Everett Meyer

BMT specialist, Hematologist

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Blood and Marrow Transplantation) at the Stanford University Medical Center
Research focus in T cell immunotherapy and T cell immune monitoring using high-throughput sequencing and genomic approaches, with an emphasis on hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, the treatment of graft-versus-host disease and immune tolerance induction.

Blood and Marrow Transplant Program

  • 875 Blake Wilbur Drive
  • Palo Alto, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-723-0822
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Professional Education

Fellowship: Stanford University - Hematology and Oncology (2013) CA

Residency: Stanford University Hospital -Internal Medicine Residency Training Program (2010) CA

Internship: Stanford University Hospital -Internal Medicine Residency Training Program (2009) CA

Medical Education: Stanford University (2008) CA

Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2011)

Honors & Awards

Beckman Center Technology Grant, Stanford University (2014)

Amy Streizer Manasevit Scholar, National Donor Marrow Program and American Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation (2013)

Young Investigator Award, American Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation (2011)

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are research studies that evaluate a new medical approach, device, drug, or other treatment. As a Stanford Health Care patient, you have access to the latest, advanced clinical trials.

Open trials refer to studies currently accepting participants. Closed trials are not currently enrolling, but may open in the future.

Memory regulatory T cells reside in human skin
Rodriguez, R. S., Pauli, M. L., Neuhaus, I. M., Yu, S. S., Arron, S. T., & Rosenblum, M. D. (2014). Memory regulatory T cells reside in human skin. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL INVESTIGATION, 124(3), 1027-1036.

Transplanted terminally differentiated induced pluripotent stem cells are accepted by immune mechanisms similar to self-tolerance.
de Almeida, P. E., Meyer, E. H., Kooreman, N. G., Diecke, S., Dey, D., & Wu, J. C. (2014). Transplanted terminally differentiated induced pluripotent stem cells are accepted by immune mechanisms similar to self-tolerance. Nature communications, 5, 3903-?.

Single dose of autologous apoptotic cells preceding transplantation significantly enhances survival in lethal murine graft versus host models.
Florek, M., Sega, E. I., Leveson-Gower, D. B., Baker, J., Müller, A. M., & Negrin, R. S. (2014). Single dose of autologous apoptotic cells preceding transplantation significantly enhances survival in lethal murine graft versus host models. Blood.

Prevalence of graft versus host disease and cytomegalovirus infection in patients post-haematopoietic cell transplantation presenting with gastrointestinal symptoms.
Liu, A., Meyer, E., Johnston, L., Brown, J., & Gerson, L. B. (2013). Prevalence of graft versus host disease and cytomegalovirus infection in patients post-haematopoietic cell transplantation presenting with gastrointestinal symptoms. Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics, 38(8), 955-966.

A distinct evolution of the T-cell repertoire categorizes treatment refractory gastrointestinal acute graft-versus-host disease
Meyer, E. H., Hsu, A. R., Liliental, J., Loehr, A., Florek, M., & Negrin, R. S. (2013). A distinct evolution of the T-cell repertoire categorizes treatment refractory gastrointestinal acute graft-versus-host disease. BLOOD, 121(24), 4955-4962.

Apoptotic Cells Activate NKT Cells through T Cell Ig-Like Mucin-Like-1 Resulting in Airway Hyperreactivity
Lee, H.-H., Meyer, E. H., Goya, S., Pichavant, M., Kim, H. Y., & Umetsu, D. T. (2010). Apoptotic Cells Activate NKT Cells through T Cell Ig-Like Mucin-Like-1 Resulting in Airway Hyperreactivity. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 185(9), 5225-5235.

Activation of nonclassical CD1d-restricted NK T cells induces airway hyperreactivity in beta(2)-microglobulin-deficient mice
Koh, Y. I., Kim, H. Y., Meyer, E. H., Pichavant, M., Akbari, O., & Umetsu, D. T. (2008). Activation of nonclassical CD1d-restricted NK T cells induces airway hyperreactivity in beta(2)-microglobulin-deficient mice. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 181(7), 4560-4569.

ICOS/ICOSL interaction is required for CD4(+) invariant NKT cell function and homeostatic survival
Akbari, O., Stock, P., Meyer, E. H., Freeman, G. J., Sharpe, A. H., & DeKruyff, R. H. (2008). ICOS/ICOSL interaction is required for CD4(+) invariant NKT cell function and homeostatic survival. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 180(8), 5448-5456.

Ozone exposure in a mouse model induces airway hyperreactivity that requires the presence of natural killer T cells and IL-17
Pichavant, M., Goya, S., Meyer, E. H., Johnston, R. A., Kim, H. Y., & Umetsu, D. T. (2008). Ozone exposure in a mouse model induces airway hyperreactivity that requires the presence of natural killer T cells and IL-17. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE, 205(2), 385-393.

T cells and NKT cells in the pathogenesis of asthma
Meyer, E. H., DeKruyff, R. H., & Umetsu, D. T. (2008). T cells and NKT cells in the pathogenesis of asthma. ANNUAL REVIEW OF MEDICINE, 59, 281-292.

