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Hiroshi Miyamoto, M.D., Ph.D.

Pathology

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Administrative: (585) 275-3191

Office: (585) 275-8748

Fax: (585) 273-3637

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groupAn Accountable Health Partner

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Faculty Appointments

Biography

Dr. Miyamoto is a surgical pathologist with subspecialty expertise in urologic pathology. He is trained and has worked both as a urologist and as a pathologist. He has also been engaged in research mainly involving bladder and prostate cancers.

Research

Dr. Miyamoto's primary research interest includes molecular biology of steroid hormone receptors in genitourinary tumors. Specifically, he has been investigating the role of androgen receptor signals in the development and progression of bladder cancer. Epidemiological and clinical data indicate that men have a substantially higher risk of bladder cancer, and the underlying mechanisms of how androgens regulate bladder tumorigenesis and tumor outgrowth will offer explanations for this gender-specific difference in cancer incidence. He has also assessed the effects of new classes of androgen receptor antagonists on prostate cancer progression and has characterized novel androgen receptor co-regulators in prostate cancer cells.

Credentials

Specialties

  • Anatomic Pathology - American Board of Pathology

Education

1988
MD | Yokohama City University School of Medicine
Medicine

2000
PhD | Yokohama City University School of Medicine
Urology

Post-doctoral Training & Residency

07/01/2008 - 06/30/2009
Fellowship in Urological Pathology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Office of Registrar

07/01/2005 - 06/30/2008
Residency in Pathology at University of Rochester Medical Center

06/02/1988 - 06/01/1990
Residency in Urology at Yokohama City University Hospital

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Awards

2015 - 2016
Johns Hopkins Greenberg Bladder Cancer Research Award

2013 - Present
Department of Defense Prostate Cancer Research Program Idea Development Award

2012
Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) - Laboratory Support Award (LSA)
Sponsor: University of Rochester Medical Center

2009 - 2015
Department of Defense Prostate Cancer Research Program Physician Research Training Award

2002 - 2005
Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program Idea Development Award

1997
CaPCURE Award

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Publications

Journal Articles

6/3/2018
Danakas AM, Bsirini C, Miyamoto H. "The Impact of Routine Frozen Section Assessment During Penectomy on Surgical Margin Status and Long-Term Oncologic Outcomes." Pathology oncology research : POR.. 2018 Jun 3; Epub 2018 Jun 03.

6/2018
Inoue S, Ide H, Mizushima T, Jiang G, Netto GJ, Gotoh M, Miyamoto H. "Nuclear Factor-?B Promotes Urothelial Tumorigenesis and Cancer Progression via Cooperation with Androgen Receptor Signaling." Molecular cancer therapeutics.. 2018 Jun 0; 17(6):1303-1314. Epub 2018 Mar 28.

5/2/2018
Ide H, Inoue S, Mizushima T, Jiang G, Chuang KH, Oya M, Miyamoto H. "Androgen Receptor Signaling Reduces Radiosensitivity in Bladder Cancer." Molecular cancer therapeutics.. 2018 May 2; Epub 2018 May 02.

Books & Chapters

2015
Chapter Title: Intraoperative consultation for prostate tumors: Challenges and implications for treatment
Book Title: Genitourinary Pathology: Practical Advances
Author List: Miyamoto H; Shen SS
Edited By: Magi-Galluzzi C; Przybycin CG
Published By: Springer2015 in New York

2015
Chapter Title: Intraoperative consultation for bladder tumors: Challenges and implications for treatment
Book Title: Genitourinary Pathology: Practical Advances
Author List: Miyamoto H, Shen SS
Edited By: Magi-Galluzzi C; Przybycin CG
Published By: Springer2015 in New York

2015
Chapter Title: Intraoperative consultation for renal tumors: Challenges and implications for treatment
Book Title: Genitourinary Pathology: Practical Advances
Author List: Miyamoto H; Shen SS
Edited By: Magi-Galluzzi C; Przybycin CG
Published By: Springer2015 in New York

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