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CURRICULUM VITAE
RITA R. ALLOWAY, Pharm.D., BCPS



OFFICE ADDRESS

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Veteran’s Administration Medical Center
PHARMACIST LICENSURE



PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS


ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS: HOSPITAL


ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS: ACADEMIC

December 2000-present
Departmental Chair Recruitment Committee Director,Transplant Research Institute College of Medicine
CLINICAL PRACTICE


EDITORIAL REVIEW



SCHOLASTIC HONORS

Pharmacy School Honor Council Vice President

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Society of Transplant Physicians American Society of Hospital Pharmacists
CORPORATE ADVISORY COMMITTEES

SangStat Medical Corporation Pharmacy Advisory Board, Chairman. Biogen Pharmaceutical Corporation, Anti-CD40 Ligand Scientific Advisory Board Tristar Enterprises, Inc. Clinical Trials Committee Fujisawa Clinical Pharmacy Advisory Group
FELLOWS TRAINED


RESIDENTS TRAINED: PRIMARY PRECEPTOR



RESIDENTS TRAINED: CO-PRECEPTOR

(Co-precepted with primary preceptor Timothy Self, Pharm.D.)

PUBLICATIONS

1. Kelso TM, Alloway RR, Self TH. Asthma Patient Education, Journal of Pharmacy
2. Alloway RR, Kotb M, Gaber L, Boskey F, Gaber AO. Standard Versus Low Dose
OKT3 Induction of Cadaveric Renal Transplants: Comparison of Outcome Data versus OKT3 Dose and Serum Levels. Clin Transplantation 46:468-472, 1992. 3. Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Gaber AO. Low Dose
OKT3 Induction Therapy of Cadaveric Transplant Recipients. Scientia, Volume 1, Issue 6, 1992. 4. Self T, Heilker G, Alloway RR, Kelso T, Abou-Shala N. Reassessing the Therapeutic
Range for Theophylline on Laboratory Report Forms: The Importance of 5-15mcg/ml. Pharmacotherapy 13(6):590-594, 1993. 5. Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Gaber AO. Results of a
Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind Study Comparing Standard Versus Low Dose OKT3 Induction Therapy. Transplant Proc 25(1):550-552, 1993. 6. Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Gaber AO. Results of a
Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind Study Comparing Standard Versus Low Dose OKT3 Induction Therapy. American Journal of Kidney Diseases 22: 36-43, 1993. 7. Self T, Alloway RR. Nonsedating Antihistamines, Pharmacy Newsletter, September
8. Alloway RR, Spotlight of Heparin Dosing. Drug Information Update, Allied Pharmacy
9. Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway D, Ohman M, Gaber AO. Pharmacokinetic Profile of
OKT3 in Renal Transplant Recipients Receiving Standard and Low Dose OKT3 for Induction Immunosuppression.", Transplantation 58: 249-53, 1994. 10. Gaber LW, Moore LW, Alloway RR, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Vera SR, Gaber AO.
Glomerulosclerosis as a determinant of post-transplant function of older donor renal allografts. Transplantation 60: 334-339, 1995. 11. Gaber LW, Moore LW, Alloway RR, Flax S, Gaber AO. Correlation between Banff
classification, acute renal rejection scores, and reversal of rejection. Transplant Proc 27: 1019, 1995. 12. Nymann T, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Vera SR, Riely CA, Alloway RR, Gaber AO.
Prevention of hepatitis B recurrence with indefinite hepatitis B immune globulin (HBIG) prophylaxis after liver transplantation. Clin Transplantation 10:663-667, 1996. 13. Moore LW, Alloway RR, Smith SO, Acchiardio SR, Gaber AO. Clinical observations
of metabolic changes occurring in renal transplant recipients receiving ketoconazole. Transplantation 61: 537-541, 1996. 14. Self T, Alloway RR. Treatment of Rhinitis, J Am Acad Nurse Pract 8: 135-144,
15. Gaber LW, Moore L, Alloway RR, Flax S, Schroeder T, Amiri H, Gaber AO.
Correlation between BANFF scores of acute renal rejection scores and reversal of rejection. Kidney Int, 49, 481-497, 1996. 16. Alloway RR, Russell WC, Gaber LW, Amiri MH, Vera SR, Gaber AO. Conversion
from Cyclosporine to tacrolimus in kidney, kidney/pancreas and pancreas alone transplant recipients: the Memphis Experience. Transplant Proc 28: 995-997, 1996 17. Elmer D, Nymann T, Hathaway D, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Use of FK-506
immunosuppression in pancreas transplant. J Transplant Coordination 6: 122-127, 1996. 18. Alloway RR. Guidelines for Administration of Intravenous Medications to Pediatric
19. Gaber LW, Moore LW, Reed L, Russel W, Alloway R, Hathaway D, Shokough-Amiri
MH, Gaber AO. Renal histology with varying FK 506 blood levels. Transplant Proc 29: 186, 1997. 20. Alloway RR, Johnson JA, Chaballa M, Russell W, Reed L, Hathaway DK, Amiri H,
Vera SR, Gaber AO. Effect of gut metabolism on tacrolimus bioavailability in renal transplant recipients." Transplantation, submitted. 21. Chaballa M, Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Gaber AO.
Five year followup of a prospective randomized double-blind study comparing standard versus low dose OKT3 induction therapy in renal allograft recipients. "Transplantation, submitted. 22. Alloway RR, Schroeder T, Russell W, Reddy K, Moore L, Burton M, Shah, Gaber
AO. An open labeled single center bioequivalence comparison of Sandimmune and Neoral versus Sang-35 cyclosporine. Transplantation, submitted. 23. Alloway RR, Schroeder T, Russell W, Moore L, Burton M, Shah M, Gaber AO.
Bioequivalence comparison of Sandimmune and Neoral versus Sang-35 cyclosporine in kidney transplant recipients. J Am Soc Nephrol 8: 672A. 24. Schroeder TJ, First R, Alloway RR, Gaber AO, Levy R, Berger-Moran H., Floch R,
Pouletty P. A program to develop a cyclosporine formulation that is bioequivalent to Neoral. Transplantation, submitted. 25. Stratta, RJ, Alloway RR. Pancreas transplantation for diabetes mellitus: A guide to
recipient selection and optimum immunosuppression. BioDrugs 10(5): 347-357, 1998. 26. Somerville T, Hurst G, Alloway RR, Gaber A, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Stratta R. Superior
efficacy of oral gancyclovir over oral acyclovir for cytomegalovirus prophylaxis in kidney-pancreas and pancreas alone recipients. Transplant Proc 30: 1546-1548, 1998. 27. Hurst G, Alloway RR, Hathaway D, Somerville T, Hughes T, Gaber AO. Stabilization
of bone mass after renal transplant with preemptive care. Transplant Proc 30: 1327-1328, 1998. 28. Hurst GC, Somerville KT, Alloway RR, Hathaway D, Moore LW, Gaber AO.
Continued loss of bone density one year post kidney transplant despite preemptive therapy. Transplantation 65: 149, 1998. 29. Somerville T, Hurst G, Alloway RR, Gaber A, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Stratta R. Efficacy
of oral gancyclovir for CMV prophylaxis in kidney/pancreas and pancreas alone recipients. Transplantation 65: 213, 1998. 30. Alloway RR, Canafax D, Schroeder T, Russell W, Moore L, Burton M, Shah M,
Gaber AO. Bioequivalence of Sang-35 and Neoral for cyclosporine metabolites in stable renal transplant patients. Transplantation 65: 82, 1998. 31. Russell W, Alloway RR, Demirkan K, Stratta R, Gaber AO. Preliminary experience
with troglitazone (Rezulin) in kidney and kidney/pancreas transplant recipients. Transplantation 65: 211, 1998. 32. Reddy KS, Stratta R, Shokouh-Amiri H, Alloway RR, Somerville T, Elmer D, Gaber
AO. Simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation without antilymphocyte induction. Transplantation 65: 251, 1998. 33. Schroeder TJ, First MR, Alloway RR, Canafax DM, Gaber AO, Gaston R. A series
of comparative trials between Sang-35 and other cyclosporine formulations in stable renal transplant patients. Transplantation 65: 142, 1998. 34. Somerville T, Reddy S, Alloway RR, Hurst G, Gaber AO, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Stratta
R. Incidence and management of mycophenolate mofetil adverse effects in simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant patients. Transplantation 65: 213, 1998. 35. Regan J, Alloway RR, Rossi, S, Campbell K, Buelow R, Lankford M, Gaber AO.
Clinical monitoring of cyclosporine using capillary blood collected and dried onto a collection device (Cyclostat). Transplantation 65: 218, 1998. 36. First MR, Alloway RR, Schroeder TJ. Development of Sang-35: a cyclosporine
formulation bioequivalent to Neoral. Clin Transplantation 12: 518-524, 1998. 37. Alloway RR, Van Fleet A, Schroeder TJ, Moore LW, Gaber AO. Comparative
effects of Sang-35 cyclosporine versus Neoral on biochemical markers of toxicities and safety in stable renal transplant recipients. J Am Soc Nephrol 9:663A, 1998. 38. Meier-Kirsch HU, Alloway RR, Gaber AO, Canafax D, Kaplan B. A limited sampling
strategy (LSS) to predict the Sang-35 area under the curve (AUC) in adult renal transplant recipients. J Am Soc Nephrol 9:668A, 1998. 39. Alloway RR, Van Fleet A, Schroeder TJ, Canafax DM, Moore LW, Shah MJ, Gaber
AO. A clinical practice experience in the development of Sang-35, a new cyclosporine formulation. J Am Soc Nephrol 9:663A, 1998. 40. Winsett RP and the Posttransplant Quality of Life Intervention Study Group. Posttransplant quality of life: a decade of descriptive studies leading to practice interventions. J Transplant Coordination, 8: 236-240, 1998. 41. Abell TL, Horn J, Adl D, Self T, Soberman J, Alloway RR, Thompson L. Correlation
of cisapride levels with EKG Changes: A pilot clinical observation. Gastroenterology 116: , 1999. 42. Gaston R, Alloway RR, Gaber AO, Schroeder TJ, Irish WD, Canafax DM, First MR.
Pharmacokinetic and safety evaluation of SangCya vs Neoral or Sandimmune in stable retransplant recipients. Transplant Proc 31: 326-327, 1999. 43. Alloway RR, Somerville TK. Transplantation: Solid Organ. Basic Bibliographies.
44. Alloway RR, TK Somerville. Transplantation Immunosuppression. Basic
Bibliographies. Hospital Pharmacy 34: 380, 1999. 45. Posttransplant Quality of Life Intervention Study Group, University of Tennessee, Memphis. Bridging the gap between research and clinical practice. American Neph Nurses Assoc J 26: 235-240, 1999. 46. Stratta RJ, Gaber AO, Shokough-Amiri MH, Reddy S, Alloway RR, Egidi MF,
Grewal HP, Gaber LW, Hathaway DK. Evolution in Pancreas Transplantation Techniques: Simultaneous Kidney-Pancreas Transplantation Using Portal-Enteric Drainage Without Antilymphocyte Induction. Ann Surg 229: 701-712, 1999. 47. Stratta RJ, Gaber AO, Shoukouk-Amiri MH, Reddy S, Egidi MF, Grewal HP, Hathaway DK, Winsett RP, Alloway RR, Gaber LW, Britt LG. Experience with
Portal-Enteric Pancreas Transplant at the University of Tennessee-Memphis. Clinical
Transplants 1998, Cecka and Terasaki, Eds. Chapter 22, p 239-253.
48. Sollinger HW, Bruce D, Humar A, Sutherland DER, Light JA, Kaufman DB, Anderson TK, Alloway RR, Stratta RJ. Multicenter retrospective analysis of simultaneous kidney
pancreas transplant recipients receiving daclizumab induction. Transplantation 67:
pS269, 1999.
49. Egidi MF, Trofe J, Reed L, Gaber LW, Alloway RR, Shoukouh-Amiri MF, Stratta RJ,
Gaber AO. Risk factors for Polyoma Virus: A comparative analysis in kidney-pancreas and kidney transplants. Transplantation 67: pS222, 1999. 50. Trofe J, Alloway RR, Godkin J, Kano J, Stratta RJ, Gaber AO. Thymoglobulin for the
prophylaxis or treatment of rejection in pancreas allograft recipients: Results of the US compassionate use experience. Transplantation 67: pS209, 1999. 51. Reddy KS, Stratta RJ, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Alloway R, Egidi MF, Gaber AO.
Surgical complications after pancreas transplantation with portal-enteric drainage. J Am Coll Surg 189: 305-313, 1999. 52. BN Nguyen, RR Alloway, AO Gaber, JA Johnson. Relationship between cyclosporine
and endothelin concentrations in renal transplant recipients. Transplantation 67: pS167, 1999. 53. Tuteja S, Alloway RR, Johnson JA, Gaber AO. Effect of gut metabolism on tacrolimus
(FK-506) bioavailability in renal transplant recipients. Transplantation 67: pS159, 1999. 54. Lo A, Alloway RR, Trofe J, Amiri HS, Egidi MF, Grewal HP, Stratta RJ, Vera S,
Gaber AO. Outcomes in solid organ transplant patients received granulocyte stimulating factor (G-CSF) for the management of neutropenia. Transplantation 67: pS99, 1999. 55. Trofe J, Reddy KS, Somerville TK, Egidi MF, Flax S, Alloway RR, Stratta RJ, Gaber
