Joseph Anthony Madri MD, PhD

Professor of Pathology; Director of Education


Departments & Organizations

Stem Cell Center, Yale: Stem Cell Niche and Homing

Signal Transduction

Vascular Biology and Therapeutics Program

Skin Diseases Research Center, Yale

Pathology: Surgical Pathology | Madri Lab

NIH T32 Program

Research Interests

Connective tissue disorders; Cell-Matrix and Cell-Cell Interactions; Integrin-Mediated Signaling; Cardio-vascular and neuro-vascular development; Angiogenesis and Vascular Biology; inflammation; T-cell–Endothelial cell interactions


Clinical Interests

cardiovascular development; effects of premature birth on brain development; connective tissue disorders; autoimmune diseases - specifically multiple sclerosis; effects of maternal diabetes on offspring


Education

  • Ph.D., Indiana University School of Medicine , 1973
  • M.D., Indiana University School of Medicine , 1975

Selected Publication

  • Li, Q, Canosa S, Michaud, M., Flynn, K., Krauthammer, M., J.A. Madri. Modeling the Neurovascular Niche: Unbiased Transcriptome Analysis of the Murine Subventricular Zone in Response to Hypoxic Insult, PLOS One, In Press, 2013.

Latest Honor and Recognition

  • NIH MERIT Award (1999) , NIH
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