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Jeffrey Mason

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ADVS

Orthopedic Disease, Regenerative Medicine and Reproductive Physiology

Assistant Professor

Educational Background

Other, Regenerative Medicine, (Orthopedics, Gene therapy), University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, 2013
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PhD, Physiology, (Reproductive Biology), University of California, Davis, 2007
Utilizing Gonadal Manipulation to Elucidate the Influence of Reproductive Status on Survival, Body Weight and Pathology at Death in Mice
MS, Transgenics, University of California, Davis, 2001
The effect of coating single- and double-stranded DNA with the recombinase A protein of Escherichia coli on transgene integration in mice.
BS, Animal Science, University of California, Davis, 1999



Teaching Interests

Physiology, Reproductive Physiology, Aging

Research Interests

Reproductive Physiology, Aging, Orthopedic Disease, rodent and large animal


Contact Information

Go toOffice Location: BTEC 205
DialPhone: 435-797-0950
SendEmail: jeff.mason@usu.edu

Awards

Early Career Reviewer program, 2014

NIH

Woods Hole MBL, Molecular Biology of Aging Fellowship, 2011

Ellison Medical Foundation

NIH-NIAMS Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) F32, 2010

NIH-NIAMS

American Physiological Society/NIDDK Minority Travel Fellowship, 2009

American Physiological Society/NIDDK

American Physiological Society Porter Physiology Development Award, 2007

American Physiological Society

Austin Eugene Lyons Graduate Fellowship, 2007

University of California, Davis

Business Development Fellow, 2005

University of California, Davis

Jastro-Shields Research Award, 2005

University of California, Davis

Animal Science Department McOmie Fellowship, 2004

Animal Science Department

Animal Science Department McOmie Fellowship, 2003

Animal Science Department

Chancellors Teaching Fellowship, 2003

University of California, Davis

Graduate Research Mentorship, 2003

University of California, Davis

Jastro-Shields Research Award, 2002

University of California, Davis

McDonald J. Monroe Scholarship, 2002

University of California, Davis

Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award, 2002

University of California, Davis

Teaching Assistant Consultant Fellowship, 2002

University of California, Davis

Gamma Delta Chapter of Phi Sigma Society, 2001

American Physiological Society

Graduate Opportunity/Cota-Robles Fellowship, 2001

University of California, Davis

University of California, Davis Foundation Fellowship, 2001

University of California, Davis

A. K. Humphries Memorial Scholarship, 2000

University of California, Davis

Jastro-Shields Research Award, 2000

University of California, Davis

NIH-IMSD Graduate Opportunity Fellowship, 1999

NIH-IMSD

  • Mason, J., (2013). Decreased proteoglycan degradation in IL-1β-treated equine cartilage co-cultured with TIMP-3-transduced cells. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage
  • , Mason, J., (2013). Equine induced pluripotent stem cells: differentiation into osteogenic and chondrogenic lineages. ISSCR annual meeting proceedings *
  • Mason, J., (2013). Wnt Gene Therapy Influenced Measures of Osteoarthritis. Journal of Orthopaedic Research, Transactions
  • Mason, J., Gurda, B.L, (2013). In vivo gene therapy of the equine distal extremity with recombinant adeno-associated viral vectors for the treatment of laminitis.. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science *
  • , , , , Mason, J., (2011). Pre-existing neutralizing antibodies to AAV capsids in large animals other than monkeys may confound in vivo gene therapy studies. Molecular Therapy
  • Mason, J., (2009). When selecting an adeno-associated viral vector serotype, cell monolayer transduction efficiency does not accurately predict tissue transduction efficiency in equine synovial tissues. FASEB Journal
  • , , , Mason, J., (2005). Comparison of term placentas in cloned and control pregnancies in cattle.. REPRODUCTION FERTILITY AND DEVELOPMENT *
  • , Mason, J., (2003). Relative pattern of gene expression in placental and fetal tissues by in-vivo and in-vitro produced day 90 and day 180 bovine concepti. Theriogenology
  • Mason, J., (2003). The effect of coating single- and double-stranded DNA with the recombinase A protein of Escherichia coli on transgene integration in mice. Transgenic Animal Research Conference IV, Tahoe City, CA. *
  • , Mason, J., (2001). Association of IGF-1 and -2 with fetal development at days 90 and 180 of gestation for in-vivo and in-vitro derived bovine pregnancies. Theriogenology

Publications - Books & Book Chapters

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      Publications - Curriculum

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        Publications - Journal Articles

