Sihem Boudina, PhD

Academic Information

  • Departments: Biochemistry - Adjunct Associate Professor, Internal Medicine - Adjunct Associate Professor, Nutrition and Integrative Physiology - Associate Professor, Surgery - Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Divisions: Cardiothoracic Surgery, Endocrinology and Metabolism

Academic Bio

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Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Pires KM, Torres NS, Buffolo M, Gunville R, Schaaf C, Davis K, Selzman CH, Gottlieb RA, Boudina S (2019). Suppression of Cardiac Autophagy by Hyperinsulinemia in Insulin Receptor-Deficient Hearts Is Mediated by Insulin-Like Growth Factor Receptor Signaling. (Epub ahead of print) Antioxid Redox Signal.
  2. Paula GS, Wilieman M, Silva KR, Baptista L, Boudina S, Souza LL, Bento-Bernardes T, Asensi K, Goldenberg RCDS, Pazos-Moura CC (2019). Neuromedin B receptor disruption impairs adipogenesis in mice and 3T3-L1 cells. (Epub ahead of print) J Mol Endocrinol.
  3. Runtsch MC, Nelson MC, Lee SH, Voth W, Alexander M, Hu R, Wallace J, Petersen C, Panic V, Villanueva CJ, Evason KJ, Bauer KM, Mosbruger T, Boudina S, Bronner M, Round JL, Drummond MJ, OConnell RM (2019). Anti-inflammatory microRNA-146a protects mice from diet-induced metabolic disease. PLoS Genet, 15(2), e1007970.
  4. Park SK, La Salle DT, Cerbie J, Cho JM, Bledsoe A, Nelson A, Morgan DE, Richardson RS, Shiu YT, Boudina S, Trinity JD, Symons JD (2018). Elevated arterial shear rate increases indexes of endothelial cell autophagy and nitric oxide synthase activation in humans. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 316(1), H106-H112.
  5. Park SK, La Salle DT, Cerbie J, Cho JM, Bledsoe A, Nelson A, Morgan DE, Richardson RS, Shiu YT, Boudina S, Trinity JD, Symons JD (2018). Elevated arterial shear rate increases indexes of endothelial cell autophagy and nitric oxide synthase activation in humans. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol, 316(1), H106-H112.
  6. Cai J, Pires KM, Ferhat M, Chaurasia B, Buffolo MA, Smalling R, Sargsyan A, Atkinson DL, Summers SA, Graham TE, Boudina S (2017). Autophagy Ablation in Adipocytes Induces Insulin Resistance and Reveals Roles for Lipid Peroxide and Nrf2 Signaling in Adipose-Liver Crosstalk. Cell Rep, 25(7), 1708-1717.e5.