Christopher K. Rodesch, PhD
- Microscopy, Confocal
- Microscopy, Fluorescence
- Departments: Neurobiology & Anatomy - Adjunct Associate Professor
Academic Office Information
30 N 2030 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Chris Rodesch, PhD, is the director of the Health Sciences Fluorescence Microscopy Shared Resource, an investigator of the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), and an Adjunct Associate Professor in the department of Neurobiology and Anatomy.
Dr. Rodesch provides expertise and equipment necessary to facilitate the use of microscopy in research. The Fluorescence Microscopy (FM) Shared Resource serves members of the HCI laboratory-based scientific Programs (Nuclear Control of Cell Growth and Differentiation, Cell Response and Regulation, and Experimental Therapeutics), enabling them to visualize morphology and behavior, as well as subcellular distribution of molecules, in both normal and cancer cells. The FM Shared Resource enables studies of gene expression, apoptosis, and cell division, allowing enhanced characterization of tumor growth and morphology.
Rodesch received a BS from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, earned his PhD from the University of Iowa, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Utah, where he studied synaptic vesicle dynamics using confocal imaging.
|Postdoctoral Training||University of Utah
|Doctoral Training||University of Iowa
|Undergraduate||University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
- Chen LL, Chen X, Choi H, Sang H, Chen LC, Zhang H, Gouw L, Andtbacka RH, Chan BK, Rodesch CK, Jimenez A, Cano P, Jones KA, Oyedeji CO, Martins T, Hill HR, Schumacher J, Willmore C, Scaife CL, Ward JH, Morton K, Randall RL, Lazar AJ, Patel S, Trent JC, Frazier ML, Lin P, Jensen P, Benjamin RS (2012). Exploiting antitumor immunity to overcome relapse and improve remission duration. Cancer Immunol Immunother, 61(7), 1113-24.
- Zhang H, Limphong P, Pieper J, Liu Q, Rodesch CK, Christians E, Benjamin IJ (2012). Glutathione-dependent reductive stress triggers mitochondrial oxidation and cytotoxicity. FASEB J, 26(4), 1442-51.
- Mackay DR, Ullman KS, Rodesch CK (2010). Time-lapse imaging of mitosis after siRNA transfection.LID - 10.3791/1878 [doi]LID - 1878 [pii]. J Vis Exp, (40).
- Yost CC, Cody MJ, Harris ES, Thornton NL, McInturff AM, Martinez ML, Chandler NB, Rodesch CK, Albertine KH, Petti CA, Weyrich AS, Zimmerman GA (2009). Impaired neutrophil extracellular trap (NET) formation: a novel innate immune deficiency of human neonates. Blood, 113(25), 6419-27.
- Yamada S, Zhang XQ, Kadono T, Matsuoka N, Rollins D, Badger T, Rodesch CK, Barry WH (2009). Direct toxic effects of aqueous extract of cigarette smoke on cardiac myocytes at clinically relevant concentrations. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 236(1), 71-7.