Cecelia Yates-Binder, PhD


Cecelia Yates-Binder, Ph.D.
Peer Mentor since 2009
Faculty Mentor since 2011




Cecelia C. Yates-Binder is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in the Department of Pathology. Dr. Yates-Binder conducts research in the field of dermatopathology and the emerging fields of stem cell biology and regenerative medicine/tissue engineering. Currently, she is using cell transplantation technology to correct excessive scarring. She earned her doctorate in Integrative Science and Pathology from Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL, in conjunction with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. She has been recognized by the Experimental Pathologist in Graduate Training award, European Tissue Repair Young Investigator award, and was named as the ASIP Excellence in Science awardee for 2011, as well as other training and travel awards from FASEB, ASIP, and the Wound Healing Society. Dr. Yates-Binder is a member of the American Society for Investigative Pathology, Wound Healing Society, The Endocrine Society and Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society. She serves on several national committees and is a reviewer for Wound Repair and Regeneration and Acta Dermato-Venereologica. Dr. Yates-Binder has basic research publications in the top ranked pathology journal, The American Journal of Pathology, and in Wound Repair and Regeneration, Circulation Research, and applied communication in Biomaterials.



Mentor's Motivational Message


Contact Information

Affiliation:  Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Institution/Address:  Department of Pathology
 University of Pittsburgh
 3550 Terrace Street, S-711Scaife Hall
 Pittsburgh, PA 15218
Phone:  412.624.0613
Fax:  N/A
Email:  cey4@pitt.edu
FASEB Society Member:  ASIP, TES
Scientific Discipline:  Pathology
ABRCMS 2011 Mentor:  YES












Breaking the Ice - Cecelia's "Q&A"

 Have you ever jumped out of a plane?

 No, but I plan to real soon.

 What's the oldest piece of clothing you still own and wear?

 Socks from when I was in the 10th grade.

 Do you have a handbag/wallet that best describes your personality?

 Yes, it is solid black on the outside and many wild colors in the inside.

 Would you rather lead or follow?

 I prefer to lead but I always try to recognize when I am better served in a supportive role.

 What is your favorite sport?


 What is the number of auto accidents you have been in?

  Seventeen (17).

 What's your favorite thing to do in the summer?


 What is the most beautiful thing about people?

 Variety and diversity.

 Coffee or Tea?


 What are your favorite hobbies?

 Dancing, reading and sightseeing.



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