Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DATA

EDUCATION

  • 2019 - Present University of Louisville, enrolled in the Masters of Science in Biostatistics, School of Public Health & Information Science, Department of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics (anticipated graduation date December 2020)
  • 2016 - 2017 U.S. Food & Drug Adminstration Fellowship, US Army Medical Department Center & School (Long Term Health and Education Training)
  • 2015 - 2017 US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS, Diploma in Common Core (Distance Learning)
  • 2000 - 2005 State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY, Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Pathology
  • 1997 - 2000 University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, IN, B.S. in Biology

ACCREDITATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS

  • 2019 Level II in Program Management
  • 2015 Level III in Science & Technology Management

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

  • Demonstrated executive leadership and management skills, with expertise in data science, basic and applied research, animal models, and advanced development.
  • Managed multimillion dollar per year intramural research programs funded through the Military Operational Medicine Research Program, Defense Health Program, and Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
  • Managed day-to-day operations in a research laboratory and/or regulatory affairs and compliance office (up to 85 staff), routinely briefed senior leaders, provided strategic and operational planning, conflict resolution, and staffing management.
  • Proven ability to identify solutions to military problems, identify and successfully compete for and acquire new sources of funding, lead multidisciplinary teams, and collaborate within the DoD, Army, federal agencies, private industry, and academic institutions.
  • Subject matter expertise in regulatory sponsorship, R and RStudio, molecular and cellular pathology, phosphoinositide signaling, progesterone signaling, systems biology, systems toxicology, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, environmental hazards, and biomarker discovery and early qualification.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • 2018 - Present Director (Acting), Office of Regulated Activities, US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2017 - 2018 Chief, Regulatory Business Support Office, Office of Regulated Activities, US Army Medical Materiel Development Activity (USAMMDA), Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2017 - Present Owner, Data InDeed, LLC., Frederick, MD
  • 2016 - 2017 Army Fellow, Food & Drug Administration, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER)
  • 2016 - 2016 Theater Biochemist, 227th Medical Detachment (Preventive Medicine) (Forward), Kuwait
  • 2015 - 2016 Deputy Commander, US Army Center for Environmental Health Research (USACEHR), Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2013 - 2015 Director, Environmental Health Program, USACEHR, Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2011 - 2013 Deputy Director, Biomarkers Program, USACEHR, Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2008 - 2011 Chief, Research Operations Service, Department of Clinical Investigation, Madigan Healthcare System (MAMC), Tacoma, WA
  • 2007 - 2008 Chief of Cell Biology, Department of Clinical Investigation, MAMC, Tacoma, WA
  • 2005 - 2006 Postdoctoral Associate, The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME
  • 2000 - 2005 Graduate Research Assistant, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY
  • 1997 - 2000 Co-owner, Krystal Klear Window Cleaning, Evansville, IN
  • 1991 - 1997 Operating Room Specialist, US Army

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • 2013 - Present Adjunct Assistant Professor in Preventive Medicine/Biometrics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS), F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD.
  • 2001 - 2007 Lecturer, Department of Biology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY.
  • 2006 Lecturer, Department of Biology, Dowling College, Oakdale, NY.

HONORS, MILITARY AWARDS AND RIBBONS

  • 2017 U.S. Food and Drug Agency, Team Excellence Award, CDER Regulatory Science Informatics Team (RSIT)
  • 2016 United States Army Meritorious Service Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster
  • 2016 United States Army Commendation Medal, Second Oak Leaf Cluster
  • 2016 United States Army Achievement Medal, Third Oak Leaf Cluster
  • 2016 Certificate of Appreciation
  • 2016 Global War on Terrorism (Expeditionary) Medal
  • 2016 German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge
  • 2015 United States Army Commendation Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster
  • 2015 Order of Military Medical Merit, membership #10709
  • 2015 8Z Skill Identifier and Certificate of Achievement
  • 2013 Annual Therapeutics Specialty Award: “Hydrogen sulfide as a pharmacologic adjunct to resuscitation in a porcine model of severe hemorrhage and ischemia-reperfusion injury.”
  • 2012 United States Army Meritorious Service Medal
  • 2011 Letter of Recommendation: junior clinician scientists selected to represent at the first Medical Research and Material Command Clinical Investigation Program Symposium.
  • 2010 BG Michael A. Dunn “Press-On Energy” Award 2008 United States Army Achievement Medal, Second Oak Leaf Cluster
  • 2007 Global War on Terrorism (Service) Ribbon
  • 2007 National Defense Service Medal
  • 2006 NIH Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Post-Doctoral Fellowship, #5 T32EY10434-04.
  • 1999 Golden Key Honor Society, University of Southern Indiana
  • 1997 United States Army Commendation Medal
  • 1994 Joint Meritorious Unit Award
  • 1994 United States Army Achievement Medal, First Oak Leaf Cluster
  • 1994 Overseas Service Ribbon
  • 1994 Armed Forces Service Medal
  • 1994 Good Conduct Medal
  • 1993 Primary Leadership Development Ribbon (now referred to NCO Professional Development Ribbon)
  • 1993 United Nation Medal
  • 1992 United States Army Achievement Medal
  • 1991 National Defense Service Medal

