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Mohamed Abdel-Rahman Environmental and clinical toxicologyDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Maha Abdellatif Molecular Mechanisms that Lead to the Development of Cardiac Hypertrophy and Failure ; CardioVascular Biology; Cellular Signal TransductionDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Mark Adams Clinical interests include complex fractures of the upper and lower extremities, complications, and post-traumatic reconstruction.Department of Orthopaedics
Edward Adler Arthritis, Total Joint Replacement,SurgeryDepartment of Orthopaedics
Susan Adubato Child Developent Pediatrics, PsychiatryDepartment of Pediatrics
Rashi Aggarwal A. Stigma and discrimination (against psychiatric patients, psychiatry as a field and based on gender and culture) B. Physician Well-being C. Empathy, Wellness amongst trainees D. Graduate and Post Graduate Education E. Psychosomatic Medicine Department of Psychiatry
Helen Aguila Epidemiology of TB in childrenDepartment of Pediatrics
Sushil Ahlawat My professional interest is in the area of therapeutic gastrointestinal endoscopy and endoscopic innovations. My expertise is focused on gastrointestinal endoscopy including endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), and stenting. These procedures are used primarily in the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatico-biliary disease and endoscopic oncology. My research interest is primarily clinical that is focused on interventional gastrointestinal endoscopy including biliary endoscopy and endosonographyDepartment of Medicine
Irfan Ahmed Hand, Elbow, Shoulder, and Microvascular SurgeryDepartment of Orthopaedics
Hyung Jin Ahn Our lab is interested in the crosstalk between the cerebrovascular system and the nervous system in Alzheimer?s disease (AD). To identify molecular targets and biomarkers underlying cerebrovascular deficits in AD, we are investigating cerebrovascular dysfunction and blood-brain barrier damage in rodent AD models and postmortem specimens of AD patients using various biochemical & histochemical techniques, in vivo fiberoptic spectroscopy, in vivo two photon imaging, MRI, and 3D Immunostaining combined with iDISCO tissue clearing method.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Salma Ali Calcium metabolism in neonatal nutrition, neonatal drug addiction Pediatrics, NeonatologyDepartment of Pediatrics
Madolene Aliparo Pediatric Asthma Pediatric TuberculosisDepartment of Pediatrics
David Alland Infectious Disease; Tuberculosis; drug resistance; biodefense;PCR diagnostics;Department of Medicine
Eric Altschuler General physical medicine and rehabilitation and musculoskeletal medicine. Electomyography and other electrodiagnostic studies. Clinically applied cognitive neuroscience. New uses of old medications. History of medicine, and medicine in literature.Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Maria Alvarez Pediatric Emergency CareDepartment of Pediatrics
Melissa Alvarez-Downing Department of Surgery
Anita Antes immunologyDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Christy Anthony Interventional Pain Management, Hiking, restaurantsDepartment of Anesthesiology
Jose Antillon Heart disease in the fetusDepartment of Pediatrics
Joseph Apuzzio As the Director of Maternal Fetal Medicine, I lead a group of four experienced maternal fetal medicine subspecialists who care for women with high risk pregnancies. All are experienced in prenatal diagnosis and detailed obstetrical ultrasound examinations. I actively see patient. I encourage patients with a previous cesarean delivery to consider a trial of labor if they are candidates for such.Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Michael Armento Brain and Spinal Cord Injury; Pediatric Spinal Cord Injury; Cerebral palsyDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Humaira Ashraf Cervical and Lumbar Disc Pathology, Cervical and Lumbar Spondylosis, Sports Medicine, Hip-Spine Syndrome, Athletic Hip Conditions, Acute and Chronic Knee Pain, Work Place ErgonomicsDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Glen Atlas Anesthesiology Engineering Applied Mathematics PharmacokinecticsDepartment of Anesthesiology
Allison Averill Stroke; Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Abraham Aviv Cardiovascular Biology; Telomeres and Vascular AgingDepartment of Pediatrics
Subhashini Ayloo Dr. Ayloo is an expert in minimally invasive surgeries- robotic, laparoscopic and single site surgeries. She has extensive experience in training other surgeons in these platforms in General Surgeries. Currently her interest are to standardize these platforms in complex hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgeries. Dr. Ayloo, is an expert bariatric surgeon and with her training in transplantation, her interest are to open up bariatric intervention in transplant population.Department of Surgery
Edouard Azzam Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer, DNA Damage, Repair and Radiation ResponseDepartment of Radiology
Gopal Babu The major focus of our research is to understand the role of sarcolipin in cardiac SERCA regulation and its importance during cardiac patho-physiology.Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
John Bach All aspects of neuromuscular disease, especially orthopedic, respiratory, cardiac, and pulmonary rehabilitation.Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Judith Baginski Project Management, Facilities, Emergency ManagementOffice of the Dean
Herman Baker Clinical nutrition, vitamin metabolism in health and disease, mechanisms of vitamin utilizationDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Padmapriya Banada My overall research interest is in the development of integrative systems for sensitive, specific and rapid detection of bacteria, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis, fungi and viruses directly from the patient samples. Department of Medicine
Raksha Bangalore Cardiac, Critical Care, Department of Anesthesiology
Betsy Barnes Virology, Host Response, Therapeutics, Drug Design, Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer, Proteomics, Bioinformatics, Technology Solutions, DNA Damage, Repair and Radiation Response, Cancer Biology, ImmunologyDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Theodore Barrett Fibroids Menstrual Disorder Pelvic SurgeryDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Beverly Barton Role of the signal transducer and activator of transcription-3 (Stat-3) in prostate and pancreatic cancer; anti-STAT3 experimental therapeutics; rational design of cell-penetrating peptidesDepartment of Surgery
Kenyetta Baskerville Support services for Chairman of Pathology and Director of Administration & Professional Development.Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Mona Batish cell biology, Cancer Diagnosis, single molecule high resolution imaging, Microscopy, Image analysis, MATLABDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Aimee Beaulieu Cellular and molecular regulation of immune responses by T cells and innate lymphocytes in the context of inflammation, allergy, infection, and cancer.Department of Medicine
Kevin Beck My research interests encompass the understanding how internal and external forces cause abnormal brain functioning. Internal factors include inherited risk factors that increase the probability of displaying stress-related psychopathology (e.g. PTSD and MDD); these include differences in stress reactivity and coping strategies. External factors include chronic exposure to drugs of abuse and chemical exposures during military service. I also have a continuing interest in identifying sex differences in these relationships.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Kathleen Beebe The evaluation and treatment of benign and malignant bone and soft tissue tumors.Department of Orthopaedics
Alex Bekker Research Interests Neuroanesthesia Effects of surgery and anesthesia on CNS Clinical Pharmacology Postoperative Pain Management Department of Anesthesiology
Vivian Bellofatto Infectious DiseaseDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Joseph Benevenia Allografts; Modular Endoprostheses; Metastatic Disease of Bone; Soft-Tissue Reconstruction; Limb-Salvage; and Molecular Expression in Musculoskeletal Neoplasms Department of Orthopaedics
Barbara Benevento Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Wayne Berberian Nanoshell-embedded hydrogel as a carrier for bone morphogenetic protein; Posterior capsular release of the ankle through a posteromedial approach. Department of Orthopaedics
Tessa Bergsbaken Mucosal Immunology, infectious disease, tissue-resident T cells, colorectal cancerOffice of Research
Joshua Berlin Cardiac muscle excitation-contraction coupling Mechanisms of active electrogenic ion transport Regulation of cardiac muscle contraction Mechanisms of transmembrane solute transport Cellular mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmogenesisDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Annie Beuve Cardiovascular and Central Nervous System Research Signal transduction involving the second messengers, cAMP and cGMP and the role of these pathway in the cardiovascular and central nervous system Structure-function analysis of soluble guanylyl cyclase, the receptor for nitric oxide Function of guanylyl cyclases by genetic disruption with siRNA Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Neelakshi Bhagat My principal research interests include the areas of Ocular Trauma, Diabetic Retinopathy, Macular Edema, and Age-Related Macular Degeneration. I have been participating in clinical trials associated with these diseases since I joined the faculty at New Jersey Medical School in 2001. I have been the Principal Investigator for three large multicenter NIH trials for Diabetic Retinopathy (DRCR studies), Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AREDS 2 trial) and Macular Edema due to Retinal Vein Occlusions (SCORE study). Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Purnima Bhanot Biology of the Malaria Parasite, PlasmodiumDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Kai Bickenbach Robotic Surgery, Hepatobiliary Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Pancreas Cancer, Cholangiocarcinoma, Esophageal Cancer, Gastric Cancer, Thyroid Cancer, Parathyroid CancerDepartment of Surgery
Marcia Blacksin Musculoskeletal imaging, knee MR, shoulder MR, hip MR, wrist MR, elbow MR, pelvis MR, ankle MR, foot MR, lower extremity MR, Upper extremity MR, Knee CT, Hip CT, Pelvis CT, Shoulder CT, wrist CT, lower extremity CT, Upper extremity CT, Bone and Joint pain, Joint injection, MR arthrogramDepartment of Radiology
John Bogden Research General: Trace element and mineral nutrition and toxicology. Specific: Dietary micronutrients and immune functions in older people, micronutrient nutrition in HIV infection, interactions between the diet and environmental toxins, calcium and vitamin D nutrition, weight cycling effects on bone minerals, lead poisoning Teaching Nutrition, environmental health, public healthDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Stephanie Bonne Dr. Bonne is interested in injury and violence prevention. She is particularly interested in gun violence prevention initiatives and epidemiology of trauma.Department of Surgery
Marjorie Brandriss I am interested in peer-assisted learning and run a medical school elective in which fourth year medical students teach first and second year medical students.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Chantal Brazeau Healthcare professional well-being and burnout prevention, health care student well-being and burnout prevention. Medical student humanism and professionalism. Department of Family Medicine
Zamir Brelvi IBS/IBD/Gastrointestinal motility, Carcinogenesis Irritable Bowel syndrome, Inflammatory bowel Disease, Cell differentiation, carcinogenesis, Hepatitis CDepartment of Medicine
Lawrence Budnick ? Occupational medicine ? Workplace communicable diseases ? Public service workers ? Injury prevention ? Public health ? Community interventions to prevent disease and injuryDepartment of Medicine
Diego Cadavid Neuroinfectious diseases; Neuroimmunology; Blood-brain barrierDepartment of Neurology
