Auersperg N.  Article by Natalie Banet and Robert J Kurman – Two types of ovarian cortical inclusion cysts: Proposed origin and possible role in ovarian serous carcinogenesis; Int. J Gynecol Pathol 2015;34:3-8.

Veigel D, Wagner R, Stubiger G, Wuczkowski M, Filipits M, Horvat R, Benhamu B, Lopez-Rodriguez ML, Leisser A, Valent P, Grushc M, Hegardt FG, Garcia J, Serra D, Auersperg N, Colomer R, Grunt TW.  Fatty acid synthase is a metabolic marker of cell proliferation rather than malignancy in ovarian cancer and its precursor cells.  Int J Cancer. 2015 May 1;136(9):2078-90.

Auersperg N.  The stem-cell profile of ovarian surface epithelium is reproduced in the oviductal fimbrae, with increased stem-cell marker density in distal parts of the fimbriae.  Int J Gynecol Pathol. 2013 Sep;32(5):444-53.

Auersperg N.  Ovarian surface epithelium as a source of ovarian cancers: unwarranted speculation or evidence-based hypothesis?  Gynecol Oncol. 2013 Jul;130(1):246-51.

Auersperg N.  The origin of ovarian cancers – hypotheses and controversies.  Front Biosci (Schol Ed). 2013 Jan 1;5:709-19.

Cheng JC, Auersperg N, Leung PC.  TGF-beta induces serous borderline ovarian tumor cell invasion by activating EMT but triggers apoptosis in low-grade serous ovarian carcinoma cells.  PLoS One.  2012;7(8):e42436.


Invited Presentations:

Auersperg N.  Stem cells and the origin of serous ovarian cancers.  Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Seattle, WA. 2015.





Ovarian cancer biology, in vitro models

Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society