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Seymour Rosen, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Phone: (617) 667-4344
Fax: (617) 667-7120


srosen@bidmc.harvard.edu

Seymour Rosen, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

EDUCATIONAL TITLES

  • Professor, Pathology, Harvard Medical School
  • Director, Surgical Pathology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

DF/HCC PROGRAM AFFILIATION

Publications

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  • Khamaisi M, Toukan H, Axelrod JH, Rosenberger C, Skarzinski G, Shina A, Meidan R, Koesters R, Rosen S, Walkinshaw G, Mimura I, Nangaku M, Heyman SN. Endothelin-converting enzyme is a plausible target gene for hypoxia-inducible factor. Kidney Int 2015; 87:761-70. PubMed
  • Huang WY, Rosen S. Intrarenal urothelial transformation after obstruction: a novel metaplasia. Kidney Int 2012; 82:377-9. PubMed
  • Ho J,Ng KH,Rosen S,Dostal A,Gregory RI,Kreidberg JA. Podocyte-specific loss of functional microRNAs leads to rapid glomerular and tubular injury. J Am Soc Nephrol 2008; 19:2069-75. PubMed
  • Rosen S,Stillman IE. Acute tubular necrosis is a syndrome of physiologic and pathologic dissociation. J Am Soc Nephrol 2008; 19:871-5. PubMed
  • Rosen S,Peters CA,Chevalier RL,Huang WY. The kidney in congenital ureteropelvic junction obstruction: a spectrum from normal to nephrectomy. J Urol 2008; 179:1257-63. PubMed
  • Rosenberger C,Khamaisi M,Goldfarb M,Shina A,Shilo V,Zilbertrest F,Rosen S,Heyman SN. Acute kidney injury in the diabetic rat: studies in the isolated perfused and intact kidney. Am J Nephrol 2008; 28:831-9. PubMed
  • Heyman SN,Khamaisi M,Rosen S,Rosenberger C. Renal parenchymal hypoxia, hypoxia response and the progression of chronic kidney disease. Am J Nephrol 2008; 28:998-1006. PubMed
  • Rosenberger C, Khamaisi M, Abassi Z, Shilo V, Weksler-Zangen S, Goldfarb M, Shina A, Zibertrest F, Eckardt KU, Rosen S, Heyman SN. Adaptation to hypoxia in the diabetic rat kidney. Kidney Int 2007; 73:34-42. PubMed