ORPHEUS Labelling Board

Professor Michael Mulvany (Aarhus)

Chair, Labelling Board, 2013-

Vice - President ORPHEUS, 2010 - 2014

ORPHEUS Executive, 2007 - 2014

Professor Andre Nieoullon (Marseille)

Member, Labelling Board, 2013-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2011-

Professor Seppo Meri (Helsinki)

Member, Labelling Board, 2013-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2007 - 2012

Professor Jadwiga Mirecka (Krakow)

Member, Labelling Board, 2013-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2007 - 2014

Professor Zdravko Lackovic (Zagreb)

Member, Labelling Board, 2013-

ORPHEUS President, 2007 - 2014

ORPHEUS Executive, 2007 - 2014

Professor Miroslav Civenka (Hradec Kralove)

Member, Labelling Board, 2013-

ORPHEUS President, 2014 - 2015

ORPHEUS Executive, 2010 -

Professor Robert Harris (Karolinska)

Member, Labelling Board, 2014-

ORPHEUS President, 2015-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2014-

Professor Ana Borovečki (Zagreb)

Member, Labelling Board, 2014-

ORPHEUS Treasurer, 2014-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2014-

Professor Gül Güner (Izmir)

Member, Labelling Board, 2016-

ORPHEUS General Secretary, 2014-2016

ORPHEUS Executive, 2010-2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professor Janet Carton

(Dublin, Ireland)

(2017-)

Professor John Creemers

(Leuven, Belgium)

(2016-)

Professor Roland Jonsson (Sweden)

(2018-)

 Special consultants 


 

Professor Ana Borovečki (Zagreb)

Member, Labelling Board, 2014-

ORPHEUS Treasurer, 2014-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2014-

Professor Andre Nieoullon (Marseille)

Member, Labelling Board, 2013-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2011-

 Professor Hakan Sedat Orer 

(Istanbul, Turkey)

(2016-)

 



 

Professor Helga Ogmundsdottir 

(Reykjavik, Iceland)

Conference representative

Professor Miroslav Cervinka

 (Prague, Czech Republic)

Ex President  

Professor  Oksana Sulaieva

(Kyiv, Ukraine)(2016)

General Secretary (2017-) 



 

Professor Robert Harris (Karolinska)

Member, Labelling Board, 2014-

ORPHEUS President, 2015-

ORPHEUS Executive, 2014-

Professor Vladimir Bumbasirevic

(Belgrade, Serbia) (2014)

(2017-)

 

 

László Rosivall CV

Professor László Rosivall, MD., PhD., DSc., Széchenyi and Khwarizmi prizes laureate, (1949), is the head of Department of Pathophysiology, International Nephrology Research and Training Center, PhD School of Basic Medical Sciences, Semmelweis University and the first Nephrology PhD Program in Hungary. He is Active-member of European Academy of Sciences and Arts, Honorary Doctor of of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy Tirgu-Mures, and Honorary Member of Polish Nephrological Society. He has served several prestigious positions as: President of Semmelweis University; President of the Worldwide Hungarian Medical Academy; Treasurer of the International Society for Pathophysiology; Council Member of International Society of Nephrology. He is Founder and President of the Hungarian Kidney Foundation and the Budapest Nephrology School and of the Roma Medical Education Program. He brought experiences from the Bergen, Birmingham, Harvard, Montpellier, Heidelberg, Tulane universities. His research interests cover renal hemodynamics, renin-angiotensin system and renal fibrosis from molecules to bedside. He serves in editorial boards of 15 peer-reviewed journals. Publications: 166 articles, 75 chapters, 4 textbooks, 1 small monograph, 2 patents, IF: 345,697, citation 2541, Hirsch-index 25. His life is dedicated to the development of nephrology from molecules to bedside by educating a new generation of skilful nephrologists. He raised 28 PhDs in nephrology.

Paola Zanovello CV

PAOLA ZANOVELLO

Professor of Immunology

School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Oncology and Gastroenterology

University of Padova, Padova, Italy
e-mail address: paola.zanovello@unipd.it

 

DATE & PLACE OF BIRTH : July 2, 1952, Padova, Italy

Married, 1 daughter

PRESENT ADDRESS: Via Dell’Arco, 16, I-35128, Padova, Italy

EDUCATION and Training:
1975
Degree in Biological Sciences at the University of Padova
1975-1980 Post-graduate Fellow, Institute of Oncology, University of Padova

 

PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS:
1981-1991 Researcher, Institute of Oncology, University of Padova
1992-2009 Associate Professor of Immunology, Department of Oncology and Surgical Sciences, University of Padova

2003 Visiting Fellow (American-Italian Cancer Foundation) at NIH, Bethesda, MD

2010- Professor of Immunology, University of Padova

ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTMENTS:

Member of the Scientific Committee of the School of Medicine.

Member of the Ethical Committee of the Veneto Institute of Oncology.

Director of the PhD Course in Oncology and Surgical Oncology, University of Padova

Chairman of the Doctoral Committee of the University of Padova

Member of the Committee for the evaluation of didactic activity at the University of Padova

Member of the Scientific Committee of Italian Association for Cancer Research (AIRC)

MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES

American Association of Immunologists

Italian Society of Immunology, Clinical Immunology & Allergology

Italian Cancer Society

Italian Network for Biotherapy in cancer

REFEREE FOR INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

Journal of Immunology

European Journal of Immunology

Immunology Letters

Cancer Research

Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology

Blood

International Journal of Cancer

OTHER ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES

Member of the Didactic committee of the School of Medicine

Tutor of medical students during their internship

Supervisor of 10 PhD students

External examiner for PhD theses

 

 

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES:
Tumor Immunology with a special attention to immune responses mediated by tumor-specific cytotoxic T lymphocytes, and mechanisms underlying their modulation. More recently, the relationships between tumor and microenvironment, and new treatments able to interfere with immunosuppressive mechanisms.

Scientific Publications: 295, of which 114 published in peer-reviewed journals.

 

Selected publications (2009-2013)

  1. Tosello, V., Zamarchi, R., Merlo, A., Gorza, M., Piovan E., Mandruzzato, S., Bronte, V., Wang, X., Ferrone, S., Amadori, A., Zanovello, P.: Differential expression of constitutive and inducible proteasome subunits in human monocyte-derived DC differentiated in the presence of IFN-alpha or IL-4. Eur J Immunol, 39, 56-66, 2009
  2. Mandruzzato, S., Solito, S., Falisi, E., Francescato, S., Chiarion-Sileni, V., Mocellin, S., Zanon, A., Rossi, C.R., Nitti, D., Bronte, V., Zanovello, P.: IL4Ralpha+ myeloid-derived suppressor cell expansion in cancer patients. J Immunol, 182, 6562-6568, 2009
  3. Bobisse, S., Rondina, M., Merlo, A., Tisato, V., Mandruzzato, S., Amendola, M., Naldini, L., Willemsen, R.A., Debets, R., Zanovello, P ., Rosato, A: Reprogramming T lymphocytes for melanoma adoptive immunotherapy by T-cell receptor gene transfer with lentiviral vectors. Cancer Res, 69, 9385-9394, 2009
  4. Ugel, S., Scarselli, E., Iezzi, M., Mennuni, C., Pannellini, T., Calvaruso, F., Cipriani, B., De Palma, R., Ricci-Vitiani, L., Peranzoni, E., Musiani, P., Zanovello, P., Bronte, V.: Autoimmune B-cell lymphopenia after successful adoptive therapy with telomerase-specific T lymphocytes. Blood, 115, 1374-1384, 2010
  5. Peranzoni, E., Zilio, S., Marigo, I., Dolcetti, L., Zanovello, P., Mandruzzato, S., Bronte, V.: Myeloid-derived suppressor cell heterogeneity and subset definition. Curr Opin Immunol, 22, 238-244, 2010
  6. Marigo, I., Bosio, E., Solito, S., Mesa, C., Fernandez, A., Dolcetti, L., Ugel, S., Sonda, N., Bicciato, S., Falisi, E., Calabrese, F., Basso, G., Zanovello, P., Cozzi, E., Mandruzzato, S., Bronte, V.. Tumor-induced tolerance and immune suppression depend on the C/EBPbeta transcription factor. Immunity, 32, 790-802, 2010
  7. Ruggero, K., Corradin, A., Zanovello, P., Amadori, A., Bronte, V., Ciminale, V., D'Agostino, D.M.: Role of microRNAs in HTLV-1 infection and transformation. Mol Aspects Med, 31, 367-382, 2010
  8. Nardo G, Favaro E, Curtarello M, Moserle L, Zulato E, Persano L, Rossi E, Esposito G, Crescenzi M, Casanovas O, Sattler U, Mueller-Klieser W, Biesalski B, Thews O, Canese R, Iorio E, Zanovello P, Amadori A, Indraccolo S. Glycolytic phenotype and AMP kinase modify the pathologic response of tumor xenografts to VEGF neutralization. Cancer Res, 71, 4214-4225, 2011
  9. Ghisi M, Corradin A, Basso K, Frasson C, Serafin V, Mukherjee S, Mussolin L, Ruggero K, Bonanno L, Guffanti A, De Bellis G, Gerosa G, Stellin G, D'Agostino DM, Basso G, Bronte V, Indraccolo S, Amadori A, Zanovello P. Modulation of microRNA expression in human T-cell development: targeting of NOTCH3 by miR-150. Blood, 117, 7053-7062 2011
  10. Solito S, Falisi E, Diaz-Montero CM, Doni A, Pinton L, Rosato A, Francescato S, Basso G, Zanovello P, Onicescu G, Garrett-Mayer E, Montero AJ, Bronte V, Mandruzzato S. A human promyelocytic-like population is responsible for the immune suppression mediated by myeloid-derived suppressor cells. Blood, 118, 2254-2265 2011
  11. D'Agostino DM, Zanovello P, Watanabe T, Ciminale V. The microRNA regulatory

