David M. Weinstock
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
United States of America
Dr. Weinstock received his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine in 1997. He subsequently completed his residency in Internal Medicine at New York Hospital/Cornell, and his fellowship in Medical Oncology and Infectious Diseases at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. He joined the staff of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital in 2008, where he is a medical oncologist and laboratory investigator in Hematologic Neoplasia. His research focuses on the relationship between DNA repair and the development of hematologic neoplasms.
Stem cell transplantation
Day TA, Layer JV, Cleary JP, Guha S, Stevenson KE, Tivey T, Kim S, Schinzel AC, Izzo F, Doench J, Root DE, Hahn WC, Price BD, Weinstock DM. PARP3 is a promoter of chromosomal rearrangements and limits G4 DNA. Nat Commun 2017
Giwa S, Lewis JK, Alvarez L, Langer R, Roth AE, Church GM, Markmann JF, Sachs DH, Chandraker A, Wertheim JA, Rothblatt M, Boyden ES, Eidbo E, Lee WPA, Pomahac B, Brandacher G, Weinstock DM, Elliott G, Nelson D, Acker JP, Uygun K, Schmalz B, Weegman BP, Tocchio A, Fahy GM, Storey KB, Rubinsky B, Bischof J, Elliott JAW, Woodruff TK, Morris GJ, Demirci U, Brockbank KGM, Woods EJ, Ben RN, Baust JG, Gao D, Fuller B, Rabin Y, Kravitz DC, Taylor MJ, Toner M. The promise of organ and tissue preservation to transform medicine. Nat Biotechnol 2017
Rolland DCM, Basrur V, Jeon YK, McNeil-Schwalm C, Fermin D, Conlon KP, Zhou Y, Ng SY, Tsou CC, Brown NA, Thomas DG, Bailey NG, Omenn GS, Nesvizhskii AI, Root DE, Weinstock DM, Faryabi RB, Lim MS, Elenitoba-Johnson KSJ. Functional proteogenomics reveals biomarkers and therapeutic targets in lymphomas. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2017