Jim FOX

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JAMES G. FOX, DVM
349 Littleton Road
Harvard, MA 01451

 

 

Degrees

DVM, Colorado State University, 1968
MS, Stanford University, 1972

 

State Licenses

California, Colorado, Massachusetts

 

Education

  • Stanford University, 1970-1973, Medical Microbiology and Comparative Medicine

  • Colorado State University, 1964-1968, Veterinary Medicine

  • University of Nevada, 1962-1964, Preveterinary Medicine

  • University of Oregon, 1961-1962, Biological Science

 

Board Certification

American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, 1974

 

Awards and Honors

  • 2007 Distinguished Williams Lecturer, Baylor University, Houston, TX

  • 2007 Distinguished Hans Selye Lecturer, University of CA, Irvine CA

  • 2007 American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, Comparative Medicine Scientist Award (Inaugural award)

  • 2006 Certificate of Achievement, American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 2006 Distinguished Visiting Professor, University of New Mexico

  • 2006 Distinguished Alumni Award, Colorado State University

  • 2005 Distinguished Pollack Lecturer, Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan

  • 2005 ILAR Council, National Academies of Sciences

  • 2004 Member, Institute of Medicine, National Academies of Sciences

  • 2004 Distinguished American Gastroenterological Association Lecturer, New Orleans

  • 2002 Certificate of Achievement, American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 2002 NIH Scientific Advisory Council, National Center for Research Resources

  • 2001 Society of Experimental Medicine and Biology Best Original Research Paper Award

  • 2001 Distinguished Stanier Lecturer, University of Montreal, Quebec Canada.

  • 2000 United Europe Gastroenterology Association State of the Art Lecturer, Brussels, Belgium

  • 2000 Distinguished American Gastroenterological Association Lecturer, San Diego, CA

  • 2000 American Veterinary Medical Association ASLAP Excellence in Laboratory Animal Research Award

  • 1999 Distinguished Veterinary Medicine Sesquicentennial Lecturer, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

  • 1999 American Association of Laboratory Animal Science N. R. Brewer Scientific Achievement Award

  • 1998 One of Ten Best Scientific Papers-10th International H. pylori symposium, Budapest, Hungary

  • 1998 Philip C. Trexler Lecturer-Association of Gnotobiotics, Bethesda, MD

  • 1998 Merit Award, Research in Comparative Medicine, Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association

  • 1998 Distinguished Fred Ramsey Lecturer, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa

  • 1997 One of Ten Best Scientific Papers, 9th International H. pylori Symposium, Lisbon, Portugal

  • 1996 Distinguished Scientist Lecturer, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL

  • 1996 Distinguished A.L. Bortree Lecturer, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

  • 1995 First Prize for Best Oral Presentation of Original Research regarding H. pylori Epidemiology and Transmission, 7th International H. pylori Symposium, Edinburgh, Scotland

  • 1990 AVMA Charles River Prize in Laboratory Animal Science

  • 1990 Fellow, Infectious Diseases Society of America

  • 1983-84 Certificates of Achievement, American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 1970-73 NIH Postdoctoral Fellow

  • 1970 Certificate of Achievement, US Army

  • 1964 Alpha Zeta

  

Professional Experience

  • 1974- Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • 1988- Professor and Director, Division of Comparative Medicine, Whitaker College of Health Sciences

  • 1988- Professor, Division of Toxicology (now Department of Biological Engineering)

  • 1983-88 Professor and Director, Division of Comparative Medicine; Professor, Applied Biological Sciences

  • 1980-83 Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Applied Biological Sciences, Director, Division of Comparative Medicine

  • 1975-80 Associate Professor, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Head, Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine, Department of Medicine

  • 1974-75 Institute Veterinarian Research Associate, Department of Nutrition and Food Science, Director, Animal Care Facility

  • 1981- Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine

  • 1983- Adjunct Professor, Department of Comparative Medicine

  • 1981-82 Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Comparative Medicine

  • 1989- University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine

  • 1989- Adjunct Professor, Department of Clinical Studies

 

Other Professional Experience

  • 1976-82 Staff Affiliate, Angell Memorial Hospital, Boston, MA

  • 1974- Director, Animal Care Facility, Research Affiliate in Experimental Pathology - Forsyth Dental, Boston, MA

  • 1973-74 Clinical Veterinarian & Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Colorado, Denver, CO

  • 1973-74 Attending Veterinarian, National Jewish Hospital, Denver, CO

  • 1973-74 Faculty Affiliate, Colorado State University, University of Colorado Medical Center

  • 1973 Staff Veterinarian, Stanford University, Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine, Stanford, CA

  • 1970-72 Pathology and Microbiology Support, San Francisco Zoological Gardens
    Postdoctoral NIH Fellowship in Laboratory Animal Medicine and Medical Microbiology. Stanford University, Stanford, CA
    Co-Investigator in research on Oil Exposed Related Mortalities in Waterfowl, funded by grant from Standard Oil Company of California

  • 1968-Private Practice, Part-time employment in Maryland, Florida, and California

  • 1968-70Veterinarian in diagnostic and veterinary activities, Laboratory Animal Branch US Army Veterinary Corp, Biological Laboratories, Animal Division, Ft Detrick, MD

  

1977- Governmental Committees/Boards

  • 2003 NCRR/NIH Strategic Long Range Planning Task Force

  • 2002 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Merit Review, The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of External Reviews

  • 2002 Member, NCI Stomach/Esophageal Cancer Progress Review Group Roundtable meeting

  • 2002 Member, Scientific Advisory Council NIH, National Center for Research Resources

  • 2002 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada

  • 2001 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Natural Environmental Research Council, United Kingdom

  • 2001 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Scottish Hospital Endowments Research Trust, United Kingdom

  • 2000 Ad Hoc Reviewer, NIH Digestive Diseases

  • 2000 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Research Program, Institute of Pasteur, Paris France

  • 1999 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Dublin University Research Program

  • 1999 Ad Hoc Scientific Program Reviewer, Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada

  • 1999 Ad Hoc Scientific Program Reviewer, Office of Naval Research

  • 1997 Member, Task Force on Long Range Planning for NIH National Center for Research Resources

  • 1995 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Wellcome Trust, England

  • 1994 Member, Task Force on Long Range Planning for NIH National Center for Research Resources.

  • 1992 Ad Hoc Reviewer, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities: Basic Research Foundation.

  • 1983- Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Institute on Aging

  • 1983- Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Institute of Child, Health and Human Development

  • 1978- Special Consultant, EPA Science Advisory Board, Health Effects Research Review Group

  • 1978- Special Consultant, National Center for Research Resources, Comparative Medicine Program

  • 1977- Special Consultant, National Cancer Institute

  • 1985 Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Selection of Hamsters for Chemical Toxicity and Carcinogenicity Studies, NIEHS

  • 1981-85 Member, NIH National Center for Research Resources, Comparative Medicine Program, Review Committee Study Section (Chairman, 1984-85)

  • 1979-82 Member, Ad Hoc NCI Construction Review Committee

  • 1978-81 Special Consultant, Food and Drug Administration

  • 1980 Member, Ad Hoc NIEHS Committee on Chemical Contaminants in Laboratory Animal Diets
     

1978- National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences

  • 2007 Member, Committee to Assess the Current and Future Workforce Needs in Veterinary Medicine

  • 2007 Member, Steering Committee for the International Workshop on Science-based Guidelines for Laboratory Animal Care

  • 2005 Member, ILAR council

  • 2004 Member, Institute of Medicine

  • 2002 Chairman, ILAR committee on increasing veterinary involvement in biomedical research

  • 2000 Ad Hoc Reviewer, for ILAR "Strategies that influence cost containment in animal research facilities"

  • 1999 Member, Japan/US ILAR Committee on Emerging Infections

  • 1997 Participant, ILAR Opportunistic Infections of Rats and Mice

  • 1997 Participant, ILAR Ad Hoc Committee on Biological Models

  • 1996- Chairman, Ad hoc committee for review of "Occupational Safety and Health in Research Animal Facilities"

  • 1985-88 Chairman, Committee for a National Survey of Laboratory Animal Usage, Facilities, and Resources, Commission of Life Sciences

  • 1989 Member, Ad Hoc Subcommittee to Review the Lab Animal Usage Questionnaire

  • 1980-82 Member, Committee on Veterinary Medical Sciences, Assembly of Life Sciences

  • 1978-80 Member, Committee on Laboratory Animal Data, Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources

 

Special Consultancy/Committees/Appointments

Consulting Veterinarian

  • 2002- Archemix Corp, Cambridge, MA

  • 2001- Alkermes, Cambridge, MA

  • 1994-96 Tissue Engineering, Boston, MA

  • 1991- Collaborative Biomedical Research Laboratories

  • 1991- Therion Inc., Cambridge, MA

  • 1991-98 Virus Research Institute

  • 1991-96 OraVax Inc., Cambridge, MA

  • 1989-93 Alkermes, Cambridge, MA

  • 1987-97 Smith College, Northampton, MA

  • 1986- Oncogene Science Diagnostics (formerly Applied Biotechnology)

  • 1983- Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA

  • 1982-98 Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA

  • 1982 Repligen, Inc.

