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MAGGIE LOUIE, Ph.D

Maggie Louie 2013 ColorAssistant Professor, Chemistry, Dept. of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
School of Health and Natural Sciences
Expert in Breast Cancer Research
maggie.louie@Dominican.edu
415-485-3248

EXPERTISE

  • Breast Cancer
  • Hormone refractory breast cancer

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • M.C. Louie, N. Vaksman, M. Barnett, L. Hakobyan and I. Kucher (2012) "The Impact of Incorporating Pharmacogenomics into the Pharmacy Curriculum on Student Interest" Pharmacy Education. 12 (1):31-36.
  • M.C. Louie, M. Sevigny, N. Aquino, J. Sabangan (2012) "The Role of Cadmium and Nickel in Estrogen Receptor Signaling and Breast Cancer: Metalloestrogens or Not?" Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part C: Environmental Carcinogenesis and Ecotoxicology Review 2012 30(3): 1-36.

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • M.C. Louie, M. Carranza, J.K. O'Sullivan, T.R. Helphrey and J. Laim "Novel Tyrosine Derivatives of Temozolomide Active Against Breast Cancer Cell Lines" at American Association for Cancer Research, Washington, D.C. April 2013.
  • M.C. Louie and J. Laim "VDR Overexpression Restores Tamoxifen Responsiveness" at American Association for Cancer Research, Washington, D.C. April 2013.
  • M.C. Louie, S. Damodar, M. Alejo and R. Garcia "Protein Expression Profiling of Breast Cancer Cell Lines" at 27th National Conference for Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, Wis. April 2013.
  • M.C. Louie, B. Conlon, H. Mojaddidi and Gumbs "A Novel Heteroarotinoid Analog, SI-1-09 Inhibits Breast Cancer Cell Growth" at 27th National Conference for Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, Wis. April 2013.
  • M.C. Louie, M. Carranza and C. Kim "Evaluation of Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitory Activity of Rhamnus Californica and Umbellularia Californica" at 27th National Conference for Undergraduate Research, La Crosse, Wis. April 2013.
  • M.C. Louie "Chronic Cadmium Exposure Promotes Breast Cancer Progression" at the 7th Conference on Metal Toxicity and Carcinogenesis, Albuquerque, N.M. October 2012.

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • Leading research at Dominican determining exposure to cadmium for prolong period causes breast cancer cells to become increasingly aggressive

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