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Post Doctoral Fellow/Program Coordinator eRA COMMONS USER NAME (credential, e.g., agency login) EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, include postdoctoral training and residency training if applicable.) A. Personal Statement
I graduated from the University of Florida’s Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences in 2009 with a Ph.D. in Molecular Cell Biology, focused on stem cell biology and regenerative medicine. This work was completed in the laboratory of Dr. Bryon Petersen, through the department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine. During this time I was awarded a T32 Training Grant in Regenerative Medicine, which allowed me to further develop and hone the molecular biology skills I had learned early in my graduate school career and led to my dissertation work on the Notch signaling pathway and its relevance to liver stem cells and regeneration. Upon graduation, I went on to a post-doctoral fellowship in the lab of Dr. Chen Liu in the Department of Medicine, investigating the link between stem cells and cancer via the analysis of microRNAs known to be involved in hepatocellular carcinoma. This research was also accomplished via another T32 training grant, this time in Gastroenterology and Hepatology. As part of my fellowship at CPET, I have coordinated content-rich professional development programs for secondary science teachers. I have led many students in biomedically-relevant lab experiments on the University of Florida campus, as well as visiting classrooms to lead or assist in the instruction of molecular biology lessons. I am also an adjunct-professor at Santa Fe College, teaching Foundations of Chemistry and Anatomy and Physiology in the Sciences for Health division. As a teacher I strive to engage, challenge, and inspire growth in my students. It is my belief that every student is capable of tasting the passion that I feel for science, they simply need the door to be open for them to experience it - science is best learned by immersion in the context of real-life applications such as health and technology. B. Positions and Honors
Positions and Employment
Fellow, Science Education, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Adjunct Professor, Health Sciences Division, Santa Fe College, Gainesville, FL Fellow, Dept of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Other Experience and Professional Memberships
Member, National Association of Biology Teachers Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science University of Florida T32 Gastroenterology and Hepatology Training Grant Post-Doctoral Fellow, 2009-2010 University of Florida T32 Regenerative Medicine Training Grant Pre-Doctoral Fellow, 2007-2009 University of Florida Grinter Fellow, College of Medicine Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Science, 2004-2006 Florida Southern College John And Viola Spencer Excellence in Chemistry Award, 2003-2004 C. Selected Publications and Presentations
Oh SH, Darwiche H, Cho JH, Shupe T, Petersen BE. Characterization of a novel functional protein in the
pancreatic islet: islet homeostasis protein regulation of glucagon synthesis in α-cells. Pancreas 2012,
41(1), 22-30.
Darwiche H, Oh SH, Steiger N, Williams J, Petersen BE. Inhibition of Notch Signaling Affects the Hepatic
Oval Cell Response in a Rat Model of 2AAF-PH. Hepatic Medicine: Evidence and Research 2011, 3, 89-
Darwiche H, Petersen BE. Biology of the adult hepatic progenitor cell: “ghosts in the machine”. Progress
in Molecular Biology and Translational Science
2010, 97, 229-249.
Steiger-Luther NC, Darwiche H, Oh SH, Williams JM, Petersen BE. Insulin-like growth factor binding
protein-3 is required for the regulation of rat oval cell proliferation and differentiation in the 2AAF/PHx
model. Hepatic Medicine: Evidence and Research, 2010: 2010(2), 13-32.
Pintilie DG, Shupe TD, Oh SH, Salganik SV, Darwiche H and Petersen BE. Hepatic stellate cells’
involvement in progenitor-mediated liver regeneration. Laboratory Investigation 2010, 90(8), 1199-1208..
Williams JM, Oh SH, Jorgensen M, Steiger N, Darwiche H, Shupe T, Petersen BE. The Role of the Wnt
Family of Secreted Proteins in Rat Oval “Stem” Cell Based Liver Regeneration: Wnt1 Drives Differentiation.
American Journal of Pathology 2010, 176(6), 2732-2742.
Oh SH, Witek RP, Bae SH, Darwiche H, Jung Y, Pi L, Brown A, Petersen BE. Detection of transketolase
in bone marrow-derived insulin producing cells: Benfotiamine enhances insulin synthesis and glucose
metabolism. Stem Cell Dev. 2009, 18(1), 37-46.

Source: http://www.cpet.ufl.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Bio_Darwiche.pdf


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