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CURRICULUM VITAE
Martin Roy First
Division of Nephrology & Hypertension MARITAL STATUS: Married - 2 children CITIZENSHIP: University of Witwatersrand, M.B., B.Ch., 1966 House Surgeon, Johannesburg General Hospital Johannesburg, South Africa, January – June, 1967 House Physician, Johannesburg General Hospital Johannesburg, South Africa, July - December, 1967 Medical Officer, South African Defense Force Pretoria, South Africa, January - December, 1968 Registrar, Johannesburg General Hospital and Department of Medicine, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, January 1969 - December 1971 Renal Research Fellow, Michael Reese Hospital Chicago, Illinois, May 1972 - April 1973 Renal Fellow, University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1973 - February 1974 Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, March 1974 - August 1978 Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, September 1978 - August 1985 Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, Department of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, September 1985 - Present Cincinnati Veterans Administration Hospital, 1977 - Director, Section of Transplantation, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Division of Nephrology, 1987 - Present American Federation for Clinical Research American Society of Transplant Physicians Pan American Society of Dialysis and Transplantation European Dialysis and Transplant Association South African Medical and Dental Council, January 1967 General Medical Council of the United Kingdom, January 1972 Illinois License (Flex Examination) December 1973 Education Council for Foreign Medical Graduates Fellow of College Physicians of South Africa American Board of Internal Medicine, June 1976 American Boards of Nephrology, October 1976 University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Internal Medicine Search Committee for Chairman of Department of Internal Medicine 1975-1977 Internal Medicine Residents Selection Committee 1976-1990 Internal Medicine Audit Committee 1977-1978 Faculty Representataive of Department of Medicine on Research and Education Fund Board of Trustees 1978-1980 University of Cincinnati Medical Center Committee on University of Cincinnati Medical Center Committee on University of Cincinnati Medical Center Ad Hoc Nominating Committee for the Appointments and Promotions Committee, 1982 University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Department of Internal Medicine Promotions and Tenure Committee, 1982-1991 Executive Committee of the Medical Center Fund of Cincinnati, 1987-1991 University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Department of Internal Medicine Chairman, Promotions and Tenure Committee, 1989-1991 University of Cincinnati Medical Center Associates (UCMA) Faculty Achievement Award winner for significant contributions to the Executive Committee of the Medical Staff of the University Hospital, 2000 -present Regional
Health Planning Association of the Central Ohio River Valley (CORVA) Kidney Disease Coordinating Committee 1974-1976 Ohio Valley Organ Procurement Program (OVOPP) 1975-1978 - Research Advisory Committee, 1977-1979 - Vice-Chairman of Medical Advisory Board, 1981-1983 - Chairman, Direct Patient Services Committee, 1981-1983 - Chairman, Medical Advisory Board, 1983-1987 - Cincinnati General Hospital Representative to the - Director, Bylaws and Procedures Committee, 1980-1981 - Organ Retrieval and Transplant Committee, 1980 - Kentucky Colonel - (Appointed by Governor Brown 1982 for outstanding contribution t o the community) Executive Committee, Ohio Valley Life Center, 1996- National
Representative of Kidney Foundation of Greater Cincinnati to the National Kidney Foundation Medical Advisory Board 1978 Alternate Representative, University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Southeastern Organ Procurement Foundation (SEOPF) Membership Committee of American Society of Transplant Board of Directors, Region 2, United Network For Organ Sharing Chairman, Membership Committee of American Society of Councillor, American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1986 -1992 Member, for Training and Certification of Transplant Physicians, American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1986 -1992 President, American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1990-1991 Advisory Committee, American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1991 -1997 Awards Committee, American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1991-1993 United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), 1993-1995 National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Advisory Board, Task Force on Chairman, Ortho Biotech Transplant Institute, 1995 -1997 Scientific Studies Committee, United Network for Organ Sharing Program and Publications Committee, American Society of Transplant Physicians Co-chairman , Organ Donation Committee, American Society of Transplant Ad Hoc Committee on Steroid Withdrawal in Solid Organ Transplantation, American Society of Transplant Physicians, 1998-1999 Patient Care and Education Committee, American Society of Transplantation, Ad Hoc Task Force on AST Election Procedure, American Society of Transplantation, 2001-2002 Clinical Trials Committee, The Council of American Kidney Societies, Scientific Advisory Board, National Kidney Foundation, 1998-2000 Chairman, Organ Donation Committee, American Society of Transplant Data and Safety Monitoring Board, Cooperative Clinical Trials in Transplantation, National Institutes of Health, 1998 - Councillor, International Transplantation Society, 1998- Food and Drug Administration, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, Patient Education Committee, American Society of Transplantation, 2000- - Literature Scan: Transplantation, 1991 - - Associate Editor, American Journal of Kidney Disease, 1992 - - Section Editor, Transplantation, The Principles and Practice of Nephrology. Jacobson HR, Striker GE, Klahr S (Eds.), 2nd edition, Mobsy-Year Book, Inc., - Editorial Board, Transplantation Proceedings, 1996 - - Editorial Board, Transplantation, 1996 - - Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 1996 - - Assistant Editor, American Society of Transplant Physicians Newsletter, 1996 - - Graft, 1998 – - Associate Editor, Graft. 