Simon C Robson,
|Address:|| 330 Brookline Ave; CL-0612
Boston, MA 02215
|Year||Institution||Area or Rank|
|1978||University of Cape Town||Medicine|
|1983||Kings College Hospital||Research Fellow|
|1985||Medical Research Council||Senior Scientist PhD|
|2006||Harvard University||MA (hon)|
|David Avigan||Keiichi Enjoji PhD||Zhenghui Jiang||Maria Serena Longhi MD,PhD|
|Dina Stroopinsky PhD|
|Cancer & Hematologic||Immunology, Transplantation||Infectious Diseases, Inflammation||Vascular Biology|
Molecular and functional characterization of CD39 and CD39 like family members of the ecto-nucleoside triphosphate diphosphohydrolase (ecto-NTPDase) family |
CD39/NTPDases and purinergic signalling in translational immunology, innate immunity and vascular inflammation as in IBD
Thromboregulation in xenotransplantation
|MRC Career Advancement Award (1985-86). |
MRC International Study Award (1993-95).
Gold Medal. South African Immunology Society (1990).
MA (hon) Harvard University (2006).
Fellow of Royal College of Physicians of London (1996).
American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases Research Committee (1999-2002)
Chairman Scientific Committee, International Workshops on Ecto-ATPases (1999, 2002).
Roche Transplantation Research Foundation Award, 2002.
Reviewer NIH, 1998, 2002.
Visiting Professor, Medical College of Mongolia, China and UNiversity Turin, Italy.
Honorary Lecturer, University of Cape Town, South Africa.
North American Vascular Biology Organization.
American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
North American Space Exploration Society
American Medical Association
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Working group on the Ethics of Xenotransplantation. (Harvard School of Public Health).
Research Resource Allocation, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Committee for Biosafety in Xenotransplantation
|Tolerance in xenotransplantation: project to evaluate thromboregulation in xenograft rejection (Dr. DH Sachs).|
Generation of CD39 and related NTPDase gene-deleted and transgenic animals. (Dr. Bob D Rosenberg and Dr. Tony J d'Apice).
T regulatory cell and memory T cell purinergic functions - role of CD39. (Dr. Terry B. Strom)
Purinergic functions and stem cells (Dr. Herbert Zimmermann)