Amritha Kidiyoor

Kidiyoor, Amritha

Fourth Year Student, 2015-2016

Year Matriculated: 2012

Email address:
akidiyoo@wakehealth.edu

Education: B.E in Biotechology Engineering (India), M.S in Biology (UNC Charlotte)

Advisor: Anthony Atala, M.D, Surgical Sciences (Urology) - WFIRM 

Research Interests: Reprogramming fibrotic lung tissue to functional epithelial lung tissue.

Presentations:

Poster presentation at Gordon Research Seminar and Conference, Andover NH, August 2015
 
Oral presentation at Annual Pulmonary Horizons COPD conference as invited Keynote speaker, Miami FL, July 2015

Poster presentation at WFIRM Annual retreat, Pinehurst NC, February 2015

Seminar presentation for MMTS department, Winston Salem NC, February 2015

Poster presentation at WFIRM Annual retreat, Pinehurst NC, February 2014

Seminar presentation for MMTS department, Winston Salem NC,  April 2014

Publications:

Article- Li W*, Kidiyoor A*, Hu Y*, Guo C, Liu M, Yao X, Zhang Y, Peng B, Zheng J. ‘Evaluation of transforming growth factor-β1 suppress Pokemon/epithelial–mesenchymal transition expression in human bladder cancer cells’ in Tumor Biology, 2015 (*equal contribution)

Article- Murphy S.V, Kidiyoor A, Reid T, Atala A, Wallace E.M, Lim R. ‘Isolation, cryopreservation and culture of human amnion epithelial cells for clinical applications’ in JOVE, 2014 

Article- Kidiyoor A, Schettini J, Besmer DM, Rego SL, Nath S, Curry JM, Roy LD, Dréau D, Mukherjee P. ‘Pancreatic Cancer Cells Isolated from Muc1-Null Tumors Favor the Generation of a Mature Less Suppressive MDSC Population’ in Frontiers Immunology, 2014

Book chapter- Kidiyoor A, Murphy S.V, Atala A.  ‘Adult Lung Stem Cells’ in Gene and Cell Therapy, 2014 

Book chapter- Kidiyoor A, Murphy S.V, Atala A. ‘Stem Cells from the Amniotic fluid and Placenta’ in Cell and Molecular Biology and Imaging of Stem Cells, 2014 

Article- Rego SL, Swamydas M, Kidiyoor A, Helms R, De Piante A, Lance AL, Mukherjee P, Dréau D. ‘Soluble tumor necrosis factor receptors shed by breast tumor cells inhibit macrophage chemotaxis’. Journal of Interferon Cytokine Research, 2013



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