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overview Other Appointments: The Thomas J. Coogan, Sr., MD, Chair of Immunology, Rush Medical College. Alan L. Landay, PhD, is the professor of the Department of Immunity & Emerging Pathogens and principal investigator of the Rush Immunology Specialty Laboratory, or ISL, with 35 years experience in studies of HIV immunopathogenesis. He has worked with the AIDS Clinical Trials Group since its beginning and has directed the ISL since it began. His studies on immunophenotyping and innate immunity in HIV disease have made significant contributions to this field. These early studies were carried out in a newly recognized population of hemophiliacs that were shown to develop AIDS. This work was extended with more recent publications using multi-parameter flow cytometry to define monocyte subsets and the critical role of monocytes and innate immune cell activation in HIV pathogenesis. These papers have contributed to a shift in thinking about HIV as an adaptive immune disease to one focused on innate cell driven inflammation linked to the development of immunosenescence. My Scopus ID is 14325119400. My NIH COMMONS name is ALANDAY. Research Areas: HIV/AIDS, aging. My Faculty Profile at Rush University Medical Center: My Laboratory: My NCBI Bibliography: My Scopus: Education: PhD, University of Pittsburgh Medical School BS, Penn State University

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Academic Article Interlaboratory variability of CD8 subset measurements by flow cytometry and its applications to multicenter clinical trials. NAID/NICHD Women and Infants Transmission Study Group.
Academic Article Prediction of CD4 count from CD4 percentage: experience from three laboratories.
Academic Article Need for an external proficiency testing program for cytokines, chemokines, and plasma markers of immune activation.
Academic Article Assessment of interlaboratory variability of immunophenotyping. Results of the College of American Pathologists Flow Cytometry Survey.
Academic Article Preservation of lymphocyte immunophenotype and proliferative responses in cryopreserved peripheral blood mononuclear cells from human immunodeficiency virus type 1-infected donors: implications for multicenter clinical trials. The ACTG Immunology Advanced Technology Laboratories.
Academic Article Standardization of absolute CD4+ lymphocyte counts across laboratories: an evaluation of the Ortho CytoronAbsolute flow cytometry system on normal donors.
Academic Article A North American multilaboratory study of CD4 counts using flow cytometric panLeukogating (PLG): a NIAID-DAIDS Immunology Quality Assessment Program Study.
Academic Article Multisite comparison of high-sensitivity multiplex cytokine assays.
Academic Article NIH conference. Chronic fatigue syndrome research. Definition and medical outcome assessment.

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