Mark Anthony Sellmyer, MD, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Radiology
Department: Radiology

Contact information
University of Pennsylvania
Perelman School of Medicine
Department of Radiology
3400 Spruce St., 1 Silverstein, Ste. 130
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 617-543-6546
Lab: 215-573-3212
Education:
BS (Chemistry)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology , 2004.
PhD (Chemical and Systems Biology)
Stanford Medical School, 2012.
MD
Stanford Medical School, 2012.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Nuclear radiology
Cancer imaging and therapy
Infection and inflammation

Description of Research Expertise

Molecular Imaging
Chemical Biology
Synthetic Biology
Radiology
Nuclear imaging and therapy

Selected Publications

Makvandi, M., Sellmyer, M. A. & Mach, R. H.: Inflammation and DNA damage: Probing pathways to cancer and neurodegeneration. Drug Discov Today Technol 25: 37-43, Nov 2017.

Sellmyer, M. A. Iljung Leea, Catherine Houa, Chi-Chang Wenga, Shihong Lia, Brian P. Liebermana, Chenbo Zenga, David A. Mankoff , Robert H. Mach : Bacterial infection imaging with [18F]fluoropropyl-trimethoprim. PNAS 114(31): 8372-8377, Aug 2017.

Sellmyer, M.A., Lee, I., Hou, C., Lieberman, B.P., Zeng, C., Mankoff, D.A., Mach, R.H.: Quantitative PET reporter gene imaging with [11C]trimethoprim. Molecular Therapy 25(1): 120-126, Jan 2017.

Sellmyer, M. : [11C]TMP: A small molecule radiotracer for PET reporter gene imaging. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 56: 615, May 2015.

Jones, J., Li, D., Hui, E,. Sellmyer, M.A., Prescher, J.A.: Visualizing cell proximity with genetically encoded bioluminescent reporters. ACS Chemical Biology 10(4): 933-8, Apr 2015.

Sellmyer, M.A., Bronsart, L., Imoto, H., Contag, C.H., Wandless T.J., Prescher, J.A.: Visualizing Cellular Interactions with a Generalized Proximity Reporter. The Proceedings of the National Academy of the Sciences 21(110): 8567-8572, May 2013.

Sellmyer, M. A., Desser, T. S., Maturen, K. E., Jeffrey, R. B., Kamaya, A.: Physiologic, Histologic, and Imaging Features of Retained Products of Conception. Radiographics 33(3): 781-796, May 2013.

Banaszynski, L. A., Sellmyer, M. A., Contag, C. H., Wandless, T. J., Thorne, S. H.: Chemical control of protein stability and function in living animals. Nature Medicine 14(10): 1123-1127, Oct 2008.

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