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research overview Diffuse midline gliomas (DMGs) are the most aggressive pediatric high-grade gliomas and are the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children. At present, there are no effective therapies for DMGs tumors, and over 90% of patients die within 1.5 years of diagnosis. In his lab, Dr. Yadav is leading efforts to understand genetic and epigenetic dependencies and signaling pathways that arise as a consequence of the H3K27M mutation in DMG. His lab performs pre-clinical studies using a novel in utero electroporation (IUE)-derived genetically engineered mouse model to identify promising candidates that can be targeted as therapy for the treatment of DMG. 1-Identifying genomic and epigenetic drivers of pediatric brain tumors with specific genetic alterations (H3K27M or H3G34R/V) using next-generation sequencing and a novel in utero electroporation (IUE) genetically engineered mouse model. 2-Developing more effective treatments by dissecting the resistance mechanisms of pediatric brain tumors using genome-wide CRISPR-based genetic screens.

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Academic Article Therapeutic targeting of prenatal pontine ID1 signaling in diffuse midline glioma.
Academic Article Everolimus improves the efficacy of dasatinib in PDGFRa-driven glioma.
Academic Article Integrated Metabolic and Epigenomic Reprograming by H3K27M Mutations in Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gliomas.
Academic Article Epigenetically defined therapeutic targeting in H3.3G34R/V high-grade gliomas.
Academic Article ATRX loss in glioma results in dysregulation of cell-cycle phase transition and ATM inhibitor radio-sensitization.
Academic Article Molecular ablation of tumor blood vessels inhibits therapeutic effects of radiation and bevacizumab.
Academic Article CXCR4 increases in-vivo glioma perivascular invasion, and reduces radiation induced apoptosis: A genetic knockdown study.
Academic Article Survival and Proliferation of Neural Progenitor-Derived Glioblastomas Under Hypoxic Stress is Controlled by a CXCL12/CXCR4 Autocrine-Positive Feedback Mechanism.
Academic Article Ndfip1 regulates itch ligase activity and airway inflammation via UbcH7.
Academic Article Mechanisms of glioma formation: iterative perivascular glioma growth and invasion leads to tumor progression, VEGF-independent vascularization, and resistance to antiangiogenic therapy.
Academic Article Natural killer cells eradicate galectin-1-deficient glioma in the absence of adaptive immunity.

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