Damali Campbell-Oparaji Centering Pregnancy 10 Steps to Successful Breastfeeding Strategies to Improve STI prevention Addiction MedicineDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Giovanni Caracci Neuro Modulation, TMS, ECT, OCDDepartment of Psychiatry
Ioana Carcea The quality and quantity of social interactions are some of the best predictors for mental health and for longevity in humans. However, the biological mechanisms by which these interactions can have such profound effects on our brain and behavior remain largely mysterious. In our lab, we use animal models to investigate these mechanisms at the behavioral, electrophysiological and neurochemical levels. Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Andresa Carlson CardiacDepartment of Anesthesiology
Peter Carmel Neurosciences Pediatric Brain Tumors Congenital Nervous System Anomalies Hypothalamic Pituitary Axis Brain Injury Neurological Surgery
Li Yun Chang Role of innate immunity in HIV transmission and pathogenesisPublic Health Research Institute
Steven Chang ICU organization, severe sepsis, septic shock, ALI/ARDSDepartment of Medicine
Saad Chaudhary Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MIS) Motion Preserving Surgery (Cervical and Lumbar Total Disk Replacement) Cervical Spine Surgery (Primary and Revision) Complex Spine Deformity Scoliosis Surgery Spine and Sacral Tumors Spine Fractures (Cervical and Lumbar) Department of Orthopaedics
Ping-hsin Chen Domestic violence, alcohol and drug abuse, research methodologyDepartment of Family Medicine
Sophia Chen Pediatrician Academic Medicine Curriculum Development MentorshipDepartment of Pediatrics
Nancy Chiaravalloti Brain and Spinal Cord Injury; functional MRI; Multiple sclerosis; working memory; traumatic brain injuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Ravi Chokshi Surgical Oncology; HPB, Pancreas/Liver/Bile Duct, Complex GI, Esophageal, Gastric, Colon/Rectum, Peritoneal Malignancies; Endocrine Surgery; Robotic SurgeryDepartment of Surgery
Sylvia Christakos The object of research in my lab is to obtain a better understanding of the actions of vitamin D, a principal factor required for the development and maintenance of bone and for the maintenance of calcium homeostasis. It combines studies related to an understanding of the functional significance of vitamin D target proteins with studies related to the molecular mechanism of action of the active form of vitamin D, 1,25(OH)2D3. Studies are focused on the mechanisms by which vitamin D mediates its biological effects and how aberrant regulation may be involved in diseases such as osteoporosis.Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
David Chu Immunology; ocular inflammation; corneal neovascularization; ocular fibrogenesisDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Jose Chua Cybertext, Digital Sociology Digital Studies, Asian American Studies, African American Studies, Latin American Studies, Native American StudiesDepartment of Neurology
Florence Chua Cheese, old school video games, food, paintball, home improvement, Starcraft: Broodwar, spades, vector art, automation, mathematics, algorithm development, Broadway shows, design, colors, and you!Department of Neurology
Donald Ciccone Treatment fo rVeterans with Gulf War Illness, Childhood Trauma,Opioid Therapy for Chronic Interstitial CystitisDepartment of Psychiatry
Bruce Citron Many neurodegenerative conditions involve unusual susceptibility of neurons to negative influences and Dr. Citron?s research, with human samples, animal models, and tissue culture, seeks to define mechanisms and therapeutic targets. Focusing on the regulation of genes important to the health of neurons, recent studies have uncovered transcription factors that can be modulated to provide neuroprotection after traumatic brain injury. Similar work has been underway with ALS, Alzheimer?s disease, and Gulf War Illness with the goal of improving outcomes for Veterans and others afflicted.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Sharon Clancy Public health, grant development and prevention of injury and illness.Department of Surgery
Frederick Coffman Regulation of DNA replication initiation within the ribosomal RNA gene in normal and transformed human lymphoid cells. Enhancement of tumor cell apoptosis mediated by TNF and TNF superfamily ligands by topoisomerase II-directed chemotherapeutic drugs. The function of YKL-40/CHI3L1 in tumor survival and tissue remodeling. Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Zaza Cohen medical education, COPD, critical care medicineDepartment of Medicine
Shemille Collingwood Travel, cookingDepartment of Anesthesiology
Alexandra Conde Green Aesthetic Surgery - Burn Reconstructive Surgery - Adipose derived Stem cells - Regenerative SurgeryDepartment of Surgery
Cristina Condrescu Cardiovascular Research A general interest in cell calcium homeostasis A specific interest in the Sodium-Calcium exchanger and its role in calcium homeostasis in cardiac cells.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Nancy Connell antibacterial drug discovery; predatory bacteria; novel antimicrobial agents; infectious disease immunology; mycobacterium tuberculosis; Select Agents; pathogen-macrophage interactions ; pathogenic mechanisms; biodefense; biological arms control; responsible conduct of research; active learning methodologiesDepartment of Medicine
Sohail Contractor Interventional radiology, vascular radiology, hepatocellular carcinoma, emboliz(s)ation, chemoemboliz(s)ation, radiofrequency ablation, microwave ablation, tumor ablation, TIPS, transjugular intrahepatic portal shunts, shunts, mediport, dialysis catheter, biliary drainage, biliary interventionsDepartment of Radiology
Jorge Contreras Physiology, Biophysics, Neuroscience, NeuroinflammationDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Bernadette Cracchiolo Gynecologic Oncology Residency: Columbia-Presbytarian Hospital, Columbia University, NY Board Certifications: American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology General Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecologic Oncology, Hospice and Palliative Care MedicineDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Jesse Crosson Improving the quality of health services delivered in primary care settings; preventive health services delivery; improving the quality of medical education, educational assessmentDepartment of Family Medicine
Michael Curi Comparative Effectiveness Research into Novel Minimally Invasive therapies for treatment of Peripheral Artery Disease and AneurysmsDepartment of Surgery
Michelle Dalla Piazza HIV primary care, viral hepatitisDepartment of Medicine
Amy Davidow Tuberculosis epidemiology, respiratory and infectious disease epidemiology longitudinal data analysis and biostatisticsDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Mariana De Lorenzo In my laboratory we have a longstanding experience in angiogenesis, inflammation and tumor biology and a genuine interest in experimental therapeutics and the development of new therapies against cancer. The research of my laboratory is focused on the connection between metabolism and cancer with a special emphasis on the effects of energy balance on tumor microenvironment and progression.Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Sonia De Toledo Radiation BiologyDepartment of Radiology
Andrew De la Torre 1) Liver, Pancreas & Bile duct Surgery (Minimal access, Laparoscopic & open) 2) Clinical trials to improve treatment of cancers in the liver and pancreas. 3) Public health Education and screening for patients at high risk for liver cancer. 4) Immunotherapy to increase anti-tumor reaction (autologous vaccination) against cancers in the livers using Toll Like Receptor agonists and Oncolytic viruses 5)l Immunomodulatory effect of Vitamin D.Department of Surgery
Joel DeLisa Neuroscience; spinal cord injuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
John DeLuca Neuroscience; cognitive neuroscience; behavorial neuropsychology; memory and information processing; multiple sclerosis; stroke; chronic fatigue syndrome; traumatic brain injury; neuropsychology; functional MRI; Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
David Defouw Endothelial Cell Biology; CardioVascular BiologyDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Edwin Deitch Clinical Activities focusing on Complex abdominal surgery,including hernias, fistulas and re-operations. Research activities focusing on zbdominal surgeries, fistula and hernias. Department of Surgery
Dominic Del Re Myocardial stress, injury, growth and regenerationDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Lois Densky-Wolff Medical ephemera documenting New Jerseys medical heritageDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Christophe Depre Regulation of Gene Expression in Heart Disease; CardioVascular BiologyDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Franklin Desposito Medical genetics; newborn screening; sickle cell diseaseDepartment of Pediatrics
Puneet Dhawan Next Generation/High throughput DNA/RNA sequencing across various platforms including SOLiD, MiSEQ and Ion PGM Sequencer. Data analysis using CLC Genomics, Ingeunity, and Genome Browser. Major targets of 1,25(OH)2D3 and molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of target gene expression. Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Thomas Dick Research interests Disease area: Tuberculosis (TB), Non-Tuberculous Mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease. Topics: Antibacterial drug discovery, antimicrobial resistance. Department of Medicine
Arry Dieudonne As a Pediatric Infectious Diseases specialist trained at the peak of pediatric HIV infection, I have developed a major interest in that disease. Since my fellowship years, we have learned from our patients, we have trained hundreds of physicians and healthcare workers from all over the world including the United States of America, and with my colleagues, we have heavily collaborated in making pediatric HIV infection what it is nowadays, a chronic and manageable disease. Opportunistic infections in HIV-infected patients are my main topic, especially atypical mycobacterial infection.Department of Pediatrics
Robert Donnelly Genomics, High Throughput DNA Sequencing, Epigenomics, Transcriptomics, MetagenomicsDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Peter Dowling Neuroscience; multiple sclerosis; glial cell death pathways; Molecular biology of demyelinating disease-cell death and regeneration experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis; confocal microscopy; image processingDepartment of Neurology
Karl Drlica Antibiotic action and resistance with a focus on M. tuberculosis and other human bacterial pathogensPublic Health Research Institute
Eugenie Dubnau M. tuberculosisPublic Health Research Institute
Mila Dunbar Faculty appointments and promotions, medical staff privileges, OPPE/FPPEDepartment of Medicine
Kathyann Duncan Effectiveness of Tar Wars in fifth graders (prevention) 2002 Nominee - AAMC Humanism in Medicine AwardDepartment of Family Medicine
Walter Duran Cardiovascular Research Molecular signaling in the regulation of microvascular permeability Endothelium, endothelial nitric oxide synthase derived NO. Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Trevor Dyson-Hudson Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Richard Eckner Epigenetic Regulation of Cell Differentiation and Proliferation; stem cellsDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Karen Edelblum Mucosal immunology, Epithelial cell biology, Immunology, Gastrointestinal biology, InflammationCenter for Immunity and Inflammation
Henry Edinger Neurophysiology and Neuropharmacology and Hypothalamus and Limbic System; Law and MedicineDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
O. Folorunsho Edobor-Osula Dr. Osula?s special interests include pediatric trauma, sports medicine, disorders of the foot & ankle, limb lengthening & deformity, hip disorders, and cerebral palsy.Department of Orthopaedics
