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  1. 1. STEVEN J. CZINN, M.D. Professor, Tenured Department of Pediatrics University of Maryland School of Medicine DATE: May 25, 2007 PERSONAL INFORMATION: 22 S. Greene Street – N5E17 Baltimore, Maryland, 21201 410-328-6777 sczinn@peds.umaryland.edu EDUCATION: 1979 M.D. Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Cleveland, Ohio 1975 B.S. (Magna Cum Laude) Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio POST GRADUATE EDUCATION & TRAINING: 1982-1985 Fellowship Pediatric Gastroenterology Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1980-1982 Residency Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio
  2. 2. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 2 1979-1980 Internship Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio BOARD CERTIFICATIONS: 1980 Diplomate National Board of Medical Examiners 1985 Diplomate American Board of Pediatrics 1990; 1997 Pediatric Gastroenterology MEDICAL LICENSURE: 2005/Current D64067 Maryland 1982 Ohio EMPLOYMENT HISTORY March 2006 -Present University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Pediatircs 1985 – March 2006 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Departments of Pediatrics & Pathology Cleveland, Ohio FACULTY APPOINTMENTS: March 2006 – Present Professor with tenure University of Maryland School of Medicine Chair, Department of Pediatrics 1999-present Professor, with tenure Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Departments of Pediatrics & Pathology Cleveland, Ohio 1993-1999 Awarded tenure as Associate Professor Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio
  3. 3. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 3 1991-1993 Associate Professor Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1985-1991 Assistant Professor Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1984-1985 Instructor Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio CLINICAL/ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS: March 2006 – Present Clinical Chief Department of Pediatrics University of Maryland Medical System Baltimore, Maryland 1998- March 2006 Chief, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1998-2000 Co-Director, Undergraduate Summer Research Program Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1997-2000 Pediatric Faculty Coordinator UH/VAMC third year Primary Care Track Program Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1992-1999 Director, Pediatric Core Clerkship Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1991-1999 Associate Pediatrician Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
  4. 4. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 4 Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1986-1990 Director, Special Procedures Laboratory Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1986-1987 Acting Chief Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio 1985-1991 Assistant Pediatrician Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Department of Pediatrics Cleveland, Ohio PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS: Society for Pediatric Research American Gastroenterological Association North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology Society of Mucosal Immunology Midwest Gut Club American Academy of Pediatrics (fellow) Northern Ohio Pediatric Society American Society of Microbiology American College of Gastroenterology (fellow) ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE: Department/Hospital Committees-University of Maryland Medical Center School of Medicine/University of Maryland Hospital for Children 2007- Leadership Research Planning, Subcommittee 2007- Mount Washington Pediatrics Hospital Transition Team, Chairman 2007- Program in Genetics and Genomic Medicine Executive Committee 2007- UMMC Strategic Planning Steering Committee 2006- Clinical Affairs Advisory Committee 2006 Search Committee, Department of Medicine 2006- School of Medicine Council Executive Committee 2006- UMMC Medical Executive Committee 2006- University Physicians Incorporated Board of Trustees 2006 LCME Self-Study Task Force Department/Hospital Committees- Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine/Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital
  5. 5. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 5 2000-2006 Promotions and Tenure Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1998-2006 Academic Planning Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1997-2006 Primary Care Track Program: UH representative in Pediatrics 1992-2006 Education Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1992-1994 Contracting Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1990-1991 Infant Formula Direct Advertising Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1990-2006 Research Committee, Department of Pediatrics 1989-1991 Intensive Care Unit/Subspecialty Task Force, Department of Pediatrics 1988-1993 Pediatric Gastroenterology Quality Assurance Program 1988-1992 University Hospitals Gastrointestinal Drug Specialty Panel 1986-1987 Rainbow Ambulatory/Subspecialty Utilization Committee 1985-1986 Intern Selection Committee, Department of Pediatrics National/International Service: Committee Appointments: 2004-present Chairman North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition Research Committee 2004-present Children’s Digestive Health Foundation Scientific Advisory Board 1998-present Member European Helicobacter Pylori Study Group Pediatric Task Force 1998, 2004 Member Canadian Helicobacter Pylori Study Group Pediatric Consensus Group 1998-2002 Member Center for Disease Control Helicobacter pylori Pediatric Surveillance Laboratory 1998-present Member North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition Helicobacter Pylori Working Group 2002-2005 Children’s Digestive Health Foundation Chairman: Pediatric GERD Newsletter Committee 1997-1999 Chairman American Gastroenterology Association Abstract review committee for H. pylori pathogenesis 1995-2004 Member American Gastroenterology Association
