Robert B. Wilson, MD, PhD

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Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Contact information
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Room 6024, Colket Translational Research Building
3501 Civic Center Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267-425-2201
Sc.B. (Biochemistry)
Brown University, 1982.
A.B. (Music)
Brown University, 1982.
University of Pennsylvania, 1989.
Ph.D. (Genetics)
University of Pennsylvania, 1989.
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Selected Publications

Seyer L., Greeley N., Foerster D., Strawser C., Gelbard S., Dong Y., Schadt K., Cotticelli M.G., Brocht A., Farmer J., Wilson R.B., Lynch D.R.: Open label pilot study of interferon gamma-1b in Friedreich ataxia. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 132: 7-15, 2015.

Lazaropolous, M., Dong, Y., Clark, E., Greeley, N. R., Seyer, L. A., Brigatti, K. W., Christie, C., Perlman, S. L., Wilmot, G. R., Gomez, C. M., Mathews, K. D., Yoon, G., Zesiewicz, T., Hoyle, C., Subramony, S. H., Brocht, A. F., Farmer, J. M., Wilson, R. B., Deutsch, E. C. and Lynch, D. R. : Frataxin levels in peripheral tissue in Friedreich ataxia. Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology 2: 831-842, 2015.

Cotticelli, M. G., Acquaviva, F., Xia S., Kaur, A., Wang, Y., and Wilson, R. B.: Phenotypic screening for Friedreich ataxia using random shRNA selection. Journal of Biomolecular Screening 20: 1084-1090, 2015.

Wang, Y., Speier, J., Engram-Pearl, J., Wilson, R. B.: Introduction of Mismatches in a Random shRNA-encoding Library Improves Potency for Phenotypic Selection. PLoS ONE 9: e87390, 2014.

Cotticelli, M. G., Crabbe, A. M., Wilson, R. B., and Shchepinov, M. S.: Insights into the role of oxidative stress in the pathology of Friedreich Ataxia using peroxidation resistant polyunsaturated fatty acids. Redox Biology 1: 398-404, 2013.

Lynch, D. R., Willi, S. M., Wilson, R. B., Cotticelli, M. G., Brigatti, K., Deutsch, E. C., Kucheruk, O., Shrader, W., Rioux, P., Miller, G., Hawi, A., Sciascia, T.: A0001 in Friedreich ataxia: Biochemical characterization and effects in a clinical trial. Movement Disorders 8: 1026-1033, 2012.

Cotticelli, M.G., Rasmussen ,L., Kushner, N. L., McKellip, S., Sosa, M. I., Manouvakhova, A., Feng, S., White, E. L., Maddry, J. A., Heemskerk, J., Oldt, R. J., Surrey, L. F., Ochs, R., and Wilson, R. B.: Primary and Secondary Drug Screening Assays for Friedreich Ataxia. J. Biomol. Screening 17: 303-313, 2011.

Myers, L., Lynch, D. R., Farmer, J. M., Friedman, L., Lawson, J. A., Wilson, R. B.: Urinary isoprostanes in Friedreich Ataxia: lack of correlation with disease features. Movement Disorders 23: 1920-1922, 2009.

Soper, J., Roy, S., Steiber, A., Lee, E., Wilson, R.B., Burd, C., Lee, V.M.-Y.: Alpha-Synuclein induced Aggregation of Cytoplasmic Vesicles in S. cerevisiae. Mol. Biol. Cell 19: 1093-1103, 2008.

Epstein, E., Farmer, J. M., Tsou, A., Perlman, S., Subramony, H., Gomez, C. M., Ashizawa, T., Wilmot, G. R., Mathews, K., Wilson, R. B., Balcer, L. J., Lynch, D. R.: Health related quality of life measures in Friedreich ataxia. J. Neurol. Sci. 272: 123-128, 2008.

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