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Andrew Wilber

  • PhD/Associate Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
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  • 912CitationsNumber of citations received by Andrew's publications. Updated daily.

Research interests

Noncoding RNAHematopoieitic Stem CellsGene Regulation

About

Dr. Wilber is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Microbiology, Immunology and Cell Biology, Director of the Public Health Laboratory Sciences graduate program, and Chairman of the Infection Control and Safety committee. He obtained his PhD in Molecular Genetics at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Experimental Hematology at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, TN. He is a member of the American Society for Hematology and American Society of Gene and Cell Therapy for which he serves as on the New Investigator Committee (2011-2016). He is an academic editor for PLoS One and a reviewer for Blood, BMC Biology, Stem Cells and PLoS journals.

Co-authors (201)

  • Mohammed Rabiul Hosen
  • Lalitha Belur

Publications (5)

  • A Syngeneic Mouse Model of Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma for Quantitative and Longitudinal Assessment of Preclinical Therapies

    • Murphy K
    • James B
    • Wilber A
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  • Lymphatic endothelial progenitors originate from plastic myeloid cells activated by toll-like receptor-4

    • Volk-Draper Lisa D. AND Hall K
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  • Novel role of immature myeloid cells in formation of new lymphatic vessels associated with inflammation and tumors

    • Ran S
    • Wilber A
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  • Single nucleotide variant in Nucleoporin 107 may be predictive of sensitivity to chemotherapy in patients with ovarian cancer

    • Alanee S
    • Delfino K
    • Wilber A
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  • Deoxyribonuclease 1-like III is an inducible macrophage barrier to liposomal transfection

    • Wilber A
    • Lu M
    • Schneider M
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Editorships

Stem Cells International

Academic Editor

2016 - Present

Heliyon

Academic Editor

2015 - Present

PLoS One

Academic Editor

2010 - Present

Professional experience

Associate Professor

Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine

July 2017 - Present

Director Public Health Laboratory Sciences Program

Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine

December 2011 - Present

Assistant Professor (Medical Microbiology)

Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine

January 2011 - June 2017(6 years)

Assistant Professor (Urology)

Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine

January 2008 - January 2011(3 years)

Post-doctoral Fellow

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

October 2006 - January 2008(a year)

Researcher II

Southern Illinois University - School of Medicine

January 2000 - August 2002(3 years)

Microbiologist I

Taylor Pharmaceuticals

September 1998 - August 1999(a year)

Research Assistant

Megan Health, Incorporated

August 1996 - August 1998(2 years)

Education

Molecular Genetics

University of Minnesota

August 2002 - August 2006(4 years)

Biology and Chemistry

Millikin University

August 1992 - May 1996(4 years)