Mark Einstein As Chair of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health, I lead a multi-disciplinary group of outstanding faculty who are dedicated to improving the lives of women. Clinically, I am a Gynecologic Oncologist and active clinical researcher. As long as women still suffer from gynecologic malignancies and complex gynecologic problems, we need to continue to strive to raise the bar through creating new paths to diagnosis and treatment. I have dedicated my career to improving our way of tackling these difficult medical problems and will work with my patients to achieve the best cliDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Stella Elkabes The Elkabes laboratory is interested in the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying neuronal pathology, neuroprotection and regeneration in inflammatory and degenerative diseases of the central nervous system. The cross-talk between neurons and glia and the glial signals which modulate neuronal function and integrity are investigated with particular emphasis on toll-like receptors. Animal models of multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and ataxia, genetically modified mice and a variety of in vivo and in vitro approaches are used.Neurological Surgery
Jerrold Ellner Immunology;Infectious disease; innate immunity; tuberculosis and HIV infectionDepartment of Medicine
Elie Elovic Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Norman Ende Treatment for Mass Casualties - Current Research; "Human Cord Blood and Antibiotic Effect on the Intestinal Tract and Survival of Lethally Irradiated Mice: Possible Use for Mass Casualties" Pre-Clinical Trials with the use of Cord Blood; Alzheimer's Disease, Huntington Disease, Lupus, Diabetes 1, Diabetes 2, Prostate Cancer, Breast CancerDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Robert Eng Infectious diseases; antibiotic resistanceDepartment of Medicine
Eliseo Eugenin Neuroscience, Virology, imaging, pathology, immunology and inflammationPublic Health Research Institute
Hugh Evans see aboveDepartment of Pediatrics
Barbara Fadem-Chenal Developmental Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Medical Student Education Psychiatry Resident Education Writing Educational Materials (e.g., Text and Review Books)Department of Psychiatry
Paul Fallaha Graphic Design, Web Design, UI/UX, Fine ArtDepartment of Medicine
Michael Falvo dyspnea, exercise intolerance, clinical exercise physiology, cardiopulmonary function, mitochondriaDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Ozer Farooqui Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Infectious disease and antibiotics, cardiology, medical critical careDepartment of Medicine
Ronaldo Ferraris - cell differentiation and junctional permeability - fructose transport and metabolism - gut microbiota metabolism of diet - nutrient signaling in the small intestine - probiotic regulation of gut epithelia - role of nutrients in regulation of epithelial cell differentiationDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Adrian Fisher Use of vascular closure stapes in liver transplantation / hepatobiliary surgery; Immunosuppressive regimens; Hepatitis C; Hepatocellular carcinoma.Department of Surgery
Matthew Fishman Tennis, TravelDepartment of Anesthesiology
Patricia Fitzgerald-Bocarsly Immunology ; Pathogenic Mechanisms ; Infectious Disease; Cancer; dendritic cells; inteferon-gamma; Cellular Signal TransductionDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Valerie Fitzhugh Bone and soft tissue pathology, pathology resident education, diversity and representation in pathology, faculty mentoring.Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Patricia Fleming HIV/AIDS epidemiology, reproductive health, infectious disease surveillance, public health preparednessDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Edward Flynn Chemically induced teratogenesis and carcinogenesisDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Patricia Fontan Mycobacterium tuberculosis, bacterial pathogenesisPublic Health Research Institute
Gail Forrest Brain and Spinal Cord Injury; StrokeDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Patrick Foye Dr. Foye is board certified in Pain Medicine, as well as being board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He treats a variety of painful conditions, including low back pain, arthritis and other musculoskeletal and neurologic pain. He has particular expertise in the treatment of tailbone pain (coccyx pain, or coccydynia), without the need for surgery. Dr. Foye has authored the book, "Tailbone Pain Relief Now!" Further information on Tailbone Pain (coccyx pain) can be found at www.TailboneDoctor.com Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Diego Fraidenraich One main focus of my lab is to design paradigms for embryonic stem (ES) and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cell based repair of cardiac and skeletal muscle defects using mouse models of human disease (thin myocardial syndrome, cardiomyopathy, muscular dystrophy). Another focus is to study paracrine non-myocardial factors in Id KO embryos/mice, a model of congenital heart disease and adult fibrotic cardiomyopathy. The ultimate goal is to identify cardiotrophic and myotrophic factors with rescue potential. Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Peter Frederikse Neuroscience Research The study of cargo vesicle transport mechanisms as it relates to Alzheimer's disease and neuro-degeneration in the brain and eye.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
J Fritton Therapeutics, Drug Design, Stem CellsDepartment of Orthopaedics
Larry Frohman Neuroophthalmology, optic nerve, optic neuritis, sarcoid, vasculitis, autoimmune disease, pseudotumor cerebri, visual manifestations of systemic disease, independent medical examinationsDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Balazs Galdi Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery of the Shoulder, Elbow, and Knee Shoulder and Elbow Replacement Surgery Athletic Injuries Shoulder Arthritis Shoulder Instability Shoulder Impingement Syndrome Rotator Cuff Tears Shoulder Labrum Tears Complex Shoulder Reconstruction Shoulder Fractures Elbow Instability Elbow Arthritis Elbow Fractures Tommy John Surgery Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears Meniscal Tears Cartilage Restoration Department of Orthopaedics
Chirag Gandhi Intracranial Aneurysms Intracranial AVMs Neurointerventional Outcomes Research Educational Initiatives in Neurological Surgery & Endovascular Neuroradiology Traumatic Brain Injury Pituitary Tumors Meningiomas Vertebroplasty Kyphoplasty Dorsal Column Stimulator Placement Neurological Surgery
Robyn Gantt Adolescent medicine, women and children health issues, sexual abuse and obesityDepartment of Family Medicine
Susan Garstang educational topics including learning styles and self-assessment spasticity management, neuropharmacology, spinal cord injury, stroke and neural plasticityDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Lawrence Gaspers Our research focuses on the role of Ca2+ signaling in regulating mitochondrial physiology and pathophysiology and how adaptations in Ca2+ homeostasis may contribute to the onset and development of liver diseases.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
William Gause Immunology; Infectious Disease; parasitic infections; Th2-based immune responses; Co-stimulatory molecules;Ag-specific T cell development; application of imaging technology; interleukin-4; interleukin-13; Pathogenic MechanismsDepartment of Medicine
Robin Gehrmann Cartilage Transplantation and regeneration, improvement of ligament fixation/reconstruction, preventive therapy in overhead throwing athletes.Department of Orthopaedics
Maria Gennaro Immunology; tuberculosis; Th1 immunity; B-cell and T-cell epitopes; tuberculosis immunology in children; infectious diseasePublic Health Research Institute
Michael Gerstmann Influence of Mental Health on overall health. Health issues experienced by students.Department of Family Medicine
Christine Gerula Preoperative cardiac assessment of patients with end stage liver disease and post operative managementDepartment of Medicine
Beata Geyer Beaudoin Neuropsychological and personality assessment Supervision and training EthicsDepartment of Psychiatry
Nasrin Ghesani Positron Emission Tomography Infection and Inflammation Imaging Oncology Imaging TheranosticsDepartment of Radiology
Lisa Gittens-Williams High Risk Pregnancy, Multiple Gestations, Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, Diabetes complicating pregnancy, Immune Disorders Complicating Pregnancy, Patient Safety, obesity, substance abuse Residency: UMDNJ - New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ Board Certification: American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology General Obstetrics and Gynecology Certified: 1996 Maternal and Fetal Medicine Certified: 1999 re-certified 2009Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Rebecca Goett American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) Emergency Medicine Forum Chair American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Palliative Care Section Secretary Palliative Care Curriculum committee, Vice Chair Palliative Care Steering committee American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) Publciations Committee Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Women in Medicine and Science Representative Emergency Medicine
Emanuel Goldman Regulation of gene expression in bacteria and phage. Control of translational efficiency & accuracy by tRNAs and rare codons; frameshifting, recoding; translational reinitiation.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Ira Goldstein Spinal Reconstruction with Fusion and No Fusion Techniques Biomaterials for Spine Surgery Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery Spinal Cord Injury Repair Spinal Endoscopy Spinal Imaging Tumors of the Spine and Spinal CordNeurological Surgery
Sheldon Goldstein Dr. Goldstein led the education in Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) at a tertiary care medical center prior to joining UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, resulting in 8 of 9 faculty successfully completing the Examination of Special Competence in Perioperative Transesophageal Echocardiography (PTEexam). Dr. Goldstein is currently Course Director of a didactic TEE education program for anesthesia residents at NJMS. Dr. Goldsteins research interests include echocardiography, education and coagulation.Department of Anesthesiology
Sharon Gonzales Interventional radiology, vascular radiology, hepatocellular carcinoma, emboliz(s)ation, chemoemboliz(s)ation, radiofrequency ablation, microwave ablation, tumor ablation, TIPS, transjugular intrahepatic portal shunts, shunts, mediport, dialysis catheter, biliary drainage, biliary interventions,Department of Radiology
Mark Granick Dr. Granick's professional interests are in the areas of reconstructive surgery. These include care of congenital deformities, traumatic injuries, including complex facial soft tissue and bony injuries, and cancer reconstruction. Dr. Granick is an internationally acknowledged expert in wound surgery. He is co-editor-in-chief of ePlasty, a Pubmed indexed open access journal and has a strong interest the medical publications. Dr. Granick is a pioneer in the area of telemedicine in Plastic Surgery.Department of Surgery
Dennis Grech Ambulatory Anesthesia Acupuncture and Pain Management Health Care Informatics Department of Anesthesiology
Yonatan Greenstein Critical care ultrasongraphy, intraosseous access, sleep disordered breathing, simulation- based training, medical educationDepartment of Medicine
Peter Gross Infectious DiseasesDepartment of Medicine
James Guarrera Transplant Surgery Liver Transplant Surgery Hepatobiliary Surgery Liver Physiology Liver Cancer Transplant Immunology Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury Department of Surgery
Hartmut Hanauske-Abel Targeted development of inhibitors of fibrosis, viral infections, and cancer. Prenatal and neonatal development, its control and monitoring by surrogate biomarkers.Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Drew Harris Public Health system design, assessment and advocacy, project management, biomedical research, case-based training, social media, community outreach, coalition building.Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Colin Harris Spine surgery,spinal deformity,spinal fractures,cervical and lumbar stenosis,scoliosis,kyphosis,spondylolisthesis,spinal tumors,spinal infectionsDepartment of Orthopaedics
