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Thaddeus Pace

Curriculum Vitae

Biographical Section

Name: Thaddeus W Pace
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Office Address: 1701 Uppergate Dr, Rm 5032B
Atlanta, GA 30322
Telephone: (404) 778-5564 (Office)
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Email Address: twpace@emory.edu (University)

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Manuscript Reviewer  

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Organization of National/International Conferences: Administrative Positions  

Organization of National/International Conferences: Sessions as Chair  

Research Focus  

Dr. Pace's laboratory investigates alterations in resting and psychosocial stress-induced inflammatory immune function in participants with current major depression and/or a history of trauma in the formative years of life. Excessive inflammation is hypothesized to result from insufficient glucocorticoid inhibition of inflammatory signaling that occurs subsequent to abnormal corticosteroid receptor function and/or abnormal cortisol release. Routine measures include plasma levels of proinflammatory cytokines and glucocorticoids, activation of inflammatory signaling pathways in circulating immune cells, and in vitro assessments of glucocorticoid sensitivity (determined via proinflammatory endpoints). The lab also investigates the effectiveness of proinflammatory antagonists that target inflammatory signaling pathways (including the nuclear factor-kappa B pathway and mitogen activated protein kinase cascades) to reverse changes in behavior and mood associated with hyperinflammatory states.

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Active Grant Support: Federally Funded  

Active Grant Support: Private Foundation Funded  

Active Grant Support: Contracts  

Active Grant Support: Other  

Previous Grant Support: Federally Funded  

Previous Grant Support: Private Foundation Funded  

Previous Grant Support: Contracts  

Previous Grant Support: Other  

Clinical Service Contributions  

Formal Teaching: Medical Student  

Formal Teaching: Graduate Student  

Formal Teaching: Residency/Training Program  

Formal Teaching: Other (Physician's Assistant, Physical Therapist, etc.)  

Supervisory Teaching: Ph.D. Students Directly Supervised  

Supervisory Teaching: Post-doctoral Fellows Directly Supervised  

Supervisory Teaching: Residency Program  

Supervisory Teaching: Other  

Lectureships, Seminar Invitations, Visiting Professorships  

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Bibliography: Research Articles  

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Last Update: 10/22/2014