Work with thought leaders and academic experts in cell biology

Companies can greatly benefit from working with experts in the field of Cell Biology. These researchers can provide valuable insights and expertise to enhance research and development efforts. They can help in developing innovative solutions and technologies, improving product quality and safety, and optimizing manufacturing processes. Additionally, collaborating with Cell Biology experts can lead to the discovery of new applications and opportunities in various industries such as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, agriculture, and environmental sciences. By leveraging their knowledge and skills, companies can gain a competitive edge, accelerate scientific advancements, and drive business growth.

Researchers on NotedSource with backgrounds in cell biology include Boris Leibovitch, Michael W Harman, Regan Hamel, Dr. Everson A Nunes, Ph.D., Elvira Forte, Elena Shersher, Ph.D., Susan Song, MD/PhD, Luca Delfinis, Sheed Itaman, Burcu Vitrinel, Ph.D., John M Baust, Ph.D, Dr. Hannah Actor-Engel, Ph.D., and Denver Ncube, Ph.D..

Boris Leibovitch

New York, New York, United States of America
Experienced wet lab and in teaching Molecular Cell biologist, geneticist, cancer biologist in Academia
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (8)
Cancer Research
Developmental Biology
Molecular Biology
Hematology
Immunology
And 3 more
About
I am experienced molecular and cell biologist with deep genetics background who worked many years in USA and Russia on the bench and as teacher. Both types of work had demanded extremely broad knowledge and understanding of developments in the fields. Participation in grant writing, editorial/reviewer work for scientific journals and consulting colleagues on these subjects added a lot to my broad experience as the scientist.
Most Relevant Publications (3+)

22 total publications

Adipocyte derived paracrine mediators of mammary ductal morphogenesis controlled by retinoic acid receptors

Developmental Biology / Jan 01, 2011

Marzan, C. V., Kupumbati, T. S., Bertran, S. P., Samuels, T., Leibovitch, B., Mira-y-Lopez, R., Ossowski, L., & Farias, E. F. (2011). Adipocyte derived paracrine mediators of mammary ductal morphogenesis controlled by retinoic acid receptors. Developmental Biology, 349(2), 125–136. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ydbio.2010.10.018

The MMSET protein is a histone methyltransferase with characteristics of a transcriptional corepressor

Blood / Mar 15, 2008

Marango, J., Shimoyama, M., Nishio, H., Meyer, J. A., Min, D.-J., Sirulnik, A., Martinez-Martinez, Y., Chesi, M., Bergsagel, P. L., Zhou, M.-M., Waxman, S., Leibovitch, B. A., Walsh, M. J., & Licht, J. D. (2008). The MMSET protein is a histone methyltransferase with characteristics of a transcriptional corepressor. Blood, 111(6), 3145–3154. https://doi.org/10.1182/blood-2007-06-092122

GAGA Factor and the TFIID Complex Collaborate in Generating an Open Chromatin Structure at the Drosophila melanogaster hsp26 Promoter

Molecular and Cellular Biology / Sep 01, 2002

Leibovitch, B. A., Lu, Q., Benjamin, L. R., Liu, Y., Gilmour, D. S., & Elgin, S. C. R. (2002). GAGA Factor and the TFIID Complex Collaborate in Generating an Open Chromatin Structure at the Drosophila melanogaster hsp26 Promoter. Molecular and Cellular Biology, 22(17), 6148–6157. https://doi.org/10.1128/mcb.22.17.6148-6157.2002

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Dr. Everson A Nunes, Ph.D.

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post-Doctoral Fellow at McMaster University | former Associate Professor - Physiological Sciences
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (39)
skeletal muscle
nutrition
physical activity
obesity
cancer
And 34 more
About
Dr. Everson A Nunes is a highly accomplished researcher and educator in the field of physiological sciences. He received his Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Biology with a focus on Physiological Sciences from Universidade Federal do Paraná in 2009, after completing a BSc in Human Nutrition and an MSc in Physiological Sciences. He also holds a specialization in Exercise Physiology and a BSc in Biological Sciences from Universidade Federal do Paraná. Dr. Nunes has a strong background in research, having completed two post-doctoral fellowships at McMaster University and Universidade Federal do Paraná. He has also held positions as an associate professor and assistant professor at Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, and his research focuses on the effects of exercise and nutrition on physiological processes in the human body. In addition to his research, Dr. Nunes is also a dedicated educator. He has taught at various universities in Brazil, including Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Universidade Gama Filho, Faculdades Integradas Espírita, Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná, and Faculdade do Litoral Sul. He is known for his dynamic teaching style and his ability to engage students in complex physiological concepts. Dr. Nunes is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Society for Nutrition, the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology, the Canadian Nutrition Society and the Brazilian Society of Physiology. He is also a regular speaker at national and international conferences, sharing his expertise and research findings with colleagues and students. Overall, Dr. Nunes is a highly qualified and experienced professional in physiological sciences, metabolism, cancer and nutrition. His dedication to research and education makes him a valuable asset to any institution.
Most Relevant Publications (8+)

97 total publications

Fish Oil Decreases C‐Reactive Protein/Albumin Ratio Improving Nutritional Prognosis and Plasma Fatty Acid Profile in Colorectal Cancer Patients

Lipids / Jul 26, 2013

Mocellin, M. C., Pastore e Silva, J. de A., Camargo, C. de Q., Fabre, M. E. de S., Gevaerd, S., Naliwaiko, K., Moreno, Y. M. F., Nunes, E. A., & Trindade, E. B. S. de M. (2013). Fish Oil Decreases C‐Reactive Protein/Albumin Ratio Improving Nutritional Prognosis and Plasma Fatty Acid Profile in Colorectal Cancer Patients. Lipids, 48(9), 879–888. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11745-013-3816-0

Fish Oil Supplementation Improves Neutrophil Function During Cancer Chemotherapy

Lipids / Dec 11, 2011

Bonatto, S. J. R., Oliveira, H. H. P., Nunes, E. A., Pequito, D., Iagher, F., Coelho, I., Naliwaiko, K., Kryczyk, M., Brito, G. A. P., Repka, J., Sabóia, L. V., Fukujima, G., Calder, P. C., & Fernandes, L. C. (2011). Fish Oil Supplementation Improves Neutrophil Function During Cancer Chemotherapy. Lipids, 47(4), 383–389. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11745-011-3643-0

Insulin rapidly increases skeletal muscle mitochondrial ADP sensitivity in the absence of a high lipid environment

Biochemical Journal / Jul 09, 2021

Brunetta, H. S., Petrick, H. L., Vachon, B., Nunes, E. A., & Holloway, G. P. (2021). Insulin rapidly increases skeletal muscle mitochondrial ADP sensitivity in the absence of a high lipid environment. Biochemical Journal, 478(13), 2539–2553. https://doi.org/10.1042/bcj20210264

Disuse-induced skeletal muscle atrophy in disease and nondisease states in humans: mechanisms, prevention, and recovery strategies

American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology / Jun 01, 2022

Nunes, E. A., Stokes, T., McKendry, J., Currier, B. S., & Phillips, S. M. (2022). Disuse-induced skeletal muscle atrophy in disease and nondisease states in humans: mechanisms, prevention, and recovery strategies. American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology, 322(6), C1068–C1084. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajpcell.00425.2021

Glucose homeostasis in two degrees of sepsis lethality induced by caecum ligation and puncture in mice

International Journal of Experimental Pathology / Dec 01, 2017

Ferreira, F. B. D., dos Santos, C., Bruxel, M. A., Nunes, E. A., Spiller, F., & Rafacho, A. (2017). Glucose homeostasis in two degrees of sepsis lethality induced by caecum ligation and puncture in mice. International Journal of Experimental Pathology, 98(6), 329–340. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1111/iep.12255

Lymphocytes transfer [14C]‐labeled fatty acids to skeletal muscle in culture; modulation by exercise

