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Director, Mass Spectrometry Lab
Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Kenneth D. Setchell, PhD, joined the tenured faculty of the Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1984, having moved from the Clinical Research Centre of the Medical Research Council, (UK) where he previously held a tenured scientific position. In 1973 he obtained a PhD in steroid biochemistry from the University of London. He was then awarded a fellowship from The Royal Society for post-doctoral studies at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden (1974-1975) in the application of mass spectrometry to clinical and biomedical problems specifically relating to the steroid hormone field. He returned to the United Kingdom to a scientific position in the Division of Clinical Chemistry at the Medical Research Council's Clinical Research Centre where he continued his research in the field of steroids, expanding into cholesterol and bile acid metabolism as it related to gastrointestinal diseases. His parallel research discoveries of the first mammalian lignans later led to the discovery of soy isoflavones in humans, their association with soy intake, and established his research in the area of bioactive plant constituents and human nutrition and disease.
In September 1984, Dr. Setchell moved to Cincinnati to become director of a new Clinical Mass Spectrometry facility at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, and he is now a tenured professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the UC College of Medicine. His research program is internationally recognized as a leader in several areas of research that established collaborations with other groups from England, Italy, Germany, France Sweden, Canada and Australia. He has consulted with pharmaceutical and food companies, and to industries involved in clinical and biochemical research. Dr. Setchell cites >200 scientific publications and has presented over 250 papers at national and international symposia, while serving on national and international committees and editorial boards of international journals. Dr. Setchell was awarded the 1997 Gilbride award by the Canadian Liver Foundation for his contributions to the diagnosis and treatment of liver disease. He received awards from the AOCS at the 3rd International Symposium on the "Role of Soy in Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease" in 1999 for his outstanding contributions to increasing understanding and awareness of the health benefits of soy foods and soybean constituents, and from North American Menopause Society (NAMS) 2000 annual award for his research on soy and women's health. He received the Roche 2003 International Award for Innovative Research in Human Nutrition for his discoveries of classes of phytoestrogens and the 2004 Adolf Windaus Prize for research on bile acids and the discovery of genetic defects in the cholesterol-bile acid pathway causing liver disease.
Some of his most significant research contributions include the following:
Kenneth D. Setchell, PhD5/14/2020
Electronic Health Record–Embedded Decision Support Platform for Morphine Precision Dosing in Neonates.
Vinks, AA; Punt, NC; Menke, F; Kirkendall, E; Butler, D; Duggan, TJ; Cortezzo, DE; Kiger, S; Dietrich, T; Spencer, P; et al.
Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics.
Improving natural product research translation: From source to clinical trial.
Sorkin, BC; Kuszak, AJ; Bloss, G; Fukagawa, NK; Hoffman, FA; Jafari, M; Barrett, B; Brown, PN; Bushman, FD; Casper, SJ; et al.
The FASEB journal : official publication of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.
Combination of acid beta-glucosidase mutation and Saposin C deficiency in mice reveals Gba1 mutation dependent and tissue-specific disease phenotype.
Liou, B; Zhang, W; Fannin, V; Quinn, B; Ran, H; Xu, K; Setchell, KD R; Witte, D; Grabowski, GA; Sun, Y.
Study of Environmental Enteropathy and Malnutrition (SEEM) in Pakistan: protocols for biopsy based biomarker discovery and validation.
Iqbal, NT; Syed, S; Sadiq, K; Khan, MN; Iqbal, J; Ma, JZ; Umrani, F; Ahmed, S; Maier, EA; Denson, LA; et al.
Disarranged Sphingolipid Metabolism From Sphingosine-1-Phosphate Lyase Deficiency Leads to Congenital Nephrotic Syndrome.
Taylor, VA; Stone, HK; Schuh, MP; Zhao, X; Setchell, KD; Erkan, E.
Kidney International Reports.
Data analysis of MS-based clinical lipidomics studies with crossover design: A tutorial mini-review of statistical methods.
Zhao, X; Niu, L; Clerici, C; Russo, R; Byrd, M; Setchell, KD R.
Clinical Mass Spectrometry.
The FOXM1 Inhibitor RCM-1 Decreases Carcinogenesis and Nuclear beta-Catenin.
Shukla, S; Milewski, D; Pradhan, A; Rama, N; Rice, K; Le, T; Flick, MJ; Vaz, S; Zhao, X; Setchell, KD; et al.
Molecular Cancer Therapeutics.
Analysis of the MILES cohort reveals determinants of disease progression and treatment response in lymphangioleiomyomatosis.
Gupta, N; Lee, H; Young, LR; Strange, C; Moss, J; Singer, LG; Nakata, K; Barker, AF; Chapman, JT; Brantly, ML; et al.
The European respiratory journal : official journal of the European Society for Clinical Respiratory Physiology.
L-Arginine Synthesis from L-Citrulline in Myeloid Cells Drives Host Defense against Mycobacteria In Vivo.
Lange, SM; McKell, MC; Schmidt, SM; Zhao, J; Crowther, RR; Green, LC; Bricker, RL; Arnett, E; Kohler, SE; Schlesinger, LS; et al.
Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950).
Rational identification of a Cdc42 inhibitor presents a new regimen for long-term hematopoietic stem cell mobilization.
Liu, W; Du, W; Shang, X; Wang, L; Evelyn, C; Florian, MC; Ryan, MA; Rayes, A; Zhao, X; Setchell, K; et al.
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