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1. Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons Annual Meeting November, 2010
2. Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI Eastern Orthopaedic Association Meeting October, 2010
3. Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI. European Bone and Joint Infection Society Meeting September, 2010
4. Mass Spec-Based Molecular Diagnostics Provide for Comprehensive Pathogen Screening. Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious Disease Conference, Cambridge Healthtech Institute August, 2010
5. LC-FTICR-MS for targeted proteomics: characterization of tetrahydroquinoline natural product biosynthetic proteins of symbiotic bacteria from macroorganismal assemblies 58th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry August, 2010
6. The Ibis Universal Biosensor: Next-generation Molecular Diagnostics for Orthopaedic Infections The 20th Annual Open Scientific Meeting of the Musculoskeletal Infection Society, Marina del Rey, California August, 2010
7. 3D visualization and quantification of the biofilm EPS matrix and the formation of complex tertiary structures 3D visualization and quantification of the biofilm EPS matrix and the formation of complex tertiary structures August, 2010
8. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) antigenemia and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) indicators for preemptive therapy in bone marrow transplant recipients 11th Annual Clinical Virology Symposium and Annual Meeting of the Pan American Group for Rapid Viral Diagnosis August, 2010
9. Successful Identification of Infecting Pathogens in Culture-Negative Cases of PJI Musculo-Skeletal Infection Society Meeting August, 2010
10. Diagnosis of bacterial biofilms in chronic otitis media. Workshop on: Diagnosis of bacterial biofilm infections Neils Hoiby, Convenor 20th ECCMID (European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases April, 2010
11. Bacterial Plurality Provides a new Rubric for Understanding Chronic Infections and Bacterial Persistence Skin Diseases Research Center, Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals Case Medical Center. April, 2010
12. Unprecedented Levels of Genomic Plasticity among Gardnerella Vaginalis Strains may Explain the Paradox of why it has been Associated both with Healthy Vaginal Biofilms and Pathologic Biofilm Overgrowth 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms November, 2009
13. Genetic Diversification and Division of Labor 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms November, 2009
14. Evening Session: Evolution and Biofilms 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms November, 2009
15. Pathogenic Correlates of the Distributed Genome Hypothesis Department of Human Genetics, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh November, 2009
16. In Situ Evolution of S. pneumoniae Strains During a Chronic Pediatric Biofilm Disease 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms November, 2009
17. Identification of an Haemophilus influenzae virulence gene family 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms November, 2009
18. Identification of a Haemophilus influenzae virulence gene family. Drexel University College of Medicine Discovery Day October, 2009
19. Comparative genomic analyses of 10 clinical isolates of Gardnerella vaginalis demonstrate extremely high levels of variability within the species leading to a very small core genome and a very large supragenome Drexel University College of Medicine Discovery Day October, 2009
20. Supragenome arrays for assessing the genic content of Haemophilus influenzae strains. Drexel University College of Medicine Discovery Day October, 2009
21. Evolution of Streptococcus pneumoniae via horizontal gene transfer during a chronic polyclonal pediatric infection Drexel University College of Medicine Discovery Day October, 2009
22. Role of the capsule in the virulence difference between closely related Streptococcus pneumonia stains SV35 and SV36 Drexel University College of Medicine Discovery Day October, 2009
23. Establishing an animal model of Dupuytren s contracture by profiling genes associated with fibrosis Drexel University College of Medicine Discovery Day October, 2009
24. Comparative genomic analyses of 10 clinical isolates of Gardnerella vaginalis demonstrates extremely high levels of variability within the species leading to a very small core genome and a very large supragenome. 17th Annual Microbial Genomics Conference October, 2009
25. Evolution of Streptococcus pneumoniae via horizontal gene transfer during a chronic polyclonal pediatric infection 17th Annual Microbial Genomics Conference October, 2009
26. Using the Core Genome as a Taxonomic Tool to Determine Bacterial Species Boundaries and Inclusions 17th Annual Microbial Genomics Conference October, 2009
27. Extensive Evolution of Streptococcus pneumoniae via Horizontal Gene Transfer During Polyclonal Chronic Infection 49th ICAAC September, 2009
28. Pediatric adenoids ecology and otitis media: is biofilm formation the linkage? Eurobiofilms2009 September, 2009
29. Population-level virulence factors associated with chronic bacterial biofilm infections Eurobiofilms2009 September, 2009
30. Advanced imaging techniques and clinical diagnostics in biofilm research. Eurobiofilms2009 September, 2009
31. Comparative genomic analysis of temperate bacteriophages in Streptococcus pneumoniae allows the development of a prophage typing system and the study of prophage carriage in clinical isolates Europneumo 2009 June, 2009
32. Advisory Panel Meeting for Abbott Molecular’s Ibis Division Development of a Wound Healing Diagnostic. April, 2009
33. Bacterital Plurality: A new rubric for understanding bacterial diversity and pathogenesis Shangdong University, Jinan, Shangdong CHINA March, 2009
34. Development and Application of a Global Comparative Genomics Pipeline for Performing Inter-isolate Analyses within Microbial Species Symposium on: Computational Approaches for Metagenomic and Supragenomic Data Sets. February, 2009
35. Quantitation of Horizontal Gene Transfer among bacterial strains during infection DARPA FUNBIO Program Conference February, 2009
36. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis and other Population-based Bacterial Virulence Factors Division of Oncology/Hematology, Department of Medicine, SUNY Upstate Medical Center January, 2009
37. Title pending Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious Disease Conference. Cambridge Healthtech Institute January, 2009
38. The Biofilm Paradigm provides a framework for understanding Chronic Infectious Diseaeses of the Mucosa. House Ear Institute Workshop on Biofilms December, 2008
39. 454-based DNA Sequence Analyses of the Human Nasopharyngeal Microbiome for Quantitative Species Identification and Characterizing Species' Supragenomes University of Michigan Ann Arbor December, 2008
40. Genomic-Scale Intraspecies Phenotype-Genotype Correlations for the Identification of Disease-Specific Virulence Factors Department of Genetics, University of Nebraska Medical Center November, 2008
41. Bacterial Genomics Provides a New Window for Understanding Chronic Infectious Processes Department of Genetics, University of Nebraska Medical Center, November, 2008
42. Antibacterials – Molecular Microbiology, Ehrlich II 2nd World Congress on Magic Bullets October, 2008
43. Prediction of species-specific targets for the development of STAMPs (specific targeted antibacterial peptides) based on analyses of species-level supragenomes developed from massive whole genome sequencing of multiple clinical strains EHRLICH II, Nurenburg October, 2008
44. Defining Nasopharyngeal Microbiomes and Charaterizing the Core and Supragenomes of Pathogenic Bacterial Species using 454-based Sequencing Strategies 454 Users Group Meeting, New Haven September, 2008
45. Using the 454 Next Generation Sequencing System to Interrogate the Intraspecies Genomic Variability among Pathogenic Bacteria University of Pennsylvania, Philadephia September, 2008
46. Overview of culture and molecular diagnostic techniques AAO-HNS Miniseminar: Culture or PCR for Infectious Disease, AAO-HNS Annual Meeting September, 2008