Cell Biochemistry and Function / May 26, 2010

Brito, G. A. P., Nunes, E. A., Nogata, C., Yamazaky, R. K., Naliwaiko, K., Curi, R., & Fernandes, L. C. (2010). Lymphocytes transfer [14C]‐labeled fatty acids to skeletal muscle in culture; modulation by exercise. Cell Biochemistry and Function, 28(4), 278–282. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1002/cbf.1652

Decreased tumor growth in Walker 256 tumor-bearing rats chronically supplemented with fish oil involves COX-2 and PGE2 reduction associated with apoptosis and increased peroxidation

Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids / Feb 01, 2007

Mund, R. C., Pizato, N., Bonatto, S., Nunes, E. A., Vicenzi, T., Tanhoffer, R., de Oliveira, H. H. P., Curi, R., Calder, P. C., & Fernandes, L. C. (2007). Decreased tumor growth in Walker 256 tumor-bearing rats chronically supplemented with fish oil involves COX-2 and PGE2 reduction associated with apoptosis and increased peroxidation. Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids, 76(2), 113–120. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.plefa.2006.11.008

The effects of peroxovanadate and peroxovanadyl on glucose metabolism in vivo and identification of signal transduction proteins involved in the mechanism of action in isolated soleus muscle

Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry / May 01, 2005

Yamazaki, R. K., Hirabara, S. M., Tchaikovski, O., Lopes, M. C. P., Nogata, C., Aikawa, J., Nunes, E. A., Tanhoffer, R. A., Lissa, M. D., & Fernandes, L. C. (2005). The effects of peroxovanadate and peroxovanadyl on glucose metabolism in vivo and identification of signal transduction proteins involved in the mechanism of action in isolated soleus muscle. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, 273(1–2), 145–150. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11010-005-8265-5

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Elvira Forte

New York, New York, United States of America
Scientific strategist • Senior Scientist • Senior Scientific Editor
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (26)
fibrosis
inflammation
cardiomyopathies
Physiology
Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine
And 21 more
About
Motivated and growth-driven biomedical scientist with over 15 years of experience in the cardiovascular field. Strong background in cell and molecular biology, data analysis, and interpretation. Seeking #newopportunities to deliver value as a Senior Scientist, Associate Principal Scientist, Scientific Liaison, or Scientific Consultant within a company that combines new technologies such as single-cell omics and AI for drug discovery and personalized medicine. <br> Throughout my career, I've used various in vivo and in vitro models to investigate the molecular and cellular mechanisms of fibrosis and inflammation in the heart, and how these mechanisms are affected in mice with different genetic backgrounds. My experience includes project management and mentoring. I completed three projects involving international collaborations, supervised two junior researchers, and taught cellular and molecular techniques to at least six professionals. As one of the launching editors and senior editor at Nature Cardiovascular Research, I oversaw the quality of the content published in the journal and the editorial process. I collaborated with authors, reviewers, and editors to ensure the highest standards of scientific rigor, relevance, and innovation. I also contributed to the journal's vision, strategy, and outreach, promoting the latest advances and discoveries in the cardiovascular and hematology fields. This experience has sharpened my analytical and communication skills and broadened my understanding of the field, covering a wide range of studies, from basic research to clinical, epidemiological, and public health research. My mission is to advance the knowledge and practice of cardiovascular medicine and to bridge the gap between research and clinical applications. Keywords: cardiovascular, #fibrosis, inflammation, cardioimmunology, RNA, single-cell biology, #transcriptomics, imaging, animal models, small animal surgery, and scientific writing.
Most Relevant Publications (9+)

63 total publications

Developmental origins and lineage descendants of endogenous adult cardiac progenitor cells

Stem Cell Research / Nov 01, 2014

Chong, J. J. H., Forte, E., & Harvey, R. P. (2014). Developmental origins and lineage descendants of endogenous adult cardiac progenitor cells. Stem Cell Research, 13(3), 592–614. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scr.2014.09.008

