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Epigenetic etiology of human liver disease and the impact of alcohol and hepatitis viral infection on the epigenome.
Hepatitis B-Associated Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Variation in Therapeutic Response Mediated by Viral Integration Rab GTPases As Drivers of Lipid Droplet Metabolism in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Targeting of Hepatic Stellate Cell PD-L1 ...
Chronic viral hepatitis epidemiology, co-morbidities and outcomes among migrants View publications Katelynn M.
Epigenetic mechanisms regulate expression of inflammatory chemokines in alcoholic hepatitis View publications Jessica L.
Focus areas Efficacy and safety of vaccinating patients with ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease against COVID-19 , hepatitis B and shingles Contraceptive options for women with Crohn's disease and menopause in women with IBD Feca...
Viral hepatitis burden of disease and outcome disparities among global refugee populations Publications on PubMed Stefanie Velgos Yonas Geda, M.D.
., Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C as Risk Factors for Hepatocellular Carcinoma in Somali Immigrants — Role of Viral Genetics/Epigenetics and the Immune Response (2009-2013) Eric W.
cholar Professional highlights Vice-chair for Education, Department of Molecular Medicine, 2014-present Director, Virology and Gene Therapy Graduate Track, Mayo Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, 2004-2015 Chair, Education Committee (2007-2009);...
His research interests include investigating treatments for alcohol-associated hepatitis, cirrhosis and vascular diseases of the liver.
Nyberg co-investigator Study of the Antiviral Entecavir in Patients Receiving Liver Transplant Due to Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection Bristol-Myers Squibb — Pharmaceutical 09/2007 - 08/2010 Scott L.
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