47. Options for Rapid Molecular Testing of Infectious Disease Agents Styrker Orthopedics, Infectious Disease Panel Meeting, Mahwah September, 2008
48. Bioengineering approaches to Human Structural Problems Conference on Orthodontic Advances in Science & Technology, Asilomar Conference Center September, 2008
49. Assessment of Biofilm Formation by Luminescent Bacteria and Evaluation of Bactericidal Activity Using a High-Throughput Biofilm Testing Method 108th General Meeting American Society for Microbiology June, 2008
50. Bacterial Supragenomes and the Distributed Genome Hypothesis: How they Inform with Respect to Vaccine Development 11th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research, a National Foundation for Infectious Diseases Meeting May, 2008
51. Breakfast with the Expert: How Supragenomes affect Vaccine Design. 11th Annual Conference on Vaccine Research May, 2008
52. Identification of NTHi Barrier Strains for the Prevention of Otitis Media 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology May, 2008
53. Whole genome sequencing and comparative genomic analyses among 25 NTHi strains supports the Distributed Genome Hypothesis and had important ramifications for pathogenicity. HinMax, Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS May, 2008
54. Biofilms and Chronic Otitis: H. influenzae and Beyond, Symposium 5302: Biofilms in Otitis, Sinusitis, and Lower Airway Disease American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting March, 2008
55. Respiratory Bacterial Pathogens Utilize Polyclonal Infections and a Distributed Genome as Population-based Chronic Virulence Traits 9th Annual meeting on Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT), Marco Island Marriott Resort and Golf Club February, 2008
56. Symposium on: Computational Approaches for Metagenomic and Supragenomic Data Sets ABRF, Memphis TN February, 2008
57. High-Throughput Molecular Genetics. Presidential Symposium, Association for Research in Otolaryngology 31st Annual Mid-Winter Meeting February, 2008
58. The Genetic Case for Multi-component Microbicides USC Microbicide Interactive Workshop November, 2007
59. The USC HIV/AIDS Microbicide Interactive Davidson Conference Center USC Campus, Los Angeles November, 2007
60. Bacteria as Multicellular Organisms: Population-Level Virulence Factors Department of Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences University of Southern California School of Pharmacy October, 2007
61. Bioengineering Approaches for the in situ Diagnosis and Treatment of Biofilm Infections. University of Southern California, School of Engineering, Department of Bioengineering September, 2007
62. Comparative Genomic Analyses of Seventeen Streptococcus pneumoniae Strains: Insights into the Pneumococcal Supragenome Late-breaker session; 47th ICAAC September, 2007
63. invited participant and presenter USC Microbiology Retreat September, 2007
64. Bacterial Plurality: A new Rubric for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Pathogenesis. University of Southern California, College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, Department of Molecular and Computational Biology September, 2007
65. Differential expression analysis of scarless wound healing by microarray Wound Healing Society August, 2007
66. Polyclonal Infections, Biofilms, and the Distributed Genome Hypothesis Explain Bacterial Persistence in Chronic Infections BioCentrum-Danish Technical University Copenhagen August, 2007
67. Clone 13 gene is differentially regulated in scarless wound healing Wound Healing Society August, 2007
68. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis Provides a Basis for Understanding Chronic Otitis Media and other Chronic Mucosal Infections University of Southern California, School of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology July, 2007
69. The Biofilm Paradigm and the Distributed Genome Hypothesis Provide a useful Rubric for the Study of Chronic Bacterial Infections such as Otitis Media with Effusion, Abstract MS10 9th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media, June, 2007
70. Mini Symposium 3: Biofilms in Otitis Media 9th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media June, 2007
71. Microbiology and Immunology Panel Ninth Research Conference on Recent Advances in Otitis Media. St. Petersburg Beach June, 2007
72. Biofilms as Bacterial Breeding Grounds: A Counterpoint to the Adaptive Host Response. Abstract MS15 9th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media June, 2007
73. Genetic Diversity & Evolution among Respiratory Mucosal Bacterial Pathogens Ibis Division/Isis Corporation May, 2007
74. Identification of a Host-Interacting Protein Family in Haemophilus influenzae. 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology May, 2007
75. Localization of upper respiratory pathogens in pediatric adenoids exhibits biofilm formation. 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology May, 2007
76. Comparative Genomics of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PKS6, a Mutant Derivative of PA01 that Displays a Hyper-Dispersive Phenotype after Biofilm Formation 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology May, 2007
77. A Novel Method for 3D Visualization and Quantification of the Biofilm Slime Matrix Reveals Complex Tertiary Structures. 07th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, May, 2007
78. Applications from the Study of Craniofacial Genetics to Warfighter Wound Healing University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, Department of Craniofacial Biology May, 2007
79. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis Provides a Basis for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Pathogenesis University of Southern California, School of Dentistry, Department of Infectious Diseases May, 2007
80. Clinically Relevant Strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae Form Biofilms and Exhibit Variability in the Extent of Polysaccharide Matrix Production and Resistance to Antibiotics 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology March, 2007
81. Poster. Imaging Biofilms in Clinical Samples 4th ASM Conference on Biofilms March, 2007
82. Investigations of Dormant Cells in Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms. Poster. 4th ASM Conference on Biofilms March, 2007
83. Bacterial Biofilms: Standards for Clinical Diagnostics. Are we there Yet? Plenary Session Talk 4th ASM Conference on Biofilms March, 2007
84. Evening Session 3 Genetic Diversity and Evolution 4th ASM Conference on Biofilms March, 2007
85. Whole Genome Sequencing and Comparison of Two Strains of Pathogenic NTHi 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology March, 2007
86. Augmentation of Virulence in Two Oxidoreductase Mutants of Streptococcus pneumoniae. 107th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology March, 2007
87. Microsensor Measurements of Local Metabolic Activity in ex vivo Dental Biofilms Treated with Chlorhexidine. 4th ASM Conference on Biofilms March, 2007
88. Characterizing the NTHi and Pneumococcal Supragenomes in Light of the Distributed Genome Hypothesis Evening Session 3 – Genetic Diversity and Evolution. 4th ASM Conference on Biofilms March, 2007
89. Haemophilus influenzae is a professional pathogen Medtronics Mini-Round Table on Haemophilus influenzae Mucosal Biofilms Relating to Otitis Media and Chronic Rhinosinustitis February, 2007
90. Chinchilla Middle Ear cDNA Library Investigation Association for Research in Otolaryngology 30th Annual Midwinter Meeting, Denver Colordo February, 2007
91. Stryker Orthopedics Infectious Diseases Panel January, 2007
92. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis Explains Chronicity in Persistent Bacterial Infections Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles January, 2007
93. Characterization of Pathogenic Bacterial Supragenomes via 454-based sequence analysis. Cornell University School of Medicine January, 2007
94. The Yak Gut Microbiome Project Penn State Biomass Energy Center and Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department, Pennsylvania State University November, 2006
95. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis and Modeling the H. influenzae Supragenome La Sapienza (University of Rome) Rome October, 2006
96. Identification of a novel gene involved in scarless wound healing. Wound Healing Society Scotsdale August, 2006
97. Biofilms and the Distributed Genome Hypothesis, or how Chronic Bacterial Pathogens Utilize Phenotypic and Genotypic Diversity Mechanisms to Overcome Host Defenses Ibis, San Diego August, 2006
98. CCT- eta as a mediator of scarless wound healing Wound Healing Society Scotsdale August, 2006
99. Mucin gene exploration and identification in middle ear epithelium Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting August, 2006
100. Role of CCT-eta in the Biology of Scarless Wound Healing. Plastic Surgery Research Council, Danapoint, California (2006). (Poster - Best Poster Presentation - Ist place). August, 2006
101. Symposium: What bacterial genomes actually exist in real ecosystems, and which genes are actually expressed in natural and pathogenic processes? ASM General Meeting May, 2006
102. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis and the selection of strains for sequencing. Symposium: What bacterial genomes actually exist in real ecosystems, and which genes are actually expressed in natural and pathogenic processes? 106th ASM General Meeting May, 2006
103. Evidence of A Pneumococcal Supragenome: Complete Genomic Sequencing and Virulence Phenotyping of Eight Low-Passage Clinical Isolates American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting May, 2006
104. Differential Expression of Genes in in vitro Biofilm and Planktonic Pseudomonas aeruginosa Strains Isolated from Pediatric Chronic Otitis Media Specimens. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting May, 2006
105. McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine Fifth Annual Retreat. Workshop on Gene Therapy. Nemacolin Woodlands March, 2006
106. Scarless Wound Healing. McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine Fifth Annual Retreat. Workshop on Gene Therapy. Nemacolin Woodland March, 2006
107. Diagnostic and Treatment Strategies for Arthroplastic Biofilms Infections Stryker Corporations Infectious Diseases Panel, Mahwah, NJ January, 2006
108. scheduled unable to attend GPRWMF Research Meeting, Perth January, 2006
109. The Origins of Genomic Plasticity: is Horizontal Gene transfer a population-based virulence factor? National Institute of Microbiology at the Chinese Academy of Science November, 2005
110. Bacterial Plurality: How studying the microbial ecology of otitis media led to the development of a new rubric for understanding chronic bacterial infections Phillips Oral Healrth Care MICROBIAL BIOFILMS SYMPOSIUM of the Big Biofilm Bash: Systems Biology Affecting Humans and the Environment October, 2005
111. Retreat on Santa Catalina Island to plan a series of biofilm books Retreat on Santa Catalina Island to plan a series of biofilm books October, 2005
112. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis explains the Genomic Plasticity among the NTHi 13th Annual International Conference on Microbial Genomes September, 2005
113. Stratification of S. pneumoniae Virulence Patterns in a Chinchilla Model of Otitis Media. 2005 PAS and Eastern SPR Annual Meetings August, 2005
114. Students Reasoning about Genetic Technologies: Prior Beliefs, Peers and Knowledge Representations. Proceedings of the NARST 2005 Annual Meeting August, 2005
115. UWEB 2005 Summer Symposium Imaging and diagnosing bacterial biofilm infections associated with host tissue and foreign bodies. Bugs and BioMaterials: Bacteria and the Interface August, 2005
116. Evidence for a short-range signaling system involved in active seeding dispersal from Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms 2nd ASM Conference on Prokaryotic Development August, 2005
117. At the Elbows of Scientists: Changes in Content Knowledge and Confidence during Teacher Professional Development. 3rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education August, 2005
118. Strategies for Rapidly Obtaining the Complete Genomic Sequence of Unculturable Micro-organisms Cambridge Healthtech Institute s Nucleic Acid-based Technologies Meeting, June, 2005
119. Analysis of Streptococcus pneumoniae Capsule Serotypes on Biofilm Development. American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting June, 2005
120. Innovative OM Research Biofilms and Beyond. 5th Extraordinary International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media. April, 2005
121. Otitis Media as a Biofilm Disease in Humans. American Society for Pediatric Otolaryngology Annual Meeting April, 2005
122. Bacterial Biofilms: From the Environment to Infectious Disease. Fifth Extraordinary International Meeting on Otitis Media April, 2005
123. Whole genome amplification from individual H. influenzae cells by the Multiple Displacement Amplification reaction Fifth Extraordinary International Meeting on Otitis Media, April, 2005
124. Otitis Media as a Biofilm Disease in Humans. Fifth Extraordinary International Meeting on Otitis Media April, 2005
125. Developing Experimental Systems to Test Predictions of Bacterial Plurality with respect to Chronic Infections Center for Bioiflm Engineering Seminar Series, Montana State University April, 2005
126. The Role of Genomic Diversity and Horizontal Gene Transfer Among Pathogens in Chronic OM 5th Extraordinary International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media, Amsterdam April, 2005
127. Bacterial Genomic Plasticity and Strategies for Rapidly Obtaining the Complete Genomic Sequence of Unculturable Micro-organisms The Max Planck Institute for Marine Biology, Bremen April, 2005
128. The role of Bacterial Phenotypic and Genotypic Diversity in Maintaining Chronic Infections Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Stevens Institute of Technology March, 2005
129. Biological and Engineering Approaches to the Control of Chronic Bacterial Infections. Department of Bioscience and BioTechnology Weekly Seminar Series, Drexel University March, 2005
130. Association between pathogenicity and genic diversity in Hemophilus influenzae and Streptococcus pneumoniae Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting February, 2005
131. Genes in 10 Clinical Isolates of Haemophilus influenzae and Novel (nonPA01) Genes in 12 Isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa from Pediatric Chronic Otitis Media Specimens Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting February, 2005
132. Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting February, 2005
133. Investigating the role of the com Operon in Competence and Transformation in Hemophilus influenzae Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting February, 2005
134. Pseudomonas aeruginosa Fluorescent Protein Reporter Vectors and the Investigation of Biofilm Formation Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting, February, 2005
135. Two mutations in Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis 1 (EVER1) gene are not contributors to the susceptibility to RRP Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting February, 2005
136. Pneumococcal Biofilms and the Bacterial Plurality Association for Research in Otolaryngology Annual Midwinter Meeting February, 2005
137. The Distributed Genome Hypothesis Provides an Evolutionary Mechanisms to explain Persistent Bacterial Infections Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons Workshop on Muskuloskeletal Infection November, 2004
138. Conceptualization and Development of an Intelligent Artificial Joint Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons Workshop on Muskuloskeletal Infection November, 2004
139. Bacterial Plurality: New Paradigms in Chronic Infection Explain Past Treatment Failures National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda September, 2004
140. Bacterial Plurality: New Paradigms In Chronic Infection Explain Past Treatment Failures. NIDCD Council Meeting September, 2004
141. Bacterial Biofilms Represent a Unique Tissue Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative Summer Intern Symposium August, 2004
142. Characterization of Streptococcus pneumoniae Biofilm Formation. American Society of Microbiology Annual Meeting May, 2004
