Valentina Greco PhD
Associate Professor of Genetics and Assistant Professor of Dermatology
Departments & Organizations
Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Molecular Cell Biology, Genetics and Development | Molecular Medicine, Pharmacology, and Physiology
Stem Cell Center, Yale: Stem Cell Niche and Homing | Tissue Specific Stem Cells
Cancer Center, Yale: Signal Transduction
Postnatal Development & Regeneration
Organ regeneration in vertebrate systems; Stem cells; Stem cell niche organization; Cancer more...
- B.S., University of Biological Science, Palermo, Italy, 1996
- Ph.D., Heidelberg University, 2002
- Deschene RE#, Myung P#, Rompolas P, Zito G, Sun TY, Taketo MM, Saotome I and Greco V*. 2014. ß-catenin activation regulates tissue growth via a non-cell autonomous mechanism within the hair stem cell niche. Science. (* corresponding author; # equal contribution). PMID 24653033.
- Zito G, Saotome I, Liu Z, Ferro EG, Sun TY, Nguyen DX, Bilguvar K, Ko CJ and Greco V*. 2014. Spontaneous tumor regression in keratoacanthomas is driven by Wnt /Retinoic Acid signaling cross-talk. Nature Communications. (* corresponding author). PMID 24667544.
- Rompolas, P. Mesa K R and Greco, V*. 2013. “Spatial organization within a niche as a determinant of stem cell fate”. Nature, in press .(*corresponding author).