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Roland Wu, MD

TitleHS Clinical Instructor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentMedicine
Address555 Mission Bay Blvd South
San Francisco CA 94158
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    University of California San FranciscoFellowshipCardiology
    University of Texas SouthwesternInternship and ResidencyInternal Medicine
    University of Texas HoustonM.D.

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    Dr. Roland Wu is a cardiologist specializing in non-invasive cardiovascular medicine and cardiovascular imaging. His research focuses on using emerging technologies in genetic editing and high-throughput sequencing to investigate cell signaling in cardiovascular disease. He graduated with a computer engineering degree at Cornell University. He conducted a research fellowship at Columbia University with Steven Marx before joining the University of California, San Francisco for his Cardiology fellowship and postdoctoral training with Dr. Shaun Coughlin at the Cardiovascular Research Institute.


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    The S1P1 receptor regulates sarcomere assembly and cardiac development
    NIH/NHLBI F32HL116194Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015
    Role: Principal Investigator
    The S1P1 receptor regulates sarcomere assembly and cardiac development
    NIH/NHLBI F32HL116194Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015
    Role: Principal Investigator
    The S1P1 receptor regulates sarcomere assembly and cardiac development
    NIH/NHLBI F32HL116194Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015
    Role: Principal Investigator
    The S1P1 receptor regulates sarcomere assembly and cardiac development
    NIH/NHLBI F32HL116194Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015
    Role: Principal Investigator
    The S1P1 receptor regulates sarcomere assembly and cardiac development
    NIH/NHLBI F32HL116194Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015
    Role: Principal Investigator
    The S1P1 receptor regulates sarcomere assembly and cardiac development
    NIH/NHLBI F32HL116194Sep 1, 2012 - Aug 31, 2015
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Zou J, Tran D, Baalbaki M, Tang LF, Poon A, Pelonero A, Titus EW, Yuan C, Shi C, Patchava S, Halper E, Garg J, Movsesyan I, Yin C, Wu R, Wilsbacher LD, Liu J, Hager RL, Coughlin SR, Jinek M, Pullinger CR, Kane JP, Hart DO, Kwok PY, Deo RC. An internal promoter underlies the difference in disease severity between N- and C-terminal truncation mutations of Titin in zebrafish. Elife. 2015; 4. PMID: 26473617.
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    2. Nilsen DW, Mehran R, Wu RS, Yu J, Nordrehaug JE, Brodie BR, Witzenbichler B, Nikolsky E, Fahy M, Stone GW. Coronary reperfusion and clinical outcomes after thrombus aspiration during primary percutaneous coronary intervention: findings from the HORIZONS-AMI trial. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv. 2013 Oct 1; 82(4):594-601. PMID: 23074151.
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    3. Niu X, Liu G, Wu RS, Chudasama N, Zakharov SI, Karlin A, Marx SO. Orientations and proximities of the extracellular ends of transmembrane helices S0 and S4 in open and closed BK potassium channels. PLoS One. 2013; 8(3):e58335. PMID: 23472181; PMCID: PMC3589268.
    4. Wu RS, Liu G, Zakharov SI, Chudasama N, Motoike H, Karlin A, Marx SO. Positions of ß2 and ß3 subunits in the large-conductance calcium- and voltage-activated BK potassium channel. J Gen Physiol. 2013 Jan; 141(1):105-17. PMID: 23277477; PMCID: PMC3536527.
    5. Wu RS, Marx SO. The BK potassium channel in the vascular smooth muscle and kidney: a- and ß-subunits. Kidney Int. 2010 Nov; 78(10):963-74. PMID: 20861815.
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    6. Liu G, Niu X, Wu RS, Chudasama N, Yao Y, Jin X, Weinberg R, Zakharov SI, Motoike H, Marx SO, Karlin A. Location of modulatory beta subunits in BK potassium channels. J Gen Physiol. 2010 May; 135(5):449-59. PMID: 20385746; PMCID: PMC2860586.
    7. Wu RS, Gupta S, Brown RN, Yancy CW, Wald JW, Kaiser P, Kirklin NM, Patel PC, Markham DW, Drazner MH, Garry DJ, Mammen PP. Clinical outcomes after cardiac transplantation in muscular dystrophy patients. J Heart Lung Transplant. 2010 Apr; 29(4):432-8. PMID: 19864165.
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    8. Wu RS, Chudasama N, Zakharov SI, Doshi D, Motoike H, Liu G, Yao Y, Niu X, Deng SX, Landry DW, Karlin A, Marx SO. Location of the beta 4 transmembrane helices in the BK potassium channel. J Neurosci. 2009 Jul 1; 29(26):8321-8. PMID: 19571123; PMCID: PMC2737688.
    9. Liu G, Zakharov SI, Yang L, Wu RS, Deng SX, Landry DW, Karlin A, Marx SO. Locations of the beta1 transmembrane helices in the BK potassium channel. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Aug 5; 105(31):10727-32. PMID: 18669652; PMCID: PMC2504814.
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