Andreas Vogt

Andreas Vogt, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Hamburg
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Contact
10047 Biomedical Science Tower 3
3501 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15260
Phone: (412) 383-5856
E-mail: avogt@pitt.edu
Website: www.upddi.pitt.edu/index.php?page=faculty#Vogt
Research Summary

One of my current research interests is the expansion of HCS into multicellular organisms. It is becoming increasingly clear that better models of the in vivo milieu are needed to improve the discovery of new drug candidates. Zebrafish, C. elegans, and Drosophila in particular provide unique opportunities to discover novel potential therapeutics using functional assays in a living animal as a complement to cellular and tissue model approaches. Together with members in the Departments of Neurology and Developmental Biology I have established methodology for zebrafish chemical screening, generated automated image analysis tools for quantification of reporter gene expression, and automated neurobehavioral assays in multiwell plate formats. Currently active zebrafish discovery projects include fibroblast growth factor signaling, angiogenesis, kidney progenitor cell expansion, early safety assessment, and neurodegenerative diseases.

Recent Publications
Kaltenmeier CT, Vollmer LL, Vernetti LA, Caprio L, Davis K, Korotchenko VN, Day BW, Tsang M, Hulkower KI, Lotze MT, Vogt A (2017) A tumor cell-selective inhibitor of mitogen-activated protein kinase phosphatases sensitizes breast cancer cells to lymphokine-activated killer cell activity. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 361(1): 39-50

Colombo R, Wnag Z, Han J, Balachandran R, Daghestani HN, Camarco DP, Vogt A, Day BW, Mendel D, Wipf P (2016) Total Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Tubulysin Analogs J Org Chem. 81(21): 10302-10320

Gao Y, Liu Y, Hong L, Yang Z, Cai X, Chen X, Fu Y, Lin Y, Wen W, Li S, Liu X, Huang H, Vogt A, Liu P, Yin XM, Li M (2016) Golgi-associated LC3 lipidation requires V-ATPase in noncanonical autophagy Cell Death Dis. 7(8): e2330

Grants
Project title Proj Start Date Proj End Date Funding Source
Small Molecule Screens to Identify Probe Sets for the Study of Repair and Regeneration 07/01/2012 06/30/2017 NIH R01
Determining Mechanisms of Disease Progression using Quantitative Systems Pharmacology (QSP) 01/01/2015 12/31/2018 PA Dept of Health