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John Hay

Associate Professor, Department of Medicine;Associate Professor, Department of Pathology

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423 East 23rd Street
New York, NY 10010



1975-1978 — University of London Kings College, Medical Education
1979-1980 — Kings College Hospital (Medicine), Internship
1980-1982 — King's College Hospital and Brook Hospital (Medicine), Residency Training

A novel cell-penetrating peptide to facilitate intercellular transport of fused proteins
Shen, Ying; Nagpal, Poonam; Hay, John G; Sauthoff, Harald
2014-06-20; 0168-3659,Journal of controlled release - id: 1036472, year: 2014 JOURNAL ARTICLE

Interventions to stabilize endothelium improve survival in experimental cerebral Malaria
Higgins, S J; Silver, K L; Hay, J G; Robinson, L A; Liles, W C; Kain, K C
2013-05-12; 0002-9637,American journal of tropical medicine & hygiene - id: 335032, year: 2012

A novel protein transduction domain with improved secretion and transduction activity
Shen Y.; Yu W.; Nagpal P.; Hay J.G.; Sauthoff H.
2012-02-05; 1525-0016,Molecular therapy - id: 134516, year: 2011

Expressed Cell-penetrating Peptides Can Induce a Bystander Effect, but Passage Through the Secretory Pathway Reduces Protein Transduction Activity
Shen, Ying; Yu, William; Hay, John G; Sauthoff, Harald
2012-02-05; 1525-0024,Molecular therapy - id: 131954, year: 2011

Illness-related distress in women with clinically localized cutaneous melanoma
Noce N.S.; Atkinson T.M.; Hay J.; Rafferty B.; Brady M.S.
2012-02-05; 1755-1471,Pigment cell & melanoma research - id: 135618, year: 2010