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Stefano Zanotti, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Academic Office Location:
Orthopaedic Surgery
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-5456
Website(s):

New England Musculoskeletal Institute

Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
M.S.University of GenoaBiological Sciences
Ph.D.University of BariCellular Sciences and Technologies

Post-Graduate Training
TrainingInstitutionSpecialty
PostdoctoralSaint Francis Hospital and Medical CenterDepartment of Research

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
John Haddad Young Investigator AwardAmerican Society for Bone and Mineral Research
Trainee Presentation Award4th New York Skeletal Biology and Medicine
Fellowship AwardArthritis Foundation
Young Investigator Travel Grant AwardAmerican Society for Bone and Mineral Research
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
American Society for Bone and Mineral ResearchProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMembershipExternalNational
American College of RheumatologyProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMembershipExternalNational

Journal Articles

Reviews

Short Surveys

Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Suppression of NOTCH Signaling Prevents Degeneration of Human Cartilage In VitroLectureACR/AF Rheumatology Research Workshop2014Seattle, WA
Notch Suppresses Nuclear Factor of Activated T-Cells in ChondrocytesLecture2012Aspen, CO
Notch and Nuclear Factor of Activated T-Cells (Nfat) Impair Chondrocyte DifferentiationLectureACR/AF Rheumatology Research Workshop2012Denver, CO
Reciprocal Suppression of Notch and Nuclear Factor of Activated T-Cells (NFAT)c1 Transactivation in Primary Murine Calvarial OsteoblastsLecture4th New York Skeletal Biology Conference2011New York, NY
Reciprocal Suppression of Notch and Nuclear Factor of Activated T-Cells (NFAT)c1 Transactivation in Primary Murine Calvarial OsteoblastsLecture4th New York Skeletal Biology Conference2011New York, NY
Transactivation in Primary Epiphyseal Chondrocytes In VitroLectureACR/AF Rheumatology Research Workshop2011Miami, FL
Notch Inhibits Nuclear Factor of Activated TCells (NFAT) Transactivation in Primary Epiphyseal Chondrocytes In Vitro, Nuclear Factor of Activated T-Cells (NFAT)c2 Inhibits Notch Canonical SignalingLectureAnnual ASBMR Meeting2011San Diego, CA
Inflammatory Targets in Key Developmental Signals of OsteoblastsLectureInflammatory Bowel Diseases Workshop2011New York, NY
Inhibits Osteoblastic Function and Causes Osteopenia In VivoLectureAnnual ASBMR Meeting2009Denver, CO
Notch and Wnt Interactions in Osteoblast DifferentiationLecture3rd Meeting on Skeletal Endocrinology2009Brescia, Italy
Notch Inhibits Nuclear Factor of Activated T-Cells (NFAT) Transactivation in Osteoblast CulturesLectureAnnual ASBMR Meeting2008Montreal, QC