Serum and supplement optimization for EU GMP‐compliance in cardiospheres cell culture

Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine / Jan 20, 2014

Chimenti, I., Gaetani, R., Forte, E., Angelini, F., De Falco, E., Zoccai, G. B., Messina, E., Frati, G., & Giacomello, A. (2014). Serum and supplement optimization for <scp>EU GMP</scp>‐compliance in cardiospheres cell culture. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, 18(4), 624–634. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcmm.12210

Cardiospheres and tissue engineering for myocardial regeneration: potential for clinical application

Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine / May 01, 2010

Gaetani, R., Rizzitelli, G., Chimenti, I., Barile, L., Forte, E., Ionta, V., Angelini, F., Sluijter, J. P. G., Barbetta, A., Messina, E., & Frati, G. (2010). Cardiospheres and tissue engineering for myocardial regeneration: potential for clinical application. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, no-no. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1582-4934.2010.01078.x

TGFβ-Dependent Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition Is Required to Generate Cardiospheres from Human Adult Heart Biopsies

Stem Cells and Development / Nov 20, 2012

Forte, E., Miraldi, F., Chimenti, I., Angelini, F., Zeuner, A., Giacomello, A., Mercola, M., & Messina, E. (2012). TGFβ-Dependent Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition Is Required to Generate Cardiospheres from Human Adult Heart Biopsies. Stem Cells and Development, 21(17), 3081–3090. https://doi.org/10.1089/scd.2012.0277

Different types of cultured human adult Cardiac Progenitor Cells have a high degree of transcriptome similarity

Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine / Oct 14, 2014

Gaetani, R., Feyen, D. A. M., Doevendans, P. A., Gremmels, H., Forte, E., Fledderus, J. O., Ramjankhan, F. Z., Messina, E., Sussman, M. A., Giacomello, A., & Sluijter, J. P. G. (2014). Different types of cultured human adult Cardiac Progenitor Cells have a high degree of transcriptome similarity. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, 18(11), 2147–2151. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcmm.12458

Cardiac Cell Therapy: The Next (Re)Generation

Stem Cell Reviews and Reports / Mar 25, 2011

Forte, E., Chimenti, I., Barile, L., Gaetani, R., Angelini, F., Ionta, V., Messina, E., & Giacomello, A. (2011). Cardiac Cell Therapy: The Next (Re)Generation. Stem Cell Reviews and Reports, 7(4), 1018–1030. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12015-011-9252-8

Bone marrow‐derived cells can acquire cardiac stem cells properties in damaged heart

Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine / Jan 01, 2011

Barile, L., Cerisoli, F., Frati, G., Gaetani, R., Chimenti, I., Forte, E., Cassinelli, L., Spinardi, L., Altomare, C., Kizana, E., Giacomello, A., Messina, E., Ottolenghi, S., & Magli, M. C. (2011). Bone marrow‐derived cells can acquire cardiac stem cells properties in damaged heart. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, 15(1), 63–71. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1582-4934.2009.00968.x

Type 2 MI induced by a single high dose of isoproterenol in C57BL/6J mice triggers a persistent adaptive immune response against the heart

Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine / Nov 29, 2020

Forte, E., Panahi, M., Baxan, N., Ng, F. S., Boyle, J. J., Branca, J., Bedard, O., Hasham, M. G., Benson, L., Harding, S. E., Rosenthal, N., & Sattler, S. (2020). Type 2 MI induced by a single high dose of isoproterenol in C57BL/6J mice triggers a persistent adaptive immune response against the heart. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, 25(1), 229–243. Portico. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcmm.15937

Metformin intervention prevents cardiac dysfunction in a murine model of adult congenital heart disease

Molecular Metabolism / Feb 01, 2019

Wilmanns, J. C., Pandey, R., Hon, O., Chandran, A., Schilling, J. M., Forte, E., Wu, Q., Cagnone, G., Bais, P., Philip, V., Coleman, D., Kocalis, H., Archer, S. K., Pearson, J. T., Ramialison, M., Heineke, J., Patel, H. H., Rosenthal, N. A., Furtado, M. B., & Costa, M. W. (2019). Metformin intervention prevents cardiac dysfunction in a murine model of adult congenital heart disease. Molecular Metabolism, 20, 102–114. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.molmet.2018.11.002

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Elena Shersher, Ph.D.

