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Judith Abrams

Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

Judith.Abrams@nyumc.org

Research Summary

J Abram's research overview

Research Interests

J Abram's research summary

Research Keywords

abramj01, abramj02

Racial differences in colorectal cancer incidence and mortality in the Women's Health Initiative
Simon, Michael S; Thomson, Cynthia A; Pettijohn, Erin; Kato, Ikuko; Rodabough, Rebecca J; Lane, Dorothy; Hubbell, F Allan; O'Sullivan, Mary Jo; Adams-Campbell, Lucille; Mouton, Charles P; Abrams, Judith; Chlebowski, Rowan T. Racial differences in colorectal cancer incidence and mortality in the Women's Health Initiative. Cancer epidemiology biomarkers & prevention. 2011 May 20;20(7):1368-1378 (992292)

Utility of MRI in predicting and evaluating response of angiomyolipomas to embolization
Abrams, J; Chandarana, H; Rabenou, R A; Clark, T W. Utility of MRI in predicting and evaluating response of angiomyolipomas to embolization [Meeting Abstract]. Journal of vascular & interventional radiology. 2010 February;21(2):S12-S12 (169577)

Breast cancer incidence in a cohort of women with benign breast disease from a multiethnic, primary health care population
Worsham, Maria J; Abrams, Judith; Raju, Usha; Kapke, Alissa; Lu, Mei; Cheng, Jingfang; Mott, Donna; Wolman, Sandra R. Breast cancer incidence in a cohort of women with benign breast disease from a multiethnic, primary health care population. Breast journal. 2007 Mar -0;13(2):115-121 (162492)

Identification of regions within the F domain of the human estrogen receptor alpha that are important for modulating transactivation and protein-protein interactions
Koide, Akiko; Zhao, Changqing; Naganuma, Misuzu; Abrams, Judith; Deighton-Collins, Sarah; Skafar, Debra F; Koide, Shohei. Identification of regions within the F domain of the human estrogen receptor alpha that are important for modulating transactivation and protein-protein interactions. Molecular endocrinology. 2006 Dec 21;21(4):829-842 (2005372)

Mutation of Leu-536 in human estrogen receptor-alpha alters the coupling between ligand binding, transcription activation, and receptor conformation
Zhao, Changqing; Koide, Akiko; Abrams, Judith; Deighton-Collins, Sarah; Martinez, Angela; Schwartz, Janice A; Koide, Shohei; Skafar, Debra F. Mutation of Leu-536 in human estrogen receptor-alpha alters the coupling between ligand binding, transcription activation, and receptor conformation. Journal of biological chemistry. 2003 May 6;278(29):27278-27286 (2005512)