- Andrew Greene, PhD, Physiology and Biotechnology & Bioengineering Center
- Medical Scientist Training Program
Endothelial Progenitor Cells, Therapeutic activation of angiotensin peptide receptors (i.e. AT1, MAS1, etc.), Immune system/cardiovascular system interactions
Medical College of Wisconsin
Advisor: Andrew Greene, PhD
Project: Mechanisms of Endothelial Progenitor Cell Dysfunction in the Dahl S Rat: Quantity over Quality?
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, 2009-2011
Advisor: Dana K. Merriman (nee Vaughan), PhD
Project: Cone photoreceptor outer segment shedding halts during torpor but resumes during interbout arousal
Prisco AR, Bukowy JD, Hoffmann BR, Karcher JR, Exner EC, Greene AS (2014) Automated Quantification Reveals Hyperglycemia Inhibits Endothelial Angiogenic Function. PLoS ONE 9(4): e94599. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094599
Eric Exner, Timothy Stodola, Brian Hoffmann, and Andrew Greene. A Novel Role for AT1: Ang-(1-7)/Mas Signal Transduction. Abstract for poster presentation, National MD/PhD Student Conference, Keystone, Colorado, July 2016.
Eric Exner, Alex Abel, Sarah Parker, Subramaniam Malarkannan, and Andrew Greene. NK cell mediated cytotoxicity: a potential mechanism of endothelial progenitor cell dysfunction in the SS rat. Abstract for poster presentation, Experimental Biology, Boston, Massachusetts, April 2015.
Eric Exner, Brian Hoffmann, Daniel Sem, and Andrew Greene. Exploring off-target binding of thiazolidinediones and a novel mechanism for restoring insulin sensitivity. Abstract for poster presentation, Experimental Biology, San Diego, California, April 2014.
Music (my band, "This Side Up"), hard sci-fi literature, football, board games