AO. Erlichiosis after pancreas transplantation. Transplantation 67: pS98, 1999. 56. Gaber LW, Egidi MF, Sing V, Trofe J, Alloway RR, Kotb M, Gaber AO. Focal mild
intimal arteritis without associated parenchymal inflammation: Rejection or n o rejection. Transplantation 67: pS87,1999. 57. Egidi MF, Trofe J, Stratta RJ, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Gaber
AO. The Effect of Tacrolimus on the Blood Sugar Control in Pancreas Transplant Patients: A Comparison Among Systemic Enteric, Portal Enteric, and Bladder Anastomosis Techniques. American Society of Transplant Surgeons, May, 1999. 58. Schroeder TJ, First MR, Alloway RR, Pan SH, Gaber AO, Lopez RR, Fisher RA,
Irish WD, Canafax DM, Pouletty P. Review of Cyclosporine Pharmacokinetic Trials in Healthy Volunteers and Kidney and Liver Transplant Recipients: SangCyA Versus Neoral and Sandimmune. Transplantation Reviews 13: 1-7, 1999. 59. Alloway RR. Generic immunosuppressant use in solid organ transplantation.
60. Stratta RJ, Gaber AO, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Reddy KS, Alloway RR, Egidi MF,
Grewal HP, Gaber LW, Hathaway D. Evolution in pancreas transplantation techniques: simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation using portal-enteric drainage without antilymphocyte induction. Ann Surg 229: 709-712, 1999. 61. Schroeder TJ, Alloway RR, First R, Moore LW, Pouletty P, Gaston R. Development
of Sang-35: A cyclosporine formulation bioequivalent to Neoral. Clinical Transplantation, in 62. Reddy S, Stratta RJ, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Alloway RR, Somerville T, Egidi MF,
Gaber AO. Simultaneous Kidney-Pancreas Transplantation Without Anti-lymphocyte Induction. Transplantation 69: 49-54, 2000. 63. Alloway RR, Schroeder T, Russell W, Reddy K, Moore L, Burton M, Shah, Gaber
AO. "An open labeled single center bioequivalence comparison of Neoral versus Sang-35 cyclosporine. " Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, accepted. 64. Alloway RR, Canafax D, Schroeder T, Russell W, Moore L, Burton M, Shah M,
Gaber AO. "Bioequivalence of Sang-35 and Neoral for cyclosporine metabolites in stable renal transplant patients. " Clinical Transplantation, accepted. 65. Hurst GC, Alloway RR, Somerville KT, Gaber AO, Stratta RJ. Preliminary experience
with midodrine in kidney/pancreas transplant patients with orthostatic hypotension.
66. Hurst GC, Somerville KT, Alloway RR, Hathaway D, Moore LW, Gaber AO.
Continued loss of bone density one year post kidney transplant despite preemptive therapy. Clin Transplantation, submitted. 67. Meier-Kriesch HU, Alloway RR, Gaber AO, Canafax D, Kaplan B. A limited
sampling strategy (LSS) for the estimation of 12-hour SangCya and Neoral AUCs in Renal Transplant Recipients. J Clin Pharmacol. 39: 166-17, 1999. 68. Trofe J, Stratta RJ, Gaber LW, Shoukouh-Amiri MH, Lo A, Alloway RR, Gaber AO,
Egidi MF. Fatal Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome in a Simultaneous Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Patient Receiving Daclizumab, Tacrolimus, Mycophenolate Mofetil, and Steroids. Submitted to Transplantation., April 2000. 69. Trofe J, Reddy KS, Stratta RJ, Flax SD, Somerville KT, Alloway RR, Egidi MF,
Shokouh-Amiri MH, Gaber AO. Human Granulocytic Ehrlichiosis in Pancreas
Transplant Recipients. Submitted to Transplant Infectious Disease. April 2000.
70. MF Egidi, J Trofe, RJ Stratta, SD Flax, LW Gaber, HS Amiri, M Jones, NA Khan, SR
Vera, HP Grewal, RR Alloway, AO Gaber. Post transplant lymphoproliferative
disorders: therapeutic approach and outcome in solid organ transplantation. Accepted to
Transplant Proceedings May 2000.
71. MR First, RR Alloway, RA Fisher, SH Pan, R Lopez, D Renlund, M Schnitzler AO
Gaber, Generic Drug Substitution in Transplantation: Examples from the Epic of Cyclosporine Development. Dialysis and Transplantation, Vol 29, Number 5, 260-267, May 2000. 72. The effect of gut metabolism….
73. A Lo, RJ Stratta, MF Egidi, MH Shokouh-Amiri, et al. Outcomes of simultaneous
kidney-pancreas transplantation in African-American recipients: A case control study. Clinical Transplantation (In press 2000). 74. A Lo, RJ Stratta, MF Egidi, MH Shokouh-Amiri, et al. Patterns of cytomegalovirus
infection in simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant recipients receiving tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and prednisone with ganciclovir prophylaxis. Transplant Infectious Diseases (In press 2000). 75. RJ Stratta, RR Alloway, A Lo, E Hodge for the PIVOT study group. An Open-
Labeled, Comparative Trial of Two Daclizumab Dosing Strategies versus No Induction Treatment in combination with Tacrolimus, Mycophenolate Mofetil, and Steroids for the Prevention of Acute Rejection in Simultaneous Kidney/Pancreas Transplant Recipients: 3 months interim analysis. Submitted to Transplantation (September 2000). 76. A Lo, RJ Stratta, DK Hathaway, et al. Long-term outcomes in simultaneous kidney-
pancreas transplant recipients with portal-enteric vs. systemic-bladder drainage. Submitted to American Journal of Kidney Disease (August 2000). 77. KL Hardinger, MH Shokouh-Amiri, A Lo, HP Grewal, S Vera, RJ Stratta, MF Egidi, MR Honaker, AT Kizilisik, RR Alloway, AO Gaber. A comparison of low-dose, short
course mycophenolate mofetil and tacrolimus versus full-dose, long course
mycophenolate mofetil and cyclosporine after liver transplantation. Submitted
(Transplantation July 2000).
78. A Lo, RJ Stratta, J Trofe, J Norwood, MF Egidi, MH Shokouh-Amiri, HP Grewal, Rita R Alloway, AO Gaber. Rhodococcus Equi Pulmonary Infection in a Pancreas
Alone Transplant Recipient: Consequence of Intense Immunosuppression. Submitted
Transplant Infectious Disease (June 2000).
79. DS Bruce, HW Sollinger, A Humar, DER Sutherland, JA Light, DB Kaufman, RR.
Alloway, A Lo, RJ Stratta. Multicenter Survey of Daclizumab Induction in Simultaneous
Kidney-Pancreas Transplant Recipients. Submitted Transplantation (June 2000).
80. A Lo, RJ Stratta, MF Egidi, MH Shokouh-Amiri, et al. Limited benefits of induction
with monoclonal antibody to interleukin-2 receptor in simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation. Submitted to Transplant International (June 2000). 81. J Trofe, RJ Stratta, LW Gaber, Shokouh-Amir MH, A Lo, RR Alloway, AO Gaber,
MF Egidi. Fatal hemolytic uremic syndrome in a simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant patient receiving daclizumab, tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and steroids. Submitted Transplantation (April 2000). 82. Trofe, J. , Stratta RJ, Gaber LW, Amiri MHS, Grewal HP, Vera SR, Lo, A, Alloway RR, AO Gaber, MF Egidi. Polyomavirus: A Comparative Analysis in Kidney and Kidney Pancreas Transplants and Identification of Associated Factors. Submitted to Transplant Infectious Diseases. 83. Egidi MF, Trofe J, Stratta RJ, Flax SD, Gaber LW, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Jones M, Vera SR, Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Post Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorders: Single Center Experience. Accepted to Transplant Proceedings August 2000. 84. Kizilisik TA, Lo A, Stratta RJ, Egidi MF, Amiri MH, Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Trofe J, Gaber AO. Ganciclovir Prophylaxis for CMV Infection in Simultaneous Kidney Pancreas Transplant Recipients Receiving Tacrolimus, Mycophenolate Mofetil, and Prednisone. Accepted to Transplant Proceedings August 2000.
ABSTRACTS
1. Winsett RP, Hathaway DK, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Effective and Safe Use of
Ketoconazole as Adjunctive Immunosuppressive Therapy. North American Transplant Coordinators Organization, April 1991. 2. Gaber AO, Kotb M, Winsett RP, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Phillips D, Boskey FD, Alloway RR. Standard Versus Low Dose OKT3 Induction: Comparison of Immune
Monitoring Data and Results. Proceedings of the American Society of Transplant
Physicians (1-32) p. 186, 1991.
3. Gaber L, Vera S, Hathaway D, Salem A, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Routine Biopsy and
Induction Therapy Affect Outcome of Delayed Graft Function., National Kidney Foundation, November, 1992. 4. Gaber L, Vera S, Hathaway D, Salem A, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Routine Biopsy
and Induction Therapy Affect Outcome of Delayed Graft Function. American Society of Nephrologists/National Kidney Foundation, November 1993. 5. Gaber L, Moore L, Alloway RR, Flax S, Gaber AO. Correlation Between BANFF
Classification, Acute Renal Rejection Scores and Reversal of Rejection. American Society of Transplantation Physicians, January, 1994. 6. Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway D, Schroeder T, Gaber AO. Demographic and
clinical factors effecting TCR expression during and following OKT3 treatment. The American Society of Nephrology, October 1994 7. Moore LW, Alloway RR, Smith SO, Acchiardio SR, Gaber AO. Ketoconazole
enhances loss of bone in renal transplant recipients. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 1995. 8. Rageuh I, Kotb M, Fraga D, Schroeder T, Chan F, Russell WC, Alloway RR, Gaber
AO. A comparison of methodologies used for measurement of circulating OKT3 levels. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois May 1995. 9. Gaber LW, Moore L, Alloway RR, Flax S, Schroeder T, Amiri H, Gaber AO.
Correlation between BANFF scores of acute renal rejection scores and reversal of rejection. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 1995. 10. Gaber LW, Moore LW, Alloway RR, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Vera SR, Gaber AO.
Glomerulosclerosis as a determinant of post-transplant function of older donor renal allografts. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 1995. 11. Alloway RR, Russell WC, Gaber LW, Amiri MH, Vera SR, Gaber AO. Conversion
from cyclosporine to FK-506 in kidney, kidney/pancreas and pancreas alone transplant recipients. A single center experience. Minneapolis Transplant Congress: New Immunosuppressive Drugs, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 1995. 12. Elmer D, Nymann T, Hathaway D, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Use of FK-506 –based
immunosuppression in pancreas transplantation. National Association of Transplant Coordinators Organization Annual Meeting, Boston. Massachusetts, August 1995. 13. Trine Nymann, Vera SR, Amiri MH, Riely C, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Prevention of
Hepatitis B recurrence with indefinite immunoprophylaxis after liver transplantation. South Eastern Organ Procurement Foundation Tri-Annual Meeting, Orlando Florida, January 1996. 14. Gaber LW, Moore LW, Russell W, Alloway RR, AO Gaber. Donor
glomerulosclerosis impacts both short and long-term renal allograft function. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, May 1996. 15. Mendez R, Noriega A, Lowance D, Alloway RR, Lee I, Coggon G. Valaciclovir
reduces the incidence of CMV disease in CMV-seropositive cadaveric renal allograft recipients. Sixth International Cytomegalovirus Workshop, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 1997. 16. Alloway RR, Johnson JA, Chaballa M, Russell W, Reed L, Hathaway DK, Amiri H,
Vera SR, Gaber AO. Effect of gut metabolism on tacrolimus bioavailability in renal transplant recipients. American Society of Transplantation Surgeons Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, May 1997. 17. Chaballa M, Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Gaber AO.
Five year followup of a prospective randomized double-blind study comparing standard versus low dose OKT3 induction therapy in renal allograft recipients. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago Illinois, May 1997. 18. Alloway RR, Schroeder T, Russell W, Reddy K, Moore L, Burton M, Shah, Gaber
AO. An open labeled single center bioequivalence comparison of Sandimmune and Neoral versus Sang-35 cyclosporine. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, May 1997. 19. Schroeder TJ, First R, Alloway RR, Gaber AO, Levy R, Berger-Moran H., Floch R,