143. Genomic Plasticity and Horizontal Gene Transfer in Middle-ear Pathogens 454 Life Sciences, Branford Connecticut April, 2004
144. Gene Expression changes in peripheral blood mononuclear cells from Multiple Sclerosis patients undergoing ß-interferon. 56th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology April, 2004
145. Expression of Leukotriene singalling Pathways Genes in Normal an Inflamed Middle-Ear Mucosa in the Chinchilla Model of Otitis Media ARO Midwinter Research Meeting, Daytona Beach, February, 2004
146. Construction, Charcterization, and Interrogation of a Microarray Specific to Healing Fetal Wounds ARO Midwinter Research Meeting February, 2004
147. A Systems Approach to BioMedical Research Southern Illinois University School of Medicine February, 2004
148. Development of a Multidiscip0linary Strategy for Biological Research in the 21st Century. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Illinois February, 2004
149. Testing the Distributed Genome Hypothesis as a Model of Chronic Bacterial Pathogenesis Columbus Children’s Research Foundation/Ohio State University Department of Microbiology January, 2004
150. Fine Mapping a Gene For Severe Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux On Human Chromosome 13q14 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics. Poster # 1874/T. November, 2003
151. Least Squares Fitting Appraoch To Codon Analysis. ASM Biofilms 2003 Victoria Isalnd, BC CANADA November, 2003
152. Reservoirs for Biofilms in the Environment Evening Workshop and Discussion Session November, 2003
153. Demonstration of Extensive Genomic Plasticity among Clinical Isolates of Haemophilus influenzae and Evidence for a Population-based Supra-Genome. ASM Biofilms 2003 Victoria Isalnd, BC CANADA November, 2003
154. Clinical Correlates of the Distributed Genome Hypothesis The 18th San Diego Conference on Nucleic Acids November, 2003
155. Population-based Supra-virulence Factors and The Distributed Genome Hypothesis. Biofilms 2003 ASM Symposium, Victoria Island November, 2003
156. Biofilms in Human Organ Systems Evening Workshop and Discussion Session November, 2003
157. The distributed genome hypothesis explains many facets of persistence in chronic infections ASM Conferences: Biofilms 2003 November, 2003
158. Environmental Biofilms as a Reservoir for Pathogens Biofilms 2003 ASM Conferences November, 2003
159. Bacterial Genotypic Plurality: The Distributed Genome Hypotheses Explains many Features of Bacterial Persistence Shantou University, Shantou CHINA October, 2003
160. Correlation between Genomic Diversity and Pathogenicity Indices among HTHI Strains. Beyond Bugs and Drugs: The Infectious Disease Committee Seminar at the AAO-HNS Annual National Meeting September, 2003
161. Biofilm Formation in Chronic Suppurative Otitis Media (CSOM)-a Primate Model American Society of Pediatric Otolaryngology 2003 Annual Meeting August, 2003
162. Identification of a novel gene product expressed during scarless healing in a rabbit wound model. Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative Summer Intern Symposium August, 2003
163. Development of Intelligent Implants for Biofilm Prevention in Orthopedic Prostheses. ASM Conference on Bio-, Micro-, and Nanosystems July, 2003
164. Bacterial Phenotypic Plurality: The Mucosal Biofilm Paradigm Explains Many Features of Chronic Pathogenesis VIIIth International Meeting on Otitis Media, Fort Lauderdale June, 2003
165. Molecular Biology And Biochemistry Invited participant: Post-Symposium Otitis Media Research Conference June, 2003
166. Bacterial Genotypic Plurality: The Distributed Genome Hypothesis Explains Many Features of Bacterial Persistence VIIIth International Meeting on Otitis Media, Fort Lauderdale June, 2003
167. Intelligent Implants Designing a Self-Monitoring and Dosing Orthopedic Prosthesis Welcome, Opening Remarks, and Mission Statement for Meeting April, 2003
168. Genomic Plasticity and Shifting Gene Expression Patterns in Biofilm Forming Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a Pathogen of Otorrhea ARO Midwinter Meeting, Daytona Beach February, 2003
169. Chronic Bacterial Pathogenesis and the Distributed Genome Hypothesis University of Rochester, Department of Biology Seminar Series, Rochester December, 2002
170. Bacterial Plurality Explains Many Features of Chronic Pathogenesis Grand Rounds, Department of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, Eye and Ear Institute, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh November, 2002
171. Mapping a Gene for Dupuytren Contracture in Two Swedish Families American Society for Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Baltimore October, 2002
172. Genomic Plasticity of Bacterial Pathogens @ Pittsburgh, Tools and Techniques for Functional Genomics Beckman Advanced Technology Seminar Series August, 2002
173. Biofilms and Genomic Plasticity: Development of a New Theoretical Framework for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Infections University of Nebraska School of Medicine, Department of Orthopedic Surgery August, 2002
174. Towards the Development of a New Theoretical Framework for the Understanding of Chronic Bacterial Infections John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu July, 2002
175. Bacterial Biofilms in Middle-ear Disease @ Research Advances in Otolaryngology Department of Otolaryngology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, and the Research Institute, University Hospitals of Cleveland June, 2002
176. Toward the Development of a new Theoretical Framework for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Pathogenesis National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE March, 2002
177. Bacterial Supra-genomes and the Distributed Genome Hypothesis Medical Biofilms 2002, Tokyo JAPAN March, 2002
178. The Mucosal Biofilm Paradigm explains many features of Otitis Media with Effusion. Medical Biofilms 2002, Tokyo JAPAN March, 2002
179. Annual Mid-winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg Beac Annual Mid-winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg Beac January, 2002
180. Changing Gene Expression Patterns in Biofilm-Forming P. aeruginosa, a Major Pathogen of Otorrhea Annual Mid-winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg Beach January, 2002
181. The Genetics of Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease for Biochemical Technology November, 2001
182. The Biofilm and Distributed Genome Paradigms provide a new Theoretical Structure for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Infections Department of Human Genetics and Genomics, Indian Institute of Chemical Biology November, 2001
183. The Genetics of Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease and a Post-Genomic Strategy for the Positional Cloning of the GERD Gene at Chromosome 13q14 Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore November, 2001
184. The Role of Biofilms and Genomic Plasticity in Otitis Media" Department of Microbiology University of Buffalo November, 2001
185. Do Bacterial Pathogens Utilize a Distributed Genome? Results from Genomic Plasticity Studies of Pseudomonas Aeruginosa. Twenty fifth Silver Jubilee Annual Conference of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists. November, 2001
186. The Biofilm Paradigm in Chronic Bacterial Infections. Center for Biochemical Technology November, 2001
187. The Biofilm and Distributed Genome Paradigms provide a new Theoretical Structure for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Infections Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore November, 2001
188. The Biofilm and Distributed Genome Paradigms provide a new Theoretical Structure for Understanding Chronic Bacterial Infections Interscience Conference on Antimicrobials Agents and Chemotherapy (ICAAC) Chicago September, 2001
189. Direct Imaging and Gene Expression Analyses of a Mucosal Biofilm in Otitis Media. Bacterial Interactions with Mucus and Mucosa, a EURESCO Conference September, 2001
190. Demonstration of the Biofilm Phenotype in Otitis Media and Salpingitis Microbia, Cambridge July, 2001
191. Direct Micrographic Imaging of Biofilms on the Middle-Ear Mucosa of Experimentally Infected Chinchillas, Special Symposium on Biofilms BioElectro Magnetic Society Annual Meeting June, 2001