Andrew Harris We study the structure-function of gap junction channels, which are intercellular pores through which ions and signaling molecules pass directly from cell to cell.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
George Hasko immunology; adenosine receptors; inflammation; role of adenosine receptors in release of pro-inflammatory cytokinesDepartment of Surgery
Caroline Hayes-Rosen special interest in ADHD,learning disabilities, Autistic spectrum disorders, tic disorders and NeurofibromatosisDepartment of Neurology
Cynthia Hayes-Sanders Clinical Research, Web Publishing, Computer Software, Training & EducationDepartment of Psychiatry
Robert Heary Neurosciences Brain Injury Spinal Cord Injury Repair Peripheral Nerve Injury Tumors of the Spine and Spinal Cord Neurological Surgery
George Heinrich Quality Assurance/Performance ImprovementDepartment of Medicine
Debra Heller Gynecologic Pathology Pediatric & Perinatal PathologyDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Utz Herbig signal transduction; cancer oncologyDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Machteld Hillen Multiple Sclerosis and demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system Huntington's Disease Neurosarcoidosis and neuroinflammatory conditions Tertiary Care NeurologyDepartment of Neurology
Clay Hinrichs MRIDepartment of Radiology
Bart Holland Biostatistics, especially survival and hazards modelsDepartment of Medicine
Catherine Horan Ophthalmic TechnologyDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Roger Howell Ionizing Radiation, Radionuclide, Dosimetry, Nuclear Medicine, Radioimmunotherapy, Therapeutics, Drug DesignDepartment of Radiology
Richard Howells We study the pharmacological chaperone activity of select opioid ligands that promote proper receptor folding during their biosynthesis in the secretory pathway, leading to enhanced expression of mature active opioid receptors at the cell surface. We also discovered that select delta antagonists inhibit the proliferation of human cancer cells. These opioids attenuate the development of opioid tolerance and dependence but do not block their acute analgesic activity, and also display immunosuppressant activity. We are actively pursuing the therapeutic potential of these drugs to treat cancer.Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Richard Howland Biochemical effects of neurotoxic compounds. Acrylamide induced neuropathy. Phosphorylation of neuronal cytoskeletal proteins. Purification of brain specific proteins. Use of computer technology in medical education.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Joe Huang Aortic aneurysms, carotid artery stenosis, complex open vascular surgery, endovascular surgery, dialysis access, deep venous thrombosis (DVT), varicose veins, noninvasive vascular testingDepartment of Surgery
Basil Hubbi mammography, digital mammography, breast ultrasound, breast biopsy, ultrasound guided biopsy, stereotactic biopsy, breast MRI, MRI guided biopsy, diagnostic mammography, screening mammography, breast cancer, biopsy, cyst aspiration, fine needle aspiration Department of Radiology
Mir Humayun Molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis; mutagens and carcinogens; DNA replication fidelity; DNA damage; DNA replication, recombination and repair; bacterial genetics and molecular biology; translation, mistranslation and aminoglycoside antibiotics; mutator cells and phenotypes; Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Najeeb Hussain New treatments options for Alzheimer's disease Atypical Antipsychotics and cognition in SchizophreniaDepartment of Psychiatry
Amjad Ilyas Neuroimmunology; Neuroscience; Guillain-Barre' syndrome; Autoimmune neuropathies, Neuropathties associated with paraproteinemia; animal models of autoimmune peripheral neuropathies; multiple sclerosisDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Andreas Ivessa Maintenance and inheritance of mitochondrial DNADepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Deborah Jacoby Faculty, Staff, CancerOffice of the Dean
Hieronim Jakubowski I discovered an error-correcting mechanism in protein biosynthesis, which prevents access of the nonprotein amino acid homocysteine (Hcy) to the genetic code and is responsible for the biological synthesis of the chemically reactive thioester Hcy- thiolactone in humans. This discovery led to a fruitful avenue of ongoing research on the origin of the genetic code, epigenetic regulation of gene expression, mTOR signaling, mechanisms of Hcy incorporation into protein, and the role of Hcy-thiolactone and Hcy-containing proteins in cardiovascular and neurological diseases, including Alzheimer?s.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Kris Janiec EngineeringOffice of the Dean
Mark Johnson Childhood sexual abuse, healthcare disparities in minorities, mitral valve prolapse (MVP), psychiatric illness in primary care, research design and methods (especially pertaining to external validity), obesityDepartment of Family Medicine
Robert Johnson Adolescent Substance and Alcohol Abuse, H.I.V. Prevention, Adolescent Sexuality and Sexual Dysfunction, Male Sexual Abuse,Therapeutic Applications of Hypnosis, Adolescent Suicide, Adolescent Health Care Systems, Teenage Fatherhood, AIDS in Adolescence, Health EquityOffice of the Dean
David Kaback My laboratory studies meiosis using the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model. We are particularly interested in how each chromosome pair is assured of undergoing recombination during this process.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Scott Kachlany Bacterial toxins and how they can be used as therapeutic agents. We study an oral bacterium that produces a toxin that targets specifically white blood cells.Graduate School Of Biomedical Sciences Dental
Edo Kaluski Adjunctive pharmacotherapy in coronary interventions, Invasive & non-invasive hemodymamic assessment and monitoring, heart failure and cardiogenic shock, NOS-inhibitors in cardiogenic shock, Nitrate therapy and tolerance, Endothelin antagonists, AF, NTP-BNP, Erythropoietin, ECPT, , Embolization protection, bifurcation solutions, biocompatible polymers, embolic protection devices, bifurcation balloons & stents Department of Medicine
Evelyne Kalyoussef Thyroid and Parathyroid Surgery Salivary Gland Surgery/Sialendoscopy Sleep Medicine Head and Neck Oncology Transoral Robotic Surgery General Adult and Pediatric OtolaryngologyDepartment of Otolaryngology
Stephen Kamin Multiple sclerosis; Stroke; Medical education Department of Neurology
Sridhar Kannurpatti Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Functional laser Doppler functional Imaging (fLDI) Aging, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and epilespy Brain energetics, mitochondrial function and neuroprotective interventions in vivo against traumatic brain injury and aging Image processing and multivariate statistical methodsDepartment of Radiology
Gilla Kaplan Immunology and pathogenesis of tuberculosis and leprosyPublic Health Research Institute
Andrew Kaufman Spinal Pain due to herniated disc, stenosis, degenerative disc, facet disease Chronic Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) Neuropathic Pain Cancer PainDepartment of Anesthesiology
Harpreet Kaur Interested in fetal/neonatal nutrition and growth especially the intra uterine growth restricted infantsDepartment of Pediatrics
Steven Keller Mentoring medical and graduate students in clinical research including QA/QI studies and teaching medical interviewing and ethics are Dr. Keller's current interests.Department of Psychiatry
Albert Khouri GLAUCOMA Medical & surgical treatment of adult and childhood glaucoma. Clinical trials investigating novel surgical applications in treatment of glaucoma. Clinical trial of novel medical treatments in glaucoma. Childhood glaucoma: Burden of care and success of treatment for primary and secondary childhood glaucoma. Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty: predictive outcomes of success in laser surgery. TELEMEDICINE: Applications of novel imaging technologies & software image analysis in telemedicine. SDOCT imaging applications in telescreening. RESIDENT EDUCATION: Outcomes of resident sDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Soyeon Kim My research interests are aimed at mitigating the public health impact of the HIV/AIDS and the resulting resurgent tuberculosis (TB) epidemics. I have participated in research to evaluate methods of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, co-infections with HIV, prevention and treatment of TB, and TB diagnostics. Much of my research in has been conducted in developing countries, including Thailand, Botswana, and South Africa. Working overseas has also spurred my interest in research capacity building in resource limited countries where infectious diseases are more prevalent.Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Steven Kirshblum Brain and Spinal Cord Injury;Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Piotr Kisza Vascular and Interventional RadiologyDepartment of Radiology
Marc Klapholz Evaluation of novel therapeutic agents and devices for the treatment of heart failure.Department of Medicine
Kenneth Klein Gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology, medical education, laboratory accreditation.Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
David Klyde Interventional radiology, vascular radiology, hepatocellular carcinoma, emboliz(s)ation, chemoemboliz(s)ation, radiofrequency ablation, microwave ablation, tumor ablation, TIPS, transjugular intrahepatic portal shunts, shunts, mediport, dialysis catheter, biliary drainage, biliary interventions,Department of Radiology
Melissa-Scollan Koliopoulos Chronic disease self-management,diabetes care Medication adherence Tailored interventions Family influence on health Self-regulation theory (illness Representation Model & Multigenerational legacy of diabetes model) Cognitive behavioral research: decision-making, emotional reactions to chronic disease management.Department of Medicine
Noah Kondamudi Pediatric ED Utilization Acute asthma Body Mass Index and ED presentationEmergency Medicine
Baburao Koneru ?My clinical practice comprises hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery for patients with benign and malignant conditions involving liver, bile duct, pancreas and surrounding organs. Care is provided in a multi-disciplinary format that quite often involves coordination of care with radiology, gastroenterology and medical and radiation oncology specialists. Patients are seen in the E suite of the ambulatory care center at the University Hospital. In addition, I practice at St. Michael?s Medical Center in Newark, Trinitas Hospital in Elizabeth and in Christ Hospital, Jersey City. ? Department of Surgery
Sergei Kotenko Virology, Host Response, Therapeutics, Drug Design, Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanism of Cancer, Cancer Biology, ImmunologyDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Fred Kramer Infectious disease; mechanism of RNA; replication;novel nucleic acid sequencing techniques; in vitro evolution of replicating RNA populations;recombinat RNAs; extremely sensitive gene detection assays; molecular beacons; highly multiplex screening assays; self-reporting oligonucleotide arrays; tracking individual RNA moleculesPublic Health Research Institute
Barry Kreiswirth Infectious Disease;genotyping and evolutionary studies on Mycobacterium tuberculosis; Staphylococcus aureusPublic Health Research Institute
Yosuke Kumamoto Immunology, Adaptive immunity, Inflammation, Dendritic cells, T cellsDepartment of Medicine
Anastasia Kunac Dr. Kunac serves as a volunteer with several community service organizations and has traveled throughout the world providing surgical care to underprivileged communities.Department of Surgery
