1100923930 - R. Creton, October 2009 CURRICULUM VITAE 1....

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R. Creton, October 2009 1 CURRICULUM VITAE 1. NAME, POSITION, ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT Robbert Creton Assistant Professor of Medical Science (Research) Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry 2. ADDRESS Brown University Box G-L127 185 Meeting Street Providence, RI 02912 Phone: (401) 863-9646 (phone) Fax: (401) 863-1941 (fax) Email: Robbert_Creton@brown.edu 3. EDUCATION Degree Year Field of study University of Utrecht, Netherlands B.S. 1990 Biology University of Utrecht, Netherlands Ph.D. 1994 Embryology Ph.D. thesis: “Ionic currents in embryonic development” Post Graduate Training Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole Post-Doc 1995-99 Embryology 4. PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS 1999 - 2002 Investigator Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Women and Infants Hospital of Rhode Island 2002 - present Assistant Professor of Medical Science (Research) Brown University Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry 2002 - present Director, Leduc Bioimaging Facility Brown University Division of Biology and Medicine
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R. Creton, October 2009 2 5. PUBLICATIONS 1) Zivkovic D, Creton R , Zwaan G, de Bruijn WC and Dohmen R (1990). Polar localization of plasmamembrane Ca 2+ /Mg 2+ ATPase correlates with the pattern of steady ionic currents in eggs of Lymnaea stagnalis and Bithynia tentaculata (Mollusca). Roux’s Arch. Dev. Biol. 199: 134-145. 2) Zivkovic D, Creton R and Dohmen R (1991). Cell cycle related fluctuations in transcellular ionic currents and plasmamembrane Ca 2+ /Mg 2+ ATPase activity during early cleavages of Lymnaea stagnalis embryos. Roux’s Arch. Dev. Biol. 200: 120-131. 3) Zivkovic D, Creton R , Zwaan G and Dohmen R (1991). Localized activity of Ca 2+ - stimulated ATPase and transcellular ionic currents during mesoderm induction in embryos of Lymnaea stagnalis . Roux’s Arch. Dev. Biol. 200: 320-329. 4) Creton R , Zivkovic D, Speksnijder JE and Dohmen MR (1992). Manipulation of cytokinesis affects polar ionic current around the egg of Lymnaea stagnalis . Roux’s Arch. Dev. Biol. 201: 346-353. 5) Creton R , Zivkovic D, Zwaan G, and Dohmen R (1993). Polar ionic currents around embryos of Lymnaea stagnalis during gastrulation and organogenesis. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 37: 425- 431. 6) Creton R , Zwaan G and Dohmen R (1993). Specific developmental defects in molluscs after treatment with retinoic acid during gastrulation. Develop. Growth & Differ. 35: 357-364. 7) Creton R , Zwaan G and Dohmen R (1994). Retinoic acid modulates the pattern of cell division in embryos of Lymnaea stagnalis (Mollusca). Roux’s Arch. Dev. Biol. 204: 70- 74. 8) Creton R , Zwaan G and Dohmen R (1994). High pH prevents retinoic acid-induced teratogenesis. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 39: 409-414. 9)
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