Jacqueline Lonier, MD, Endocrine Fellow
I 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.
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.
News & Highlights
- Translational Research in Diabetes and Obesity: Exciting Collaborations at NYULMC
- Ann Marie Schmidt MD and Ravi Ramasamy, PhD were awarded a Collaborative Interdisciplinary Team Science in NIDDK Research Areas (R24) grant from the NIH/NIDDK. <<more>>
Dr. Ramasamy has been granted tenure by the University. Effective July 1, 2014.
- Gurdip Daffu, PhD is the Diabetes Research Program Researcher of the Month
- On May 14, 2014, the Department of Medicine held its 13th Annual Research Day. Among the participants were several members of the Diabetes Research Program. <<more>>
- The Diabetes Research Program and NYU's Initiative in Data Science and Statistics were awarded a research grant from Independence Blue Cross. The goal of this collaboration is twofold; detect undiagnosed diabetes cases and predict potential cases of the disease. <<more>>
- Ann Marie Schmidt, MD and Ravi Ramasamy, PhD were awarded a grant from the NYU Abu Dhabi Institute. In collaboration with the NYU Abu Dhabi Public Health Research Institute, the project will examine the growing obesity and diabetes epidemic in Abu Dhabi.
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