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Pierre-Alexandre Vidi, Ph.D.

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionWake Forest School of Medicine
DepartmentCancer Biology
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    K99CA163957     (VIDI, PIERRE-ALEXANDRE)Aug 21, 2012 - Jul 31, 2014
    NIH/NCI
    Interplay Between Tissue Architecture and Nuclear Organization in the DNA Damage
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R00CA163957     (VIDI, PIERRE-ALEXANDRE)Aug 21, 2012 - Dec 31, 2017
    NIH/NCI
    Interplay Between Tissue Architecture and Nuclear Organization in the DNA Damage
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R01CA207222     (Singh)Apr 1, 2017 - Mar 31, 2022
    NCI
    Development of a novel therapeutic agent that exploits specific vulnerabilities in claudin-low breast cancer
    Role Description: The major goals of this project are: (1) To develop silvernanoparticles (AgNP) for selective treatment and radiosensitization of claudin-low breast cancer (CLBC); (2) To identify effects of AgNP exposure on endoplasmic reticulum stress, DNA damage redox-sensitive proteins and metabolic pathways in CLBC and non-CLBC cells; (3) To evaluate a mesenchymal molecular signature as an independent predictor of AgNP sensitivity in multiple types of cancer.
    Role: Co-I

    BC170905     (Vidi)Mar 1, 2018 - Feb 28, 2021
    DoD
    Impact of a community-based diabetes prevention trial on epithelial biomarkers of breast cancer risk
    Role Description: The goal is to test the hypothesis that the metabolic derangement experienced in prediabetes leads to loss of epithelial polarity and DNA damage in mammary epithelial cells, thereby priming cancer initiation, and that reversing metabolic dysfunctions may restore cell polarity and reduce the mutagenic burden.
    Role: PI

    U01CA214282     (Vidi)Sep 9, 2018 - Aug 31, 2023
    NCI
    Chromatin mobility in response to DNA damage
    Role Description: The goals of this project are (1) to develop new imaging technologies to track chromatin motions, (2) to characterize chromatin motions in cells exposed to DNA damaging agents and define functional consequences for DNA repair and genomic translocations, and (3) to evaluate the predictive value of chromatin kinetic measurement for prevention of therapy-induced myeloid neoplasms.
    Role: Multiple-PI

