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Hartmut Berns, PhD

Hartmut Berns, PhD

Director, Transgenic/Gene Knockout Shared Resource


Departments

Transgenic/Gene Knockout Shared Resource


Contact Information

Hartmut Berns, PhD
Transgenic/Gene Knockout Shared Resource
MS 325, Room D1007F
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105-3678
Email: hartmut.berns@stjude.org
Phone: (901) 595-6869


Education

MS – Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany – Genetics and Biochemistry
PhD – Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry, Munich, Germany and Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany – Neurobiochemistry


Professional Experience


Publications

Humar R, Kiefer FN, Berns H, Resink TJ, Battegay EJ. Hypoxia enhances vascular cell proliferation and angiogenesis in vitro via rapamycin (mTOR)-dependent signaling. FASEB J 16:771-780, 2002.

Berns H, Humar R, Hengerer B, Kiefer FN, Battegay EJ. RACK1 is Upregulated in angiogenesis and human carcinomas. FASEB J 14:2549-2558, 2000.

Heumann R, Goemans C, Bartsch D, Lingenhoehl K, Waldmeier PC, Hengerer B, Allegrini PR, Schellander K, Wagner EF, Arendt T, Kamdem RH, Obst-Pernberg K, Narz F, Wahle P, Berns H. Transgenic activation of Ras in neurons promotes hypertrophy and protects from lesion-induced degeneration. J Cell Biol 151:1537-1548, 2000.

Georgi-Geisberger P, Berns H, Loncarevic IF, Yu Z-Y, Tang Z-Y, Zentgraf H, Schroeder CH. Mutations on free and integrated hepatitis B virus DNA in a hepatocellular carcinoma: Footprints of homologous recombination. Oncology 49:386-395, 1992.