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Class of 2005
Name
Pinho, Andreia V.
E-Mail
a.pinho@garvan.org.au
1st Degree
Biology (Microbiology and genetics)
University (1st Degree)
FCUL
About the PhD
Field of Research
Oncology
Thesis Title
Pancreatic acinar cells plasticity. Senescence, EMT and p53.
Abstract
Pancreatic acinar cells display plasticity to acquire distinct differentiation programs, being involved in diseases as chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma. This work shows that acinar cells cultured...
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Supervisor(s)
Francisco X. Real
University
Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
Laboratory
IMIM (Barcelona) and CNIO (Madrid)
Country
Spain
Date of Thesis Defence
2011-07-14
After the PhD (Current Situation)
Position
Postdoctoral Research Officer
Institution
Pancreatic Carcinogenesis Group, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, The Kinghorn Cancer Centre
City
Darlinghurst Sydney NSW
Country
Australia

Relevant Publications
Pinho AV, Rooman I, Real FX. p53-dependent regulation of growth, epithelial-mesenchymal transition and stemness in normal pancreatic epithelial cells.Cell Cycle. 2011 Apr 15;10(8):1312-21.
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Pinho AV, Rooman I, Reichert M, De Medts N, Bouwens L, Rustgi AK, Real FX. Adult pancreatic acinar cells dedifferentiate to an embryonic progenitor phenotype with concomitant activation of a senescence programme that is present in chronic pancreatitis. Gut. 2011 Jul;60(7):958-66.
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2013-07-26 05:10:27
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