1. Sinoway LI, Shenberger J, Wilson JS, McLaughlin D, Musch TI, Zelis R. A 30-day forearm work protocol increases maximal forearm blood flow.  J Appl Physiol1987; 62:  1063-1067.
  2. Sinoway LI, Wilson JS, Zelis R, Shenberger J, McLaughlin D, Morris DL, Day FP. Sympathetic tone effects minimal resistance and arterial dimensions in humans.  Am J Physiol(Heart Circ Physiol) 1988; 255:H937-H946.
  3. Sinoway LI, Prophet SA, Gorman I, Mosher T, Shenberger J, Dolecki M, Briggs R, Zelis R. Muscle acidosis during static exercise is associated with calf vasoconstriction.J ApplPhysiol1989; 66:  429-436.
  4. Shenberger JS, Prophet SA, Waldhausen JA, Davidson WR, Sinoway LI. Left subclavian flap aortoplasty for coarctation of the aorta: effects on forearm vascular function and growth. J Am Coll Cardiol1989; 14: 953-959.
  5. Shenberger JS, Leaman GJ, Neumyer MM, Musch TI, Sinoway LI. Physiologic and structural indices of vascular function in paraplegics. Med Sci Sports Exercise1990; 15: 96-101.
  6. Baily RG, Prophet SA, Shenberger JS, Zelis R, Sinoway LI. Direct neurohumoral evidence of isolated sympathetic nervous system activation to skeletal muscle in response to cardiopulmonary baroreceptor unloading. Circ Res1990; 66: 1720-1728.
  7. Sinoway LI, Shenberger J, Leaman GJ, Prophet SA, Gray K, Baily RG, Leuenberger U: The generalized attenuation of the sympathetic nervous system response to submaximal exercise following localized conditioning.  J Appl Physiol1996; 81:1778-1784.
  8. Shenberger JS, Shew RL, Johnson DE, Kannan MS.  Relaxation of porcine tracheal smooth muscle by parathyroid hormone-related protein.  Respir Physiol1997; 107:  59-66.
  9. Shenberger JS, Shew RL, JohnsonDE.  Hyperoxia-induced airway remodeling and neuroendocrine cell hyperplasia in the weanling rat.  Pediatr Res1997; 42:  539-544.
  10. Shenberger JS, DixonPS.  Oxygen induces S phase growth arrest and increases p53 and p21WAF1/CIP1 expression in human bronchial smooth muscle cells.  Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol1999; 21:  395-403.
  11. Shenberger JS, Dixon PS,Choate J, Helal K, Shew RL, BarthW.  Pregnancy and labor increase the capacity of human myometrial cells to secrete parathyroid hormone-related protein.  LifeSciences2001; 68:  1557-1566.
  12. Shenberger JS, Adams MH, ZimmerSG.  Oxidant-induced hypertrophy of A549 cells is accompanied by alterations in eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E and 4E-binding protein.  Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 2002; 27:250-256.
  13. Shenberger JS, Myers JL, Zimmer SG, Powell RJ, BarchowskyA.  Hyperoxia alters the phosphorylation and binding of multiple factors regulating translation initiation.  Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol2005; 288:L442-L449.
  14. McAdams RM, Mustafa SB, Shenberger JS, Dixon PS, DiGeronimoRJ.  Cyclic stretch attenuates the effects of hyperoxia on cell proliferation and viability in human alveolar epithelial cells.  Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol2006; 291:L166-174.
  15. Shenberger JS, Zhang, L, Hughlock M, Ueda T, Watanabe-Fukunaga R, FukunagaR.  Roles of mitogen-activated protein kinase signal-integrating kinases 1 and 2 in oxidant-mediated eIF4E phosphorylation.Int J Biochem Cell Biol2007; 39:  1828-1842.
  16. 16.Shenberger JS, Zhang L, Powell R, BarchowskyA.  Hyperoxia enhances VEGF release from A549 cells via post-transcriptional processes. Free Radic Biol Med2007; 43:844-552.
  17. Zhang L, Kimball SR, Jefferson LS, Shenberger JS.   Hydrogen peroxide impairs insulin-stimulated assembly of mTORC1.  Free Radic Biol Med2009; 46:  1500-9.
  18. Konsavage W, Zhang L, Vary T, Shenberger JS.  Hyperoxia inhibits protein synthesis and increases eIF2α phosphorylation in the newborn rat lung.  Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol2010; 298: L678–L686.
  19. Reed-Thurston D,Shenberger J, Qiu F, ÜndarA.   Neonatal extracorporeal life support (ECLS):  Will the newest technology reduce morbidity?Artificial Organs 2011; 35:  989-996.
  20. Konsavage W, Wu Y, Zhang L, Shenberger JS.  Hyperoxia-induced activation of the integrated stress response in the newborn rat lung.Am J Physiol - Lung Cell Mol Physiol, 2012; 302:  L27-35.
  21. Floros J, Londono D, Gordon D, DiAngelo SL, Silveyra P, Viscardi RM, Worthen GS, Wang W, Lin Z, Shenberger J, ThomasNJ.  IL-18R1 and IL-18RAP SNPs may associate with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia in African American infants.  Pediatr Res2012; 71:  107-114.
  22. Reed-Thurston D, Undar A, Haidat KK, Shenberger JS.  Pediatric and neonatal extracorporeal life support (ECLS) technology component utilization:  Are U.S. clinicians implementing new technology?Artificial Organs, 2012; 1525-1594.
  23. Konsavage W, Umstead T, Wu Y, Phelps DS, ShenbergerJS.  Hyperoxia-induced alterations in the pulmonary proteome of juvenile rats, Exp Lung Res2013; 39:  107-117.
  24. Dennis MD, Shenberger JS, Stanley BA, Kimball SR, and Jefferson LS.  Hyperglycemia mediates a shift from cap-dependent to cap-independent translation via a 4E-BP1 dependent mechanism.   Diabetes  2013, 62:2204-14.
  25. Meyers JM, Greecher CP, Shaffer ML, and Shenberger JS.   Potential influence of total parenteral nutrition on body composition at discharge in preterm infants.   J Maternal-Fetal Neonatal Med, 2013 26:  1548-1553.
  26. Fang L, Zhang L, Barber A, and Shenberger JS.   Translational regulation of FGF2 expression in oxygen-induced retinopathy..Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, Under Review 2014.
  27. Fang L, Zhang L, Jefferson JS, Kimball SR, and Shenberger JS. Activation of mTOR during the development of oxygen-induced retinopathy. In preparation.

