Dr. Bronislaw L Slomiany
Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Medicine, New York Medical College.
Dr. Bronislaw L. Slomiany is a professor of Oral Pathology in Research Center Director (88-93), New Jersey Dental School. He is a professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, New Jersey Medical School. He is also a professor of Medicine, New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ, Newark, New Jersey. He is also a member of Sammy Davis, Jr. National Liver Institute, Newark, NJ.
Dr. Bronislaw L. Slomiany research interests includes biology and function of alimentary tract secretions; glycobiology of saliva and gastrointestinal tract mucus; structure, macromolecular organization, and the role of mucus in mucosal defense; alcohol abuse and oral mucosal and gastric injury; molecular basis of mucosal tissue injury and repair; pathogenic mechanisms of P. gingivalis and H.pylori action and mucosal defense; mucosal inflammatory responses to P.gingivalis and H. pylori lipopolysaccharide; co- and post-translational processing of secretory glycoproteins; signal transduction pathways affecting salivary and gastric mucin elaboration; signal transduction and secretory control mechanisms, role EGF and EGFR transactivation in secretory protein and glycoprotein processing; role of leptin and ghrelin in gastric and oral mucosal defense; extracellular matrix and their cell surface receptors(integrins); tooth-gingiva interaction; biochemistry of calcium channels; modulators of oral and gastric epithelial secretory responses; apoptosis, signal transduction; endothelins, cPLA2, nitric oxide synthase; NSAID and gastric and oral mucosal wound healing; biochemical pharmacology of mucosal inflammatory responses.