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Shaun Jackson, Ph.D.

Professor Adjunct
Department of Molecular Medicine
California Campus
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sjackson@scripps.edu
(858) 784-8950

Education

Ph.D., Monash University, Department of Medicine 1995
M.B.B.S., Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, Monash University 1989
B.M., Monash University 1987

Professional Experience

2009-2017 Professor Adjunct, Molecular and Experimental Medicine (MEM), The Scripps Research Institute
2008-2009 Professor, Molecular and Experimental Medicine (MEM), The Scripps Research Institute

Selected References

All Publications

Yuan, Y., Alwis, I., Wu, M. C. L., Kaplan, Z., Ashworth, K., Bark, D., Pham, A., McFadyen, J., Schoenwaelder, S. M., Josefsson, E. C., Kile, B. T., Jackson, S. P. Neutrophil macroaggregates promote widespread pulmonary thrombosis after gut ischemia. (2017). Science Translational Medicine, 9.

Kaplan, Z. S., Zarpellon, A., Alwis, I., Yuan, Y., McFadyen, J., Ghasemzadeh, M., Schoenwaelder, S. M., Ruggeri, Z. M. & Jackson, S. P. Thrombin-dependent intravascular leukocyte trafficking regulated by fibrin and the platelet receptors GPIb and PAR4. (2015). Nature Communications, 6, 7835.

Ruggeri, Z. M. Platelet thrombus formation in flowing blood. (2013). Platelets (3rd ed.). 399-423.

Ghasemzadeh, M., Kaplan, Z. S., Alwis, I., Schoenwaelder, S. M., Ashworth, K. J., Westein, E., Hosseini, E., Salem, H. H., Slattery, R., McColl, S. R., Hickey, M. J., Ruggeri, Z. M., et al. The CXCR1/2 ligand NAP-2 promotes directed intravascular leukocyte migration through platelet thrombi. (2013). Blood, 121(22), 4555-4566. PMCID: PMC3953078.

Cranmer, S. L., Ashworth, K. J., Yao, Y., Berndt, M. C., Ruggeri, Z. M., Andrews, R. K. & Jackson, S. P. High shear-dependent loss of membrane integrity and defective platelet adhesion following disruption of the GPIb alpha-filamin interaction. (2011). Blood, 117(9), 2718-2727. PMCID: PMC3317769.