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Dr. Ming Jiang

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA

Research Assistant Professor

Email: ming.jiang.1@vanderbilt.edu


1997 M.S.D. (Ph.D.), Shanghai Medical University, Oncology

1991 M.M. (M.S.), Nantong Medical College, Oncological Pathology

1986 B.M. (M.D.), Nantong Medical College, Clinical Medicine

Publications (selected)

  1. Lee, SO, Tian, J, Huang, CK, Ma, Z, Lai, KP, Hsiao, H, Jiang, M, Yeh, S, Chang, C. Suppressor role of androgen receptor in proliferation of prostate basal epithelial and progenitor cells. J Endocrinol, 213(2), 173-82, 2012.
  2. Strand, DW, Jiang, M, Murphy, TA, Yi, Y, Konvinse, KC, Franco, OE, Wang, Y, Young, JD, Hayward, SW. PPARγ isoforms differentially regulate metabolic networks to mediate mouse prostatic epithelial differentiation. Cell Death Dis, 3, e361, 2012.
  3. Wang, H, Jiang, M, Cui, H, Chen, M, Buttyan, R, Hayward, SW, Hai, T, Wang, Z, Yan, C. The Stress Response Mediator ATF3 Represses Androgen Signaling by Binding the Androgen Receptor. Mol Cell Biol, 32(16), 3190-202, 2012.
  4. Franco, OE, Jiang, M, Strand, DW, Peacock, J, Fernandez, S, Jackson, RS, Revelo, MP, Bhowmick, NA, Hayward, SW. Altered TGF-β signaling in a subpopulation of human stromal cells promotes prostatic carcinogenesis. Cancer Res, 71(4), 1272-81, 2011.
  5. Jiang, M. Interplay between autophagy and metabolism in Ras mutation-induced tumorigenesis. Asian J Androl, 13(4), 610-1, 2011.
  6. Jiang, M, Strand, DW, Franco, OE, Clark, PE, Hayward, SW. PPARγ: a molecular link between systemic metabolic disease and benign prostate hyperplasia. Differentiation, 82(4-5), 220-36, 2011.
  7. Jiang, M, Fernandez, S, Jerome, WG, He, Y, Yu, X, Cai, H, Boone, B, Yi, Y, Magnuson, MA, Roy-Burman, P, Matusik, RJ, Shappell, SB, Hayward, SW. Disruption of PPARgamma signaling results in mouse prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia involving active autophagy. Cell Death Differ, 17(3), 469-81, 2010.
  8. Jiang, M, Jerome, WG, Hayward, SW. Autophagy in nuclear receptor PPARgamma-deficient mouse prostatic carcinogenesis. Autophagy, 6(1), 175-6, 2010.
  9. Jiang, M, Min, Y, Debusk, L, Fernandez, S, Strand, DW, Hayward, SW, Lin, PC. Spontaneous immortalization of human dermal microvascular endothelial cells. World J Stem Cells, 2(5), 114-20, 2010.
  10. Jiang, M, Strand, DW, Fernandez, S, He, Y, Yi, Y, Birbach, A, Qiu, Q, Schmid, J, Tang, DG, Hayward, SW. Functional Remodeling of Benign Human Prostatic Tissues In Vivo by Spontaneously Immortalized Progenitor and Intermediate Cells. Stem Cells, 28(2), 344-356, 2010.
  11. Li, H, Jiang, M, Honorio, S, Patrawala, L, Jeter, CR, Calhoun-Davis, T, Hayward, SW, Tang, DG. Methodologies in assaying prostate cancer stem cells. Methods Mol Biol, 568, 85-138, 2009.
  12. Yu, X, Wang, Y, Jiang, M, Bierie, B, Roy-Burman, P, Shen, MM, Taketo, MM, Wills, M, Matusik, RJ. Activation of beta-Catenin in mouse prostate causes HGPIN and continuous prostate growth after castration. Prostate, 69(3), 249-62, 2009.
  13. Bhatia, B, Jiang, M, Suraneni, M, Patrawala, L, Badeaux, M, Schneider-Broussard, R, Multani, AS, Jeter, CR, Calhoun-Davis, T, Hu, L, Hu, J, Tsavachidis, S, Zhang, W, Chang, S, Hayward, SW, Tang, DG. Critical and distinct roles of p16 and telomerase in regulating the proliferative life span of normal human prostate epithelial progenitor cells. J Biol Chem, 283(41), 27957-72, 2008.
  14. Ratnacaram, CK, Teletin, M, Jiang, M, Meng, X, Chambon, P, Metzger, D. Temporally controlled ablation of PTEN in adult mouse prostate epithelium generates a model of invasive prostatic adenocarcinoma. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 105(7), 2521-6, 2008.
  15. He, Y, Franco, OE, Jiang, M, Williams, K, Love, HD, Coleman, IM, Nelson, PS, Hayward, SW. Tissue-specific consequences of cyclin D1 overexpression in prostate cancer progression. Cancer Res, 67(17), 8188-97, 2007.
  16. Indra, AK, Castaneda, E, Antal, MC, Jiang, M, Messaddeq, N, Meng, X, Loehr, CV, Gariglio, P, Kato, S, Wahli, W, Desvergne, B, Metzger, D, Chambon, P. Malignant transformation of DMBA/TPA-induced papillomas and nevi in the skin of mice selectively lacking retinoid-X-receptor alpha in epidermal keratinocytes. J Invest Dermatol, 127(5), 1250-60, 2007.