Miami
Cancer researcher at University of Miami
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (5)
Cancer Research
Molecular Biology
Biochemistry
Drug discovery
Cancer cell signaling
About
Elena Shersher, Ph.D. is a highly skilled and experienced biochemist with a strong background in cancer research. She received her Ph.D. in Biochemistry from Florida International University in 2016, where she was a recipient of a prestigious Presidential fellowship. After completing her Ph.D., Elena continued her career as a clinical program development lead and coordinator at a CRO. In 2017, Elena joined a cancer research team at the University of Miami as a researcher. In this role, she utilized her expertise in advanced laboratory techniques and data analysis to study the role of specific proteins in cancer cell signaling in order to identify promising molecular targets for therapeutic intervention. Elena's research has been published in several prestigious scientific journals, and she has presented her findings at numerous conferences. In addition to her research, Elena is also passionate about mentoring and teaching the next generation of scientists. She has served as a mentor and advisor to undergraduate and graduate students, helping them develop their research skills and guiding them in their academic and career paths. Elena's dedication and contributions to the field of cancer research have made her a valuable asset to the scientific community. With her expertise and experience, she continues to make significant advancements in understanding and treating cancer, bringing hope to those affected by this devastating disease.
Most Relevant Publications (1+)

4 total publications

NACK and INTEGRATOR act coordinately to activate Notch-mediated transcription in tumorigenesis

Cell Communication and Signaling / Sep 22, 2021

Shersher, E., Lahiry, M., Alvarez-Trotta, A., Diluvio, G., Robbins, D. J., Shiekhattar, R., & Capobianco, A. J. (2021). NACK and INTEGRATOR act coordinately to activate Notch-mediated transcription in tumorigenesis. Cell Communication and Signaling, 19(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12964-021-00776-1

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Susan Song, MD/PhD

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Research Assistant Professor in Neuroscience at University of Pittsburgh
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (15)
microglia
white matter
neurodegenerative disease
Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
Neurology
And 10 more
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Susan Song, MD/PhD, is a highly accomplished neuroscientist, with extensive education and experience in the field. She received her MD/PhD in Neurology and Neuroscience from Southern Medical University in 2015, where she conducted groundbreaking research on the molecular mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases. Following this, she completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh, where she continued to excel in her research and received numerous awards and grants for her work. Dr. Song's expertise lies in studying the underlying causes and potential treatments for various neurological diseases, such as ischemic stroke, traumatic brain injury, glioblastoma, Alzheimer's disease, and multiple sclerosis. She has a deep understanding of the brain and nervous system, and is constantly seeking new ways to unravel the complexities of these diseases. Dr. Song has held several prestigious positions throughout her career, including her current position as Research Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh. She has published numerous articles in top scientific journals and presented her research at international conferences. Her findings have contributed greatly to the field of neurology and have the potential to improve the lives of millions of people suffering from neurological disorders. Overall, Dr. Song is a highly respected and accomplished physician-scientist who is making significant contributions to the field of neurology. With her extensive education, diverse experience, and unwavering dedication to her patients, she is a true leader in the field and a valuable asset to the medical community.
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

20 total publications

Ion channels and transporters in microglial function in physiology and brain diseases

Neurochemistry International / Jan 01, 2021

Luo, L., Song, S., Ezenwukwa, C. C., Jalali, S., Sun, B., & Sun, D. (2021). Ion channels and transporters in microglial function in physiology and brain diseases. Neurochemistry International, 142, 104925. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuint.2020.104925

The WNK-SPAK/OSR1 Kinases and the Cation-Chloride Cotransporters as Therapeutic Targets for Neurological Diseases

Aging and disease / Jan 01, 2019

Huang, H., Song, S., Banerjee, S., Jiang, T., Zhang, J., Kahle, K. T., Sun, D., & Zhang, Z. (2019). The WNK-SPAK/OSR1 Kinases and the Cation-Chloride Cotransporters as Therapeutic Targets for Neurological Diseases. Aging and Disease, 10(3), 626. https://doi.org/10.14336/ad.2018.0928

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Burcu Vitrinel, Ph.D.

