Jacqueline Lonier, MD, Endocrine Fellow

Jacqueline Lonier, MDI received my BS from Yale University and my MD from Columbia University. I completed my residency in internal medicine at NYU.

During my residency, I assisted with projects in the Diabetes Research Program.  These projects investigated mechanisms of amylin-induced pancreatic beta cell toxicity and effects of soluble RAGE in a mouse model of diabetes.

Following my residency I worked for a year as a hospitalist at NYU.  I began my endocrinology fellowship in 2013. I am now in my second year of the fellowship and am re-joining the lab. My project will focus on elucidating cell signaling pathways involved in amylin-induced beta cell toxicity. In particular we hope to further define the relationship between RAGE activation and the Akt pathway, which is involved in beta cell proliferation.
 
Publication:
Shah TR, Parikh P, Borkon M, Mocharla R, Lonier J, Rosenzweig BP, Mussa FF. Endovascular repair of contained abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture with aortocaval fistula presenting with high-output heart failure. Vasc Endovascular Surg. 2013 Jan;47(1):51-6.