Bryson W. Katona, MD, PhD

faculty photo
Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Medicine

Contact information
751 Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
3400 Civic Center Boulevard
South Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-349-8222
Fax: 215-349-5915
MS (Chemistry)
University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
BA (Chemistry)
University of Pennsylvania, 2002.
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, 2009.
PhD (Biochemistry)
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, 2009.
Permanent link
> Perelman School of Medicine   > Faculty   > Details

Description of Clinical Expertise

Hereditary gastrointestinal cancer and polyposis syndromes. Gastrointestinal cancer risk evaluation.

Description of Research Expertise

Hereditary gastrointestinal cancer and polyposis syndromes. Cellular signaling and epigenetic mechanisms of tumorigenesis in colon cancer and gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors.

Selected Publications

Yang Zijian, LaRiviere Michael J, Ko Jina, Till Jacob E, Christensen Theresa, Yee Stephanie S, Black Taylor A, Tien Kyle, Lin Andrew, Shen Hanfei, Bhagwat Neha, Herman Daniel, Adallah Andrew, O'Hara Mark H, Vollmer Charles M, Katona Bryson William, Stanger Ben Z, Issadore David, Carpenter Erica L: A multi-analyte panel consisting of extracellular vesicle miRNAs and mRNAs, cfDNA, and CA19-9 shows utility for diagnosis and staging of pancreatic adenocarcinoma. Clinical cancer research : an official journal of the American Association for Cancer Research Apr 2020.

Katona Bryson W, Clark Dana Farengo, Domchek Susan M: CDH1 on Multigene Panel Testing: Look Before You Leap. Journal of the National Cancer Institute 112(4): 330-334, Apr 2020.

Ebrahimzadeh Jessica E, Long Jessica M, Wang Louise, Nathanson John T, Siddique Shazia Mehmood, Rustgi Anil K, Goldberg David S, Katona Bryson W: Associations of sociodemographic and clinical factors with gastrointestinal cancer risk assessment appointment completion. Journal of genetic counseling Mar 2020.

He Xin, Feng Zijie, Ma Jian, Ling Sunbin, Cao Yan, Gurung Buddha, Wu Yuan, Katona Bryson W, O'Dwyer Kienan P, Siegel Don L, June Carl H, Hua Xianxin: Bispecific and split CAR T cells targeting CD13 and TIM3 eradicate acute myeloid leukemia. Blood 135(10): 713-723, Mar 2020.

Heckert Jason M, Kipnis Sarit T, Kumar Shria, Botterbusch Samuel, Alderson Alice, Bennett Bonita, Creamer Caroline, Eads Jennifer R, Soulen Michael C, Pryma Daniel A, Mankoff David A, Metz David C, Katona Bryson W: Abnormal Pretreatment Liver Function Tests Are Associated with Discontinuation of Peptide Receptor Radionuclide Therapy in a U.S.-Based Neuroendocrine Tumor Cohort. The oncologist Mar 2020.

Clark Dana Farengo, Michalski Scott T, Tondon Rashmi, Nehoray Bita, Ebrahimzadeh Jessica, Hughes Sarah Kate, Soper Emily R, Domchek Susan M, Rustgi Anil K, Pineda-Alvarez Daniel, Anderson Michael J, Katona Bryson W: Loss-of-function variants in CTNNA1 detected on multigene panel testing in individuals with gastric or breast cancer. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics Feb 2020.

Kumar Shria, Katona Bryson W, Long Jessica M, Domchek Susan, Rustgi Anil K, Roses Robert, Ginsberg Gregory G: Endoscopic Ultrasound Has Limited Utility in Diagnosis of Gastric Cancer in Carriers of CDH1 Mutations. Clinical gastroenterology and hepatology : the official clinical practice journal of the American Gastroenterological Association 18(2): 505-508.e1, Feb 2020.

Ma Jian, He Xin, Cao Yan, O'Dwyer Kienan, Szigety Katherine M, Wu Yuan, Gurung Buddha, Feng Zijie, Katona Bryson W, Hua Xianxin: Islet-specific Prmt5 excision leads to reduced insulin expression and glucose intolerance in mice. The Journal of endocrinology 244(1): 41-52, Jan 2020.

Rosenblum Rachel E, Harris Cynthia K, Baeg Kiwoon Joshua, Starr Julie A, Brais Lauren K, Stashek Kristen M, Ward Stephen C, Katona Bryson W, Clancy Thomas E, Wisnivesky Juan P, Kulke Matthew H, Metz David C, Kim Michelle Kang, Chan Jennifer A: Predictors of Recurrence and Survival in Patients With Surgically Resected Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors. Pancreas 49(2): 249-254, 02 2020.

Kumar Shria, Mahmud Nadim, Roses Robert E, Katona Bryson W, Ginsberg Gregory G, Metz David C: Resection Trends for Duodenal Carcinoid Tumors: A Single-Center Experience. Pancreas 49(1): e11-e13, 01 2020.

back to top
Last updated: 09/28/2020
The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania