Ramiro  Malgor, MD

Associate Professor, Pathology

HCOM-Biomedical Sciences

Academic Research Center 202B

740.593.2324

Member Type: Investigator  

Research Interest

 My research focuses on:

  • Wnt signaling in vascular pathology and inflammation

  • Atherosclerosis at the macrovascular level

  • Alterations produced in kidney due to diabetes at the microvasculature level

  • The impact of diet-induced obesity and type 2 diabetes on coronary adhesion molecule expression in mice

Selected Publications

Ackers, I., Szymanski, C., Duckett, K. J., Consitt, L. A., Silver, M. J., & Malgor, R. (2018). Blocking Wnt5a signaling decreases CD36 expression and foam cell formation in atherosclerosis. Cardiovascular Pathology, 34, 1–8.

Ackers, I., & Malgor, R. (2018). Interrelationship of canonical and non-canonical Wnt signalling pathways in chronic metabolic diseases. Diabetes & Vascular Disease Research, 15(1), 3–13. 

Saling, M., Duckett, J. K., Ackers, I., Coschigano, K., Jenkinson, S., & Malgor, R. (2017). Wnt5a / planar cell polarity signaling pathway in urothelial carcinoma, a potential prognostic biomarker. Oncotarget, 8(19), 31655–31665.

Carlson, G. E., Martin, E. W., Shirure, V. S., Malgor, R., Resto, V. A., Goetz, D. J., & Burdick, M. M. (2017). Dynamic biochemical tissue analysis detects functional L-selectin ligands on colon cancer tissues. PloS One, 12(3), e0173747.

Schwartz, A. L., Dickerson, E., Dagia, N., Malgor, R., & McCall, K. D. (2017). TLR signaling inhibitor, phenylmethimazole, in combination with tamoxifen inhibits human breast cancer cell viability and migration. Oncotarget, 8(69), 113295–113302.

Slyvka, Y., Malgor, R., Inman, S. R., Ding, J., Heh, V., & Nowak, F. V. (2016). Antioxidant diet and sex interact to regulate NOS isoform expression and glomerular mesangium proliferation in Zucker diabetic rat kidney. Acta Histochemica, 118(2), 183–193.

Guo, A., Daniels, N. A., Thuma, J., McCall, K. D., Malgor, R., & Schwartz, F. L. (2015). Diet is critical for prolonged glycemic control after short-term insulin treatment in high-fat diet-induced type 2 diabetic male mice. PloS One, 10(1), e0117556.

McCall, K. D., Thuma, J. R., Courreges, M. C., Benencia, F., James, C. B. L., Malgor, R., … Schwartz, F. L. (2015). Toll-like receptor 3 is critical for coxsackievirus B4-induced type 1 diabetes in female NOD mice. Endocrinology, 156(2), 453–461.