Philippe M. Soriano
- PROFESSOR Developmental and Regenerative Biology
- PROFESSOR Oncological Sciences
Ph.D., University of Paris
Postdoctoral, Whitehead Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Philippe Soriano's laboratory studies growth factor signaling pathways that have important roles in mouse embryonic development. In particular, our lab is interested in the general question of how biological specificity is acquired upon engagement of growth factor signaling. A major focus of our research is in craniofacial biology, where we seek to identify the pathways by which Platelet Derived Growth Factor (PDGF) and Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF) signaling regulate the development of the midface and palate. We are also establishing the signaling pathways that are engaged by FGF signaling that govern the establishment of extraembryonic stem cell fate (TS cells and XEN cells) as well as the differentiation of Embryonic and Epiblast Stem Cells (ES cells and EpiSCs). For more detailed information, please consult our laboratory website.
Olson LE, Soriano P. PDGFRβ Signaling Regulates Mural Cell Plasticity and Inhibits Fat Development. Developmental Cell 2011; 20: 815-826.
Bush JO, Soriano P. Ephrin-B1 forward signaling regulates craniofacial morphogenesis by controlling cell proliferation across Eph-ephrin boundaries. Genes and Development 2010; 24: 2068-2080.
Olson LE, Soriano P. Increased PDGFRα activation disrupts connective tissue development and drives systemic fibrosis . Developmental Cell 2009; 16: 303-313.
Schmahl J, Rizzolo K, Soriano P. The PDGF signaling pathway controls multiple steroid producing lineages. Genes and Development 2008; 22: 3255-3267.
Schmahl J, Raymond CS, Soriano P. PDGF signaling specificity is mediated through multiple immediate early genes. Nature Genetics 2007; 39: 52-60.
Davy A, Bush JO, Soriano P. Inhibition of gap junction communication at ectopic Eph/ephrin boundaries underlies cranio-frontonasal syndrome. PLOS Biology 2006; 4: 1763-1776.
Hoch RV, Soriano P. Context-specific requirements for Fgfr1 signaling through Frs2 and Frs3 during mouse development. Development 2006; 133: 663-673.
Tallquist MD, French WJ, Soriano P. Additive effects of PDGF receptor β signaling pathways in vascular smooth muscle cell development. PLOS Biology 2003; 1: 288-299.
Hoch RV, Soriano P. PDGF roles in animal development. Development 2003; 130: 4769-4784.
Klinghoffer RA, Hamilton TG, Hoch R, Soriano P. An allelic series at the PDGFαR locus indicates unequal contributions of distinct signaling pathways during development. Developmental Cell 2002; 2: 103-113.
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Below are financial relationships with industry reported by Dr. Soriano during 2012 and/or 2013. Please note that this information may differ from information posted on corporate sites due to timing or classification differences.
- Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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