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Tiffany Yating Hsu, M.D., Ph.D.

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  1. F30CA180447 (HSU, TIFFANY Y) Jul 1, 2013 - Jun 30, 2017
    NIH/NCI
    Elucidating the functions of Bud31, an essential gene in Myc-driven breast cancer
    Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. D'Silva KM, Serling-Boyd N, Wallwork R, Hsu TY, Sparks JA, Wallace ZS. Response to: 'COVID-19 in patients with rheumatic diseases: what is the real mortality risk?' by Marques et al. Ann Rheum Dis. 2020 Jul 13. PMID: 32660976.
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  2. D'Silva KM, Serling-Boyd N, Wallwork R, Hsu T, Sparks JA, Wallace ZS. Response to: 'Incidence of severe COVID-19 in a Spanish cohort of 1037 patients with rheumatic diseases treated with biologics and JAK-inhibitors' by Jovani et al. Ann Rheum Dis. 2020 Jun 25. PMID: 32586919.
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  3. D'Silva KM, Serling-Boyd N, Wallwork R, Hsu T, Sparks JA, Wallace ZS. Response to: 'COVID-19 in patients with rheumatological diseases treated with Anti-TNF' by Brito et al and 'Clinical characteristics and outcomes of patients with COVID-19 and rheumatic disease in China 'hot spot' versus in US 'hot spot': similarities and differences' by Zhao et al. Ann Rheum Dis. 2020 Jun 16. PMID: 32546600.
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  4. D'Silva KM, Serling-Boyd N, Wallwork R, Hsu T, Fu X, Gravallese EM, Choi HK, Sparks JA, Wallace ZS. Clinical characteristics and outcomes of patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and rheumatic disease: a comparative cohort study from a US 'hot spot'. Ann Rheum Dis. 2020 09; 79(9):1156-1162. PMID: 32457048.
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  5. Hsu TY, Simon LM, Neill NJ, Marcotte R, Sayad A, Bland CS, Echeverria GV, Sun T, Kurley SJ, Tyagi S, Karlin KL, Dominguez-Vidaña R, Hartman JD, Renwick A, Scorsone K, Bernardi RJ, Skinner SO, Jain A, Orellana M, Lagisetti C, Golding I, Jung SY, Neilson JR, Zhang XH, Cooper TA, Webb TR, Neel BG, Shaw CA, Westbrook TF. The spliceosome is a therapeutic vulnerability in MYC-driven cancer. Nature. 2015 Sep 17; 525(7569):384-8. PMID: 26331541.
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  6. Karlin KL, Mondal G, Hartman JK, Tyagi S, Kurley SJ, Bland CS, Hsu TY, Renwick A, Fang JE, Migliaccio I, Callaway C, Nair A, Dominguez-Vidana R, Nguyen DX, Osborne CK, Schiff R, Yu-Lee LY, Jung SY, Edwards DP, Hilsenbeck SG, Rosen JM, Zhang XH, Shaw CA, Couch FJ, Westbrook TF. The oncogenic STP axis promotes triple-negative breast cancer via degradation of the REST tumor suppressor. Cell Rep. 2014 Nov 20; 9(4):1318-32. PMID: 25453754.
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  7. Terunuma A, Putluri N, Mishra P, Mathé EA, Dorsey TH, Yi M, Wallace TA, Issaq HJ, Zhou M, Killian JK, Stevenson HS, Karoly ED, Chan K, Samanta S, Prieto D, Hsu TY, Kurley SJ, Putluri V, Sonavane R, Edelman DC, Wulff J, Starks AM, Yang Y, Kittles RA, Yfantis HG, Lee DH, Ioffe OB, Schiff R, Stephens RM, Meltzer PS, Veenstra TD, Westbrook TF, Sreekumar A, Ambs S. MYC-driven accumulation of 2-hydroxyglutarate is associated with breast cancer prognosis. J Clin Invest. 2014 Jan; 124(1):398-412. PMID: 24316975.
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  8. Kessler JD, Kahle KT, Sun T, Meerbrey KL, Schlabach MR, Schmitt EM, Skinner SO, Xu Q, Li MZ, Hartman ZC, Rao M, Yu P, Dominguez-Vidana R, Liang AC, Solimini NL, Bernardi RJ, Yu B, Hsu T, Golding I, Luo J, Osborne CK, Creighton CJ, Hilsenbeck SG, Schiff R, Shaw CA, Elledge SJ, Westbrook TF. A SUMOylation-dependent transcriptional subprogram is required for Myc-driven tumorigenesis. Science. 2012 Jan 20; 335(6066):348-53. PMID: 22157079.
    Citations: 140     Fields:    Translation:HumansAnimalsCells
  9. Zhang L, Li P, Hsu T, Aguilar HR, Frantz DE, Schneider JW, Bachoo RM, Hsieh J. Small-molecule blocks malignant astrocyte proliferation and induces neuronal gene expression. Differentiation. 2011 Apr; 81(4):233-42. PMID: 21419563.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.