  6. 6. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 6 Abstract review committee for H. pylori pathogenesis 1991-1995 Member Standardization Committee Helicobacter Pylori Susceptibility Testing 1990-1992 Member North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology Research Committee Grant Reviewer: 1997 Ad hoc Reviewer NIH/Comparative Medicine – Special Study Section 1993-present Ad hoc Reviewer NIH/Bacteriology and Mycology 1 study section 1992-1993 Ad hoc Reviewer National Research Council: Cooperative Research Program 1991 Ad hoc Reviewer National Cancer Institute 1990 NIH Site Visit, “Helicobacter pylori and Gastric Cancer” Tulane University 1990-1992 External Reviewer Thrasher Foundation Editorial Activities: 2003-present Associate Editor: American Journal of Gastroenterology 2004-present Associate Editor: International Seminars in Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 1998 Editor Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology “Gastroduodenal Disease and Helicobacter pylori: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Treatment.” Eds. U. Westblom S. Czinn J. Nedrud. Springer Verlag 1997-present Editorial Board Member Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 1996-present Editorial Board Member Infection & Immunity
  7. 7. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 7 1995-present Editorial Board Member Helicobacter Journal Reviewer: Infection and Immunity Science Journal of Immunology Gastroenterology Journal of Pediatrics Pediatrics Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition European Journal of Clinical Microbiology Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Digestive Diseases and Sciences Pediatric Infectious Disease Helicobacter Journal of Pediatrics GUT Consultant Activities: OraVax Astra/Merck Glaxo Tap Pharmaceuticals Procter & Gamble Ulysses Group TEACHING SERVICE: Medical Student Teaching: 1989- March 2006 Attending Physician – Pediatric Gastroenterology (3 months/year) Daily teaching rounds 12 hours/week - 3 students Informal rounds 14 hours/week - 3-4 students/month 1990-2001 Presenter/Organizer Pediatric GI Journal/Research Meeting 1 hour/week – 2-3 students/fellows 1989-2001 Preceptor GI Clinic or Endoscopy Suite 4 hours/week – 1 fellow 1992-1999 Core Clerkship Director, Department of Pediatrics
  8. 8. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 8 Supervision and teaching of medical students in Core Clerkship 10 hours/week - 12 students/month 1997-2000 Primary Care Track – UH Representative in Pediatrics 3rd year Primary Care Track Clerkship Organized the pediatric component of this clerkship Member, Year 4-7 Oversight Committee 1997 Lecturer - Biological Basis of Disease (BBD-1) Lecture on Mucosal Immunology 1 hour / 120 Students 1989-2002 Small Group Leader Biological Basis of Disease (BBD-1) 6 hours / 12 Students Resident/Fellow Teaching: 1989- 2006 Attending Physician – Pediatric Gastroenterology (3 months/year) Daily teaching rounds 12 hours/week – 4 residents Informal rounds 14 hours/week (3-4 residents/month) Graduate Student Teaching: 1997- March 2006 Thesis co-advisor for Chris Garhart Department of Pathology 1993 – 1996 Thesis co-advisor for Marjan Mohammadi Department of Pathology (Currently holds faculty appointment in Iran) Undergraduate Teaching: 1998-2000 Co-Director Department of Pediatrics – Undergraduate Summer Research Program Supervise and meet with students weekly. 100 hours/12 students GRANTS & CONTRACTS: Federal Grants: 12/1/02-11/30/08 Mucosal Immunology of Helicobacter-Induced Gastritis (2nd Renewal) NIH/ NIDDK R01- DK46461 PI: S.J. Czinn (30%) $1,250,000 9/1/00-8/31/06 Program Project on “Pediatric IBD: Key to Early Pathogenic Events” NIH/NIDDK
  9. 9. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 9 P01-DK57756 Overall PI: S. J. Czinn as of January 2005 Project #3 “Bacterial Modulation of Gastrointestinal Inflammation” PI: S.J. Czinn (15%) $ 500,000 9/1/00-8/31/06 Program Project on “Pediatric IBD: Key to Early Pathogenic Events” NIH/NIDDK P01-DK57756 Overall PI: Claudio Fiocchi Core A “Clinical Patient Core” PI: S.J. Czinn (5%) $ 350,000 9/30/98-9/30/03 Program Project on “Mucosal Immunity and Infection” (Renewal) NIH/NIAID P01-AI36359 Overall PI: Michael Lamm Project #2 “Vaccines for Helicobacter Disease” Co-PI: S.J. Czinn (10%) $551,000 9/1/97-8/31/02 “Risk Factors for Gastric Disease in Pediatric H. pylori” NIH/NIDDK R0l DK-53078 PI: B. Gold Co-I: S.J.Czinn (10%) 12/1/97-11/30/02 “Mucosal Immunology of Helicobacter-Induced Gastritis” (1st Renewal) NIH/NIDDK R01 DK46461 PI: S.J. Czinn (15%) $849,125 9/30/95-9/30/98 Program Project on “Mucosal Immunity and Infection” NIH/NIAID P01 AI36359 Overall PI: Michael Lamm Project #2 “Oral Vaccines for Helicobacter Disease” PI: S.J. Czinn (25%) $231,000 12/1/94-11/30/97 “Mucosal Immunology of Helicobacter-Induced Gastritis” NIH/NIDDK R01 DK46461