San Francisco
Cross-functional life sciences strategy professional with a Ph.D. in genetics
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (15)
Molecular Biology
Biochemistry
Aging
Computer Science Applications
Virology
And 10 more
About
Cross-functional life sciences **strategy** professional with a doctoral degree in **genetics**; worked on 16+ projects in collaboration with 7+ big pharma clients as the lead consultant in a **client-facing** role. Exceptional understanding of current life sciences **market trends**. Scientist with 10+ years of wet-lab with hands-on **CRISPR-Cas9 gene** **editing and tandem mass-spectrometry** experience with 3 first-author papers. Experienced primary market researcher for pharmaceutical companies. Award-winning science communicator for a wide range of audiences tailored to different internal and external stakeholders.
Most Relevant Publications (2+)

10 total publications

Conserved Epigenetic Regulatory Logic Infers Genes Governing Cell Identity

Cell Systems / Dec 01, 2020

Shim, W. J., Sinniah, E., Xu, J., Vitrinel, B., Alexanian, M., Andreoletti, G., Shen, S., Sun, Y., Balderson, B., Boix, C., Peng, G., Jing, N., Wang, Y., Kellis, M., Tam, P. P. L., Smith, A., Piper, M., Christiaen, L., Nguyen, Q., … Palpant, N. J. (2020). Conserved Epigenetic Regulatory Logic Infers Genes Governing Cell Identity. Cell Systems, 11(6), 625-639.e13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cels.2020.11.001

The conserved histone chaperone LIN‐53 is required for normal lifespan and maintenance of muscle integrity in Caenorhabditis elegans

Aging Cell / Aug 09, 2019

Müthel, S., Uyar, B., He, M., Krause, A., Vitrinel, B., Bulut, S., Vasiljevic, D., Marchal, I., Kempa, S., Akalin, A., & Tursun, B. (2019). The conserved histone chaperone LIN‐53 is required for normal lifespan and maintenance of muscle integrity in Caenorhabditis elegans. Aging Cell, 18(6). Portico. https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13012

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John M Baust, Ph.D

Ithaca, New York, United States of America
Proven success in delivering best-in-class services across scientific, commercial and education environments.
Most Relevant Research Expertise
Cell Biology
Other Research Expertise (16)
Biotechnology
Biomedical Engineering
Transplantation
Surgery
Management of Technology and Innovation
And 11 more
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***Proven success in delivering best-in-class services across highly regulated scientific and commercial environments.*** * Resourceful, dynamic, and future-focused professional; equipped with strategic leadership, business, research, and academic expertise with career excellence in conducting in-depth research, leading multi-faceted R&D projects, and developing new products and treatments. * Dedicated, driven self-starter focused on developing innovative life changing technologies and procedures advancing the areas of cancer treatment, regenerative medicine and cell therapy.   * Substantial experience in providing oversight for medical device development, pre-clinical studies, cancer therapy, stem cell preservation, cell therapy, tissue engineering, and organ transplantation, etc. * Astute at establishing solid relationships with stakeholders and industry leaders to drive innovative ideas and lead collaborative efforts in pursuit of accomplishing long-term milestones. * Successful in delivering interactive academic instruction across higher education settings offering captivating lectures on Biology and Entrepreneurship courses in accordance with the organizational mission. * Accredited with authoring, managing, and executing multi-million dollar grants, corporate contracts * Accomplished author of numerous patents and high profile publications to disseminate essential research findings.
Most Relevant Publications (18+)

