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Research > Faculty By Clinical Interest > Cory Bernadt, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Pathology and Immunology
Room 5822, BJC-I, 5th Floor Suite 5801
Office: (314) 362-0339
E-mail: cbernadt@path.wustl.edu

Research

My clinical research interest is particularly in the utilization of cytology specimens for molecular studies.

Service to the University

2013 - PresentTest Utilization Review Committe

Clinical Interest

Anatomic and Molecular Pathology - Cytopathology
Anatomic and Molecular Pathology - General Surgical Pathology

Selected Publications

Karnes HE, Duncavage EJ, Bernadt CT. Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing Using Fine Needle Aspirates from Adenocarcinomas of the Lung. Cancer Cytopathology 2013 Nov 12 [Epub ahead of print], 2013 Abstract

Collins BT, Wang JW, Bernadt CT. Utilization of p40 (Np63) with p63 and Cytokeratin 5/6 Immunohistochemistry in Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy. Acta Cytologica, 2013, 57(6):619-24, 2013 Abstract

Collins BT, Murad F, Wang JF, Bernadt CT. Rapid On-Site Evaluation for Endoscopic Ultrasound Guided Fine Needle Biopsy of the Pancreas Decreases the Incidence of Repeat Biopsy Procedures. Cancer Cytopathology, 2013 Aug 121(9):518-524, 2013 Abstract

Collins BT, Chen AC, Wang JF, Bernadt C, Sanati S. Improved Laboratory Resource Utilization and Patient Care With the Use of Rapid On-site Evaluation for Endobronchial Ultrasound Fine-Needle Aspiration Biopsy. Cancer Cytopathology 2013 Oct 121(10):544-551, 2013 Abstract

Boer B, KNopp J, Mallanna S, Desler M, Chakravarthy H, Wilder PJ, Bernadt C, Rizzino A. Elevating the levels of Sox2 in embryonal carcinoma cells and embryonic stem cells inhibits the expression of Sox2:Oct-3/4 target genes. Nucleic Acids Res. 2007 35(6):1773-1786, 2007 Abstract

Boer B, Bernadt CT, Desler M, Wilder PJ, Kopp JL, Rizzino A. Differential Activity of the FGF-4 Enhancer in F9 and P19 Embryonal Carcinoma Cells. J Cell Physiol, 2006 July 208(1):97-108, 2006 Abstract

Bernadt CT, Nowling T, Wiebe MS, Rizzino A. NF-Y Functions As a Bimodal Transcription Factor That Can Stimulate or Repress the FGF-4 Promoter in an Enhancer-Dependent Manner. Gene Expression, 2005 12(3):193-212, 2005 Abstract

Boer B, Luster TA, Bernadt C, Rizzino A. Distal enhancer of the mouse FGF-4 gene and its human counterpart exhibit differential activity: critical role of a GT box. Mol Reprod Dev, 2005 Jul 71 (3):263-74, 2005 Abstract

Bernadt CT, Nowling T, Rizzino A. The Transcription Factor Sox-2 Inhibits Co-activator Stimulated Transcription. Mol Reprod Dev, 2004 Nov 69(3):260-7, 2004 Abstract

Hou J, Wilder PJ, Bernadt CT, Boer B, Neve RM, Rizzino A. Transcriptional Regulation of the Murine Elf3 Gene in Embryonal Carcinoma Cells and Their Differentiated Counterparts: Requirement for a Novel Upstream Regulatory Region. Gene, 2004 Sep 29 340(1):123-31, 2004 Abstract

Nowling T, Bernadt C, Johnson L, Desler M, Rizzino A. The Co-activator p300 Associates Physically With and Can Mediate the Action of the Distal Enhancer of the FGF-4 gene. J. Biol. Chem, 2003 Apr 18 278(16):13696-13705, 2003 Abstract

Bernadt CT, Rizzino A. Roles of the Conserved CCAAT and GC Boxes of the Human and Mouse Type II Transforming Growth Factor- Receptor Genes. Mol Reprod Dev, 2003 Aug 65(4):353-365, 2003 Abstract

Wilder PJ, Bernadt CT, Kim JH, Rizzino A. Stimulation of the Murine Type II Transforming Growth Factor-beta Receptor Promoter by the Transcription Factor Egr-1. Mol Reprod Dev, 2002 Nov 63(3):282-290, 2002 Abstract

Graves MV, Bernadt CT, Cerny R, Van Etten JL. Molecular and Genetic Evidence for a Virus-Encoded Glycosyltransferase Involved in Protein Glycosylation. Virology, 2001 285:332-345, 2001 Abstract