192. The Biofilm Phenotype in Otitis Media Colloquium of Biofilms in Chronic Bacterial Infections, American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting, Orlando May, 2001
193. Approaches for The Identification of New Targets for Anti-infectives Pfizer Global Research and Development, Antibacterials Department April, 2001
194. The Development of a New Paradigm in Chronic Bacterial Infections through the Application of Molecular Diagnostics Pfizer Global Research and Development, Antibacterials Department April, 2001
195. The Use of Global Gene Expression Technologies to Identify Targets in Bacterial Biofilms for Vaccines and Anti-infectives Wyeth-Lederle, Bacterial Vaccines Research Group Meeting. March, 2001
196. Using Gene Array Technology to Test the Biofilm Hypothesis of Chronic Bacterial Disease Coriell Institute for Medical Research March, 2001
197. Molecular Diagnostics of Chronic Infections. Dean s Symposium. Allegheny General Hospital/MCP-Hahnemann University School of Medicine March, 2001
198. Molecular Analysis of Scarless Fetal Wound Healing. Annual Mid-winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida February, 2001
199. The Genetics of GERD and the Bacterial Biofilm Paradigm of Chronic Infectious Diseases MCP-Hahnemann University School of Medicine February, 2001
200. Direct Electronmicrographic Imaging of Biofilms on the Middle-ear Mucosa. Annual Mid-winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg Beach February, 2001
201. Differential Gene Expression Analyses as a Means to Understand Scarless Fetal Wound Healing Kunming Medial College, Kunming, Yunan January, 2001
202. Post-Genomic Strategy for the Positional Cloning of the Gene for Severe Pediatric GERD. American College of Gastroenterology, Las Vegas January, 2001
203. Molecular Diagnostics as a Measure of Antimicrobial Efficacy. Pfizer Investigators Meeting December, 2000
204. New Approaches for Analysis, Treatment, and Prevention. NIDCD Workshop November, 2000
205. Strategies for Positional Cloning of the pediatric GER gene AstraZeneca November, 2000
206. Biofilms in Otitis Media, New Paradigms in Infectious Disease Applications to Otitis Media October, 2000
207. Welcome, Opening Remarks, and Introduction of Keynote Speaker New Paradigms in Infectious Disease: Applications to Otitis Media October, 2000
208. Molecular Genetics of Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux Sequenom, San Diego September, 2000
209. Polymerase Chain Reaction Testing of Middle Ear Fluid in Pediatric Patients with Acute Otitis Media Treated with Single Dose Azithromycin ICAAC August, 2000
210. Demonstration of the biofilm phenotype in middle ear infections BIOFILMS 2000 – ASM SYMPOSIUM, Big Sky Montana July, 2000
211. Bacterial biofilms in otitis media: direct imaging of biofilm on middle-ear mucosa and tympanostomy tube. Biofilms 2000 (ASM) Big Sky July, 2000
212. Evidence of de novo bacterial biosynthesis in culture-negative OME Biofilms 2000 (ASM) Big Sky July, 2000
213. Ehrlich Putative Mapping of a Gene for Vesicoureteral Reflux to Chromosome 11 American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting Urology Section. Chicag July, 2000
214. Experimental Design in Molecular Biological Analyses Department of Medical Genetics, West October, 1999
215. The Genetics and Physiology of Craniosynostotic Syndromes and Hereditary Pancreatitis West China University of Medical Sciences, Chengdu, Sichuan October, 1999
216. Functional Promoter Studies of the Human FGFR2 Gene West China University of Medical Sciences, Chengdu, Sichuan October, 1999
217. The Genetics and Physiology of Hereditary Pancreatitis The Chinese University of Hong Kong, HONG KONG, China October, 1999
218. Wounds that heal without scars An Investigation with differential display Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiatitve 1999 Summer Internship Program. August, 1999
219. &th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media Christopher Post Molecular Epidemiological Studies Of Common Bacterial And Viral Respiratory Pathogens In SIDS June, 1999
220. The Development of a new Paradigm in Chronic Infectious Diseases through the application of Molecular Diagnostics Cleveland Clinic May, 1999
221. Gene mapping of severe pediatric gastroesophageal reflux Annual Mid-winter Meeting of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg Beach February, 1999
222. Discovering the Molecular Basis of Congenital Disorders FGFR-2 and Craniofacial Syndromes, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati November, 1998
223. Agents for Change Glaxo Wellcome June, 1998
224. Practical Genomics, Agents for Change Glaxo Wellcome, Verona June, 1998
225. Identification of genes differentially expressed in a scarless model of wound healing. ARO Midwinter Meeting, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida February, 1998
226. Biofilms and infectious disease Presented at the Bioengineering:Building the Future of Biology and Medicine, The Bioengineering Consortium of the National Institutes of Health (BECON) Poster Presentation February, 1998
227. Otitis Media with Effusion as a Biofilm Disease ARO Midwinter Meeting, January, 1998
228. Otitis Media with Effusion as a Biofilm Disease Allegheny University of the Health Sciences Second Annual Research Conference October, 1997
229. Identification of genes differentially expressed in a scarless model of wound healing Allegheny University of the Health Sciences Second Annual Research Conference October, 1997
230. Nonpenetrance of the Hereditary Pancreatitis Phenotype may be Independent of Genotype: A Study of Monozygotic Twins The First International Symposium on Hereditary Pancreatitis May, 1997
231. Distinguishing Baboon CMV from Human CMV: Importance for Xenotransplantation The American Society of Transplant Physicians' Fifteenth Annual Meeting May, 1997
232. Clinical Features of Hereditary Pancreatitis in a Family with a New Genotype. Annual Meeting of American Gastroenterological Association and American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases May, 1997
233. Altered gene expression in the metaplastic change to Barrett's Epithelium Annual Meeting of American Gastroenterological Association and American Association for the Study of Liver Disease May, 1997
234. Evaluation of Cleavase· Fragment Length Polymorphism for Hepatitis C Genotyping using 5'UTR cDNAs Derived from Serpositive Patients The American Society of Microbiology May, 1997
235. Hereditary Pancreatitis is Assocation with Multiple Mutations in the Cationic Trypsinogen Gene Annual Meeting of American Gastroenterological Association and American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases May, 1997
236. Identification of differentially expressed genes in the progression of Barrett's Epithelium to Esophageal Adenocarcinoma. Annual Meeting of the American Gastroenterological Association and American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases May, 1997
237. Alcohol Ingestion Leads to Changes in Gene Expression in the Pancreas and Key Secretory Control Sites in Rats. Annual Meeting of American Gastroenterological Association and American Assocation for the Study of Liver Diseases May, 1997
238. Designing a PCR-based clinical reference lab - Xian PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA April, 1997
239. Keynote Speaker First International Symposium on Hereditary Pancreatitis. April, 1997
240. Mapping and Cloning of the Gene for Hereditary Pancreatitis Department of Genetics, Case Western Reserve University April, 1997
241. Positional Cloning of the Hereditary Pancreatitis Gene First International Symposium on Hereditary Pancreatitis April, 1997
242. Workshop on Molecular Genetics, St. Petersburg Beach, Association for Research in Otolaryngology's Mid-Winter Meeting February, 1997
243. Genomic structure of the Fibroblast Growth Factor Receptor 2 (FGFR2) human gene and characterization of it's promoter ARO Midwinter Meeting, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida January, 1997
244. Evidence of bacterial metabolic activity in culture-negative pediatric effusions from chronic and recurrent otitis media. ARO Midwinter Meeting, St. Petersburg Beach January, 1997