EMPLOYMENT, SOCIETY AND COMMITTEE EXPERIENCE

  • 2018 - present Member, American Statistical Association
  • 2018 - present Member, Product Life-Cycle Review Committee (PLRC), US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC), Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2015 - present Member, Army Acquisition Corps
  • 2014 - present Journal Referee, Journal of Chemical and Biological Defense
  • 2014 - 2016 Co-Chair, Environmental Health and Protection Program Area Steering Committee. Military Operational Medicine Research Program (MOMRP)
  • 2013 - 2015 Vice-Chair, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). USACEHR, Ft. Detrick, MD 21702
  • 2014 - 2015 Defense Health Program, Small Business Innovation Research, Topic Author, FY14.1, Phase I and II grants
  • 2015 Invited Conference & Session Co-Chair. Military Medicine II: Advances in Global Health- Next generation disease diagnostics. SPIE Sensing Technology + Applications
  • 2014 - 2015 Co-Chair Integrated Product Team (IPT). Hydration Status Monitor, S&T Manager
  • 2013 - 2015 Program Area Steering Committee Member. Computational Biology Task Area, FY14, FY15, FY16
  • 2012 - 2015 Member, American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS), April 2012 to June 2015.
  • 2007 - 2015 Member, American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB)
  • 2014 Advisory Panel Member. Defense Health Program, Pulmonary Health Program In-Progress Review (IPR)
  • 2014 Liaison. Meeting of the ESEH (Emerging Science for Environmental Health) Committee and Government Liaisons, Washington DC
  • 2014 Invited Session Co-Chair. Military Medicine II: Physiology and Medicine of Extreme Environments and Spaceflight. SPIE Sensing Technology + Applications.
  • 2013 - 2014 Thesis Committee Member. Dr. Jason Koontz, Characterization of the roles of the Hax-1 variants in apoptosis. Directed By Aikaterini Konhtogianni-Konstantopolous, Ph.D., University of Maryland
  • 2014 Guest Judge. Madigan Research Day. Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma WA
  • 2014 Advisory Panel Member. Defense Health Program, Extreme Environments In-Progress Review (IPR)
  • 2014 Stakeholder. JASON Chemical Exposure Study, Summer
  • 2013 Analysis of Alternatives Committee Member, Next Generation Diagnostic System increment II for Chemical Diagnostics
  • 2013 Independent Review Team (IRT) Member. Subject Matter Expert on the IRT to conduct Technology Readiness Assessment of the Next Generation Diagnostic System for Radiological Diagnostics
  • 2013 - Present Member, Silver Cadeuses Society (SCS)
  • 2012 - 2013 Chair, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). US Army Center for Environmental Health Research, Ft. Detrick, MD
  • 2010 - 2011 Founder and Chair, Scientific Review Committee (SRC). Madigan Healthcare System
  • 2008 - 2011 Member, Institutional Review Board (IRB). Madigan Healthcare System
  • 2008 - 2010 Chair, Biotechnology Lab Technician Advisory Committee for Bates Technical College
  • 2007 - 2008 Member, Biotechnology Lab Technician Advisory Committee for Bates Technical College

OTHER EDUCATION AND TRAINING

  • 2019 PMT257 Program Management Tools Course, Part II (43 CLP)
  • 2019 PMT252 Program Management Tools Course, Part I (31 CLP)
  • 2018 Intermediate Medical Acquisitions Course 2.0 (IMAC 2.0, 40 hours, 4 CEUs)
  • 2018 ACQ202 Intermediate Systems Acquisition, Part A (34 CLP)
  • 2018 CON127 Contract Management (10 CLP)
  • 2018 ISA101 Basic Information Systems Acquisition (23 CLP)
  • 2017 CON124 Contract Execution (13 CLP)
  • 2017 EVM101 Fundamentals of earned Value Management (19 CLP)
  • 2017 Duke Health Informatics Short Course
  • 2016 CON121 Contract Planning (12 CLP)
  • 2015 CLV016 Introduction to Earned Value Management (1 CLP)
  • 2015 CLB007 Cost Analysis (4 CLP)
  • 2015 STM303 Advanced S&T Management (25 CLP)
  • 2015 PM223 Planning and Programming Resources (2 CLP)
  • 2015 BU113 Better Buying Power and Will Cost-Should Cost (2CLP)
  • 2015 PM222 Planning for Success and Managing Communications (2 CLP)
  • 2015 STM202 Intermediate S&T Management (20 CLP)
  • 2014 CLC106 Contracting Officer Representative with a Mission Focus (8 CLP)
  • 2014 CLM003 Overview of Acquisition Ethics (2 CLP)
  • 2014 CLM014 IPT Management and Leadership (8 CLP)
  • 2014 CLE069 Technology Transfer (4 CLP)
  • 2014 ACQ201A Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course (25 CLP)
  • 2014 Emergency Preparedness Response Course (EPRC)
  • 2014 SYS101 Fundamentals of Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering (35 CLP)
  • 2014 CLE045 Introduction to DoD Science and Technology Management (2 CLP)
  • 2014 Casualty Assistance Officer Training Course
  • 2014 Supervisory Development Training (40 hours)
  • 2014 CLE068 Intellectual Property and Data Rights (4 CLP)
  • 2014 CLE021 Technology Readiness Assessment (3 CLP)
  • 2014 Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF)
  • 2014 ACQ101 Fundamentals of Systems Acquisition Management (25 CLP)
  • 2013 DG101 Decision Gate 101 (3 CEU)
  • 2013 Intermediate Medical Acquisitions Course (IMAC, 40 hours, 4 CEUs)
  • 2012 IACUC Training Workshop, Scientists Center for Animal Welfare
  • 2011 Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) Training (8 CLP)
  • 2011 Captain’s Career Course
  • 2009 Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Team Training (8 hours)
  • 2009 Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties Course
  • 2008 IACUC Regional Education Conference, Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (5.25 hours)
  • 2007 Officer Basic Leadership Course
  • 1995 Hazard Communication Training (40 hours)
  • 1993 Primary Leadership Development
  • 1992 School of Standards
  • 1991 Operating Room Specialist Course
  • 1991 General Medical Orientation Course

