Research & Publications
Dr. Daniel Calabrese holds a joint appointment at the SFVA and the UCSF Parnassus campus. He is interested in improving outcomes following lung transplantation. His research focuses on mechanisms of innate immune inflammation within the transplanted lung. Recently, he has been studying the connection between lung tissue hypoxia and immune-mediated injury.
Dugger DT, Fung M, Hays SR, Singer JP, Kleinhenz ME, Leard LE, Golden JA, Shah RJ, Lee JS, Deiter F, Greenland NY, Jones KD, Langelier CR, Greenland JR. Chronic lung allograft dysfunction small airways reveal a lymphocytic inflammation gene signature. Am J Transplant., 2021
Chang A, Schwartz BS, Harleman E, Johnson M, Walter LC, Fernandez A. Guiding Academic Clinician Educators at Research-Intensive Institutions: a Framework for Chairs, Chiefs, and Mentors. J Gen Intern Med. 2021
Vasudevan S, Vásquez JJ, Chen W, Aguilar-Rodriguez B, Niemi EC, Zeng S, Tamaki W, Nakamura MC, Arjomandi M. Lower PDL1, PDL2, and AXL Expression on Lung Myeloid Cells Suggests Inflammatory Bias in Smoking and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. American Journal Of Respiratory Cell And Molecular Biology, 2020
Calabrese DR, Aminian E, Mallavia B, Liu F, Cleary SJ, Aguilar OA, Wang P, Hoover J, Singer JP, Hays SR, Golden JA, Kukreja J, Dugger DT, Nakamura M, Lanier LL, Looney MR, Greenland JR. Natural killer cells activated through NKG2D mediate lung ischemia-reperfusion injury. The Journal Of Clinical Investigation, 2020
Widera E, Anderson WG, Santhosh L, McKee KY, Smith AK, Frank J; Family Meetings on Behalf of Patients with Serious Illness. The New England Journal Of Medicine, 2020
Calabrese DR, Wang P, Chong T, Hoover J, Singer JP, Torgerson D, Hays SR, Golden JA, Kukreja J, Dugger D, Christie JD, LTOG investigators , Greenland JR. Dectin-1 genetic deficiency predicts chronic lung allograft dysfunction and death. JCI Insight, 2019