Eldo Kuzhikandathil Central Nervous System Research Structure-function analysis of dopamine receptor signal transduction pathways. Development and characterization of novel pharmacological compounds for treatment-induced dyskinesia in Parkinson's disease. Developmental regulation of dopamine receptor expression. Generation and characterization of dopaminergic neurons from adult stem cells.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Muriel Lambert My laboratory is involved in the examination of genomic instability and cancer predisposition diseases in which there are defects in DNA repair. Of particular interest is the cancer prone hematological disorder, Fanconi anemia (FA), in which there is a defect in ability to repair DNA interstrand crosslinks(ICLs). We are investigating the role of the structural protein nonerythroid alpha spectrin, which is deficient in cells from FA patients, in DNA ICL repair and in the pathogenesis of this disorder. We are also investigating mechanisms to correct this deficiency in FA cells. Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Thomas Lammertse Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Gudrun Lange Neuroscience; neuropsychology; fibromyalgia; chronic fatigue syndrome; auditory memory; functional magnetic resonance imaging; traumatic brain injury; chronic pain Department of Radiology
Marvin Lavenhar Biostatistics, multivariate analysis of large data sets, survival analysis, outcomes research, evaluation of community health promotion programs, teaching of statistics in the health sciences.Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Deborah Lazzarino Adult stem cells in the mammary gland and other tissues play a role in oncogenesis. We are interested in the cellular and molecular events that regulate the growth and differentiation of mammary epithelial cells. In particular, we would like to pursue studies to aid in the identification and characterization of mammary stem cells in hopes of understanding the role they play in normal and disease states of the breast.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Van Le Complex regional pain syndrome Neuromodulation Phantom limb pain Simulation in anesthesiology education Department of Anesthesiology
Robert Ledeen One primary interest is the function of GM1 and other gangliosides in the nervous system; this involves several aspects of calcium regulation. Absence of GM1 induces epilepsy. We also study myelin in relation to N-acetylaspartate that contributes to myelin lipid synthesis, and demyelination by autoimmune mechanisms.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Huey-jen Lee MRI, fuction MRI, PET CT. NeuroradiologyDepartment of Radiology
Edward Lee Microsurgery, Head & Neck Reconstruction, Breast Reconstruction, Breast Augmentation, Body Contouring, Hand Surgery, Wound Care, Skin Cancer TreatmentDepartment of Surgery
Samuel Leibovich Immunology; Toll-like receptors; Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor;(VEGF);Angiogenesis; Wound Repair ; CardioVascular Biology; Cancer; Cellular Signal TransductionDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Jean Lengenfelder Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Pierre Lespinasse Gynecology and Urogynecology, Pelvic and Reconstructive Surgery Residency: UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School, Newark NJ Board Certification: American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology Certified: 2005Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Barry Levin Neuroscience; neuropharmacology; Neural control of energy homeostasis; obesity; diabetes; metabolic signaling; genetic models of obesity; metabolic sensor-integrator neurons; glucose sensing neurons; exercise; development; stress;hypoglycemia; neural control of body weight;stress; glucose sensing; fatty acid sensing; metabolic sensing; nutrient sensing; leptin signaling; insulin signaling; hypoglycemia; autonomic nervous system; sympathetic nervous system; hypothalamus; neuropeptides; stress; developmentDepartment of Neurology
Steven Levison The overall goals of Dr. Levisons research are to enhance regeneration of the CNS from its resident stem cells and progenitors and to understand how brain development, damage and repair are influenced by neuroinflammation. His lab uses a variety of in vivo models to investigate neurological deficits caused by multiple sclerosis, perinatal hypoxia ischemia, traumatic brain and stroke. His lab also cultures rodent and human neural stem cells to gain insights into the signals that regulate their proliferation, differentiation and survival.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Hong Li Recent advances in genome sequencing have provided novel opportunities for biomedical research. Functional genomics is the next logical step to translate the vast nucleic acid sequence database into an understanding of biological phenomena. Bioinformatics and proteomics are becoming essential components of functional genomics. Advances in mass spectrometry have provided unprecedented opportunities for the analysis of proteins, such as peptide internal sequencing, post-translational modification, non-covalent interaction, and protein folding.Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Dongchen Li Anesthesia for obstetric anesthesia,ambulatory surgery and non-operating room proceduresDepartment of Anesthesiology
Sheldon Lin Fracture healing in Diabetes Mellitus, Radiolabeling of monoclonal antibodies,Albumin micro spheres labeled with paramagnetic agents for MRI contrast agent, development and evaluation of biodegradable drug delivery system.Department of Orthopaedics
Todd Linsenmeyer Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Jie Liu Integrative Human Physiology Environmental Human Physiology Ultrasonography Medical Imaging Cardiology Angiology OtoneurologyDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
James Liu Tumors: Pituitary, Epidermoid, Dermoid, Jugular Foramen, Intraventricular, Pineal Region, Orbital, Cavernous Sinus, Brainstem Acoustic Neuromas Cerebrovascular Bypass Trigeminal Neuralgia Hemifacial Spasm Glossopharyngeal Neuralgia Acromegaly Cushing?s Disease Prolactinoma Craniopharyngioma Rathke?s Cleft Cyst Chordoma Chondrosarcoma Cholesterol Granulomas Meningioma Glomus Jugulare/Paraganglioma Schwannomas Basilar Invagination Chiari Malformation Esthesioneuroblastoma Sinonasal Cancers Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma Central Neurocytoma Colloid Cysts EncephaloNeurological Surgery
Yiyan Liu Imaging of prostate cancer PET in oncologyDepartment of Radiology
David Livingston Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, Shock, Infection, Bone Marrow Fialrue and Immunity following Injury; stem cells Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, Shock, Infection, Bone Marrow Fialrue and Immunity following InjuryDepartment of Surgery
Michelle Longmore Web Design, MultimediaOffice of the Dean
Jacquelyn Loughlin Reproductive endocrinology, PCOS, infertility, IVF, amenorrhea, disorders of puberty, recurrent pregnancy loss, ovulation inductionDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Donald Louria Infectious diseases, health promotion, aging and systems thinking. Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Lorraine Luciano Center, Immunity, Inflammation, Yap, Gause, Rivera, Dean's OfficeDepartment of Medicine
David Lukac Pathogenic Mechanisms; Infectious Disease; Cancer; Cellular Signal TransductionDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Carol Lutz My research interests have been RNA biology and gene expression regulation for the past 25 years. I have primarily focused on mammalian 3? end formation and how this process can regulate gene expression for the past 20 years. Our work has recently involved how microRNAs (miRNAs) can regulate gene expression and alternative polyadenylation through their interaction at the 3? untranslated region (UTR) of mammalian mRNAs, especially in genes of inflammatory pathways.Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
James Maher heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, echocardiography, vascular imagingDepartment of Medicine
Gwendolyn Mahon NJMS Research Support and Development NJMS Research Core Facilities Cancer Research Graduate and Post-doctoral Training and Education Programs Summer Research ProgramsOffice of Research
Pierre Maldjian Thoracic Imaging Cardiac ImagingDepartment of Radiology
Steven Marcus Medical toxicology which includes such things as lead and other heavy metal poisonings, weapons of mass destruction, and all poisonings in general both acute and chronic. Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Daniel Matassa Medical Education General Medicine Infectious DiseasesDepartment of Medicine
Michael Mathews Translation and Translational Control Regulation of Gene Expression RNA Binding Proteins HIV and AIDS Cellular Antiviral DefensesDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Alan Mautone Developmental Pulmonary Physiology, Biophysics and Aerosol Drug Delivery.Department of Pediatrics
Victor Mazza Syncope, Sudden Cardiac Death, Device and Lead RemovalDepartment of Medicine
Joseph Mc Ardle The synapse between nerve and muscle, or neuromuscular junction (NMJ), is the most intesively studied and best understood chemical synapse. This model synapse has been the focus of my research interest since 1968. Advances in molecular biology enable detailed study of proteins that are essential to the NMJ. When combined with the unmatched accessability of the NMJ to experimental study, molecular biologic techniques make the NMJ a critical system for discovering the function and trophic role of these proteins during development, maintenance, and pathobiology of synapses. Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
John Mc Keon Hemophilic Arthropathy; Osteomyelitis and Septic Arthritis Department of Orthopaedics
Peter McGovern IVF, Infertility, Recurent Pregnancy Loss, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Endoscopic surgeryDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Audrey McNeil Technology Support in an Academic Environment, Video Presentation; Capture & Production. Digital Technology, Web Marketing. Office of the Dean
Aziz Merchant Minimally invasive surgical techniques, anti-reflux and hiatal hernia surgery, esophageal surgery and Achalasia, laparoscopic hernia repair, complex revisional laparoscopy, complex hernia and enterocutaneous fistula, paraesophageal hernia repair, laparoscopic colon surgery, laparascopic peritoneal dialysis catheter placement. Surgical simulation and simulation research, outcomes research, quality improvement, health disparities research.Department of Surgery
Bozena Michniak Topical and transdermal drug deliveryDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Leonard Mindich Infectious Disease; virology; genomic replication in RNA viruses; viral RNA polymerases; viral RNA genomesPublic Health Research Institute
Xue Ming I am a board certified pediatric neurologist and sleep medicine specialist. My clinical interest is neruodevelopmental disorders, sleep disorder and autonomic dysfunction. My clinical practice focuses on children, but will evaluate adults with specific developmental disorders upon request. My research interest focuses on animal model of autism, genetic polymorphism of autism, the role of oxidative stress in autism, sleep and autonomic disorders in autism, aw well as potential clinical and biological subtypes of autism, alternative and complimentary treatment. Department of Neurology
Neena Mirani Ophthalmic pathology, Head and Neck pathology and Cytopathology.Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Nadia Mirza Eating Disorders, AddictionDepartment of Psychiatry
Mukund Modak DNA replication mechanisms with major emphasis on DNA polymerases.Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Alicia Mohr Neuroendocrine regulation of erythropoiesis following trauma Anemia and the Chronic Hyperadrenergic State following Major TraumaDepartment of Surgery
Iona Monteiro inflammatory bowel disease, fatty liver disease, obesityDepartment of Pediatrics
Ross Moore Regional AnesthesiaDepartment of Anesthesiology
Christin Moran Medical student and resident educationDepartment of Pediatrics
Elizabeth Moran Mesenchymal Stem Cell Differentiation, Osteoblastogenesis, Tumor Suppression, Transcriptional Control, Chromatin Remodeling Complexes, Stem Cells, DNA Damage, Repair and Radiation ResponseDepartment of Orthopaedics
Sara Morelli Reproductive endocrinology Infertility Assisted reproductive technologies/In vitro fertilization Preimplantation genetic screening/diagnosis Recurrent pregnancy loss Polycystic ovary syndrome Amenorrhea Reproductive surgeryDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Sheryl Movsas Brain and Spinal Cord InjuryDepartment of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Pamela Mukhatiyar asthma, sleep related breathing disorders, obstructive sleep apnea, sickle cell lung disease, airway anomaliesDepartment of Pediatrics