Pouletty P. A program to develop a cyclosporine formulation that is bioequivalent to Neoral. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, May 1997. 20. Neumayer H, Valaciclovir International Renal Transplant Study Group. Efficacy and safety of valaciclovir for suppression of cytomegalovirus disease in recipients of a cadaveric renal allograft. Thirty-Seventh Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, Toronto, Canada, October, 1997. 21. Hurst GC, Alloway RR, Somerville KT, Gaber AO, Stratta RJ. Preliminary experience
with midodrine in kidney/pancreas transplant patients experiencing orthostatic hypotension. American Society of Transplant Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1998. 22. Hurst GC, Somerville KT, Alloway RR, Hathaway D, Moore LW, Gaber AO.
Continued loss of bone density one year post kidney transplant despite preemptive therapy. American Society of Transplant Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago Illinois, May 1998. 23. Alloway RR, Canafax D, Schroeder T, Russell W, Moore L, Burton M, Shah M,
Gaber AO. Bioequivalence of Sang-35 and Neoral for cyclosporine metabolites in stable renal transplant patients. American Society of Transplant Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1998. 24. Regan J, Alloway RR, Rossi S, Campbell K, Buelow R, Lankford M, Gaber AO.
Clinical monitoring of cyclosporine: Capillary whole blood collected with the cyclostat collection device. XVII World Congress of the International Transplant Society, Montreal Canada, July 1998. 25. Gaber AO, Shoukouh-Amiri, Stratta RJ, Reddy KS, Alloway RR, Britt LG, Evolution
in pancreas transplantation techniques: simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation using portal-enteric drainage without antilymphocyte induction. Southern Surgical Association Annual Meeting, December 1998. 26. Abell TL, Horn J, Adl D, Self T, Soberman J, Alloway RR, Thompson L. Correlation
of cisapride levels with EKG Changes: A pilot clinical observation. 1999 Spring Digestive Diseases Week Meeting of the American Gastroenterology Association, April 1999. 27. Sollinger HW, Bruce D, Humar A, Sutherland DER, Light JA, Kaufman DB, Anderson TK, Alloway RR, Stratta RJ. Multicenter retrospective analysis of simultaneous kidney
pancreas transplant recipients receiving daclizumab induction. 18th Annual Meeting of the
American Society of Transplantation., Chicago Illinois. May 1999.
28. Egidi MF, Trofe J, Reed L, Gaber LW, Alloway RR, Shoukouh-Amiri MH, Stratta
RJ, Gaber AO. Risk factors for polyoma virus: A comparative analysis in kidney-pancreas and kidney transplants. 18th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplantation, Chicago Illinois. May 1999. 29. Trofe J, Alloway RR, Godkin J, Kano J, Stratta RJ, Gaber AO. Thymoglobulin for the
prophylaxis or treatment of rejection in pancreas allograft recipients: Results of the US compassionate use experience. 18th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplantation, Chicago Illinois, May, 1999. 30. Stratta RJ, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Egidi MF, Grewal HP, Gaber LW, Alloway RR,
Hathaway DK, Reddy KS, Gaber AO. Graft failure after solitary pancreas transplantation. 7th World Congress of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia, August 1999. 31. Stratta RJ, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Egidi MF, Grewal HP, Gaber LW, Alloway RR,
Hathaway DK, Reddy KS, Gaber AO. Patterns of graft loss after simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation according to technique and immunosuppressive era. 7th World Congress of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association. Oral presentation, Sydney, Australia, August 1999. 32. Stratta RJ, Gaber AO, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Egidi MF, Grewal HP, Gaber LW, Alloway RR, Hathaway DK, Reddy KS. A single center experience with 108 cases of
pancreas transplantation with portal-enteric drainage. 7th World Congress of the
International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association. Oral presentation, Sydney,
Australia, August 1999.
33. Sollinger HW, Bruce DS, Humar A, Sutherland DER, Light JA, Kaufman DB, Anderson TK, Alloway RR, Stratta RJ. Multicenter analysis of daclizumab induction in
simultaneous kidney pancreas transplant recipients. 7th World Congress of the
International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia, August 1999.
34. RJ Stratta, RR Aloway, E Hodge for the PIVOT study group. An open-label,
comparative trial of two daclizumab dosing strategies versus no antibody induction combined with tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and steroids for the prevention of acute rejection in simultaneous kidney/pancreas recipients: Interim analysis. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000. 35. LW Gaber, A Lo, MF Egidi, RJ Stratta, MH Amiri, HP Grewal, T Kizilisik, RR
Alloway, AO. Gaber. Relationship of histological and clinical features of first acute
rejection on recurrent rejection and pancreas failure. First Joint Annual Meeting of the
American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation.
Chicago IL. May 2000.
36. Egidi MF, Trofe J, Stratta RJ, Flax SD, Gaber LW, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Jones M, Vera SR, Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Post Transplant Lymphoproliferative
Disorders: Single Center Experience. Accepted as an oral presentation to the 18th
International Congress of the Transplantation Society, August 27-September 1,2000.
37. Kizilisik TA, Lo A, Stratta RJ, Egidi MF, Amiri MH, Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Trofe J,
Gaber AO. Ganciclovir Prophylaxis for CMV Infection in Simultaneous Kidney Pancreas Transplant Recipients Receiving Tacrolimus, Mycophenolate Mofetil, and Prednisone. Accepted as an oral presentation to the 18th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, August 27-September 1, 2000. 38. Shokouh-Amiri MH, Egidi MF, Lo A, Grewal HP, Vera SR, Stratta RJ, Khan NA, Trofe J, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. The Importance of Early Prevention of Renal
Dysfunction in Liver Transplant Recipients. Accepted as poster presentation to the 18th
International Congress of the Transplantation Society, August 27-September 1,2000.
39. Hanaway MJ, Trofe J, Buell JF, Lo A, Alloway RR, Beebe T, Woodle ES. Colon
Cancer Risk in Liver Transplant Recipients: The Israel Penn International Transplant Tumor Registry Experience. Accepted as an oral presentation to Transplantation 2001: Chicago, Illinois. 40. Trofe J, Buell JF, Hanaway M, Beebe T, First MR, Alloway RR, Lo A, Rilo H,
Woodle ES. Post-Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder in Kidney Transplantation: A 32-Year Experience in 405 Patients from the Israel Penn Transplant Tumor Registry. Accepted as an oral presentation to Transplantation 2001: Chicago, Illinois. Recipient of a Young Investigator Award 41. Stratta RJ, Alloway RR, Lo A, Hodge E A. MultiCenter Open-Label Comparative
Trial of 2 Daclizumab Dosing Strategies VS no Antibody induction in combination with Tacrolimus, Mycophenolate Mofetil, and Steroids in Simultaneous Kidney-Pancreas Transplantation: 6 Month Analysis. Accepted as an oral presentation to Transplantation 2001: Chicago, Illinois 42. Hardinger KL, Stratta RJ, Egidi, MF, Alloway RR, Amiri MH, Gaber LW, Grewal
HP, Honaker MR, Vera SR, Gaber AO Renal Allograf Outcomes in African American Versus Caucasian Transplant Recipients in the Tacrolimus Era. Accepted as a poster presentation to Transplantation 2001: Chicago, Illinois 43. Trofe J, Stratta RJ, Lo A, Gaber LW, Amiri HS, Grewal HP, Egidi MF, Honaker M, Hardinger K, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Thymoglobulin for induction or rejection
therapy in pancreas allograft recipients-single center experience. Accepted as a poster
presentation to Transplantation 2001: Chicago, Illinois
44. RJ Stratta, AO Gaber, MH Shokouh-Amiri, HP Grewal, MF Egidi, AT Kizilisik, DK Hathaway, RR Alloway, LW Gaber. A 9-year Experience with 125 Pancreas
Transplants with Portal-Enteric Drainage. Accepted as an oral presentation to the 2000
Western Surgical Association, November 13, 2000.
45. Donor Transmission of a renal cell carcinoma from a living related donor to a kidney recipient. TM Beebe, JF Buell, RR Alloway, MJ Hanaway, MR First, ES Woodle.
International Transplant Nurses Society, 2001.
46. Maltoma: infectious etiology of malignancy in transplant patients. MJ Aull, J Trofe, MR First, M Hanaway, TM Beebe, RR Alloway, ES Woodle, JF Buell. . International
Transplant Nurses Society, 2001
Kelso TM, Self TH, Alloway RR. Cost Benefit of Conversion from Nebulized
Therapy to MDI plus Spacer, 1992 Winter Practice and Research Forum of the
American College of Clinical Pharmacy, February 1992.
Kelso TM, Self TH, Alloway RR. Cost Benefit of Conversion from Nebulized
Therapy to MDI plus Spacer, Tennessee Thoracic Society Annual Meeting, April
1992.
Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Vera SR, Britt L, Gaber AO. Low Dose
OKT3 Induction Therapy of Cadaveric Transplant Recipients. International
Congress of the Transplantation Society, August 1992.
Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Gaber LW, Vera SR, Gaber AO. Results
of a Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind Study Comparing Standard Versus
Low Dose OKT3 Induction Therapy. American Society of Transplant Surgeons,
May 1992.
Kotb M, Hathaway DK, Alloway RR, Gaber LW, Docktor M, Vera SR, Gaber
AO. Evaluation of Immunological Markers Predictive of Successful OKT3
Induction. American Society of Transplant Physicians Annual Meeting, May 1993.
Alloway RR, Kotb M, Hathaway D, Ohman M, Strain S, Gaber AO.
Pharmacokinetic Profile of OKT3 in Renal Transplant Recipients Receiving
Standard and Low Dose OKT3 for Induction Immunosuppression., American
Society of Transplant Physicians, May 1993.
Ohman M, Kotb M, Leathers LK, Hathaway DK, Alloway RR, Gaber LW,
Gaber AO. Multiparameter Monitoring of Efficacy of OKT3-Induced Immune
Suppression in Renal Allograft Recipients. 19th Annual Meeting of the American
Society of Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics, San Francisco, California,
August 1993.
Lomas R, Kuns J, Kumar A, Alloway RR, Abell TL. Patient Controlled
Promethazine Infusion for Symptom Control in Intractable Nausea and Vomiting.
American Gastroenterological Association/American Association for the Study of
Liver Diseases, May 1993.
Gaber L, Moore L, Alloway RR, Flax S, Gaber AO. Clinical Applicability of the
BANFF Classification for Acute Renal Rejection. 26th Annual Meeting of The
American Society of Nephrology, November 1993.
Gaber L, Moore L, Alloway RR, Amiri H, Gaber AO. Influence of Donor
Nephrosclerosis (ANS) on Kidney Allograft Function. 26th Annual Meeting of The
American Society of Nephrology, November 1993.
Lomas R, Kuns J, Kumar A, Alloway RR, Voeller G, Abell TL. One Year Follow
Up of Patients Treated with Patient Controlled Promethazine for Intractable
Nausea. American Gastroenterological Association/American Association for the
Study of Liver Diseases, May 1994.
Evans SL, Alloway RR, Vera S, Horvath J, Hathaway DK, Gaber AO. The
clinical of CMV titers and cultures in the clinical management of transplant patients.
American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, May 1995.
Anderson RN, Sherman J, Alloway RR, Solomon SS. Effect of cyclosporine and
FK506 on insulin actions in H-411E cells. American Society of Transplantation
Physicians, Chicago IL, May 1997.
Alloway RR, Schroeder T, Russell W, Reddy K, Moore L, Burton M, Shah,
Gaber AO. Bioequivalence comparison of Sandimmune and Neoral versus Sang-
35 cyclosporine in kidney transplant recipients. 1997 Annual Scientific Meeting of
the American Society of Nephrology, San Antonio, Texas, November 1997.
Somerville T, Hurst G, Alloway RR, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Gaber A, Stratta R.
Superior efficacy of oral ganciclovir over oral acyclovir for CMV prophylaxis in
kidney/pancreas and pancreas alone recipients. Seventh International Congress on
