Sherry M. Wren

General surgeon

Professional Education

Board Certification: General Surgery, American Board of Surgery (1995)

Medical Education: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School Of Medicine (1986) IL

Fellowship: LAC and USC Medical Center (1995) CA

Residency: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (1994) PA

Residency: Yale - New Haven Hospital (1989) CT

Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (1992) PA

Internship: Yale - New Haven Hospital (1987) CT

MD, Loyola University, MD (1986)

B.A., Carleton College, Biology (1981)

Honors & Awards

Alumni of the Year, Loyola Stritch School of Medicine (2009)

Cancer Liaison Physician Outstanding Performance Award, Commission on Cancer (2008)

John Austin Collins Memorial Award for Outstanding Dedication to Resident Teaching, Stanford University Department of Surgery (2007)

Kaiser Foundation Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching, Stanford University School of Medicine (2006)

Outstandng Teacher Award, Association of Surgical Education (2005)

Editorial Board, Journal of Laparoendoscopic and Advanced Surgical Techniques (2000)

Editorial Board, Surgical Endoscopy (2000)

The Arthur L. Bloomfield Award for Excellence in Teaching of Clinical Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine (2003)

The Henry J. Kaiser Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching, Stanford University School of Medicine (2002)

The Franklin G. Ebaugh Award for Outstanding Dedication to Medical Student Advising, Stanford University School of Medicine (2002)

The Arthur L. Bloomfield Award for Excellence in Teaching of Clinical Medicine, The Franklin G. Ebaugh Award for Outstanding Dedication to Medical Student Advising (1999)

Administrative Appointments

Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Stanford University School of Medicine, 2008

Govenor, American College of Surgeons, 2008

President, American College of Surgeons, Northern CA Chapter, 2008

Chief of General Surgery, Palo Alto Veterans Health Care System, 1997

Chair, Faculty Senate, Stanford University Medical School Faculty Senate, 2006

Chair, Committee on Student Promotion, Professionalism, and Performance, Stanford University School of Medicine, 2007

Residency Site Director, Stanford University, PAVAHCS, 2003

Surgical Clerkship Director, Stanford University School of Medicine, 2000

Cancer Liaison Program Physician, American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer Program, 1997

Understanding the reliability of american college of surgeons national surgical quality improvement program as a quality comparator.
Rhoads, K. F., & Wren, S. M. (2014). Understanding the reliability of american college of surgeons national surgical quality improvement program as a quality comparator. JAMA surgery, 149(5), 474-?.

An estimate of hernia prevalence in Sierra Leone from a nationwide community survey.
Patel, H. D., Groen, R. S., Kamara, T. B., SAMAI, M., Farahzad, M. M., & Wren, S. M. (2014). An estimate of hernia prevalence in Sierra Leone from a nationwide community survey. Hernia , 18(2), 297-303.

The evolving application of single-port robotic surgery in general surgery
Qadan, M., Curet, M. J., & Wren, S. M. (2014). The evolving application of single-port robotic surgery in general surgery. JOURNAL OF HEPATO-BILIARY-PANCREATIC SCIENCES, 21(1), 26-33.

Traumatic injuries in developing countries: report from a nationwide cross-sectional survey of sierra leone.
Stewart, K.-A. A., Groen, R. S., Kamara, T. B., Farahzad, M. M., Samai, M., & Wren, S. M. (2013). Traumatic injuries in developing countries: report from a nationwide cross-sectional survey of sierra leone. JAMA surgery, 148(5), 463-469.

The influence of intern home call on objectively measured perioperative outcomes.
Kastenberg, Z. J., Rhoads, K. F., Melcher, M. L., & Wren, S. M. (2013). The influence of intern home call on objectively measured perioperative outcomes. JAMA surgery, 148(4), 347-351.

Telehealth Follow-up in Lieu of Postoperative Clinic Visit for Ambulatory Surgery: Results of a Pilot Program.
Hwa, K., & Wren, S. M. (2013). Telehealth Follow-up in Lieu of Postoperative Clinic Visit for Ambulatory Surgery: Results of a Pilot Program. JAMA surgery, 1-5.

The Role of Unconscious Bias in Surgical Safety and Outcomes
Santry, H. P., & Wren, S. M. (2012). The Role of Unconscious Bias in Surgical Safety and Outcomes. SURGICAL CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA, 92(1), 137-?.

