Roderick E. McCallum, PhD
Education and Post-Graduate Training
BA Microbiology, 1967. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
PhD in Microbiology, 1970. University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
Recipient of NIH pre-doctoral training fellowship
NIH Postdoctoral Research Fellow, with Dr. L. Joe Berry, University of Texas at Austin, 1971-72
Pathogenesis of Gram negative bacteria, mechanism of action of bacterial endotoxins and role of cytokines in disease. Immunization status of preschool children.
- McCallum, R.E., J. Griswold, F. Dahm and R. Nader. 2013. Geographic clustering of neighborhood groups at risk for incomplete childhood immunization. Manuscript in preparation.
- Chorinchath, B.B., L.-Y. Kong, L. Mao, and McCallum, R. E.. 1996. Age associated differences in TNF-a and nitric oxide production in endotoxic mice. J. Immunol. 156:1525-1530.
- Hill, M.R., and McCallum, R.E.. 1992. Identification of TNF as a transcriptional regulator of the phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase gene following endotoxin treatment in mice. Infect. Immunity 60:4040-4050.
- McCallum, R.E., andHill, M. R., 1992. Interleukin-6 and LPS host response. In Bacterial Endotoxic Lipopolysaccharides, vol. II, Immunopharmacology and Pathophysiology (Ryan, J.L., and D.C. Morrison, eds.), CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, FL, pp. 145-164.