Jack Rogers, PhD. is an authority on the role that RNA plays in the maintenance of iron homeostasis related to disease processes in neurodegeneration, including Parkinsonians. He is the Director of the Neurochemistry Laboratory in the Psychiatry/ NEUROSCIENCE Department at Massachusetts General Hospital. Jack is an Associate Professor at the Harvard Medical School, with a funded track-record in top scientific journals (Cell, J. Biol. Chem. and PNAS). His peer-reviewed publications won him a Zenith award from the Alzheimer’s Association and awards from the Michael J Fox Foundation, each on translational control by iron and related disease progression. He contributes to treat Mn toxicity and PD by pharmacological modulation of iron homeostasis towards neural survival.
Title : Urate restores APP translational expression and losses of neural cell viability from Mn exposure