Aline Matsuo

Aline Matsuo, Ph.D.

  • Sr. Administrative Support to Dr. Don J. Diamond, Department of Experimental Therapeutics

Aline Matsuo, Ph.D.

  • 2016, Assistant/Consultant at Prop & Peller Gourmet Pretzels, Las Vegas, NV (telecommuting)
  • 2016, Temporary Accounting Assistant at Silbereich & Associates Tax Office, Burbank, CA
  • 2014-2016, Bilingual (Portuguese/English) Ads Quality Rater for Google (telecommuting)
  • 2007-2016, Owner/Administrator of Diversity Deals eBay Online Store (Top Rated Power Seller)
  • 2015, Patient Screener/Recruiter for Clinical Trials, PatientStar, Moorestown, NJ (telecommuting)
  • 2006-2007, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of California, Riverside, CA
  • 2005-2006, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN
  • 2005, Research Assistant, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
  • 2003, Visiting Research Scholar, Biology Department, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA
  • 2001-2002, Visiting Research Scholar, Department of Biology, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
  • 2004, National Institute for Research in the Amazon, Brazil, Ph.D. , Aquatic Biology
  • 1998, National Institute for Research in the Amazon, Brazil, M.Sc., Aquatic Biology
  • 1994, University of São Paulo, Brazil, B.S.,  Biology, minor Zoology
  • Matsuo, AYO, Gallagher, EP, Trute, M, Stapleton, PL, Levado, R, Schlenk, D, 2008. Characterization of Phase I biotransformation enzymes in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology C, Toxicology and Pharmacology 147: 78-84.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Val, AL, 2007. Acclimation to humic substances prevents whole body sodium loss and stimulates branchial calcium uptake in cardinal tetras (Paracheirodon axelrodi Shultz) subjected to extremely low pH. Journal of Fish Biology 70: 989-1000.
  • Mosadeghi, S, Furnes, B, Matsuo, AYO, Schlenk, D, 2007. Expression and characterization of cytochrome P450 2X1 in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus).  Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1770: 1045-1052.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Val, AL, 2007. Dietary tissue cadmium accumulation in an Amazonian teleost (tambaqui, Colossoma macropomum). Brazilian Journal of Biology 67: 657-661.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Woodin, BR, Reddy, CM, Val, AL, Stegeman, JJ, 2006. Humic substances and crude oil induce CYP1A expression in the Amazonian fish species Colossoma macropomum (tambaqui). Environmental Science and Technology 40: 2851-2858.
  • Steinberg, CEW, Kamara, S, Peuthert, A, Prokhotskaya, VY, Grigutyte, R, Manusadzianas, L, Karasyova, TA, Timofeyev, MA, Kolesnichenko, AV, Jie, Z, Paul, A, Meinelt, T, Farjalla, VF, Matsuo, AYO, Burnison, BK, Menzel, R, 2006. Dissolved humic substances – ecological driving forces from the individual to the ecosystem level. Freshwater Biology 51: 1189-1210.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Wood, CM, Val, AL, 2005. Effects of copper and cadmium on ion transport and gill metal binding in the Amazonian teleost tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum) in extremely soft water. Aquatic Toxicology 74: 351-364.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Duarte, RM, Val, AL, 2005. Unidirectional sodium fluxes and gill CYP1A induction in an Amazonian fish (Hyphessobrycon erythrostigma) exposed to a surfactant and to crude oil. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 75: 851-858.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Playle, RC, Val, AL, Wood, CM, 2004. Physiological action of dissolved organic matter in rainbow trout in the presence and absence of copper: sodium uptake kinetics and unidirectional flux rates in hard and soft water. Aquatic Toxicology 70: 63-81.
  • Baldisserotto, B, Kamunde, C, Matsuo, A, Wood, CM, 2004. Acute waterborne cadmium uptake in rainbow trout is reduced by dietary calcium carbonate. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 137C: 363-372.
  • Baldisserotto, B, Kamunde, C, Matsuo, A, Wood, CM, 2004. A protective effect of dietary calcium against acute waterborne cadmium uptake in rainbow trout. Aquatic Toxicology 67: 57-73.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Val, AL, 2003. Fish adaptations to Amazonian blackwaters. Pp. 1-36 In: Val, A.L. and Kapoor, B.G. (eds.), Fish Adaptations, Science Publishers Inc., Enfield, New Hampshire (Book Chapter).
  • Wood, CM, Matsuo, AYO, Gonzalez, RJ, Wilson, RW, Patrick, ML, Playle, RC, Val, AL, 2003. Protection by natural blackwater against disturbances in ion fluxes caused by low pH exposure in freshwater stingrays endemic to the Rio Negro. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76: 12-27.
  • Wood, CM, Matsuo, AYO, Gonzalez, RJ, Wilson, RW, Patrick, ML, Val, AL, 2002. Mechanisms of ion transport in Potamotrygon, a stenohaline freshwater elasmobranch native to the ion-poor blackwaters of the Rio Negro. Journal of Experimental Biology 205: 3039-3054.
  • Matsuo, AYO, Val, AL, 2002. Low pH and calcium effects on net Na+ and K+ fluxes in two catfish species from the Amazon River (Corydoras: Callichthyidae). Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research 35: 361-367.
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