Fellowwork Rochester NY Marit_Aure@urmc.rochester.edu
Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY Pei-Lun_Weng@urmc.rochester.edu
Laboratory Technicianwork Rochester NY Eri_Maruyama@urmc.rochester.edu
Laboratory Technicianwork Rochester NY email@example.com
- Nanoparticle-mediated gene silencing confers radioprotection to salivary glands in vivo. Mol Ther. 21, 1182-94. (2013 Jun 01).
- Pro-apoptotic gene knockdown mediated by nanocomplexed siRNA reduces radiation damage in primary salivary gland cultures. J Cell Biochem. 113, 1955-65. (2012 Jun 01).
- Ascl3 marks adult progenitor cells of the mouse salivary gland. Stem Cell Res. 8, 379-87. (2012 May 01).