Christina H. Stuelten, M.D., Ph.D.
Staff Scientist

Center for Cancer Research
National Cancer Institute

Building 37, Room 2056
Bethesda, MD 20892-4254
301-496-0693

Dr. Stuelten obtained her PhD and her MD at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. After clinical training in surgery and laboratory medicine, Dr. Stuelten joined the in the Laboratory of Cell Regulation National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, as a postdoctoral fellow. She then continued her research on the role of TGF-beta in tumor-stroma interactions and cell differentiation in the Cell and Cancer Biology Branch. In 2011 Dr. Stuelten joined the Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology as a staff scientist where she currently works on the regulation of cell migration and metastasis.

Areas of Expertise
cell migration, metastasis
Selected Publications
  1. Fleming JM, Miller TC, Kidacki M, Ginsburg E, Stuelten CH, Stewart DA, Troester MA, Vonderhaar BK.
    Breast Cancer Res.. 14: R97, 2012. [ Journal Article ]
  2. Yadav H, Quijano C, Kamaraju AK, Gavrilova O, Malek R, Chen W, Zerfas P, Zhigang D, Wright EC, Stuelten C, Sun P, Lonning S, Skarulis M, Sumner AE, Finkel T, Rane SG.
    Cell Metab.. 14: 67-79, 2011. [ Journal Article ]
  3. Weiger MC, Vedham V, Stuelten CH, Shou K, Herrera M, Sato M, Losert W, Parent CA.
    PLoS ONE. 8: e58859, 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  4. Stuelten CH, Cervoni-Curet FN, Busch JI, Sutton E, Webster JD, Kavalukas SL, Wakefield LM, Barbul A, Niederhuber JE.
    PLoS ONE. 8: e60919, 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  5. Kohn EA, Yang YA, Du Z, Nagano Y, Van Schyndle CM, Herrmann MA, Heldman M, Chen JQ, Stuelten CH, Flanders KC, Wakefield LM.
    Mol. Cancer Res.. 10: 1389-99, 2012. [ Journal Article ]

Dr. Stuelten obtained her PhD and her MD at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. After clinical training in surgery and laboratory medicine, Dr. Stuelten joined the in the Laboratory of Cell Regulation National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, as a postdoctoral fellow. She then continued her research on the role of TGF-beta in tumor-stroma interactions and cell differentiation in the Cell and Cancer Biology Branch. In 2011 Dr. Stuelten joined the Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology as a staff scientist where she currently works on the regulation of cell migration and metastasis.

Summary

Dr. Stuelten obtained her PhD and her MD at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. After clinical training in surgery and laboratory medicine, Dr. Stuelten joined the in the Laboratory of Cell Regulation National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, as a postdoctoral fellow. She then continued her research on the role of TGF-beta in tumor-stroma interactions and cell differentiation in the Cell and Cancer Biology Branch. In 2011 Dr. Stuelten joined the Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology as a staff scientist where she currently works on the regulation of cell migration and metastasis.

Areas of Expertise
cell migration, metastasis

Publications

Selected Publications
  1. Fleming JM, Miller TC, Kidacki M, Ginsburg E, Stuelten CH, Stewart DA, Troester MA, Vonderhaar BK.
    Breast Cancer Res.. 14: R97, 2012. [ Journal Article ]
  2. Yadav H, Quijano C, Kamaraju AK, Gavrilova O, Malek R, Chen W, Zerfas P, Zhigang D, Wright EC, Stuelten C, Sun P, Lonning S, Skarulis M, Sumner AE, Finkel T, Rane SG.
    Cell Metab.. 14: 67-79, 2011. [ Journal Article ]
  3. Weiger MC, Vedham V, Stuelten CH, Shou K, Herrera M, Sato M, Losert W, Parent CA.
    PLoS ONE. 8: e58859, 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  4. Stuelten CH, Cervoni-Curet FN, Busch JI, Sutton E, Webster JD, Kavalukas SL, Wakefield LM, Barbul A, Niederhuber JE.
    PLoS ONE. 8: e60919, 2013. [ Journal Article ]
  5. Kohn EA, Yang YA, Du Z, Nagano Y, Van Schyndle CM, Herrmann MA, Heldman M, Chen JQ, Stuelten CH, Flanders KC, Wakefield LM.
    Mol. Cancer Res.. 10: 1389-99, 2012. [ Journal Article ]

Biography

Dr. Stuelten obtained her PhD and her MD at the University of Tuebingen, Germany. After clinical training in surgery and laboratory medicine, Dr. Stuelten joined the in the Laboratory of Cell Regulation National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, as a postdoctoral fellow. She then continued her research on the role of TGF-beta in tumor-stroma interactions and cell differentiation in the Cell and Cancer Biology Branch. In 2011 Dr. Stuelten joined the Laboratory of Cellular and Molecular Biology as a staff scientist where she currently works on the regulation of cell migration and metastasis.