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Monika B. Gooz, MD, PhD

Monika B. Gooz, MD, PhD

Medical University of South Carolina
Division of Nephrology

96 Jonathan Lucas Street, MSD 629
Charleston, SC 29425

Phone: 843-876-2338
beckm@musc.edu

Member Since: 2008


Title

Specialty/Subspecialty

MolecularCellular

Clinical Interest(s)

Research Interest(s)

  • metalloenzymes
  • kidney fibrosis
  • malignancies
  • integrins and adhesion molecules

Current / Former SSCI Roles

About Monika B. Gooz, MD, PhD

Monika Beck Gööz, M.D., Ph.D. is an academic investigator and educator at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and manager of the Hollings Cancer Center's Cell and Molecular Imaging Facility. Dr. Gööz received her M.D. and her Ph.D. degrees from the Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary and completed postgraduate training in cell biology, proteomics and cell signaling at MUSC. Dr. Gööz research interest involves studying regulation of cellular bioenergetics in hepato-renal fibrocystic diseases and other malignancies by the disintegrin metalloenzyme ADAM17. Dr. Gööz held research awards from the German Humboldt Foundation, the Hungarian Ministry of Education. She is also the recipient of an NIH carrier development award, the American Cancer Society Research Grant and held grants from private foundations. Dr. Gööz published 32 papers, 8 bookchapters and edited a book entitled "Chronic Kidney Diseases".

Dr. Gööz is an active mentor and educator: she mentored several award-winning undergraduate and graduate students, research fellows and clinician scientist. Dr. Gööz serves as advisor at the International Center for Nephrology Research and Education, Budapest, Hungary and she is an adjunct faculty at the Science and Mathematics Department, Trident Technical College, Charleston, SC. Dr. Gööz is an editorial board member of the American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, and serves as grant reviewer for the Cancer Research, UK, the Hungarian Science Foundation and the South Carolina Clinical and Translational Research Institute. She has been the member of the SSCI since 2008.

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