George Liu, M.D., Ph.D.

Specialty

Infectious Diseases

Organization

Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego

Medical Group / IPA

CPMG/RCHN/RCSSD

Medical School

UC San Diego

Residency

University of California - Davis

Fellowship

UC San Diego

Board Certifications

Infectious Diseases

Gender

M

Bio

Dr. George Liu is chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and a professor of pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine.

Dr. Liu divides his time between clinical care, research and administrative duties. His research focuses on understanding basic interactions between methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and the host immune system, with an aim to discover novel vaccine approaches to combat antimicrobial resistance.

Prior to joining Rady Children's, he was a professor of pediatrics at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Dr. Liu completed his fellowship training in pediatric infectious diseases at Rady Children's. He earned his medical degree from UC San Diego School of Medicine and his doctorate from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom).




Publications

Propionibacterium acnes-induced immunopathology correlates with health and disease association
Kolar SL, Tsai CM, Torres J, Fan X, Li H, Liu GY

Young bone marrow transplantation preserves learning and memory in old mice
Das MM, Godoy M, Chen S, Moser VA, Avalos P, Roxas KM, Dang I, Yanez A, Zhang W, Bresee C, Arditi M, Liu GY, Svendsen CN, odridge HS

Overexpression of the C-domain of angiotensin-converting enzyme reduces melanoma growth by stimulating M1 macrophage polarization
Khan Z, Cao DY, Giani JF, Bernstein EA, Veiras LC, Fuchs S, Wang Y, Peng Z, Kalkum M, Liu GY, Bernstein KE

YpdA, a putative bacillithiol disulfide reductase, contributes to cellular redox homeostasis and virulence in Staphylococcus aureus
Mikheyeva IV, Thomas JM, Kolar SL, Corvaglia AR, Gaia N, Leo S, Francois P, Liu GY, Rawat M, Cheung AL

Targeting fundamental pathways to disrupt Staphylococcus aureus survival: clinical implications of recent discoveries
Thomsen IP, Liu GY

O-Acetylation of Peptidoglycan Limits Helper T Cell Priming and Permits Staphylococcus aureus Reinfection

Sanchez M1, Kolar SL1, Mller S2, Reyes CN3, Wolf AJ3, Ogawa C3, Singhania R4, De Carvalho DD5, Arditi M1, Underhill DM3, Martins GA6, Liu GY7

Angiotensin-converting enzyme enhances the oxidative response and bactericidal activity of neutrophils
Khan Z1,2, Shen XZ3, Bernstein EA1,2, Giani JF1,2, Eriguchi M1,2, Zhao TV1,2, Gonzalez-Villalobos RA1,2,4, Fuchs S5, Liu GY1,6,7, Bernstein KE1

RAS and ROS-A Story of Pseudomonas Survival
Kolar SL1, Liu GY2

Direct Antimicrobial Activity of IFN-
Kaplan A1, Lee MW2,3,4, Wolf AJ5, Limon JJ5, Becker CA5, Ding M5, Murali R6, Lee EY2,3,4, Liu GY3,7, Wong GCL8,3,4, Underhill DM9

Targeting Bacterial Abscess Formation
Kolar SL1, Liu GY2

Inflammatory properties of antibiotic-treated bacteria
Wolf AJ1,2, Liu GY2,3, Underhill DM4

Group B Streptococcus Evades Host Immunity by Degrading Hyaluronan
Kolar SL1, Kyme P1, Tseng CW1, Soliman A1, Kaplan A2, Liang J3, Nizet V4, Jiang D5, Murali R6, Arditi M1, Underhill DM2, Liu GY7

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