Delirium following abrupt discontinuation of fluoxetine
Blum, D., Maldonado, J., Meyer, E., & Lansberg, M. (2008). Delirium following abrupt discontinuation of fluoxetine. CLINICAL NEUROLOGY AND NEUROSURGERY, 110(1), 69-70.

Ozone exposure in a mouse model induces airway hyperreactivity that requires the presence of natural killer T cells and IL-17
Pichavant, M., Goya, S., Meyer, E., Johnston, R., Kim, H., & Umetsu, D. (2008). Ozone exposure in a mouse model induces airway hyperreactivity that requires the presence of natural killer T cells and IL-17. CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY, 127, S38-S38.

INKT cells require CCR4 to localize to the airways and to induce airway hyperreactivity
Meyer, E. H., Wurbel, M.-A., Staton, T. L., Pichavant, M., Kan, M. J., & Umetsu, D. T. (2007). INKT cells require CCR4 to localize to the airways and to induce airway hyperreactivity. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 179(7), 4661-4671.

iNKT cells in allergic disease
Meyer, E. H., DeKruyff, R. H., & Umetsu, D. T. (2007). iNKT cells in allergic disease. T CELL ACTIVATION BY CD1 AND LIPID ANTIGENS, 314, 269-291.

Natural killer T cells regulate the development of asthma
Umetsu, D. T., Meyer, E. H., & DeKruyff, R. H. (2007). Natural killer T cells regulate the development of asthma. INTERNATIONAL REVIEWS OF IMMUNOLOGY, 26(1-2), 121-140.

CD1d restricted natural killer T cells are not required for allergic skin inflammation
Elkhal, A., Pichavant, M., He, R., Scott, J., Meyer, E., & Umetsu, D. T. (2006). CD1d restricted natural killer T cells are not required for allergic skin inflammation. JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY, 118(6), 1363-1368.

Medicine on a need-to-know basis
Busch, R., Byrne, B., Gandrud, L., Sears, D., Meyer, E., & Mellins, E. D. (2006). Medicine on a need-to-know basis. NATURE IMMUNOLOGY, 7(6), 543-547.

Glycolipid activation of invariant T cell receptor(+) NK T cells is sufficient to induce airway hyperreactivity independent of conventional CD4(+) T cells
Meyer, E. H., Goya, S., Akbari, O., Berry, G. J., Savage, P. B., & Umetsu, D. T. (2006). Glycolipid activation of invariant T cell receptor(+) NK T cells is sufficient to induce airway hyperreactivity independent of conventional CD4(+) T cells. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, 103(8), 2782-2787.

iNKT-Cells require CCR4 binding of CCL17 to localize to the airways where they are necessary and sufficient for inducing airway hyperreactivity.
Meyer, E., Wurbel, M.-A., Staton, T., Savage, P., DeKruyff, R., & Umetsu, D. (2006). iNKT-Cells require CCR4 binding of CCL17 to localize to the airways where they are necessary and sufficient for inducing airway hyperreactivity. CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY, 119, S22-S22.

Glycolipid mediated activation of iNKT cells is sufficient to induce airway hyperreactivity independent of conventional CD4 T cells.
Meyer, E. H., Akbari, O., Berry, G., Savage, P., DeKruyff, R. H., & Umetsu, D. T. (2005). Glycolipid mediated activation of iNKT cells is sufficient to induce airway hyperreactivity independent of conventional CD4 T cells. CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY, 115, S14-S15.

Adaptation at specific loci. VII. Natural selection, dispersal and the diversity of molecular-functional variation patterns among butterfly species complexes (Colias : Lepidoptera, Pieridae)
Watt, W. B., Wheat, C. W., Meyer, E. H., & Martin, J. F. (2003). Adaptation at specific loci. VII. Natural selection, dispersal and the diversity of molecular-functional variation patterns among butterfly species complexes (Colias : Lepidoptera, Pieridae). MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, 12(5), 1265-1275.

Essential role of NKT cells producing IL-4 and IL-13 in the development of allergen-induced airway hyperreactivity
Akbari, O., Stock, P., Meyer, E., Kronenberg, M., Sidobre, S., & Umetsu, D. T. (2003). Essential role of NKT cells producing IL-4 and IL-13 in the development of allergen-induced airway hyperreactivity. NATURE MEDICINE, 9(5), 582-588.

CD4 T-helper cells engineered to produce IL-10 prevent allergen-induced airway hyperreactivity and inflammation
Oh, J. W., Seroogy, C. M., Meyer, E. H., Akbari, O., Berry, G., & Umetsu, D. T. (2002). CD4 T-helper cells engineered to produce IL-10 prevent allergen-induced airway hyperreactivity and inflammation. JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY, 110(3), 460-468.

Antigen-specific regulatory T cells develop via the ICOS-ICOS-ligand pathway and inhibit allergen-induced airway hyperreactivity
Akbari, O., Freeman, G. J., Meyer, E. H., Greenfield, E. A., Chang, T. T., & Umetsu, D. T. (2002). Antigen-specific regulatory T cells develop via the ICOS-ICOS-ligand pathway and inhibit allergen-induced airway hyperreactivity. NATURE MEDICINE, 8(9), 1024-1032.