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Scott Kominsky

Ph.D.
410-502-6417 (p)
Interests

Molecular genetics of breast cancer Mechanisms of metastatic tumor cell homing to and growth in bone Novel prophylactic & therapeutic modalities for bone metastasis| Orthopedic Surgery

Titles

Assistant Professor
Assistant Director of Basic Science Lab

Schools\Degrees

Postgraduate: University of Florida Fellowship: Johns Hopkins

Journal Citations

Kominsky, S.L. Claudins: emerging targets for cancer therapy. Expert Rev Mol Med. 2006;8(18):1-11.
Kominsky, S.L.; Davidson, N.E. A "bone" fide predictor of metastasis? Predicting breast cancer metastasis to bone. J Clin Oncol. 2006 May 20;24(15):2227-2229.
Kominsky, S.L.; Tyler, B.; Sosnowski, J.; Brady, K.; Doucet, M.; Nell, D.; Smedley, J.G., 3rd; McClane, B.; Brem, H.; Sukumar, S. Clostridium perfringens enterotoxin as a novel-targeted therapeutic for brain metastasis. Cancer research. 2007 Sep 1;67(17):7977-7982.
Lau, W.M.; Weber, K.L.; Doucet, M.; Chou, Y.T.; Brady, K.; Kowalski, J.; Tsai, H.L.; Yang, J.; Kominsky, S.L. Identification of prospective factors promoting osteotropism in breast cancer: a potential role for CITED2. Int J Cancer. 2010 Feb 15;126(4):876-884.

 

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