network in normal- and HTLV-1-transformed T cells. Adv Cancer Res, 113, 45-79,

2012

12. Pizzini S, Bisognin A, Mandruzzato S, Biasiolo M, Facciolli A, Perilli L, Rossi E,

Esposito G, Rugge M, Pilati P, Mocellin S, Nitti D, Bortoluzzi S, Zanovello P. BMC

Genomics 14, 589-603, 2013

António Manuel de Sousa Pereira CV

Curriculum Vitae

 

Name: António Manuel de Sousa Pereira

Place and date of birth : Porto, 1961.10.17

Nacionality : Portuguese

Institucional adress : Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas de Abel Salazar, Universidade do Porto, Rua de Jorge Viterbo Ferreira, 228

4050-313 Porto

 

Phone : +351220428000 Mobile: +351969459793

Email : sousapereira@icbas.up.pt

Degrees and professional qualifications

¨MD in Medicine, ICBAS, Universidade do Porto, 1985

¨PhD in Medical Sciences, ICBAS, Universidade do Porto, 1993

¨”Agregação” in Medicine, ICBAS, Universidade do Porto, 2000

¨ Post-Graduation course on “Mastering Healthcare Finances”, Harvard Medical International- Harvard University / Institute of Health Economics and Management – Université de Lausanne in 2008

Current substantive appointment

 

Dean of ICBAS (Abel Salazar Institute for the Biomedical Sciences), University of Porto, since 2003

Other recent appointments

Assistant Professor, 1990 to 1993

Auxiliary Professor, 1993 to 1998

Associate Professor, 1998 to 2002

Full Professor since 2003

Head of Pedagogic council of ICBAS, University of Porto (1997-2002)

President of the curriculum committee by appointment of the Science council (2002-2003)

Other activities

¨Medical consultant of Entidade Reguladora da Saude (Portuguese agency for the control of activities related with health care)

¨Co-founder and creator of SINAS – National system of evaluation of healthcare activities (with JCI and Siemens)

¨Member of the Council for Medical Education of the Portuguese Medical Association (Ordem dos Médicos)

Awards

¨RossMcfarland Award of The Life Sciences and Biomedical Engineering Branch of Aerospace Medical Association, 1996

¨Top Ten do Space Medicine Branch Young Investigator Award of the Aerospace Medical Association in 1995

Selected publications

2006 : Cardoso António Paes; Oliveira Maria João R; Silva Alvaro Moreira da; Aguas Artur P; Pereira António Sousa
 Effects of long term exposure to occupational noise on textile industry workers' lung function. 
Revista portuguesa de pneumologia 2006; 12(1):45-59.
Instituto de Ciências Biomédicas de Abel Salazar, Universidade do Porto.

2005 : Oliveira Maria João R; Pereira António S; Ferreira Paula G; Guimarães Laura; Freitas Diamantino; Carvalho António P O; Grande Nuno R; Aguas Artur P
 Arrest in ciliated cell expansion on the bronchial lining of adult rats caused by chronic exposure to industrial noise. 
Environmental research 2005;97(3):282-6.
Department of Anatomy, ICBAS, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, UMIB, University of Porto, Largo Prof. Abel Salazar, 2, 4099-033 Porto, Portugal. mjolivei@icbas.up.pt

2005 : Cherdwongcharoensuk Duangrudee; Henrique Rui; Upatham Suchart; Pereira António Sousa; Aguas Artur P
 Tubular kidney damage and centrilobular liver injury after intratracheal instillation of dimethyl selenide. 
Toxicologic pathology 2005; 33(2):225-9.
ICBAS, Department of Anatomy, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, and UMIB, University of Porto, Portugal. duangrud@yahoo.com

2004 : Cherdwongcharoensuk Duangrudee; Upatham Suchart; Pereira António Sousa; Aguas Artur P
 Acute pulmonary inflammation induced by lung overloading with selenium particles: leukocyte response and in situ detection of selenium at high resolution. 
Inhalation toxicology 2004;16(14):901-9.
ICBAS, Department of Anatomy and UMIB, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, European Union. duangrud@yahoo.com

2004 : Cherdwongcharoensuk Duangrudee; Upatham Suchart; Oliveira José Carlos; Sousa Pereira António; AGuas Artur P
 Changes in bronchoalveolar lavage cells after intratracheal instillation of dimethyl selenide in mice. 
Toxicologic pathology 2004; 32(3):345-50.
ICBAS, Department of Anatomy and UMIB, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal. duangrud@yahoo.com

2003 : Oliveira Maria Joäo; Pereira António S; Ferreira Paula G; Grande Nuno R; Aguas Artur P; Guimaräes Laura; Freitas Diamantino; Carvalho António P
 Reduction of rat pleural microvilli caused by noise pollution. 
Experimental lung research 2003; 29(7):445-54.
Department of Anatomy, ICBAS, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, UMIB and IBMC, Porto, Portugal. mjolivei@icbas.up.pt

2003 : Cherdwongchareonsuk Duangrudee; Aguas Artur P; Henrique Rui; Upatham Suchart; Sousa Pereira Antonio
 Toxic effects of selenium inhalation: acute damage of the respiratory system of mice. 
Human & experimental toxicology 2003;22(10):551-7.
ICBAS, Department of Anatomy, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, UMIB, University of Porto, Largo Prof. Abel Salazar, 2, 4099-003 Porto, Portugal. duangrud@yahoo.com

2003 : Oliveira M J; Pereira A S; Ferreira P G; Cunha E M; Grande N R; Aguas A P
 Bulging mesothelial cells of the visceral pleura of the rat mimic the network of subpleural lymphatics. 
Lymphology 2003;36(3):144-8.
Department of Anatomy, ICBAS, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, UMIB and IBMC, University of Porto, Portugal, European Union.

