The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute
- Biljana Musicki, Ph.D. Biljana Musicki, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Urology
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Email:bmusicki@jhmi.edu

MEMBERSHIP

  • Professional Memberships
    1994-present:        Regular member: Society for the Study of Reproduction.
    2002-present:        Member: National Kidney Foundation of Maryland, Inc.
    2006-present:        Affiliate member: American Urological Association.
      

  • Editorial Activities
    2009-present: Editorial Board: MD Medical Data
    2011- present: Member: Research and Awards Committee, Sexual Medicine Society of North   America:
    2011-present: Editorial Board: The Journal of Sexual Medicine

  • Conference Organizer:
          11/18/2005:           Sexual Medicine Society of North America, Moderator at a Basic Science
                                        Poster Session.
          08/08/2008:           AUA/SBUR Summer Research Conference, Sexual Medicine, Moderator at a Basic Science Podium Presentation.

  • Adhoc Reviewer:
    Diabetes, PLoS One, Biology of Reproduction, Journal of Urology, Journal of Sexual Medicine, Journal of Andrology, International Journal of Impotence Research, International Journal of Andrology, Prostaglandins, Steroids, Asian Journal of Andrology, Neuroscience Letters, ECAM, Society for the Study of Reproduction, Toxicon, Journal of the American Aging Association, Annals of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.

    Extramural Funding:

    Grants
     
    Previous:

    09/15/2006-08/31/2009                                               eNOS-Protein Interactions in the Penis
    R21DK075782                                                           
    NIH/NIDDK    
    Principal investigator: Biljana Musicki                                                                                   
    Role: PI
    The goal of this project is to investigate the molecular mechanisms of eNOS regulation in the
    penis by eNOS-protein interactions, and its physiological significance in penile erection.

    05/01/2006-04/30/2009                                                   Posttranslational Regulation of eNOS 
    R21DK074826                                                               by Estrogen in the Vagina and Clitoris
    NIH/NIDDK
    Principal investigator: Biljana Musicki                                                                                   
    Role: PI
    The goal of this project is to investigate posttranslational regulation of eNOS in the female genital tract and its impairment with aging.

    07/01/2003 – 06/30/2004                                     Phosphorylation and O-linked N-acetylglucosamine 
    National Kidney Foundation                                 Modification of Penile Endothelial Nitric Oxide 
    of Maryland - Professional                                  Synthase in Diabetes-Induced Erectile Dysfunction.
    Development Award                               
    Principal investigator: Biljana Musicki
    Role: PI
    The goal of this project is to investigate a molecular mechanism of diabetes-induced erectile dysfunction.

    07/01/2002 – 06/30/2003                                            The Role and Regulation of nNOS
    National Kidney Foundation                                        Phosphorylation in Penile Erection
    of Maryland - research mini grant.    
    Principal investigator: Biljana Musicki                                                                                   
    Role: PI                                              
    The goal of this project is to investigate posttranslational regulation of nNOS in penile erection.

    12/15/1995 – 08/15/1997                                Regulation of Placental Development by Estrogen.
    F32HD008075
    NIH/NICHHD
    Principal investigator: Biljana Musicki
    Role: PI
    The goal is to investigate morphological and functional differentiation of the placenta by estrogen.


 


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