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MAKOTO SENOO, BS, MS, PhD
Assistant Professor of Developmental Biology, Institute for Regenerative Medicine Department of Animal Biology University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School

Research Areas: Oncology, Regenerative medicine, Stem Cells, Tissue regeneration

Contact Information:
Institute for Regenerative Medicine Department of Animal Biology University of Pennsylvania Veterinary School 3800 Spruce St., Room 153E Old Vet.
 Phone 215-746-2062
 Fax 215-573-5188
 Email msenoo@vet.upenn.edu

KEY WORDS:
Stem Cells; Tissue Regeneration; Animal Models

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Stem Cell Biology; Regenerative Medicine

RESEARCH FIELDS:
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 132: 2461-2464, 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.

BS (Applied Chemistry) Keio University, 1992

MS (Biomedical Engineering) Keio University Graduate School, 1994

PhD (Medicine) Tokai University School of Medicine, 2002