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PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Stallings JD (2005) in Molecular and Cellular Biology (Pathology). Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. Title — Nuclear phospholipase C-d1 and cell cycle regulation.
  2. Stallings JD, EG Tall, S Pentyala and MJ Rebecchi (2005). Nuclear translocation of phospholipase C-d1 is linked to the cell cycle and nuclear phosphatidylinositol 4,5-bisphosphate. J Biol Chem 280(23): 22060-22069.
  3. Stallings JD, YX Zeng, F Narvaez and MJ Rebecchi (2008). Phospholipase C-d1 expression is linked to proliferation, DNA synthesis, and cyclin E levels. J Biol Chem 283(20): 13992-14001.
  4. Rebecchi MJ, A Raghubir, S Scarlata, MJ Hartenstine, T Brown and JD Stallings (2009). Expression and function of phospholipase C in breast carcinoma. Adv Enzyme Regul 49(1): 59-73.
  5. Foglia LM, DL Ippolito, JD Stallings, CM Zelig and PG Napolitano (2010). Intramuscular 17a-hydroxyprogesterone caproate administration attenuates immunoresponsiveness of maternal peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Am J Obstet Gynecol 203(6): 561 e561-565.
  6. Dolinsky BM, DL Ippolito, D Tinnemore, JD Stallings, CM Zelig and PG Napolitano (2010). The effect of magnesium sulfate on the activity of matrix metalloproteinase-9 in fetal cord plasma and human umbilical vein endothelial cells. Am J Obstet Gynecol 203(4): 371 e371-375.
  7. Flood-Nichols SK, JD Stallings, JL Gotkin, D Tinnemore, PG Napolitano and DL Ippolito (2011). Elevated ratio of maternal plasma ApoCIII to ApoCII in preeclampsia. Reprod Sci 18(5): 493-502.
  8. Causey MW, LJ Huston, DM Harold, CJ Charaba, DL Ippolito, ZS Hoffer, TA Brown and JD Stallings (2011). Transcriptional analysis of novel hormone receptors PGRMC1 and PGRMC2 as potential biomarkers of breast adenocarcinoma staging. J Surg Res 171(2): 615-622.
  9. Causey MW, ZS Hoffer, SL Miller, LJ Huston, SA Satterly, M Martin and JD Stallings (2011). Microarray and functional cluster analysis implicates transforming growth factor beta1 in endothelial cell dysfunction in a swine hemorrhagic shock model. J Surg Res 170(1): 120-132.
  10. Causey MW, S Salgar, N Singh, M Martin and JD Stallings (2012). Valproic acid reversed pathologic endothelial cell gene expression profile associated with ischemia-reperfusion injury in a swine hemorrhagic shock model. J Vasc Surg 55(4): 1096-1103 e1051.
  11. Satterly SA, M Martin, M Wingerd, J Hempel, Z Hoffer and JD Stallings (2013). Flutamide fails to reduce resuscitation requirements in a porcine ischemia-reperfusion model. J Surg Res 184(1): 472-479.
  12. Flood-Nichols SK, D Tinnemore, MA Wingerd, AI Abu-Alya, PG Napolitano, JD Stallings and DL Ippolito (2013). Longitudinal analysis of maternal plasma apolipoproteins in pregnancy: a targeted proteomics approach. Mol Cell Proteomics 12(1): 55-64.
  13. Causey MW, S Miller, Z Hoffer, J Hempel, JD Stallings, G Jin, H Alam and M Martin (2013). Beneficial effects of histone deacetylase inhibition with severe hemorrhage and ischemia-reperfusion injury. J Surg Res 184(1): 533-540.
  14. Rakesh V, JD Stallings, BG Helwig, LR Leon, DA Jackson and J Reifman (2013). A 3-D mathematical model to identify organ-specific risks in rats during thermal stress. J Appl Physiol (1985) 115(12): 1822-1837.
  15. Permenter MG, WE Dennis, TE Sutto, DA Jackson, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2013). Exposure to cobalt causes transcriptomic and proteomic changes in two rat liver derived cell lines. PLoS One 8(12): e83751.
  16. Flood-Nichols SK, AA Kazanjian, D Tinnemore, PR Gafken, Y Ogata, PG Napolitano, JD Stallings and DL Ippolito (2014). Aberrant glycosylation of plasma proteins in severe preeclampsia promotes monocyte adhesion. Reprod Sci 21(2): 204-214.
  17. Bunch K, D Tinnemore, S Huff, ZS Hoffer, RO Burney and JD Stallings (2014). Expression patterns of progesterone receptor membrane components 1 and 2 in endometria from women with and without endometriosis. Reprod Sci 21(2): 190-197.
  18. Hussainzada N, JA Lewis, CE Baer, DL Ippolito, DA Jackson and JD Stallings (2014). Whole adult organism transcriptional profiling of acute metal exposures in male Zebrafish. BMC Pharmacol Toxicol 15(1): 15.
  19. Bui-Nguyen TM, WE Dennis, DA Jackson, JD Stallings and JA Lewis (2014). Detection of dichlorvos adducts in a hepatocyte cell line. Proteome Research 13(8): 3583-95.
  20. Tawa GT, MDM AbdulHameed, X Yu, K Kumar, DL Ippolito, JA Lewis, JD Stallings and A Wallqvist (2014). Characterization of chemically induced liver injuries using gene co-expression modules. PLoS One Sep 16;9(9): e107230.