  • 1979- Biotek, Inc., Woburn, MA

  • 1978- IBM, Boulder, CO

  • 1974- Forsyth Insitute, Boston, MA

  • 1974-94 Biodevelopment Laboratories (formerly Arthur D Little, Inc), Cambridge, MA

  • 1988-92 Organogenesis, Inc., Cambridge, MA

  • 1985-88 Cambridge Diagnostics Inc

  • 1984-88 Centocor, Malvern, PA

  • 1980-83 Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

  

Special Consultant, Animal Resources Management and Facility Design, and In Vivo Model and Academic Program Development

2007

  • Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

  • Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Morgantown, WV

  • Columbia University School of Medicine, New York, NY

  • Columbia University, New York, NY

  • ArQule, Woburn, MA

  • Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

  • University of California Medical Center, Irvine, CA

2006

  • Colorado State University, School of Veterinary Medicine, Ft. Collins, CO

  • University of Calgary, School of Medicine, Calgary Canada

  • University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, CA

  • University of Minnesota, School of Veterinary Medicine, St. Paul, MN

  • University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

  • Washington University, St. Louis, MO

2005

  • Activbiotics, Lexington, MA

  • Momenta, Cambridge, MA

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Groton, CT

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

2004

  • Harvard Medical School, New England Regional Primate Center, Southborough, MA

  • Medical University of South Carolina, Charlotte, SC

  • University of Georgia, Athens, GA

  • Momenta, Cambridge, MA

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Groton, CT

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Kalamazoo, Michigan

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

2003

  • Forsyth Institute, Boston, MA

  • Geltex Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Waltham, MA

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • Arqule, Woburn, MA

2002

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • University of Pennsylvania, School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Sandwich, UK

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Nagoya, Japan

  • Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA

  • Merck, King of Prussia, PA

  • Novartis, Cambridge, MA

2001

  • University of California, Davis, CA

  • Dana Farber Research Institute, Boston, MA

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Takeda America, Chicago, IL

  • Cubist Pharmaceutical, Cambridge, MA

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Groton, CT

  • Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Terra Haute, IN

  • Pfizer R&D, La Jolla, CA

  • Pfizer R&D, Amboise, France

  • Pfizer R&D, Fresnes, France

  • Pfizer R&D, Toronto, Canada

  • Pfizer/Park Davis, Ann Arbor, MI

  • University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA

2000

  • University of Michigan School of Medicine, Ann Arbor, MI

  • AstraZeneca Research Center, Waltham, MA

  • Takeda American Research and Development Center Inc, Princeton, NJ

  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Tufts New England Medical Center, Boston, MA

  • Alkermes, Cambridge, MA

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • Merck, King of Prussia, PA

  • Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Lexington, MA

1999

  • Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine, Grafton, MA

  • Dupont Pharmaceutical, Delaware, MA

  • Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN

  • Takeda Abott Pharmaceuticals, Chicago, IL

  • Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada, Toronto, Canada

  • University of Chicago, School of Medicine, Chicago, IL

  • AstraZeneca, Cambridge, MA

  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

1998

  • Dainabot Inc., Tokyo, Japan

  • Tufts University, Medford, MA

  • Yale University, New Haven, CT

  • Dana Farber Research Institute, Boston, MA

  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

  • Wyeth Lederle Vaccines and Pediatrics, West Henrietta, NY

  • Procter and Gamble Pharmaceuticals, Norwich, NY

  • Genetix, Cambridge, MA

  • Chemical Manufacturers Association, Washington, DC

1997

  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Philadelphia, PA

  • Pharmacia & Upjohn, Kalamazoo, MI

  • Millenium, Cambridge, MA

1996

  • Children's Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Intrabiotics, Sunnyvale, CA

  • Heska Labs, Fort Collins, CO

  • Chemical Manufacturer's Association, Washington, DC

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • New York University, New York, NY

  • National Toxicology Program, Research Triangle Park, NC

  • Astra Research Center Boston, Cambridge, MA

1995

  • Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

  • University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Human Gene Therapy, Philadelphia, PA

