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Michael J. Garabedian

Michael J. Garabedian

Professor, Department of Microbiology

Professor, Department of Urology

Keywords
signal transduction and transcriptional regulation by nuclear receptors, molecular, cellular, & translational neuroscience, regulation of atherosclerosis by LXR, targeting therapy resistant prostate cancer
Summary

Nuclear receptors are ligand-regulated transcription factors that control diverse physiological and developmental processes. The focus of my laboratory is to understand the mechanism of signal transduction and transcriptional regulation by nuclear hormone receptors, including LXR alpha in cardiovascular disease, the glucocorticoid receptor (GR) in immune and neuronal function, and the androgen receptor (AR) in prostate cancer. We use state-of-the-art genetic (mouse knock-outs and knock-ins and CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing), biochemical (RNA-/ ChIP-seq and high-throughput siRNA and small molecules screens) as well as proteomic strategies to identify macromolecular complexes important in nuclear receptor activity to elucidate the mechanism of LXR, AR and GR function in vivo. Characterizing factors that control nuclear receptor activity can lead to potential new therapeutic strategies for prostate cancer, atherosclerosis as well as stress related anxiety, and depression.

 

Phone

212-263-7662

Academic office

450 East 29th Street

Room 324

New York, NY 10016

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Professor, Department of Microbiology

Professor, Department of Urology

Course Director

Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco, Mechanism of Glucocotricoid Receptor

Arango-Lievano, Margarita; Borie, Amelie M; Dromard, Yann; Murat, Maxime; Desarmenien, Michel G; Garabedian, Michael J; Jeanneteau, Freddy

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 2019 Jun 25; 116(26):13097-13106

Arango-Lievano, Margarita; Borie, Amelie M; Dromard, Yann; Murat, Maxime; Desarmenien, Michel G; Garabedian, Michael J; Jeanneteau, Freddy

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). 2019 Jun; 116(26):13097-13106

Mukudai, Shigeyuki; Hiwatashi, Nao; Bing, Renjie; Garabedian, Michael; Branski, Ryan C

Laryngoscope. 2019 May; 129(5):E187-E193

Becares, Natalia; Gage, Matthew C; Voisin, Maud; Shrestha, Elina; Martin-Gutierrez, Lucia; Liang, Ning; Louie, Rikah; Pourcet, Benoit; Pello, Oscar M; Luong, Tu Vinh; Goñi, Saioa; Pichardo-Almarza, Cesar; Røberg-Larsen, Hanne; Diaz-Zuccarini, Vanessa; Steffensen, Knut R; O'Brien, Alastair; Garabedian, Michael J; Rombouts, Krista; Treuter, Eckardt; Pineda-Torra, Inés

Cell reports. 2019 Jan 22; 26(4):984-995.e6

Wang, Yu; Schafler, Eric D; Thomas, Phillip A; Ha, Susan; David, Gregory; Adney, Emily; Garabedian, Michael J; Lee, Peng; Logan, Susan K

Oncotarget. 2019 Jan 22; 10(7):707-716

Hennessy, E J; van, Solingen C; Scacalossi, K R; Ouimet, M; Afonso, M S; Prins, J; Koelwyn, G J; Sharma, M; Ramkhelawon, B; Carpenter, S; Busch, A; Chernogubova, E; Matic, L P; Hedin, U; Maegdefessel, L; Caffrey, B E; Hussein, M A; Ricci, E P; Temel, R E; Garabedian, M J; Berger, J S; Vickers, K C; Kanke, M; Sethupathy, P; Teupser, D; Holdt, L M; Moore, K J

Nature metabolism. 2019 Jan 01; 1(1):98-110

Jeanneteau, Freddy; Borie, Amélie; Chao, Moses V; Garabedian, Michael J

Neuroendocrinology. 2018 Dec 20;

Schneider, Jeffrey A; Craven, Timothy W; Kasper, Amanda C; Yun, Chi; Haugbro, Michael; Briggs, Erica M; Svetlov, Vladimir; Nudler, Evgeny; Knaut, Holger; Bonneau, Richard; Garabedian, Michael J; Kirshenbaum, Kent; Logan, Susan K

Nature communications. 2018 10 23; 9(1):4396