TGF-beta signaling regulation and outcome in ALD
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Steven Dooley is University Professor and Head of Section of Molecular Hepatology & Alcohol Associated Diseases in the Department of Medicine II at the Medical Faculty Mannheim, at Heidelberg University. Prof. Dooley graduated in Biology at the University at Kaiserslautern and did his PhD studies at the Institute of Human Genetic, University of Saarland in Homburg. His Postdoc research on Molecular Cancer Research took place at the Institute of Human Genetics at the same University. Later in 1998, he became Group Leader and Assistant Professor in the Department of Clinical Chemistry and Pathobiochemistry at the University Hospital RWTH Aachen. In 2004, he was appointed as a full Professor to Heidelberg University.
Prof. Dooley received the Gábor-Szász-Award of the Deutsche Vereinte Gesellschaft für Klinische Chemie und Laboratoriums-Medizin for outstanding scientific merits. He has over 140 publications and his work is supported by different grants from DFG, BMBF Virtual Liver and LiSyM Networks as well as the IT Liver Consortium (Marie Curie ITN, EU). His research is dedicated to cellular processes that occur in the liver in response to alcohol abuse, specifically in the role of TGF-β family members, their signaling pathway regulators and target genes.
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