Robert Auerbach, PhD

Dr. Auerbach is Emeritus Professor of Zoology, member of the Institute on Aging, and Associate Member of the Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is widely recognized as a pioneer in the area of angiogenesis and endothelial cell differentiation. He has developed specialized techniques for the assessment of angiogenesis in-vivo including the mouse corneal angiogenesis model and the intradermal skin assay. His in-vitro research has led to the isolation of a large number of organ-specific endothelial cell lines, including lines established from retinal, corneal, and choroidal blood vessels. His current research focuses on differential angiogenesis in the eye and on endothelial cell heterogeneity.

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Recent Publications

2010

Modulation of human vascular endothelial cell behaviors by nanotopographic cues.

Biomaterials. 2010 Jul;31(20):5418-26

Authors: Liliensiek SJ, Wood JA, Yong J, Auerbach R, Nealey PF, Murphy CJ