Dr. Michael Lawlor practices Pediatric Pathology in Boston, MA. As a pediatric pathologist, Dr. Lawlor is skilled in the diagnosis and characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of children. Pediatric pathologists gain expertise in the laboratory diagnosis of diseases that occur during fetal growth, infancy, and child development.
Education and Training
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine 2004
PathologyAmerican Board of PathologyABP- Neuropathology
- Assessment of serum-mediated neurotoxicity in Navajo neuropathy.
- Sensory nerve conduction deficit in experimental monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) neuropathy.
- Mutations of tropomyosin 3 (TPM3) are common and associated with type 1 myofiber hypotrophy in congenital fiber type disproportion.
- Changes in cross-bridge cycling underlie muscle weakness in patients with
- Novel mutations in NEB cause abnormal nebulin expression and markedly impaired muscle force generation in severe nemaline myopathy.
- An in vivo rodent model of contraction-induced injury in the quadriceps muscle.
- Modeling the human MTM1 p.R69C mutation in murine Mtm1 results in exon 4 skipping and a less severe myotubular myopathy phenotype.
- Troponin activator augments muscle force in nemaline myopathy patients with nebulin mutations.
- Deleting exon 55 from the nebulin gene induces severe muscle weakness in a mouse
- Recessive truncating titin gene, TTN, mutations presenting as centronuclear myopathy.
- Gene therapy prolongs survival and restores function in murine and canine models of myotubular myopathy.
- Differential muscle hypertrophy is associated with satellite cell numbers and Akt pathway activation following activin type IIB receptor inhibition in Mtm1 p.R69C mice.
- Tissue triage and freezing for models of skeletal muscle disease.
- Triadopathies: an emerging class of skeletal muscle diseases.
- Isolation and immortalization of patient-derived cell lines from muscle biopsy for disease modeling.
- Massachusetts General Hospital Program
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