Selected May Publications from BIDMC Faculty

BIDMC Communications

JUNE 03, 2022

Building on BIDMC’s culture of collaboration and innovation, our researchers are helping to transform medicine and health care delivery. Below are selected academic publications issued in the month of May.

Polarity protein SCRIB interacts with SLC3A2 to regulate proliferation and tamoxifen resistance in ER+ breast cancer
Communications Biology / Original Research / May 2, 2022
BIDMC author: Senthil K. Muthuswamy (Cancer Research Institute)

Home blood pressure monitoring in women of child-bearing age with hypertension from 2009 to 2014
American Journal of Hypertension / Original Research / May 4, 2022
BIDMC authors: Ruth-Alma Turkson-Ocran, Stephen P. Juraschek (Division of General Medicine)

Comprehensive national inpatient sample data reveals low but rising pneumocystis jiroveci pneumonia risk in inflammatory bowel disease patients
Annals of Gastroenterology / Original Research / May 4, 2022
BIDMC author: Joseph D. Feuerstein (Division of Gastroenterology)

Mental health and substance use among homeless adolescents in the US
JAMA / Research Letter / May 10, 2022
BIDMC authors: Rishi Wadhera (Smith Center)

Diabetes screening by race and ethnicity in the United States: Equivalent body mass index and age thresholds
Annals of Internal Medicine / Original Research / May 10, 2022
BIDMC authors: Rahul Aggarwal, Robert W. Yeh, Nicholas Chiu, Rishi K. Wadhera, Changyu Shen, Dhruv S. Kazi (Smith Center)

A 2022 update on the epidemiology of obesity and a call to action: as its twin COVID-19 pandemic appears to be receding, the obesity and dysmetabolism pandemic continues to rage on
Metabolism / Editorial / May 14, 2022
BIDMC author: Christos S. Mantzoros (Department of Medicine)

Effects of vitamin C supplementation on gout risk: Results from the Physicians’ Health Study II Trial
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition / Original Research / May 16, 2022
BIDMC authors: Stephen P. Juraschek, Robert H. Shmerling (Department of Medicine)

Evolving practice choices by newly certified and more senior general internists
Annals of Internal Medicine / Original Research / May 17, 2022
BIDMC authors: Jennifer P. Stevens, Bruce E. Landon (Department of Medicine)

Epitranscriptomic challenges and promises in metabolic diseases
Metabolism / Original Research / May 17, 2022 
BIDMC author: Christos S. Mantzoros (Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism)

Therapeutic efficacy of an Ad26/MVA vaccine with SIV gp140 protein and vesatolimod in ART-suppressed rhesus macaques
npj Vaccines / Original Research / May 18, 2022
BIDMC authors: John D. Ventura, Joseph P. Nkolola, Abishek Chandrashekar, Erica N. Borducchi, Jinyan Liu, Noe B. Mercado, David L. Hope, Victoria M. Giffin, Katherine McMahan, Dan H. Barouch (Center for Virology and Vaccine Research)

Higher in vivo fecal concentrations of Clostridioides difficile toxins A and B in patients with NAP-1/027 strain infection
Clinical Infectious Diseases / Original Research / May 24, 2022
BIDMC authors: Carolyn D. Alonso, Nira R. Pollock, Kaitlyn Daugherty, Christine Cuddemi, Javier Villafuerte-Gálvez, Nicole C. White, Xinhua Chen, Hua Xu, Rebecca Sprague, Caitlin Barrett, Ciarán P. Kelly (Department of Medicine)

Survival outcomes with warfarin compared with direct oral anticoagulants in cancer-associated venous thromboembolism in the United States: A population-based cohort study
PLOS Medicine / Original Research / May 25, 2022
BIDMC authors: Adeel M. Khan, Thita Chiasakul, Rushad Patell, Jeffrey I. Zwicker (Division of Hematology and Division of Hemostasis and Thrombosis)

Extracellular mitochondria drive CD8 T cell dysfunction in trauma by upregulating CD39
Thorax / Original Research / May 25, 2022
BIDMC authors: Shilpa Tiwari-Heckler, Ghee Rye Lee, James Harbison, Carola Ledderose, Eva Csizmadia, David Melton, Wolfgang Junger, Guanqing Chen, Carl J Hauser, Leo E Otterbein, Maria Serena Longhi, Simon Christopher Robson (Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine, Department of Surgery, Department of Medicine)

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