Keith Webster, Ph.D.
Professor of Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology; Director of the Vascular Biology Institute; Walter G. Ross Chair of Vascular Biology
Rosenstiel Medical Sciences Building 6038
B. A. in Biology , University of York, England
Ph.D. in Biochemistry, University of York, England
Senior Research Associate, Dept. of Genetics, Stanford University, California.
Assistant Professor, Dept of Biochemistry, USC, Los Angeles, Calif. (1988)
Senior Scientist, SRI International (1993)
Program Director, Molecular Cardiology Laboratory, SRI International, (1996)
Associate Professor, University of Miami , Miami, FL. (1998)
President & CEO of Integene Inc. (Intelligent Gene and Cell Therapy)
- Molecular mechanisms of hypoxia/ischemia-regulated gene expression.
- Molecular pathology of vascular disease.
- Control of cell death in ischemic heart disease/protective strategies.
- Gene therapy with "Intelligent Gene" delivery techniques.
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The Molecular Cardiology Laboratory at the University of Miami has active research projects in the following areas:
Applicable techniques include molecular biology, immunocytochemistry, laser imaging, motion analysis, protein chemistry, gene-chip array screening, viral gene transfer, apoptosis assays, animal models of heart failure.
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Cesar L, Suarez SV, Adi J, Adi N, Vazquez-Padron R, Yu H, Ma Q, Goldschmidt-Clermont PJ, Agatston A, Kurlansky P, Webster KA
. An essential role for diet in exercise-mediated protection against dyslipidemia, inflammation and atherosclerosis in ApoE⁻/⁻ mice. PLoS One
. 2011 Feb 16;6(2):e17263. PMID: 21359188
Zhang C, Jia P, Jia Y, Li Y, Webster KA
, Huang X, Achary M, Lemanski SL, Lemanski LF. Anoxia, acidosis, and intergenic interactions selectively regulate methionine sulfoxide reductase transcriptions in mouse embryonic stem cells
. J Cell Biochem. 2011 Jan;112(1):98-106.PMID: 20872796