2000- - American Journal of Tansplantation, 2000- - Journal of the American Medical Association - Journal of American Society of Nephrology National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) special review committee on Transplantation Immunology, 1992 Chairperson, Clinical Transplantation Abstract Selection Committee Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, Office of Orphan Products Development Grant Program, Ad hoc reviewer, BIBLIOGRAPHY
MARTIN ROY FIRST, M.D.
______________________________________________________________________________ First MR. Skull fractures in suid fossils from Makapansgat. Leech 34: 143. 1964 (Publication of Witwatersrand Medical School). First MR, Jacobson R, Goldin AR, Seftel HC. Acute methyl alcohol poisoning. S Afr Med J 44:503-505, 1970 Kew MC, First MR. A trial of Ro 4-2137 in the treatment of hypertension. Curr Ther Res 14:343-348, 1972 First MR. Familial systemic lupus erythematosus. S Afr Med J 47:147, 1973 First MR. Sodium handling by the kidney in health and disease. S Afr Med J 47:839-843, 1973 Ooi BS, Orlina AR, Masaitis L, First MR, Pollak VE, Ooi YM. Lymphocytotoxins in aging. Transplantation 18:190-192, 1974 Ooi BS, First MR, Pesce AJ, Pollak VE, Bernstein IL, Jao W. IgE levels in interstitial nephritis. Lancet 1:1254-1256, 1974 Pollak VE, First MR, Pesce AJ. Value of the sieving coefficient in the interpretation of renal protein clearances. Nephron 13:82-89, 1974 Clyne DH, Brendstrup L, First MR, Pesce AJ, Finkel PN, Pollak VE, Pirani CL. Renal effects of intraperitoneal Kappa chain injection: induction of crystals in renal tubular cells. Lab Invest 31:131-142, 1974 Ooi BS, Jao W, First MR, Mancilla R, Pollak VE. Acute interstitial nephritis. Am J Med 59:614-629, 1975 Alexander JW, Smith EJ, McAdams AJ, Fidler JP, First MR, Muthiah V, Alexander NS, Korelitz J. Comparison of goat ATLG and ASLG in human renal transplants. J Surg Res 19:287-295, 1975 Munda R, Alexander JW, Fidler JP, First MR. Use of dacron vascular graft in arterial stenosis following renal allograft transplantation. Am Surg 42:604-607, 1976 First MR. Effects of chronic lead exposure on the kidney. Seminar on lead exposure and toxic effects, National Institute of Occupation Safety and Health, 8-11, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1976 Linnemann CC, First MR, Alvira MM, Alexander JW, Schiff GM. Herpes hominis type 2 meningoencephalitis following renal transplantation. Am J Med 61:703-708, 1976 First MR, Sloan DE, Pesce AJ, Pollak VE. Albumin excretion by the kidney: the effects of volume expansion. J Lab Clin Med 89:25-29, 1977 Munda R, First MR, Alexander JW, Fidler JP, Gartside P. Pulmonary infections following renal transplantation. Proc Clin Dial Transpl Forum 6:1-7, 1976 Sethi K, First MR, Pesce AJ, Fidler JP, Pollak VE. Proteinuria following renal transplantation. Nephron 18:49-59, 1977 Ooi YM, Ooi BS, Vallota EH, First MR, Pollak VE. Circulating immune complexes after renal transplantation: Correlation of increased 125I-Clq binding activity with acute rejection characterized by fibrin deposition in the kidney. J Clin Invest 60:611-619, 1977 Munda R, Alexander JW, Miller S, First MR, Fidler JP. Renal allograft artery stenosis. Am J Surg 134:400-403, 1977 First MR, Linnemann CC, Munda R, McConnell CM, Ramundo N, Alexander JW, Nathan P. Transmitted streptococcal infection and hyperacute rejection: Possible cross-reaction of streptococcal antigens and antibodies with mammalian tissues. Transplantation 24:400-404, 1977 First MR, Patel VP, Pesce AJ, Bramlage RJ, Pollak VE. Albumin excretion by the kidney: The effects of osmotic diuresis. Nephron 20:171-175, 1978 Munda R, Alexander JW, Fidler JP, First MR, Gartside P. Pulmonary infections in renal transplant recipients. Ann Surg 197:126-133, 1978 First MR, Ooi BS, Jao W, Pollak VE. Pre-eclampsia and the nephrotic syndrome. Kidney Int 13:166-177, 1978 Linnemann CC, Dunn CR, First MR, Alvira M, Schiff GM. Late onset of fatal cytomegalovirus infection after transplantation. Arch Int Med 138:1247-1250, 1978 Fidler JP, Dajani F, First MR, Munda R, Alexander JW. The value of urine cytology in renal transplantation. Transplantation 26:133-134, 1978 Stinnett JD, Alexander JW, Ogle CK, McClellan MA, Brady D, First MR. Immune function of kidney transplant patients in relation to infection. Transplant Proc 10:639-645, 1978 First MR, Bramlage RJ, Pesce AJ, Pollak VE. Albumin excretion by the kidney: The effects of furosemide diuresis. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 158:550-553, 1978 Munda R, Alexander JW, First MR, Fidler JP. Hypothermic pulsatile perfusion and transplantation of pediatric cadaveric kidneys into adults. Am Surg 44:451-454, 1978 Linnemann CC, Kaufman CA, First MR, Schiff GM, Phair JP. Immune response to cytomegalovirus infection after renal transplantation. Infection and Immunity 22:176-180, 1978 Nathan P, Plessinger RT, First MR. The correlation of kidney transplant survival with lymphocyte mediated cytotoxicity on B cell targets. Proc Clin Dial Transpl Forum 8:62o-67, 1979 Linnemann CC, First MR. Risk of pneumococcal infections in renal transplant patients. JAMA 241:2619-2621, 1979 Hong CD, Kapoor BS, First MR, Pollak VE, Alexander JW. Fractional excretion of sodium after renal transplantation. Kidney Int 16:167-178, 1979 Majeski JA, Alexander JW, First MR, Munda R, Fidler JP. Transplantation of a horseshoe kidney. JAMA 242:1066, 1979 Spreng WM, Nathan PE, First MR. BW-4/BW-6 matching and renal allograft survival in hemozygous recipients. Proc Clin Dial Transpl Forum 9:93-94, 1979 Munda R, Alexander JW, First MR, Knowles HC, Weiss MA. Synchronous transplantation of a kidney and duct obliterated segmental pancreas. Report of a case. Transplant Proc 12:98-102, 1980 First MR, Munda R, Kant KS, Fidler JP, Alexander JW. Steroid withdrawal following HLA -identical related donor transplantation. Transplant Proc 13:319-322, 1981 Munda R, Alexander JW, First MR, Laver MC, Majeski JA. Autotransplanta- tion and ex-vivo surgery for renovascular disease. Arch Surg 116:772-777, 1981 First MR, Glueck CJ. Plasma lipids and coronary heart disease in renal failure. Int J Artif Organs 4: 120-122, 1981 Barcelli U, Crissman J, First MR, Pollak VE. Rapidly progressing arterio-occlusive syndrome (Kohlmeier-Degos' disease?) in a patient on chronic hemodialysis. Arch Int Med 141:1331-1335, 1981 Linnemann CC, First MR, Schiffman G. Response to pneumococcal vaccine in renal transplant and hemodialysis patients. Arch Int Med 141:1637-1640, 1981 Majeski JA, Alexander JW, First MR, Munda R, Fidler JP. Microbial contamination of transplanted cadaver kidneys. Ann Surg 117:221-224, 1982 Roy MT, First MR, Myre SA, Cacini W. Effect of co-trimoxazole and sulfamethoxazole on serum creatinine in normal subjects. Therap Drug Monitoring 4:77-79, 1982 Dosekun AK, First MR, Chandran PKG, Kant KS, Glas-Greenwalt P, Weiss MA, Alexander JW, Pollak VE. Successful treatment by defibrination with ancrod in a patient with hyperacute renal allograft failure and a deficiency of plasma prostacyclin stimulating factor. Clin Nephrol 18:101-105, 1982 Kuller J, First MR, D'Achiardi R, Munda R. Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia in renal transplant recipients. Am J Nephrol 2:312-315, 1982 Chandran PKG, First MR, Weiss MA, Hess EV, Alexander JW, Pazmino P. Wegener's granulomatosis: Prolonged patient survival after pneumonectomy and renal transplantation. Am J Nephrol 2:325-329, 1982 Chandran PKG, First MR, Wegener's granulometosis, clinical - pathological correlations and long-term course (letter). Am J Kidney Dis. 1:255, 1982. Munda R, First MR, Alexander JW, Linnemann CC, Fidler JP, Kittur D. Polytetrafluoroethylene graft survival in hemodialysis. JAMA 249:219-222, 1983 Levine MG, Miodovnik M, Siddiqu TA, First MR, Knowles HC. A successful pregnancy in a juvenile diabetic with a renal transplant complicated by preeclampsia. Transplantation 35:498-499, 1983 First MR, Munda R. Secondary vascular access for hemodialysis. Int J Artif Organs 6:107-108, 1983 First MR, Glueck CJ. Black-white differences in high density lipoproteins, apolipoproteins, and triglycerides: Relationship to coronary heart disease in non-uremic populations and in uremic subjects receiving hemodialysis. Int J Artif Organs 6:233-234, 1983 Munda R, First MR, Suttman MP, Alexander JW. Simultaneous kidney and pancreas procurement. Transplant Proc 16:248-250, 1984 Alexander JW, First MR, Majeski JA, Munda R, Fidler JP, Morris MJ, Suttman MP. The late adverse effect of splenectomy on patient survival following cadaveric renal transplantation. Transplantation 37:467-470, 1984 Munda R, First MR, Webb C, Alexander JW. Clinical experience with segmental pancreatic allografts. Transplant Proc 16:692-694, 1984 First MR, Ettenger M, Robson M, Pollak VE, Ooi BS, Goldberg M. Acute deterioration in renal function in patients with pre-existing renal dis ease. Arch Int Med 144:2233-2238, 1984 First MR, Mendoza N, Maryniak RK, Weiss MA. Membranous glomerulopathy following kidney transplantation: Association with renal vein thrombosis in 2 of 9 cases. Transplantation 38:603-607, 1984 First MR, Vaidya PN, Maryniak RK, Weiss MA, Munda R, Fidler JP, Penn I, Alexander JW. Proteinuria following transplantation: Correlation with histopathology and outcome. Transplantation 38:607-614, 1984 Garcia-Garcia G, Deddens JA, D'Achiardi-Rey R, First MR, Samuels SJ, Kant KS, Pollak VE. Results of treatment in patients with end-stage renal disease: A multivariate analysis of risk factors and survival in 341 successive patients. Am J Kidney Dis 5:10-18, 1985 Meakin CJ, Hopson CN, First MR. Avascular (Aseptic) necrosis of bone following renal transplantation. Int J Artif Organs 8:19-20, 1985 First MR, Linnemann CC, Munda R, Alexander JW. Beneficial effects of pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine in splenectomized renal transplant recipients. Transplant Proc 17:147-150, 1985 Munda R, First MR, Joffe SN, Alexander JW. Experience with pancreatic allografts in renal transplant recipients. Transplant Proc 17:353-357, 1985 Maryniak RK, Weiss MA, First MR. Transplant glomerulopathy--Evolution of morphologically distinct changes. Kidney Int 27:799-806, 1985 Hayes DK, Majeski JA, Alexander JW, Rajagopalan PR, Fitts G, First MR, Munda R, Fidler JP. Renal transplantation in Alport's syndrome. Am Surg 51:414-417, 1985 Goldstein G, Schindler J, Tsai H, Cosimi AB, Russell PS, Cho SI, Burdick JF, Williams GM, Stuart FP, Shields CF, Alexander JW, First MR, Gailiunas P, Helderman JH, Wathen RL, Lordon RE, Normal D, Barry J, Sampson D, Levin BS, Monaco A. A