  10. 10. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 10 PI: S.J. Czinn (25%) $466,327 7/1/88-6/30/94 “Immunology of Campylobacter pylori in Gastric Disease” NIH/NIAID R29 AI 25-818-01 Al PI: S.J. Czinn (35%) $349,994 Clinical Contracts/Industry Grants: 4/1/98-3/31/99 “The Genetic Basis of H. pylori Gastroduodenal Disease” Howard Hughes pilot study PI: S.J. Czinn $40,000 7/1/98-12/31/98 “Pathogenesis of H. pylori” Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. PI: S.J. Czinn $13,000 1/1/93-10/31/98 “H. pylori Vaccine” OraVax, Inc. PI: S.J. Czinn $500,000 9/92-7/93 “Characterization of Experimental Infection by Helicobacter mustelae in Ferrets” The Procter & Gamble Company PI: S.J. Czinn $46,800 9/92-7/93 “Ability of Hyperimmune Bovine Colostrum to Eradicate Helicobacter mustelae Infection” OraVax Inc. PI: S.J. Czinn $35,380 1/1/91-6/1/91 “Antimicrobial Therapy for H. Pylori” The UpJohn Corporation PI: S.J. Czinn $2,000 7/1/89-6/30/90 “Ferret Model of Helicobacter Gastritis” The Procter & Gamble Company PI: S.J. Czinn $22,200 7/1/89-6/30/90 “Treatment of Non-Ulcer Dyspepsia” Merck Sharp & Dohme
  11. 11. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 11 PI: S.J. Czinn $2,000 PATENTS: U.S. Patent # 5,538,729 Steven J. Czinn and John G. Nedrud "Oral Treatment of Helicobacter Infection" Issued July 23, 1996 PUBLICATIONS: Peer Reviewed Articles: 1. Anton AH, Czinn S, Jazwa J, Tam L, Amaranth L: Trimethaphan cansylate (arfonad) and human plasma cholinesterase. Research Communications in Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology 2:375-383, 1979. 2. Czinn SJ, Speck WT, Rosenkranz HS: Abnormalities in the development of the American sea urchin induced by nalidixic acid. Mutation Research 91:119-121, 1981. 3. Speck WT, Czinn SJ, Rosenkranz HS: Possible basis for the dichotomy in the action of DNA gyrase inhibitors on eurokaryotes. Mutation Research 105:223-227, 1982. 4. Czinn SJ, Lamm ME: Selective chemotaxis of subsets of B lymphocytes from gut- associated lymphoid tissue and its implications for the recruitment of mucosal plasma cells. Journal of Immunology 136:3607-3611, 1986. 5. Czinn SJ, Dahms BB, Jacobs CH, Kaplan B, Rothstein FC: Campylobacter-like organisms in association with symptomatic gastritis in children. Journal of Pediatrics 109:80-83, 1986. 6. Czinn SJ, Carr H, Aronoff S: Susceptibility of Campylobacter pyloridis to three macrolide antibiotics (Erythromycin, Roxithromycin (RU28965), and CP 62,993) and Rifampin. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 30:328-329, 1986. 7. Czinn SJ, Carr H: Rapid diagnosis of Campylobacter Pyloridis-associated gastritis. Journal of Pediatrics 110:569-570, 1987. 8. Hupertz VF, Carr HS, Czinn SJ: Susceptibility of Campylobacter pylori to seven new quinolone antibiotics and nalidixic acid. Chemotherapy 34:341-344, 1988. 9. Hupertz V, Czinn S: Demonstration of a cytoxin from Campylobacter pylori. European Journal of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases 7:575-578, 1988. 10. Kilbridge PM, Dahms BB, Czinn SJ: Campylobacter pylori-associated gastritis and peptic ulcer disease in children. American Journal of Diseases of Children 142:1149-1152, 1988. 11. Czinn SJ, Carr H, Sheffler L, Aronoff S: Serum IgG antibody to the outer membrane
  12. 12. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 12 proteins of Campylobacter pylori in children with gastroduodenal disease. Journal of Infectious Diseases 159:586-89, 1989. 12. Czinn SJ, Carr H, Hupertz V: Susceptibility of Campylobacter pylori to the newer cephalosporin antibiotics. Chemotherapy 35:164-167, 1989. 13. Czinn SJ, Speck WT: Campylobacter pylori: a new pathogen. Journal of Pediatrics 114(l):670-672, 1989. 14. Czinn SJ, Carr HS, Speck WT: Effects of topical anesthetic agents on Campylobacter pylori. Pediatric GI & Nutrition 9:46-48, 1989. 15. Morrison S, Hoffenberg E, Dahms BB, Czinn SJ: Hypertrophic gastric folds in association with Campylobacter pylori gastritis. Radiology 171:819-821, 1989. 16. Estrin HM, Hassan MO, Carr HS, Czinn SJ: Antral brushings and biopsies for gastric Campylobacter pylori: a comparative study of a rapid urease test, culture, and histology. Canadian J Gastroenterology 3(3):91-94, 1989. 17. Abramowsky C, Hupertz V, Kilbridge P, Czinn S: Intestinal lymphangiectasia in children: a study of upper gastrointestinal endoscopic biopsies. Pediatric Pathology 9:289-297, 1989. 18. Tosi MF, Czinn SJ: Opsonic activity of specific human IgG against Helicobacter pylori. J Infect Dis 162:156-162, 1990. 19. Czinn SJ, Carr HS, Speck WT: The diagnosis of gastritis caused by Helicobacter pylori in children by means of an ELISA. Reviews of Infectious Diseases 13(Suppl 8):S700-703, 1991. 20. Czinn SJ, Bertram TA, Murray PD, Yang P: Relationship between gastric inflammatory response and symptoms in patients infected with Helicobacter pylori. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 26:(Suppl 181):33-37, 1991. 21. Bertram TA, Murray PD, Jerdak G, Graham D, Yang P, Czinn S: Gastritis associated with infection by Helicobacter pylori in humans: geographical differences. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology 26(Suppl 181):1-8, 1991. 22. Czinn SJ, Nedrud JG: Oral immunization against Helicobacter pylori. Infection and Immunity 59(7):2359-2363, 1991. 23. Westblom TU, Madan E, Gudipati S, Midkiff BR, Czinn SJ: Diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori infection in adult and pediatric patients using Pyloriset, a rapid latex agglutination test. J Clin Microbiol 30:96-98, 1992. 24. Tosi MF, Sorensen RU, Czinn SJ: Cell-mediated immune responsiveness to Helicobacter pylori in healthy seropositive and seronegative adults. Immunol Infect Dis 2:133-136, 1992.