  • New York University, New York, NY

  • IDEXX Laboratories Inc, Westbrook, ME

1994

  • Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA

  • ITT Research Institute, Chicago, IL

  • Wyeth-Ayerst, Princeton, NJ

  • Northwestern University, Chicago, IL

  • University of Vermont, Burlington, VT

  • Glaxo Ltd, United Kingdom

1993

  • Wyeth-Ayerst, Taplow, United Kingdom

  • Merck, Sharp and Dohme Research Laboratories, King of Prussia, PA

  • Wyeth-Ayerst, Chezy, NY

  • New York Medical Center, NYC, NY

  • Abbott Labs, Chicago, IL

  • National Cancer Center, Frederick, MD

  • IIT Research Institute, Chicago, IL

  • Salk Institute, LaJolla, CA

  • Sandoz Research Institute, Newark, NJ

1992

  • Merck Sharp and Dohme Research Laboratories, Rahway, NJ

  • Pfizer Central Research Division, Groton, CT

  • Parke-Davis Pharmaceutical Research Division, Ann Arbor, MI

  • Schiapparelli Searle, Skokie, IL

  • American Cyanamid Company, Pearl River, NY

  • Wyeth-Ayerst, Princeton, NJ

  • Wyeth-Ayerst, Radnor, PA

  • Wyeth-Ayerst, Chezy, NY

  • Praxis Biologics, Rochester NY

  • Salk Institute, LaJolla, CA

  • Hoffmann-LaRoche, Basel, Switzerland

1991

  • New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA

  • Abbott Laboratories, Research Division, Chicago, IL

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, NY

  • Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA

  • 1990

  • USDA Nutrition Center, Tufts University, Boston, MA

  • GD Searle Company, Chicago, IL

1989

  • Eunice Shriver Kennedy Center, Waltham, MA

  • University of California, UCLA Harbor Medical Center, Torrance, CA

  • Tufts University, Medford, MA

  • Davy McKee, Berkeley Heights NJ

1988

  • Long Island Jewish Hospital, Long Island, NY

  • Sandoz Research Institute, Newark, NJ

1987

  • University of Arkansas Cancer Center, Little Rock, AR

  • St Louis Jewish Hospital, St Louis, MO

  • Smith College, Amherst, MA

  • Brown University, Providence, RI

1986

  • Columbia University, New York, NY

  • Travenol Laboratories, Chicago, IL

1985

  • University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS

  • Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA

  • Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

1984

  • Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

  • EG&G Mason Research Institute, Worcester, MA

  • Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA

1980

  • Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

  

Professional Associations/Committees

  • American Academy of Clinical Toxicology

  • American Association for Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care
    1999-2001 Member, Board of Trustees
    1983-1985 Member, Board of Trustees
    1983-1985 Chairman, Council on Accreditation
    1977-1985 Member, Council on Accreditation
    1980-1982 Vice-Chairman, Council on Accreditation
    1976- Special Consultant

  • American Association for Laboratory Animal Science
    2005 Editor Search Committee
    1999 Committee to Enhance the Value of Science
    1996-2000 Chairman, LAS Advisory Committee
    1990-1998 Editorial Board
    1984 Seminars Chairman, 35th Annual Session of AALAS, Cincinnati, OH
    1984-1985 Chairman, LAS Advisory Committee

  • American Association for the Advancement of Science

  • American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges
    2007-2008

  • President-elect

  • 2002Representative to AVMA, Animal Welfare Committee

  • 2000Strategic Planning Committee

  • 2000Board of Directors

  • 2001-2002Representative to AAALAC

  • American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 2004

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  • Task Force on Certification Examination

  • 2003Chairman, Text Subcommittee: The Biology of the Laboratory Mouse

  • 2001-Chair, ACLAM Research and Academic Committee

  • 2000-Chairman, Academic Research in Laboratory Animal and Comparative Medicine

  • 2000Nominations Committee

  • 1999Comparative Medicine Task Force

  • 1998Chairman, Text Subcommittee: Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 1998-Task Force to Study the Role of Academics and Research in Laboratory Animal and Comparative Medicine

  • 1994-1996Task Force on ACLAM Training Requirements

  • 1990-1991President

  • 1989-1990President-elect

  • 1989-1992Member, Board of Directors

  • 1987-1989Task Force on ACLAM Journal

  • 1983-1986Chairman, Legislative Liaison Committee

  • 1982-1983Honorary Diplomate Nomination Committee

  • 1980-1985Publications Committee

  • 1980-1984Chairman, Text Subcommittee: Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 1981Chairman, Audit Committee

  • 1978-1981Audit Committee

  • 1979Forum Subcommittee, Biohazards

  • 1978-1980Member, Board of Directors

  • 1978-1979Recruitment and Training Committee

  • 1977Nominating Committee

  • American College of Toxicology

  • American Committee on Laboratory Animal Diseases

  • 1985-

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  • Board of Directors

  • 1989-1992President

  • 1988-1989President-elect

  • 1993-Chairman, Annual Research Seminar at AALAS

  • American Gastroenterological Association

  • 2005

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  • Task Force on PhDs and Basic Scientists

  • American Society of Microbiology

  • 1995-1998

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  • Editorial Board, Journal of Clinical Microbiology