Virgil Muresan signal transductionDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Zoia Muresan As a multidisciplinary-trained scientist, Dr Zoia Muresan developed her scientific interest in several areas of study: 1. Charge transfer complexes 2. Design and characterization of anticancer drugs 3. Exocytosis in exocrine ce 3. Chemical carcinogenesis 4. Steroid dependence of breast cancer 5. Circadian rythm in amphibian retinas 6. Ca-dependent secretion of parathyroid hormone 7. ER chaperones 8. Tight junction 9. APP biology 10. Kinesin-1 dependent transport 11. DISC1 a risk factor for Alzheimer's DiseaseDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Arkady Mustaev Catalytic mechanisms of transcription. Drug discovery. Public Health Research Institute
Catherine Myers Brain bases of neurological and psychiatric disorders Computational neuroscience Experimental neuropsychologyDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Reza Najem Prevention and control of cancer and coronary heart disease, clinical preventive care for each segment of population, epidemiology of chronic and infectious diseases, community-based epidemiological research. Principles and methods of epidemiology, international medicine, clinical preventive medicine and third and fourth year electives. Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Satya Narisety Food Allergy Asthma Allergic Rhinitis (hay fever) Atopic Dermatitis (eczema)Department of Pediatrics
Ana Natale-Pereira health disparities cancer prevention, screening and education health literacy and patient-provider communication health services researchDepartment of Medicine
Benjamin Natelson Understanding the causes of medical illnesses that currently are unexplained -- namely the disorders of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Since these patients are diagnosed by clinical criteria, they are by definition a heterogeneous group. We try to reduce this heterogeneity by stratifying on clinical criteria (illness severity or presence/absence of comorbid psychiatric problems) or on a physiological basis (whether or not patients hyperventilate during postural challenge; abnormal sleep records; cytokine levels). Department of Neurology
Jose Nevado Sepsis ARDSDepartment of Pediatrics
Carol Newlon Infectious Disease, Eukaryotic chromosome replication, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Cryptococcus neoformansDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Martha Nowycky -Calcium channels -Calcium signaling -TRP channels -Neurotransmitter release -Patch clamping Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
James O'Connor Our laboratory is examining how the innate immune response governs tissue regeneration. We are particularly interested in how pro-inflammatory lipids regulate these processes.Department of Orthopaedics
James Oleske The practice and teaching of Pediatric Allergy, Immunology and Infectious Diseases and Pediatric Palliative and End of Life Care. Medical student, resident and fellow medical education and training; Clinical trails programs and Treatment guideline development, IRB professional and ethical issues in research. Department of Pediatrics
Harvey Ozer Cancer, Virology, Host ResponseDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Andrew Pachner Immunology; Neuroscience; Infectious Disease; cytokine gene expression in nervous system inflammation and infection; importance of anti-cytokine responses in therapy of autoimmunity with recombinant cytokines Department of Neurology
Cynthia Paige Community health promotion, teenage pregnancy, advance directives, acupuncture, mind-body medicineDepartment of Family Medicine
Debkumar Pain A) To understand mitochondrial biogenesis - how mitochondria are maintained and regenerated. B) To determine the mechanism of cellular/mitochondrial iron homeostasis, which involves coordination between regulated cellular iron uptake and utilization of iron in mitochondria. C) To investigate the effects of ionizing radiation on mitochondrial physiology Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Jayoung Pak Pediatric EpilepsyDepartment of Neurology
Virendra Pandey HCV-host cell interaction; fuse binding proteins HIV-1 reverse transcriptase: structure-function relationship; RNAse HDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Shridevi Pandya Shah Research interests: related to pediatric anesthesiology- particularly autism and other neurological problems ,malignant hyperthermia. Clinical pharmacology Department of Anesthesiology
Kevin Pang My research interest include understanding the neurobiological basis of learning, memory and attention. Currently, my lab is focused on understanding the mechanisms by which basal forebrain, hippocampal and neocortical systems modulate learning, memory, perseverative behaviors and vulnerabilities to develop anxiety disorders.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Misun Park Cardiovascular Biology; Non-myocytes and Myogenesis Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Chan Park HEAD AND NECK CANCER: Dr. Park manages and operates on cancer of the head and neck. He is on the American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery's (AAO-HNS) Head and Neck Oncology Committee. He has been on the committee for 2 years with other fellowship trained Head and Neck Surgeons. MICROVASCULAR RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY: Dr. Park has fellowship training in free flap reconstruction of complex head and neck defects from cancer or trauma. TRANSORAL ROBOTIC SURGERY (TORS): Dr. Park has fellowship training in resecting tumors of the throat and tongue with Robotic Department of Otolaryngology
Hee Jung Park Anesthesia, deep learning, SCUBADepartment of Anesthesiology
Yongkyu Park Roles of non-coding RNAs in gene regulation and chromatin organization Aging studies with stress resistance in fruitflies Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Dane Parker Microbiology,immunology,infectious disease,host-pathogen interaction,Staphylococcus aureus,Acinetobacter baumannii,pneumonia,lung,skin,innate immunity,inteferonDepartment of Medicine
Nikhat Parveen Bacterial pathogenesis with special empahsis on Borrelia burgdorferi (Lyme disease), Treponema pallidum (syphilis) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (opportunistic pathogen)Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Marian Passannante Impact of social factors on disease outcomes, questionnaire design and survey research, Epidemiology of tuberculosis, Injury epidemiology Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Rajashri Patel Grants and ContractsDepartment of Psychiatry
Ripal Patel SportsDepartment of Anesthesiology
Nitin Patel Minimally Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopy/Robotics) Reconstruction (Ureter/Urethra) Transgender Surgery Male Sexual Dysfunction Female UrologyDepartment of Surgery
Anuradha Patel Pediatric anesthesia neuromuscular disorders preoperative anxiety emergence agitationDepartment of Anesthesiology
Francis Patterson Treatment of musculoskeletal tumors; Evaluation of the clinical treatment of bone and soft-tissue tumors; Reconstructive techniques for benign, malignant and metastatic bone tumors; and Development of new techniques in the reconstruction of bone tumors. Department of Orthopaedics
Robert Paula computer mouseOffice of the Dean
Tsafi Pe'ery HIV-1 transcription regulation; HIV-1 latent reservoirs; HIV-1 drug resistance; Cellular proteins that interact with HIV-1 Tat; Cellular proteins that interact with Positive Transcription Elongation Factor b (P-TEFb); GEP (Granulin Epithelin Precursor)/progranulin and HIV infection in the nervous system; GEP and its biological role in cancer; The transcription modulators HIC and I-mfa and their role in HIV infection and in cancer; NF-90 family of proteins; RNA-protein interactions.Department of Medicine
Tasneem Peeraully Parkinson's disease and sleep Adult-onset focal task-specific dystoniaDepartment of Neurology
Ruben Peluffo Cardiovascular Research Biophysical chemistry of active electrogenic ion transport Mechanisms of transmembrane solute transport Kinetics and thermodynamics of ion transport processes Structure-function relationships of membrane transport proteins Physiology and Pathology of transportersDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
David Perlin Fungal infections, rapid diagnotics, animal models, drug resistance, biodefense; infectious diseasePublic Health Research Institute
David Perlin Fungal infections, rapid diagnotics, animal models, drug resistance, biodefense; infectious diseaseDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Richard Pine Immunology; tuberculosis; type I/II interferons; host immunity to TB; interferon regulatory factorDepartment of Medicine
Grace Pinhal-Enfield Grace Pinhal-Enfield, Ph.D. has focused her area of research interest on inflammation and wound healing. She currently participates in the following graduate and medical courses offered by the department: Basic Histology (CBMMN5001) Histology Techniques (CBMM5070Q) Anatomy, Cell Biology, and Embryology (NJMS course)Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Abraham Pinter With the inability of available HIV-1 vaccines to achieve protection, there is a clear need for the identification of novel vaccine targets and approaches. A key focus of the work of Dr. Pinter's lab is understanding the basis for the inability of the immune system to control HIV, and identification of new targets and vaccine approaches that may be able to overcome these limitations. The role of conformational masking towards neutralization resistance is being analyzed in detail, with a focus on specific determinants that contribute to masking and identification of mutations that can rPublic Health Research Institute
Beth Pletcher Neurofibromatosis, autism spectrum disorders, Marfan syndrome, evaluation of children with intellectual disabilities for potential genetic conditions, disorders of sex development, medicla education, bioethics, pediatric and genetic workforce, quality improvement initiatives, and child health disparities.Department of Pediatrics
Kathryn Pokorny Ocular pathology; diagnostic ocular ultrastructure and histopathology Metabolic (lysosomal)storage diseases and ocular involvement Vision screening.Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Isle Polonko Gynecological Teaching Associate Programs, including male Teaching Associate Programs, Training and Development in GTA/UTA programs, Training in Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Child Sexual Assault, OSCE Development for medical student training and OSCE training for a variety of social issues such as domestic violence and Standardized Patient TrainingDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Nicholas Ponzio Immunology;immunological mechanisms of autism; tumor immunity; adoptive immunotherapy; cancer immunotherapy; Th1/Th2 biology; cancerDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Janice Prontnicki Evaluation and follow-up care of children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Developmental Delays. Public Health issues related to children and adolescents with developmental disabilities. Advocacy efforts on behalf of children and families.Department of Pediatrics
Maksim Ptushko SportsDepartment of Anesthesiology
Myron Pulier Technologies for delivery of mental health care Collaborative careDepartment of Psychiatry
Nikolaos Pyrsopoulos Liver Transplant, Hepatitis, Liver Cancer, Primary Biliary Cirrhosis, Primary Sclerosing, Cholangitis, Varices, Gastric Varices, Ascites, Hepatorenal Syndrome, Hepatic Encephalopathy, Immunosuppression, Rejection, Endoscopy, Upper Endoscopy, Colonoscopy. Department of Medicine
Maya Raghuwanshi Diabetes Metaboloc syndrome Polycystic ovaries Lipids Hypertension Thyroid disease Pituitary tumours osteoporosis Hypercalcemia cushing's syndrome and cushing's disease hypoadrenalism hypopituitarism Diabetes Insipidus Department of Medicine
Pranela Rameshwar - Hematopoietic regulation, focusing on the neuroendocrine-hematopoietic axis. - Breast cancer stem cells and dormancy in bone marrow. - Regenerative potential of mesenchymal stem cells. - Immune properties of mesenchymal stem cells. - Stem cell use for drug delivery - Cell communication through exosomes - Chemoresistance of glioblastoma - Models of 3D bioprinting - Chemoresistance of glioblastomaDepartment of Medicine