2003 : Oliveira M J R; Pereira A S; Guimarães L; Grande N R; de Sá C Moreira; Aguas A P
 Zonation of ciliated cells on the epithelium of the rat trachea. 
Lung 2003;181(5):275-82.
Department of Anatomy, ICBAS, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, UMIB and IBMC, 4099-003 Porto, Portugal, European Union. mjolivei@icbas.up.pt

2002 : Oliveira Maria João R; Pereira António S; Guimarães Laura; Freitas Diamantino; Carvalho António P O; Grande Nuno R; Aguas Artur P
 Chronic exposure of rats to cotton-mill-room noise changes the cell composition of the tracheal epithelium. 
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine / American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2002; 44(12):1135-42.
Department of Anatomy, ICBAS, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, UMIB, IBMC, Porto, Portugal. mjolivei@icbas.up.pt

2002 : Cherdwongcharoensuk Duangrudee; Cunha Elisabete M; Upatham Suchart; Pereira António Sousa; Oliveira Maria João R; Aguas Artur P
 In vivo ingestion of heavy metal particles of Se, Hg and W by murine macrophages. A study using scanning electron microscopy coupled with X-ray microanalysis. 
Toxicology and industrial health 2002; 18(8):397-403.
ICBAS and UMIB, Department of Anatomy, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal. duangrud@yahoo.com

2001 : Oliveira M J; Pereira A S; Castelo Branco N A; Grande N R; Aguas A P
 In utero and postnatal exposure of Wistar rats to low frequency/high intensity noise depletes the tracheal epithelium of ciliated cells. 
Lung 2001; 179(4):225-32.
Department of Anatomy, Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences (ICBAS), UMIB and IBMC, University of Porto, 4099-003 Porto, Portugal. mjolivei@icbas.up.pt

1999 : Oliveira M J; De Sousa Pereira A; Aguas A P; Grande N R; Monteiro E; Serrano I; Castelo Branco N A
 Effects of low frequency noise upon the reaction of pleural milky spots to mycobacterial infection. 
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 1999; 70(3 Pt 2):A137-40.
Abel Salazar Institute for the Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal.

1999 : De Sousa Pereira A; Aguas A P; Grande N R; Mirones J; Monteiro E; Castelo Branco N A
 The effect of chronic exposure to low frequency noise on rat tracheal epithelia. 
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 1999; 70(3 Pt 2):A86-90.
Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal.

1999 : De Sousa Pereira A; Grande N R; Monteiro E; Castelo Branco M S; Castelo Branco N A
 Morphofunctional study of rat pleural mesothelial cells exposed to low frequency noise. 
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 1999; 70(3 Pt 2):A78-85.
Abel Salazar Institute for Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal.

1999 : Grande N R; Aguas A P; De Sousa Pereira A; Monteiro E; Castelo Branco N A
 Morphological changes in rat lung parenchyma exposed to low frequency noise. 
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 1999; 70(3 Pt 2):A70-7.
Abel Salazar Institute for the Biomedical Sciences, University of Porto, Portugal.

1999 : Castelo Branco N A; Aguas A P; Sousa Pereira A; Monteiro E; Fragata J I; Tavares F; Grande N R
 The human pericardium in vibroacoustic disease. 
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine 1999; 70(3 Pt 2):A54-62.
Occupational Medicine Research Center, Lisbon, Portugal.

Vesna Ćorić CV

1. Personal information

 

Vesna Ćorić, M.D. PhDc

Institute of Medical and Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 2 Pasterova Street, Belgrade, Serbia

Telephone: +381-63-3643-271

Fax: +381-11-3643-270

E mail: drcoricvesna@gmail.com

Date of Birth: 20 March 1985.

Gender: Female

2. Education

 

2013 - present : Residency in Laboratory medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia

May 2011 : State examination, Certificate issued by the Ministry of Health Republic of Serbia

2010/2011 – present: PhD studies in Molecular medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia

2004 – 2010: Graduate studies,Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, Serbia

2000 – 2004 : High School Diploma with Honors, Sixth Belgrade High School, Belgrade, Serbia

3. Work Experience

 

2011 – present : Research assistant, employed on the project entitled ‘The role of glutathione S-transferase in susceptibility to disease (Project number 175052, supported by the Ministry of education and science, Serbia), working at Institute of Medical and Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 2 Pasterova Street, Belgrade, Serbia

2010 – present: Graduate teaching assistant, Institute of Medical and Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 2 Pasterova Street, Belgrade, Serbia

2007 – 2010 : Student teaching assistant, Institute of Medical and Clinical Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 2 Pasterova Street, Belgrade, Serbia

2007 – 2008: Student teaching assistant, Institute of Medical Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 1 Dr Subotica Street, Belgrade, Serbia

2006 – 2008 : Editor-in-Chief, “Medicinar” student magazine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 8 Dr Subotica Street, Belgrade, Serbia

2005 – 2006: Student teaching assistant, Institute of Human Genetics, Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade, 2 Pasterova Street,Belgrade, Serbia

 

4. Research Experience

 

2009 – present: Project entitled ‘The role of glutathione S-transferase in susceptibility to disease

(Project number 175052, supported by the Ministry of education and science, Serbia)

Representative references

 

1. Stamenkovic M, Radic T, Stefanovic I, Coric V, Sencanic I, Pljesa-Ercegovac M, Matic M, Jaksic V, Simic T, Savic-Radojevic A. GSTO2 polymorphism Asn142Asp modifies the risk of age-related cataract in smokers and subjects exposed to UV irradiation. Clin Experiment Ophthalmol. 2013; doi: 10.1111/ceo.12180.

2. Djukic TI, Savic-Radojevic AR, Pekmezovic TD, Matic MG, Pljesa-Ercegovac MS, Coric VM, Radic TM, Suvakov SR, Krivic BN, Dragicevic DP, Simic TP. Glutathione s-transferase T1, O1 and O2 polymorphisms are associated with survival in muscle invasive bladder cancer patients. PLoS One, 2013; 8(9):e74724.

3. Ercegovac М, Jović N, Simić T, Beslać-Bumbaširević Lj, Sokić D, Savić-Radojević A, Matić M, Jovanović D, Ristić A, Đukić T, Šuvakov S, Ćorić V, Mimić-Oka J, Plješa-Ercegovac M. Аntiepileptic drugs affect protein, lipid and DNA oxidative damage and antioxidant defense in patients with epilepsy. JMB, 2013; 32(2):121–130.

4. Suvakov S, Damjanovic T, Stefanovic A, Pekmezovic T, Savic-Radojevic A, Pljesa-Ercegovac M, Matic M, Djukic T, Coric V, Jakovljevic J, Ivanisevic J, Pljesa S, Jelic-Ivanovic Z, Mimic-Oka J, Dimkovic N, Simic T. Glutathione S-transferase A1, M1, P1 and T1 null or low-activity genotypes are associated with enhanced oxidative damage among haemodialysis patients. Nephrol Dial Transplant, 2013; 28(1):202-12.

5. Matic M, Pekmezovic T, Djukic T, Mimic-Oka J, Dragicevic D, Krivic B, Suvakov S, Savic-Radojevic A, Pljesa-Ercegovac M, Tulic C, Coric V and Simic T. GSTA1, GSTM1, GSTP1 and GSTT1 polymorphism and susceptibility to smoking-related bladder cancer: a case-control study. Urol Oncol, 2013; 31(7):1184-92

6. Coric V, Pljesa-Ercegovac M, Matic M, Krivic B, Suvakov S, Tulic C, Mimic-Oka J, Simic T. The role of GSTM1 and GSTT1 polymorphism in patients with renal cell carcinoma. JMB, 2010; 29(3):204-210.