  • American Veterinary Medical Association

  • 2002-

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  • Animal Welfare Committee

  • Association for Biomedical Research

  • Association for Gnotobiotics

  • International Campylobacter Society

  • Comparative Gastroenterology Society

  • Massachusetts Society of Medical Research

  • 1993-

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  • Treasurer

  • 1990-1993President

  • 1989-1990President-elect

  • 1988-1989Vice President

  • 1985-1988Chairman, Animal Research Policy Committee

  • 1983-Member, Executive Committee

  • 1983-Board of Directors

  • New England Branch, American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

  • 1983-1986

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  • Member, Board of Directors

  • 1977-1978President

  • 1976-1979Member, Board of Directors

  • New England Comparative Pathology Colloquy

  • New England Comparative Medicine Colloquy

  • New York Academy of Sciences

  • International Committee on Systematic Bacteriology

  • 1990- Subcommittee on Campylobacter, Helicobacter, and Related Bacteria

    

 

Membership, Boards of Directors/Advisory Committees

  • 2003 New England Regional Primate Research Center, Harvard Medical School, Southborough, MA 01772

  • 2002 NIH, Postdoctoral Training Program, Advisory Committee, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

  • 2001 Cancer Epidemiology and Gastric Cancer Scientific Advisory Committee, Comprehensive Cancer Center, LSU, New Orleans, LA

  • 2000- Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges

  • 2000- Ferret Education Foundation Advisory Board

  • 1999- Marine Biological Laboratories, Marine Resources Center Advisory Committee Woods Hole MA

  • 1999- Ferret Foundation, U.S.

  • 1998- Center of Comparative Medicine, Scientific Advisory Committee, Univ. of California, Davis CA

  • 1998- American Association Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care

  • 1996-99 Association for Gnotobiotics

  • 1992- Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research

  • 1989-92 American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 1985-95 American Committee on Laboratory Animal Diseases

  • 1983- Massachusetts Society for Medical Research

  • 1983-86 New England Branch, American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

  • 1978-80 American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

  • 1980 HFRS Virus Guideline Committee

  • 1983-85 American Association for Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care

  • 1976-79 New England Branch, American Association for Laboratory Animal Science

  

MIT Committees

  • 2003 Executive Committee- Center for Environmental Health Sciences

  • 2001-2005 Steering Committee - Design and Construction of Neuroscience Complex

  • 1999-2002 MIT Sea Grant Advisory Committee

  • 1994- Committee on the Assessment of Biohazards

  • 1985- Premedical Advisory Council

  • 1983- Faculty Council

  • 1979-87 Committee on Toxic Chemicals

  • 1978-87 Committee on the Assessment of Biohazards

  • 1978-87 Council on Environmental Health & Safety

  • 1978-79 Committee on the Use of Humans in Research

  • 1974- Committee on Animal Care (Chairman, 1974-85)

  

 Member, MIT, Tufts, University of Pennsylvania University of New South Wales, Australia PhD or MS Thesis Committees

  • Green, Laura C."Nitrite and Nitrate: Toxicity, Metabolism, and Biosynthesis", PhD, MIT, January, 1981.

  • Brown, Larry R."Controlled Release Polymers: In Vivo Studies of Insulin and Other Macromolecules", PhD, MIT, May, 1983.

  • Salinas, Julio A."Long Term Evaluation of the Safety and Wholesomeness of a Meat Analogue in Rats", PhD, MIT, February, 1983.

  • Licht, William R."Modeling and Kinetics of Gastric Nitrosation", PhD, MIT, May, 1986.

  • Yu, Yong-Ming"The Quantitative Role of the Splanchnic Bed in the Economy of Whole Body Leucine Metabolism: Isotopic and Chemical Balance Studies in the Dog", PhD, MIT, August, 1987.

  • Carroll, Rona"Sex Differences in the Regulation of Luteinizing Hormone Secretion in the Ferret, a Reflex Ovulator", PhD, MIT, October, 1987.

  • Leaf, Cynthia"Cell Mediated Mechanisms of Endogenous Nitrosation," PhD, MIT, April, 1990.

  • Smith, Jennifer L. "Pharmacokinetics of Methylamines," PhD, MIT, September, 1992.

  • Handt, Lawrence"Helicobacter pylori and Gastrospirrulum hominis-like organism infection in Rhesus monkeys," MS, University of Pennsylvania, April, 1993. (Advisor)

  • Yu, Jing"An Animal Model for Studies of Gastric Cancer". PhD, Tufts 1995.