Karen Raphael Medically unexplained pain, psychosocial factors in fibromyalgia and temporomandibular disordersDepartment of Psychiatry
Ali Rashan Teaching, med-techDepartment of Anesthesiology
Elizabeth Raveche Immunology; B cell apoptosis; interleukin-10; B cell malignancies; B cell growth factors in cancer; cancerDepartment of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Celena Redler Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology, mind, brain, behaviorDepartment of Psychiatry
John Reeves Sodium/calcium exchange and cellular calcium homeostasis; Cardiovascular BiologyDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Mark Reilly Prevention of hip arthritis in adults with developmental hip dysplasia, long term outcome after fracture of the pelvis and acetabulum. Outcomes after complex orthopedic trauma Department of Orthopaedics
Mitchell Reiter - Reducing epidural scar tissue following spinal surgery. - Biomechanics of spinal fixation. - Rheumatoid arthritis and its effects on the spine. - New techniques of reducing pain related to disc deterioration - Treatment of spinal cord injuries Department of Orthopaedics
Ronald Rescigno Immunology; ocular immunology; uveitis; inflammatory mediators in sarcoid uveitis; CMV retinitis; AIDS; ocular complications of HIV infectionDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Amariliz Rivera-Medina We study host immunity to pulmonary fungal infections. We are interested in deciphering the unique contributions of innate and adaptive immune cells in defense against fungal infection. The ongoing focus of our work is on deciphering how monocytes and neutrophils orchestrate defense against infection with the clinically relevant fungal pathogen Aspergillus fumigatus. In collaboration with the Xue lab in PHRI we are also studying mechanisms of host defense against infection with Cryptoccocus neoformans. Center for Immunity and Inflammation
Natalie Roche Anoscopy Family Planning for complicated patients (surgical and medical complications) Gynecologic care for HIV infected women Substance use disordersDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Gloria Rodriguez The main focus of the studies in my laboratory is the role of metal homeostasis in host-pathogen interactions. I am particularly interested in the effects of metal ion restriction resulting from nutritional immunity on the pathogenesis of M. tuberculosis (Mtb). My early training in bacteriology, cell biology and immunology, combined with over 25 years in the mycobacterial field, has given me the right foundation to study the biology of the tuberculous bacillus and the complex interplay between Mtb and its host. My group has significantly contributed to the current understanding of thPublic Health Research Institute
Susan Rodriguez-Bostock Improving patient care compliance in the primary care setting through patient educationDepartment of Family Medicine
Melissa Rogers Bone Morphogenetic Protein 2 (BMP2) influences embryogenesis, cancer, valve and vascular calcification. We use molecular, bioinformatic, and tissue culture and transgenic approaches to dissect BMP2 regulation at the transcriptional and post-transcriptional levels. Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Christine Rohowsky-Kochan Cytokines; IL-17/IL-23 axis: T regulatory cells; neuroscience; neuroimmunology; multiple sclerosis; autismDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Anthony Rosania Sports Medicine Critical Care Emergency Medical ServicesEmergency Medicine
Vanessa Routh Neuroscience; hypothalamic glucose sensing ; diet-induced obesity; diabetes;rodent model of type 2 diabetes mellitus; ATP sensitive K+ channels; PCR analysis; cellular signal transductionDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Susan Rovi Child and adult/elder abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault, gender and women health issuesDepartment of Family Medicine
Sanjeev Sabharwal Limb lengthening and deformity correction, Spinal deformities, Pediatric elbowDepartment of Orthopaedics
Junichi Sadoshima Cardiovascular Biology; Cellular Signal Transduction; Stem CellsDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Hassan Safi The long term of my research is to develop new vaccine against tuberculosis. I am using genetic tools as well as exposure to different chemicals as my model to create attenuated strains with strong immunogenic response and, therefore, efficient protection against tuberculosis. A ONE VACCINE with protection against all the strain types is the key for tuberculosis eradication. Department of Medicine
Padmini Salgame Immunology; Th1 immunity; tuberculosis; interleukin-12; T cell polarization; dendritic cells; Pathogenic Mechanisms; Infectious DiseaseDepartment of Medicine
Arun Samanta Accomplished physician and clinical investigator with interest and expertise in liver disease. Worked on viral hepatitis, alcoholic liver disease, cirrhosis, ascites, liver cancer, acute liver failure and liver transplant. Worked with several national and international liver disease experts & opinion leaders on multicenter studies like natural history of hepatitis C, treatment of alcoholic hepatitis, hepatorenal syndrome and refractory ascites. Investigator for NIH and Veterans Administration Healthcare projects on liver disease and recipient of Veterans Healthcare Meritorious Service Award.Department of Medicine
Justin Sambol Hospital and Medical School Administration All aspects of Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery Robotic SurgeryDepartment of Surgery
John Sanchez Academic Medicine Career Development for Health Professionals LGBT Health Pipeline Programs for Diverse Health Professional Pre-MatriculantsEmergency Medicine
Esteban Santana Iii Managed Care Credentialing, Physician CredentialingOffice of the Dean
Vijayalakshmi Santhakumar My research seeks to identify the cellular and synaptic mechanisms of epilepsy following brain injury and unprovoked seizures. We adopt a powerful combination of optogenetics with in vivo and ex vivo electrophysiology and immunohistology and computational modeling. My NIH-funded epilepsy studies involve paired neuronsl recordings in experimental epilepsy and network simulations to uncover circuit mechanism of epileptogenesis. My research spans multiple aspects of post-traumatic pathology from injury biomechanics,to neurogenesis, hippocampal circuits and neuro-immune interactions.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Janine Santos Mitochondrial Physiology and Cancer Research Mitochondria Physiology in terms of kinetics of mtDNA damage and repair Oxidative stress Telomerase function in mitochondria (impact in mitochondrial metabolism and in carcinogenesis)Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Hreday Sapru Neuroscience, Neural pathways in baroreceptos reflex, Neural control of cardiac, Vascular & respiratory functions,Chemoreceptor and cardiopulmonary reflexes, Control of CV & respiratory functions, Microinjection techniquesNeurological Surgery
Danish Sayed Transcriptional and Posttranscriptional Gene Regulation During Cardiac Hypertrophy MicroRNA Regulation and Function in Heart Signal transduction during cardiac stress conditions Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Joseph Schwab Primary care pediatrics Preventive health services Care of medically complex patients Pediatric tobacco controlDepartment of Pediatrics
Robert Schwartz Kaposi's sarcoma, skin cancer, vitiligo, epidermal keratinocyte tumors, cutaneous markers of internal malignancy, dermatologic allergy and immunology, vitiligo, epidemiology, immunotherapy applications, Lyme Disease, acne, necrotizing fasciitis, melanoma, acanthosis nigricansDepartment of Medicine
Martin Schwarz Immunology; inflammation; arthritis; chemokines; chemokine receptors (CXCR2; CXCR3; CCR2; CCR7); pre-clinical drug development; interleukin-4;wound healing; cancer metastasis Office of Research
Sandra Scott Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Substance AbuseEmergency Medicine
Jorge Serrador Cerebral Blood Flow Regulation,Examining the role of the Vestibular System in Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Control,Assessing Vestibular Loss and Developing New Treatments,Enhancing Neural Systems Using Stochastic Resonance,Sex Differences in Human PhysiologyDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Richard Servatius The interests of the Stress & Motivated Behavior are: stress, the genesis of anxiety disorders, unexplained illness, developmental abnormalities, and military medicine. Department of Neurology
Huzaifa Shakir Hybrid RevascularizationDepartment of Surgery
Amiram Sheffet Health promotion and disease prevention, outcomes and cost effectiveness research. Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Noaa Shimoni Women's health, family planningDepartment of Family Medicine
Roman Shirokov Voltage-gated channelsDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Natalia Shirokova My laboratory is interested in cellular mechanisms underlying physiological function and pathophysiological conditions in skeletal and cardiac muscle.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Allan Siegel Neurobiology of aggression and rage; behavioral neuropharmacology; neuroanatomy; limbic system and behaviorDepartment of Neurology
Carol Singer-Granick My primary professional areas of interest include Diabetes Mellitus types 1 and 2, growth abnormalities, and pubertal development.Department of Pediatrics
Inder Singh Strokes, aneurysms, AVMs, and tumors.Neurological Surgery
Jaideep Singh Dancing, stand-upDepartment of Anesthesiology
Anushua Sinha Epidemiology of vaccine-preventable diseases, Epidemiology of peripartum infections and events, Cost-effectiveness analysis, as related to vaccine-preventable diseases, Vaccine-preventable diseases and HIV infection.Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Mark Siracusa My lab is interested in understanding how specialized innate immune cells direct the scope and intensity of Th2 cytokine-mediated inflammation in the context of helminth infections and allergic inflammation. Utilizing diverse animal models and translational approaches, my research is focused on examining the early cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate the progression of inflammation at mucosal sites. Center for Immunity and Inflammation
Michael Sirkin Biomechanical study of fracture fixation and its clinical applications, orthopaedic infections and complex fracture treatment. Department of Orthopaedics
Joan Skurnick Epidemiology of menopausal transition. Biostatistics Multiple Sclerosis clinical trialDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Robert Smith Health Disparities Interventions; Obesity - contributing factors and consequences; Community Based Public Health InitiativesDepartment of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Issar Smith tuberculosis, virulence, microbiology, public health; infectious disease;genetics of Mycobacterium tuberculosis virulence; genes controlled by the regulatory proteins essential for M. tuberculosis virulence;to develop new strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosisPublic Health Research Institute
Pallavi Solanki Interested in providing all spectrum of care for heart failure patients including, but not limited to medications, life style modifications, long term monitoring devices that would guide management, evaluating appropriate patients from advanced cardiac therapy consideration and providing these management. Special interest in Advanced Heart Failure, Mechanical Circulatory Support like ventricular assist devices (both short and long term) and Heart Transplantation related Cardiology. Want to increase the length and breadth of therapies offered to patients who fail traditional heart failure treatDepartment of Medicine
Nizar Souayah Peripheral Neuropathy; ALS; Porphyria Neuropathy;Stem cells and neurodegenerationDepartment of Neurology
Charles Spillert Ethics, and Coagulopathies Department of Surgery
Zoltan Spolarics Immunology, Infection, Inflammation, Trauma, Genetic PolymorphismDepartment of Surgery