245. Otitis Media: Prospects for Management First World Congress of Pediatric Infectious Disease, GlaxoWellcome Symposium December, 1996
246. How Molecular Microbiology created a new paradigm for understanding Otitis Media First World Congress of Pediatric Infectious Disease December, 1996
247. Is Otitis Media a Biofilm Disease Center for Biofilm Engineering, Montana State University November, 1996
248. HCV-RNA in peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBM) predicts outcome after α-interferon (IFN) treatment of chronic hepatitis C American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases. November, 1996
249. Comparison of Multiplex PCR-Based Assay and Culture for the Detection of Mycoplasma pneumoniae in Seeded Pleural Fluid Specimens Annual American Society for Microbiology Meeting November, 1996
250. Nitric oxide synthase induction as a potential mechanism for carcinogenesis in human hepatitis Society of Surgical Oncology August, 1996
251. Biennial Conference on Anti-infective agents and chemotherapy otitis media: GlaxoWellcome Symposium Treatment of Otitis Media, Congress Centre Leipzig May, 1996
252. Further evidence for an Inflammatory Bowel Disease susceptibility locus on Chromosome 12. Annual Meeting of American Gastroenterological Association and American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases May, 1996
253. Multiplex polymerase chain reaction-based assay for the detection of bordetella pertussis in nasopharyngeal swab specimens Society for Pediatric Research. May, 1996
254. Causative Pathogens: Will new diagnostics benefit patients 6th Bicon Biennial Conference on Anti-infective agents and chemotherapy. Congress Centre Leipzig May, 1996
255. clinical characteristics of the largest to date known kindred with hereditary pancreatitis (HP). ACG National Fellows Forum April, 1996
256. Molecular Diagnostics as a Tool for Understanding Infectious Processes Hopitaux Universitaires de Geneve, Geneve, SWITZERLAND April, 1996
257. Isolation, culture and infection of human hepatocytes with hepatitis C Keystone Symposia on Hepatitis C and Beyond, Burlington January, 1996
258. The molecular biology of chronic sinusistis and adenoiditis. Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Mid-Winter Meeting January, 1996
259. Utility of PCR-based Diagnostics for CMV in solid organ transplant patients. Association for Molecular Pathology Annual Meeting November, 1995
260. Molecular Pathology. A workshop in Molecular Diagnostics November, 1995
261. Workshop on Molecular Diagnosis for Infectious Disease Association for Molecular Pathology Annual Meeting, Minneapolis November, 1995
262. 11th Annual Clinical Virology Symposium and Annual Meeting of the Pan American Group for Rapid Viral Diagnosis National Pancreas Meeting November, 1995
263. Association for Molecular Pathology. Plenary Session on Infectious Diseases November, 1995
264. Assignment of develomental genes to specific YACs within contigs spanning a 30cM region of chromosome 10q25-26 First International Workshop on Human Chromosome 10 Mapping. October, 1995
265. Gene mutations in craniosynostotic syndromes. VI International Congress of Craniofacial Surgery October, 1995
266. Organizer and speaker Molecular Medicine Workshop. Alfred University, October, 1995
267. Viral coinfections in pediatric respiratory papillomatosis The American Laryngological Association August, 1995
268. Differential Colonization of the Human Nasopharynx Following Influenzae Virus Challenge The Sixth Annual Pathology Research Presentation August, 1995
269. Molecular microbiologic analysis of otitis media in adults Sixth International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media June, 1995
270. Persistence of DNA in middle-ear effusions of chinchillas as determined by the PCR. Sixth International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media June, 1995
271. PCR detection of Streptococcus pneumoniae, Hemophilus influenzae and Moraxella catarrhalis via a multiplex assay following Influenza A virus challenge of the human nasopharynx. Sixth International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media, June, 1995
272. Bacteriology of otorrhea: PCR versus cultures. 6th International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media June, 1995
273. Molecular Analyses for Infectious Disease Pathogens in Otitis Media NIH NIDCD Council Meeting, Bethesda May, 1995
274. Design and Implementation of a PCR-based Diagnostic Facility for Infectious Agents. New York State Department of Health Labs May, 1995
275. Mutational analysis of the fibroblast growth factor receptor type 2 (FGFR2) gene in multiple Crouzon families American Society for Pediatric Otolaryngology Annual Meeting May, 1995
276. Report of the international genetic workshop on Crouzon syndrome and other craniofacial syndromes American Society for Pediatric Otolaryngology Annual Meeting May, 1995
277. CMV antigenemia and PCR as indicators for preemptive therapy in bone marrow transplant (BMT) recipients The 5th International Cytomegalovirus Conference: A Multidisciplinary approach towards controlling CMV Disease. May, 1995
278. PCR-based Panel Testing for Syndromic Infectious Diseases. Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Advances in Genetic Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases April, 1995
279. HPV type predicts prognosis of pediatric laryngeal papillomatosis American Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery April, 1995
280. International Genetics workshop on Crouzon and other Craniofacial Disorders. Plenary Session I and Keynote Address March, 1995
281. Fine Structure Mapping of the CFD Locus on 10q and assignment of the FGFR2 Gene to a YAC Contig Spanning the CFD Locus International Genetic Workshop for Crouzon and other Craniofacial Disorders March, 1995
282. Analyzing candidate genes by long PCR to identify single strand conformational polymorphism for linkage analyses Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Midwinter Meeting, January, 1995
283. PCR-based screening of a chromosome 10q25-q26 YAC contig for Crouzon syndrome candidate genes Association for Research in Otolaryngology January, 1995
284. Differential colonization of the human nasopharynx by Streptococcus pneumoniae and Hemophilus influenzae following Influenza A virus challenge Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Midwinter Meeting January, 1995
285. Persistence of DNA in middle-ear effusions of chinchillas as determined by the PCR. Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Midwinter Meeting January, 1995
286. T cell receptor Vβ repertoires in HIV-1 infected SCID-hu mice The Second National Conference on Human Retroviruses and Related Infections. January, 1995
287. Hotspots for amino acid changes distant from the V3 loop that confer escape from neutralization by a V3-specific neutralizing antibody Hotspots for amino acid changes distant from the V3 loop that confer escape from neutralization by a V3-specific neutralizing antibody January, 1995
288. Genotypic clustering of the infecting quasispecies and increased variability at later time points are associated with a more rapid decline of CD4+ cell numbers in HIV-1 Infection ASM Retrovirology Meeting, Washington January, 1995
289. Pancreatic polypeptide (PP) and peptide YY (PYY) mRNA in the brainstem of rats detected by reverse-transcriptase PCR (RT-PCR). Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting November, 1994
290. The gene for Crouzon craniofacial dysostosis maps to Chromosome 10q25-q26. Northeastern Society of Plastic Surgery October, 1994
291. Exclusion of the PAX2 gene as a candidate gene for Crouzon Craniofacial Dysostosis. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Montreal, October, 1994
292. The gene for Crouzon craniofacial dysostosis maps to a 7 centiMorgan region on chromosome 10q in three unrelated kindreds American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Montreal October, 1994
293. The gene for Crouzon craniofacial dysostosis maps to Chromosome 10q25-q26. American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons Annual Meeting, San Diego September, 1994
