Lin Chen, PhD

Research Assistant Professor

chenlin@uic.edu
UICollaboratory Profile

Research Interests

Dr. Chen's research interests are: angiogenesis and innate immunity including interactions between inflammatory cells, keratinocytes and extra-cellular matrix with fibroblasts in cutaneous and mucosal wound healing.

Publications

Ranzer M.J., Chen L., and DiPietro L.A. Fibroblast function and wound breaking strength are impaired by acute ethanol intoxication. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2011, 35:83-90.

Reichle ME, Chen L, Lin SX, and Lawrence S. Chan LS. The Th2 systemic immune milieu enhances cutaneous inflammation in the K14-IL-4-transgenic atopic dermatitis model. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, 2011; 131:791-794.

Wietecha M.S., Chen L., Ranzer M.J., Anderson K, Ying C, Patel T., and DiPietro L.D. Sprouty2 down-regulates angiogenesis during mouse skin wound healing. American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 2011, 300:H459-H467.

Chen L, Zarema H. Arbieva, Phillip T. Marucha, Thomas A. Mustoe, and Luisa A. DiPietro. Positional differences in the wound transcriptome of skin and oral mucosa. BMC Genomics, 2010, 11:471.

Chen L., Lin SX., Amin S., Overbergh L., Maggiolino G., Chan L.S. VCAM-1 blockade delays disease onset, reduces disease severity and inflammatory cells in an atopic dermatitis model. Immunology & Cell Biology, 2010, 88, 334-342.

Dr. Lin Chen

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