Josep Domingo-Domenech Department of Pathology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
1 protocol

Carlos Cordon-Cardo Department of Pathology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
1 protocol

Irene Rodriguez-Fernandez Department of Pathology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
1 protocol

Marc Carceles-Cordon Department of Pathology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
1 protocol

Veronica Rodriguez-Bravo
  • Department of Pathology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, USA
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Pathology & Cell Biology, School of Medicine, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, 2007

Current position

Assistant Professor, Pathology and Oncological Sciences, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, present

Publications

  1. Carceles-Cordon, M., Rodriguez-Fernandez, I., Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Cordon-Cardo, C. and Domingo-Domenech, J. (2016). In vivo bioluminescence imaging of luciferase-labeled cancer cells. Bio-protocol 6(6): e1762. 
  2. Williams, E. S., Rodriquez-Bravo, V., Chippada-Venkata, U., De Ia Iglesia-Vicente, J., Gong, Y., Galsky, M., Oh, W., Cordon-Cardo, C. and Domingo-Domenech, J. (2015). Generation of Prostate Cancer Patient Derived Xenograft Models from Circulating Tumor Cells. J Vis Exp(105): 53182.
  3. Vidal, S. J., Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Quinn, S. A., Rodriguez-Barrueco, R., Lujambio, A., Williams, E., Sun, X., de la Iglesia-Vicente, J., Lee, A., Readhead, B., Chen, X., Galsky, M., Esteve, B., Petrylak, D. P., Dudley, J. T., Rabadan, R., Silva, J. M., Hoshida, Y., Lowe, S. W., Cordon-Cardo, C. and Domingo-Domenech, J. (2015). A targetable GATA2-IGF2 axis confers aggressiveness in lethal prostate cancer. Cancer Cell 27(2): 223-239. Cover and Preview.
  4. Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Maciejowski, J., Corona, J., Buch, H. K., Collin, P., Kanemaki, M. T., Shah, J. V. and Jallepalli, P. V. (2014). Nuclear pores protect genome integrity by assembling a premitotic and Mad1-dependent anaphase inhibitor. Cell 156(5): 1017-1031. *Comment in: Mitosis: a safety net for successful mitosis. [Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol. 2014] Nuclear pores set the speed limit for mitosis. [Cell. 2014]
  5. Vidal, S. J., Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Galsky, M., Cordon-Cardo, C. and Domingo-Domenech, J. (2014). Targeting cancer stem cells to suppress acquired chemotherapy resistance. Oncogene 33(36): 4451-4463.
  6. Vidal, S. J., Quinn, S. A., de la Iglesia-Vicente, J., Bonal, D. M., Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Firpo-Betancourt, A., Cordon-Cardo, C. and Domingo-Domenech, J. (2014). Isolation of cancer stem cells from human prostate cancer samples. J Vis Exp(85).
  7. Domingo-Domenech, J., Vidal, S. J., Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Castillo-Martin, M., Quinn, S. A., Rodriguez-Barrueco, R., Bonal, D. M., Charytonowicz, E., Gladoun, N., de la Iglesia-Vicente, J., Petrylak, D. P., Benson, M. C., Silva, J. M. and Cordon-Cardo, C. (2012). Suppression of acquired docetaxel resistance in prostate cancer through depletion of notch- and hedgehog-dependent tumor-initiating cells. Cancer Cell 22(3): 373-388.
  8. Burkard, M. E., Maciejowski, J., Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Repka, M., Lowery, D. M., Clauser, K. R., Zhang, C., Shokat, K. M., Carr, S. A., Yaffe, M. B. and Jallepalli, P. V. (2009). Plk1 self-organization and priming phosphorylation of HsCYK-4 at the spindle midzone regulate the onset of division in human cells. PLoS Biol 7(5): e1000111.
  9. Lindqvist, A., Rodriguez-Bravo, V. and Medema, R. H. (2009). The decision to enter mitosis: feedback and redundancy in the mitotic entry network. J Cell Biol 185(2): 193-202.
  10. Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Guaita-Esteruelas, S., Salvador, N., Bachs, O. and Agell, N. (2007). Different S/M checkpoint responses of tumor and non tumor cell lines to DNA replication inhibition. Cancer Res 67(24): 11648-11656.
  11. Rodriguez-Bravo, V., Guaita-Esteruelas, S., Florensa, R., Bachs, O. and Agell, N. (2006). Chk1- and claspin-dependent but ATR/ATM- and Rad17-independent DNA replication checkpoint response in HeLa cells. Cancer Res 66(17): 8672-8679.
1 Protocol published
In vivo Bioluminescence Imaging of Luciferase-labeled Cancer Cells
Over the past decade, in vivo bioluminescent imaging has emerged as a non-invasive and sensitive tool for studying ongoing biological processes within living organisms (Contag et al., 1997; Contag et al., 1998). Based on ...
We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience. By using our website, you are agreeing to allow the storage of cookies on your computer.