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Susanne Schlisio

Senior forskningsspecialist

Besöksadress : Box 240, Nobels vag 3, 171 77 Stockholm
Postadress : Institutionen för mikrobiologi, tumör- och cellbiologi (MTC), C1, Marie Arsenian Henriksson grupp, Box 240; Nobels vag 3, 171 77 Stockholm

Om mig

Present: Assistant Member at Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research

2006-2008: Instructor of Medicine, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

2003-2006: Postdoctoral Fellow, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

Utbildning

2002: PhD, Duke University Medical School, Durham, N.C., USA, 2002

1999: MSc, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

Forskningsbeskrivning

Our research concerns the mechanisms of how disruption of oxygen-sensing pathways can lead to cancer. Oxygen sensors enable the cell to adapt to low-oxygen environments and are critical for normal development and apoptosis. These events are often disrupted in the development of tumors. Oxygen sensing is mediated partly via prolyl hydroxylases that require molecular oxygen for enzymatic activity. Our work focuses on how prolyl hydroxylases execute apoptosis in neural precursors during development and how disruption of this process can lead to certain forms of nervous-system tumors.

Akademiska priser och utmärkelser

Friends for Life Dana-Farber Award, Boston, USA, March 2008

Melanoma Research Award MRF, USA, January 2008

Friends of Dana-Farber Award, Boston, USA, October 2007

Charles H. Hood Child Health Research Award, USA, June 2007

VHL Family Alliance Research Award, USA, June 2006

Charles A. King Trust Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, USA, June 2006

Keystone Symposia Scholarship, Hypoxia and Development, Physiology and Disease (A5), USA, January 2006

Publikationer

The 1p36 Tumor Suppressor KIF 1Bβ Is Required for Calcineurin Activation, Controlling Mitochondrial Fission and Apoptosis
Li S, Fell Sm, Surova O, Smedler E, Wallis K, Chen Zx, et al
Developmental cell 2016;36(2):164-78

XAF1 promotes neuroblastoma tumor suppression and is required for KIF1B beta-mediated apoptosis
Choo Z, Koh Ryl, Wallis K, Koh Tjw, Kuick Ch, Sobrado V, et al
ONCOTARGET 2016;7(23):34229-39

RNA helicase A is a downstream mediator of KIF1Bβ tumor-suppressor function in neuroblastoma
Chen Zx, Wallis K, Fell Sm, Sobrado Vr, Hemmer Mc, Ramsköld D, et al
Cancer discovery 2014;4(4):434-51

Mutation analysis of HIF prolyl hydroxylases (PHD/EGLN) in individuals with features of phaeochromocytoma and renal cell carcinoma susceptibility
Astuti D, Ricketts Cj, Chowdhury R, Mcdonough Ma, Gentle D, Kirby G, et al
ENDOCRINE-RELATED CANCER 2011;18(1):73-83

Neuronal apoptosis by prolyl hydroxylation: implication in nervous system tumours and the Warburg conundrum
Schlisio S
Journal of cellular and molecular medicine 2009;13(10):4104-12

The kinesin KIF1Bbeta acts downstream from EglN3 to induce apoptosis and is a potential 1p36 tumor suppressor
Schlisio S, Kenchappa Rs, Vredeveld Lc, George Re, Stewart R, Greulich H, et al
Genes & development 2008;22(7):884-93

VHL loss actuates a HIF-independent senescence programme mediated by Rb and p400
Young Ap, Schlisio S, Minamishima Ya, Zhang Q, Li L, Grisanzio C, et al
Nature cell biology 2008;10(3):361-9

pVHL acts as an adaptor to promote the inhibitory phosphorylation of the NF-kappaB agonist Card9 by CK2
Yang H, Minamishima Ya, Yan Q, Schlisio S, Ebert Bl, Zhang X, et al
Molecular cell 2007;28(1):15-27

Neuronal apoptosis linked to EglN3 prolyl hydroxylase and familial pheochromocytoma genes: developmental culling and cancer
Lee S, Nakamura E, Yang H, Wei W, Linggi Ms, Sajan Mp, et al
Cancer cell 2005;8(2):155-67

The v-Jun point mutation allows c-Jun to escape GSK3-dependent recognition and destruction by the Fbw7 ubiquitin ligase
Wei W, Jin J, Schlisio S, Harper Jw, Kaelin Wg
Cancer cell 2005;8(1):25-33

A role for E2F6 in distinguishing G1/S- and G2/M-specific transcription
Giangrande Ph, Zhu W, Schlisio S, Sun X, Mori S, Gaubatz S, et al
Genes & development 2004;18(23):2941-51

Interaction of YY1 with E2Fs, mediated by RYBP, provides a mechanism for specificity of E2F function
Schlisio S, Halperin T, Vidal M, Nevins Jr
The EMBO journal 2002;21(21):5775-86

The Bacillus subtilis regulator protein SpoIIE shares functional and structural similarities with eukaryotic protein phosphatases 2C
Schroeter R, Schlisio S, Lucet I, Yudkin M, Borriss R
FEMS microbiology letters 1999;174(1):117-23

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