5. Academic mobility

 

ERAWEB (ERASMUS–WESTERN BALKANS)

2013 : 3 month period on a short term scientific mission at the Department of Oncology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Torino (Italy), project entitled “Metabolic characterization of chemosensitive and chemoresistant tumors, to discover new biomarkers and design a more personalized therapy”

2012 : SFRR-E/IUBMB Summer School 2012 "Dietary factors and redox signalling", Spetses, Greece

7-day Summer School

6. Academic distinctions

 

Best poster Presentation, “Glutathione S‐transferase single nucleotide gene polymorphisms and susceptibility to renal cell carcinoma: Serbian case‐control study”, SFRR-E/IUBMB Summer School 2012, Spetses, Greece, 2012

Best Presentation in Session, “Genetic polymorphism of GSTM1 and GSTT1 in patients with renal cell carcinoma” (oral presentation), 51st Serbian Medical Students’ Congress, Ohrid, Macedonia, 2010

Best Presentation in Session, “Genetic polymorphism of GSTM1 in patients with renal cell carcinoma“, (oral

presentation), International Medical Students’ Congress, Novi Sad, Serbia, 2009

First Prize, “The cytotoxicity of plant xanthones in glioma cell line” (poster presentation), 17th Annual International Ain

Shams Medical Students’ Congress, Cairo, Egypt, 2009

7. Memberships

 

2011 – present : Society for Free Radicals Research (SFRR)

2011 – present : Serbian society for mitochondrial and free radical physiology

 

8. Languages

 

Serbian - mother tongue

English - Cambridge ESOL: Certificate of Proficiency in English, CPE

Italian - Inlingua Certificate: B1 level

Vladimir Bumbasirevic CV

Curriculum Vitae

Vladimir Bumbasirevic, MD, PhD Professor of Histology and Embryology School of Medicine University of Belgrade Rector, University of Belgrade

Date and place of birth: August 6, 1951, Belgrade

 

A. Education

School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

M. D.

1976

Medicine

School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

M. Sc.

1981

Histology

University of Belgrade

Ph. D.

1985

Histology, Cell Biology

 

B. Positions and Honors

Positions and Employment

1977-1981 Instructor, Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

1981-1986 Junior assistant, Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade 1986-1991 Assistant Professor, Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, Univ. of Belgrade 1991-1996 Associate Professor, Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade 1996-present Full Professor, Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

1987-1988 Visiting Professor (Fulbright Grant, 15 mo.), Dept. Anatomy and Cell Biology, Coll. Med., Univ. Illinois at Chicago

1993-2000 Chair, Histology and Embryology, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

2000-2004 Director of the postgraduate course in electron microscopy, Sch. Med., Univ. Belgrade 2002-2004 President of the School Board, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

2004-2008 Vice-Dean, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

2002-2006 President, Scientific Council, Academy of Medical Sciences of Serbian Medical Association 1996-2004 President, Microscopy Society of Serbia

2003-2006 Expert, Tempus Program, Directorate General for Education, European Commission 2001-2007 Member, Committee for Medicine, Ministry of Science, Serbia

2001-2005 Member, Ethics Committee, Clinical Center of Serbia 2008-2009 Acting Dean, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade 2009-2012 Dean, School of Medicine, University of Belgrade

2012-2015 Rector, University of Belgrade

2012-2015 President, Serbian Rectors Conference

Member of Editorial Boards: Srp arh celok lek, Archives of Oncology, Acta Clinica, Facta Universitatis, Medical Investig (Beograd),

Association Membership: European Microscopy Society, Microscopy Society of Serbia, Serbian Medical Association, Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, Serbian Anatomical Society, Neuroscience Society of Serbia, Serbian Bioethics Society

Honors

1994 Member, Academy of Medical Sciences, Serbian Medical Association 2000 Corresponding member, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts 2009 Full member, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Awards

1972-1975 University Belgrade, Rector’s Prize for Successful Studies 1976 School of Medicine Award for best students

1990 Students’ award to the best teacher 1987-1988 Fulbright Grant for postdoctoral studies 2005 City of Belgrade Award for Medicine

 

C. Research Support

Ongoing Research Support

Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Bumbasirevic – PI)

Molecular mechanisms of programmed cell death (Role – PI)

Serbian Ministry of Education and Science (Trajkovic – PI)

Modulation of signaling pathways controlling intracellular energy metabolism in therapy of cancer and neuro-immuno-endocrine disfunctions

(Role – Co-Investigator)

Completed Research Support

Serbian Ministry of Science and Technological Development (Bumbasirevic – PI)

Molecular mechanisms regulating cell death in normal and pathological conditions (2006-2010) (Role – PI)

Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (Bumbasirevic – PI)

The involvement of cytoskeletal proteins in apoptosis (2006-2010) (Role – PI)

Serbian Ministry of Sciences and Technology (Djuricic - PI)

Molecular mechanisms regulating celle death in normal and malignant cells (2002-2006) (Role – Co-Investigator)

Serbian Ministry of Sciences and Technology (Djuricic - PI) Mechanisms in adaptation, damage and recovery of cells (1996-2001) (Role – Co-Investigator)

Serbian Ministry of Sciences and Technology (Bumbasirevic - PI) Mechanisms of cytotoxic effect of microtubular poisons (1991-1995) (Role – PI)

European Commision TEMPUS 2004-2007

TEMPUS Joint European Project, Restructuring Teaching in Serbian Medical Faculties,

JEP-18107-2003

(Role – Coordinator)

European Commision TEMPUS 2007-2009

TEMPUS Joint European Project, Building Bioethics Master Program in Serbia, JEP-41131-2006 (Role – Coordinator)

Edwin Arthur Kroeger CV

KROEGER Edwin ArthurCURRICULUM VITAE

NAME KROEGER, Edwin Arthur

PRESENT ADDRESS Department of Physiology

Faculty of Medicine

The University of Manitoba

770 Bannatyne Avenue

Winnipeg, Manitoba

R3E 0W3

DATE OF BIRTH April 26, 1945

PLACE OF BIRTH St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada

CITIZENSHIP Canadian

PRESENT STATUS Professor, Department of Physiology

Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies

Faculty of Medicine

EDUCATION

(a) Secondary ‑ Matriculation, Miles Macdonnel Collegiate, Winnipeg, 1963

(b) University ‑ B.S. (Biology), Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill. 1966

M.Sc. (Physiology), University of Manitoba, Winnipeg 1968

Ph.D. (Physiology), University of Manitoba, Winnipeg 1970

HONOURS/AWARDS

Valedictorian, Miles Macdonnel Collegiate, 1963

Fellowship, The University of Manitoba 1969‑1970

Scholarship, The Medical Research Council of Canada 1972‑1977

Special Merit Award ‑ Medicine 1 Teaching, 1989‑90

Jack Litvak Award, St. Boniface General Hospital Research Foundation, 2000

Outreach Award, University of Manitoba, 2002

Harry Rowsell Award, CCAC, 2008

Named mentorship Award – HS-GSA, 2009

 

EXPERIENCE

1968-1970 Teaching Assistant, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine,

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

1970-1971 Research Associate, Division of Biological and Medical Sciences,

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

1971-1972 Visiting Instructor, Division of Biological and Medical Sciences,

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

1972-1977 Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine,

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1977-1990 Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine,

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1990‑ Professor, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1987-1993 Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

1993-1995 Special Assistant to the Dean of Medicine

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1995- Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies, Faculty of Medicine

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

2001-2002 A/Head, Department of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine

The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

TEACHING INVOLVEMENT

A. Undergraduate - Coordinator, 90.103

B. Graduate

 

‑ Coordinate PHGY 7240 Medical Physiology – Membranes, excitability, neuromuscular junction

PA Physiology - Membranes, excitability, neuromuscular junction

-Teaching contribution to several courses in area of research expertise

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Current Responsibilities

Department

- Coordinator, 90.103 (Fundamentals of Medical Physiology), 1994 –

- Coordinator, 90.724 (Medical Physiology)

Faculty

- Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies, 1995-

- Chair, Faculty Committee for Graduate Studies, 1983 -

- Co-ordinator, Annual Faculty Research Day/ Canadian Student Health Research Forum

- Member, ACMC/AFMC Committee for Research and Graduate Studies 1989 -

Member, Sub-committee for Animal Issues

- PAEP – Curriculum and Progress Committees

University

- Member, Faculty Council for Graduate Studies, 1983 -

- Member, Executive Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies

- Member, Programs and Planning Committee, Faculty of Grad Studies 1999 -

- Member, Senate Animal Care Policy Committee/Senate Committee on Animal Care 1994 -


External

- Member, Research Advisory Committee, Heart and Stroke Fdn 1993- Foundation of Manitoba, 1994 -

- Community Liaison - Speaker on "Careers in Research" and "Animal Research/Ethical Issues" 1985-

