Roslyn Rivkah Isseroff, M.D.
Roslyn Rivkah Isseroff, M.D. received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the City University of New York, Brooklyn College, followed by a doctorate in medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Isseroff was both a resident and postdoctoral fellow at the New York University Medical Center. Soon after, she became an Assistant Professor of Dermatology and Cell Biology at the same institution before being named Assistant Professor at the University of California-Davis, Department of Dermatology, where she is now Full Professor. Dr. Isseroff was named the Chief of Service of Dermatology for the VA Northern California Healthcare System; she also heads the Wound Healing clinic there.
In her time at the University of California-Davis, Dr. Isseroff has been a member or chair of multiple University-related committees as well as several professional societies such as the Society of Investigative Dermatology, American Dermatology Association, American Society for Cell Biology, and NIH Study section. She is also currently an associate editor for the Journal of Investigative Dermatology. Dr. Isseroff’s honors and awards include the NIH Research Career Development Award, the UC Davis Dean’s Award for Mentoring, several R01 NIH grants, and patents. Her research interests revolve around tissue repair and regeneration.
Undergraduate Education: Brooklyn College, City University of New York, Brooklyn, New York, B.S.
Medical Education: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, New York, M.D.
Internships: Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, New York City, New York
Residency: New York University Medical Center, New York City, New York
Fellowships: New York University Medical Center New York City, New York
Board Certifications: American Board of Dermatology
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Federation for Clinical Research
American Society for Cell Biology
New York Academy of Science
Skin Pharmacology Society
Society for Pediatric Dermatology
Society of Investigative Dermatology
Tissue Culture Association
Pullar CE , Isseroff RR. Ss2-adrenergic receptor activation delays dermal fibroblast-mediated contraction of collagen gels via a camp-dependent mechanism. Wound Repair Regen 2005;13:405-11.
Shi B , Isseroff RR. Epidermal growth factor (egf)-mediated DNA-binding activity of ap-1 is attenuated in senescent human epidermal keratinocytes. Exp Dermatol 2005;14:519-27.
Pullar CE, Isseroff RR. Cyclic amp mediates keratinocyte directional migration in an electric field. J Cell Sci 2005;118:2023-34.
Kurzrock EA, Lieu DK, deGraffenried LA, Isseroff RR. Rat urothelium: Improved techniques for serial cultivation, expansion, freezing and reconstitution onto acellular matrix. J Urol 2005;173:281-5.
Kang SH, Fung MA, Gandour-Edwards R, Reilly D, Dizon T, Grahn J, Isseroff RR. Heat shock protein 27 is expressed in normal and malignant human melanocytes in vivo. J Cutan Pathol 2004;31:665-71.
Grahn JC, Isseroff RR. Human melanocytes do not express egf receptors. J Invest Dermatol 2004;123:244-6.
Ionides EL, Fang KS, Isseroff RR, Oster GF. Stochastic models for cell motion and taxis. J Math Biol 2004;48:23-37.
Shi, B., R. R. Isseroff, and R. Nuccitelli. 2003. Power line frequency electromagnetic fields do not increase the rate of protein synthesis in human skin fibroblasts as previously reported. Bioelectromagnetics 24:465.
Sillman, A. L., D. M. Quang, B. Farboud, K. S. Fang, R. Nuccitelli, and R. R. Isseroff. 2003. Human dermal fibroblasts do not exhibit directional migration on collagen I in direct-current electric fields of physiological strength. Exp Dermatol 12:396.
Ojingwa, J. C., and R. R. Isseroff. 2003. Electrical stimulation of wound healing. J Invest Dermatol 121:1.
Pullar, C. E., J. Chen, and R. R. Isseroff. 2003. PP2A activation by beta2-adrenergic receptor agonists: novel regulatory mechanism of keratinocyte migration. J Biol Chem 278:22555
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