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Wallace Greene

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionCollege of Medicine
DepartmentPathology
Address500 University Drive Hershey PA 17033
Phone7175315121

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Associate Professor, Division of Clinical Pathology
Medical Director, Diagnostic Virology Laboratory

EDUCATION:

University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, 1986
Residency, University of Rochester

NARRATIVE:

Dr. Greeneā€™s research interests include the development and evaluation of new diagnostic assays and reagents. Residents are encouraged to participate in these investigations, or to pursue independent projects.

The Clinical Virology Laboratory is a full-service laboratory capable of isolating and identifying most viral and chlamydial pathogens and performing serologic analysis for these organisms. Molecular-based assays are widely used to detect pathogens due to their speed and sensitivity. A variety of direct detection assays are also employed where required.

Residents rotate through the virology laboratory for one month. During this time they learn cell culture techniques, identification of viruses based on their specific cytopathic effect in cells, numerous serologic assays for measuring antibody titers, and molecular diagnostic techniques. This is accomplished by one-on-one training by the technologists and daily discussions with Dr.Greene.


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  1. Fitzpatrick LR, Small JS, Greene WH, Karpa KD, Keller D. Bacillus Coagulans GBI-30 (BC30) improves indices of Clostridium difficile-Induced colitis in mice. Gut Pathog. 2011; 3(1):16.
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  2. Myers SE, Brewer L, Shaw DP, Greene WH, Love BC, Hering B, Spiller OB, Njenga MK. Prevalent human coxsackie B-5 virus infects porcine islet cells primarily using the coxsackie-adenovirus receptor. Xenotransplantation. 2004 Nov; 11(6):536-46.
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  3. Peters DJ, Greene WH, Ruggiero F, McGarrity TJ. Herpes simplex-induced fulminant hepatitis in adults: a call for empiric therapy. Dig Dis Sci. 2000 Dec; 45(12):2399-404.
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