  13. 13. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 13 25. Czinn SJ, Cai A, Nedrud JG: Protection of germ-free mice from infection by Helicobacter felis after active oral or passive immunization. Vaccine 11(6):637-642, 1993. 26. Westblom TU, Phadnis S, Yang P, Czinn SJ: Diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori in gastric juice aspirates using polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Clin Infect Dis 16:367-71, 1993. 27. Westblom TU, Lagging LM, Midkiff BR, Czinn SJ: Evaluation of QuickVue, a rapid enzyme immunoassay test for the detection of serum antibodies to Helicobacter pylori. Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis 16:317-320, 1993. 28. Westblom TU, Midkiff BR, Czinn SJ: In vitro susceptibility of Helicobacter pylori against trospectomycin, pirlimycin (U-57930E), mirincamycin (U-24729A), and N- demethyl clindamycin (U-26767A). Eur J Clin Microbiol Infect Dis 12(7):560-562, 1993. 29. Czinn SJ: Dyspepsia in Children. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 17:237-238, 1993. 30. Czinn SJ, Lee A, Nedrud JG: The role of vaccination in preventing infection with Helicobacter pylori. Mucosal Immunology Update 2(4):6-8, 1994. 31. Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ, Nedrud JG, Redline RW: Helicobacter-associated gastritis in SCID mice. Infect Immun 63(3):1113-1115, 1995. 32. Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ, Maurer R, Thomas WD, Soman G, Nedrud JG: Urease- specific monoclonal antibodies prevent Helicobacter felis infection in mice. Infect Immun 63(4):1394-1399. 1995. 33. Czinn SJ, Cai A, Sellman SPB, Nedrud JG. Oral Immunization Induces Humoral and Cell-Mediated Immunity and Protects Germ-Free Mice Against Infection From Helicobacter Felis. Adv Exp Med Biol 371:1645-1648, 1995. 34. Gold BD, Dytoc M, Huesca M, Philpott D, Kuksis A, Czinn S, Lingwood CA, Sherman PM: Comparison of Helicobacter mustelae and Helicobacter pylori adhesion to eukaryotic cells in vitro. Gastroenterology 109:692-700, 1995. 35. Czinn SJ: Helicobacter pylori gastroduodenal disease in infants and children. Japanese Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 9:1-7, 1995. 36. Sellman S, Blanchard TG, Nedrud JG, Czinn SJ: Vaccine strategies for prevention of Helicobacter pylori infection. Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol 7:S1-S6, 1995. 37. Blanchard TG, Nedrud JG, Czinn SJ: The possible role of vaccines in H. pylori infection. Argomenti di Gastroenterologia Clinica 8:263-272, 1995. 38. Mohammadi M, Redline R, Nedrud J, Czinn S: Role of the host in pathogenesis of Helicobacter-associated gastritis: H. felis infection of inbred mouse strains. Infect & Immun 64:238-245, 1996.
  14. 14. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 14 39. Czinn S, Bierman JC, Diters RW, Leunk RD: Characterization and therapy of experimental infection by Helicobacter mustelae in ferrets. Helicobacter 1:43-51, 1996. 40. Mohammadi M, Czinn S, Redline R, Nedrud J: Characterization of the cell-mediated immune response following Helicobacter immunization and/or infection in mice. J of Immunol 156:4729-4738, 1996. 41. Cuenca R, Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ, Nedrud JG, Monath TP, Lee CK, Redline RW: Therapeutic immunization against Helicobacter mustelae in naturally infected ferrets. Gastroenterology 110:1770-1775, 1996. 42. Gold BD, Islur P, Neumann AW, Policova Z, Czinn S, Sherman PM: Surface Hydrophobicity properties of Helicobacter mustelae and ferret gastrointestinal mucosa. Clin Invest Med 19: 92-100, 1996. 43. Kugathasan S, Czinn SJ: Is repeated exposure to H. pylori necessary for chronic H. pylori infection? (editorial). Helicobacter 2: 155-156, 1997. 44. Mohammadi M, Nedrud J, Redline R, Lycke N, Czinn S. Murine CD4 T-cell response to Helicobacter infection: TH1 cells enhance gastritis and TH2 cells reduce bacterial load. Gastroenterology 113: 1848-1857, 1997. 45. Freston JW, Ahnen DJ, Czinn SJ, Earnest DL, Farthing MJ, Gorbach SL, Hunt RH, Sandler RS, Schuster MM: Review and analysis of the effects of olestra, a dietary fat substitute, on gastrointestinal function and symptoms. Regul Toxicol Pharmacol Oct: 26 (2): 210-218, 1997. 46. Nedrud JG, Czinn SJ, Lee A: Role of the host in Helicobacter Disease. Gastroenterology 112(2):670, 1997. 47. Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ: Immunological determinants that may affect the Helicobacter pylori cancer risk. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 12:83-90, 1998. 48. Blanchard TG, Lycke N, Czinn SJ, Nedrud JG: Recombinant Cholera toxin B subunit is not an effective mucosal adjuvant for oral immunization of mice against H. felis. Immunology 93:22-27, 1998. 49. Kugathasan S, Czinn SJ: Endoscopy personnel and the transmission of Helicobacter pylori infection (Editorial). Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 48:317-318, 1998. 50. Klein PD, Malaty HM, Czinn SJ, Emmons SC, Martin RF, Graham DY. Normalizing results of 13C-urea breath testing for CO2 production rates in children. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 29(3):297-301, 1999. 51. Nedrud JG, Czinn, SJ. Host, heredity and helicobacter. Gut 45(3):323-4, 1999. 52. Czinn SJ, Nedrud JG, Working towards a Helicobacter pylori vaccine. Gastroenterology 116(4): 990-3, 1999.