- Consulting Assessment Director, CCAC 2002 -

- Member, ICVS Awards Committee, 2001 –

- Co-ordinator, Canadian Student Health Research Forum 1999 –

- Chair, Graduate Studies sub-group of AFMC Standing Committee for Research and Graduate Studies 2008 –

- AFMC rep to CCAC Council 2011 –

- AFMC Rep to ORPHEUS 2012 -

 

Past Experience

 

Department

- A/Head, 2001 - 2002

- Associate Head, Department of Physiology, 1986 - 1996

- Member, Headship Review Committee, Physiology, 1984

- Chair, Graduate Program Committee, Dept. of Physiology, 1979 – 1986

‑ Coordinator, 90.724 (Medical Physiology), 1977 - 2000

 

Faculty

- Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Medicine, 1987 - 1993

- Special Assistant (Planning) to the Dean of Medicine 1993 -1995

Member, Faculty Fund Committee, 1983 - 2005

(Chair, Fellowship Sub-committee)

(Chair, Faculty Travel Sub-committee)

- Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Manitoba Medical Journal 1989 – 1995

- - Member, Research Committee, 1983- 2008

- Advisory Committees

- - Job Creation

- - Space

- - Animal Care

- - Multi-User Equip't

University

- Member, Appeals Committee, Fac. of Graduate Studies, 1984 - 1989; 1995-

- Member, Graduate Course & Regulations Approvals Committee, 1983 -2003

- Member, Faculty of Graduate Studies Awards Committee, 1985 -1993

- Member, Board of Graduate Studies, 1983 – 1999

- Member, University of Manitoba Awards Committee, 1985 –1993

- Member, University Research Committee of Senate, 1988 -1995

(Member, Policy Sub-committee on Academic Misconduct)

- Chair, University Animal Care Committee, 1987 -1993

- Chair, University Biohazards Committee 1988 – 1998

- Member - Graduate Fees Committee (Fac of Grad Studies), 1999-

- Member, Electronic Theses committee (Fac of Grad Studies) 2001 -

- Co-coordinator, UM Exchange Program - Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences, Changchun, PRC 1991 -

- Co-coordinator, UM Exchange Program - Shanghai Medical University, 1993

- Member, Senate, 1999-

- Member, Senate Executive, 2000-

External

- Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1978 - 1992

- Member, MRC Grants Committee for Cell Physiology, 1982 - 1985

- Chair, MHRC Personnel Support Grants Review Committee, 1986 - 1988

- Symposium Organizer, CFBS, 1987, "Regulation of Tone in Smooth Muscle"

- Member, Local Organizing Committee, CFBS, Winnipeg, 1987

- Representative of Can. Physiol. Soc. to CFBS, 1987

- Organizer, "Physiology-Half-Day" CFBS, 1987

- Member, MRC Scholarship Committee, 1988-1990

 

- Member, MRC Maintenance and Multi-User Equipment Committee, 1989-1993; Associate- or Co-Chair, 1993-1996

-Member, MHRC Strategic Health Research Development Fund Review Committee, 1990 -1996

-Member of Council, Cdn Council on Animal Care, 1994 - 1998 (ACMC Rep)

Chair, Finance Sub-Committee (1995-1997)

Chair, Assessment Committee (1996-98)

Chair of Council, 1997

-Alternate, Commonwealth Scholarship Committee, 1994 -1996

-Co-ordinator, CFMS National Student Research Exchange Program, 1992 -1995

-Monitor, Bio-medical research projects of the Cdn. Electrical Assoc.

- Chair, Mechanism of CLA Action in “Role of CLA in Human Health” (Symposium, Winnipeg, Oct 21-23/04)

Research Grants Held (Since 1997)

Sponsor: MMSF

Title: Control of Vascular tone in normal and hyperlipidemic subjects: Effect of oxidized LDL on the endothelium and norepinephrine release

Amount: $20,000

Effective: Jan 1/97 through Dec 31/97

Sponsor: HSCF

Title: Dietary management and pharmacological intervention on the effect of oxidized

lipids on endothelial control of vascular tone in hyperlipidemic patients

Amount: $25,000

Effective: 01 July/97 through 30 June/98

Sponsor: Paul H T Thorlakson Fndn

Title: Endothelium-dependent effect of blood lipids on vasoconstrictor neurotransmission - Role of acyl chain length in potentiating norepinephrine release

Amount: $18,000

Effective: July 01/97 through 30 June/98

Sponsor: Cronus BioPharma

Title: Bronchodilator Development

Amount: $270,000

Effective: Feb /01 – Dec 03

COMMUNITY SERVICE

-Judge, Manitoba Schools Science Fair

-Speaker, Vocational Seminars (re: Careers in Research) and on Animal Ethics/Role of Animals in Research

 

PUBLICATIONS

1. Stephens, N.L., E. Kroeger and J.A. Mehta.

FORCE‑VELOCITY CHARACTERISTICS OF RESPIRATORY AIRWAY

SMOOTH MUSCLE

J. Appl. Physiol. 26 (2): 685‑692, 1969.

2. Stephens, N.L. and E. Kroeger.

EFFECT OF HYPOXIA ON AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE MECHANICS AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY

J. Appl. Physiol. 28 (5): 630‑635, 170.

3. Kroeger, E.A. and N.L. Stephens.

EFFECT OF HYPOXIA ON ENERGY AND CALCIUM METABOLISM IN

AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE

Amer. J. Physiol. 220 (5)P: 1199‑1204, 1971.

4. Marshall, J.M. and E.A. Kroeger.

ADRENERGIC INFLUENCES ON UTERINE SMOOTH MUSCLE

Phil. Trans. Roy Soc. London B265: 135‑148, 1973.

5. Kroeger, E.A. and J.M. Marshall.

BETA‑ADRENERGIC EFFECTS ON RAT MYOMETRIUM: MECHANISM

OF MEMBRANE HYPERPOLARIZATION

Amer. J. Physiol. 225: 1339‑1345, 1973.

6. Kroeger, E.A. and J.M. Marshall.

BETA‑ADRENERGIC EFFECTS OF RAT MYOMETRIUM: ROLE OF

CYCLIC AMP.

Amer. J. Physiol. 226: 1298‑1303, 1974.

7. Kroeger, E.A., J.M. Marshall and C.P. Bianchi.

EFFECT OF ISOPROTERENOL AND D‑600 ON CALCIUM MOVEMENT

IN RAT MYOMETRIUM

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Therap. 193: 309‑316, 1975.

8. Stephens, N.L., E.A. Kroeger and U. Kromer.

INDUCTION OF MYOGENIC RESPONSE IN TONIC AIRWAY SMOOTH

MUSCLE BY TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM

Amer. J. Physiol. 228: 628‑632, 1975.

9. Kroeger, E.A. and N.L. Stephens

EFFECT OF TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM ON TONIC AIRWAY SMOOTH

MUSCLE: INITIATION OF PHASIC OF ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY.

 

Amer. J. Physiol. 228: 633‑636, 1975.

10. Stephens, N.L., E. Kroeger, and K. Wrogemann.

ENERGY METABOLISM: METHODS IN ISOLATED SMOOTH MUSCLE AND METHODS AT SUBCELLULAR LEVELS. In: Methods in

Pharmacology Vol. 3, Smooth Muscle, edited by E.E.

Daniel and D.M. Paton, pp. 555‑592, 1975.

11. Kroeger, E.A.

EFFECT OF IONIC ENVIRONMENT ON OXYGEN UPTAKE AND

LACTATE PRODUCTION OF MYOMETRIUM.

Amer. J. Physiol. 230: 158‑162, 1976.

12. Rezek, M. and E.A. Kroeger

GLUCOSE ANTIMETABOLITES AND HUNGER

The J. of Nutrition 106: 143‑157, 1976.

13. Kroeger, E.A.

REGULATION OF METABOLISM OF CYCLIC AMP AND ION PUMPING IN

SMOOTH MUSCLE. In: The Biochemistry of Smooth Muscle, edited by N.L. Stephens, Baltimore, University Park Press, 1977.