Immunosuppression, Orlando Florida, December 1997.
Chaballa M, Alloway RR, Kotb, M, Hathaway DK, Gaber L, Vera SR, Gaber
AO. Five year followup of a prospective, randomized double-blind study
comparing standard versus low dose OKT3 induction therapy in renal allograft
recipients. Seventh International Congress on Immunosuppression, Orlando Florida,
December 1997.
Hurst G, Alloway RR, Hathaway D, Somerville T, Moore L, Gaber A.
Stabilization of bone mass post renal transplant with preemptive care. Seventh
International Congress on Immunosuppression, Orlando Florida, December 1997.
Alak AM, Moy S, Alloway RR, Fraga D, Kotb M, Gaber AO. Tacrolimus
concentrations in renal transplant patients: correlation between levels determined by
Abbott Imx and HPLC coupled with mass spectrometer. Seventh International
Congress on Immunosuppression, Orlando Florida, December 1997.
Alloway RR, Schroeder T, Russell W, Reddy K, Moore L, Burton M, Shah,
Gaber AO. A bioequivalence cross-over study of comparison of Sang-35
cyclosporine versus Sandimmune and Neoral in kidney transplant patients. Eighth
Congress of the European Society for Organ Transplantation, Budapest, Hungary,
September 1997.
Somerville T, Hurst G, Alloway RR, Gaber A, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Stratta R.
Efficacy of oral ganciclovir for CMV prophylaxis in kidney/pancreas and pancreas
alone recipients. American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago Illinois, May 1998. Russell W, Alloway RR, Demirkan K, Stratta R, Gaber AO. Preliminary
experience with troglitazone (Rezulin) in kidney and kidney/pancreas transplant
recipients. American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago Illinois, May 1998.
Reddy KS, Stratta R, Shokouh-Amiri H, Alloway RR, Somerville T, Elmer D,
Gaber AO. Simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation without antilymphocyte
induction. American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago Illinois, May 1998.
Schroeder TJ, First MR, Alloway RR, Canafax DM, Gaber AO, Gaston R. A
series of comparative trials between Sang-35 and other cyclosporine formulations in
stable renal transplant patients. American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago
Illinois, May 1998.
Somerville T, Reddy S, Alloway RR, Hurst G, Gaber AO, Shokouh-Amiri MH,
Stratta R. Incidence and management of mycophenolate mofetil adverse effects in
simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant patients. American Society of Transplant
Physicians, Chicago Illinois, May 1998.
Regan J, Alloway RR, Rossi, S, Campbell K, Buelow R, Lankford M, Gaber AO.
Clinical monitoring of cyclosporine using capillary blood collected and dried onto a
collection device (Cyclostat). American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago
Illinois, May 1998.
Reddy KS, Stratta R, Shoukouh-Amiri MH, Alloway RR, Somerville T, Elmer D,
Gaber A. Simultaneous Kidney-pancreas transplantation without antilymphocyte
induction. XVII World Congress, Montreal Canada, July 1998.
Somerville T, Reddy S, Alloway RR, Hurst G, Gaber AO, Shokouh-Amiri MH,
Stratta R. Incidence and management of mycophenolate mofetil adverse effects in
simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant patients. XVII World Congress, Montreal
Canada, July 1998.
Schroeder T, First R, Alloway RR, Pan SH, Gaber AO. Pharmacokinetic trials in
normals, kidney, and liver transplant patients: Sang-35 vs. Neoral cyclosporine.
XVII World Congress of the International Transplant Society, Montreal Canada,
July 1998.
Gaston R, First MR, Alloway RR, Canafax DM, Gaber AO, Schroeder TJ.
Sang-35 vs. Neoral or Sandimmune in stable renal transplant patients. XVII World
Congress, Montreal Canada, July 1998.
Meier-Kriesch HU, Alloway RR, Gaber AO, Canafax D, Kaplan B. A limited
sampling strategy (LSS) to predict the Sang-35 area under the curve (AUC) in adult
renal transplant recipients. 31st. Annual Meeting and Scientific Exposition of the
American Society of Nephrology, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, October 1998.
Alloway RR, VanFleet A, Schroeder TJ, Canafax DM, Moore LW, Shah MJ,
Gaber AO. A clinical practice experience in the development of Sang-35, a new
cyclosporine formulation. 31st. Annual Meeting and Scientific Exposition of the
American Society of Nephrology, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, October 1998.
Reddy KS, Stratta RJ, Alloway RR, Somerville TK, Amiri HS, Gaber AO.
Innovations in Pancreas Transplantation: Simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant
using portal-enteric drainage without anti-lymphocyte induction. 31st. Annual
meeting and scientific exposition. American Society of Nephrology, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania, October 1998.
Tuteja S, Alloway RR, Johnson JA, Gaber AO. Effect of gut metabolism on
tacrolimus (FK-506) bioavailability in renal transplant recipients. 18th Annual
Meeting of the American Society of Transplantation, Chicago Illinois, May 1999.
Lo A, Alloway RR, Trofe J, Amiri HS, Egidi MF, Grewal HP, Stratta RJ, Vera S,
Gaber AO. Outcomes in solid organ transplant patients received granulocyte
stimulating factor (G-CSF) for the management of neutropenia. 18th annual meeting
of the American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 1999.
Trofe J, Reddy KS, Somerville TK, Egidi MF, Flax M, Alloway RR, Stratta RJ,
Gaber AO. Erlichiosis after pancreas transplantation. Eighteenth Annual Meeting of
the American Society of Transplantation, Chicago Illinois, May, 1999.
LW Gaber, MF Egidi, V Sing, J Trofe, R Alloway, M Kotb, AO Gaber. Focal
mild intimal arteritis without associated parenchymal inflammation: Rejection or No
Rejection. 18th annual meeting of the American Society of Transplantation. Poster
presentation, Chicago IL. May 1999.
RJ Stratta, A Lo, DK Hathaway RP Winsett, EF Egidi, MH Shoukouh-Amiri, HP
Grewal, RR Alloway, AO Gaber. Long-term outcomes in simultaneous kidney-
pancreas transplant recipients with portal-enteric drainage. 25th annual meeting of
the American Society of Transplant Surgeons. Poster presentation, Chicago IL.
May 1999.
MF Egidi, J Trofe, RJ Stratta, MH Shoukouh-Amiri, HP Grewal, RR Alloway,
AO Gaber. The effect of tacrolimus on the blood sugar control in pancreas
transplant patients: A comparison among systemic enteric, portal enteric, and
bladder Anastomosis techniques. 25th annual meeting of the American Society of
Transplant Surgeons. Poster presentation, Chicago IL. May 1999.
BN Nguyen, RR Alloway, AO Gaber, JA Johnson. Relationship between
cyclosporine and endothelin concentrations in renal transplant recipients. 18th annual
meeting of the American Society of Transplantation. Poster presentation, Chicago
IL. May 1999.
Stratta RJ, Egidi MF, Shokouh-Amiri MH, Grewal HP, Hathaway DK, Alloway
RR
, Gaber AO. Analysis of mortality after pancreas transplantation according to
transplant type and immunosuppressive era. 7th World Congress of the International
Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia, August 1999.
Stratta RJ, Lo A, Hathaway DK, Winsett RP, Egidi MF, Shokouh-Amiri MH,
Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Long-term outcome in simultaneous kidney-
pancreas transplant recipients with portal-enteric drainage. Seventh World Congress
of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia,
August 1999.
Stratta RJ, Lo A, Hathaway DK, Winsett RP, Egidi MF, Shokouh-Amiri H,
Grewal HP, Alloway RR, Gaber AO. Is the native pancreas more susceptible to
abnormalities causing glucose intolerance than the transplanted pancreas? Seventh
World Congress of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association,
Sydney, Australia, August 1999.
Egidi MF, Trofe J, Stratta RJ, Shoukouh-Amiri MH, Alloway RR, Grewal HP,
Gaber AO. Glucose control in pancreas transplants: Comparative study among
anastomotic techniques. Seventh World Congress of the International Pancreas and
Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia, August 1999.
Trofe J, Alloway R, Godkin J, Kano J, Stratta R, Gaber A. Thymoglobulin use in
pancreas transplantation. Seventh World Congress of the International Pancreas
and Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia, August 1999.
Trofe J, Reddy KS, Somerville TK, Egidi MF, Flax S, Alloway RR, Stratta RJ,
Gaber AO. Erlichiosis infection in pancreas transplants. Seventh World Congress
of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association, Sydney, Australia,
August 1999.
Egidi MF, Trofe J, Reed L, Gaber LW, Alloway RR, Shoukouh-Amiri MH,
Stratta RJ, Gaber AO. Risk factors for polyoma virus (BK): comparative analysis
in kidney and pancreas transplants. Seventh World Congress of the International
Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association. Sydney, Australia, August 1999.
MF Egidi, J Trofe, RJ Stratta, SD Flax, LW Gaber, HS Amiri, M Jones, NA Khan,
SR Vera, HP Grewal, RR Alloway, AO Gaber. Post transplant
lymphoproliferative disorders: therapeutic approach and outcome in solid organ
transplantation. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant
Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000.
HS Amiri, A Lo, K Hardinger, RR Alloway, J Trofe, HP Grewal, SR Vera, T
Anderson, T Kizilisik, AO Gaber. A low dose, short course of Mycophenolate
Mofetil (MMF) in combination with Tacrolimus after adult liver transplantation. First
Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the
American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000.
MR Honaker, HS Amiri, RR Alloway, HP Grewal, K Hardinger, TA Kizilisik, T
Bagous, J Trofe, SR Vera, AO Gaber. Evolving experience of HBV prophylaxis in
liver transplant recipients. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of
Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL.
May 2000.
Tuteja S, , Meier-Kriesche H, Streetman DS, Johnson JA, Gaber AO. The effect of gender on ketoconazole induced changes in tacrolimus pharmacokinetics. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000. DK Hathaway, RP Winsett, RR Alloway, AK Cashion, MA Smith, MN Wicks,
RJ Stratta, AO Gaber. Immunosuppressant side effect profile of patients one two
twenty years posttransplant. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of
Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Chicago IL.
May 2000.
MF Egidi, J Trofe, A Lo, RJ Stratta, SR Vera, HP Grewal, MH Amiri, A Salloum,
LW Gaber, RR Alloway, AO Gaber. Risk factors predisposing liver and kidney
transplant patients to the development of post transplant diabetes. First Joint Annual
Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society
of Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000.
MR Honaker, A Lo, RJ Stratta, MF Egidi, RR Alloway, MH Amiri, LW Gaber,
HP Grewal, KL Hardinger, AO Gaber. Impact of HCV status in pancreas
transplantation: A case controlled study. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American
Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation.
Chicago IL. May 2000.
A Lo, RJ Stratta, RR Alloway, MF Egidi, H Amiri, HP Grewal, TA Kizilisik, AO
Gaber. Limited benefits of induction with monoclonal antibody to interleukin-2
recpetor in combination with tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and steroids in
simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation. First Joint Annual Meeting of the
American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of
Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000.
A Lo, RJ Stratta, MF Egidi, MH Amiri, HP Grewal, RR Alloway, LW Gaber, AO
Gaber. Outcomes of simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation in African-
American recipeints. A case controlled study. First Joint Annual Meeting of the
American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of
Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000.
MF Egidi, N Khan, KL Hardinger, LW Gaber, RJ Stratta, J Trofe, RR Alloway
AO Gaber. Redefining the impact of systemic lupus erythematosus on renal
allografts: The need for aggressive surveillance. First Joint Annual Meeting of the
American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of
Transplantation. Chicago IL. May 2000.

PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS

1. “Low Dose OKT3 Induction Therapy of Cadaveric Transplant Recipients”. XIVth International Congress of the Transplantation Society. August 1992. 2. “Conversion From Cyclosporine to FK-506 in Kidney, Kidney/pancreas, and Pancreas Alone Transplant Recipients. A Single Center Experience. Minneapolis Transplant Congress: New Immunosuppressive Drugs, Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 1995. 3. “Effect of Gut Metabolism on Tacrolimus Bioavailability in Renal Transplant Recipients”. American Society of Transplantation Surgeons Annual Meeting, Chicago Illinois, May 1997. 4. “An Open-Labeled Single Center Bioequivalence Comparison of Sandimmune and Neoral versus Sang-35 Cyclosporine”. American Society of Transplantation Physicians Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, May 1997. 5. “Bioequivalence of Sang-35 and Neoral for cyclosporine metabolites in stable renal transplant patients. American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago Illinois, May 1998.
PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS by TRAINEES

1. Chaballa M. “Five year followup of a prospective randomized double-blind study
comparing standard versus low dose OKT3 induction therapy in renal allograft recipients”. American Society of Transplantation Physicians, oral presentation, Chicago IL, May 1997. 2. Hurst GC. “Preliminary experience with midodrine in kidney/pancreas transplant patients experiencing orthostatic hypotension”. American Society of Transplant Physicians, oral presentation, Chicago Illinois, May 1998. 3. Hurst GC. “ Continued loss of bone density one year post kidney transplant despite preemptive therapy”. American Society of Transplant Physicians, oral presentation, Chicago Illinois, May 1998 4. Trofe J. “Risk factors for Polyoma Virus: A comparative analysis in kidney-pancreas and kidney transplants”. 18th annual meeting of the American Society of Transplantation. Oral presentation, Chicago IL. May 1999. 5. Trofe J. “Thymoglobulin for the prophylaxis or treatment of rejection in pancreas allograft recipients: Results of the US compassionate use experience”. 18th annual meeting of the American Society of Transplantation. Oral presentation, Chicago IL. May 1999. 6. Trofe J. “Thymoglobulin use in pancreas transplantation”. 7th World Congress of the International Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association. Oral presentation, Sydney, Australia, August 1999. 7. Lo A. “Relationship of histological and clinical features of first acute rejection on recurrent rejection and pancreas failure.” First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Oral presentation. Chicago IL. May 2000. 8. Lo A. “Importance of surveillance biopsy monitoring in solitary pancreas transplant patients receiving tacrolimus and mycophenolate mofetil. First Joint Annual Meeting of the American Society of Transplant Surgeons and the American Society of Transplantation. Oral presentation. Chicago IL. May 2000. 9. Lo A. “Patterns of CMV infection in SKPT recipients receiving FK, MMF, and prednisone with ganciclovir prophylaxis.” International Transplantation Society Meeting. Oral presentation, Rome Italy. August 2000.
10. A Lo,. Patterns of cytomegalovirus infection in simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplant
recipients receiving tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and prednisone with ganciclovir prophylaxis. The XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society,Oral Presentation, Rome Italy, August 2000. 11. A Lo. Outcomes of simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation in African-American recipients: A case control study. The XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society, Poster Presentation, Rome Italy, August 2000.
12. A Lo,. Limited benefits of induction with monoclonal antibody to interleukin-2 receptor in
simultaneous kidney-pancreas transplantation. The XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society, Poster presentation, Rome Italy, August 2000. 13. Aull M, Long-term Graft Function in Renal Transplantation using Non-Heart-beating Donors. Transplantation 2001, Oral Presentation Chicago, Illinois, May 2001. Recipient of a Young Investigator Award 14. Aull M, Experience with 274 Cardiac Transplant Recipients Post-Transplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder: A Report from the Israel Penn Transplant Tumor Registry. Transplantation 2001: Oral Presentation Chicago, Illinois, May 2001. 15. Aull M Transmission of Donor Malignancy during Renal Transplantation: A Report from the Israel Penn International Transplant Tumor Registry. Transplantation 2001 Oral Presentation Chicago, Illinois, May 2001. INVITED PRESENTATIONS

