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Gerald Campbell

  • PhD, MD
  • Professor
  • University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, Department of Pathology
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Research interests

viral encephalitisBlood-brain barrierNeuropathology

About

I collaborate with virologists in studying pathogenesis of viral encephalitis for several viral agents, especially arboviruses, and the histopathologic characteristics of animal models for these diseases. My long-term research interest is in molecular mechanisms of maintenance of the blood-brain barrier and its alterations in infectious and other diseases.

Co-authors (244)

  • Herve Pascalis
  • halimeh khoshamooz
  • Emil Yankov
  • Sergey Minaev
  • Bi-Hung Peng

Publications (5)

  • Characterization of a murine model of non-lethal, symptomatic dengue virus infection

    • Sarathy V
    • White M
    • Li L
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  • A lethal model of disseminated dengue virus type 1 infection in AG129 mice

    • Milligan G
    • Sarathy V
    • White M
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  • High levels of orexin A in the brain of the mouse model for phenylketonuria: possible role of orexin A in hyperactivity seen in children with PKU.

    • Surendran S
    • Campbell G
    • Tyring S
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  • CASE OF THE MONTH: January 1999 - Fetus with echogenic mass in third ventricle

    • Molina C
    • Hawkins H
    • Campbell G
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  • Glucose uptake in brain during withdrawal from ethanol, phenobarbital, and diazepam

    • Marietta C
    • Eckardt M
    • Campbell G
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Professional experience

Professor

University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, Department of Pathology

August 1985 - Present

Education

Residency and Fellowship in Anatomic Pathology and Neuropathology

Duke University Hospital

July 1981 - July 1985(4 years)

Staff Fellow (NIMH and NIAAA)

National Institutes of Health

July 1977 - June 1981(4 years)

M.D.

University of Texas Southwstern Medical School - Dallas

September 1973 - June 1977(4 years)

Ph.D. (Physics)

University of Texas at Austin

July 1969 - January 1975(6 years)

B.S. (Physics and Mathematics)

University of Kentucky

September 1965 - June 1969(4 years)