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John Patrick Seery

Consultant/College Lecturer

School Of Medicine & Medical Science
St Vincent's Hospital
Elm Park
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7166839
Email: john.seery@ucd.ie

Professional

               

Education

Year 1988 Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Qualification: BA (Mod) Subject:
Year 1991 Institution: University of Cambridge
Qualification: MBBS Subject:
Year 1994 Institution:
Qualification: MRCP Subject:
Year 1999 Institution: University College London
Qualification: PhD Subject:
         

Publications

     

Peer Reviewed Journals

Seery, J. P.; (2006) 'Endometriosis associated with defective handling of apoptotic cells in the female genital tract is a major cause of autoimmune disease in women'. Med Hypotheses, 66 (5):945-9. [Details]
J. P. Seery.; (2002) 'Stem cells of the oesophageal epithelium'. Journal of Cell Science, 115 :1783-1789. [Details]
J. P. Seery, V. Cattell and F. M. Watt. ; (2001) 'Cutting edge: amelioration of kidney disease in a transgenic mouse model of lupus nephritis by administration of the caspase inhibitor carbobenzoxy-valyl-alanyl-aspartyl-(beta-o-methyl)-fluoromethylketone'. Immunology, 167 :2452-2455. [Details]
J. P. Seery; (2000) 'IFN-gamma transgenic mice: clues to the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosus?'. Arthritis Res, 2 :437-440. [Details]
J. P. Seery and F. M. Watt. ; (2000) 'Asymmetric stem-cell divisions define the architecture of human oesophageal epithelium'. Current Biology, 10 :1447-1450. [Details]
R. F. O'Shaughnessy, J. P. Seery, J. E. Celis, A. Frischauf and F. M. Watt. ; (2000) 'PA-FABP, a novel marker of human epidermal transit amplifying cells revealed by 2D protein gel electrophoresis and cDNA array hybridisation'. Febs Letters, 486 :149-154. [Details]
Seery JP, Watt FM; (2000) 'Asymmetric stem cell division determines the architecture of the human oesophageal mucosa'. Current Biology, 10 :1447-1450. [Details]
                                                                                             

Research

Research Interests

Research Projects

Sponsor : Irish Lung Foundation
Title : HOX genes and inflammation
Start Date / End Date : 08-SEP-03 / 07-AUG-14
Sponsor : UCD Faculty of Medicine
Title : Molecular Pathogenesis of Barrett's Oesophagus
Start Date / End Date : 01-OCT-02 / 30-SEP-14