Israel and Romania, Veterinary Schools
Exchange of Scholars, seminar presentation and participation at international meetings and congresses. Reviewer for international journals and also peer reviewer for international “Spontaneous Tumor Program” – France.
Ph.D. Experimental Pathology, Michigan State University 1984
M.S. Veterinary Pathobiology, Ohio State University 1981
D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, Institute of Agronomy, Yassy, Romania 1966
Texas Veterinary Medical Specialty License: 0143-S
THE PATHOGENESIS OF BORNAVIRAL DISEASE IN MAMMALS
Ian Tizard*, Judith Ball, George Stoica, Susan Payne.
Animal Health Research Reviews. Published, .
Cancer stem cell microenvironment in canine glioblastoma development: Animal model for human disease. Int. J PatholClinRes.
Cancer stem cell microenvironment in canine glioblastoma development:Animal model for human disease.
Cancer stem cell microenvironment in canine glioblastoma development: Animal model for human disease
Cancer Stem Cells: Current Status and Future Directions
The Veterinary Jpurnal.
Potential role of alpha synuclein in the pathogenesis of neurodegeneration in a rat animal model
Metabolic analysis of striatum tissue from Parkinson’s disease- like rats by ion mobility mass spectrometry (ESI-IMMS).
Xing Zhang, Veronica M. Chiu, George Stoica, James O. Schenk and Herbert H. Hill, Jr.
Anal Chem. .
The growth of the canine glioblastoma cell line D-GBM and the canine histiocytoma cell line DH82 is inhibited by the resveratrol oligomers hopeaphenol and r2-viniferin.
Michael Empl, Sebastian Macke, Peter Winterhalter, Christina Puff, Stephanie Lapp, George Stoica, Wolfgang Baumgartner and Pablo Steinberg.
Vet Comp Oncol.
MicroRNA profiling and the role of microRNA-132 in neurodegeneration using a rat model.
Lungu G, Stoica G, Ambrus A.
Neuroscience Letters 553.