Assistant Professor of Developmental BiologyContact Information
Institute for Regenerative Medicine
Department of Animal Biology
University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School
3800 Spruce St., Room 153E Old Vet.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
BS (Applied Chemistry) Keio University, 1992
MS (Biomedical Engineering) Keio University Graduate School, 1994
PhD (Medicine) Tokai University School of Medicine, 2002
Description of Research Expertise
Stem Cells; Tissue Regeneration; Animal Models
Stem Cell Biology; Regenerative Medicine
Molecular Biology; Cell Biology; Oncology, Mouse Genetics
Suzuki, D. and Senoo, M.: Increased p63 phosphorylation marks early transition of epidermal stem cells to progenitors. Journal of Investigative Dermatology in press, advance online publication 24 May 2012.
Carter, R.A. Engiles, J.B. Megee, S.O. Senoo, M.* and Galantino-Homer, H.L.* (*co-corresponding authors): Decreased expression of p63, a regulator of epidermal stem cells, in the chronic laminitic equine hoof. Equine Veterinary Journal 43: 543-551, 2011.
Senoo, M., Pinto, F., Crum, C. P. and McKeon, F. : p63 is essential for the proliferative potential of stem cells in stratified epithelia. Cell 129: 523-536, 2007.
Ueki, Y., Lin, C.Y., Senoo, M., Ebihara, T., Agata, N., Onji, M., Saheki, Y., Kawai, T., Mukherjee, P. M., Reichenberger, E. and Olsen, B. R: Increased myeloid cell responses to M-CSF and RANKL cause bone loss and inflammation in SH3BP2 "cherubism" mice. Cell 128: 71-83, 2007.
Senoo, M., Manis, J. P., Alt, F. W. and McKeon, F. : p63 and p73 are not required for the development and p53-dependent apoptosis of T cells. Cancer Cell 6: 85-89, 2004.