  15. 15. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 15 53. Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ, Nedrud JG. Host response and vaccine development to Helicobacter pylori infection. Curr Top Microbiol Immunol 241:181-213, 1999. 54. Blanchard TG, Nedrud JG, Reardon ES., Czinn SJ. Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the local and systemic antibody response in mice and humans with Helicobacter immunity infection. J Infect Dis 179(3):725-8, 1999. 55. Czinn SJ. Serodiagnosis of Helicobacter pylori in pediatric patients. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 28(2):132-4, 1999. 56. Blanchard TC, Czinn SJ, Redline RW, Sigmund N, Harriman G, Nedrud JG. Antibody- independent protective mucosal immunity to gastric Helicobacter infection in mice. Cell Immunol 191(1):74-80, 1999. 57. Blanchard, T, Nedrud, J, Czinn, S. Local and systemic antibody responses in humans with Helicobacter pylori infection. Can J of Gastroenterol 13 (7):591-594, 1999. 58. Gold BD, Colletti RB, Abbott M, Czinn SJ, Elitsur Y, Hassall E, Maccarthur C, Snyder J, Sherman PM, Helicobacter pylori infection in children: recommendations for diagnosis and treatment. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutri 31(5):490-7, 2000. 59. Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ. Immunology of Helicobacter pylori and prospects for vaccine. Gastroenterol Clin North Am 29(3):671-85, 2000. 60. Chelimsky G, Czinn SJ. Helicobacter pylori infection in children: Update. Curr Opinion Pediatri 12(5):460-2, 2000. 61. Kersulyte D, Mukhopadhyay AK, Velapatino B, Su WW, Pan ZJ, Garcia C, Hernandez V, Valdez Y, Mistry RS, Gilman RH, Yuan Y, Gao H, Alarcon T, Lopez-Brea M, Nair GB, Chowdhury A, Datta S, Shirai M, Nakazawa T, Ally R, Segal I, Wong BCY, Lam SK, Olfat FO, Boren T, Engstrand L, Torres O, Schneider R, Thomas JE, Czinn S, Berg DE: Differences in genotypes of Helicobacter pylori from different human populations. Journal of Bacteriology 182 (11): 3210-3218, 2000. 62. Gold BD, Van Doorn LJ, Guarner J, Owens M, Pierce-Smith D, Song Q, Hutwagner L, Sherman PM, De Mola, OL, Czinn SJ. Genotypic, Clinical and demographic characteristics of children infected with Helicobacter pylor. J. Clin Microbiol 39(4):1348-52, 2001. 63. Gottwein J, Blanchard TG, Targoni OA, Eisenberg JGC, Trezza R, Redline RV, Nedrud JG, Lehmann PV, Czinn SJ: Type 2 Protective Anti-Helicobacter Immunity is Induced with Aluminum Hydroxide or Complete Freund’s Adjuvant by Systemic Immunization. J. Infect Dis 184:308-14, 2001. 64. McGovern KJ, Blanchard TG, Gutierrez JA, Czinn SJ, Krakowka S, Youngman P. Gamma Glutamytransferase is a Helicobacter pylori virulence factor but is not essential for colonization. Infect Immun 69:4168-73, 2001. 65. Blanchard TG, Czinn SJ. Helicobacter pylori acquisition and transmission: Where does
  16. 16. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 16 it all begin? Gastroenterology 121:483-5, 2001. 66. Chelimsky G, Czinn SJ. Peptic Ulcer Disease in Children. Pediatr Rev 22:349-55, 2001. 67. Chelimsky G, Czinn SJ. Techniques for the Evaluation of Dyspepsia in Children. J Clin Gastroenterol 33:11-3, 2001. 68. Garhart, A., Redline, R., Nedrud, J., Czinn, S. Clearance of Helicobacter pylori Infection and Resolution of Postimmunization Gastritis in a Kinetic Study of Prophylactically Immunized Mice. Infect. & Immunity 70:3529-3538, 2002. 69. Nedrud, J., Blanchard S., Czinn, S., Helicobacter pylori inflammation and immunity. Helicobacter 7:24-29, 2002. 70. Czinn S, Gold B, Dickinson C, Ramakrishna J, Orenstein S. Research agenda for pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition: acid-peptic diseases. Report of the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition for the Children’s Digestive Health and Nutrition Foundation. J. Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutri 35 Suppl 3:S250-3, 2002. 71. Sherman P, Czinn S, Drumm B, Gottrand F, Kawakami E, Madrazo A, Oderda G, Seo J, Sullivan P, Toyoda S, Weaver L, WU T, Helicobacter pylori infection in children and adolescents: working group report of the first world congress of pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition. J. Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 35 Suppl 2:S128-133, 2002. 72. Chelimsky G, Blanchard, S, Sivit C, Davis I, Czinn S. Pneumatosis Intestinalis and Diarrhea in a child following renal transplantation. Pediatr Transplant 7(3):236-9, 2003. 73. Guarner J, Bartlett J, Whistler T, Pierce-Smith D, Owens M, Kreh R, Czinn S, Gold B. Can pre-neoplastic lesions be detected in gastric biopsies of children with Helicobacter pylori Infection? J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr 37(3):309-14, 2003. 74. Orenstein S, Shalaby T, Devandry S, Liacouras C, Czinn S, Dice J, Simon T, Ahrens S, Stauffer L. Famotidine for infant gastro-esophageal reflux: a mutli-centre, randomized, placebo-controlled, withdrawal trail. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 17(9):1097-107, 2003. 75. Aronow S, Aronow H, Blanchard T, Czinn S.J., Chelimsky G, Hair relaxers a benign caustic ingestion? J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutri 36(1):120-5, 2003. 76. Garhart C.A,. Heinzel F.P., Czinn S.J., Nedrud J.G.. Vaccine-induced reduction of Helicobacter pylori colonization in mice is interleukin-12 dependent but gamma interferon and inducible nitric oxide synthase independent. Infect Immun. 71:910-21, 2003. 77. Garhart C.A., Nedrud J.G., Heinzel F.P., Sigmund N.E., Czinn S.J.. Vaccine-induced protection against Helicobacter pylori in mice lacking both antibodies and interleukin-4. Infect Immun. 71:3628-33, 2003.
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  21. 21. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 21 10. Hupertz VF, Czinn SJ: Demonstration in an animal model of a heat labile toxin produced by Campylobacter pyloridis. Society for Pediatric Research, 1987. 11. Czinn SJ, Hupertz VF, Carr H, Labrozzi P, Aronoff SC: Immunogenicity of Campylobacter pyloridis (CP) outer membrane proteins. Society for Pediatric Research, 1987. 12. Hupertz VF, Czinn SJ, Gregory D, Kliegman RM: Clinically significant esophagitis in tube fed high-risk neonates: A previously unrecognized problem. Society for Pediatric Research, 1987. 13. Carr H, Estrin H, Hupertz VF, Czinn SJ: Inhibitory effects of topical anesthetic agents on Campylobacter pyloridis culture results. American Gastroenterological Association, 1987. 14. Estrin H, Hassan M, Czinn SJ: Antral brushings and biopsies for gastric Campylobacter pyloridis: a comparative study of a rapid urease test, culture, and histology. American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 1987. 15. Elmets CA, Lederman MM, Czinn S: In vivo production of a T-lymphocyte cytokine in the skin at sites of contact dermatitis. The Society for Investigative Dermatology, 1987. 16. Abramowsky C, Hupertz V, Czinn S, Kilbridge P: Intestinal lymphangiectasia (IL). Society for Pediatric Pathology, 1987. 17. Kilbridge P, Dahms B, Czinn S: Campylobacter pylori in children with nonspecific gastritis. International Academy of Pathology, 1988. 18. Czinn SJ, Kilbridge P, Dahms B: The natural history of Campylobacter pylori (CP) in children. The American Pediatric Society, The Society for Pediatric Research, 1988. 19. Czinn SJ, Carr HS: The diagnosis of Campylobacter pylori (CP) gastritis using an enzyme linked immunoassay (ELISA). The American Pediatric Society, The Society for Pediatric Research, 1988. 20. Czinn S, Carr H, Aronoff S: Immunogenicity of Campylobacter pylori (CP) outer membrane proteins. American Gastroenterological Association, 1987. 21. Tosi M, Czinn SJ: Role of specific antibody and complement in promoting phagocytosis of Campylobacter pylori. Poster Presentation, The Inter-science Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 1988. 22. Czinn SJ, Carr H, Yang P: Antibody response to Campylobacter pylori (C. pylori) - a comparison of the systemic and mucosal immune system. The American Gastroenterological Association, 1989. 23. Yang P, Dahms B, Carr H, Czinn S: Naturally occurring ferret Campylobacter (CLO)- associated gastric disease: Characterization and response to non-steroidal anti- inflammatory agents. The American Gastroenterological Association, 1989.