68 total publications

Molecular Mechanisms of Cellular Demise Associated with Cryopreservation Failure

Cell Preservation Technology / May 01, 2002

Baust, J. M. (2002). Molecular Mechanisms of Cellular Demise Associated with Cryopreservation Failure. Cell Preservation Technology, 1(1), 17–31. https://doi.org/10.1089/15383440260073266

Gene Activation of the Apoptotic Caspase Cascade Following Cryogenic Storage

Cell Preservation Technology / May 01, 2002

Baust, J. M., Van Buskirk, R., & Baust, J. G. (2002). Gene Activation of the Apoptotic Caspase Cascade Following Cryogenic Storage. Cell Preservation Technology, 1(1), 63–80. https://doi.org/10.1089/15383440260073301

Transplantation Diagnostics: A Preliminary Analysis Using Protein Microarray to Determine Kidney Status Prior To and Following Implantation

Cell Preservation Technology / Jun 01, 2004

Baust, J. M., Mathew, A. J., Snyder, K. K., Liu, E. H., van Buskirk, R. G., Hardy, M. A., & Baust, J. G. (2004). Transplantation Diagnostics: A Preliminary Analysis Using Protein Microarray to Determine Kidney Status Prior To and Following Implantation. Cell Preservation Technology, 2(2), 81–90. https://doi.org/10.1089/153834404774101936

Long-Term Function of Cryopreserved Rat Hepatocytes in a Coculture System

Cell Transplantation / Mar 01, 2004

Sugimachi, K., Sosef, M. N., Baust, J. M., Fowler, A., Tompkins, R. G., & Toner, M. (2004). Long-Term Function of Cryopreserved Rat Hepatocytes in a Coculture System. Cell Transplantation, 13(2), 187–195. https://doi.org/10.3727/000000004773301799

Cellular Components of the Coronary Vasculature Exhibit Differential Sensitivity to Low Temperature Insult

Cell Preservation Technology / Dec 01, 2002

Hollister, W. R., Baust, J. M., Van Buskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. G. (2002). Cellular Components of the Coronary Vasculature Exhibit Differential Sensitivity to Low Temperature Insult. Cell Preservation Technology, 1(4), 269–280. https://doi.org/10.1089/15383440260682099

Effect of Cell Substrate Interactions on the Desiccation Behavior of Human Fibroblasts

Cell Preservation Technology / Sep 01, 2004

Baust, J. M., Fowler, A., & Toner, M. (2004). Effect of Cell Substrate Interactions on the Desiccation Behavior of Human Fibroblasts. Cell Preservation Technology, 2(3), 188–197. https://doi.org/10.1089/cpt.2004.2.188

Enhanced Hypothermic Storage of Neonatal Cardiomyocytes

Cell Preservation Technology / Mar 01, 2005

Snyder, K. K., Baust, J. M., Van Buskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. G. (2005). Enhanced Hypothermic Storage of Neonatal Cardiomyocytes. Cell Preservation Technology, 3(1), 61–74. https://doi.org/10.1089/cpt.2005.3.61

Involvement of the Cysteine Protease Calpain Family in Cell Death After Cryopreservation

Cell Preservation Technology / Mar 01, 2006

Robilotto, A. T., Baust, J. M., Buskirk, R. V., & Baust, J. G. (2006). Involvement of the Cysteine Protease Calpain Family in Cell Death After Cryopreservation. Cell Preservation Technology, 4(1), 17–30. https://doi.org/10.1089/cpt.2006.4.17

Cardiomyocyte Responses to Thermal Excursions: Implications for Electrophysiological Cardiac Mapping

Cell Preservation Technology / Jun 01, 2007

Snyder, K. K., Baust, J. M., Van Buskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. G. (2007). Cardiomyocyte Responses to Thermal Excursions: Implications for Electrophysiological Cardiac Mapping. Cell Preservation Technology, 5(2), 116–128. https://doi.org/10.1089/cpt.2007.9995

