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Gary Niehaus Ph.D.

Professor of Physiology

Integrative Medical Sciences

 

Phone: (330)325-6420

Location: D-146

 

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Gary D. Niehaus, Ph.D.

Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology
Department of Integrative Medical Sciences
College of Medicine
gdn@neomed.edu

Education

Ph.D., Physiology with a Minor in Physiological Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin - 1977

M.S., Dairy Husbandry, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri - 1967

B.S., Dairy Physiology, University of Missouri, Missouri - 1965

Professional Experience

Professor of Physiology, Department of Integrative Medical Sciences, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Rootstown, Ohio - 2008-Present

Chief Scientist, Pathogen Systems, Inc., Kent, Ohio - 2007-Present

Chair, Science Advisory Board, Pathogen Systems, Inc., Kent, Ohio - 2007-Present

Interim Chair, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy, Rootstown, Ohio - 2006-2007

Acting Chair, Department of Physiology, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown, Ohio - 1992 (March-September)

Associate Director, School of Biomedical Sciences, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio - 1989-1993

Director, Graduate Studies, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown, Ohio - 1989-1993

Associate Professor, Department of Integrative Medical Sciences, Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy, Rootstown, Ohio - 1989-2008

Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine, Rootstown, Ohio - 1985-1989

Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, Albany Medical College, Albany, New York - 1980-1985

NRSA Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Physiology, Albany Medical College, Albany, New York - 1978-1980

Pulmonary Research Postdoctoral Fellow, Departments of Preventive Medicine and Veterinary Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin - 1977-1978

Research Assistant, Pulmonary Function Laboratory, Department of Preventative Medicine, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin - 1973-1977

Research Assistant, Department of Dairy Husbandry, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri - 1967

Patents

Detection and Amplification of Ligands (6,171,802: awarded January 9, 2001)

Detection and Amplification of Ligands (7,732,219, awarded June 8, 2010)

Self-contained assay device for rapid detection of biohazardous agents, USPTO number 7,060,225 (awarded June 13, 2006)

Signal  amplification system, USPTO number 7,160,736 (continuation-in-part for Detection and Amplification of Ligands) Awarded 9 January 2007

Fluid Phase Receptor, USPTO number 7,267,957  (continuation-in-part for Detection and Amplification of Ligands) Awarded 11 September 2007

Liquid Crystal Cassette, USPTO number 7,407,815, awarded 5 August 2008

Self-contained assay device for rapid detection of biohazardous agents, USPTO number 7,811,811 (awarded October 12, 2010)

Device Improving the Detection of a Ligand, USPRO number 7,947,492 (awarded 24 May 2011)

Recent Publications

Dr. Niehaus' publications listed in PubMed

Shiyanovskii, S.V., Lavrentovich, O.D., Schneider, T., Ishikawa, T., Smalyukh, I.I., Woolverton, C.J., Niehaus, G.D., Doane, K.J. Lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals for biological sensing applications. Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 434:587-598 (2005).

Shiyanovskii, S.V., Schneider, T., Smalyukh, I.I., Ishikawa, T., Niehaus, G.D., Doane, K.J., Woolverton, C.J., Lavrentovich, O.D. Real-time microbe detection based on director distortions around growing immune complexes in lyotropic chromonic liquid crystals. Physical Review E 71,020702® (2005).

Niehaus, G.D., Patel, A., Khanna, K., Vanek, V.W., and Fagan, D.L. Circadian rhythm in cell adhesion molecule expression by normal human leukocytes. Can. J. Physiol. Pharmacol. 80:935-940. (2002).

Niehaus, G.D. and Mehendale, S.R. Quantifying rat pulmonary intravascular mononuclear phagocytes. Anatomical Record 252:626-636. (1998).

Singh, B., Doane, K.J., and Niehaus, G.D. Ultrastructural and cytochemical evaluation of sepsis-induced changes in the rat pulmonary intravascular mononuclear phagocytes. J. Anatomy 192:13-23. (1998).

Omlor, G., Niehaus, G.D., Maron, M.B. Effect of peak inspiratory pressure on the filtration coefficient in the isolated perfused rat lung. J. Appl. Physiol. 74:3068-3072. (1993).

Niehaus, G.D., Kimura, R., Traber, L.D., Herndon, D.N., Flynn, J.T., Traber, D.L. Administration of a synthetic antiprotease reduces smoke-induced lung injury. J. Appl. Physiol. 69:694-699. (1990).

Herndon, D.N., Traber, D.L., Kimura, R., Basadre, J., Prein, T., Barrow, R.E., Flynn, J.T., Niehaus, G.D., Rutan, T.C., and Traber, L.D. Pulmonary vascular effects of inhalation injury. Proceedings U.S. Army Inst. Surg. Res. 40th Burn Symposium. (1989).

Niehaus, G.D. Role of the pulmonary intravascular macrophage in systemic host defense. Pulmonary Intravascular Macrophage. Ed. N. Staub. Futura Publishing Co., Mount Kisco. 39-58. (1989).