  21. AbdulHameed MDM, GJ Tawa, K Kumar, DL Ippolito, JA Lewis, JD Stallings and A Wallqvist (2014). Systems level analysis and identification of pathways and networks associated with liver fibrosis. PLoS One Nov 7;9(11):e112193.
  22. Rakesh V, JD Stallings and J Reifman (2014). A virtual rat for simulating environmental and exertional heat stress. J Appl Physiol Dec 1;117(11):1278-86.
  23. Stallings JD, DL Ippolito, V Rakesh, CE Baer, WE Dennis, BG Helwig, DA Jackson, LR Leon, JA Lewis and J Reifman (2014). Patterns of gene expression associated with recovery and injury in heat- stressed rats. BMC Genomics Dec 3;15(1):1058.
  24. Baer CE, DL Ippolito, N Hussainzada, JA Lewis, DA Jackson and JD Stallings (2014). Genome-wide gene expression profiling of acute metal exposures in male Zebrafish. Genomics Data. Dec;2:363-365.
  25. Ippolito DL, JA Lewis, Y Chenggang, LR Leon and JD Stallings (2014). Alteration in circulating metabolites during and after heat stress in the conscious rat: Potential biomarkers of exposure and organ-specific injury. BMC Physiology Dec 24;14(1):14.
  26. Satterly S, S Salgar, Z Hoffer, J Hempel, M Wingerd, R Huang, JD Stallings and M Martin (2015). Hydrogen sulfide improves resuscitation via non-hibernatory mechanisms in a porcine shock model. J Surg Res Apr 9; S0022-4804(15)00395-9.
  27. Speir RW, JD Stallings, JM Andrews, MS Gelnett, TC Brand and SK Salgar (2015). Effects of valproic acid and dexamethasone administration on early bio-markers and gene expression profile in acute kidney ischemia-reperfusion injury in the rat. PLoS One May 13; 10(5):e0126622.
  28. Stallings JD and DL Ippolito (2015). A systems biology approach to heat stress, heat injury and heat stroke. Proc SPIE 9490. Advances in Global Health through Sensing Technologies Invited manuscript. May 13; 949009-949009-12. Best Invited Paper Award.
  29. Madejczyk MS, CE Baer, WE Dennis, V Minarchick, SS Leonard, DA Jackson, JD Stallings and JA Lewis (2015). Temporal changes in rat liver gene expression after cadmium and chromium exposure. PLoS One May 19;10(5):e0127327.
  30. Scheff JD, JD Stallings, J Reifman and V Rakesh (2015). Mathematical Model of the Heat-Shock Response in HeLa Cells. Biophys J. Jul 21;109(2):182-93.
  31. Ippolito DL, MDM AbdulHameed, GJ Tawa, CE Baer, MH Boyle, MA Streicker, BS Snowden, JA Lewis, A Wallqvist and JD Stallings (2015). Gene expression patterns associated with histopathology in toxic liver injury. Toxicol Sci Sep 22, pii: kfv214.
  32. Stallings JD, DL Ippolito, A Wallqvist, J Reifman (2015). Host response to environmental hazards: Using literature, bioinformatics, and computation to derive candidate biomarkers of toxic industrial chemical exposure. STO Meeting Proceedings STO-MP-HFM-254. Oct 12, pp. 7-1 to 7-14.
  33. Lee YS, JA Lewis, DL Ippolito, N Hussainzada, PJ Lein, DA Jackson and JD Stallings (2016). Repeated exposure to neurotoxic levels of chlorpyrifos dose-dependently alters hippocampal expression of neurotrophins and neuropeptides. Toxicology.
  34. Koontz JM, D Kumsher, R Kelly III and JD Stallings (2016). Effect of 2 bedding materials on ammonia levels in individually ventilated cages. Lab Anim Sci. 55(1):25-8.
  35. AbdulHameed MDM, DL Ippolito, JD Stallings and A. Wallqvist (2016). Mining kidney toxicogenomic data by using gene co-expression modules. BMC Genomics. Oct 10; 17(1):790.
  36. Patterson SL, Dancy BCR, Ippolito DL and JD Stallings (2017). Potential and Actual Health Hazards in the Dense Urban Operational Environment: Critical Gaps and Solutions for Military Occupational Health. J Occup Environ Med. Aug 8.
  37. Stallings-Welden LM, M Doerner, E Ketchem, L Benkert, S Alka and JD Stallings (2018). A comparison of aromatherapy to standard care for relief of PONV and PDNV in ambulatory surgical patients. J of Perianesth Nurs. Apr;33(2):116-128
  38. Permenter MG, YS Lee, BC McDyre, DL Ippolito and JD Stallings (2019). Alterations in tissue microRNA after heat stress in the conscious rat: potential biomarkers of organ-specific injury. BMC Genomics. Feb 15;20(1):141
  39. Koontz JM, BCR Dancy, CL Horton, BH Thran, LE Roszell, JD Stallings, VT DiVito, and JA Lewis (2019). The role of the human microbiome in chemical toxicity. Int J Toxicol. Jul/Aug;38(4):251-264.
  40. Stallings-Welden LM, P Leatherland, MB Schitter, A Givens, JD Stallings (2019). Patients randomized to aromatherapy demonstrate improved pain after abdominal surgery with block. In submission to MEDSurge Nursing
  41. Stallings JD, A Kapela, J Peterson, A Reisner, and J Reifman (2019). APPRAISE HRC: A Validated AI Algorithm for Triage of Life-Threatening Hemorrhage (2019). In preparation for Shock.
  42. Mapping Structured Product Label Indications to SNOMED CT Disease Terminology (2019). In preparation.

