Scott Oakes, MD
Dr. Scott Oakes is a pathologist from San Francisco, California. He graduated from the medical school of the University of Connecticut. Afterward, he completed a residency stage in anatomic and clinical pathology at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Dr. Oakes is a board-certified specialist in anatomic pathology. He contributed to numerous published studies that focused on topics like embryonic stem cells, CDK1inhibition, endoplasm reticulum stress, myeloid cells in glioblastoma patients, the adaptor protein CRK, drug-resistant glioma, mitochondrial fission and apoptosis, Golgi fragmentation. Dr. Scott Oakes currently collaborates with the UCSF Medical Center and the San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center.
University of Connecticut
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
American Board of Pathology
Fas-Activated Mitochondrial Apoptosis Culls Stalled Embryonic Stem Cells to Promote Differentiation.
Wang, E. S.,Reyes, N. A.,Melton, C.,Huskey, N. E.,Momcilovic, O.,Goga, A.,Blelloch, R.,Oakes, S. A.; Curr. Biol.. 2015 Nov 21.See more >>
CDK1 Inhibition Targets the p53-NOXA-MCL1 Axis, Selectively Kills Embryonic Stem Cells, and Prevents Teratoma Formation.
Huskey, N. E.,Guo, T.,Evason, K. J.,Momcilovic, O.,Pardo, D.,Creasman, K. J.,Judson, R. L.,Blelloch, R.,Oakes, S. A.,Hebrok, M.,Goga, A.; Stem Cell Reports. 2015 Mar 04.See more >>
The Role of Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress in Human Pathology.
Oakes, S. A.,Papa, F. R.; Annu Rev Pathol. 2014 Nov 12.See more >>