Journal of Experimental Pathology
Department of Pathology
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Dr. David Caudell is currently working as Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology at Wake Forest School of Medicine, USA. He is also the Director of Graduate Studies at Comparative Pathology Laboratory and Associate Director of Tumor Tissue & Pathology Shared Resources; Veterinary Pathology Laboratory, Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Dr. Caudell received his A.A., Agriculture in 1994 and D.V.M in 2000 from Virginia Tech, USA. Later, he received his PhD in 2008 from Veterinary Medical Sciences, University of Maryland, USA. Dr. Caudell conducted his Postdoctoral studies on development of animal models for human leukemia at National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, USA.
He is a member of American Society of Hematology, Society for Toxicological Pathology, Renal Pathology Society, Society of Hematopathology, Radiation Research Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Society for Mucosal Immunity. He has published several papers in reputed international journals.
Dr. Caudell is a veterinary pathologist with a background in bone marrow pathology and cancer biology. His current research is focused in two areas: B-cell biology and Megakaryocytes/Platelets. He is interested in the effects of radiation on DNA repair mechanisms in B-cells during class switch recombination and how this modulates the immune response. He is also interested in the effects of radiation injury as it relates to thrombocytopenia. Related to this area, his laboratory is interested in how oxidative injury regulates megakaryocyte differentiation leading to impaired platelet production.
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