Patrick Mcphail Martin

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentBiology

Phone336-285-3096

Emailpmmartin@ncat.edu

OfficeSmith Hall
Room: 2002

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Patrick Mcphail Martin

Education

Ph D: Cell Biology, University of Virginia, 2003

BS: Biology, Virginia Union University, 1997


Research Interests

brain and breast tumor research, cancer health disparities, research training education


Recent Publications

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).

Sandhaus,  S  Taylor,  R  Edwards,  T  Huddleston,  A  Wooten,  Y  Venkatraman,  R  Weber,  R  González-Sarrías,  A  Martin,  Patrick  Cagle,  P  Tse-Dinh,  Y  Beebe,  S  Seeram,  N  Holder,  A  ( 2016).  A novel copper(II) complex identified as a potent drug against colorectal and breast cancer cells and as a poison inhibitor for human topoisomerase IIα..  ( 64,  pp. 45-49).   Inorganic chemistry communications.

Williams,  Jennie  Lewis-Alleyne,  Lesley  Solomon,  Melinda   Nguyen,  Long   Johnson,  Robert   Vital ,  Jennifer  Ji,  Ping   Durrant,  John   Cooper,  Camille   Cagle,  Patrice  Martin,  Patrick  VanDerveer,  Don  Jarrett,  William   Holder,  Alvin   ( 2016).  An in vitro study on the effect of synthesized tin(IV) complexes on glioblastoma, colorectal and skin cancer cell lines..  ( 1,  1,  pp. 7-15).

Mahdavian,  E  Marshall,  M  Martin,  Patrick  Cagle,  P  Salvatore,  B  Quick,  Q  ( 2014).  Caspase-dependent signaling underlies glioblastoma cell death in response to the fungal metabolite, fusarochromanone..  ( 3,  34,  pp. 880-5).   International journal of molecular medicine.

Martin,  Patrick  ( 2014).  contributing author.    Molecular Medicine Reports.

González,  I  Martin,  Patrick  Burdsal,  C  Sloan,  J  Mager,  S  Harris,  T  Sutherland,  A  ( 2012).  Leucine and arginine regulate trophoblast motility through mTOR-dependent and independent pathways in the preimplantation mouse embryo..  ( 2,  361,  pp. 286-300).   Developmental biology.

Uht,  R  Amos,  S  Martin,  Patrick  Riggan,  A  Hussaini,  I  ( 2007).  The protein kinase C-eta isoform induces proliferation in glioblastoma cell lines through an ERK/Elk-1 pathway..  ( 20,  26,  pp. 2885-93).   Oncogene.

Martin,  Patrick  Aeder,  S  Chrestensen,  C  Sturgill,  T  Hussaini,  I  ( 2007).  Phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate and serum synergize to promote rapamycin-insensitive cell proliferation via protein kinase C-eta..  ( 3,  26,  pp. 407-14).   Oncogene.

Martin,  Patrick  Hussaini,  I  ( 2005).  PKC eta as a therapeutic target in glioblastoma multiforme..  ( 2,  9,  pp. 299-313).   Expert opinion on therapeutic targets.

Amos,  S  Martin,  Patrick  Polar,  G  Parsons,  S  Hussaini,  I  ( 2005).  Phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate induces epidermal growth factor receptor transactivation via protein kinase Cdelta/c-Src pathways in glioblastoma cells..  ( 9,  280,  pp. 7729-38).   The Journal of biological chemistry.

Aeder,  S  Martin,  Patrick  Soh,  J  Hussaini,  I  ( 2004).  PKC-eta mediates glioblastoma cell proliferation through the Akt and mTOR signaling pathways..  ( 56,  23,  pp. 9062-9).   Oncogene.

Martin,  Patrick  Sutherland,  A  Van Winkle,  L  ( 2003).  Amino acid transport regulates blastocyst implantation..  ( 4,  69,  pp. 1101-8).   Biology of reproduction.

Martin,  Patrick  Sutherland,  A  ( 2001).  Exogenous amino acids regulate trophectoderm differentiation in the mouse blastocyst through an mTOR-dependent pathway..  ( 1,  240,  pp. 182-93).   Developmental biology.