randomized clinical trial of OKT3 monoclonal antibody for acute rejection of cadaveric renal transplants. N Engl J Med 313:337-342, 1985 Balakrishnan K, Whitacre L, First MR, Munda R, McEnery PT, Alexander JW. Donor-specific transfusions: Sensitization patterns. Transplant Proc 17:2354-2356, 1985 Schroeder TJ, Wadhwa NK, Pesce AJ, First MR. An acute overdose of cyclosporine. Transplantation 41:406-409, 1986 First MR, Alexander JW, Wadhwa N, Penn I, Munda R, Fidler JP, Weiskittel P. The use of low doses of cyclosporine, azathioprine, and prednisone in renal transplantation. Transplant Proc 18:132-135, 1986 Penn I, First MR. Development and incidence of cancer following cyclosporine therapy. Transplant Proc 18:210-213, 1986 Linnemann CJ, First MR, Schiffman G. Revaccination of renal transplant and hemodialysis recipients with pneumococcal vaccine. Arch Int Med 146:1554-1556, 1986 Munda R, Tom WT, First MR, Gartside P, Alexander JW. Pancreatic allograft exocrine urinary tract diversion: Pathophysiology. Transplantation 43:95-99, 1987 Wadhwa NK, Schroeder TJ, O'Flaherty E, Pesce AJ, Myre SA, First MR. The effect of oral metoclopramide on the absorption of cyclosporine. Transplant Proc 19:1730-1733, 1987 Tom WT, Munda R, First MR, Alexander JW. Physiologic consequences of pancreatic allograft exocrine drainage into the urinary tract. Transplant Proc 19:2339-2342, 1987 Munda R, Weiss MA, First MR, Alexander JW. Sychronous pancreatic and renal allografts with urinary tract drainage of the pancreas. Transplant Proc 19:2343-2344, 1987 Wadhwa NK, Schroeder TJ, O'Flaherty E, Pesce AJ, Myre SA, First MR. The effect of oral metoclopramide on the absorption of cyclosporine. Transplantation 43:211-213, 1987 Wadhwa NK, Schroeder TJ, O'Flaherty E, Pesce AJ, Myre SA, Munda R, First MR. Interaction between erythromycin and cyclosporine in a kidney and pancreas allograft recipient. Therap Drug Monitoring 9:123-125, 1987 Myre SA, McCann J, First MR, Cluxton RJ. Effect of trimethoprim on serum creatinine in healthy and chronic renal failure volunteers. Therap Drug Monitoring 9:161-165, 1987 Schroeder TJ, Melvin DB, Clardy CW, Wadhwa NK, Myre SA, Reising JM, Wolf RK, Collins JA, Pesce AJ, First MR. The use of cyclosporine and ketoconazole without nephrotoxicity in two cardiac transplant recipients. J Heart Transplant 6:84-89, 1987 Tom WT, Munda R, First MR, Alexander JW. Autodigestion of the glans penis and urethra by activated transplant pancreatic exocrine enzymes. Surgery 102:99-101, 1987 Munda R, First MR, Weiss MA, Alexander JW. Pancreas transplantation at the University of Cincinnati. Transplant Proc 19:17-23, 1987 Wadhwa NK, Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Myre SA, Clardy CW, First MR. Cyclosporine drug interactions. Therap Drug Monitoring 9:399-406, 1987 Waymack JP, Penn I, First MR, Alexander JW. Portal vein gas and sepsis after administration of OKT3 (letter). Lancet 1:984, 1987. Weir MR, Henry M, Blackmore M, Smith J, First MR, Irwin B, Shen S, Genemans G, Alexander JW, Corry RJ, Nghiem DD, Ferguson R, Kittur D, Shield CF III, Sommer B, Williams FM. Incidence and morbidity of cytomegalovirus disease associated with a seronegative recipient receiving seropositive donor specific transfusion and living related donor transplantation: A multi-center evaluation. Transplantation 45:111-116, 1988 Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Hassan FM, Wermeling JR, Warner A, Schlueter KT, First MR. Comparison of Abbott TDX fluorescence polarization immunoassay (FPIA), Sandoz radioimmunoassay (RU), and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) methods for assay of serum cyclosporine. Transplant Proc 20(Suppl 2):345-347, 1988 Munda R, Schroeder TJ, Pedersen S, Clardy CW, Wadhwa NK, Myre SA, Pesce AJ, First MR. Cyclosporine pharmacokinetics in pancreas transplant recipients. Transplant Proc 20(Suppl 2):487-490, 1988 Myre SA, Schroeder TJ, Melvin DB, Clardy CW, Pesce AJ, Wadhwa NK, Collins JA, Wolf RK, Brown LL, Stephens GW, First MR. Use of cyclosporine by constant-rate intravenous infusion immediately following heart transplantation. Transplant Proc 20(Suppl 3):316-322, 1988 Shah B, First MR, Mendoza NC, Clyne DH, Alexander JW, Weiss MA. Alport's syndrome: Risk of glomerulonephritis induced by anti-glomerular-basement-membrane antibody after renal transplantation. Nephron 50:34-38, 1988 First MR, Schroeder TJ. Monoclonal antibodies in organ transplantation. Clin Transplant 2:162, 1988 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Melvin DB, Munda R, Fidler JP, Balistreri WF, Hurtubise PE, Alexander JW, Penn I, Ryckman FD. OKT3 therapy in kidney, liver, heart and pancreas transplantation. Clin Transplant 2:185-189, 1988 Clardy CW, Schroeder TJ, Wadhwa NK, Pesce AJ, First MR, Myre SA, McEnery PT, Balistreri WF, Harris RE, Melvin DB. The clinical variability of cyclosporine pharmacokinetics in adult and pediatric renal, cardiac, hepatic and bone marrow transplants. Clin Chem 34:2012-2015, 1988 Shah B, First MR, Munda R, Penn I, Fidler JP, Alexander JW. Current experience with renal transplantation in older patients. Am J Kidney Dis 12:516-523, 1988 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Hurtubise PE, Mansour ME, Penn I, Munda R, Balistreri WF, Alexander JW, Melvin DB, Fidler JP, Ryckman FC, Brunson ME. Successful retreatment of allograft rejection with OKT3. Transplantation 47:88-91, 1989 Schroeder TJ, Brunson ME, Pesce AJ, Hindenlang LL, Mauser PA, Ruckrigl DL, Weibel ML, Wadih G, First MR. A comparison of the clinical utility of the RIA, HPLC, and TDX cyclosporine assays in outpatient renal transplant recipients. Transplantation 47:262-266, 1989 Schroeder TJ, Myre