294. Molecular Analysis of Bacterial Pathogens in Otitis Media Fifth Annual Pathology Research Presentation. August, 1994
295. Amplifying gene sequences using primers with ambiguous termini. Second annual Conference on New Horizons in Gene Amplification Technologies: New Techniques and Applications June, 1994
296. Molecular analysis of pathogens in otitis media with effusion. Pennsylvania Academy of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery Annual Meeting June, 1994
297. A gene for Crouzon craniofacial dysostosis maps to the long arm of chromosome 10. European Society of Human Genetics, Late Breaking Science Session June, 1994
298. Teaching Molecular Pathology to Medical Students Group for Research in Pathology Education, Annual National Meeting, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center June, 1994
299. Mapping the Gene for Crouzon Craniofacial Dysostosis and General Methods for the Development of Tightly Linked Markers Heritage Foundation Lecture, Cross Cancer Institute, Edmonton June, 1994
300. A sensitive and specific assay utilizing the polymerase chain reaction for the detection of a Streptococcus pneumoniae in blood. The Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Seattle May, 1994
301. Multiplex polymerase chain reaction for the detection of Bordatella pertussis in nasopharyngeal swab specimen ASM Annual Meeting May, 1994
302. Evaluation of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) based assay for the detection of pneumococcal bacteremia in children Society of Academic Emergency Medicine May, 1994
303. Basic Strategies Involved in Nucleic Acid Amplification Technologies and their Applications to Molecular Microbiology Laboratories Molecular Diagnostics Symposia April, 1994
304. Cytomegalovirus infection in offspring of liver transplant recipients Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting January, 1994
305. Time course comparison of Hemophilus Influenzae persistence by culture and PCR in the chinchilla laniger middle ear following infection and treatment. Association for Research in Otolaryngology, St. Petersburg January, 1994
306. Development of a multiplex-PCR assay for respiratory viruses. Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Midwinter Meeting, St January, 1994
307. Analyses of the TCR V repertoire in the PBMCs of naive and HIV-1 infected chimpanzees. The First National Conference on Human Retroviruses and Related Infections. December, 1993
308. Establishment and Integration of an Infectious Disease Molecular Diagnostic Lab Universities Associated for Research and Education in Pathology November, 1993
309. Development of Multiplex PCR-Based Assays for Syndromic Illnesses TM Technologies November, 1993
310. Inhibition of a polymerase chain reaction-based assay for Bordatella pertussis by a calcium alginate swab ASM Conference on Molecular Diagnostics and Therapeutics September, 1993
311. PCR identification of M. catarrhalis DNA in chronic otitis media with effusion PCR identification of M. catarrhalis DNA in chronic otitis media with effusion September, 1993
312. Value of CMV DNA detection by polymerase chain reaction in early diagnosis of CMV disease in small bowel allograft samples American Society of Transplant Physicians May, 1993
313. Analyses of the TCRβ repertoire in CD4+ and CD8+ lymphocyte populations of HIV-1 infected subjects. Keystone Meeting on HIV Pathogenesis April, 1993
314. Design and Implementation of PCR-based Clinical Diagnostics Assays Becton Dickinson Advanced Diagnostics, Research Triangle March, 1993
315. Clinical assay for Hepatitis C virus (HCV) detection in liver biopsies using the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). 54th Annual Meeting January, 1993
316. Detection of Hemophilus influenzae DNA in culturally sterile middle-ear effusions by PCR utilizing two primer sets Association for Research in Otolaryngology. St. Petersburg Beach January, 1993
317. Establishing a PCR-based Diagnostic Facility Oncogenetics January, 1993
318. A multiplex polymerase chain-reaction-based assay to detect Borrelia burgdorferi in blood, synovial fluid and cerebrospinal fluid. 32nd ICAAC Meeting, Anaheim October, 1992
319. Utility of the polymerase chain reaction for detecting S. pneumoniae in blood American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Meeting October, 1992
320. Longitudinal examination of TCR Vβ repertoires in normal and HIV-1 infected subjects. Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study Meeting, Baltimore October, 1992
321. Designing and Developing a PCR Facility for Diagnostics and Research NeMours Children s Hospital September, 1992
322. Designing and Implementing PCR-based Clinical Trials for the Detection of Infectious Organisms Association of Medical Laboratory Immunologists August, 1992
323. Association of Medical Laboratory Immunologists Plenary Session on Molecular Methods for Clinical Immunologists. August, 1992
324. Development and analysis of a multiplex PCR-liquid hybridization (LH) assay for the detection of Borrelia burgdorferi in clinical samples Fifth International Conference on Lyme Borreliosis May, 1992
325. HTLV-I is present in vivo as a quasispecies Fifth International Conference on Human Retrovirology HTLV May, 1992
326. Development of PCR-based technologies for the detection of bacteria in middle-ear effusion The Molecular Biology of Hearing and Deafness May, 1992
327. Molecular Biology of Hearing and Deafness Faculty member: PCR and Sequencing Course May, 1992
328. The polymerase chain reaction (PCR): Applications in pediatric otolaryngology. Association of Pediatric Otolaryngology April, 1992
329. The Role of Analytical Chemistry in Biotechnology Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh Symposium April, 1992
330. sectional examination of TCR Vβ repertoire in normal and HIV-1 infected subjects MACS Meeting, Los Angeles February, 1992
331. Designing and conducting PCR-based clinical trials Cleveland Clinic February, 1992
332. Current Issues in HCV Molecular Biology of Hepatitis C Virus, presented at the Central Blood Bank Conference February, 1992
333. The polymerase chain reaction for identification of bacterial DNA in Middle-Ear effusions. Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Midwinter Meeting January, 1992
334. Establishment of a PCR-based Clinical Diagnostic Facility. Allegheny Singer Institute, Allegheny General Hospital September, 1991
335. PCR-based Approaches to analyzing HIV pathogenesis Frederick Cancer Research & Development Center, National Cancer Institute August, 1991
336. PCR based Molecular Epidemiology of HTLV-I and II Roswell Park Cancer Institute July, 1991
337. American Society of Microbiology Conference on biotechnology Session on Human June, 1991
338. Caveats of the PCR technology for Clinical Diagnosis American Society for Microbiology Annual Meeting Dallas May, 1991
339. PCR-based Approaches to the study of Retroviral Pathogenesis Transfusion Research Program, Department of Laboratory Medicine April, 1991
340. Using Lessons Learned from Molecular Epidemiology for the Development of PCR-based Clinical Diagnostics Ohio State University March, 1991
341. PCR-based Clinical Diagnostics Kodak Corporation, Rochester February, 1991
342. Amplification and analysis of specific gene sequences of the bovine leukemia virus from infected cows by the polymerase chain reaction 4th International Retrovirus Conference January, 1991
343. American Red Cross Collaborative HTLV study group. Differential characterization of HTLV-I and HTLV-II infection in U.S. blood donors 4th International Retrovirus Conference January, 1991
344. Application of inverse PCR and ligation mediated PCR to the amplification of sequences flanking the LTR of HTLV- 4th International Retrovirus Conference January, 1991
345. Utilization of PCR-based Technologies: Retroviral Pathogenesis Studies. The Fifth San Diego Conference on Nucleic Acids - New Frontiers November, 1990
346. Design of Laboratory Operations for PCR-based Clinical Diagnostics; and, II: PCR-based Strategies for Research Applications PCR Workshop of the Pan American Group for Rapid Viral Diagnosis, State University of Arizona October, 1990
347. Amplification of gene sequences of the bovine leukemia virus by the polymerase chain reaction Annual Meeting of American Society of Hematology August, 1990
