Marta Agata Ambrozewicz, MD, PhD

<p>2001-2009<strong>  </strong>Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences</p>
<p>Department of Physiological Sciences</p>
<p>Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA</p>

Assistant Professor

Pathology and Anatomy


Lewis Hall

757.446.5659

ambrozma@evms.edu


Assistant Professor, Pathology and Anatomy Department, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2012- present .

    

Postdoctoral fellow in Sleep Laboratory, Eastern Virginia Medical School, 2009-2011.

 

Intern, Medical Academy of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland, 1993-1994.

Courses Taught

Histology

Pathology

Medical Education

1993   M.D., Medical Academy of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland

Graduate Education

2001-2009  Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences

Department of Physiological Sciences

Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA

Research Interests

2009-2011  Postdoctoral fellow in sleep laboratory of Dr. Larry Sanford, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA. Techniques: surgical implementation of guide cannulae into rodents’ brain, and telemetry transmitters into abdominal cavity of the rodents, immunohistochemistry on brain section, ELISA  assays.

 

2003-2009  Thesis research: “Mechanisms of regulation of proximal tubule sodium transporters in obesity-induced hypertension” in Dr. Anca Dobrian’s laboratory, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk,  VA.  Techniques: cell culture, transient transfections, western blotting, immunocytochemistry, immunohistochemistry, indirect light and fluorescent microscopy, confocal microscopy.

 

2001-2003  Graduate student in the laboratory Dr.Paul Ratz, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA. Techniques: immunohistochemistry, confocal  microscopy.

Presentations and Scholarships

Selected Publications

Rajasekaran SK, Mazzurco L, Ambrozewicz MA. Solutions to Integrate Health Systems Science Into Medical Education- Editorial Letter. Academic Medicine accepted as of November 21, 2017

Ciavarra RP, Machida M, Ambrozewicz MA, Wellman LL, Breving K, O’Conor D, Lundberg P, Steel Ch,  and Sanford LD. Early gene activation initiates neuroinflammation prior to VSV neuroinvasion: Impact on antiviral responses and sleep. J Neuroimmunology, 2017 Feb 15;303:31-42

 

Courses Taught

Histology

Pathology

Medical Education

1993   M.D., Medical Academy of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland

Graduate Education

2001-2009  Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences

Department of Physiological Sciences

Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA

Research Interests

2009-2011  Postdoctoral fellow in sleep laboratory of Dr. Larry Sanford, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA. Techniques: surgical implementation of guide cannulae into rodents’ brain, and telemetry transmitters into abdominal cavity of the rodents, immunohistochemistry on brain section, ELISA  assays.

 

2003-2009  Thesis research: “Mechanisms of regulation of proximal tubule sodium transporters in obesity-induced hypertension” in Dr. Anca Dobrian’s laboratory, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk,  VA.  Techniques: cell culture, transient transfections, western blotting, immunocytochemistry, immunohistochemistry, indirect light and fluorescent microscopy, confocal microscopy.

 

2001-2003  Graduate student in the laboratory Dr.Paul Ratz, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, VA. Techniques: immunohistochemistry, confocal  microscopy.

Presentations and Scholarships

Selected Publications

Rajasekaran SK, Mazzurco L, Ambrozewicz MA. Solutions to Integrate Health Systems Science Into Medical Education- Editorial Letter. Academic Medicine accepted as of November 21, 2017

Ciavarra RP, Machida M, Ambrozewicz MA, Wellman LL, Breving K, O’Conor D, Lundberg P, Steel Ch,  and Sanford LD. Early gene activation initiates neuroinflammation prior to VSV neuroinvasion: Impact on antiviral responses and sleep. J Neuroimmunology, 2017 Feb 15;303:31-42

 

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