SA, Melvin DB, Stephens GW, Collins JA, Van Der Bel Kahn, J, Wolf RK, Brown LL, Pesce AJ, First MR. The efficacy and safety of constant rate intravenous cyclosporine infusion immediately following cardiac transplantation. J Heart Transplant 8:5-10, 1989 First MR, Smith RD, Weiss MA, Schroeder TJ, Kant KS, Munda R, Stephens GW, Penn I, Alexander JW. Cyclosporine-associated glomerular and arteriolar thrombosis following renal transplantation. Transplant Proc 21:1567-1570, 1989 Hariharan S, First MR, Munda R, Penn I, Schroeder TJ, Fidler J, Weiskittel P, Alexander JW. Prednisone withdrawal in HLA -identical living related donor transplant recipients. Transplant Proc 21:1617-1619, 1989 First MR, Schroeder T, Penn I, Munda R, Balistreri W, Alexander JW, Melvin D, Ryckman F, Brunson M. Immune monitoring during retreatment with OKT3. Transplant Proc 21:1753-1754, 1989 Munda R, Hutchins M, First MR, Carey M, Schroeder T, Alexander JW. Infection in OKT3 treated patients receiving additional antirejection therapy. Transplant Proc 21:1763-1765, 1989 Balakrishnan K, Munda R, First MR, Alexander JW. Outcome of kidney transplants across B cell positive crossmatches. Transplant Proc 21:1836, 1989 Schroeder T, Gremse D, Mansour M, Theurling A, Brunson M, Ryckman F, Suchy F, Penn I, Alexander W, Pesce AJ, First MR, Balistreri WF. Lidocaine metabolism as an index of liver function in hepatic transplant donors and recipients. Transplant Proc 21:2299-2301, 1989 Myre S, Melvin D, Pesce A, Schroeder T, Collins J, Stephens G, Kahn A, First MR. Comparison of the safety and efficacy of oral vs constant-rate intravenous infusion cyclosporine immediately following orthotopic heart transplantation. Transplant Proc 21:2484-2486, 1989 100. Munda R, First MR, Kranias G, Alexander JW. Effects of pancreatic transplantation on diabetic complications. Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Hindelang LL, Mauser PA, Ruckrigl DL, Weibel ML, Wadih G, First MR. An evaluation of the cyclosporine and metabolites whole blood TDX assay. Therap. Drug Monit 11:480-482, 1989 Schroeder TJ, First MR, Hurtubise PE, Marmer DJ, Martin DM, Monsour ME, Melvin DB. Immunological monitoring with orthoclone OKT3 therapy. J Heart Transplant 8:371-380, 1989 Schroeder TS, First MR, Mansour ME, Alexander JW, Penn I. Prophylactic use of OKT3 in immunological high risk renal transplant recipients. Am J Kidney Dis 14 (Suppl 2):14-18, 1989 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Weiskittel P, Myre SA, Alexander JW, Pesce AJ. Concomitant administration of cyclosporin and ketoconazole in renal transplant recipients. Lancet 2:1198-1201, 1989 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Carey MA, Chavinson DS. Effect of race on transplant outcome and response to OKT3 monoclonal antibody therapy. Transplant Proc 21:3849-3952, 1989 Schroeder TJ, First MR, Mansour ME, Hurtubise PE, Hariharan S, Ryckman FC, Munda R, Melvin DB, Penn I, Ballistreri WF, Alexander JW. Antimurine antibody formation following OKT3 therapy. Transplantation 49:48-51, 1990 Schroeder TJ, Munda R, Pederson SH, Hurtubise SH, Alexander JW, First MR. Failure of orthoclone OKT3 retreatment in a pancreas transplant recipient with antimurine antibody. J Clin Lab Anal 4: 99-101, 1990 Shah BV, Hong CD, First MR. Effect of cyclosporine on fractional excretion of sodium (FENa) in renal transplant patients. Clin Transplant 4: 102-107, 1990 Pesce AJ, Schroeder TJ, First MR. An evaluation of cyclosporine monitoring by nonselective fluorescence polarization immunoassay. Transplant Proc 22: 1171-1174, 1990 Sridhar N, Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, First MR. Clinical correlations of cyclosporine HPLC and FDIA levels in renal transplant recipients. First MR, Schroeder TJ. Beware possible interactions between cyclosporine and antimicrobial agents. J Crit Illness 5:891-892, 1990 Kashtan CE, Butowski RJ, Kleppel MR, First MR, Michael AF. Posttransplant anti-glomerular basement membrane nephritis in related males with Alport syndrome. J Lab Clin Med 116:508-515, 1990 Tchervenkov JI, Munda R, Weiss M, First MR, Alexander JW. Adult respiratory distress syndrome following chronic rejection of a pancreatic allogrant - a case report. Transplantation 50:883-884, 1990 Schroeder TJ, Weiss MA, Smith RD, Stephens GW, Carey M, First, MR. The use of OKT3 in the treatment of acute vascular rejection. Transplant Proc 23:1043-1045, 1991 Fisher RA, Tchervenkov JI, Schroeder TJ, Alexander JW, Munda R, Penn I, Carey M, First MR. Efficacy of induction therapy in cadaveric renal transplantation comparing rabbit antithymocyte serum and Minnesota antilymphoblast globulin. Transplant Proc 23:1253-1255, 1991 Schroeder TJ, Weiss MA, Smith RD, Stephens GW, First MR. The efficacy of OKT3 in vascular rejection. Transplantation 51:312-315, 1991 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Alexander JW, Stephens GW, Weiskittel P, Myre SA, Pesce AJ. Cyclosporine dose reduction by ketoconazole administration in renal transplant recipients. Transplantation 51:365-370, 1991 First MR, Schroeder TJ. Solid-organ transplantation in the pediatric population. Clin Transplant 5:132-136, 1991 Schroeder TJ, Ryckman FC, Hurtubise PE, Pedersen SH, Batistreri WF, First MR. Immunological monitoring during and after OKT3 therapy in children. Clin Transplant 5:191-196, 1991 Sridhar NR, Tchervenkov JJ, Weiss MA, Hijazi YM, First MR. Disseminated histoplasmosis in a renal transplant patient: A cause of renal failure several years following transplantation. Am J Kidney Dis 17:719-721, 1991 First MR. The dilemma of organ donation and distribution. J Transplant Coordination 1:60-64, 1991 Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Vine WH, First MR. Cyclosporine monitoring: An update. Am Assoc First MR. Donation and transplantation: Where will we be in 2010? Surgeon General's Workshop on Increasing Organ Donation Washington, D.C., July 8-10, 1991. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, pp 15-25 First MR. The organ donation problem. Literature Scan: Transplantation 7:1-2, 1991 Myre SA, Schroeder TJ, Grund VR, Wandstrat TL, Nicely PG, Pesce AJ, First MR. Critical ketoconazole dosage range for cyclosporine clearance inhibition in the dog. Pharmacology 43: 233-241, 1991 First MR. New immunosuppressive drugs. Am J Kidney Dis 19: 3-9, 1992 First MR. Transplantation in the nineties. Presidential address, American Society of Transplant Physicians. Transplantation 53: 1-11, 1992 Schroeder TJ, Helling T, McKenna RM, Rush D, Jeffrey JR, Brewer B, Martin LA, Traylor D, Fisher RA, First MR, Muth KL. A multicenter study to evaluate a novel assay for quantitation of a soluble interleukin 2 receptor in renal transplant recipients. Transplantation 53:34-40, 1992. First MR, Schroeder TJ, Hariharan S, Alexander JW, Weiskittel P. The effect of indomethacin on the febrile response following OKT3 therapy. Transplantation 53: 91-94, 1992 Gorman KJ, First, MR. An economics grand rounds presentation: The economics of renal transplantation. Transplant Surgical Resource Series 5:1-26, 1992 First MR. Future prospects of transplantation. What will happen in the next 20 years? Biomedical Market Newsletter 2:13-16, 1992 Alexander JW, Babcock GF, First, MR, Davies CB, Madden RL, Munda R, Penn I, Fidler JP, Cofer BR, Stephens G, Schroeder TJ, Hariharan S, Cardi M, Manzler A, Cohen L, Mendoza N, Clyne D, Giese F. The induction of immunologic hyporesponsiveness by preoperative donor-specific transfusions and cyclosporine in human cadaveric transplants. Transplantation 53:423-427, 1992 Sridhar N, Schroeder TJ, Hariharan S, Pesce AJ, First MR. Influence of concomitant medication on cyclosporine dosage and blood concentrations in renal allograft recipients. Clin Transplantation 6:134-138, 1992 Shield CF, Kahana L, Pirsch J, Vergne-Marini P, First MR, Schroeder TJ, Cohen D, Norman DJ, Monaco A, Martinez A, Dinarello CA, Dehlinger J, Wu SCH, Van Horn A. Use of indomethacin to minimize the adverse reactions associated with orthoclone OKT3 treatment of kidney allograft rejection. 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SYNCHRONOUS PANCREATIC AND RENAL ALLOGRAFTS WITH URINARY TRACT DRAINAGE OF THE PANCREAS Munda R, First MR, Weiss MA, and Alexander JW 11th International Congress of the Transplantation Society *65. THE EFFECT OF ORAL METOCLOPRAMIDE ON THE ABSORPTION OF CYCLOSPORINE Wadhwa NK, Schroeder TJ, O'Flaherty E, Pesce AJ, Myre SA, and First MR 11th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *66. PRELIMINARY CYCLOSPORINE PHARMACOKINETIC COMPARISONS IN ADULT AND ADOLESCENT RENAL TRANSPLANTS AND ADULT CARDIAC TRANSPLANTS Schroeder T, Clardy C, Wadhwa N, McEnery P Pesce A, Melvin D, and *67. CURRENT EXPERIENCE WITH RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN ELDERLY PATIENTS Shah B, First MR, Alexander JW, Penn I, Munda R, and Fidler J 16th Annual Scientific Meeting, National Kidney Foundation, Inc., *68. PANCREAS TRANSPLANTATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Munda R, First MR, Weiss MA, and Alexander JW Second International Workshop in Clinical Pancreatic Transplantation, 69. A NEW METHOD FOR PHARMACOKINETIC MODELING OF CYCLOSPORINE Clardy C, Schroeder T, Wadhwa N, McEnery P, Pesce A, Melvin D, and 19th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Nephrology, *70. THE USE OF CYCLOSPORINE AND KETOCONAZOLE WITHOUT NEPHROTOXICITY IN TWO HEART TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Schroeder TJ, Melvin DB, Clardy CW, Myre SA, Reising JM, Wolf RK, 7th Annual Scientific Session, The International Society for Heart Transplantation, New Orleans, March, 1987 * 71. TRANSPLANTATION IN PATIENTS WITH HIGH PANEL REACTIVE Balakrishnan K, Whitacre L, Tressler T, First MR, Alexander JW, Munda R, American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Chicago, 1987 * 72. LOW DOSE CYCLOSPORINE IN RENAL TRANSPLANTATION; 3 YEARS Wadhwa NK, First MR, Alexander JW, Balakrishnan K, Munda R, Penn I, American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, May, 1987 *73. CURRENT EXPERIENCE WITH RENAL TRANSPLANTATION IN PATIENTS 50 YEARS AND ABOVE Shah BV, First MR, Munda R, Penn I, Fidler JP, and Alexander JW American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, May, 1987 *74. CLINICAL EFFICACY AND SIDE EFFECTS OF OTHOCLONE OKT3 IN RENAL PANCREATIC, HEPATIC AND CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION Schroeder TJ, Weiskittel P, Bailey D, Melvin DB, Munda R, Clardy CW, Balisteri WF, Penn I, Fidler JP, Alexander JW, and First MR American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, May, 1987 *75. THE CLINICAL VARIABILITY OF CYCLOSPORINE PHARMACOKINETICS IN ADULT AND PEDIATRIC RENAL, CARDIAC, HEPATIC, AND BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS Clardy CW, Schroeder TJ, Wadhwa NK, Pesce AJ, First MR, Myre SA, McEnery PT, Balisteri WF, Harris RE, and Melvin DB American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, 1987 *76. INCIDENCE AND MORBIDITY OF CYTOMEGALOVIRUS DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH A SERONEGATIVE RECIPIENT RECEIVING SEROPOSITIVE DONOR SPECIFIC TRANSFUSION AND LIVING RELATED DONOR TRANSPLANTATION: A MULTI-CENTER EVALUATION Weir MR, Henry ML, Blackmore M, Smith J, First MR, Irwin B, and Shen, S American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, May, 1987 *77. CLINICAL