Marguerite Stout Calcium regulation in vascular smooth muscleDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
George Studzinski Studies of induced differentiation of leukemia cells, esp by vitamin D.This involves control of the cell cycle,cell survival (apoptosis and anti-apoptasis,and signal transduction pathways, esp MAPKs. Also role of microRNAs in the above processes.Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Adriana Suarez-Ligon Disparities Research High Risk Management Hereditary Breast Cancer Department of Surgery
Katsunori Sugimoto chromosome biology DNA damage repair cellular signal transduction telomere centromere cancerDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Harsh Sule Global Health Health Policy Graduate Medical Education Undergraduate Medical EducationEmergency Medicine
Lester Sultatos Toxicology of pesticidesDepartment of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Carolyn Suzuki Mitochondrial ATP-dependent proteases and chaperones, mitochondrial DNA and protein quality controlDepartment of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Virak Tan Clinical outcome of elbow injuries, biomechanical model for elbow instability, nerve regeneration.Department of Orthopaedics
Tolga Taneli ADHD, Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders, Pediatric OCD, AutismDepartment of Psychiatry
Hanan Tanuos My interests include but are not limited to Obesity and Medical-Legal partnerships to improve health outcomes of children and their familiesDepartment of Pediatrics
Yuanxiang Tao Research in my laboratory focuses on molecular and cellular mechanisms that underlie chronic pain and opioid-induced analgesic tolerance and hyperalgesia. The long-term goal of our research is to develop novel therapeutic strategies for prevention and/or treatment of these disorders. Ongoing projects include: (1) Long noncoding RNA identification and its involvement in chronic pain; (2) Translational regulation that underlies chronic opioid tolerance and hyperalgesia; (3) Gene transcriptional changes in chronic pain; and (4) Molecular mechanisms of sickle cell disease-associated pain.Department of Anesthesiology
Pauline Thomas Public health, primary care pediatrics, pediatric HIV, pediatric asthmaDepartment of Medicine
Andrew Thomas Calcium signaling; Endocrine regulation of liver metabolism; Mitochondrial biology; IP3 action; Nutrient sensing; Hypothalamic neurons in metabolite sensing; Malaria cell biology; Cardiovascular biology Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Bin Tian Our lab studies RNA biology using computational, genomics, molecular biology, and cell biology approaches. We are particularly interested in post-transcriptional gene regulation in development and diseases. Currently, we are investigating evolution, mechanisms and consequences of alternative cleavage and polyadenylation (APA). Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Vasanti Tilak Anesthesia for General surgeryDepartment of Anesthesiology
Maria Torres Schwab Developmental disabilities,genetic disorders, autism, fetal alcohol spectrum disordersDepartment of Pediatrics
Gokce Toruner Genomics assay development activities for clinical testing in the CLIA certified, CAP accredited Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory in Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School. Elucidation of the molecular basis of human diseased using high throughput genomics technologies. Department of Pediatrics
Ellen Townes-Anderson My lab is interested in developmental and regenerative neurobiology using the retina as a model for the CNS. Currently we are examining axon growth and synaptogenesis in adult and injured neurons both in amphibian and porcine systems using high tech microscopical techniques.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Vincent Tsiagbe Immunologic mechanisms of endogenous retroviral superantigen-induced germinal center-derived B cell lymphomagenesis Immunologic mechanisms of bacteria-induced periodontal disease and bone resorptionGraduate School Of Biomedical Sciences Dental
Roger Turbin Neuroscience; neuro-ophthalmology; ocular trauma;orbital tumors; optic nerve pathologies; inflammation; traumaDepartment of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Sanjay Tyagi RNA transport and localizationPublic Health Research Institute
Adanna Ukazu minimally invasive surgery. Smoking cessation. Abnormal uterine bleeding. Obesity.Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Luis Ulloa My lab is interested in the physiological and cellular mechanisms that modulate the immune system based on the physiological needs. We are also interested in translating those physiological mechanisms in new therapeutic and pharmacological strategies for the treatment of infectious and inflammatory disorders. Department of Surgery
Paolo Varricchio Detecting and documenting anatomical variations and their clinical implications.Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Dorothy Vatner CardioVascular BiologyDepartment of Medicine
Stephen Vatner CardioVascular Biology; Stem cellsDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Sharon Venino Graduate Medical EducationDepartment of Anesthesiology
Vishwanath Venketaraman Immunology; innate immunity; tuberculosis; glutathione regulatory pathwaysDepartment of Medicine
Michael Vives Reducing scar tissue following spinal surgery, Biology of Lumbar fusions, Minimally invasive approaches to spinal surgery, Biomechanics of kyhoplasty (Cement augmentation of Osteophorotic Vertebra l bodies), and Spinal Infections. Department of Orthopaedics
Judy Washington Womens health, alternative therapies, primary care of the HIV-infected patient, medical informatics (use of EMR, handheld PC, use of the internet), end of life careDepartment of Family Medicine
Richard Wedeen Occupational and environmental medicine, kidney diseases and lead poisoning. Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Jason Weinstein Immunology Autoimmunity Inflammation Humoral ResponsesDepartment of Medicine
Stanley Weiss Public health and prevention, epidemiology of cancer, infectious diseases, sexually transmitted infections, chronic diseases, xenotransplantation and cross-species infectivity issues, health of drug abusers, public policy, critical assessment of medical literature, asthma, comprehensive cancer control & prevention, bioethics, human subjects research protection issues, cohort analyses, biospecimen repositories. PI of a set of prospective cohort studies numbering >10,000 injection drug users begun in the 1980?s >30 years ago) linked to personal identifying information & a biospecimen collectionDepartment of Medicine
Peter Wenger Infectious diseases, public health surveillance, bioterrorism, medical and public health education, practice of public health, immunizations and health disparities. Department of Preventive Medicine & Community Health
Cornelia Wenokor Musculoskeletal imaging, knee MR, shoulder MR, hip MR, wrist MR, elbow MR, pelvis MR, ankle MR, foot MR, lower extremity MR, Upper extremity MR, Knee CT, Hip CT, Pelvis CT, Shoulder CT, wrist CT, lower extremity CT, Upper extremity CT, Bone and Joint pain, Joint injection, MR arthrogram, Knee anDepartment of Radiology
Ian Whitehead Pathogenic Mechanisms; Infectious Disease; Cancer; Cellular Signal Transduction; oncogenes; GTPase signal transduction pathways;RhoGEF family; actin cytoskeleton alterations;c-Myc; oncogenes; stem cellsDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Robert Wieder Therapeutics, Drug Design, Signal Transduction, Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer, Clinical Trials, Cancer Biology, ImmunologyDepartment of Medicine
Shauna Williams diabetes, hypertension, high risk pregnancy, preterm labor, medical complications in pregnancy, obstetric ultrasound, preeclampsia, prenatal diagnosis, cervical insufficiency, multifetal pregnancyDepartment of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health
Dorian Wilson Organ donation/transplantation in minorities; HCV disease and recurrence post liver transplant; Hepatocellular cancerDepartment of Surgery
Teresa Wood The overall goal of the research in the Wood lab is to elucidate mechanisms and signaling pathways involved in proliferation, differentiation and survival of neural and mammary epithelial stem/progenitor cells. We investigate these pathways in normal development and in specific diseases or pathologies including in Multiple Sclerosis, white matter damage in neural injury and breast cancer. Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Gusheng Wu The prymary interest is the role of GM1 and other ganglioside in neuronal development and neurological diseases. The involves regulation of calcium homeostasis by these glycosphingolipids. Knockout mouse lacking GM1 is a modle in our study; absence of GM1 induces seizures.Department of Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience
Han Wu Basic Science, Clinical Research, Life Sciences, Cancer Research, Research IT, Informatics, Information Technology, Research Computing, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Informatics, Research Support, Core Facilities, Lab Information Management, software developmentDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Lizhao Wu We are interested in understanding how various tumor suppressor and oncogenic signaling pathways impact on normal development and tumorigenesis. Both in vitro tissue/cell culture systems and in vivo mouse models are used.Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Lai-hua Xie Cardiac electrophysiology and calcium handlingDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
Ming Xiong Neuro-anesthesia, Regional anesthesia, Obstetric anesthesiaDepartment of Anesthesiology
Chaoyang Xue Understanding of pathogen-host interaction by using a yeast pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans as a model.Department of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Lin Yan CardioVascular BiologyDepartment of Cell Biology & Molecular Medicine
George Yap Our laboratory studies the role of cytokines in driving differentiation and function of effector T cells and investigates the intracellular mechanisms of resistance to Toxoplasma gondii parasites.Center for Immunity and Inflammation
Atsuko Yatani CardioVascular BiologyDepartment of Surgery
Jiang Ye Our goal is to understand the mechanisms underlying the effects of general anesthetics and alcohols on the CNS. Using electrical recording in brain slices and in isolated neurons, we examine how these agents affect inhibitory and excitatory synapses that use GABA, glycine and glutamate. We also study how these agents affect the behaviors of rats. Department of Anesthesiology
Yu-lan Mary Ying Dr. Ying specializes in Otology: sensorineural and conductive hearing loss, chronic otitis media, cholesteatoma, otosclerosis, Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA); Neurotology: cochlear implantation, inner ear disease including Superior Semi-Circular Canal Dehiscence, Meniere's disease, and facial nerve disorders; and Skull Base Surgery: Vestibular (Acoustic) Neuromas, Meningiomas, Glomus jugulare tumors, Temporal Bone/Cerebellopontine Angle (CPA) tumors; Vestibular and Balance disorders.Department of Otolaryngology
Walter Zahorodny My interests include early identification of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), public health monitoring of ASD and individual psychotherapy for a variety of disorders and problems. Department of Pediatrics
Marco Zarbin Neuroscience; retina; retinal pigment epithelial cell transplantation; wound healing;photoreceptors;Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Xilin Zhao My research interest is to better understand bacterial physiology so that new targets for novel antibiotics or broad-spectrum antibiotic enhancers can be identified. My current focus is on bacterial stress response network and bacterial programmed cell death. Fluoroquinolone mechanisms of action and resistance, antimicrobial resistance reversal, and oxidative stress are other topics of my past and ongoing research directions.Public Health Research Institute
Hua Zhu Pathogenic Mechanisms; Infectious Disease; Human cytomegalovirus (HMCV) infection;interferon-stimulated genes; HMCV-initiated signal transduction pathwaysDepartment of Microbiology, Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics