Glaser, Shannon individual record
Associate Professor
Positions:
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The long-term goal of my research program is to understand how activated (proliferating) cholangiocytes participate in the progression of cholestatic liver diseases and eventual development of cholangiocarcinoma. My research is focused on elucidating the factors (such as, mechanical stress) and intracellular signaling mechanisms that regulate cholangiocyte proliferation and biliary fibrosis during extrahepatic cholestasis.

selected publications
Academic Articles220
Chapters5
  • Ray, D., Han, Y., Maroni, L., Marzioni, M., Meng, F., Alpini, G., & Glaser, S. (2015). Liver Regeneration: The Biliary Perspective. Liver Regeneration: Basic Mechanisms, Relevant Models and Clinical Applications. (pp. 229-241). Elsevier.
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  • Afroze, S. H., Jensen, K., Rahal, K., Meng, F., Alpini, G., & Glaser, S. S. (2014). Liver Regeneration. The Stem Cell Approach.. Regenerative Medicine Applications in Organ Transplantation. (pp. 375-390). Elsevier.
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  • Feng, H., Gerilechaogetu, F., Golden, H. B., Nizamutdinov, D., Foster, D. M., Glaser, S., & Dostal, D. E. (2013). Paracrine communication between mechanically stretched myocytes and fibroblasts. Baudino, T. A. (Eds.), Cell-Cell Interactions: Methods and Protocols. (pp. 57-66). Humana Press.
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  • Gerilechaogetu, F., Feng, H., Golden, H. B., Nizamutdinov, D., Foster, D. M., Glaser, S., & Dostal, D. E. (2013). Production of spontaneously beating neonatal rat heart tissue for calcium and contractile studies. Baudino, T. A. (Eds.), Cell-Cell Interactions: Methods and Protocols. (pp. 45-56). Humana Press.
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  • LeSage, G. D., Glaser, S. S., Francis, H., Phinizy, J. L., & Alpini, G. (2004). 2. FUNCTIONAL HETEROGENEITY OF INTRAHEPATIC CHOLANGIOCYTES. The Liver in Biology and Disease. (pp. 21-48). Elsevier.
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Conference Papers2
  • Fava, G., Marzioni, M., Francis, H., Glaser, S., DeMorrrow, S., Ueno, Y., Benedetti, A., & Alpini, G. (2007). Novel interaction of bile acid and neural signaling in the regulation of cholangiocyte function. Hepatology Research. 37(SUPPL. 3), S420-S429.
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  • Alvaro, D., Alpini, G., Onori, P., Franchitto, A., Glaser, S. S., Le Sage, G., ... Gaudio, E. (2002). Alfa and beta estrogen receptors and the biliary tree. MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENDOCRINOLOGY. 193(1-2), 105-108.
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Email
sglaser@tamu.edu
First Name
Shannon
Last Name
Glaser
mailing address
Texas A&M Health Science Center; Internal Medicine - Scott And White; 1114 TAMUS
Temple, TX 76504
USA