VARIABILITY OF CYCLOSPORINE PHARMACOKINETICS Clardy CW, Schroeder TJ, Wadhwa NK, Pesce AJ, First MR, Myre SA, McEnery PT, Balisteri WF, Harris RE, and Melvin DB 39th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Clinical *78. CHANGES IN CYLCLOSPORINE METABOLISM WITH CO-ADMINISTRATION OF KETOCONAZOLE Schroeder TJ, Melvin DB, Clardy CW, Wadhwa NK, Myre SA, Reising JM, Wolf RK, Collins JA, Pesce AJ, and First MR 39th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry 79. HLA ANTIGENS AND DONOR SPECIFIC BLOOD TRANSFUSION IN DIABETIC RENAL ALLOGRAFT RECIPIENTS Wadhwa NK, Balakrishnan K, First MR, Whitecre L, and Alexander JW 10th International Congress of Nephrology, London, July, 1987 80. LOW DOSE CYCLOSPORINE IN CACAVERIC RENAL TRANSPLANTATION: 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE Wadhwa NK, First MR, Alexander JW, Balakrishnan K, Munda R, Penn I, Second International Congress on Cyclosporine *81. USE OF CYCLOSPORINE BY CONSTANT-RATE INTRAVENOUS INFUSION IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING HEART TRANSPLANTATION Myre S, Schroeder T, Clardy C, First MR, Pesce A, Wadhwa N, and Melvin D Second International Congress on Cyclosporine *82. CYCLOSPORINE PHARMACOKINETICS IN PANCREAS TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Munda R, Schroeder TJ, Pedersen S, Clardy CW, Washwa NK, Myre SA, Second International Congress on Cyclosporine *83. EVALUATION OF ABBOTT TDX FLUROESCENCE POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY AND SANDOZ RADIOIMMUNOASSAY METHODS FOR THE ASSAY OF SERUM CYCLOSPORINE Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Hasson FM, Wermeling JR, and First MR Second International Congress on Cyclosporine *84. LYMPHOCYTE SUBSET ANALYSIS IN TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS TREATED WITH EITHER RABBIT ANTITHYMOCYTE SERUM OF ORTHOCLONE OKT3 Schroeder TJ, Hurtubise PE, Marmer DJ, Melvin DB, Collins JA, Alexander 2nd Annual Meeting on Clinical Application of Cytometry *85. USE OF ORTHOCLONE OKT3 IN HEPATIC ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Schroeder TJ, Balistreri WF, Pedersen SH, Ryckman FC, Suchy FJ, Noseworthy J, Blitzer B, Foote M, Penn I, Alexander JW, and First MR Am. Assoc. for the Study of Liver Disease, Chicago, October, 1987 86. SURVIVAL PATTERNS IN LUPUS NEPHRITIS WITH END-STAGE RENAL DISEASE Wadhwa NK, Kant KS, Clyne DH, First MR, and Pollak VE 20th Annual Meeting of American Society of Nephrology 87. EFFECT OF CYCLOSPORINE ON FRACTIONAL EXCRETION OF SODIUM IN RENAL TRANSPLANT 20th Annual Meeting of American Society of Nephrology *88. OUTCOME OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS ACROSS B CELL POSITIVE CROSSMATCHES Balakrishnan K, Munda R, First MR, and Alexander JW Biology of Transfusion Induced Immunosuppression *89. CYCLOSPORINE PHARMACOKINETICS IN PANCREAS TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS First International Congress on Pancreatic and Islet Transplantation *90. LONG TERM EFFECTS OF SUCCESSFUL PANCREAS ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANTATION Munda R, First MR, Pedersen S, Kranias G, and Alexander JW First International Congress on Pancreatic and Islet Transplantation *91. THE EFFICACY, TOXICITY AND PREDICTABILITY OF CONSTANT-RATE INTRAVENOUS CYCLOSPORINE INFUSION IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION 8th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Heart Transplantation, *92. USE OF ORTHOCLONE OKT3 IN PEDIATRIC LIVER ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Schroeder TJ, Balistreri WF, Ryckman FC, Suchy FJ, Pedersen SH, Foote M, The American Pediatric Society/The Society for Pediatric Research *93. CYCLOSPORINE-ASSOCIATED GLOMERULAR AND ARTERIOLAR THROMBOSIS FOLLOWING RENAL First MR, Smith RD, Weiss MA, Schroeder TJ, Kant KS, Munda R, American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, June, 1988 *94. THE TDx FLUROESCENT POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY (PPIA) PROVIDES RAPID CYCLOSPORINE Schroeder T, Brunson M, Pesce A, Hindenlang L, Mauser P, Ruckrigl D, American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, June, 1988 *95. PREDNISONE WITHDRAWAL IN HLA -IDENTICAL LIVING RELATED DONOR TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Hariharan S, First MR, Munda R, Penn I, Schroeder TJ, Fidler JP, American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, June, 1988 *96. SUCCESSFUL RETREATMENT OF REJECTION WITH ORTHOCLONE OKT3 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Penn I, Munda R, Balistreri WF, Alexander JW, Melvin DB, Fidler Jp, Ryckman FC, and Brunson ME American Society of Transplant Surgeons, Chicago, June, 1988 *97. EVALUATION OF THE TDXR FLUORESCENT POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY (PPIA) FOR THE Schroeder TJ, Pesce A, Mauser P, Weibel M, Hindenlang L, and First MR American Association of Clinical Chemists, New Orleans, July, 1988 *98. EVALUATION OF TDXR FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY (FPIA) FOR THE MONITORING Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Hindenlang L, Ruckrigl D, Mauser P, Wadih G, American Association of Clinical Chemists, New Orleans, July, 1988 *99. TDx FLUORESCENT POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY (FPIA) PROVIDES RAPID CYCLOSPORINE LEVELS Pesce AJ, Schroeder T, Brunson M, Hindenlach L, Mauser P, Ruckrigl D, 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *100. CYCLOSPORINE-ASSOCIATED GLOMERULAR AND ARTERIOLAR THROMBOSIS FOLLOWING RENAL Smith R, First MR, Weiss M, Kant KS, Munda R, Stephens G, Penn I, 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *101. SUCCESSFUL RETREATMENT OF REJECTION WITH