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Kristin Hudock

Instructor A of Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
3600 Spruce Street, 8 Gates - Pulmonary, Allergy & Critical Care Division
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
B.A. (Biochemistry)
Mount Holyoke College, 1997.
M.D.
Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2003.
Post-Graduate Training
Internal Medicine, Georgetown University Medical Center, 2003-2006.
Pulmonary & Critical Care, University of Pennsylvania , 2007-2010.
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Selected Publications

Hudock KM, Liu Y, Worthen GS: Interleukin-1 receptor antagonist knockout mice have an increases acute inflammatory response in the lung after LPS exposure. American Thoracic Society May 2011.

Koo C W, Gupta N, Baliff J P, Hudock K, Haas A R: A tale of two sisters: biomass fuel exposure-related lung disease. Clinical radiology 66(2): 190-3, Feb 2011.

Mei J, Liu Y, Dai N, Hudock KM, and Suttentag SH: CXCR2 and CXCL5 Regulate IL-17/G-CSF axis and Neutrophil Hemostasis. Submitted 2011.

Sun HO, Menkiti M, and Favra M, Hudock KM, Dai N, Liu Y and Worthen GS: IL-17 stimulates granulopoiesis via induction of IL-6, a G-CSF independent pathway. Under Review 2011.

Hudock KM, Liu Y, and Worthen GS: IL--1 receptor 1 knockout mice have a decreased early inflammatory response to acute LPS inhalation. American Thoracic Society May 2010.

Hudock KM, Hafeez A, and Kaltenbach JC.: Cell localization of lectin binding in Microciona prolifera sponge. Biol Bull 193: 241-242, 1997.

Kaltenbach JC, Hudock KM, Burger MM, Miseciv G, and Kuhns WJ. : Masking effects of sulfate upon Microciona prolifera sponge cell carbohydrates: A lectin histochemical study. Biol Bull 191: 296-297, 1996.

Hudock KM, and Kaltenbach JC: Lectin binding in the Microciona prolifea Sponge. General Scientific Meeting: Society for Intergrative and Comparative Biology December 1995.

Kaltenhach JC, Neubert S, Hudock KM: Histotechnological features and lectin binding patterns of skin of frogs from aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Amer Zoo 35: 7A, 1995.

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