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Ihor YosypivIhor V. Yosypiv, M.D.
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Section of Pediatric Nephrology
Tulane Cancer Center Associate Member

Contact Information
Email: iiosipi@tulane.edu
Phone: 504-988-1026
1430 Tulane Ave, SL-37, New Orleans, LA 70112-2699

Biographical Information
Dr. Yosypiv received his M.D. in Pediatrics from the Medical University of Lviv, Ukraine in 1984. He was a research fellow with Dr. Samir El-Dahr at Tulane in 1992-1996 and was then a Research Instructor at Tulane Pediatrics. In 1997-2000 he completed Residency training in Pediatrics and is currently a Fellow in Pediatric Nephrology at Tulane. The primary theme of Dr. Yosypiv's research is elucidation of the role of the kallikrein-kinin and renin-angiotensin systems in kidney developmental growth and hypertension. Ongoing studies are being conducted on the cross-talk of the above systems in renal development.

Recent Publications
Yosypiv IV, S. Dipp S, El-Dahr SS. (1994) Ontogeny of somatic angiotensin-converting enzyme. Hypertension 23: 369-374.

Yosypiv IV, El-Dahr SS. (1995) Developmental regulation of ACE gene expression by endogenous kinins and angiotensin II. Am J Physiol 269: F172-179.

Yosypiv IV, El-Dahr SS. (1996) Activation of angiotensin-generating systems in the developing rat kidney. Hypertension 27: 281-286.

Yosypiv IV, S. Dipp, El-Dahr SS. (1997) Role fo bradykinin B2 receptor in neonatal kidney growth. J Am Soc Nephrol 8: 920-928.

Yosypiv IV, El-Dahr SS. (1998) Developmental biology of angiotensin-convertingenzyme. Ped Neph 12: 72-79.

El-Dahr SS., Harison L, Dipp S, Yosypiv IV, Meleg-Smith S. (200) Bradykinin B2 null mice are prone to renal dysplasia: gene-environment interactions in kidney development. Physiol Genomics 3: 121-131.

 

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