Stefano B Rivella

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Professor of Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics
Graduate Group Affiliations

Contact information
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHoP)
3615 Civic Center Blvd, room 316B
Abramson Research Center
Philadelphia, PA 19104

https://www.med.upenn.edu/apps/faculty/index.php/g275/p8859218
https://www.linkedin.com/in/stefano-rivella-9b5a489a
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-590-6840
Fax: 267-426-5476
Education:
BSc
University of Pavia, 1990.
PhD
University of Pavia, 1999.
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Selected Publications

Li Huihui, Choesang Tenzin, Bao Weili, Chen Huiyong, Feola Maria, Garcia-Santos Daniel, Li Jie, Sun Shuming, Follenzi Antonia, Pham Petra, Liu Jing, Zhang Jinghua, Ponka Prem, An Xiuli, Mohandas Narla, Fleming Robert E, Rivella Stefano, Li Guiyuan, Ginzburg Yelena Z: Decreasing TfR1 expression reverses anemia and hepcidin suppression in β-thalassemic mice. Blood 129(11): 1514-1526, Mar 2017.

Crielaard Bart J, Lammers Twan, Rivella Stefano: Targeting iron metabolism in drug discovery and delivery. Nature reviews. Drug discovery Feb 2017.

Muckenthaler Martina U, Rivella Stefano, Hentze Matthias W, Galy Bruno: A Red Carpet for Iron Metabolism. Cell 168(3): 344-361, Jan 2017.

Han Chang Yeob, Koo Ja Hyun, Kim Sung Hoon, Gardenghi Sara, Rivella Stefano, Strnad Pavel, Hwang Se Jin, Kim Sang Geon: Hepcidin inhibits Smad3 phosphorylation in hepatic stellate cells by impeding ferroportin-mediated regulation of Akt. Nature communications 7: 13817, Dec 2016.

Akchurin Oleh, Sureshbabu Angara, Doty Steve B, Zhu Yuan-Shan, Patino Edwin, Cunningham-Rundles Susanna, Choi Mary E, Boskey Adele, Rivella Stefano: Lack of hepcidin ameliorates anemia and improves growth in an adenine-induced mouse model of chronic kidney disease. American journal of physiology. Renal physiology 311(5): F877-F889, Nov 2016.

Cosenza Lucia Carmela, Breda Laura, Breveglieri Giulia, Zuccato Cristina, Finotti Alessia, Lampronti Ilaria, Borgatti Monica, Chiavilli Francesco, Gamberini Maria Rita, Satta Stefania, Manunza Laura, De Martis Franca Rosa, Moi Paolo, Rivella Stefano, Gambari Roberto, Bianchi Nicoletta: A validated cellular biobank for β-thalassemia. Journal of translational medicine 14: 255, Sep 2016.

Breda Laura, Motta Irene, Lourenco Silvia, Gemmo Chiara, Deng Wulan, Rupon Jeremy W, Abdulmalik Osheiza Y, Manwani Deepa, Blobel Gerd A, Rivella Stefano: Forced chromatin looping raises fetal hemoglobin in adult sickle cells to higher levels than pharmacologic inducers. Blood 128(8): 1139-43, Aug 2016.

Casu Carla, Oikonomidou Paraskevi Rea, Chen Huiyong, Nandi Vijay, Ginzburg Yelena, Prasad Princy, Fleming Robert E, Shah Yatrik M, Valore Erika V, Nemeth Elizabeta, Ganz Tomas, MacDonald Brian, Rivella Stefano: Minihepcidin peptides as disease modifiers in mice affected by β-thalassemia and polycythemia vera. Blood 128(2): 265-76, Jul 2016.

Oikonomidou P R, Casu C, Yang Z, Crielaard B, Shim J H, Rivella S, Vogiatzi M G: Polycythemia is associated with bone loss and reduced osteoblast activity in mice. Osteoporosis international : a journal established as result of cooperation between the European Foundation for Osteoporosis and the National Osteoporosis Foundation of the USA 27(4): 1559-68, Apr 2016.

Oikonomidou Paraskevi Rea, Casu Carla, Rivella Stefano: New strategies to target iron metabolism for the treatment of beta thalassemia. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1368(1): 162-8, Mar 2016.

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