INVITED ABSTRACTS AND KEY PRESENTATIONS

  1. Stallings JD, Zeng YX and Rebecchi MJ. Nuclear Translocation of Phospholipase C-d1 is Linked to the Cell Cycle and Nuclear Phosphatidylinositol 4,5-Bisphosphate. Experimental Biology Conference, April 2-6th, 2005: Abstract number 12004. LB761.
  2. Stallings JD, Zeng YX and Rebecchi MJ (2005). Small interfering RNA-mediated suppression of phospholipase C-d1 alters cyclin E expression, DNA synthesis and growth rate in C6 glioma. Annual Academic Evening, Department of Anesthesiology, Stony Brook University.
  3. Rebecchi MJ, JD Stallings, S Scarlata and T Brown (2008). Expression and Function of PLC in Breast Carcinoma Cell Lines. Advances in Enzyme Regulation.
  4. Ippolito DL, JD Stallings, LM Foglia, PG Napolitano and MJ Hartenstine (2008). 631: Pregnancy-specific modulations in maternal plasma protein glycosylation patterns. Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine. Am J Obstet Gynecol 199:S181. Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine.
  5. Estrada S, JD Stallings, MJ DeHart, GG Chow and RO Burney (2009). Calprotectin as an endometrial biomarker for the diagnosis of endometriosis. Armed Forces District, ACOG; Founder’s Award- top overall presentation.
  6. Dolinsky BM, DL Ippolito, D Tinnemore, CM Zelig, JD Stallings and PG Napolitano (2009). 450: The effect of magnesium sulfate on activity of matrix metalloproteinase -9 in fetal cord plasma and human umbilical cord vein endothelial cells. Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine. Am J Obstet Gynecol 201:S159-S160.
  7. Flood-Nichols SK, DL Ippolito, JD Stallings, C Charuba; LM Foglia; JL Gotkin; PG Napolitano (2009). 772: Glycosylation of maternal plasma proteins attenuates monocyte chemotaxis in the first trimester. Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine. Am J Obstet Gynecol 201:S159-S160.
  8. Bunch K, D Tinnemore, RO Burney and JD Stallings (2010). PGRMC2 gene expression is significantly decreased in the endometrium of women with versus without advanced endometriosis. Armed Forces District, ACOG; Founder’s Award- top overall presentation.
  9. Causey MW, ZS Hoffer, N Singh, S Miller, L Huston, M Martin and JD Stallings (2010). Microarray and functional cluster analysis implicates transforming growth factor beta1 in endothelial cell dysfunction in a swine hemorrhagic shock model. 23rd Annual Meeting, Pacific Northwest Vascular Society, Resident First Place.
  10. Causey MW, S. Miller, JD Stallings, ZS Hoffer, LJ Huston and M Martin (2011). Microarray and functional fluster analysis implicates transforming growth factor beta1 in endothelial cell dysfunction in a swine hemorrhagic shock model. 6th Annual Academic Surgical Conference, 12.11 page 24.
  11. Miller SL, MW Causey, JD Stallings, MJ DeHart, L Huston and TA Brown (2011). Evaluation of telomerase inhibition in a colorectal metastasis model using nude mice (mus musculus). 6th Annual Academic Surgical Conference, 53.7 page 62.
  12. Causey MW, ZS Hoffer, N Singh, S Miller, L Huston, M Martin and JD Stallings (2011). Microarray and functional cluster analysis implicates transforming growth factor beta1 in endothelial cell dysfunction and valproic acid benefit in a swine hemorrhagic shock model. Society for Vascular Surgery. Resident First Place, Norman Rich Award.
  13. Causey MW, S Miller, Z Hoffer, A Beekley, J Hempel, JD Stallings and M Martin (2011). Beneficial effects of histone deacetylase inhibition and hydrogen sulfide with severe hemorrhage and ischemia- reperfusion injury. Resident First Place.
  14. Stallings JD, C Wittkopp, MA Wingerd, MW Smith and ZS Hoffer (2011). Simvastatin induces progesterone receptor membrane component 2 expression in rat C6 glioma cells. SAFMLS Annual Meeting, Accepted.
  15. Stallings, JD (2012). Multidisciplinary approaches to predict health effects from occupational and environmental stressors, US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program R&A, Frederick, MD, 12 January.
  16. Causey MW, S Miller, Z Hoffer, JD Stallings and M Martin (2013). Beneficial effects of histone deacetylase inhibition with severe hemorrhage and ischemia-reperfusion injury. 8th Academic Surgical Conference, 45.4, page 53.