  • Jackson, Lynn"Evaluation of Hollow Fiber Bioreactor Systems as an Alternative to Murine Ascites Production for Small Scale (Less than 1 Gram) Monoclonal Antibody Production," MS, MIT, 1994. (Advisor)

  • Lewis, Richard G."Detection of Human Pathogenic Viruses in Aquatic Environments Using the Polymerase Chain Reaction," PhD, MIT 1995.

  • Dannon, S. J."Investigations of the interaction between gastric Helicobacter species and gastric acid secretion using rodent animal models," PhD, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 1995.

  • Zheng, Zhifeng"Genetic and Environmental Factors in Murine Colon Cancer", PhD, MIT 1996.

  • Coleman, Leslie "Phenotypic characterization and lymphoma in ferrets," MS, MIT 1996 (Advisor)

  • Buck, Fiona J."Therapeutic immunization as a treatment for chronic helicobacter infection", PhD, UNSW, 1997.

  • Robertson, Bronwyn R."The molecular phylogeny and ecology of spiral bacteria from the mouse gastrointestinal tract", PhD, UNSW, 1998.

  • Chin, Elaine"Pathogenesis of Helicobacter hepaticus in murine inflammatory bowel disease", PhD, MIT 2001.

  • Nguyen, Deanna"Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein (WASP)-deficient mice: a novel Th2 model of inflammatory bowel disease", MD Harvard Medical School, 2001.

  • Liu, Dongfang"Investigations into therapeutic discovery and delivery of heparin-like glycosaminoglycans", PhD, MIT, 2001.

  • Luperchio, Steven"Intimin and the pathogenesis of Citrobacter rodentium", PhD, MIT, 2001.

  • Andrutis, Karl"Helicobacter in vivo pathogenesis studies: An animal model for studies of human cancer", MS, MIT, 2002 (Advisor)

  • Bergin, Ingrid"Characterization of Helicobacter pylori-induced gastric disease in U.S.-bred Mongolian gerbils", MS, MIT, 2002. (Advisor)

  • O'Rourke, Jani L."Gastric Helicobacter species other than Helicobacter pylori in humans and animals. Their diversity, characteristic and pathogenesis", PhD, UNSW, 2002.

  • Boutin, Samuel"Molecular pathogenesis of Helicobacter hepaticus induced liver disease", PhD, MIT, 2005. (Advisor)

  • Sohn, JaneIntestinal cancer: linking infection, inflammation and neoplasia, PhD, MIT, 2005. (Co-Advisor)

  • Sarma-Rupavtarm,

  • Ramahi Bhushan"A mouse model for studying gastrointestinal microbial ecology", PhD, MIT, 2005. (Co-Advisor)

  • Maurer,Kirk"Helicobacter and gallbladder disease", PhD 2007 (Advisor)

  • Lee, Chung WeiHelicobacter pylori-mechanisms of oncogenesis, PhD 2007 (Advisor)

  • Sheh, Alex PhDcandidate in progress (Advisor)

  • Lemke, Laura PhDcandidate in progress (coAdvisor)

   

