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  • 660 Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63110
  • Clayton, MO
  • 460 79Th St, New York, NY 10001 (212) 327-0561
  • 340 64Th St, New York, NY 10021 (212) 327-0561
  • Los Angeles, CA

Work

Company: Icahn school of medicine at mount sinai 2007 to 2013 Position: Professor and associate dean

Education

Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) School / High School: University of Chicago 1978 to 1982 Specialities: Biology

Industries

Biotechnology

Resumes

Resumes

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Professor And Associate Dean, Mount Sinai

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Position:
Professor and Associate Dean at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Director at Center for Personalized Cancer Therapeutics, Editor-in-Chief at Disease Models and Mechanisms, journal, Co-Founder at Medros
Location:
United States
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai since 2007
Professor and Associate Dean

Center for Personalized Cancer Therapeutics - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai since 2007
Director

Disease Models and Mechanisms, journal since Jan 2013
Editor-in-Chief

Medros since Jan 2006
Co-Founder

Washington University School of Medicine - Greater St. Louis Area Sep 1993 - Jul 2007
Professor
Education:
University of Chicago 1978 - 1982
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Biology
Princeton University 1984 - 1989
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Biology/Biological Sciences, General
UCLA 1989 - 1993
Postdoctoral fellow, Developmental Biology and Embryology

Publications

Us Patents

High Throughput Pharmaceutical Screening Using Drosophila

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US Patent:
2005026, Nov 24, 2005
Filed:
Jan 14, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/036897
Inventors:
Thomas Baranski - Kirkwood MO,
Ross Cagan - Clayton MO,
International Classification:
A61K049/00
US Classification:
424009200
Abstract:
High throughput drug screening assay methods and related apparatus are described. Wild-type are raised in multi-well microtiter plates on a growth medium having a high level of a sugar such as glucose. The high sugar diet during development induces screenably distinct characteristics in the wild-type . Compounds that putatively modify the screenably distinct characteristic are tested by feeding to the embryos, and determining whether the compound modifies the screenably distinct characteristic induced by the high sugar growth medium. The assay methods and related articles of composition can also be used to assay toxicity of candidate compounds.

High Throughput Cancer Pharmaceutical Screening Using Drosophila

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US Patent:
2006001, Jan 12, 2006
Filed:
Jun 16, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/154035
Inventors:
Thomas Baranski - Kirkwood MO,
Ross Cagan - Clayton MO,
International Classification:
A01K 67/033
US Classification:
800010000, 800013000
Abstract:
High throughput drug screening assay methods and related apparatus are described. with screenably distinct characteristics are raised in multi-well microtiter plates on standard growth medium. Screenably distinct characteristics which mimic human cancer or cancer-related condition are established by modifying expression of an oncogene or tumor suppressor in the . Compounds that putatively modify the screenably distinct characteristic are then tested by feeding the compounds to the embryos, and determining whether the compound modifies the screenably distinct characteristic induced by modifying gene expression. The assay methods and related articles of composition can also be used to simultaneously assay toxicity of candidate compounds.

High Throughput Screening Methods For Anti-Metastatic Compounds

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US Patent:
2006015, Jul 13, 2006
Filed:
Dec 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/323151
Inventors:
Ross Cagan - Clayton MO,
International Classification:
A01K 67/033
US Classification:
800003000, 800013000
Abstract:
High throughput methods for screening of anti-cancer compounds using are described. The methods involve modifying the expression of dCsk and observing the effect of putative anti-cancer candidate compounds on resulting expressed characteristics in the . Related animal models and apparatus are also provided.
Ross L Cagan from Clayton, MO, age ~59 Get Report