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Jeremy Andrew Squire

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Faculdade de Medicina de Ribeirão Preto (FMRP)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Inglaterra

Graduated from the University of London, UK, with a Masters in Genetics and a PhD in Medical Biophysics from the University of Toronto. Postdoc at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, UK (1988). Was director of Molecular Pathology, Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto (1989-1997). Professor in 2001 in the Department of Pathology at Queen's University in Kingston, Canada and Director of the Laboratory of Translational Research, NCIC - Clinical Trials Group (2008-13). He was visiting professor at the Cancer Hospital of São Paulo (AC Camargo) in the period 2006-2007 and of Barretos Cancer Hospital in 2011 is currently a Professor in the Department of Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of Ribeirão Preto, University of São Paulo, where he also developed a project in collaboration with the Departments of Genetics and Surgery. The current research projects involve investigation of the PTEN gene in prostate cancer and genomic analyzes in gliobalstoma and ovarian cancer. Research Productivity Grant Level PQ-1B. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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VIDOTTO, THIAGO; TIEZZI, DANIEL GUIMARAES; SQUIRE, JEREMY A.. Distinct subtypes of genomic PTEN deletion size influence the landscape of aneuploidy and outcome in prostate cancer. MOLECULAR CYTOGENETICS, v. 11, . Web of Science Citations: 7. (15/09111-5, 16/02730-4, 15/22785-5)

VIDOTTO, THIAGO; MELO, CAMILA MORAIS; CASTELLI, ERICK; KOTI, MADHURI; DOS REIS, RODOLFO BORGES; SQUIRE, JEREMY A.. Emerging role of PTEN loss in evasion of the immune response to tumours. BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANCER, v. 122, n. 12, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (15/22785-5, 15/09111-5, 17/08614-9)

HARMON, STEPHANIE A.; PATEL, PALAK G.; SANFORD, THOMAS H.; CAVEN, ISABELLE; ISEMAN, RACHAEL; VIDOTTO, THIAGO; PICANCO, CLARISSA; SQUIRE, JEREMY A.; MASOUDI, SAMIRA; MEHRALIVAND, SHERIF; et al. High throughput assessment of biomarkers in tissue microarrays using artificial intelligence: PTEN loss as a proof-of-principle in multi-center prostate cancer cohorts. MODERN PATHOLOGY, v. 34, n. 2, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (15/22785-5, 15/09111-5, 17/08614-9)

JAMASPISHVILI, TAMARA; PATEL, PALAK G.; NIU, YI; VIDOTTO, THIAGO; CAVEN, ISABELLE; LIVERGANT, RACHEL; FU, WINNIE; KAWASHIMA, ATSUNARI; HOW, NATHAN; OKELLO, JOHN B.; et al. Risk Stratification of Prostate Cancer Through Quantitative Assessment of PTEN Loss (qPTEN). JNCI-JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE, v. 112, n. 11, p. 1098-1104, . Web of Science Citations: 4. (15/09111-5)

MELO, CAMILA MORAIS; VIDOTTO, THIAGO; CHAVES, LUIZ PAULO; LAUTERT-DUTRA, WILLIAM; REIS, RODOLFO BORGES DOS; SQUIRE, JEREMY ANDREW. The Role of Somatic Mutations on the Immune Response of the Tumor Microenvironment in Prostate Cancer. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SCIENCES, v. 22, n. 17, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (19/22912-8)

YOSHIMOTO, MAISA; LUDKOVSKI, OLGA; GOOD, JENNIFER; PEREIRA, CIRO; GOODING, ROBERT J.; MCGOWAN-JORDAN, JEAN; BOAG, ALEXANDER; EVANS, ANDREW; TSAO, MING-SOUND; NUIN, PAULO; et al. Use of multicolor fluorescence in situ hybridization to detect deletions in clinical tissue sections. LABORATORY INVESTIGATION, v. 98, n. 4, p. 403-413, . Web of Science Citations: 4. (15/09111-5)

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