Vincent T Marchesi MD, PhD

Anthony N. Brady Professor of Pathology and Professor of Cell Biology; Director, Boyer Center for Molecular Medicine


Departments & Organizations

Cell Biology

Pathology: Surgical Pathology

Biography

I am a graduate of Yale College (BA 1957), Oxford University (D.Phil.1961) and the Yale School of Medicine (MD, 1963). I trained in anatomical pathology at Washington University (1963-65), spent a post-doctoral year at Rockefeller University with George Palade, and served in the USPHS at the NIH from1966 to 1972.

I was recruited to Yale by Lewis Thomas in 1972, and a year later was named the Anthony N. Brady Professor of pathology and chair of the department and Pathologist-in-Chief of the Yale New Haven Hospital. In 1991 I became the Director of the Boyer Center for Molecular Medicine. I am a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Medicine.

Education

  • B.A., Yale University , 1957
  • Ph.D., Oxford University , 1961
  • M.D., Yale University School of Medicine , 1963

Selected Publication

  • Requirement for AHNAK1-mediated calcium signaling during T lymphocyte cytolysis. Matza D, Badou A, Jha MK, Willinger T, Antov A, Sanjabi S, Kobayashi KS, Marchesi VT, Flavell RA. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2009 Jun 16;106(24):9785-90.

Latest Honor and Recognition

  • National Academy of Sciences (1988)