1. "Current Concepts of FK-506", Transplant Conference, UT Bowld Hospital, September
2. "Current Cholesterol Screenings", Tri Beta, Christian Brothers College, Memphis, 3. "Individual Chemotherapeutic Agents”, University of Tennessee, Memphis, Van Vleet 4. “The Role of Monoclonal and Polyclonal Antibodies in Transplantation”, Upjohn Pharmaceutical corporation Annual Meeting, French Quarter Inn, Memphis, April 1992. 5. “The Role of Monoclonal and Polyclonal Antibodies in Transplantation”,, Upjohn Pharmaceutical corporation seminar Annual Meeting, Chicago, June 1992. 6. “The Role of Monoclonal and Polyclonal Antibodies in Transplantation and Results of a Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind Study Comparing Standard Versus Low Dose OKT3 Induction Therapy”, Symposium on Transplantation Immunology, Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans, December 1992. 7. “Pharmacologic and Pharmacokinetic Comparison of Antifungal Agents”, Pfizer Laboratories, January, February, April 1993. 8. “Pharmacologic and Pharmacokinetic Comparison of Antifungal Agents, Arkansas Association of Hospital Pharmacists”, Annual Convention, Hospital Academy Seminar, Fort Smith, Arkansas, June 1993. 9. “Over-the-Counter Medications to Avoid in Hypertensive Patients”, University of Tennessee 10. “Safe Administration of ATGAM”, Tulane University, Transplantation Nursing Staff, 11. “Description of a Traineeship in Immunotherapeutics”, Twenty-fourth Annual Tennessee Society of Hospital Pharmacists Meeting, March 1994. 12. “Kidney Transplant Case History of CMV Infection”, Roundtable Discussion, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, August, 1994. 13. “Demographic and Clinical factors Affecting TCR Expression During and After OKT3 Treatment”, The American Society of Nephrology, October 1994. 14. “An Overview of Transplantation Activities at the University of Tennessee, UT Bowld Hospital”, University of Tennessee, Board of Trustees, February 1995. 15. “Clinical Monitoring of OKT3 Therapy in the Transplant Patient”, University of Tennessee, College of Pharmacy, Department of Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty Research Seminar, May 1995. 16. “The Use of Tacrolimus in Renal Transplant Recipients”, St. Mary Hospital, Renal Transplant Division, Grand Rapids, Michigan, August, 1995. 17. “CellCept: A Novel Immunosuppressant for Prevention of Renal Allograft Rejection”, Nationwide Pharmacy Tele-Conference, Hoffman LaRoche, Inc. August-October 1995. 18. “The Use of Tacrolimus in Renal Transplant Recipients”, Harper Hospital, The Detroit Medical Center, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, November, 1995. 19. “Pharmaceutical Care of the Transplant Patient”, The Tennessee Society of Home Care, 20. “Immunosuppressive Management of the Transplant Patient”, Medshares Home Care 21. “Focusing on Nursing Involvement in Multidisciplinary Research”, Twenty-seventh Annual National Research Development Conference, Memphis, TN June 1996. 22. “Pharmaceuticals in Transplantation”, United Resources Networks, A Course in Transplantation for Case Managers, Phoenix, AZ, November 1996. 23. “Immunosuppressive Therapy of the Liver Transplant Patient”, University of Tennessee, Division of Gastroenterology ,Pathophysiology Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, April 1997. 24. New Advances in Immunosuppressive Therapy in the Transplant Patient, University of Tennessee, Division of Endocrinology , Interhospital Grand Rounds, Memphis, Tennessee, April 1997. 25. An open labeled single center bioequivalence comparison of Sandimmune and Neoral versus Sang-35 cyclosporine. Clinical Transplant Pharmacists Advisory Meeting, Seattle Washington, June 1997. 26. Effect of gut metabolism on tacrolimus bioavailability in renal transplant recipients. Clinical Transplant Pharmacists Advisory Meeting, Seattle Washington, June 1997. 27. Immunosuppressive Philosophy and Management of the Transplant Patient, Ortho Biotech, National Sales Specialist Training School, Newark, New Jersey, July 1997. 28. Immunosuppressive Management of the Transplant Patient, UT Bowld Hospital , Transplant 29. Immunosuppressive Philosophy and Management of the Transplant Patient, Fujisawa, National Sales Specialist Training School, Deerfield , Illinois, October 1997. 30. Results of US Trials with Generic cyclosporine in Renal Transplant recipients The Memphis Experience. 1997 American Society of Nephrology, Annual Meeting, Satellite symposium, November 1997. 31. Generic Immunosuppressants: A good idea or not? 1997 American Society of Health System Pharmacists, Satellite symposium, December 1997. 32. Transplant Immunosuppression in 1998: State of the Art, Antibody Therapy in Transplantation. 1997 American Society of Health System Pharmacists, Satellite symposium, December 1997. 33. An Overview of Monoclonal and Polyclonal Antibody Therapy and its Monitoring, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Nephrology and Gastroenterology Conference, March 1994. 34. Overview of Immunosuppression in Transplantation, Zenapax Use in Transplantation. Nova Factor, Zenapax Project Group, Memphis, TN, February 1998. 35. Bioequivalence of cyclosporine and metabolites between Sang-35 and Neoral, SangStat Medical Corporation, National Sales Specialist Training School, Palo Alto, CA, April 1998. 36. The clinical development of Sang35. University of Chicago, Transplant Division, Chicago 37. An update on antibody therapy in transplantation. University of Chicago, Transplant Division, Chicago Illinois, September 1998. 38. Update on cyclosporine pharmacokinetics and formulations. Midwestern University, Chicago College of Pharmacy, Chicago, Illinois, November 1998. 39. An update on new immunosuppressive agents. 1998 Annual Meeting, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 1998. 40. Immunosuppressive Philosophy and Management of the Transplant Patient, Fujisawa, National Sales Specialist Training School, Deerfield , Illinois, November 1998. 41. The Development of SangCyA, a generic cyclosporine. LeBonheur Childrens Hospital, 42. The Development of SangCyA, a generic cyclosporine. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, March 1999. 43. Immunology Overview and Immunosuppression, Barnes Jewish Hospital Grand Rounds, St. 44. Critical Drugs In transplantation: Methods of Evaluation. Determination of Therapeutic Equivalence: The pharmacists perspective. 1999 Annual APhA meeting, Satellite Symposium, San Antonio, Texas, March 1999. 45. TOR Inhibitors: A new approach to Immunosuppression. Review of the Clinical Trials: Efficacy and Safety. Moderator and Speaker. Satellite Symposium, American College of Clinical Pharmacy, International Congress on Clinical Pharmacy, Orlando. Florida, April 1999. 46. Bioequivalence testing of SangCya and Neoral in Stable Renal Transplant Recipients, National Conference , SangStat Medical Corporation, April 1999. 47. Immunosuppressive Philosophy and Management of the Transplant Patient, Fujisawa, National Sales Specialist Training School, Deerfield , Illinois, May 1999. 48. The Development of Thymoglobulin for use in Transplantation. LeBonheur Childrens 49. Development of Generic Immunosuppressants, International Transplant Nurses Society, 50. Update on Current Immunosuppressive Therapies. Medimmune Training Course, 51. Pancreas Transplantation and Subsequent Challenges. Memphis Area Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. Memphis. Tennessee. September 1999. 52. Pharmacists Opportunities for Collaborative Research in Transplantation. University of Memphis and University of Tennessee, Graduate Program in Health Science Administration Program. Memphis, Tennessee, September 1999. 53. Generic Drug Development: Is it Adequate for Immunosuppressants. International Transplant Nurses Society, Birmingham, Alabama. October 1999. 54. Current Status of Immunosuppressive Drug Development in Transplantation, Wichita, Kansas Medical Center Transplant Grand Rounds, Wichita, Kansas, October, 1999. 55. Current Status of Immunosuppressive Drug Development in Transplantation, University of Vanderbilt Transplant Grand Rounds, Nashville, Tennessee, October 1999. 56. The Use of Cyclosporine Generic Derivatives in Adult Transplant Solid Organ Recipients: Implications For Pediatric Transplantation", University of Pittsburgh Children's Hospital Transplant Grand Rounds, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November, 1999. 57. Update on New Immunosuppressive Therapies. Breaking Issues. Section of Clinical Specialists of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Orlando Florida, December 1999. 58. The Future of Generic Immunosuppressive Drug Development in Transplantation, University of Utah Transplant Grand Rounds, Salt Lake City, Utah, January, 2000. 59. Immunosuppressive Drug Therapy in Transplantation, University of Utah Pharmacy Services, 60. "Generic Immunosuppressive Drug Therapy", Austin Diagnostic Clinic Transplant Grand 61. "Overview of Generic Drug Development", Hospital and Managed Care Pharmacy Group of San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, January 2000. 62. Generic immunosuppressive drug development in transplantation. Cincinnati Children's 63. “Cyclosporine Generic Derivatives: Use and Misuse in Transplantation”., Christ Hospital Transplant Grand Rounds, February, 2000. 64. “Principles and Practice of Generic Drug Development in Solid Organ Transplantation,” University of Cincinnati Transplant Seminar, February, 2000. 65. Development of Sang-35, a Generic Cyclosporine. Formulary Review Committee, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, February 2000. 66. “Generic Drugs in Transplantation”, Pharmacists Training Seminar, Abbott Laboratories, 67. “Cyclosporine Generic Drug Development”, Transplant Grand Rounds, Ochsner Medical Foundation, New Orleans, Louisiana, February, 2000. 68. Are FDA guidelines adquate for Development of Generic Immunosuppressants? Transplant Grand Rounds, University of Michigan, Ann Harbor, Michigan, March 2000. 69. “Transplant 2005”, Annual American Nephrology Nurses Association Meeting. Nashville, 70. “Update on Immunosuppressive Therapy: A Pharmacists Perspective”, Memphis Area Pharmacist Society. Memphis Tennessee, April 2000. 71. “Generic Immunosuppressant Use in Transplantation”, United Network for Organ Sharing Annual Meeting, Baltimore Maryland, April 2000. 72. “Generic Drugs in Transplantation”, Physician’s Training Seminar, Abbott Laboratories, 73. “The Clinical Relevance of Bioequivalence” Transplant Advisory Meeting, Abbott/SangStat, 74. “Update on Immunosuppressive Therapy for the Transplant Coordinator”, Kansas City Transplant Coordinators Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, May 2000. 75. “The Clinical Relevance of Bioequivalence and the Impact of Cyclosporine Generics” Transplant Grand Rounds, Emory University Atlanta, Georgia, June 2000. 76. “Transplantation Pharmacology”, Transplant Fellows Conference 2000, Vail Colorado, July 77. “Update on Immunosuppressive Therapy and the Impact on the Development of CMV”, Medimmune Training Course, Baltimore, Maryland, July 2000. 78. “Transplant 2005”, ITNS Golden Triangle Chapter Meeting. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. 79. “Gengraf Transplant Patient Data Overview”, Virginia Formulary. Richmond Virgina. 80. “Transplant, Past, Present and Future”, Maximizing the Pharmacists Role in Transplant Patient Management: Current Best Practices”. Marco Island Florida, January 2001. 81. “The Scientific Data on Cyclosporine Generics: Pharmacokinetics”, American Society of Transplantation, St. Louis Missouri, February 2001.
TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES: LECTURES AND COURSES