Prevention of VTE in nonorthopedic surgical patients: Antithrombotic Therapy and Prevention of Thrombosis, 9th ed: American College of Chest Physicians Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Gould, M. K., Garcia, D. A., Wren, S. M., Karanicolas, P. J., Arcelus, J. I., & Samama, C. M. (2012). Prevention of VTE in nonorthopedic surgical patients: Antithrombotic Therapy and Prevention of Thrombosis, 9th ed: American College of Chest Physicians Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines. Chest, 141(2), e227S-77S.

Racial and ethnic differences in lymph node examination after colon cancer resection do not completely explain disparities in mortality
Rhoads, K. F., Cullen, J., Ngo, J. V., & Wren, S. M. (2012). Racial and ethnic differences in lymph node examination after colon cancer resection do not completely explain disparities in mortality. CANCER, 118(2), 469-477.

Single-Port Robotic Cholecystectomy Results From a First Human Use Clinical Study of the New da Vinci Single-Site Surgical Platform
Wren, S. M., & Curet, M. J. (2011). Single-Port Robotic Cholecystectomy Results From a First Human Use Clinical Study of the New da Vinci Single-Site Surgical Platform. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 146(10), 1122-1127.

Postoperative Pneumonia-Prevention Program for the Inpatient Surgical Ward
Wren, S. M., Martin, M., Yoon, J. K., & Bech, F. (2010). Postoperative Pneumonia-Prevention Program for the Inpatient Surgical Ward. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 210(4), 491-495.

Death After Colectomy It's Later Than We Think
Visser, B. C., Keegan, H., Martin, M., & Wren, S. M. (2009). Death After Colectomy It's Later Than We Think. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 144(11), 1021-1027.

Innovation in Safety, and Safety in Innovation
Eisenberg, D., & Wren, S. M. (2014). Innovation in Safety, and Safety in Innovation. JAMA SURGERY, 149(1), 7-9.

Long-Term Comparison of Endovascular and Open Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Lederle, F. A., Freischlag, J. A., Kyriakides, T. C., Matsumura, J. S., Padberg, F. T., & Swanson, K. M. (2012). Long-Term Comparison of Endovascular and Open Repair of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, 367(21), 1988-1997.

Cost-effectiveness of open versus endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm in the OVER trial
Stroupe, K. T., Lederle, F. A., Matsumura, J. S., Kyriakides, T. C., Jonk, Y. C., & Freischlag, J. A. (2012). Cost-effectiveness of open versus endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm in the OVER trial. JOURNAL OF VASCULAR SURGERY, 56(4), 901-?.

Innovative leadership of casualty care: comment on "Eliminating preventable death on the battlefield".
Wren, S. M. (2011). Innovative leadership of casualty care: comment on "Eliminating preventable death on the battlefield". Archives of surgery , 146(12), 1358-?.

Solitary metastatic clear cell carcinoma to the spleen.
Zayed, M. A., Kosek, J., & Wren, S. M. (2011). Solitary metastatic clear cell carcinoma to the spleen. Rare tumors, 3(4).

Endoscopic clipping of a post-whipple pancreatic bleed
Kaltenbach, T., Wren, S., Schumacher, L., & Soetikno, R. (2009). Endoscopic clipping of a post-whipple pancreatic bleed. SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES, 23(9), 2159-2160.

Male Patients Above Age 60 have as Good Outcomes as Male Patients 50-59 Years Old at 1-Year Follow-up After Bariatric Surgery
Wool, D., Bellatorre, N., Wren, S., & Eisenberg, D. (2009). Male Patients Above Age 60 have as Good Outcomes as Male Patients 50-59 Years Old at 1-Year Follow-up After Bariatric Surgery. OBESITY SURGERY, 19(1), 18-21.

Metastatic colon adenocarcinoma mimicking herpes zoster
Goodwin, T. L., & Wren, S. M. (2007). Metastatic colon adenocarcinoma mimicking herpes zoster. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 205(4), 625-625.

Care within a Veterans Hospital - Earlier detection of colon cancer
van Roessel, P., Rouse, R. V., & Wren, S. M. (2007). Care within a Veterans Hospital - Earlier detection of colon cancer. SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES, 21(8), 1434-1440.