  17. Stallings, JD (2012). Integrated Systems Biology Approach to Identify Prognostic, Diagnostic, Intervention, and Therapeutic Pathways Related to Heat Injury/Stroke (HIS), US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program R&A, Frederick, MD, 12 December.
  18. Satterly SA, M Martin, MA Wingerd, ZS Hoffer and JD Stallings (2012). Flutamide does not confer benefit in reducing resuscitation requirements in a porcine ischemia-reperfusion model. Academic Surgical Conference, 14.10, page 26. Invited as an ASC Quickshot Presentation.
  19. Satterly SA, S Salgar, ZS Hoffer, JD Stallings and M Martin (2013). Hydrogen sulfide as a pharmacological adjunct to resuscitation in a porcine model of severe hemorrhagic and ischemia- reperfusion injury. Winner of 2013 Annual Therapeutics Specialty Award.
  20. Stallings JD, V Rakesh, BG Helwig, CE Baer, JA Lewis, LR Leon, J Reifman and DA Jackson (2013). Exon array analysis reveals consensus heat stress response in rat liver, lung, heart, and kidney. Experimental Biology Conference. The FASEB Journal 27; LB780.
  21. Stallings, JD (2013). Biomarkers Program, Integrated Research Team: Task Area: Host Response to Environmental Hazards - X1. US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program, Frederick, MD, 26 November.
  22. Stallings, JD (2013). Biomarkers Program: Task Area: Host Response to Environmental Hazards - X1. US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense, Internal Seminar Series, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 16 October.
  23. Stallings, JD (2013). Host response to environmental hazards: Product development strategy, US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program R&A, Frederick, MD, 13 December.
  24. Stallings, JD (2013). Identification and analysis of metabolomic signatures related to heat injury/stroke-induced organ injury, US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program R&A, Frederick, MD, 13 December.
  25. Stallings, JD and S Muza (2014). Environmental Health and Protection Program Area Overview: 2015 Program Plans and FY17-21 POM UFRs, US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program IIPT, Frederick, MD, 11-12 March.
  26. Stallings, JD (2014). Task Area: Host Response to Environmental Health Hazards, US Army Military Operational Medicine Research Program IIPT, Frederick, MD, 11-12 March.
  27. Madejczyk MS, CE Baer, WE Dennis, V Minarchick, SS Leonard, DA Jackson, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2014) Temporal Changes in Rat Liver Gene Expression after Cadmium and Chromium Exposure. The Toxicologist - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 138: 1297.
  28. Lee YS, JA Lewis, N Hussainzada, PJ Lein, DA Jackson and JD Stallings (2014). Neurotoxic effects of repeated exposure to low-dose chlorpyrifos in rats. The Toxicologist - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 138: 1858.
  29. Permenter MG, D Kumsher, WE Dennis, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2014). Exposure to cobalt, nickel, cadmium, and chromium causes changes in gene expression and protein abundance in a human liver- derived cell line. The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 138: 1265.
  30. Ippolito DL, YS Lee, MS Madejczyk, MW Widder, JA Lewis, DA Jackson and JD Stallings (2014). Prioritizing military-relevant toxicants and future sensing needs for exposure assessment and adverse health effects. SPIE Sensing Technology + Applications.
  31. Lee YS, JA Lewis, JR Kugelman, M Sanchez-Lockhart, GF Palacios and JD Stallings (2014). Utility of the microbiome in chemical exposure assessment. National Cancer Institute Spring Research Festival.
  32. Stallings, JD (2014). Prioritizing military-relevant toxicants and future sensing needs for exposure assessment and adverse health effects. Invited Presentation. Session Co-Chair, Military Medicine II: Physiology and Medicine of Extreme Environments and Spaceflight. SPIE Sensing Technology+ Applications.
  33. Permenter MG, YS Lee, DL Ippolito, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2014). Alterations in tissue small RNA after heat stress in conscious rats. MHSRS.