1. Current Status of Kidney Transplantation, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of 2. Immunosuppressive Philosophy and Management of the Transplant Patient, University of Tennessee, Memphis, FNP Training Class, May 1999. 3. Principles of Immunosuppressive Regimens. University of Tennessee, Memphis, College 4. Immunology Overview and Immunosuppression, UT Bowld Transplant Nursing Course, 5. Pharmacologic Management of Solid Organ Transplants at the University of Tennessee, UT Bowld Nursing Staff, July 1997, February 1998. 6. Clinical Laboratory Monitoring-Immunology, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, January 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. 7. Clinical Pharmacokinetics of Immunosuppressive Agents, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, February 1996, November 1997. 8. Pharmacologic Considerations of Transplant Therapy for the Dental Patient, University of Tennessee, College of Dentistry, Postgraduate Periodontics, April 1995, June 1998. 9. Overview of Transplantation Immunology, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, February 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999. 10. Overview of Clinical Immunology, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of 11. Immunosuppressive Agents Used in Solid Organ Transplantation and Their Impact upon the Patients Physical Abilities, UT Bowld Hospital, Physical Therapy Department, Memphis, September 1994, 1996. 12. Immunosuppressive Agents Utilized in Solid Organ Transplantation and Their Monitoring, Preceptorship in Solid Organ Transplantation, University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Memphis, February 1994, September 1994. 13. Immunosuppressive Agents Used in Solid Organ Transplantation, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, February 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998. 14. Roles and Issues for Advanced Nursing Practice-Conducting Collaborative Research, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Nursing, February 1994, 1995. 15. Extra-Renal Solid Organ Transplantation, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of 16. A Pharmacist's Role in Transplantation, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of 17. Pharmacologic Management of Solid Organ Transplants at the University of Tennessee, University of Tennessee, College of Nursing Students, Semesterly, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995. 18. Medical Management of the Renal Transplant Patient, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, September 1992. 19. Parathyroid Hormone, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, March 20. Individual Chemotherapeutic Agents, University of Tennessee, Memphis, Van Fleet 21. Pharmacist Role in Transplantation, University of Tennessee, Memphis, College of Pharmacy, January, June 1991; March 1992. 22. Pharmacologic Management of Liver Transplants, Nursing Critical Care Course, UT 23. Pharmacologic Management of Kidney Transplants, Nursing Critical Care Course, UT 24. Pharmacologic Management of Pancreas Transplants, Nursing Critical Care Course, UT 25. "OKT3 Protocol", Nursing Staff Inservice UT Bowld Hospital, May 1990. 26. "Management of Electrolytes", Nursing Staff Inservice, UT Bowld Hospital, March 27. "Treatment of DVT and PE", Nursing Staff Inservice, UT Bowld Hospital, February 28. "Overview of the Management of Parkinson's Disease", Pharm.D. Students, Veterans Administration Medical Center, July 1989. 29. "Anticoagulation of DVT and PE", Pharm.D. Students, Veterans Administration Medical 30. "Treatment of Ascites", Pharm.D. Students, Veterans Administration Medical Center, 31. "Expression of Opinions on the Job", ITTG, Veterans Administration Medical Center, 32. "Unproven Arthritis Remedies", University of Tennessee, Memphis College of Pharmacy, 33. "Use of Heparin and Warfarin", University of Tennessee, Memphis, Neurology 34. "Anticoagulation of DVT and PE", Veterans Administration Medical Center, Medical 35. "Drug Review of Ceftin", Veterans Administration Medical Center, Pharmacy Students 36. "Concentration of Aminoglycosides in Bronchial Secretions", Pharmacy Service, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Memphis, TN, February 1988. 37. "Seasonal Affective Disorders", Journal Club, Midtown Mental Health Institute, 38. "Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease", Pharmacy Service , Regional Medical 39. "Aminoglycoside Pharmacokinetics", Medicine Team, Regional Medical Center, 40. "Therapeutic Management of Cystic Fibrosis Patients", Inservice Training, Special Care Unit Nurses and Respiratory Therapists, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, Memphis, TN, April 1984.
PROJECTS
1. Coordination of University of Tennessee Division of Transplantation Preceptorship, SangStat Medical Corporation, University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Memphis, September 1994, 6 participants. 2. ASHP Residency Accreditation, Specialized Residency in Transplantation, submitted 3. Coordination of “Rapamycin Day”, University of Tennessee, Memphis, December 1999. 4. Coordination of University of Tennessee Division of Transplantation Preceptorship, Wyeth Ayerst Research Laboratories., University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Memphis, November 1999, 2 participants. 5. Participant of Fujisawa Clinical Pharmacy Advisory Group, March 1999. 6. Moderator of Roche Clinical Pharmacy Advisory Group, February 1999. 7. Moderator of Zenapax Kidney/Pancreas Roche Study Group, April 1998. 8. Initiate the UT Bowld Clinical Pharmacy Working Group, July 1997. 9. Initiation of corporate relationships between SangStat Medical Corporation, the Transplant Pharmacy and the University of Tennessee, Transplant Division, July 1996. 10. Initiation of corporate relationships between MedShares and the University of Tennessee, Transplant Division, July 1996. 11. Designing Outcomes Research for the Transplant Pharmacy, Kansas City, Missouri, 12. Organized a visit from Baxter Homehealth Care Division to discuss product development with a focus upon the transplantation market. 13. Creating a jointly funding GI/Nutritional Support Clinical Pharmacist between UT Bowld 14. Pilot center for establishing a Disease State Management System with SangStat Medical Corporation, The Transplant Pharmacy, May 1996. 15. Establishing the involvement of the College of Social Work within UT Bowld Hospital, 16. JCAHO Site Survey Response, November 1995. 17. Coordination of University of Tennessee Division of Transplantation Preceptorship, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation, University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Memphis, September 1995, 5 participants. 18. Patient Medication Use Education, poster presentation, JCAHO site survey, April 1995. 19. Coordination of University of Tennessee Division of Transplantation Preceptorship, Ortho Biotech, Fujisawa USA, Inc., University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Memphis, September 1994, 7 participants. 20. Moderator and Organizer, Managing CMV Disease in Transplant Recipients: A Roundtable Discussion. American College of Clinical Pharmacy, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1994. 21. Coordination of University of Tennessee Division of Transplantation Preceptorship, Fujisawa USA, Inc., University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Memphis, April 1994, 3 22. Acquiring funding for the establishment of a Transplantation/Critical Care Pharmacy Residency, UT Bowld Hospital, January 1994. 23. Comparison of Oral Antigungal Agents, University of Tennessee, Drug Information Center, Allied Pharmacy Management Inc., July 1993. 24. UT Bowld Hospital, Transplant Patient Medicine Education Manual, July 1992. 25. University of Tennessee, Department of Surgery, Division of Transplantation, Surgery Resident’s Manual for Transplatation, July 1992. 26. Medical Management of Ulcerative Colitis: Hypercolotis, Hypercard instructional stack for Gastrointestinal Medicine, April 1992 27. Implementation of UT Bowld Hospital Formulary, UT Bowld, November 1991. 28. Implementation of Self Administration of Medications to Transplant Patients, UT Bowld, 29. Implementation of Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting System, UT Bowld, August, 1989. 30. Implementation of course/faculty evaluation at the University of Tennessee, Memphis
Community Service

