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David Shyr, MD

Dr. Shyr has staff privileges at CHOC Orange



Special Interests:
Acute leukemia and mycelomoliterative disorders

Research Focus:
WNT signaling pathways in tumorigenesis

Published Works:

Physician Bio

David Shyr, M.D. is a pediatric hematology/oncology fellow at CHOC Children’s. He earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin and did his residency at the University of California, San Diego. He is the recipient of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation Fellowship Award for 2010-2011. Dr. Shyr’s clinical interests include acute leukemia and mycelomoliterative disorders. Currently, Dr. Shyr is a research fellow investigating WNT signaling pathways in tumorigenesis.

Published Works

Medforth CJ, Haddad RE, Muzzi CM, Dooley NR, Jaquinod L, Shyr DC, Nurco DJ, Olmstead MM, Smith KM, Ma JG, Shelnutt JA (2003) “Unusual aryl-porphyrin rotational barriers in peripherally crowded porphyrins Inorg Chem” 42:2227-41.

Kadish KM, Lin M, Van Caemelbecke E, De Stefano G, Medforth CJ, Nurco DJ, Nelson NY, Krattinger B, Muzzi CM, Jaquinod L, Xu Y, Shyr DC, Smith KM, Shelnutt JA (2002) “Influence of electronic and structural effects on the oxidative behavior of nickel porphyrins” Inorg Chem 41:6673-87.

Shyr DC, Puthenveetil G (2010) Effect of immune therapy on PNH clone size and bone marrow Cellularity. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology (Montréal, Canada, April 8).

Shyr DC, Torno L (2009) Langerhan’s cell histiocytosis presenting as mediastinal mass. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Histiocyte Society (Bilbao, Spain, September 15-17).

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