14. Kroeger, E.A., T.S. Teo, H. Ho and J.H.Wang

RELAXANTS, CYCLIC AMP AND Ca METABOLISM IN SMOOTH MUSCLE. In: The Biochemistry of Smooth Muscle, edited by N.L. Stephens, Baltimore, University Park Press, 1977.

15. Stephens, N.L., R.W. Mitchell and E.A. Kroeger.

SMOOTH MUSCLE BIOCHEMISTRY AND HYPOXIA. In: The Biochemistry of Smooth Muscle, edited by N.L. Stephens, Baltimore, University Park Press 1977.

16. Stephens, N.L., E.A. Kroeger, and W. Loh

INTRACELLULAR pH IN HYPOXIC SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Am. J. Physiol. 232: E330‑E335, 1977.

17. Rezek, M., E.A. Kroeger, H. Lesiuk, V. Havlicek and D. Novin. CEREBRAL

AND HEPATIC GLUCORECEPTORS:ASSESSMENT OF THEIR ROLE INTAKE CONTROL BY THE UPTAKE OF 3H‑2 DEOXY‑D‑GLUCOSE (2DG).

 

Physiol. Behavior 18: 679‑683, 1977.

18. Rezek, M., V. Havlicek, L. Leybin, C. Pinsky, E.A.

Kroeger, K.R. Hughes and H.G. Friesen.

NEOSTRIATAL ADMINISTRATION OF SOMATOSTATIN (SRIF): DIFFERENTIAL EFFECT OF SMALL AND LARGE DOSES ON BEHAVIOR AND MOTOR CONTROL.

Canadian J. Physiol. Pharmacol. 55: 234‑242, 1977.

19. Antonissen, L.A., R.W. Mitchell, E.A. Kroeger, W.

Kepron, K.S. Tse and N.L. Stephens.

MECHANICAL ALTERATIONS OF AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE IN A

CANINE ASTHMATIC MODEL.

J. Appl. Physiol. 46: 681‑687, 1979.

20. Kroeger, E.A.

EFFECT OF TISSUE ADENOSINE 3':5'‑MONOPHOSPHATE ON THE

POTASSIUM CONTRACTURE OF MYOMETRIUM: ROLE OF

ENDOGENOUS NOREPINEPHRINE.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 210: 82‑86, 1979.

21. Antonissen, L.A., R.W. Mitchell, E.A. Kroeger, W. Kepron, N.L. Stephens and J. Bergen.

HISTAMINE PHARMACOLOGY IN AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE FROM

A CANINE MODEL OF ASTHMA.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 213: 150‑144, 1980.

22. Stephens, N.L., R.W. Mitchell, L.A. Antonissen, U. Kromer, B. Hanks, E.A.

Kroeger and W. Kepron.

AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND

METABOLISM. IN: AIRWAY REACTIVITY. Ed. E.E.

Hargreave, Astra pp. 110‑131, 1980.

23. Stephens, N.L. and E.A. Kroeger.

CALCIUM SEQUESTRATION AND RELAXATION OF VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE. In: Vasodilatation, Ed. P. Vanhoutte, pp. 367‑

380, Raven Press, 1981.

24. Kroeger, E.A.

 

CYCLIC NUCLEOTIDES AND SMOOTH MUSCLE FUNCTION. In:

The Biochemistry of Smooth Muscle, Ed. N.L. Stephens,

CRC Press, Vol. 3, pp. 129‑139, 1983.

25. Kroeger, E.A.

MYOGENIC RESPONSE IN SMOOTH MUSCLE. In: Smooth Muscle Contraction. Ed. N.L. Stephens, Marcel Dekker, NY., pp. 231‑244, 1984.

26. Stephens, N.L., E.A.Kroeger and S.W.Kong.

TECHNIQUES FOR THE STUDY OF AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE. In:

Techniques in Respiratory Physiology, Part II (ed. A.B.Otis) pp. 418: 1‑27, 1984.

27. Kroeger, E.A. and L.J. Brandes.

EVIDENCE THAT TAMOXIFEN IS A HISTAMINE ANTAGONIST.

Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 131 (2): 750‑755, 1985.

28. Bergen. J. and E.A. Kroeger.

ADRENOCEPTOR MEDIATED MECHANICAL RESPONSES OF CANINE

TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 238 (2): 679‑684, 1986.

29. Mitchell, R.W., L.A. Antonissen, W. Kepron, E.A.

Kroeger and N.L. Stephens.

EFFECT OF ATROPINE ON THE HYPERRESPONSIVENESS OF

RAGWEED SENSITIZED CANINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 236 (3): 803‑809, 1986.

30. Mitchell, R.W., E.A. Kroeger, W. Kepron, and N.L.

Stephens LOCAL PARASYMPATHETIC MECHANISMS FOR RAGWEED

SENSITIZED CANINE TRACHEALIS HYPERRESPONSIVENESS.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 243: 907‑914, 1987.

31. Kroeger, E.A., J.M. Bergen, and R.W. Mitchell.

EFFECT OF ACTIVE SENSITIZATION ON AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE

RESPONSIVENESS TO ADRENERGIC AND CHOLINERGIC MECHANISMS IN VITRO. In: Mechanisms in Asthma: Pharmacology,

Physiology, Management. Prog. Clin. Biol. Res. 263: 219‑230, 1988.

 

32. Carter, S.A., E. Dean and E.A. Kroeger.

APPARENT FINGER SYSTOLIC PRESSURES DURING COOLING IN

RAYNAUD'S SYNDROME.

Circulation. 77: 988‑996, 1988.

33. Gill, K.K. and E.A. Kroeger.

EFFECTS OF INDOMETHACIN ON NEURAL AND MYOGENIC

COMPONENTS IN EQUINE AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE.

J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 252: 358‑364, 1990.

34. Pierce, G.N., N. Afzal, E.A. Kroeger, M.K. Lockwood,

M.J.B. Kutryk, C.D. Eckhart and N. S. Dhalla.

CATARACT FORMATION AND RETINAL MICROVASCULAR DAMAGE

IS PREVENTED BY ADMINISTRATION OF VERAPAMIL TO DIABETIC

RATS. Endocrinology 125:730 ‑ 735, 1989.

35. Pierce, G.N., T.G. Maddaford, E.A. Kroeger and E.J. Cragoe.

PROTECTION BY BENZAMIL AGAINST DYSFUNCTION AND DAMAGE IN RAT MYOCARDIUM AFTER CALCIUM DEPLETION AND REPLETION.Amer. J. Physiol. 258: H17-23, 1990

36. Hatch, G.M., R.Y.K. Man, E.A. Kroeger and P.C. Choy.

LOSARTAN-MEDIATED REGULATION OF PHOSPHOLIPID BIOSYNTHESIS

Proc Western Pharmacol. Soc. (1997)

37. Chen, L., B. Liang, D.E. Froese, S. Liu, J.T. Wong,, K. Tran, G.M.Hatch, D. Mymin, E.A. Kroeger, R.Y.K. Man and P. C. Choy

OXIDATIVE MODIFICATION OF LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN IN NORMAL AND HYPERLIPIDEMIC PATIENTS: EFFECT OF LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE COMPOSITION ON VASCULAR RELAXATION

J. Lipid Res. 38:546-553, 1997

38. Liu, S-Y, L. Chen, F.Xu, E. A. Kroeger, P.C. Choy and R.Y.K. Man

PROTECTION OF LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN AGAINST COPPER-

MEDIATED OXIDATIVE MODIFICATION: THE IMPORTANCE OF LIPOXYGENASE INHIBITION AND ANTIOXIDANT ACTION

Brit. J. Pharmacol. 119:240P, 1996

39. Froese, D.E., L. Chen, S-Y Liu, T. C. Dembinski, G.M Hatch, D. Mymin, G. Shen, A. Angel, E. A. Kroeger, P. C. Choy and R. Y. K. Man

GENDER-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN OXIDIZED LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS (LDL)

Brit. J. Clin. Pharmacol 42:662p-663p, 1996

 

40. Choy, P.C., K. Tran, G.M. Hatch and E.A. Kroeger

PHOSPHOLIPID METABOLISM IN THE MAMMALIAN HEART

Prog. Lipid Res. (1997)