Transnasal small-caliber esophagogastroduodenoscopy for preoperative evaluation of the high-risk morbidly obese patient
Alami, R. S., Schuster, R., Friedland, S., Curet, M. J., Wren, S. M., & Safadi, B. Y. (2007). Transnasal small-caliber esophagogastroduodenoscopy for preoperative evaluation of the high-risk morbidly obese patient. SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES, 21(5), 758-760.

Short- and long-term outcomes of standardized EMR of nonpolypoid (flat and depressed) colorectal lesions >= 1 cm (with video)
Kaltenbach, T., Friedland, S., Maheshwari, A., Ouyang, D., Rouse, R. V., & Soetikno, R. (2007). Short- and long-term outcomes of standardized EMR of nonpolypoid (flat and depressed) colorectal lesions >= 1 cm (with video). GASTROINTESTINAL ENDOSCOPY, 65(6), 857-865.

The use of acellular dermal matrix for contaminated abdominal wall defects: wound status predicts success
Schuster, R., Singh, J., Safadi, B. Y., & Wren, S. M. (2006). The use of acellular dermal matrix for contaminated abdominal wall defects: wound status predicts success. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 192(5), 594-597.

Concurrent gastric bypass and repair of anterior abdominal wall hernias
Schuster, R., Curet, M. J., Alami, R. S., Morton, J. M., Wren, S. M., & Safadi, B. Y. (2006). Concurrent gastric bypass and repair of anterior abdominal wall hernias. OBESITY SURGERY, 16(9), 1205-1208.

Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass at a Veterans Affairs and high-volume academic facilities: a comparison of institutional outcomes
Alami, R. S., Morton, J. M., Sanchez, B. R., Curet, M. J., Wren, S. M., & Safadi, B. Y. (2005). Laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass at a Veterans Affairs and high-volume academic facilities: a comparison of institutional outcomes. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 190(5), 821-825.

Preoperative oral antibiotics in colorectal surgery increase the rate of Clostridium difficile colitis
Wren, S. M., Ahmed, N., Jamal, A., & Safadi, B. Y. (2005). Preoperative oral antibiotics in colorectal surgery increase the rate of Clostridium difficile colitis. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 140(8), 752-755.

Comparison of training on two laparoscopic simulators and assessment of skills transfer to surgical performance
Youngblood, P. L., Srivastava, S., Curet, M., Heinrichs, W. L., Dev, P., & Wren, S. M. (2005). Comparison of training on two laparoscopic simulators and assessment of skills transfer to surgical performance. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 200(4), 546-551.

Introducing laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass at a Veterans Affairs medical facility
Safadi, B. Y., Kieran, J. A., Hall, R. G., Morton, J. M., Bellatorre, N., & Wren, S. M. (2004). Introducing laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass at a Veterans Affairs medical facility. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 188(5), 606-610.

Institutional commitment to rectal cancer screening results in earlier-stage cancers on diagnosis
Battat, A. C., Rouse, R. V., Dempsey, L., Safadi, B. Y., & Wren, S. M. (2004). Institutional commitment to rectal cancer screening results in earlier-stage cancers on diagnosis. ANNALS OF SURGICAL ONCOLOGY, 11(11), 970-976.

Utilization of laparoscopic antireflux surgery at a single Veterans Affairs facility compared with the Veterans Affairs national trend
Safadi, B. Y., Kown, M., & Wren, S. (2003). Utilization of laparoscopic antireflux surgery at a single Veterans Affairs facility compared with the Veterans Affairs national trend. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 186(5), 505-508.

A novel technique to treat ruptured umbilical hernias in patients with liver cirrhosis and severe ascites
Melcher, M. L., Lobato, R. L., & Wren, S. M. (2003). A novel technique to treat ruptured umbilical hernias in patients with liver cirrhosis and severe ascites. JOURNAL OF LAPAROENDOSCOPIC & ADVANCED SURGICAL TECHNIQUES-PART A, 13(5), 331-332.

Positron emission tomography in the initial staging of esophageal cancer
Wren, S. M., Stijns, P., & Srinivas, S. (2002). Positron emission tomography in the initial staging of esophageal cancer. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 137(9), 1001-1006.

Effective management of bleeding during tumor resection with a collagen-based hemostatic agent
Chapman, W. C., Wren, S. M., LEBOVIC, G. S., Malawer, M., Sherman, R., & Block, J. E. (2002). Effective management of bleeding during tumor resection with a collagen-based hemostatic agent. AMERICAN SURGEON, 68(9), 802-807.