          Academic Journal

        • Peterson, R.L, Parkinson, K.C, Mason, J., Immune and renal function, which are critical for reproductive success suffer substantial declines in aged females, but are significantly restored by re-establishment of active ovarian function in postreproductive females. Reproduction, Fertility and Development
        • Hill, R.J, Mason, H., Yeip, G., Merchant, S.S, Olsen, A.L, Stott, R.D, Van Wettere, A., Bressel, E., Mason, J., The influence of forced exercise in surgically destabilized stifle joints is synergistic with bone, but antagonistic with cartilage in an ovine model of osteoarthritis. Veterinary Pathology
        • Hill, R.J, Mason, H., Yeip, G., Merchant, S.S, Olsen, A.L, Stott, R.D, Van Wettere, A., Bressel, E., Mason, J., The influence of forced exercise in surgically destabilized stifle joints is synergistic with bone, but antagonistic with cartilage in an ovine model of osteoarthritis. Veterinary Pathology
        • Parkinson, K.C, Peterson, R.L, Mason, J., Cognition and Sensory Function Were Significantly Influenced by Restoration of Active Ovarian Function in Postreproductive Mice. Experimental Gerontology
        • Mason, J., (2016). In vivo gene therapy of the equine distal extremity with recombinant adeno-associated viral vectors.. Musculoskeletal Regeneration, 2: e1418. , doi: doi: 10.14800/mr.1418.
        • Peterson, R.L, Parkinson, K.C, Mason, J., (2016). Manipulation of Ovarian Function Significantly Influenced Sarcopenia in Postreproductive-Age Mice. Journal of Transplantation
        • Mason, J., , , Manipulation of Ovarian Function Significantly Influenced Trabecular and Cortical Bone Volume, Architecture and Density in Mice at Death. PLOS One
        • Mason, J.B, Terry, B.C, Merchant, S.S, Mason, H.M, Nazokkarmaher, M., Manipulation of Ovarian Function Significantly Influenced Trabecular and Cortical Bone Volume, Architecture and Density in Mice at Death. PLOS One
        • Mason, J.B, Terry, B.C, Merchant, S.S, Mason, H.M, Nazokkarmaher, M., Manipulation of Ovarian Function Significantly Influenced Trabecular and Cortical Bone Volume, Architecture and Density in Mice at Death. PLOS One
        • Mason, J., (2015). Delivery and evaluation of recombinant adeno-associated viral vectors in the equine distal extremity for the treatment of laminitis. Equine Veterinary Journal, doi: doi: 10.1111/evj.12547
        • Mason, J., , , , Mason, J., , (2015). Preexisting Neutralizing Antibodies to Adeno-Associated Virus Capsids in Large Animals Other Than Monkeys May Confound In Vivo Gene Therapy Studies. Human Gene Therapy Methods
        • Mason, J., , , , Mason, J., , (2015). Preexisting Neutralizing Antibodies to Adeno-Associated Virus Capsids in Large Animals Other Than Monkeys May Confound In Vivo Gene Therapy Studies. Human Gene Therapy Methods
        • Simonaro, C.M, Mason, J., , , , , , , Mason, J., , , (2013). Acid Ceramidase Maintains the Chondrogenic Phenotype of Expanded Primary Chondrocytes and Improves the Chondrogenic Differentiation of Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
        • Simonaro, C.M, Mason, J., , , , , , , Mason, J., , , (2013). Acid Ceramidase Maintains the Chondrogenic Phenotype of Expanded Primary Chondrocytes and Improves the Chondrogenic Differentiation of Bone Marrow-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
        • Mason, J., (2013). Multiple recombinant adeno-associated viral vector serotypes display persistent in vivo gene expression in vector-transduced rat stifle joints.
        • Mason, J., (2013). Resistance to genotoxic stresses in Arctica islandica, the longest-living noncolonial animal: Is extreme longevity associated with a multi-stress resistance phenotype?. Journals of Gerontology-Series A Biological Sciences, 68(5), 521-529.
        • Mason, J., (2012). Influence of serotype, cell type, tissue composition, and time after inoculation on gene expression in recombinant adeno-associated viral vector–transduced equine joint tissues. American Journal of Veterinary Research, 73:8, 1178-1185.
        • Mason, J., (2011). Transplantation of young ovaries restored cardioprotective influence in postreproductive-aged mice. Aging Cell, 10:3, 448-456.
        • Mason, J., (2010). Ovarian status influenced the rate of body-weight change, but not the total amount of body-weight gained or lost in female CBA/J mice. Experimental Gerontology, 45, 435-441.
        • Mason, J., (2009). Transplantation of young ovaries to old mice increased survival and life span in transplant recipients. Journals of Gerontology-Series A Biological Sciences, 64:12, 1207-1211.
        • , , Mason, J., (2007). Perinatal physiology in cloned and normal calves: Hematologic and biochemical profiles.. Cloning Stem Cells, 9, 83-96.
        • , , Mason, J., (2007). Perinatal physiology in cloned and normal calves: Physical and clinical characteristics. Cloning Stem Cells, 9, 63-82.
        • Mason, J., (2006). The effect of coating single- and double-stranded DNA with the recombinase A protein of Escherichia coli on transgene integration in mice. Transgenic Research, 15, 703-710.
        • , , , , Mason, J., (2005). Effect of the nuclear-donor cell lineage, type, and cell donor on development of somatic cell nuclear transfer embryos in cattle. Cloning Stem Cells, 7:4, 238-54.
        • , , Mason, J., (2004). Evidence of increased substrate availability to in vitro-derived bovine foetuses and association with accelerated conceptus growth. Reproduction, 128, 341-354.
        • , Mason, J., (2002). Morphology and morphometry of in-vivo and in-vitro produced bovine concepti from early pregnancy to term and association with high birth weights. Theriogenology, 58:5, 973-994.

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          Publications - MultiMedia

            Video

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            Publications - Translations & Transcripts

              Publications - Other

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              Scheduled Teaching

              ADVS 7520 - Veterinary Physiology II, Spring 2017

              VM 7520 - Veterinary Physiology II, Spring 2017

              VM/ADVS7519 - Physiology I, Fall 2016

              ADVS, VM 7519 - Veterinary Physiology I, Fall 2016

              ADVS, VM 7520 - Veterinary Physiology II, Spring 2016

              VM 7519 - Veterinary Physiology I, Fall 2015

              VM 7520 - Veterinary Physiology II, Spring 2015

              VM 7519 - Physiology I, Fall 2014

              ADVS 2200 - , Spring 2014


              Graduate Students Mentored