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Associate ProfessorNational Bar Code Advisory Committee, Department of Veterans AffairsRegional Commissioner, Department of Veterans AffairsAssistant Director, Immunopathology LaboratoryStaff Physician, Veterans Affairs Medical Center-Pathology ServicesClinical Associate Professor of Pathology
- Anatomic Pathology
Primary Office: SW242 General HospitalIowa City, IA 52242
Primary Office Phone: 319-384-8632
BS, University of Miami - Miami, FLMD, University of Miami, Miami, FL
Residency, University of MinnesotaResidency, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital - Miami, FLFellowship, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital - Miami, FL
State of Iowa Medical License, Iowa Board of MedicineState of Florida Medical License, Florida Board of MedicineAnatomic Pathology, American Board of PathologyClinical Pathology, American Board of Pathology
Dr. Icardi's research interests are primarily related to Flow cytometry, FISH, and Transplant Pathology and include projects related to Hepatitis C recurrence in liver allografts and the effect of microchimerism on long term graft survival.
Correlation between microRNA expression levels and clinical parameters associated with chronic hepatitis C viral infection in humans.
Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical methods and pathology.
2010 December. 90(12):1727-36.
CD64 index provides simple and predictive testing for detection and monitoring of sepsis and bacterial infection in hospital patients.
Journal of clinical microbiology.
2009 December. 47(12):3914-9.
Down-regulation of heme oxygenase-1 by hepatitis C virus infection in vivo and by the in vitro expression of hepatitis C core protein.
The Journal of infectious diseases.
2004 September. 190(6):1109-18.
A retrospective review of sirolimus (Rapamune) therapy in orthotopic liver transplant recipients diagnosed with chronic rejection.
Liver transplantation : official publication of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and the International Liver Transplantation Society.
2003 May. 9(5):477-83.
Host-derived enterocytes in intestinal grafts.
2002 July. 74(1):120-38.
Male enterocytes in female intestinal grafts.
2002 May. 34(3):884.
Burkitt s lymphoma variant of post-transplant lymphoproliferative disease (PTLD).
Pathology oncology research : POR.
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