Activation of Mitochondrial-Associated Apoptosis Contributes to Cryopreservation Failure

Cell Preservation Technology / Sep 01, 2007

Baust, J. M., Vogel, M. J., Snyder, K. K., Van Buskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. G. (2007). Activation of Mitochondrial-Associated Apoptosis Contributes to Cryopreservation Failure. Cell Preservation Technology, 5(3), 155–164. https://doi.org/10.1089/cpt.2007.9990

Preliminary Report: Evaluation of Storage Conditions and Cryococktails during Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Cryopreservation

Cell Preservation Technology / Dec 01, 2007

Cosentino, L. M., Corwin, W., Baust, J. M., Diaz-Mayoral, N., Cooley, H., Shao, W., van Buskirk, R., & Baust, J. G. (2007). Preliminary Report: Evaluation of Storage Conditions and Cryococktails during Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cell Cryopreservation. Cell Preservation Technology, 5(4), 189–204. https://doi.org/10.1089/cpt.2007.9987

Changing Paradigms in Biopreservation

Biopreservation and Biobanking / Mar 01, 2009

Baust, J. M., Snyder, K. K., VanBuskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. G. (2009). Changing Paradigms in Biopreservation. Biopreservation and Biobanking, 7(1), 3–12. https://doi.org/10.1089/bio.2009.0701.jmb

In VitroAssessment of Apoptosis and Necrosis Following Cold Storage in a Human Airway Cell Model

Biopreservation and Biobanking / Mar 01, 2009

Corwin, W. L., Baust, J. M., VanBuskirk, R. G., & Baust, J. G. (2009). In VitroAssessment of Apoptosis and Necrosis Following Cold Storage in a Human Airway Cell Model. Biopreservation and Biobanking, 7(1), 19–27. https://doi.org/10.1089/bio.2009.0002

How Much Will the Biobanking Industry Come to Rely on Private Companies?

Biopreservation and Biobanking / Dec 01, 2010

Clark, B. J., Baust, J. M., & Stacey, G. (2010). How Much Will the Biobanking Industry Come to Rely on Private Companies? Biopreservation and Biobanking, 8(4), 179–180. https://doi.org/10.1089/bio.2010.8415

Implications of Differential Stress Response Activation Following Non-Frozen Hepatocellular Storage

Biopreservation and Biobanking / Feb 01, 2013

Corwin, W. L., Baust, J. M., Baust, J. G., & Van Buskirk, R. G. (2013). Implications of Differential Stress Response Activation Following Non-Frozen Hepatocellular Storage. Biopreservation and Biobanking, 11(1), 33–44. https://doi.org/10.1089/bio.2012.0045

Integrating Molecular Control to Improve Cryopreservation Outcome

Biopreservation and Biobanking / Apr 01, 2017

Baust, J. G., Snyder, K. K., Van Buskirk, R., & Baust, J. M. (2017). Integrating Molecular Control to Improve Cryopreservation Outcome. Biopreservation and Biobanking, 15(2), 134–141. https://doi.org/10.1089/bio.2016.0119

Best practices in cell culture: an overview

In Vitro Cellular &amp; Developmental Biology - Animal / Aug 14, 2017

Baust, J. M., Buehring, G. C., Campbell, L., Elmore, E., Harbell, J. W., Nims, R. W., Price, P., Reid, Y. A., & Simione, F. (2017). Best practices in cell culture: an overview. In Vitro Cellular &amp; Developmental Biology - Animal, 53(8), 669–672. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11626-017-0177-7

Best practices for cryopreserving, thawing, recovering, and assessing cells

In Vitro Cellular &amp; Developmental Biology - Animal / Nov 02, 2017

Baust, J. M., Campbell, L. H., & Harbell, J. W. (2017). Best practices for cryopreserving, thawing, recovering, and assessing cells. In Vitro Cellular &amp; Developmental Biology - Animal, 53(10), 855–871. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11626-017-0201-y

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Example cell biology projects

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