- Assistant Professor of Medical Sciences (in Medicine)
Dr. Robert C. Bauer received a BA from Columbia University in Biological Studies, and a PhD in Genetics and Gene Regulation from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Bauer remained at the University of Pennsylvania for his postdoctoral studies, focusing of novel genes implicated by human genetics in lipid metabolism and atherosclerosis. Dr. Bauer returned to Columbia University to begin his own independent research program, where he is one of the founding members of the Cardiometabolic Genomics Program in the Division of Cardiology at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center. His lab remains broadly focused on human genetics and functional genomics of cardiometabolic disease, with specific projects centering on tissue-specific regulation of lipid metabolism by pseudokinases, and vascular cell contributions to atherosclerosis.
The Bauer Lab maintains a strong interest in training the next generation of cardiometabolic translational scientists, and potential students and trainees are encouraged to reach out for potential opportunities to work in the lab. Dr. Bauer can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Departments and Divisions
- Department of Medicine
Division of Cardiology
Education and Training
- BA, 2003 Biology, Columbia University
- PhD, 2010 Genetics and Gene Regulation, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
College of Physicians and Surgeons (P&S)630 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032
- (212) 305-3094
- Lab Phone:
- (212) 342-0952
- (212) 305-3094
Committees / Societies / Memberships
- Member, American Heart Association
- Member, AHA Council on Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology
- Member, ATVB Early Career Committee
- Member, American Society of Human Genetics
- Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science
REGULATION OF LIPOPROTEIN METABOLISM BY ADIPOSE-SPECIFIC TRIBBLES- (Federal Gov)
Apr 1 2018 - Feb 28 2023
INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF ADIPOCYTE-SPECIFIC KNOCKOUT OF TRIBBLES1 ON PLASMA ADIPONECTIN LEVELS AND LIPOPROTEIN METABOLISM (Federal Gov)
Sep 1 2019 - Aug 31 2022
MECHANISMS OF TRIBBLES 1 REGULATION OF LIPOGENESIS AND PLASMA LIPIDS IN HUMANS (Private)
Sep 1 2016 - Jun 30 2019
- Elizabeth Ha, MD/PhD Graduate Student
- Ha EE, Van Camp AG, Bauer RC. "Novel Genes Identified in Lipoprotein Metabolism." Curr Opin Lipidol. 2019 June; 30:157-164.
- Jadhav KS, Bauer RC. "The Trouble with Tribbles-1: Elucidating the Genetics and Physiology of a GWAS locus." Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2019 June;39:998-1005.
- Johnston JM, Angyal A, Bauer RC, et al. “Myeloid Tribbles 1 promotes atherosclerosis by enhancing foam cell formation.” Sci Adv. 2019;5(10):eaax9183.
- Bauer RC, Tohyama J, Cui J, Cheng L, Yang J, Zhang X, et al. Knockout of Adamts7, a novel coronary artery disease locus in humans, reduces atherosclerosis in mice. Circulation. 2015 Mar 31;131(13):1202-13.
- Bauer RC, Sasaki M, Cohen DM, Cui J, Smith MA, Yenilmez BO, et al. Tribbles-1 regulates hepatic lipogenesis through posttranscriptional regulation of C/EBPα. J Clin Invest. 2015 Oct 1;125(10):3809-18.
For a complete list of publications, please visit PubMed.gov