    U01CA214282     (VIDI, PIERRE-ALEXANDRE)Sep 19, 2018 - Aug 31, 2023
    NIH/NCI
    Chromatin mobility in response to DNA damage
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Xing F, Liu Y, Wu SY, Wu K, Sharma S, Mo YY, Feng J, Sanders S, Jin G, Singh R, Vidi PA, Tyagi A, Chan MD, Ruiz J, Debinski W, Pasche BC, Lo HW, Metheny-Barlow LJ, D'Agostino RB, Watabe K. Loss of XIST in Breast Cancer Activates MSN-c-Met and Reprograms Microglia via Exosomal miRNA to Promote Brain Metastasis. Cancer Res. 2018 Aug 01; 78(15):4316-4330. PMID: 30026327.
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    2. Bonin K, Smelser A, Moreno NS, Holzwarth G, Wang K, Levy P, Vidi PA. Structured illumination to spatially map chromatin motions. J Biomed Opt. 2018 May; 23(5):1-8. PMID: 29766687.
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    3. Jayaraman S, Chittiboyina S, Bai Y, Abad PC, Vidi PA, Stauffacher CV, Lelièvre SA. The nuclear mitotic apparatus protein NuMA controls rDNA transcription and mediates the nucleolar stress response in a p53-independent manner. Nucleic Acids Res. 2017 Nov 16; 45(20):11725-11742. PMID: 28981686.
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    4. Vidi PA, Anderson KA, Chen H, Anderson R, Salvador-Moreno N, Mora DC, Poutasse C, Laurienti PJ, Daniel SS, Arcury TA. Personal samplers of bioavailable pesticides integrated with a hair follicle assay of DNA damage to assess environmental exposures and their associated risks in children. Mutat Res. 2017 10; 822:27-33. PMID: 28844239.
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    5. Vega SL, Liu E, Arvind V, Bushman J, Sung HJ, Becker ML, Lelièvre S, Kohn J, Vidi PA, Moghe PV. High-content image informatics of the structural nuclear protein NuMA parses trajectories for stem/progenitor cell lineages and oncogenic transformation. Exp Cell Res. 2017 02 01; 351(1):11-23. PMID: 28034673.
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    6. Liu J, Vidi PA, Lelièvre SA, Irudayaraj JM. Nanoscale histone localization in live cells reveals reduced chromatin mobility in response to DNA damage. J Cell Sci. 2015 Feb 01; 128(3):599-604. PMID: 25501817.
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    7. Vidi PA, Liu J, Salles D, Jayaraman S, Dorfman G, Gray M, Abad P, Moghe PV, Irudayaraj JM, Wiesmüller L, Lelièvre SA. NuMA promotes homologous recombination repair by regulating the accumulation of the ISWI ATPase SNF2h at DNA breaks. Nucleic Acids Res. 2014 Jun; 42(10):6365-79. PMID: 24753406.
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    8. Vidi PA, Maleki T, Ochoa M, Wang L, Clark SM, Leary JF, Lelièvre SA. Disease-on-a-chip: mimicry of tumor growth in mammary ducts. Lab Chip. 2014 Jan 07; 14(1):172-7. PMID: 24202525.
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    9. Vidi PA, Leary JF, Lelièvre SA. Building risk-on-a-chip models to improve breast cancer risk assessment and prevention. Integr Biol (Camb). 2013 Sep; 5(9):1110-8. PMID: 23681255.
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    10. Vidi PA, Bissell MJ, Lelièvre SA. Three-dimensional culture of human breast epithelial cells: the how and the why. Methods Mol Biol. 2013; 945:193-219. PMID: 23097109.
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    11. Vidi PA, Chandramouly G, Gray M, Wang L, Liu E, Kim JJ, Roukos V, Bissell MJ, Moghe PV, Lelièvre SA. Interconnected contribution of tissue morphogenesis and the nuclear protein NuMA to the DNA damage response. J Cell Sci. 2012 Jan 15; 125(Pt 2):350-61. PMID: 22331358.
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    12. Bischof S, Baerenfaller K, Wildhaber T, Troesch R, Vidi PA, Roschitzki B, Hirsch-Hoffmann M, Hennig L, Kessler F, Gruissem W, Baginsky S. Plastid proteome assembly without Toc159: photosynthetic protein import and accumulation of N-acetylated plastid precursor proteins. Plant Cell. 2011 Nov; 23(11):3911-28. PMID: 22128122.
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    13. Cueva JP, Gallardo-Godoy A, Juncosa JI, Vidi PA, Lill MA, Watts VJ, Nichols DE. Probing the steric space at the floor of the D1 dopamine receptor orthosteric binding domain: 7a-, 7ß-, 8a-, and 8ß-methyl substituted dihydrexidine analogues. J Med Chem. 2011 Aug 11; 54(15):5508-21. PMID: 21714510.
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    14. Chen J, Nag S, Vidi PA, Irudayaraj J. Single molecule in vivo analysis of toll-like receptor 9 and CpG DNA interaction. PLoS One. 2011 Apr 04; 6(4):e17991. PMID: 21483736.
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    15. Grafton MM, Wang L, Vidi PA, Leary J, Lelièvre SA. Breast on-a-chip: mimicry of the channeling system of the breast for development of theranostics. Integr Biol (Camb). 2011 Apr; 3(4):451-9. PMID: 21234506.
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    16. Vidi PA, Ejendal KF, Przybyla JA, Watts VJ. Fluorescent protein complementation assays: new tools to study G protein-coupled receptor oligomerization and GPCR-mediated signaling. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2011 Jan 15; 331(2):185-93. PMID: 20654687.
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    17. Vidi PA, Przybyla JA, Hu CD, Watts VJ. Visualization of G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) interactions in living cells using bimolecular fluorescence complementation (BiFC). Curr Protoc Neurosci. 2010 Apr; Chapter 5:Unit 5.29. PMID: 20373507.
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    18. Zbierzak AM, Kanwischer M, Wille C, Vidi PA, Giavalisco P, Lohmann A, Briesen I, Porfirova S, Bréhélin C, Kessler F, Dörmann P. Intersection of the tocopherol and plastoquinol metabolic pathways at the plastoglobule. Biochem J. 2009 Dec 23; 425(2):389-99. PMID: 19843012.
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    19. Meskauskiene R, Würsch M, Laloi C, Vidi PA, Coll NS, Kessler F, Baruah A, Kim C, Apel K. A mutation in the Arabidopsis mTERF-related plastid protein SOLDAT10 activates retrograde signaling and suppresses (1)O(2)-induced cell death. Plant J. 2009 Nov; 60(3):399-410. PMID: 19563435.
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    20. Vidi PA, Watts VJ. Fluorescent and bioluminescent protein-fragment complementation assays in the study of G protein-coupled receptor oligomerization and signaling. Mol Pharmacol. 2009 Apr; 75(4):733-9. PMID: 19141658.
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    21. Vidi PA, Chen J, Irudayaraj JM, Watts VJ. Adenosine A(2A) receptors assemble into higher-order oligomers at the plasma membrane. FEBS Lett. 2008 Dec 10; 582(29):3985-90. PMID: 19013155.
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    22. Vidi PA, Chemel BR, Hu CD, Watts VJ. Ligand-dependent oligomerization of dopamine D(2) and adenosine A(2A) receptors in living neuronal cells. Mol Pharmacol. 2008 Sep; 74(3):544-51. PMID: 18524886.
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    23. Vidi PA, Kessler F, Bréhélin C. Plastoglobules: a new address for targeting recombinant proteins in the chloroplast. BMC Biotechnol. 2007 Jan 10; 7:4. PMID: 17214877.
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    24. Kessler F, Vidi PA. Plastoglobule lipid bodies: their functions in chloroplasts and their potential for applications. Adv Biochem Eng Biotechnol. 2007; 107:153-72. PMID: 17522825.
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    25. Austin JR, Frost E, Vidi PA, Kessler F, Staehelin LA. Plastoglobules are lipoprotein subcompartments of the chloroplast that are permanently coupled to thylakoid membranes and contain biosynthetic enzymes. Plant Cell. 2006 Jul; 18(7):1693-703. PMID: 16731586.
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    26. Vidi PA, Kanwischer M, Baginsky S, Austin JR, Csucs G, Dörmann P, Kessler F, Bréhélin C. Tocopherol cyclase (VTE1) localization and vitamin E accumulation in chloroplast plastoglobule lipoprotein particles. J Biol Chem. 2006 Apr 21; 281(16):11225-34. PMID: 16414959.
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    27. Bauer J, Hiltbrunner A, Weibel P, Vidi PA, Alvarez-Huerta M, Smith MD, Schnell DJ, Kessler F. Essential role of the G-domain in targeting of the protein import receptor atToc159 to the chloroplast outer membrane. J Cell Biol. 2002 Dec 09; 159(5):845-54. PMID: 12460988.
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    28. Hiltbrunner A, Bauer J, Vidi PA, Infanger S, Weibel P, Hohwy M, Kessler F. Targeting of an abundant cytosolic form of the protein import receptor at Toc159 to the outer chloroplast membrane. J Cell Biol. 2001 Jul 23; 154(2):309-16. PMID: 11470820.
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