Intravascular hemolysis from a Clostridium perfringens liver abscess
Kreidl, K. O., Green, G. R., & Wren, S. M. (2002). Intravascular hemolysis from a Clostridium perfringens liver abscess. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 194(3), 387-387.

Decompressive colonoscopy with intracolonic vancomycin administration for the treatment of severe pseudomembranous colitis
Shetler, K., Nieuwenhuis, R., Wren, S. M., & Triadafilopoulos, G. (2001). Decompressive colonoscopy with intracolonic vancomycin administration for the treatment of severe pseudomembranous colitis. SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY AND OTHER INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES, 15(7), 653-659.

Results of a screening program for prostate cancer in patients scheduled for abdominoperineal resection for colorectal pathologic findings
Terris, M. K., & Wren, S. M. (2001). Results of a screening program for prostate cancer in patients scheduled for abdominoperineal resection for colorectal pathologic findings. UROLOGY, 57(5), 943-945.

A novel collagen-based composite offers effective hemostasis for multiple surgical indications: Results of a randomized controlled trial
Chapman, W. C., Sherman, R., Boyce, S., Malawer, M., Hill, A., & Goldstein, R. (2001). A novel collagen-based composite offers effective hemostasis for multiple surgical indications: Results of a randomized controlled trial. SURGERY, 129(4), 445-450.

External beam radiotherapy for synchronous rectal and prostatic tumors.
Siu, W., Kapp, D. S., Wren, S. M., King, C., & Terris, M. K. (2001). External beam radiotherapy for synchronous rectal and prostatic tumors. Urology, 57(4), 800-?.

Does an infected peripancreatic fluid collection or abscess mandate operation?
Baril, N. B., Ralls, P. W., Wren, S. M., Selby, R. R., Radin, R., & Stain, S. C. (2000). Does an infected peripancreatic fluid collection or abscess mandate operation?. ANNALS OF SURGERY, 231(3), 361-367.

Clinical and pathologic overlap in nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug-related small bowel diaphragm disease and the neuromuscular and vascular hamartoma of the small bowel
Cortina, G., Wren, S., Armstrong, B., Lewin, K., & Fajardo, L. (1999). Clinical and pathologic overlap in nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug-related small bowel diaphragm disease and the neuromuscular and vascular hamartoma of the small bowel. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGICAL PATHOLOGY, 23(11), 1414-1417.

Antiviral cytotoxic activity across a species barrier in mixed xenogeneic chimeras: Functional restriction to host MHC
Colson, Y. L., Tripp, R. A., Doherty, P. C., Wren, S. M., Neipp, M., & Ildstad, S. T. (1998). Antiviral cytotoxic activity across a species barrier in mixed xenogeneic chimeras: Functional restriction to host MHC. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 160(8), 3790-3796.

Is cryosurgical ablation appropriate for treating hepatocellular cancer?
Wren, S. M., Coburn, M. M., Tan, M., Daniels, J. R., Yassa, N., & Stain, S. C. (1997). Is cryosurgical ablation appropriate for treating hepatocellular cancer?. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 132(6), 599-604.

Color flow sonography in evaluating the resectability of periampullary and pancreatic tumors
Ralls, P. W., Wren, S. M., Radin, R., Stain, S. C., Yang, J., & Parekh, D. (1997). Color flow sonography in evaluating the resectability of periampullary and pancreatic tumors. JOURNAL OF ULTRASOUND IN MEDICINE, 16(2), 131-140.

The role of anticoagulation in pylephlebitis
Baril, N., Wren, S., Radin, R., Ralls, P., & Stain, S. (1996). The role of anticoagulation in pylephlebitis. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SURGERY, 172(5), 449-453.

Selective management of hepatic adenomas
Ault, G. T., Wren, S. M., Ralls, P. W., Reynolds, T. B., & Stain, S. C. (1996). Selective management of hepatic adenomas. AMERICAN SURGEON, 62(10), 825-829.

Assessment of resectability of pancreatic head and periampullary tumors by color flow Doppler sonography
Wren, S. M., Ralls, P. W., Stain, S. C., Kasiraman, A., Carpenter, C. L., & Parekh, D. (1996). Assessment of resectability of pancreatic head and periampullary tumors by color flow Doppler sonography. ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 131(8), 812-817.

