Checo James Rorie

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentBiology

Phone336-285-2188

Emailcjrorie@ncat.edu

OfficeHines Hall
Room: 300A

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Checo James Rorie

Education

Other: SPIRE/Radiation Oncology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008

Other: Biochemistry/Cancer Research, New York University, 2005

Ph D: Toxicology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004

BS: Biology, Clark Atlanta University, 1998


Research Interests

Cancer Cell Biology; Triple Negative Breast Cancer


Recent Publications

Mehari,  Tsdale  Rorie,  Checo  Godfrey,  Sherette  Minor,  Radiah  Fakayode,  Sayo  ( 2017).  Influence of Arsenic (III), Cadmium (II), Chromium (VI), Mercury (II), and Lead (II) Ions on Human Triple Negative Breast Cancer (HCC1806) Cell Cytotoxicity and Cell Viability .  ( 1,  7,  pp. 1-17).   Journal of Chemical Health Risks.

Baines,  Antonio   Martin,  Patrick   Rorie,  Checo  ( 2016).  Current and Emerging Targeting Strategies for Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer.  In Kevin Pruitt,  Molecular and Cellular Changes in the Cancer Cell  ( 144,  pp. 277-320).

Rorie,  Checo  White,  Catherine  ( 2016).  BIOLOGY ORIENTATION: A Guide to Success as a Biology Major.  ( 1,  1,  pp. 150).   Kendall Hunt.

Stallings,  Veronic  Gurley,  Kashenya  Rorie,  Checo  ( 2015).  Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cell Lines with TP53 Mutations are Able to Undergo Cell Death.  ( 9,  4,  pp. 1024–1028).   International Journal of Science and Research.

Godfrey,  Sherette  Moses,  Malcolm  Rorie,  Checo  ( 2015).  Cancer Associated MicroRNAs are Differentially Expressed in Triple Negative Breast Cancer and Normal Breast Cells.  ( 9,  4,  pp. 73–78).   International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR).

Godfrey,  Sherette  Gurley,  Kashenya  Moses,  Malcolm  Arrington,  Brianna  Rorie,  Checo  ( 2015).  Microarray analysis reveal differential expression of microRNAs in triple negative breast cancer and normal breast cells.  ( 4,  5,  ).   International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP).

Saxena,  A  Rorie,  Checo  Dimitrova,  D  Daniely,  Y  Borowiec,  JA  ( 2006).  Nucleolin inhibits Hdm2 by multiple pathways leading to p53 stabilization.  ( 55,  25,  pp. 7274–7288).   Oncogene.

Rorie,  Checo  Thomas,  Venetia  Chen,  Pengchin  Pierce,  Heather  O’Bryan,  John  Weissman,  Bernard  ( 2004).  Molecular Biology, Pathobiology, and Genetics-The Ews/Fli-1 Fusion Gene Switches the Differentiation Program of Neuroblastomas to Ewing Sarcoma/Peripheral Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumors..  ( 4,  64,  pp. 1266–1277).   Cancer Research.

Rorie,  Checo  Thomas,  Venetia  Chen,  Pengchin  Pierce,  Heather  O’Bryan,  John  Weissman,  Bernard  ( 2004).  The Ews/Fli-1 fusion gene switches the differentiation program of neuroblastomas to Ewing sarcoma/peripheral primitive neuroectodermal tumors.  ( 4,  64,  pp. 1266–1277).   Cancer research.

Rorie,  Checo  Weissman,  BE  ( 2004).  Ews/Fli-1 Chimeric Oncogene: Role in Neuronal Differentiation and Abrogation of p53. 

Cristofaro,  Marc  Betz,  Bryan  Rorie,  Checo  Reisman,  David  Wang,  Weidong  Weissman,  Bernard  ( 2001).  Characterization of SWI/SNF protein expression in human breast cancer cell lines and other malignancies.  ( 1,  186,  pp. 136–145).   Journal of cellular physiology.