  34. Ippolito DL, CE Baer, WE Dennis, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2014). Alteration in circulating metabolites during and after heat stress in the conscious rat: potential biomarkers of exposure and organ-specific injury. MHSRS. Selected as Oral Presentation.
  35. Madejczyk MS, MG Permenter, CE Baer, WE Dennis, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2014). In vitro and in vivo toxicogenomic evaluation of chromium exposure in the liver. MHSRS.
  36. Lee YS, JA Lewis, N Hussainzada, PJ Lein, DA Jackson and JD Stallings (2014). Neurotoxic effects of repeated exposure to low-dose chlorpyrifos in rats. MHSRS.
  37. Lee YS, JA Lewis, JR Kugelman, M Sanchez-Lockhart, GF Palacios and JD Stallings (2014). Utility of the microbiome in chemical exposure assessment. MHSRS.
  38. Rakesh V, JD Stallings, BG Helwig and LR Leon (2014). Predicting what we can’t measure: Heat stress in specific organs. MHSRS.
  39. AbdulHameed, MDM, GJ Tawa, K Kumar, DL Ippolito, JA Lewis, JD Stallings and A Wallqvist (2014). Mapping toxicity pathways of liver fibrosis using integrated gene expression and protein-protein interaction network analysis Adverse Outcome Pathways: From Research to Regulation, September 3-5, 2014 (NIEHS).
  40. Stallings JD, M Permenter, YS Lee, JA Lewis and DL Ippolito (2014). Heat Stress-Induced Proteotoxicity in the Heart: A systems biology approach to heat stress. Invited Poster to Systems Biology: The realities and Possibilities. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Campus.
  41. Rakesh V, JD Stallings, BG Helwig and LR Leon (2014). Predicting what we can’t measure: Heat stress in specific organs. Invited Poster to Systems Biology: The realities and Possibilities. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences Campus.
  42. Satterly S., J Stallings, S. Salgar, Z. Hoffer and M. Martin (2015). Hydrogen Sulfide Improves Resuscitation via Non-Hibernatory Mechanisms in a Porcine Shock Model. 9th Academic Surgical Conference.
  43. Donald BC, JD Stallings and DL Ippolito (2015). Plasma HMB1 as a biomarker for severe hepatotoxicity after exposure to toxic industrial chemicals. The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 257:1206.
  44. Ippolito DL, MDM AbdulHameed, GJ Tawa, CE Baer, BS Snowden, JA Lewis, A Wallqvist and JD Stallings (2015). Gene expression patterns associated with histopathology in toxic liver injury. The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 26: 127.
  45. Madejczyk MS, MG Permenter, D Kumsher, CE Baer, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2015). Early evidence of organ injury after acute oral exposure to nickel in rats. The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 72:337.
  46. Permenter MG, MS Madejczyk, D Kumsher, CE Baer, JA Lewis and JD Stallings (2015). Exposure to Cadmium Causes Changes in Gene Expression in In Vivo and In Vitro Rat Liver and Kidney Models. The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, 427:1992.
  47. Ippolito DL, MDM AbdulHameed, GJ Tawa, CE Baer, BC Donald, JA Lewis, A Wallqvist and JD Stallings (2015). Early Predictive markers of organ injury and toxicity. Invited Presentation. Session Co-Chair, Military Medicine II: Physiology and Medicine of Extreme Environments and Spaceflight. SPIE Sensing Technology + Applications.
  48. Stallings JD and DL Ippolito (2015). A systems biology approach to heat stress, heat injury and heat stroke. Invited Presentation. Session Co-Chair, Military Medicine II: Physiology and Medicine of Extreme Environments and Spaceflight. SPIE Sensing Technology + Applications.
  49. Widder MW and JD Stallings (2015). The Development of Predictive Tools to Evaluate the Toxicity of Engineered Nanomaterials. National Environmental Health Association - Annual Education Conference. July 12-15, Orlando, FL.
  50. Stallings JD, TM Sager and MW Widder (2015). The Development of Predictive Tools to Evaluate the Toxicity of Engineered Nanomaterials. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), Research and Development Directorate, Chemical and Biological Department, Advanced and Emerging Threat Division 2015 Project-Level Science and Technology (S&T) Review for Threat Agent Toxicology and Medical Chemical Countermeasures. 20-24 July, Lorton, VA.