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  25. 25. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 25 Gastroenterology 116 (4): G3023 Part 2 APR 1999. 62. Orenstein SR, Blumer JL, Li BUK, Lavine JE, Grunow JE, Treem WE, Czinn SJ, et al.: Pediatric gastric pH data following ranitidine 75mg. Gastroenterology 116 (4): G1195 Part 2 APR 1999. 63. Gold BD, Owens ML, van Doorn LJ, Pierce-Smith DL, Grecmer J, Friedman CR, Sherman PM, deMola, DL, Muinos W, Czinn SJ.: Correlation of Helicobacter pylori genotype with clinical and demographic characteristics of infected children. Gastroenterology 116 (4): G0756 Part 2 APR 1999. 64. Blanchard TG, McGovern KJ, Youngman P, Guiterrez J, Czinn SJ.: Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase is not essential for infection of the gastric mucosa by H-pylori. Gastroenterology 116 (4): G0619 Part 2 APR 1999. 65. Nedrud JG, Blanchard TG, Gottwein JM, Targoni OS, Eisenberg JC, Zagorski BM, Trezza RP, Redline RV, Tary-Lehmann, M, Lehman PV, Czinn SJ.: Systemic vaccination with aluminum hydroxide induces protective immunity against Helicobacter pylori infection in mice. Gut 45: A57-A57 Suppl. 3 SEP 1999. 66. Blanchard TG, McGovern KJ, Youngman P, Guiterrez J, Czinn SJ: Is gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase essential for infection of the gastric mucosa by H-pylori? Gut 45: A26- A26 Suppl. 3 SEP 1999. 67. Friedman CR, Gold BD, Zirnstein G, Smoot Dt, Cutler A, Perez-Perez GI, Goldschmid S, Metz DC, Parsonnet J, Czinn SJ, Dunne D, Ernst P: H-pylori antimicrobial resistance in the United States: Preliminary results of a 9-center study. Gastroenterology 118 (4): 3829 Part 1 Suppl. 2 APR 2000. 68. Eisenberg JC, Czinn SJ, Garhart C, et al.: Immunization of neonatal mice induces protective immunity against Helicobacter pylori. Gastroenterology 118 (4): 2653 Part 1 Suppl. 2 APR 2000. 69. Gold BD, Bulens S, Guarner J, Van Doorn LJ, Dahms B, Owens ML, Pierce-Smith DL, Czinn SJ.: Helicobacter pylori and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD): There is a relationship - The pediatric perspective. Gastroenterology 118 (4): 2610 Part 1 Suppl. 2 APR 2000. 70. Gunasekaran T, Pan WJ, Torres-Pinedo R, Book L, Gremse D, Steffen R, Czinn S, Chin YL, Pilmer BL, Fitzgerald J: Pharmacokinetics of lansoprazole in adolescent patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Gastroenterology 118 (4): 5683 Part 2 Suppl. 2 APR 2000. 71. Garhart CA, Heinzel FP, Nedrud JG, Czinn SJ: Interferon-gamma and NOS-2 are not required for reduction of bacterial load in immunized mice challenged with Helicobacter pylori SS1. Gastroenterology 120 (5): 3527 Suppl. 1 APR 2001. 72. Orenstein SR, Shalaby TM, Kosmack SN, Liacouras C, Czinn SJ, Simm TJ, Ahrens SP, Jiang K: Famotidine for infantile gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) part I: A
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  27. 27. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 27 MAJOR INVITED SPEECHES: 1. 2nd International Consensus Conference on Helicobacter Pylori Title: What is the role for Vaccinations in Helicobacter Pylori. February, 1997; Bethesda, Maryland. 2. 4th Round Table Meeting on Helicobacter pylori Title: Immunological Determinants that may affect the H. pylori Cancer Risk February, 1997; Miami, Florida. 3. Developments in Helicobacter Research: From the Basic Laboratory to the Patient Pediatric Issues in H. pylori Infection (State of the Art Lecture) Moderator: Novel Drugs/Vaccines and Workshop February, 1997; St. Petersburg, Florida. 4. Cleveland Clinic GI Research Conference Title: Helicobacter Pylori Infection and Inflammation March 18, 1997 5. City Wide GI Conference Title: The Role of H. pylori in the Pathogenesis of Peptic Ulcer Disease April 14, 1997; Boston, Mass. 6. European Helicobacter Study Group Title: Immunopathogenesis of Helicobactor Pylori September, 1997; Lisbon, Portugal. 7. GI Case Study Program for the Department of Family Practice Topic: Case studies in the Management of Gastrointestinal Disease September, 1997; Cleveland, Ohio. 8. Interscience Conference on Antimicrobal Agents and Chemotherapy Symposia: Diagnosis and Therapy of Helicobacter Pylori Infection September, 1997; Toronto, Canada. 9. Royal Academy of Sciences - 2nd Annual Helicobacter Pylori Meeting Vaccination to Prevent and Cure Helicobacter Pylori Injection (Keynote Address) December, 1997; London, England 10. Developments in Helicobacter Research: From the Basic Laboratory to the patient Moderator: Novel Drugs/Vaccines Workshop February, 1998; Phoenix Arizona 11. American Gastroenterology Association Moderator: Immunopathogenesis of H. pylori May, 1998; New Orleans, Louisiana 12. Current Controversies and Future Challenges in Acid-Related Disorders Faculty: H. pylori a Childhood Infection