A NONLETHAL CONDITIONING APPROACH TO ACHIEVE DURABLE MULTILINEAGE MIXED CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE ACROSS MAJOR, MINOR, AND HEMATOPOIETIC HISTOCOMPATIBILITY BARRIERS
Colson, Y. L., Wren, S. M., Schuchert, M. J., Patrene, K. D., Johnson, P. C., & Ildstad, S. T. (1995). A NONLETHAL CONDITIONING APPROACH TO ACHIEVE DURABLE MULTILINEAGE MIXED CHIMERISM AND TOLERANCE ACROSS MAJOR, MINOR, AND HEMATOPOIETIC HISTOCOMPATIBILITY BARRIERS. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 155(9), 4179-4188.

INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL-PERCEPTION BY SURGEONS OBSERVING THE SAME LAPAROSCOPIC ORGANS WITH VARIOUS IMAGING-SYSTEMS
Berci, G., Wren, S. M., Stain, S. C., Peters, J., & PAZPARTLOW, M. (1995). INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL-PERCEPTION BY SURGEONS OBSERVING THE SAME LAPAROSCOPIC ORGANS WITH VARIOUS IMAGING-SYSTEMS. SURGICAL ENDOSCOPY-ULTRASOUND AND INTERVENTIONAL TECHNIQUES, 9(9), 967-973.

PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL BONE-MARROW-DERIVED CELL THAT FACILITATES ENGRAFTMENT OF ALLOGENEIC BONE-MARROW STEM-CELLS
Kaufman, C. L., Colson, Y. L., Wren, S. M., Watkins, S., SIMMONS, R. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1994). PHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL BONE-MARROW-DERIVED CELL THAT FACILITATES ENGRAFTMENT OF ALLOGENEIC BONE-MARROW STEM-CELLS. BLOOD, 84(8), 2436-2446.

EVIDENCE FOR EARLY TH2 T-CELL PREDOMINANCE IN XENOREACTIVITY
Wren, S. M., Wang, S. C., Thai, N. L., Conrad, B., Hoffman, R. A., & Ildstad, S. T. (1993). EVIDENCE FOR EARLY TH2 T-CELL PREDOMINANCE IN XENOREACTIVITY. TRANSPLANTATION, 56(4), 905-911.

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE EFFECTS OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN GRAFT-VS-HOST DISEASE
Hoffman, R. A., Langrehr, J. M., Wren, S. M., Dull, K. E., Ildstad, S. T., & SIMMONS, R. L. (1993). CHARACTERIZATION OF THE IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE EFFECTS OF NITRIC-OXIDE IN GRAFT-VS-HOST DISEASE. JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 151(3), 1508-1518.

CD4+ T-CELLS, BUT NOT CD8+ T-CELLS, MEDIATE THE BREAKING OF TOLERANCE IN MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS (B10+B10.BR-]B10)
Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1993). CD4+ T-CELLS, BUT NOT CD8+ T-CELLS, MEDIATE THE BREAKING OF TOLERANCE IN MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS (B10+B10.BR-]B10). TRANSPLANTATION, 55(6), 1382-1389.

CHARACTERIZATION OF MATURATION AND FUNCTION OF NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS IN XENOGENEIC (RAT -] MOUSE) BONE-MARROW CHIMERAS - EVIDENCE THAT RAT NK CELLS ARE PRESENT AND FUNCTIONAL IN A XENOGENEIC ENVIRONMENT
Vandenbrink, M. Rm., French, S. W., Beck, T. P., HRONAKES, M. L., Wren, S. M., & Ildstad, S. T. (1993). CHARACTERIZATION OF MATURATION AND FUNCTION OF NATURAL-KILLER-CELLS IN XENOGENEIC (RAT -] MOUSE) BONE-MARROW CHIMERAS - EVIDENCE THAT RAT NK CELLS ARE PRESENT AND FUNCTIONAL IN A XENOGENEIC ENVIRONMENT. TRANSPLANTATION, 55(2), 355-361.

XENOREACTIVITY IN MOUSE PLUS RAT-]MOUSE CHIMERAS
CONRAD, B. Gb., Wren, S. M., Thai, N. L., Wang, S. C., Ricordi, C., & Ildstad, S. T. (1993). XENOREACTIVITY IN MOUSE PLUS RAT-]MOUSE CHIMERAS. TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 25(1), 455-456.

