Xiaoping Shen, MD, Associate Research Scientist
Dr. Xiaoping (Jennifer) Shen is an Associate Research Scientist in the Diabetes Research Program, at NYU Langone Medical Center. She obtained her M.D. in 1983 and completed her internal medicine residency at the Capital University of Medicine in Beijing, China.
Dr. Shen was a cardiologist at the Beijing Dian-Li Hospital from 1986 to 1997. She came to the USA in 1997 and was awarded a B.S. degree in Bioinformatics in 2002 and then enrolled in the Computer Science M.S. program at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York. Her research studies included inherited diseases, such as, Batten disease and progeria, at the Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities from 2002 to 2007.
In 2007, Dr. Shen joined Dr. Schmidt’s lab at Columbia University Medical Center. She later relocated with the lab to NYU Langone Medical Center in 2010.
1. Vedantham S, Ananthakrishnan R, Ravindranath T, Hallam K, Li Q, Rosario R, Lu Y, Reiniger N, Shen X, Goldberg IJ, Schmidt AM, Ramasamy R. Human Aldose Reductase Expression Accelerates Atherosclerosis in Diabetic ApoE-/- Mice. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2011 Aug 31(8):1805-13. Epub Jun 2.
2. Xu Y, Toure F, Qu W, Lin L, song F, Shen X, Rosario R, Garcia J, Schmidt AM, Yan SF. Advanced glycation end product (AGE)-receptor for AGE (RAGE) signaling and up-regulation of Egr-1 in hypoxic macrophages. J Biol Chem. 2010 Jul 23; 285(30):23233-40. Epub 2010 May 27.
3. Bu DX, Rai V, Shen X, Rosario R, Lu Y, D’Agati V, Yan SF, Friedman RA. Nuglozeh E, Schmidt AM. Activation of the ROCK 1 branch of the transforming growth factor-beta pathway contributes to RAGE-dependent acceleration of atherosclerosis in diabetic ApoE-null mice. Circ Res. 2010 Apr 2; 106(6):1040-51. Epub 2010 Feb 4.
4. Haria E, Bu DX, Hudson BI, Chang JS, Shen X, Hallam K, Kalea AZ, Lu y, Rosario RH, Oruganti S, Nukolla Z, Beloy D, Lalla D, Ramasamy R, Yan SF, Schmidt AM. Vascular and inflammatory stresses mediate atherosclerosis via RAGE and its ligands in
apoE-/- mice. Clin Invest. 2008 Jan; 118(1):183-94.
1. Improvement in Angiogenesis and restoration of Blood Flow in Diabetic Mice by Sanguinate™. Xiaoping Shen, Rosa Rosario, Yu Shan Zou, Ann Marie Schmidt, Shi Fang Yan, Abe Abichowski. Em2011 Poster presentation, Abstract number: 1308.
2. RAGE signaling in Macrophage Contributes to Atherosclerosis in ApoE Null Mice. Xiaoping Shen, Rosa Rosario, Yan Lu, Shi Fang Yan, Ann Marie Schmidt. AHA 2009 Poster presentation, Abstract number: 5572, Circulation 2009; 120:S1119.
3. RAGE in Bone Marrow Derived Cells Blunts Restoration of Blood Flow in Mice Subjected to Femoral Artery Ligation. Xiaoping Shen, Fei Song, Rosa Rosario, Alfredo Morales, Yu Shan Zou, Ann Marie Schmidt, Shi Fang Yan. AHA 2009 Oral presentation, Abstract number: 5757, Circulation 2009; 120:S1142.
4. RAGE Impairs Angiogenesis Consequent to Femoral Artery Ligation in Diabetic Mice. Xiaoping Shen, Dmitri Belov, Rosa Rosario, Yoshifumi NAKA, Ann Marie Schmidt, Shi Fang Yan. AHA 2008 Poster presentation, Abstract number: 3645, Circulation 2008; 118:S_457.
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.
- Nosirudeen Quadri 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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