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Dr. Gjumrakch Aliev

University of Atlanta, USA


Email: GAliev@uofa.edu


Qualifications

2009 Professor, University of Atlanta, USA

2006-2009 Research Associate Professor, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

2006-2009 Founder and Director, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

2005 Senior Research Scientist, Stress Relief and Memory Training Center, USA


Publications Selected

  1. Aliev G.,*Hirai K., Nunomura A., Russell R., Atwood C.S., Johnson A.B., Kress Y., Vinters H.V.,Tabaton M., Cash A.D., Siedlak S.L., Harris P.L.R., Jones P.K., Peterson R.B., Perry G., and Smith M.A. Mitochondrial abnormalities in Alzheimer’s disease. The Journal of Neuroscience 2001:21(9):3017-3023. *Equal Contribution.
  2. Perry G, Nunomura A, Avila J., Perez M., Rottkamp C.A., Atwood C.S., Zhu X., Aliev G, Cash A., and Smith M.A. Oxidative Damage and Antioxidant Responses in Alzheimer’s Disease. In: Alzheimer’s Disease: Advances in Etiology, Pathogenesis and therapeutics. (Eds. Iqbal K., Sisodia S.S., & Winblad B.). 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Chapter 34; 371-378.
  3. Shimohama S, Chiba S, Atwood CS, Petersen RB, Smith MA. Oxidative damage is the earliest event in Alzheimer disease. J. Neuropathology and Exper. Neurology. 2001 60(8):759-67.
  4. Perry G, Nunomura A, Siedlak S.L., Harris P.L.R., Zhu X., Castellani R.J., Aliev G., and Smith MA. Oxidant and antioxidant responses in Alzheimer disease. Recent Research Development Biophys. Biochem. 2001 (1):35-41, ISBN; 81-7736-057-4.
  5. Aliev G., Smith M.A., Seyidova D., Neal M.V., Lamb B.T., Nunomura A., Gasimov E.K., Vinters H.V., Perry G., LaManna J.C., and Friedland R.P. The role of oxidative stress in the pathophysiology of cerebrovascular lesions in AD. Brain Pathology, 2002 12(1) 21-35.
  6. Shi J., Perry G., Berridge M.S., Aliev G., Smith M. A., LaManna J. C., and Friedland R. P.. Labeling of cerebral amyloid ß deposits in vivo using nasally administrated basic fibroblast growth factor and serum amyloid P component. The Journal of Nuclear Medicine. 2002, 43(8):1044-1051.
  7. Perry G., Nunomura A., Cash A.D., Taddeo M.A., Hirai K., Aliev G., Avila J., Wataya T., Shimohama S., Atwood C.S., and Smith M.A. Reactive oxygen: its sources and significance in Alzheimer’s disease. J. Neural Transmission 2002, 62:69-75.
  8. Perry G, Nunomura A, Hirai K, Zhu X, Prez M, Avila J, Castellani RJ, Atwood CS, Aliev G, Sayre LM, Takeda A, Smith MA. Is oxidative damage the fundamental pathogenic mechanism of Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases? Free Radic Biol Med. 2002 Dec 1; 33(11):1475-9.
  9. Aliev G., Seyidova D., Lamb B.T., Neal M.L., Siedlak S.L., Vinters H., LaManna J.C., Friedland R.P., Head E., Perry G., and Cotman C.W. Atherosclerotic lesions and Mitochondria DNA Deletions in Brain Microvessels as a Central Target for the Development of Human AD and AD-like Pathology in a Aged YAC AßPP transgenic mice. Ann. NY Acad. Sci., 2002 Vol. 977: 45-64.
  10. Castellani R.J., Hirai K, Aliev G., Drew K.L., Nunomura A., Takeda A., Cash A.D., Obrenovich M.E., Perry G., Smith M.A. The role of mitochondrial dysfunction in Alzheimer disease. J. Neuroscience Research, 2002, 270(3):357-360.
  11. LaManna J.C., Smith M.A., and Perry G. Vascular Hypoperfusion, Mitochondria Failure and Oxidative Stress in Alzheimer Disease. Proceeding Indian National Science Academy, 2003, B69 (2):209-238.
  12. Chao M., Zhu X., Raina A.K., Aliev G., Takeda A., Nunomura A., Tabaton, Perry G., and Smith M.A. Sources Contributing to the Initiation and Propagation of Oxidative Stress in Alzheimer Disease. Proceeding Indian Natl. Sci. Academy, 2003, B69 (2)251-260.
  13. Aliev G., Seyidova D., Lamb B.T., Obrenovich M., Neal M.L., Siedlak S.L., Vinters H., Smith M.A., LaManna J.C., and Perry G. Mitochondria and vascular lesions as a central target for the development of Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease-like pathology in transgenic mice. Neurol. Res., 2003, Vol. 25, 665-674.
  14. Aliev G., Obrenovich M.E., Smith M.A. and Perry G. Hypoperfusion, Mitochondria Failure, Oxidative Stress and AD. J. Biomedicine Biotech, 2003, Vol. 3, 162-163.
  15. Aliev G., Smith M.A., Obrenovich M.E. and Perry G. Role of Vascular Hypoperfusion-Induced Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Failure in the Pathogenesis of Alzheimer Disease. Neurotoxicity Research, 2003 Vol. 5(6), 385-390.
  16. Lee HG, Petersen RB, Zhu X, Honda K, Aliev G, Smith MA, Perry G. Will preventing protein aggregates live up to its promise as prophylaxis against neurodegenerative diseases? Brain Pathol. 2003 13(4): 630-8.
  17. Perry G, Nunomura A, Raina AK, Aliev G, Siedlak SL, Harris PL, Casadesus G, Petersen RB, Bligh-Glover W, Balraj E, Petot GJ, Smith MA. A metabolic basis for Alzheimer disease. Neurochem Res. 2003, 10:1549-52.
  18. Aliev G., Smith M.A., de la Torre J., and Perry G. Atherosclerotic Lesions and Mitochondria DNA Deletions in Brain Microvessels as a Central target for the development of Human AD and AD-like Pathology in Aged Transgenic Mice. International Proceeding of the Third International Congress on VASCULAR DEMENTIA, October 23-26, 2003). MONDUZZI EDITORE, BOLOGNA, ITALY, V. ISBN 88- 323-3163-2, PP. 9-20.
  19. Perry G., Raina A.K., Nunomura A., Lee H-G., Zhu X, Liu Q., Perez M., Cash A.D., Avila J., Castellani R.J., Atwood C.S., Aliev G., Takeda A. and Smith M.A. Oxidative Stress and the Pathogenic Mechanism of Alzheimer Disease. In: Alzheimer’s disease and Related Disorders: Research Advances (Eds., by K. Iqbal and B. Winblad). [Ana Aslan Intl. Acad. Of Aging, Bucharest, Romania] 2003, PP. 425-432.