41. Hatch, G.M., D. Lee, R.Y.K. Man, E.A. Kroeger and P.C. Choy

ON THE MECHANISM OF THE LOSARTAN-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF

PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE BIOSYNTHESIS IN H9c2 CELLS

Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1347:183-190, 1997

42. Froese, D.E., McMaster, J., Man, R.Y.K., Choy, P.C. and E.A. Kroeger

INHIBITION OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT VASCULAR RELAXATION BY LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE: IMPACT OF LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE ON MECHANISMS INVOLVING ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED NITRIC OXIDE AND ENDOTHELIUM-DERIVED HYPERPOLARIZING FACTOR

Mol. Cell. Biochem. 197:1-6, 1999

43. Liang, B., J. C. McMaster, E.A.Kroeger, G.M. Hatch, D. Mymin, T. Dembinsky, G. Arthur, G. Shen, R.Y. K. Man and P. C. Choy

THE EFFECT OF FENOFIBRATE TREATMENT ON ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION INDUCED BY OXIDATIVE MODIFIED LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN FROM HYPERLIPIDEMIC PATIENTS

Mol. Cell. Biochem. 207:123-129, 2000

44. Zhu,Q., J.McMaster, D. Mymin, T. Dembinsky, G. Hatch, P.C. Choy and E. A. Kroeger

EFFECTS OF ATORVASTATIN TREATMENT ON THE OXIDATIVELY MODIFIED LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTIEN IN HYPERLIPIDEMIC PATIENTS

Mol. Cell. Biochem. 207:9-17, 2000

45. Jiang, Y.J., G.M. Hatch, D. Mymin, T. Dembinski, E.A. Kroeger and P.C. Choy

MODULATION OF CYTOSOLIC PHOSPHOLIPASE A2 BY PPAR ACTIVATORS IN HUMAN PREADIPOCYTES

J. Lipid Res 42: 716-24, 2001

46. T.-R. Xu, B. Sun, B.G.T. Peters, G.M. Hatch, D. Mymin, E.A. Kroeger, X. Yang, P.C. Choy, and Y.J. Jiang

Up-regulation of cycloioxygenase-1 by retinoic acids in human premonocytic U937 cells

J. Lipid Res (in revision, 2002)

47. Y.J. Jiang, T-R Xu, B. Liu, D. Mymin, E.A. Kroeger, T. Dembinski, X. Yang, G.M. Hatch and P.C. Choy

Cyclooxygenase expression is elevated in retinoic acid-differentiated U937 cells

Biochim Biophys Acta 1633: 51 – 60, 2003

48. H. Ji, J.Y. Jiang, Z. Xu, E.A. Kroeger, S.S. Lee, H. Liu, H. Shen, M. Zhang, G.Y. Minuk, P.C. Choy, and Y. Gong.

CHANGE IN LIPID PROFILE AND IMPAIRMENT OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION OF BLOOD VESSELS IN RATS AFTER BILE DUCT LIGATION. Life Sciences 73:1253-1263, 2003

49 Shu Guang Cao, Chris Y.L. Siow, Thomas Dembinski, David Mymin, Edwin A. Kroeger, Patrick C. Choy and Grant M. Hatch

CARDIAC PHOSPHATIDYLGLYCEROL IS REDUCED IN DIABETIC CARDIOMYOPATHIC HAMSTERS: A NEW MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF CARDIAC PHOSPHATIDYGLYCEROL METABOLISM Curr Topics in Biochem Res 2004

50. Dupasquier, C.M.C., A.-M. Weber, B.P. Ander, P. Rampersad, S. Steigerwald, J.T. Wigle, R.W. Mitchell, E.A. Kroeger, J.S.C. Gilchrist, M.M. Moghadasian, A. Lukas, and G.N. Pierce.

The effects of dietary flaxseed on vascular contractile function and atherosclerosis in rabbits during prolonged hypercholesterolemia. Am. J. Physiol. Heart Circ. Physiol. 291(6);H2987-H2996, 2006.

Submitted

Liu, S-Y., L. Chen, D. Froese, T.C. Dembinski, G.M. Hatch, D. Mymin, G. Shen,

A. Angel, G. Arthur, E.A. Kroeger, P.C.Choy and R.Y.K. Man.

IMPAIRMENT OF ENDOTHELIUM-DEPENDENT RELAXATION BY OXIDATIVELY MODIFIED LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN IS GENDER-

DEPENDENT IN HYPERLIPIDEMIC SUBJECTS

J. Cardiovasc. Res.

 

ABSTRACTS

1. Stephens, N.L., E. Kroeger, and A. Naimark.

FORCE‑VELOCITY RELATIONSHIPS OF CANINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE: EFFECT OF HYPOXIA.

Fed. Proc. 27 (2): 228, 1968,

2. Stephens, N.L., E. Kroeger, and U. Kromer.

PROPERTIES OF AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE (TRACHEALIS)

MITOCHONDRIA PO 940 of Abstracts of presentations at

the 12th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Thoracic

Society, June 1970.

3. Marshall, J.M., and E. Kroeger.

BETA‑ADRENERGIC EFFECTS ON RAT UTERUS. 1. IONIC

MECHANISMS OF HYPERPOLARIZATION.

The Pharmacologist 13: 315, 1971.

4. Kroeger, E.A., and J.M. Marshall.

BETA‑ADRENERGIC EFFECTS ON RAT UTERUS. 2. RELATION TO CAMP AND Ca.

The Pharmacologist 13: 315, 1971.

5. Kroeger, E.A., N.L. Stephens and R.M. Cherniak.

EFFECT OF HYPOXIA ON AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE MECHANICS AND ELECTRO‑ PHYSIOLOGY.

Fed. Proc. 28 (2): 525, 1969.

6. Kroeger, E.A., N.L. Stephens and R.M. Cherniack.

EFFECT OF HYPOXIA ON CALCIUM CONTENT AND EXCHANGE

KINETICS IN AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE (ASM).

Fed. Proc. 29 (2): 262, 1970.

7. Kroeger, E.A., J. Marshall, and C. Bianchi.

EFFECTS OF MUSCLE RELAXANTS ON TISSUE Ca IN THE RAT

MYOMETRIUM .

Fed. Proc. 32: 767, 1973.

8. Kroeger, E.A. and J.A. Moorhouse.

INITIATION OF PHASIC MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ACTIVITY IN TONIC TRACHEA AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE (TSM) WITH

TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM (TEA+).

Fed. Proc. 32: 389, 1973.

9. Kroeger, E.A. and J.A. Moorhouse.

EFFECT OF POTASSIUM, CARBACHOL, PGE, AND Ca ON THE BREAKDOWN OF CYCLIC AMP IN RAT MYOMETRIUM.

Fed. Proc. 33: 451, 1974.

10. Kroeger, E.A. and N.L. Stephens.

INDUCTION OF A MYOGENIC RESPONSE IN TRACHEAL AIRWAY

SMOOTH MUSCLE BY TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM (TEA+). ROLE OF

Ca2+ and Mg2+.

Fed. Proc. 33: 1294, 1974.

11. Kroeger, E.A.

ROLE OF CYCLIC AMP (cAMP) IN INHIBITION OF MYOMETRIUM. EFFECT OF Ca ON cAMP BREAKDOWN TISSUE.

Advances in Cyclic Nucleotide Research Vol. 5: 841,

1975.

12. Stephens, N.L., E.A. Kroeger, R.W. Mitchell and W. Loh.

MECHANISM OF ACTION OF HYPOXIA: THE ROLE OF

INTRACELLULAR pH.

Proc. Int. Cong. Physiol., 1974.

13. Simmons, B.J.K. and E.A. Kroeger.

EFFECT OF MEMBRANE RESISTANCE AND Ca ON

TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM (TEA)‑INDUCED ACTION POTENTIALS OF

CANINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Proc. Canadian Fed. Biol. Soc. 18: 142, 1975.