    b)   Other papers
    c)   Book chapters/Invited reviews
    d)   Editorials
    e)   Case Reports
    f)    Books authored/Books edited
    g)   Theses
    h)    Published abstracts (most recent 15 of 66):

  1. Shenberger JS, ZhangL.  Rapamycin-sensitiveCo-localization of mTOR to the Mitotic Spindle.   Exp Biol2010 (Poster, Anaheim, CA).
  2. Shenberger JS, Konsavage WM, Zurat W, ZhangL.   Ability of Hyperoxia to Activate the Unfolded Protein Response (UPR) in the Newborn Lung.  Exp Biol2010 (Platform, Anaheim, CA).
  3. Shenberger JS,Zurat W, Konsavage W, ZhangL.  Epithelial Cells as a Target of Hyperoxia-induced Suppression of Pulmonary Protein Synthesis.   Pediatr Acad Soc2010 (Platform, Vancouver, BC).
  4. Wu Y, Konsavage W, Floros J, Shenberger JS.  Ozone induces pulmonary activating transcription factor 3(ATF3) expression.  Exp Biol2011 (Poster, Washington DC).
  5. Shenberger JS, Umstead TM, Konsavage WM, PhelpsDS.   Proteomic Profiling of Hyperoxia-exposed Junvenile Rats.   Pediatr Acad Soc2011(Platform, Denver, CO).
  6. Zhang L, Kimball S, Jefferson LS, and JS Shenberger.   Mammalian Target of Rapamycin (mTOR) Activation in the Mouse Model of Retinopathy of Prematurity.   Pediatr Acad Soc2011(Platform, Denver, CO).
  7. Zhang L,Shenberger JS.  Activation of Fibroblast Growth Factor 2 Internal Ribosome Entry Site Activity in Oxygen-induced Retinopathy.   Pediatr Acad Soc2011(Platform, Denver, CO).
  8. Meyers JM,Greecher CP, Shaffer ML, Shenberger JS.   Influence of Total Parenteral Nutrition on Body Composition in Preterm Infants.   Pediatr Acad Soc2011(Poster, Denver, CO).
  9. Dennis MD, Shenberger JS, Kimball SR, JeffersonLS.  “Hyperglycemia-Induced O-GlcNAcylation Enhances Stability of Hepatic 4E-BP1in a Mouse Model of Type 1 Diabetes”,   Exp Biol2012(Poster, San Diego, CA).
  10. Fang L,Shenberger JS.  “Regulation of FGF2 Expression During the Development of Oxygen-induced Retinopathy”.    Pediatr Acad Soc2012 (Poster, Boston, MA).
  11. Fang L, Barber A, Shenberger JS.  “Characterization of Behavioral Visual Thresholds in Oxygen-induced Retinopathy”.  Pediatr Acad Soc2012 (Poster, Boston, MA).
  12. Wu Y,Shenberger JS.  “Hyperoxia Induces Pulmonary GADD34 Expression:  Potential Role in Stress Response Signaling”.  Pediatr Acad Soc2012 (Poster, Boston, MA).
  13. Wu Y,Shenberger JS.“Age-related Alterations in O2-induced Integrated Stress Responses in the Lung”.  Pediatr Acad Soc2012 (Poster, Boston, MA).
  14. Shenberger JS, YM Wu.  “Role of GADD34 in Age-Related Differences in Hyperoxia-Induced Stress Signaling.”   Exp Biol 2013 (Platform, Boston).
  15. YM Wu, Shenberger JS.  “ATF3 Confers Protection from O2 Toxicity in Juvenile, but not Newborn Mice.”  Pediatr Acad Soc 2013 (Platform, Washington, DC).

i)   Invited lectures in last 3 years\

“Protein Synthetic Control in Neonatal Growth and Disease “, Floating Hospital, Tufts University School of Medicine, Division of Neonatology, 2014.

The Plump Preemie – Is Trouble Ahead?”  Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, 2012


Jeffrey Scott Shenberger

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    Newborn Medicine
    Bay state Children’s Hospital