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Trond Aasen

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Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron

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Hospital Universitari Vall d'Hebron

Passeig de la Vall d'Hebron 119-129

Barcelona, Catalonia,8035

Spain

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Centre de Medicina Regenerativa de Barcelona


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California Melon Research Board


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Trond Aasen Trond AasenDr Trond Aasen was born in Norway and obtained his Bachelor Honours degree in Microbiology in 1999 at the University of Glasgow in Scotland.He was subsequently awarded his PhD "The role of gap junctions and connexins in squamous epithelial differentiation and HPV-associated carcinogenesis" in 2003 at the same university.After a year at the Institute of Cancer Research in London, working on mitochondrial enzymes in cancer predisposition, he returned to the topic of gap junctions in skin biology and tumourigenesis as a postdoctoral researcher at Queen Mary University of London.During this period he was awarded the British Society for Investigative Dermatology (BSID) Young Investigator Award (2005) and also received 6 months personal funding with a Wellcome Trust VIP award (2006). In early 2007 Trond Aasen joined CMRB as a postdoctoral research scientist.His widespread research interests are centered on connexins and gap junctional intercellular communication in relation to mechanisms of stem cell pluripotency, differentiation and somatic cell reprogramming as well as regulatory roles during tissue development and regeneration. Selected Publications: , Aasen, T. and Kelsell D.K.The role of connexins in skin biology.Book Chapter from: Connexins: A Guide.Editors Harris A & Locke D. Humana Press 2008 (accepted)., Matos, T.D, Caria, H., Simões-Teixeira, H., Aasen, T., Nickel, R., Jagger, D., O'Neill, A., Kelsell, D. and Fialho, G. (2007).A novel hearing loss related mutation occurring in the GJB2 basal promoter.J Med Genet Published Online First: 27 July 2007., Unsmorth, H., Aasen, T.*, McElwaine, S. and Kelsell, D.K. (2007).Tissue specific effects of wildtype and mutant Connexin 31: a role in neurite outgrowth.Hum Mol Gen, Jan 15;16(2):165-72. * Joint First Author. , Di, W.L., Gu, Y., Common, J.E.A., Aasen, T., O'Toole, E.A., Kelsell, D.P. and Zicha, D. (2005).Connexin interaction patterns in keratinocytes revealed morphologically and by FRET analysis.Journal of Cell Science April 1;118 (Pt 7):1505-14. , Aasen, T., Graham, S.V., Edward, M. and Hodgins, M.B. (2005).Reduced expression of multiple gap junction proteins, including connexin 26, is a feature of cervical dysplasia.Molecular Cancer, Aug 9;4(1):31. , Aasen, T., Hodgins, M.B., Edward, M. and Graham, S.V. (2003).The relationship between connexins, gap junctions, tissue architecture and tumour invasion, as studied in a novel in vitro model of HPV-16-associated cervical cancer progression.Oncogene 22: 7969-7980. , Aasen, T. and Houlston, S.R. (2003).Mitochondria and cancer: more to life than death.Book Review.Research Advances in Cancer, vol.3, pp.283-294. , Bakirtzis, G., Choudhry, R., Aasen, T., Shore, L., Brown, K., Bryson, S., Forrow, S., Tetley, L., Finbow, M., Greenhalgh, D. and Hodgins, M. (2003a)., Thomas, T., Aasen, T., Hodgins, M. and Laird, DW. (2003).Transport and function of cx26 mutants involved in skin and deafness disorders.Cell Commun.Adhes.10: 353-358. , Bakirtzis, G., Jamieson, S., Aasen, T., Bryson, S., Forrow, S., Tetley, L., Finbow, M., Greenhalgh, D. and Hodgins, M. (2003b).The effects of a mutant connexin 26 on epidermal differentiation.Cell Commun.Adhes.10: 359-364.


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