  28. 28. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 28 May, 1998; New Orleans, Louisiana 13. 5th Joint Meeting of the European and North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Chairperson: H. pylori Session Keynote Speaker: Immunopathogenesis of H. pylori May 1998; Toulouse, France 14. 3rd International Workshop on Pathogenesis and Host Response in Helicobacter Infection Chairperson: H. pylori Vaccines Abstract Review Committee July, 1998; Helsingor, Denmark 15. National Institute for Biological Standards and Control Invited Lecture: H. pylori Vaccines July, 1998; London, England 16. XIth International Workshop; Gastroduodenal Pathology and Helicobacter pylori Invited Speaker: Immunopathogenesis of H. pylori Infection September, 1998; Budapest Hungary 17. XIth International Workshop; Gastroduodenal Pathology in Helicobacter Pylori Plenary speaker: Immunopathogenesis of H. Pylori Infection, September 1998; Budapest, Hungary. 18. Pediatric Research Seminar Title: The Genetic Basis for Helicobacter Pylori Gastroduodenal Disease September 1998. Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. 19. Point and Counterpoint 1998, Clinical Challenges and Practical Solutions Invited Speaker: Pediatric Gastroenterology – Children Are Not Little Adults, October 1998, Chicago, Illinois. 20. Grand Rounds. “Helicobacter pylori: A Disease of Childhood” Geisinger Health System October, 1998; Danville, Pennsylvania 21. Grand Rounds. “Helicobacter pylori: Infection and Host Immune Response” Suny Health Science Center November, 1998; Brooklyn, New York 22. Canadian Helicobacter Pylori Study Group - Pediatric Consensus Group Title: Immune Responses to H. pylori Infection November 1998, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 23. Gastroenterology Advisory Summit Invited Lecture: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease in the Pediatric Age Group December 1998, Geneva, Switzerland
  29. 29. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 29 24. Developments and New Directions in Helicobacter Research: From the Basic Laboratory to the Patient Chairperson: Vaccine Development in the Human Challenge Model February 1999, Orlando, Florida 25. American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Invited Lecture: Clinical Guidelines for the Diagnosis & Treatment of Helicobacter pylori October 1999, Denver, Colorado 26. Helicobacter Pylori: Basic Mechanisms to Clinical Cure 2000 Invited Lecture: Immune Inflammatory Response in H. pylori in Children March 2000, Bermuda 27. World Congress of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition Invited Lecture: Molecular Pathophysiology of H. pylori Disease August 2000, Boston, Massachusetts 28. XIIIth Belgian Week of Gastroenterology Invited Lecture: Immunobiology of H. pylori: Implications for Therapy March 2001, Knokkee, Belgian 29. Cancer Center/Blood Club Seminar Invited Lecture: Helicobacter Pylori: A Cause of Gastric Adenocarcinoma March 2001, Cleveland, OH 30. Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting Invited Speaker: The Diagnosis & Treatment of Helicobacter Pylori Infection May 2001, Baltimore, MD 31. International Symposium of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition Invited Speaker: Immunobiology of H. pylori Implications for Therapy and Vaccines June 2001, Montreal, Canada 32. Pediatric Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Invited Speaker: Current Pediatric IBD Research Initiatives October 2001, Cleveland, OH 33. Grand Rounds: “Helicobacter Pylori Gastroduodenal Disease” University Hospitals of Cleveland. November 2001, Cleveland, OH 34. Grand Rounds: “Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease” MetroHealth Medical Center November 2001, Cleveland, OH. 35. New Approaches to Bacterial Vaccine Development Invited Speaker: Vaccine Development for Helicobacter pylori May 2002, Munich, Germany
  30. 30. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 30 36. 5th International Workshop on Pathogenesis and Host Response in Helicobacter Infections Invited Speaker: Plenary Session: Neonatal Immune System July 2002, Lo-Skolen, Helsingor, Denmark 37. Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition: Ninth Annual Postgraduate Course Invited speaker: H. pylori Gastritis should be Treated in Children with RAP October 2002, San Antonio, TX 38. North American Society of Pediatric Gastroenterology Invited Speaker: Defining New Standards for the Treatment of Pediatric Acid Related Disorders October 2002, San Antonio, TX 39. Pediatric Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis Invited Speaker: New Research Initiatives in Pediatric IBD November 2002, Cleveland, OH 40. Pan American Health Organization Centennial Vaccine Conference: A Vision for the Future Invited Speaker: Helicobacter pylori Vaccine Development November 2002, Washington DC 41. H. pylori Infection in Children Grand Rounds: Cleveland Clinic Foundation December 2002, Cleveland, OH 42. XVIth International Workshop: Gastrointestinal Pathology and Helicobacter Plenary Address: Future of a Helicobacter Vaccine September 2003, Stockholm, Sweden 43. Helicobacter pylori: Infection, Inflammation and Host Immune Response Grand Rounds: University of Maryland December 2003, Baltimore MD 44. World Congress of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Title: Sharing Solutions in Pediatric Gastroenterology Invited Speaker: Management of a Child with Possible GERD – Related Asthma Symptoms 2004, Paris, France 45. The Future of a Helicobacter Vaccine Beyond the Human Challenge Model Invited Speaker: The Host Immune Response to H. pylori September 2005, Berlin, Germany 46. 5th Western Pacific Helicobacter Congress
  31. 31. SJ Czinn, Curriculum Vitae, p. 31 Invited Speaker: Prospects for a Vaccine to Prevent Helicobacter pylori Infection January 2005, Japan 47. Canadian Helicobacter Study Group Annual Meeting Invited Speaker: Pediatric Perspective of Helicobacter Infection September 2005, Montreal Canada 48. G. Bowers Mansdorfer Lectureship in Pediatrics Invited Speaker: Probiotics: The Chicken Soup of the 21st Century? October 2006, Baltimore, Maryland 49. Microbiology & Immuniology Seminar Series Invited Speaker: Helicobacter pylori: Infection, Inflammation and Host Immunie Response May 2007, Baltimore, Maryland

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