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S. Michael Phillips, MD

S. Michael Phillips, MD

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Professor of Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Allergy and Immunology
5 Mutch Building
51 N. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 898-6647
Fax: (215) 615-5055
Education:
B.S. (?)
University of Wisconsin, 1962.
M.D. (?)
University of Wisconsin, 1966.
(Intern, Resident, Research Fellow)
University of Pennsylvania, 1969.
(Research Fellow, Instructor)
Harvard Medical School, 1972.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Following a long career in the study of immune mediated diseases, my daughter, after graduating from Penn Medical School said to me "Dad, you have always liked people better than mice and test-tubes. Have you ever thought about a career in clinical medicine"? So I rethought my priorities and redirected my professional priorities. Now, my goal is to understand the complex relationships between theoretical and clinical allergy and immunology. This will allow me to work with my patients to promote mutual cooperation for the management of their allergies, asthma, immune deficiencies, and autoimmune reactions.

Selected Publications

Rumbley, C.A., Sugaya, H., Zekavat, S.A., and Phillips, S.M.: Elimination of Granuloma but not Splenic Lymphocytes by Fas-Fas Ligand Mediated Apoptosis in S. Mansoni Infected Mice Journ Am. Soc. Trop Med & Hygiene 65(5): 442-449, 2001.

Rumbley, C.A., Sugaya, H., Zekavat, S.A., and Phillips, S.M.: Elimination of Granuloma but not Splenic Lymphocytes by Fas-Fas Ligand Mediated Apoptosis in S. Mansoni Infected Mice Am. Journ. Trop. Med Hyg., 65: 442, 2001.

Rumbley, C.A., Silver, S.J., and Phillips, S.M.: Dependence of Obstructive Airway Disease on CD40L igand Transplantation 72(10): 1616-1625, 2001.

Perrin, P.J., Rumbley, C.A., Beswick, R.L., Lavi, E. and Phillips, S.M. : Differential Cytokine and Chemokine Production Characterizes Experimental Autoimmune Meningitis and Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis. Clinical Immunology 94: 114-124, 2000.

Perrin, P.J., C.A. Rumbley, R.L. Beswick, E. Lavi, and S.M. Phillips: Differential cytokine and chemokine production characterizes experimental autoimmune meningitis and experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis Clin. Immunol. 94: 114, 2000.

Mobdy, H.H., Manaa, W.M., Nassar, M., Phillips, S.M., and El-Sheikh, N.: Vaccination induced changes in adhesion molecules in murine schistosomiasis E. J. Immunol. 6: 203, 1999.

Rumbley, C.A., Sugaya, H., Zekavat, S.A., El Refaei, M., Hilliard, B., Perrin, P.J. and Phillips, S.M.: Activated Eosinophils are the Major Source of Th-2 Associated Cytokines in the Schistosome Granuloma. J. Immunol. 162: 1003-1009, 1999.

Perrin, P.J., Lavi, E., Rumbley, C.A., Zekavat, S.A., and Phillips, S.M.: Experimental Autoimmune Meningitis: A Novel Neurological Disease in CD28 Deficient Mice. Clinical Immunology 91(1): 41-49, 1999.

Rumbley, C.A. and Phillips, S.M.: The Schistosome Granuloma: an immunoregulatory organelle. Microbes and Infection 1: 499-504, 1999.

Perrin, P.J., A.E. Lovett-Racke, S.M. Phillips, and M.K. Racke : Differential requirements of naive and memory T cells for CD28 costimulation in autoimmune pathogenesis. Histol. Histopathol. 14: 1269-1276, 1999.

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