14. Kroeger, E.A., T. S. Teo, H. Ho and J.H. Wang.

EFFECT OF Ca AND PROTEIN ACTIVATING FACTOR (PAF) ON

PHOSPHODIESTERASES OF RAT MYOMETRIUM.

Proc. Canadian Fed. Biol. Soc. 18: 142, 1975.

15. Kroeger, E.A. and A. Naimark.

EFFECT OF IONIC MOVEMENT ON METABOLISM OF MYOMETRIUM. Fed. Proc. 34: 361, 1975.

16. Havlicek, V., R. Herchl, M. Rezek, E.A. Kroeger, K.R.

Hughes, H. Lesiuk and H. Friesen.

SOMATOMEDIN (SRIF) ACTION ON CYCLIC AMP IN RAT BRAIN: ROLE OF CENTRAL ADRENERGIC MECHANISMS.

Federation of American Societies for Experimental

Biology, Vol. 35, No. 3, 782, 1976.

17. Simmons, B.K.J. and E.A. Kroeger.

THE ROLE OF Ca IN THE ACTION POTENTIAL OF

TETRAETHYLAMMONIUM (TEA)‑TREATED TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE (TSM).

Fed. Proc. 35: 285, 1976.

18. Kroeger, E.A. and A. Naimark.

EFFECT OF CYCLIC AMP AND NOREPINEPHRINE (NE) STORES ON MECHANICAL RESPONSE TO HIGH‑K OF GRAVID AND NON‑GRAVID TERM PREGNANT MYOMETRIUM.

Fed. Proc. 35: 776, 1976.

19. Kroeger, E.A.

EFFECT OF NOREPINEPHRINE (NE) ON TISSUE CYCLIC AMP

LEVELS AND MECHANICAL RESPONSES OF TERM PREGNANT

MYOMETRIUM.

Fed. Proc. 36: 500, 1977.

20. Antonissen, L.A., R.W. Mitchell, E.A. Kroeger, and N.L. Stephens.

AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE PHARMACOLOGY IN A CANINE ASTHMATIC MODEL.

Fed. Proc. 37: 639, 1978.

21. Kroeger, E.A., B. Wellemin and G. Bourgeois.

EFFECT OF AN UNIDENTIFIED FACTOR FROM BLOOD IN CANINE

AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Fed. Proc. 37: 639, 1978.

22. Bergen, J. and E.A. Kroeger.

RESPONSES OF NORMAL AND IMMUNOLOGICALLY SENSITIZED

CANINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE TO ALPHA ADRENOCEPTOR

ACTIVATION.

Proc. Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. 22: 175, 1979.

23. Bergen, J.M. and E.A. Kroeger.

ISOMETRIC TENSION RESPONSES TO NOREPINEPHRINE IN CANINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE (TSM).

Fed. Proc. 39: 1175, 1980.

24. Kroeger, E.A. and J.M. Bergen.

PRESYNAPTIC REGULATION OF CHOLINERGIC AND ADRENERGIC

NEUROTRANS‑MITTER RELEASE BY HISTAMINE AND SEROTONIN IN AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Fed. Proc. 39: 1176, 1980.

25. Bergen, J. and E.A. Kroeger.

FACTORS AFFECTING 3H‑NE RELEASE FROM ADRENERGIC NERVES IN CANINE TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE (TSM).

Can. Fed. Bioll Soc. 24: 122, 1981.

26. Mitchell, R.W., E.A. Kroeger and N.L. Stephens.

POTENTIATION OF 21 mM K+ MECHANICAL RESPONSES AFTER

EXPOSURE TO HISTAMINE (HIST).

Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. 24: 123, 1981.

27. Tesarowski, D.B., J. Bergen and E.A. Kroeger.

REVERSAL OF INDOMETHACIN (INDO) POTENTIATION ON

MECHANICAL RESPONSES BY COMPOUND FPL 55712 IN CANINE

TRACHEAL SMOOTH MUSCLE (TSM).

Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. 24: 124, 1981.

28. Tesarowski, D.B. and E.A. Kroeger.

EFFECT OF ARACHIDONIC ACID (AA) METABOLISM ON

MECHANICAL RESPONSES IN CANINE AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE

(CASM) TO STIMULATORY AGONISTS.

Fed. Proc. 41: 1511, 1982.

29. Kroeger, E.A. and J. Bergen.

PREJUNCTIONAL RECEPTORS AFFECTING NOREPINEPHRINE (NE)

OVERFLOW FROM ADRENERGIC NERVES IN CANINE TRACHEAL

SMOOTH MUSCLE (TSM).

Fed. Proc. 41: 1511, 1982.

30. Kroeger, E.A.

ROLES OF Na/K TRANSPORT IN THE REGULATION OF AIRWAY

SMOOTH MUSCLE TONE.

Fed. Proc. 43: 341, 1984.

31. Tesarowski, D.B. and E.A. Kroeger. EFFECT OF Ca ON

HISTAMINE TACHYPHYLAXIS IN CANINE AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Fed. Proc. 43: 429, 1984.

32. Tesarowski, D.B. and E.A. Kroeger.

EFFECT OF ARACHIDONIC ACID (AA) ON MECHANICAL RESPONSES OF ISOLATED CANINE AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE (CASM).

Fed. Proc. 44: 491, 1984.

33. Kroeger, E.A., E. Dean and S.A. Carter.

EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON ADRENOCEPTOR‑MEDIATED

RESPONSES OF HUMAN DIGITAL ARTERIAL SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Fed. Proc. 44: 1903, 1985.

34. Carter, S.A., E. Dean and E.A. Kroeger.

APPARENT FINGER SYSTOLIC PRESSURES DURING LOCAL COOLING IN SUBJECTS WITH AND WITHOUT RAYNAUD'S SYNDROME.

Symp. Noninvasive Diagnostic Tech. in Vascular Disease

San Diego, 1985.

 

35. Tesarowski, D.B. and E.A. Kroeger.

PHARMACOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR LIPOXYGENASE PRODUCT

GENERATION IN EQUINE AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE (EASM).

Proc. Int. Univ. Physiol. Sci. 16: 144, 1986.

36. Kroeger, E.A.

A DIRECT ROLE FOR THE Na PUMP IN THE CONTROL OF AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE TONE.

Proc. Int. Union Physiol. Sci. 16: 147, 1986.

37. Tesarowski, D.B. and E.A. Kroeger.

EFFECT OF INDOMETHACIN AND LEUKOTRIENES ON EQUINE

AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE TONE.

Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 135 (4): A91, 1987.

38. Tesarowski, D.B. and E.A. Kroeger.

DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF INDOMETHAIN AND ETYA ON

HISTAMINE TACHYPHYLAXIS IN CANINE AIRWAY SMOOTH MUSCLE.

Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. (1988).

39. Kroeger, E.A.

ROLES OF THE Na/K PUMP IN THE REGULATION OF AIRWAY

SMOOTH MUSCLE TONE.

Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. (1988)

40. Froese, D.E., L. Chen, T. C. Dembinski, G.M. Hatch, D. Mymin, G. Shen, A. Angel, E.A. Kroeger, P.C. Choy and R.Y.K. Man.

GENDER-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN OXIDIZED LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS (LDL) IN HYPERLIPIDEMIC AND NORMAL SUBJECTS.

Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. (1996)

41. Chen, L., D.E.Froese, J.T. Wong, K. Tran, E.A. Kroeger, R.Y.K. Man and P.C.Choy.

LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE COMPOSITION AND VASCULAR RELAXATION IN LDL FROM NORMAL AND HYPERLIPIDEMIC PATIENTS.

Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. (1996)

42. Hatch, G.M., R. Y. K. Man, E. A, Kroeger and P. C. Choy

LOSARTAN-MEDIATED REGULATION OF PHOSPHOLIPID BIOSYNTHESIS

Proc. Western Pharmacol. Soc. 1997

43. Lee, D. P., G. M. Hatch, E. A. Kroeger and P. C. Choy

 

ON THE MECHANISM OF THE LOSARTAN-MEDIATED INHIBITION OF PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE BIOSYNTHESIS IN H9c2 CELLS

Can. Fed. Biol. Soc. (1997)