SUBLETHAL IRRADIATION - A NONLETHAL METHOD TO ACHIEVE CROSS-SPECIES CHIMERISM (RAT-]MOUSE)
ABOUELEZZ, A. Y., Wren, S. M., Kaufman, C. L., Ricordi, C., Haluszczak, C., & Ildstad, S. T. (1992). SUBLETHAL IRRADIATION - A NONLETHAL METHOD TO ACHIEVE CROSS-SPECIES CHIMERISM (RAT-]MOUSE). TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 24(6), 2866-2867.

PREFERENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF NKR-P1-EXPRESSING CELLS IN THE SPLEEN VERSUS THYMUS AND BONE-MARROW OF FULLY XENOGENEIC (RAT-]MOUSE) CHIMERAS
Kaufman, C. L., Chambers, W. H., Wren, S. M., ABOUELEZZ, A. Y., & Ildstad, S. T. (1992). PREFERENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF NKR-P1-EXPRESSING CELLS IN THE SPLEEN VERSUS THYMUS AND BONE-MARROW OF FULLY XENOGENEIC (RAT-]MOUSE) CHIMERAS. TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 24(6), 2887-2888.

THE REQUIREMENT FOR ALLOGENEIC CHIMERISM FOR 2ND TRANSFER OF TOLERANCE FROM MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS (A + B -] A) TO SECONDARY RECIPIENTS
Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1992). THE REQUIREMENT FOR ALLOGENEIC CHIMERISM FOR 2ND TRANSFER OF TOLERANCE FROM MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS (A + B -] A) TO SECONDARY RECIPIENTS. TRANSPLANTATION, 54(6), 1031-1040.

EVIDENCE THAT INDEFINITE SURVIVAL OF SMALL-BOWEL ALLOGRAFTS ACHIEVED BY A BRIEF COURSE OF CYCLOSPORINE OR FK506 IS NOT DUE TO SYSTEMIC HYPORESPONSIVENESS
Langrehr, J. M., Hoffman, R. A., Demetris, A. J., Lee, K. Kw., Neuhaus, P., & Schraut, W. H. (1992). EVIDENCE THAT INDEFINITE SURVIVAL OF SMALL-BOWEL ALLOGRAFTS ACHIEVED BY A BRIEF COURSE OF CYCLOSPORINE OR FK506 IS NOT DUE TO SYSTEMIC HYPORESPONSIVENESS. TRANSPLANTATION, 54(3), 505-510.

LONG-TERM SURVIVAL OF DONOR-SPECIFIC PANCREATIC-ISLET XENOGRAFTS IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS
Zeng, Y., Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Rilo, H. Lr., BEREITER, D. R., & Ricordi, C. (1992). LONG-TERM SURVIVAL OF DONOR-SPECIFIC PANCREATIC-ISLET XENOGRAFTS IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS. TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 24(3), 985-985.

T-CELL MITOGENIC RESPONSES IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (WF RAT--]-B10 MOUSE) ARE RESTORED BY BLOCKING THE L-ARGININE-DEPENDENT NITRIC-OXIDE PATHWAY
Wren, S. M., Hoffman, R. A., Billiar, T. R., ABOUELEZZ, A., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1992). T-CELL MITOGENIC RESPONSES IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (WF RAT--]-B10 MOUSE) ARE RESTORED BY BLOCKING THE L-ARGININE-DEPENDENT NITRIC-OXIDE PATHWAY. TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 24(2), 499-500.

EVIDENCE FOR THYMIC MATURATION OF BOTH RAT AND MOUSE T-CELLS IN MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (B10 MOUSE + F344 RAT--]-B10 MOUSE)
ABOUELEZZ, A. Y., Schuchert, M. J., Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., Beck, T. P., & Ildstad, S. T. (1992). EVIDENCE FOR THYMIC MATURATION OF BOTH RAT AND MOUSE T-CELLS IN MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (B10 MOUSE + F344 RAT--]-B10 MOUSE). TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 24(2), 501-502.

MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (RAT PLUS MOUSE TO MOUSE) - EVIDENCE OF RAT STEM-CELL ENGRAFTMENT, STRAIN-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE, AND SKIN-SPECIFIC ANTIGENS
Ildstad, S. T., Boggs, S. S., Vecchini, F., Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., & Vandenbrink, M. Rm. (1992). MIXED XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (RAT PLUS MOUSE TO MOUSE) - EVIDENCE OF RAT STEM-CELL ENGRAFTMENT, STRAIN-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE, AND SKIN-SPECIFIC ANTIGENS. TRANSPLANTATION, 53(4), 815-822.

CROSS-SPECIES TRANSPLANTATION - NK CELL NUMBER AND FUNCTION ARE NORMAL IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (RAT-]MOUSE)
French, S. N., Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1992). CROSS-SPECIES TRANSPLANTATION - NK CELL NUMBER AND FUNCTION ARE NORMAL IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (RAT-]MOUSE). JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY, 27(3), 307-311.

CROSS-SPECIES TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE - RAT BONE-MARROW DERIVED CELLS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE LIGAND FOR NEGATIVE SELECTION OF MOUSE T-CELL RECEPTOR-V-BETA IN CHIMERAS TOLERANT TO XENOGENEIC ANTIGENS (MOUSE + RAT -] MOUSE)
Ildstad, S. T., Vacchio, M. S., Markus, P. M., HRONAKES, M. L., Wren, S. M., & Hodes, R. J. (1992). CROSS-SPECIES TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE - RAT BONE-MARROW DERIVED CELLS CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE LIGAND FOR NEGATIVE SELECTION OF MOUSE T-CELL RECEPTOR-V-BETA IN CHIMERAS TOLERANT TO XENOGENEIC ANTIGENS (MOUSE + RAT -] MOUSE). JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE, 175(1), 147-155.

CROSS-SPECIES BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION - EVIDENCE FOR RECOGNITION OF SKIN-SPECIFIC ANTIGENS ACROSS A SPECIES BARRIER (RAT-]MOUSE)
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., & HRONAKES, M. L. (1991). CROSS-SPECIES BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION - EVIDENCE FOR RECOGNITION OF SKIN-SPECIFIC ANTIGENS ACROSS A SPECIES BARRIER (RAT-]MOUSE). JOURNAL OF SURGICAL RESEARCH, 51(5), 372-376.

KINETICS OF EARLY T-CELL REPOPULATION IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (F344 RAT-]B10 MOUSE) - EVIDENCE FOR RAT T-CELL MATURATION IN A XENOGENEIC MOUSE THYMUS
Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1991). KINETICS OF EARLY T-CELL REPOPULATION IN FULLY XENOGENEIC CHIMERAS (F344 RAT-]B10 MOUSE) - EVIDENCE FOR RAT T-CELL MATURATION IN A XENOGENEIC MOUSE THYMUS. SURGERY, 110(2), 238-246.

CROSS-SPECIES BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION - EVIDENCE FOR TOLERANCE INDUCTION, STEM-CELL ENGRAFTMENT, AND MATURATION OF LYMPHOCYTES-T IN A XENOGENEIC STROMAL ENVIRONMENT (RAT-]MOUSE)
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Boggs, S. S., HRONAKES, M. L., Vecchini, F., & Vandenbrink, M. Rm. (1991). CROSS-SPECIES BONE-MARROW TRANSPLANTATION - EVIDENCE FOR TOLERANCE INDUCTION, STEM-CELL ENGRAFTMENT, AND MATURATION OF LYMPHOCYTES-T IN A XENOGENEIC STROMAL ENVIRONMENT (RAT-]MOUSE). JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE, 174(2), 467-478.

MIXED ALLOGENEIC RECONSTITUTION (A+B-]A) TO INDUCE DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE - PERMANENT ACCEPTANCE OF A SIMULTANEOUS DONOR SKIN-GRAFT
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Oh, E., & HRONAKES, M. L. (1991). MIXED ALLOGENEIC RECONSTITUTION (A+B-]A) TO INDUCE DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE - PERMANENT ACCEPTANCE OF A SIMULTANEOUS DONOR SKIN-GRAFT. TRANSPLANTATION, 51(6), 1262-1267.

MIXED CHIMERISM TO INDUCE TOLERANCE FOR SOLID ORGAN-TRANSPLANTATION
Wren, S. M., Nalesnik, M., HRONAKES, M. L., Oh, E., & Ildstad, S. T. (1991). MIXED CHIMERISM TO INDUCE TOLERANCE FOR SOLID ORGAN-TRANSPLANTATION. JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY, 26(4), 439-443.

SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER OF DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE BY ADOPTIVE TRANSFER OF FULLY ALLOGENEIC CHIMERIC BONE-MARROW
Wren, S. M., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1991). SUCCESSFUL TRANSFER OF DONOR-SPECIFIC TRANSPLANTATION TOLERANCE BY ADOPTIVE TRANSFER OF FULLY ALLOGENEIC CHIMERIC BONE-MARROW. TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 23(1), 735-736.

CROSS-SPECIES MIXED CHIMERISM (MOUSE + RAT -] MOUSE) - FACILITATED ENGRAFTMENT OF RAT STEM-CELLS WITH UNTREATED RAT BONE-MARROW
Vandenbrink, M. Rm., Wren, S. M., French, S. W., HRONAKES, M. L., & Ildstad, S. T. (1991). CROSS-SPECIES MIXED CHIMERISM (MOUSE + RAT -] MOUSE) - FACILITATED ENGRAFTMENT OF RAT STEM-CELLS WITH UNTREATED RAT BONE-MARROW. TRANSPLANTATION PROCEEDINGS, 23(1), 807-808.

EFFECT OF SELECTIVE T-CELL DEPLETIONS IN MIXED XENOGENEIC RECONSTITUTION ON SPECIFIC HYPOREACTIVITY TO TRANSPLANTATION ACROSS A SPECIES BARRIER
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Stephany, D., & Sachs, D. H. (1986). EFFECT OF SELECTIVE T-CELL DEPLETIONS IN MIXED XENOGENEIC RECONSTITUTION ON SPECIFIC HYPOREACTIVITY TO TRANSPLANTATION ACROSS A SPECIES BARRIER. TRANSPLANTATION, 41(3), 372-376.

EFFECT OF SELECTIVE T-CELL DEPLETION OF HOST AND OR DONOR BONE-MARROW ON LYMPHOPOIETIC REPOPULATION, TOLERANCE, AND GRAFT-VS-HOST DISEASE IN MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS (B-10 + B10.D2-]B10)
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Bluestone, J. A., BARBIERI, S. A., Stephany, D., & Sachs, D. H. (1986). EFFECT OF SELECTIVE T-CELL DEPLETION OF HOST AND OR DONOR BONE-MARROW ON LYMPHOPOIETIC REPOPULATION, TOLERANCE, AND GRAFT-VS-HOST DISEASE IN MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS (B-10 + B10.D2-]B10). JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, 136(1), 28-33.

CHARACTERIZATION OF MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS - IMMUNOCOMPETENCE, INVITRO REACTIVITY, AND GENETIC SPECIFICITY OF TOLERANCE
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Bluestone, J. A., BARBIERI, S. A., & Sachs, D. H. (1985). CHARACTERIZATION OF MIXED ALLOGENEIC CHIMERAS - IMMUNOCOMPETENCE, INVITRO REACTIVITY, AND GENETIC SPECIFICITY OF TOLERANCE. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE, 162(1), 231-244.

INVIVO AND INVITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF SPECIFIC HYPOREACTIVITY TO SKIN XENOGRAFTS IN MIXED XENOGENEICALLY RECONSTITUTED MICE (B10+F344RAT-]B10)
Ildstad, S. T., Wren, S. M., Sharrow, S. O., Stephany, D., & Sachs, D. H. (1984). INVIVO AND INVITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF SPECIFIC HYPOREACTIVITY TO SKIN XENOGRAFTS IN MIXED XENOGENEICALLY RECONSTITUTED MICE (B10+F344RAT-]B10). JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE, 160(6), 1820-1835.

INHIBITION OF THE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST RESPONSE BY BCGCW-INDUCED SUPPRESSOR CELLS OR PROSTAGLANDIN-E1
Wren, S. M., Wepsic, H. T., Larson, C. H., DESILVA, M. A., & Mizushima, Y. (1983). INHIBITION OF THE GRAFT-VERSUS-HOST RESPONSE BY BCGCW-INDUCED SUPPRESSOR CELLS OR PROSTAGLANDIN-E1. CELLULAR IMMUNOLOGY, 76(2), 361-371.