Charleen T. Chu, MD, Duke University, PhD, Duke University

Pathology University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States 
Neuropathology, Parkinson's disease, mitochondria, autophagy
"Charleen Chu"

Mean distance: 19.8 (cluster 32)
Cross-listing: Neuropathology Tree


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Karel F. Liem research assistant Harvard (Biomechanics Tree)
Salvatore V. Pizzo grad student Duke University School of Medicine (Chemistry Tree)
Darell D. Bigner post-doc Duke
Christine M. Hulette post-doc Duke
 (clinical training)
Christine M. Hulette post-doc Duke
 (clinical training)
Roger E. McLendon post-doc Duke
 (clinical training)
Roger E. McLendon post-doc Duke
 (clinical training)
Alan Proia post-doc (Neuropathology Tree)
 (clinical training)
Gordon K. Klintworth post-doc 1997-1998
 (clinical training)


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Salvatore Cherra, III grad student University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
Aaron Gusdon grad student University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
Vivek Patel grad student University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
P. Anthony Otero grad student 2016- University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
Elisabeth M. Chalovich grad student 2006 University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
Erin Steer grad student 2011-2016 University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
Ruben Dagda post-doc University of Nevada at Reno
Craig Michael Horbinski post-doc University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Scott M. Kulich post-doc University of Pittsburgh
Edward Douglas Plowey post-doc Stanford
Edward Douglas Plowey post-doc Stanford
Jian-hui Zhu post-doc University of Pittsburgh
Britney Lizama post-doc 2018- University of Pittsburgh
Jason Cheng-Hsuan Chiang post-doc 2014-2016 University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
Manish Verma post-doc 2013-2017 University of Pittsburgh (Neuropathology Tree)
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Liu Y, Lear TB, Verma M, et al. (2020) Chemical inhibition of FBXO7 reduces inflammation and confers neuroprotection by stabilizing the mitochondrial kinase PINK1. Jci Insight. 5
Verma M, Zhu J, Wang KZQ, et al. (2020) Chronic treatment with the complex I inhibitor MPP+ depletes endogenous PTEN-induced kinase 1(PINK1) via upregulation of BCL-2-associated athanogene 6. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Xu ZD, Wang Y, Liang G, et al. (2019) Propofol affects mouse embryonic fibroblast survival and proliferation in vitro via ATG5- and calcium-dependent regulation of autophagy. Acta Pharmacologica Sinica
Artyukhova MA, Tyurina YY, Chu CT, et al. (2019) Interrogating Parkinson's disease associated redox targets: Potential application of CRISPR editing. Free Radical Biology & Medicine
Yang M, Wang Y, Liang G, et al. (2019) Alzheimer's Disease Presenilin-1 Mutation Sensitizes Neurons to Impaired Autophagy Flux and Propofol Neurotoxicity: Role of Calcium Dysregulation. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease : Jad. 67: 137-147
Wang KZQ, Steer E, Otero PA, et al. (2018) PINK1 Interacts with VCP/p97 and Activates PKA to Promote NSFL1C/p47 Phosphorylation and Dendritic Arborization in Neurons. Eneuro. 5
Chu CT. (2018) Autophagy in Neurological Diseases: An update. Neurobiology of Disease
Verma M, Wills Z, Chu CT. (2018) Excitatory Dendritic Mitochondrial Calcium Toxicity: Implications for Parkinson's and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 523
Chu CT. (2018) Mechanisms of selective autophagy and mitophagy: Implications for neurodegenerative diseases. Neurobiology of Disease
D'Aiuto L, Naciri J, Radio N, et al. (2018) Generation of three-dimensional human neuronal cultures: application to modeling CNS viral infections. Stem Cell Research & Therapy. 9: 134
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