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Class of 2007
Name
Ribeiro, Sara
Nationality
Portuguese
E-Mail
mimed12005@med.up.pt
1st Degree
Microbiology
University (1st Degree)
Catholic University
About the PhD
Field of Research
Molecular Cell Biology
Thesis Title
A novel model of tumour formation in NF1
Supervisor(s)
Alison Lloyd
Co-Supervisor(s)
Antonella Riccio
University
University College London
Laboratory
Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology - Medical Research Council
City
London
Country
United Kingdom
Date of Thesis Defence
2012-03-26

Publications
Pinto JP, Ribeiro S, Pontes H, Thowfeequ S, Tosh D, Carvalho F, Porto G. Erythropoietin mediates hepcidin expression in hepatocytes through EPOR signaling and regulation of C/EBPalpha. Blood. 2008 Jun 15;111(12):5727-33
Parrinello S, Napoli I, Ribeiro S, Digby PW, Fedorova M, Parkinson DB, Doddrell RD, Nakayama M, Adams RH, Lloyd AC. EphB signaling directs peripheral nerve regeneration through Sox2-dependent Schwann cell sorting. Cell 2010 Oct 1;143(1):145-55
Napoli I, Noon LA, Ribeiro S, Kerai AP, Parrinello S, Rosenberg LH, Collins MJ, Harrisingh MC, White I, Woodhoo A, Lloyd AC. A central role for the ERK-signalling pathway in controlling Schwann cell plasticity and peripheral nerve regeneration in vivo. Neuron 2011. in press
Collins MJ, Napoli I*, Ribeiro S*, Roberts S, and Alison C. Lloyd1. Loss of Rb Cooperates with Ras to Drive Oncogenic Growth in Mammalian Cells. Current Biology (In press) (*equal contributions)
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Injury Signals Cooperate with Nf1 Loss to Relieve the Tumor-Suppressive Environment of Adult Peripheral Nerve
Sara Ribeiro, Ilaria Napoli, Ian J. White, Simona Parrinello, Adrienne M. Flanagan, Ueli Suter, Luis F. Parada, Alison C. Lloyd. Cell Rep. 2013
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