Igor Slukvin, MD, PhD

Dept: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Contact: Room 102 Primate
1220 Capitol Court
(608) 263-0058
islukvin (at) wisc (dot) edu
Training Areas: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
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Research Interests

Hematopoietic development from pluripotent stem cells; de novo generation of hematopoietic stem cells

Clinical Interests

General Surgical Pathology, Gastrointestinal tract pathology

Honors & Awards

2000 – New Investigator Award and Award for Outstanding Research and Poster Presentation 14th Rochester Trophoblast Conference: The placenta: function and pathobiology in the new millennium: Implication for Research, Therapy and Clinical Practice. Rochester, NY
1993 – Soros’s International Science Foundation Award
1984 – Honour Diploma, Kiev Medical Institute

Selected Publications

D’Souza SS, Maufort J, Kumar A, et al. “GSK3β Inhibition Promotes Efficient Myeloid and Lymphoid Hematopoiesis from Non-human Primate-Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells.” Stem Cell Reports. 2016;6(2):243-56.

 

Suknuntha K, Ishii Y, Tao L, et al. “Discovery of survival factor for primitive chronic myeloid leukemia cells using induced pluripotent stem cells.” Stem Cell Res. 2015;15(3):678-693.

 

McIntosh BE, Brown ME, Duffin BM, et al. “Nonirradiated NOD,B6.SCID Il2rγ-/- Kit(W41/W41) (NBSGW) mice support multilineage engraftment of human hematopoietic cells.” Stem Cell Reports. 2015;4(2):171-80.