348. Development of Procedural and Physical Safeguards for Utilization of PCR-based Clinical Diagnostic Procedures; and II: Use of gene amplification for studies of human retroviral pathogenesis PCR short course: Department of Biochemical Pharmacology SUNY at Buffalo August, 1990
349. The HTLV-I/II Study Group. Transmission of HTLV-I and HTLV-II to prior recipients of blood products from seropositive donors American Association of Blood Bankers, 1990 Annual Meeting. August, 1990
350. Application of inverse PCR and ligation mediated PCR to the amplification of sequences flanking the LTR of HTLV-1 Annual Meeting of American Society of Hematology August, 1990
351. Utilization of PCR-based diagnostics in the Clinical laboratory Department of Oral Biology, School of Dentistry SUNY at Buffalo August, 1990
352. Type-specific detection of HTLV-I/II viral DNA by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) & viral RNA in plasma by reverse transcriptase (RT) PCR among prison inmates. Sixth International Conference on AIDS June, 1990
353. Towards Development of PCR-based Methodologies for Examination of Retroviral Pathogenesis American Society for Microbiology Conference on Biotechnology June, 1990
354. Use of PCR in Diagnosing Retroviral Infection American Society for Microbiology, Immunology Division Symposia, ASM Annual Meeting, Anaheim May, 1990
355. Retroviral-associated genetic sequences in multiple sclerosis and other diseases: A second-phase large scale population appraisal American Academy of Neurology, Annual Meeting May, 1990
356. The Coupling of PCR with Sensitive, Specific, Detection Strategies for Use in the Clinical Laboratory American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting May, 1990
357. The Polymerase Chain Reaction: Its Subtleties and Application 81st Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research May, 1990
358. Prevalence of HTLV-I in blacks from Central Brooklyn ASCO Annual Meeting May, 1990
359. Towards development of Automatable Nonisotopic Detection Strategies for PCR Amplified DNAs Lifecodes Corporation April, 1990
360. Applications of inverse PCR to the amplification of sequences flanking the LTR of HTLV-I. 3rd Annual Retrovirology Conference January, 1990
361. Type-specific HTLV diagnosis from stored plasma or serum by reverse transcriptase-PCR. 3rd Annual Retrovirology Conference January, 1990
362. Characterization of demography and risk in blood donors infected with HTLV-I/II 3rd Annual Retrovirology conference January, 1990
363. The American adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma repository (ATLR): Recent observations 3rd Annual Retrovirology Conference January, 1990
364. Effect of recombinant interleukin-2-diptheria toxin fusion protein on fresh and cultured HTLV-I infected T-lymphocytes: Inhibition of viral load as assessed by polymerase chain reaction 3rd Annual Retrovirology Conference January, 1990
365. Applications of PCR to Identification of Infectious Organisms, Food Pathogens, and Forensic Testing Syracuse Research Corporation November, 1989
366. PCR-Based Molecular Diagnostics and Epidemiology of Human Retroviruses Hoffman LaRoche, Nutley September, 1989
367. PCR-Based Molecular Diagnostics and Epidemiology of Human Retroviruses National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, FCRF September, 1989
368. The biology of HIV-1 in the chimpanzee: A unique state of in vivo and in vitro monocyte/macrophage resistance to infection, compartmentalization and controlled viral replication Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Retroviruses and Oncogenes August, 1989
369. Current Topics in AIDS Research: Diagnostics, Epidemiology and Therapeutics. State University of New York, Oswego August, 1989
370. Anti-HTLV-I Tax ELISA for detection of infection in standard HTLV-I ELISA negative intravenous drug users. 5th International Conference on AIDS June, 1989
371. Macrophages simultaneously derived from virus-containing peripheral blood mononuclear cells in HIV-1 IIIB infected chimpanzees do not contain virus 5th International Conference on AIDS June, 1989
372. Transfusion-related HTLV-I neurological disease: A putative marker of disease activity and response to therapy 5th International Conference on AIDS June, 1989
373. Prevalence of syphilis, HTLV-I, HTLV-II and HIV-1 among crack and other drug users. 5th International Conference on AIDS June, 1989
374. Workshop on Multiple Sclerosis and Human Retroviruses, sponsored by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Montreal, Quebec June, 1989
375. PCR-Based Molecular Diagnostics and Epidemiology of Human Retroviruses. University of Pittsburgh June, 1989
376. The Use of PCR in the Detection, Characterization, and Quantitation of Human Retrovirus. AACR. May, 1989
377. Polymerase chain reaction and the detection of human retroviruses UCLA Meeting April, 1989
378. Demonstration of retroviral sequences related to human T-cell leukemia/lymphoma virus, Type I in Multiple Sclerosis by gene amplification 41st Annual Meeting of American Academy of Neurology April, 1989
379. Variability of provirus from HTLV-I associated tropical spastic paraparesis and adult T-cell leukemia detected by gene amplification UCLA Meeting on Human Retroviruses January, 1989
380. The spectrum of disease associated with human retroviruses: the quest for novel infectious agents. Triton Biosciences, Alameda January, 1989
381. Simultaneous screening for multiple human retroviruses in risk group individuals via the polymerase chain reaction and liquid hybridization AAAS Annual Meeting January, 1989
382. Detection of anti-HTLV-I Tax antibodies in HTLV-I ELISA negative individuals and TSP/HAM patients: Confirmation of infection by PCR UCLA Meeting Human Retroviruses January, 1989
383. Methods for detecting proviral DNA amplified in vitro and their use for analysis of retroviral variants UCLA Meeting Human Retroviruses January, 1989
384. Seroprevalence of HTLV-I in various patient populations UCLA Meeting Human Retroviruses January, 1989
385. Application of DNA probe technology to Medical Science. Medical Grand Rounds, SUNY HSC at Syracuse November, 1988
386. Methods for detecting proviral DNA amplified in vitro and their use for analysis of retroviral variants. 21st Adirondacks Molecular Biology and Genetics Conference October, 1988
387. Association of human retroviruses with neurological diseases 21st Adirondacks Molecular Biology and Genetics Conference October, 1988
388. Prevalence and significance of HTLV-I in a cohort of IV drug users in New York IV International Conference on AIDS June, 1988
389. Strategies for detection and characterization of HTLV-I and related viruses by PCR. PCR Workshop NIAID Bethesda June, 1988
390. PCR Workshop NIH June, 1988
391. Gene amplification as a tool for detection and analysis of human retroviruses Amer. Assoc. for Cancer Res. Proceedings August, 1987
392. Incidence of seronegativity to HIV and HTLV-I in individuals infected with either virus. III International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) June, 1987
393. Identification of HIV sequence in DNA extracted directly from peripheral blood lymphocytes and bone marrow using in vitro DNA amplification III International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) June, 1987
394. Methods for the detection of HIV antibodies, antigens and nucleic acids Presented at WHO meeting October, 1986
395. HTLV-III detection in blood and semen. New York Academy of Sciences Meeting August, 1986
396. Detection of AIDS viral nucleic acid sequences by enzymatic amplification International Conference of AIDS August, 1986
397. Prevalence of HTLV-III infection in peripheral blood (PB), seminal mononuclear and cell-free semen of ARC and AIDS-associated Kaposi's Sarcoma (KS) patients: Preliminary analysis International Conference on AIDS August, 1986
398. Incidence of HTLV-III infection in the semen of AIDS and ARC patients Clinical Research April, 1986
399. Genomic characterization of an HTLV-I subtype isolated from a patient with a benign lymphocytosis Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Conference on AIDS May, 1985



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