Zoltan Oltvai, MD
|MD, Semmelweiss Medical University, Budapest|
3087 Biomedical Science Tower 3
3501 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Dr. Oltvai’s research interest is in the area of systems biology of cell metabolism, including the metabolism of prokaryotic and mammalian cells, including tumor cells.
Dr. Oltvai is a staff pathologist in the Division of Clinical Microbiology. He is also a faculty member of the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Science Graduate Program, the Medical Scientist Training Program, the Cellular and Molecular Pathology Graduate Training Program, and the Joint CMU-Pitt PhD Program in Computational Biology.
Long, Z., Quaife B, Salman, H. and Oltvai, Z.N. (2017) Cell-cell communication enhances bacterial chemotaxis toward external attractants. Sci. Rep., 7:12855
Liu, B., Oltvai, Z.N., Bayir, H., Silverman, G.A., Pak, S.C., Perlmutter, D.H. and Bahar, I. (2017) Quantitative assessment of cell fate decision between autophagy and apoptosis. Sci. Rep., 7:17605
Raghu, V., Beckwitt, C.H, Warita, K., Wells, A., Benos, P.V. and Oltvai, Z.N., (2018) Biomarker identification for statin sensitivity of cancer cell lines. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm., 495: 659-665.
Ishikawa, T., Hosaka, Y.Z., Beckwitt, C.H., Wells, A., Oltvai, Z.N. and Warita, K. (2018) Concomitant attenuation of HMG-CoA reductase expression potentiates the cancer cell growth-inhibitory effect of statins and expands their efficacy in tumor cells with epithelial characteristics. Oncotarget, 9: 29304-29315.
Singh, M., Warita, K., Warita, T., Faeder, J.R., Lee, R.E.C., Sant, S. and Oltvai, Z.N. (2018) Shift from stochastic to spatially-ordered expression of serine-glycine synthesis enzymes in 3D microtumors. Sci. Rep., 8: 9388