Supervisor, Postdoctoral Training Program in Comparative Medicine/Pathology

Steve Niemi, DVM Washington State University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1985; Director, Comparative Medicine, Instructor, Department of Pathology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. Mary Ellenberger, MS Iowa State University; DVM Iowa State University, Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1986; Staff Veterinarian, Washington University, St. Louis, MO Barbara Garibaldi, DVM Purdue University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1987; Director, Animal Resource Center, Beth Israel, Boston MA. B. Edrise, DVM, PhD, completed DCM program 1987; Professor, Cairo, Egypt. Horacio Cantiello, DVM, PhD, completed DCM program 1987; Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School. Karen Krueger, MS Mt Holyoke College, DVM Tufts University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1988; Director, Animal Resource Center, Children's Hospital, Boston, MA. Neil Lipman, VMD University of Pennsylvania; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program in 1986; Director, Animal Resources Center, and Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Cornell Medical Center, New York City, New York. Joseph Scott, VMD University of Pennsylvania; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1988; Associate Director, Rockefeller University, New York, NY. Julian Mesina, DVM, PhD ; completed program in 1990; Associate Professor, Drexel University
Glen Otto, DVM University of Minnesota; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1990; Director and Professor, Comparative Medicine, University of Texas, Austin, TX Eva Ryden, PhD, Boston University, DVM Tufts Veterinary School; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1991; Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Director, Research Animal Facility, University of Medicine and Dentistry - New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ. Brian Corning, DVM Colorado State University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training 1991; Director, Comparative Medicine, Charles River, Wilmington MA. Lori Palley, DVM Tufts Veterinary School; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1991; Staff Scientist, Scientific Products, Quincy MA Mohammed Saifuddin, DVM, PhD, Massey University; completed DCM training program 1992; Associate Professor , University of Virginia, VA Michael Blanco, DVM Iowa State University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1993; Chief, Clinical Laboratory Animal Medicine and Assistant Professor, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. Susan Erdman, MS, Lehigh University, DVM University of Mississippi; MsPH, Harvard School of Public Health, Diplomate ACLAM; completed training program in 1993; Principal Research Scientist, Assistant Director Division of Comparative Medicine, MIT, Cambridge MA. Marisa Esteves, VMD University of Penn, Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1993; Visiting Scientist, Division of Comparative Medicine, MIT, Cambridge, MA, Consultant in Comparative Medicine. Richard Hurley, MS, DVM Ohio State University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1994; Senior Clinical Veterinarian, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston MA. Lynn Jackson, DVM Ohio State University; MS MIT, Diplomate ACLAM, completed DCM training program 1994; Director, Biogen, Animal Resource Department, Boston MA. Scott Perkins, VMD, University of Pennsylvania; MsPH, Boston University, Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1995; Director and Assistant Professor, Tufts, Boston MA. Karl Andrutis, DVM, Tufts Veterinary School, MS, MIT, Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1995; Assistant Professor, Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine; Director, Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine. Margaret Batchelder, DVM Tufts Veterinary School; completed DCM training program 1996; Diplomate ACLAM Research Veterinarian Bristol Myers Squibb Wallinford, CT Leslie Coleman, DVM University of California-Davis; MS, MIT, Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1997; Guidant Corp. Santa Clara, CA Rachel Cahill, PhD, Trinity College, Dublin; completed DCM training program in 1998; Research Scientist, Imperial College, London, England. Kim Saunders, DVM Oregon State University; Diplomate ACLAM; completed DCM training program 1998; Director, Professor, Univ of Oregon, School of Medicine, Portland Oregon. Nirah Shomer, PhD, DVM University of Minnesota; completed DCM training program 1998; ACLAM Diplomate; Director, Merck Research Institute, Boston, MA Sonya McCathey, DVM Oregon State University; completed DCM training program 1998; Clinical Veterinarian James Versalovic, MD, PhD, Baylor University, completed DCM training program 1999; Assistant Professor, Dept of Pathology, Baylor University. Melanie Ihrig, DVM, MS Texas A&M; completed DCM training program 2000; Diplomate ACLAM; Associate Professor, Texas A&M University Chih Ching Chien, PhD, University of Connecticut, completed DCM training program 2000; Research Scientist, Genomics Dept, Industrial Biomedical Technology Division, Taiwan. Mary Patterson, DVM, MS Tufts University; completed DCM training program 2001, Diplomate ACLAM; Research Scientist, MIT, Cambridge, MA Keith Astrofsky, DVM, Tufts University; completed DCM training program 2001; Research Scientist, Novartis, Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Cambridge, MA. Ingrid Bergin, VMD University of Pennsylvania MS, MIT; completed DCM training program 2002; Diplomate ACLAM, Pathology Dept., Michigan State University, Pathology resident 2005. Vitsky, Allison, DVM, Diplomate ACVP, University of Illinois, 2001-2002, Pathology Department, Genzyme Corporation. Sam Boutin, DVM University of Minnesota; entered DCM training program 1998; completed DCM training program 2002; PhD MIT 2005; Director, Animal Model Development Taconic Farms, NY Claudia Harper, DVM Tufts University; entered DCM training program in 1999; completed program in 2002; Diplomate ACLAM, Clinical Veterinarian, Massachusetts General Hosptial 2004. Theofilis Poutahidis, DVM, PhD, University of Thessaloniki; completed DCM training program 2002; Lecturer, University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Alexis Garcia, DVM University of Florida; entered DCM training program in 2000; completed 2004; Research Scientist MIT 2004. Rao Varada, DVM, PhD, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John, Canada; entered DCM training program in 2000; completed program in 2005; Research Scientist DCM/MIT Hilda Holcombe, DVM, North Carolina State University; PhD; entered DCM training program in 2001; completed 2004. Diplomate ACLAM, Clinical Veterinarian, Massachusetts General Hospital 2005. Chung Wei Lee, MD; entered DCM training program in 2001. PhD 2007 Kirk J. Maurer, DVM, MS, Louisiana State University; entered DCM training program 2002, PhD 2007 Elizabeth Theve, DVM, Tufts University; entered training program 2003 completed 2006 Courtnye Jackson, DVM Tuskegee Institute; entered training program 2003 completed 2006 Sharron Kirchain, DVM Tufts University; entered training program 2003. Claude Nagamine, DVM, PhD, Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine; entered training program in 2004 Laura Lemke, DVM, Texas A&M University; entered DCM training program in 2004. Erin Bridgeford, DVM, entered DCM training program in 2004. Masahiro Ohtani, MD, PhD, Japan; entered program in 2004 Koichiro Watanabe, MD, PhD, Japan; entered program in 2005 Heather Martin, DVM, Kansas State University entered DCM training program in 2006 Jennifer Lofgren, DVM, MS, Tufts University entered DCM training program in 2007 Jackie Fremont, DVM, MS, Cornell University entered DCM training program in 2007 Sabbaticant Al Jonas, DVM, Senior Scientist, Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor ME, Oct 1985-Apr 1985. Adrian Lee, PhD, Professor, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Mar 1989-Sept 1989 Ediberto Mendes, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, School of Medicine, University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oct 1993-Apr 1994. Robert Lewis, DVM, Professor, Dept. of Pathology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, Jan 1997-Jun 1997. David Prieur, DVM, PhD, Professor, Dept of Pathology, Washington State University, Pullman WA, Jan 2000-Dec 2000. Takeo Kosaka, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Kanazawa Medical University, Oct 1999-Apr 2000. Madeline Vargas, PhD, Associate Professor, Holy Cross, Sept 2002-Sept 2003. Toshi Shibahara, DVM, PhD, Associate Professor & Acting Director, Division of Laboratory Animal Science Research Center for Bioscience and Technology, Tottori University, Japan 2003.