ORTHOCLONE OKT3 First MR, Schroeder T, Penn I, Munda R, Balistreri W, Alexander JW, 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *102. PREDNISONE WITHDRAWAL IN HLA -IDENTICAL LIVING RELATED DONOR TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS Hariharan S, First MR, Munda R, Penn I, Fidler J, and Weiskittel P 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *103. COMPARISON OF THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF ORAL VS CONSTANT-RATE INTRAVENOUS INFUSION CYCLOSPORINE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ORTHOTOPIC HEART TRANSPLANTATION Myre S, Melvin D, Pesce A. Schroeder T, Collins J, Stephens G, Kahn A, 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *104. LONG TERM EFFECTS OF SUCCESSFUL PANCREAS ALLOGRAFT TRANSPLANTATION Munda R, First MR, Pedersen S, Kranias G, and Alexander JW 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *105. INFECTION IN OKT3 TREATED PATIENTS HAVING MULTIPLE REJECTION EPISODES Munda R, Hutchins M, First MR, Carey M, Schroeder T, and Alexander JW 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *106. OUTCOME OF KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS ACROSS B CELL POSITIVE CROSSMATCHES Balakrishnan K, Munda R, First MR, and Alexander JW 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *107. ASSESSING DONOR AND RECIPIENT LIVER FUNCTION; A RAPID AND REPRODUCIBLE TECHNIQUE Schroeder T, Gremse D, Mansour M, Balistreri W, Theurling A, Brunson M, Ryckman F, Suchy F, Penn I, 12th International Congress of the Transplantation Society, *108. PRETRANSPLANT INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR LEVELS IN LIVING RELATED DONOR KIDNEY RECIPIENTS RECEIVING DONOR SPECIFIC BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS Harden EA, Schroeder TJ, Munda R, Brunson ME, Hurtubise PE, Pesce AJ, Balakrishnan K, Alexander American Federation for Clinical Research, Chicago, Illinois, Nov., 1988 *109. IMMUNOLOGIC MONITORING DURING RETREATMENT WITH OKT3 First MR, Schroeder TJ, Hurtubise PE, and Monsour ME. American Society of Nephrology, San Antonio, Texas, Dec., 1988 *110. PRE-TRANSPLANT INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR LEVELS IN LIVING RELATED DONOR KIDNEY RECIPIENTS RECEIVING DONOR SPECIFIC BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS Harden EA, Schroeder TJ, Munda R, Brunson ME, Hurtubise PE, Pesce AJ, Balakrishnan K, Alexander American Society of Nephrology, San Antonio, Texas, Dec., 1988 *111. PROPHYLACTIC USE OF OKT3 IN IMMUNOLOGICAL HIGH RISK CADAVER TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS First MR, Schroeder TJ, Mansour ME, Alexander JW, and Penn I American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1989 *112. ANTIMURINE ANTIBODY FORMATION FOLLOWING OKT3 THERAPY Schroeder TJ, First MR, Mansour ME, Hurtubise PE, Hariharan S, Ryckman FC, Munda R, and Melvin American Society of Transplant Physicians, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1989 *113. KETOCONAZOLE PREDICTABLY REDUCES CYCLOSPORINE DOSING REQUIREMENTS WITHOUT Myre SA, Schroeder TJ, Grund VR, Wandstrat TL, Abbott LJ, Pesce AJ, *114. THE USE OF MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY OKT3 IN SOLID ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy and Association of Faculties of Pharmacy of Canada, *115. CYCLOSPORINE KINETICS WITH CONCOMITANT KETOCONAZOLE THERAPY Schroeder TJ, Weiskittel P, Pesce AJ, Myre, SA, Alexander JW, and First MR American Association of Clinical Chemists, Atlanta, Georgia, July, 1989 *116. POST-TRANSPLANT ANTI-GBM NEPHRITIS (GN) IN RELATED ALPORT MALES: TARGET ANTIGEN Kashtan R, Butkowski R, Kleppel M, First MR, Weislander, Jr., and American Society of Nephrology, 22nd annual meeting *117. THE ABBOTT TDX FLORESCENT POLARIZATION IMMUNOASSAY (FPIA) PROVIDES A RAPID AND ACCURATE MEASUREMENT OF CYCLOSPORINE AND METABOLITIES Expert Workshop: Optimal use of cyclosporine and therapeutic drug *118. CYCLOSPORINE PHARMACOKINETICS WITH CONCOMITANT KETOCONAZOLE THERAPY (CP-525) Schroeder TJ, Weiskittel P, Pesce AJ, Myre A, Alexander JW, and First MR Clinical and Diagnostic Immunology Division , American Association for Clinical Chemistry, Newsletter, 4:13-14, 1990 *119. CLINICAL CORRELATIONS OF CYCLOSPORINE HPLC AND FPIA LEVELS IN RENAL TRANSPLANT Sridhar N, Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, and First MR Expert Workshop: Optimal use of cyclosporine and therapeutic drug monitoring, Hawk's Cay, Florida, January, 1990 *120. CLINICAL CORRELATIONS OF CYCLOSPORINE SPECIFIC AND NON-SPECIFIC ASSAYS IN STABLE RENAL TRANSPLANTS, ACUTE REJECTION, AND NEPHROTOXICITY Schroeder TJ, Sridhar N, Pesce AJ, Alexander JW, and First MR American Society of Transplant Physicians, 9th annual meeting *121. 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MEASUREMENT OF ADENOSINE DEAMINASE BINDING PROTEIN (ABP) AS A MONITOR OF RENAL Schroeder TJ, Pesce AJ, Nauman PM, and First MR International Congress of Nephrology, Tokyo, Japan, July, 1990 *126. BETA-2-MICROGLOBULIN LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL DISEASE EVALUATED BY THE ABBOTT Pesce AJ, Schroeder TJ, Chavinson D, Horowitz ME, and First MR International Congress of Nephrology, Tokyo, Japan, July, 1990 *127. THE EFFICACY OF OKT3 IN ACUTE VASCULAR REJECTION Schroeder TJ, Weiss MA, Smity RD, Stephens GW, and First MR 13th International Congress of the Transplantation Society *128. EFFICACY OF INDUCTION THERAPY IN CADAVERIC RENAL TRANSPLANTATION COMPARING RATS Fisher RA, Tchervenkov JI, Schroeder TJ, Alexander JW, Sc D, and First MR 13th International Congress of the Transplantation Society *129. 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