  51. AbdulHameed MDM, DL Ippolito, GJ Tawa, K Kumar, JA Lewis, JD Stallings and A Wallqvist (2015). Toxicogenomic analyses of liver fibrosis. 250th American Chemical Society (ACS) national meeting. Aug 16-20, Boston, MA.
  52. Tawa GJ, MDM AbdulHameed, DL Ippolito, K Kumar, JA Lewis, JD Stallings and A Wallqvist (2015). Toxicity biomarker identification and drug repurposing using gene co-expression modules. 250th American Chemical Society (ACS) national meeting. Aug 16-20, Boston, MA.
  53. Donald BC, WE Dennis, CE Baer, MG Permenter, JD Stallings and DL Ippolito (2015). Biomarkers for hepatotoxicity after exposure to military relevant toxic industrial chemicals. Military Health System Research Symposium. August, Fort Lauderdale, FL.
  54. Madejczyk, MS, N Zavaljevski, MG Permenter, CE Baer, WE Dennis, A Wallqvist, JA Lewis, and JD Stallings (2015). Development of integrated PBPK model capabilities for acute toxicant exposure induced organ injury prediction. Military Health System Research Symposium. August, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Accepted Oral Presentation.
  55. Ippolito DL, MG Permenter, BC Donald and JD Stallings (2015). Metabolic profile of heart tissue following heat injury. Military Health System Research Symposium. August, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Accepted Oral Presentation.
  56. Ippolito DL, MDM AbdulHameed, CE Baer, BC Donald, MG Permenter, A Wallqvist and JD Stallings (2015). Early predictive markers of hepatotoxicity after exposure to military relevant toxicants. Military Health System Research Symposium. August, Fort Lauderdale, FL. Accepted Oral Presentation.
  57. Stallings JD (2015). Introduction to USACEHR’s Environmental Health Program and workshop issues. USACEHR State of the Science Workshop to Discuss Environmental Health and Protection: Personalized tools to support potential and actual health hazards in the megacity operational environment. Oral Presentation.
  58. Lewis JA, BC Dancy, CL Horton, YS Lee, MS Madejczyk, G Ackermann, G Humphrey, R Knight and JD Stallings (2016). Perturbation of fecal microbiome from metal exposed rats. Accepted to The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, XX: XXX.
  59. Madejczyk MS, MG Permenter, CE Baer, WE Dennis, DM Kumsher, JD Stallings and JA Lewis (2016). Toxicogenomic evaluation of in vivo rat liver and kidney models after exposure to cobalt. Accepted to The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, XX: XXX.
  60. AbdulHameed MDM, DL Ippolito, JD Stallings and A Wallqvist (2016). Identifying predictive gene signature and signaling networks associated with acute kidney injury using gene co-expression modules. Accepted to The Toxicologist CD - An Official Journal of the Society of Toxicology, XX: XXX.
  61. Eck WS, EJ Lent, and JD Stallings (2016). Toxicological Evaluation of Periodate as a replacement for Perchlorate. International Pyrotechnic Society Meeting. Grand Junction, 20-15 July.
  62. Willens S, CE Baer, LM Brennan, R Miller, DM Kumsher, WS Eck and JD Stallings (2016). Achieving Stable pH Without Buffers in Aquatic Animal Model Exposure System. Association for Aquatic Animal Medicine 47th Conference, Virginia Beach, 21-26 May.
  63. Stallings-Welden LM, M Doerner,E Ketchem, L Benkert, S Alka and JD Stallings (2017). The effectiveness of aromatherapy to standard care for relief of PONV and PDNV in ambulatory surgical patients. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing. August.
  64. Stallings JD, A Kapela, J Peterson, A Reisner, and J Reifman (2019). APPRAISE HRC: A Validated AI Algorithm for Triage of Life-Threatening Hemorrhage. Military Health System Research Symposium. August, Kissemme, FL. Accepted Oral Presentation.

INVENTION DISCLOSURES AND PATENTS

  • Provisional application filed - USSN 62/110,058 (Articles for Diagnosis of Liver Fibrosis) (HJF Ref: HJF-386-15) (F&L Ref: 103783-0178): AbdulHameed, Dr. Mohamed Diwan M. (HMJF); Tawa, Dr. Gregory J. (HMJF); Ippolito, Dr. Danielle L. (CEHR); Lewis, Dr. John A. (CEHR); Wallqvist, Dr. Anders (IPA-TATRC); Stallings, MAJ Jonathan D. (CEHR). 30 Jan 2015.

KEY WORDS

  • Data science, systems biology, systems toxicology, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, heat stroke, hyperthermia, environmental hazards, biomarkers, regulatory, sponsorship