1. Careers in the Pharmacy, On-Site Day Visit, Memphis City School, Optional Schools Program, East High School student, May 1995. 2. Minority Challenge Program, High School Graduates, University of Tennessee, June- 3. Careers in the Health Sciences, College and Career Day, East High School students, 4. University of Tennessee Medical Group Radio Program, "Medicine and Drugs"; WMC- RESEARCH FUNDING: CURRENT
1. “An open-label, comparative trial of two daclizumab dosing strategies versus no induction
treatment in combination with tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and steroids for the prevention of acute allograft rejection in simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant recipients.” Funded by Roche Laboratories-$4,316,510, Co-principal investigator, 50% effort. 2. "A prospective, randomized, multicenter trial of early corticosteroid cessation vs. long term maintenance corticosteroid therapy in primary renal allograft recipients treatment with tacrolimus and mycophenolate mofetil." Funded by Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals-$440,000, Co- Investigator, 10% effort. “Cytogam Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic markers in the treatment of CMV disease.” Funded by Medimmune-$50,000, Co-Investigator, 20% effort. “A Prospective, pilot study of early corticosteroid cessation with Zenapax, Prograf, Cellcept, and Rapamune in High Immunologic Risk Renal Transplant Recipients” Funded by Roche Laboratories-$204,565, Co-investigator, 10% effort. “A Prospective Pilot Study of Corticosteroid Avoidance with Prograf, Cellcept and Rapamune that Avoids Induction Therapy in Renal Transplant Patients” Funded by Wyeth Ayerst Pharmaceutical Company -$167,386, Co-investigator, 10% effort. “An open-label study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of early (5 day) steroid cessation in de novo renal allograft recipients treated with Simulect induction and Prograf in combination with Rapamune.” Funded by Wyeth Ayerst Pharmaceutical Company –In negotiation, Co-investigator, 10% effort. “A multicenter, randomized, partially-blinded study of the safety and efficacy of FTY720 combined with corticosteroids and full or reduced dose Neoral in de novo adult renal transplant recipients.” Funded Novartis Pharmaceutical Company –In negotiation, Co-investigator, 10% effort.
RESEARCH FUNDING: PENDING

1. “Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic evaluation of open-label, comparative trial of two daclizumab dosing strategies versus no induction treatment in combination with tacrolimus, mycophenolate mofetil, and steroids for the prevention of acute allograft rejection in simultaneous kidney/pancreas transplant recipients.” Funding in negotiation with Roche Laboratories-$54,000, Co-principal investigator, 50% effort. 2. “Glucocorticoid pharmacokinetics during rapid steroid withdrawal and prolonged steroid immunosuppression in renal transplant recipients.” Funding in negotiation with Fujisawa, Co- investigator, 10% effort. 3. "Corticosteroid-free, Calcineurin-sparing Immunosuppression Protocol for HLA- Identical Living Donor Renal Transplant Recipients". Funding in negotiation with Roche Laboratories, Co- investigator, 10% effort. 4. "A Phase 2, Randomized Multicenter, double-blind safety study of ISA 247 and Cyclosporine in post renal Transpalnt Patients". Funding in negotiation with Isotechnika, Co- investigator, 10% effort. 5. "WAR 316". Funding in negotiation with Wyeth Ayerst, Co- investigator, 10% effort. RESEARCH FUNDING: PREVIOUS
1. Educational Grant from Upjohn, $7,500. 2. Educational Grant from Hoechst-Roussel, $500. 3. Educational Grant from Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, $500. 4. “Immunoglobulin Prophylaxis in Recipients of Solid Organ Transplants.” Funded by Cutter Biological, $26,000; Collaborating Investigator, 10% effort. 5. “Randomized Double-Blind Study Comparing Standard Versus Low Dose OKT3 Induction Therapy.” Funded by Ortho Pharmaceuticals, $20,000; Principal Investigator, 50% effort. 6. “Oral 256U87 Suppression of Cytomegalovirus Infection and Disease in Renal Allograft Recipients.” Funded by Burroughs Wellcome Company, $117,768; Collaborating Investigator, 10% effort. 7. "A Multicenter Randomized Comparative Study Comparing Sandimmune Oral Solution and OG37-325 Oral Solution in the Prevention of Renal Allograft Rejection." Funded by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation, $125,760; Co-Principal Investigator, 25% effort. 8. "A Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blind Random-Off Evaluation of the Efficacy of Oral (Demadex) in Patients with Chronic Renal Insufficiency". Funded by Boehringer Mannheim Pharmaceuticals, $52,430; Co-Investigator, 25% effort. 9. "An Open-Label Safety and Tolerance Study of Peripheral Vein Administration of Equine Antithyymocyte Globulin (ATGAM)". Funded by the Upjohn Company, $250,000-drug supply/$12,500-labor; Co-Principal Investigator, 50% effort. 10. IMx Tacrolimus Assay Investigation Device Evaluation, Funded by Abbott Laboratories, Budget in negotiation. Collaborating Investigator, 10% effort. 11. "A Prospective, Randomized, Comparative Multicenter Safety and Tolerability Study of Neoral versus Sandimmune in Primary Liver Transplant Patients." Funded by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation, 45,000, Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 12. "A Double-blinded Randomized Multicenter Phase III Clinical Trial of Thymoglobulin Versus Atgam in the Treatment of Acute Graft Rejection Episodes following Renal Transplantation in Adults." Funded by SangStat Medical Corporation, $200,000, Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 13. "Effects of FK-506 (Prograf) on Hyperlipidemia After Successful Renal Transplantation." Funded by Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals, $13,400, Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 14. "Multicenter, Open-Label Study of the Safety and Tolerability of Neoral in Stable Renal Patients. " Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation, $38,000, Co-principal 15. "A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo, Controlled Trial of SDZ CHI 621 for the Prevention of Acute Cellular Rejection in Renal Allograft Recipients." Funded by Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation, $16,400, Co-principal Investigator, 10% 16. Educational Grant from SangStat Medical Corporation in support of Transplant 17. "Pharmacokinetic and primary prophylaxis with tacrolimus as part of a quadruple, sequential immunosuppressive drug regimen in black cadaveric renal transplant recipients." Funded by Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals, $120,000, Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 18. "A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Multi-Center Trial to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Two Doses of Lexipafant for the Treatment of Acute Pancreatitis." Funded by British Biotech, $55,000, Collaborating Investigator, 10% effort. 19. "An Open Labeled, Prospective Study of the Effects of Tacrolimus Based Immunosuppressive Regimen as Primary Therapy in Liver Transplant Recipients." Funded by Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals-$56,000 Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 20. "An Open Label Single Center Comparison of Neoral and Generic Cyclosporine Bioequivalence in Stable Adult Renal Transplant Recipients." Funded by SangStat Medical Corporation-$115,200 Co-principal Investigator, 50% effort. 21. "An Open Label Single Center Comparison of Sandimmune and Generic Cyclosporine Bioequivalence in Stable Adult Renal Transplant Recipients." Funded by SangStat Medical Corporation-$57,600, Co-principal Investigator, 50% effort. 22. "A Double-Blind, Comparative Study of the Effect of Two Dose Levels of Sirolimus Versus Azathioprine, Administered Concomitantly with Standard Immunosuppressive Therapy, in Renal Allograft Recipients." Funded by Wyeth-Ayerst-$372,480, Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 23. "Five year followup of a prospective randomized double-blind study comparing standard dose OKT3 induction therapy in renal allograft recipients." Funded by 24. "Phase 1/2 Trial of Murine Monoclonal Antibody Medi-500 (T10B9) in the Treatment of Acute Renal Allograft Rejection." Funded by Medimmune-$1,000, Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 25. A Pilot Comparative, Controlled Evaluation of the Monitoring of cyclosporine in Whole Blood Peripheral Venous Samples versus Filter Paper Extraction of Capillary Venous Samples. Funded by SangStat-$10,000, Principal Investigator, 50% effort. 26. Educational Grant from SangStat Medical Corporation in support of Transplant 27. "Endothelin-1 Plasma Concentrations in Renal Transplant Patients Receiving Cyclosporine: Racial Differences in Endothelin-1 plasma concentrations in Hypertensive renal transplant recipients taking cyclosporine." Submitted to Roche, Collaborating Investigator, 25% effort. 28. "Endothelin-1 Plasma Concentrations in Renal Transplant Patients Receiving Cyclosporine: Cyclosporine concentration-Endothelin-1 Concentration relationship." Submitted to Roche Collaborating Investigator, 25% effort. 29. Educational Grant from Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals in support of Transplant Residency, 30. "An Open Label Single Center Comparison Longterm Generic Cyclosporine Administration in Stable Adult Renal Transplant Recipients." Funded by SangStat Medical Corporation-$15,000 Co-principal Investigator, 50% effort 31. Prospective evaluation of consecutive renal allograft recipients receiving a quadruple, sequential, immunousppressive Drug Regimen of Thymoglobulin, Sang-35 oral solution (cyclosporine), mycophenolate mofetil, and prednisone.” Funded by SangStat-$160,000, Co-Principal Investigator, 50% effort. 32. “A Phase III, randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled multicenter study of the efficacy of odulimomab (ANTILFA) in preventing delayed graft function of cadaveric renal allografts in patients not receiving biological induction immunosuppressive therapy.” Funded by IMTIX-$139,020. Co-Principal Investigator, 50% effort. 33. "A Randomized Comparative Trial of the effect of antilymphocyte induction on tacrolimus plus mycophenolate mofetil maintenance immunosuppression after simultaneous kidney pancreas transplantation." Funded by Fujisawa Pharmaceuticals-$120,000 , Co-principal Investigator, 10% effort. 34. “Influence of side effect profile on compliance and transplant outcomes.” Funded by 35. “A prospective, randomized, multicenter, controlled study of the CycloTech delivery
device in stable solid organ transplant recipients receiving SangCya (Cyclosporine oral solution, USP (modified) 100 mg/mL)” Funded by SangStat-$78,000, Principal Investigator, 15% effort. 36. “Post Transplant Quality of Life Intervention Study” NIH, NR 004687, 1998-2002. Funding $2,486,054, Co Investigator 5% effort 37. “An Open Label Pharmacokinetic Comparison of Sang-2000, SangCyA and Neoral in Stable Adult Renal Transplant Recipients.” Funded by SangStat-$85,349, Principal Investigator, 50% effort. 38. Management of Posttransplant Osteoporosis in Women”. Funded by Women’s Health Research Grant-$35,780, Co-investigator, 5% effort. 39. Educational Grant from Roche Laboratories in support of abstract data coordination, 40. Educational Grant from Roche Laboratories in support of Transplant Residency, 41. A randomized, open-label, multicenter, efficacy and safety study of Pegasys for the treatment of hepatitis C virus infection administered six to sixty months post liver transplantation Funded by Roche Laboratories-$105,292, Co investigator, 5% effort. Educational Grant from Innovex in support of Transplant Residency, $2,000. 42. Educational Grant from Roche Laboratories in support of Transplant Residency, $1,500. 43. Educational Grant from Abbott Laboratories in support of Transplant Residency, 44. Educational Grant from Wyeth Ayerst Laboratories in support of Transplant Residency, 45. Educational Grant from Abbott Laboratories in support of Transplant Residency, 46. Educational Grant from Liposome Company in support of Transplant Residency, $250.

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