Ryne DeBo


Fifth Year PhD Student, 2015 - 2016

Year Matriculated: 

E-mail:   rdebo@wakehealth.edu

Lake Forest College, BA
Rush University, MS

Advisor:  Dr. Thomas Register

 Research Interest:  
Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, and Atherosclerosis

Meeting Abstracts (Presenter)
Ryne J. DeBo, BA, MS; Greg Dugan, DVM; Cynthia J. Lees, DVM,PhD; J Mark. Cline, DVM, PhD; and Thomas C. Register, PhD, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC. Late effects of radiation exposure on cardiovascular structure and function and circulating biomarkers in adult rhesus macaques. 
Poster presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society, New Orleans, LA, September 18th, 2013.

Poster finalist at the 12th Annual Charlotte Life Sciences Conference, Charlotte, NC, October 24th, 2013. 

Poster presented at the Radiation Oncology & Imaging Program Annual Retreat, Duke University, Durham, NC, March 10th, 2014.


DeBo, R.J., Register, T.C., Caudell, D.L., Sempowski, G.D., Dugan, G., Gray, S., Owzar, K., Jiang, C., Bourland, J.D., Nelson, C.J., and Cline, J.M. (2015). Molecular and Cellular Profiling of Acute Responses to Total Body Radiation Exposure in Ovariectomized Female Cynomolgus Macaques. International Journal of Radiation Biology. (In press)


Kavanagh, K., Dendinger, M.D., Davis, A.T., Register, T.C., DeBo, R.J., Dugan, G., and Cline, J.M. (2015). Type II diabetes is a delayed late effect of whole body irradiation in nonhuman primates. Radiation Research. (In press) 



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