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Paulette Robinson, Ph.D.

Division

Child Health Research Institute

Academic Title

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Contact Information

352-294-5678 (phone)
wog11@ufl.edu

Training

  • Ph.D., Genetics, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, May 2012
  • B.S., Microbiology and Cell Science and minor in Chemistry, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2005

Research Overview

  • Identify key microRNAs involved in liver regeneration.

Key Publications

  1. P. M. Robinson , T. S. Smith , D. Patel , M. Dave , A. S. Lewin , L. Pi , E. W. Scott , S. S. Tuli, G. S. Schultz. Proteolytic Processing of Connective Tissue Growth Factor in Normal Ocular Tissues and During Corneal Wound Healing submitted to Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2012 Dec 13;53(13):8093-103
  2. S S. Radhakrishnan , T. D. Blalock , P. M. Robinson , G. Secker , J. T. Daniels , G. R. Grotendorst, G. S. Schultz. Effect of Connective Tissue Growth Factor on Protein Kinase Expression and Activity in Human Corneal Fibroblasts submitted to Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2012 Dec 13;53(13):8076-85
  3. P.M. Robinson, L. Glickman ,R. Yuan, T. D. Blalock, A. S. Lewin,and G. S. Schultz. Hammerhead Ribozyme-Mediated Knockdown of mRNA for Fibrotic Growth Factors: Transforming Growth Factor-Beta1 and Connective Tissue Growth Factor. Methods in Molecular Biology. Springer Science+Business Media, LLC. Chapter 8, 2012;820:117-3
  4. P. Bursac, A York, P. Kuznia, L.M Brown, S. P Arnoczky. Influence of donor age on the biomechanical and biochemical properties of human meniscal allografts.  Am J Sports Med. 2009 May;37(5):884-9