Arsov, Ivica

Curriculum Vitae
Science Advisor Food and Drug Administration, Northeast Regional Laboratory
Associate Professor
Biology

Phone: 718-262-2713
Office Location: AC-4E03C
iarsov@york.cuny.edu

Education

Degree Institution Field Dates
PhD  New York University     
MS  University of Belgrade     
MS  New York University     
BS  University of Belgrade     

The main focus of my laboratory is to understand events leading to programmed cell death (apoptosis) in developing T-cells in the thymus. We are currently using several genetically modified mice to determine the role of Beclin 1, a gene implicated in autophagy and apoptosis, in intrathymic T-cell development. My long term goal is to develop a mouse model in which the Beclin 1 gene will be inactivated in lymphoid cells. This will provide an excellent system to study different aspects of T-cell biology in which Beclin 1 could play an important role.

Areas of Expertise

Immunology
T cell development
Cell Biology

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Arsov I, Adebayo A, Kucerova-Levisohn M, Haye J, MacNeil M, Papavasiliou FN, Yue Z, Ortiz BD.. "A role for autophagic protein beclin 1 early in lymphocyte development." Journal of Immunology. 186(4) 2011: 2201-2209.

Hu Y, and Arsov, I.. "Nested Real-Time PCR for Hepatitis A detection.." Letters in Applied Microbiology. 49(5) 2009: 615-619.

Arsov I, Li X, Matthews G, Coradin J, Hartmann B, Simon AK, Sealfon SC, Yue Z.. "BAC-mediated transgenic expression of fluorescent autophagic protein Beclin 1 reveals a role for Beclin 1 in lymphocyte development." Cell Death & Differentiation. 15(9) 2008: 1385-1395.

Grants-In-Aid

National Institute of General Medical Sciences, Role of autophagy in T cell immune response. 2009-2013: .

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Arsov, Ivica
 

Arsov, Ivica
Associate Professor
Biology