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Nicholas Burdash, PH.D.

Primary Department: COLLEGE OF MEDICINE MOLECULAR MEDICINE

Professor , Molecular Medicine

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Contacts
Email: nburdash@health.usf.edu
Phone: (813) 974-7016
Office: MDC, 2164
Mailing address 12901 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. MDC 7
Tampa, FL 33612
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Education
  • PHD, Microbiology, Ohio State University, Columbus, United States - 1969.
 
Interdisciplinary & Emerging Signature Programs
Allergy, Immunology & Infectious Disease.
 
Research Summary

Immunological aspects of infectious disease Selected articles Rogers, J., Perkins, I., van Olphen, A. Burdash, N., Klein, T.W. and Friedman, H. Epigallocatechin Gallate Modulates Cytokine Production by Bone Marrow Derived Dendritic Cells Stimulated with Lipopolysaccharide or Muramylpeptide, or Infected with Legionella pneumophila, Exp Biol Med, 9:645-651, 2005. Rogers, J., Perkins, I., van Olphen, A., Burdash, N., Klein, T.W., and Freidman, H. Legionella Infection of Bone Marrow Dendritic Cells Induces Modulation by Catechins. Chap 78. In Legionella: State of the Art 30 Years after its Recognition, Ed. Cianciooto, N.P., ASM Press, Washington, D.C. 2006. Mamata,Y., Hakki, A., Newton, C., Burdash, N., Klein, T.W., and Friedman, H. Differential Effects of Chlamydia pneumonia infection on cytokine levels in human T lymphocyte and monocyte-derived cell cultures. Int J Med Micro, doi:10.1016/ijmm.2006.11.004, 2007 Rogers, J., Hakki, A., Perkins, I., Newton, C., Widen, R., Burdash, N. Klein, T., and Friedman, H. Legionella pneumphila Infection Up-regulates Dendritic Cell TLR 2/4 Expression and Key Maturation Markers. Inf & Immun 75:3205-3208, 2007 Rogers,J., Friedman, H., Hakki, A., Boyd, T., Perkins, I., Widen, R., Burdash, N., and Klein, TW. Major Green Tea Catechin Inhibits Cell Maturation and TLR2/TLR4 Expression Induced by Legionella pneumophila Infection, Submitted to Int J of Med Micro

 


Selected Publications

Positions Held
  • Professor & Chairman (Department of Microbiology & Immunology, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 1986 - 1990)
  • Professor (Laboratory Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina 1985 - 1986)
  • Associate Director (Microbiology and Diagnostic Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina 1981 - 1986)
  • Associate Professor (Laboratory Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina 1979 - 1985)
  • Assistant Director (Clinical Microbiology, Medical University of South Carolina 1976 - 1981)
  • Assistant Director (Diagnostic Immunology, Medical University of South Carolina 1975 - 1981)
  • Chief of Research and Development (Division of Clinical Microbiology, Medical University of South Carolina 1974 - 1979)
  • Assistant Professor of Laboratory Medicine (Department of Laboratory Medicine, Medical University of South Carolina 1974 - 1979)
  • Assistant Professor (Department of Microbiology, Medical University of South Carolina 1969 - 1974)





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