 

Reviewer, journals

  • American Journal of Gastroenterology

  • American Journal of Pathology

  • American Journal of Physiology

  • American Journal of Veterinary Research

  • Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

  • BMC Infectious Diseases

  • Canadian Journal of Microbiology

  • Cancer Detection and Prevention

  • Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention

  • Cancer Letters

  • Cancer Research

  • Carcinogenesis

  • Clinical and Investigative Medicine

  • Clinical Microbiology Reviews

  • Cytokine

  • Digestive Diseases and Science

  • Food Microbiology

  • Gastroenterology

  • Gene

  • Gut

  • Helicobacter

  • Hepatology

  • Infection and Immunity

  • Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice

  • Italian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

  • International Journal of Evolutionary Systematic Bacteriology

  • International Journal of Cancer

  • Journal of American Medical Association

  • Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

  • Journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology

  • Journal of Bacteriology

  • Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology

  • Journal of Clinical Microbiology

  • Journal of Experimental Pathology

  • Journal of Experimental Pathology and Environmental Health

  • Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

  • Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry

  • Journal of Infectious Diseases

  • Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry

  • Journal of Wildlife Diseases

  • Lab Animal

  • Laboratory Animal Science

  • Laboratory Investigations

  • Lancet

  • Nature Biotechnology

  • Nature Medicine

  • Nature Reviews Microbiology

  • New England Journal of Medicine

  • Proceedings National Academy of Sciences

  • Review of Infectious Diseases

  • Trends in Microbiology

  • Veterinary Pathology

 

Reviewer, prospective publications in biomedical research

  • Academic Press

  • CRC Press

  • National Agricultural Library

  • WH Freeman & Co.

 

Editorial Board

Laboratory Animal Science

  • 1982-96 Associate Editor

  • 1985-86 Editorial Board (Chairman)

  • 1996-00 Editorial Board (Chairman)

American Journal of Veterinary Research

  • 1990-92 Editorial Board

Helicobacter

  • 1995- Editorial Board

Journal of Clinical Microbiology

  •  1995-98 Editorial Board

Journal of Experimental Medicine and Biology

  •  2000-2006 Editorial Board

Comparative Medicine

  •  2000-01Editorial Board (Advisory Committee)

 

Special Reports

  • Co-author on Arthur D Little Inc Report: US Veterinary Medical Manpower Needs - 1978-1990. JAVMA 173:369-372, August 1978. Co-author on Specialized Veterinary Manpower needs through 1990. Committee on Veterinary Medical Sciences Commission on Life Sciences, NRC/NAS pp. 198, 1983.

  • Co-author Comparative Medicine Bridges to Better Health, pp. 12, 1994.

  • Co-author Crohn's and Colitis Foundation, 'Challenges in IBD Research "Immune Regulation: Response to Pathogens", Summary Statement of the Task Force,' 1996.

  • Chairman, National Need and Priorities for Veterinarians in Biomedical Research. NRC/NAS pp 87, 2004.

  • Co-author, IBD Microbiology Subcommittee Report of the National Disease Commission, 2007.

 

U.S. Congressional Testimony

Testimony on Budget Subject, NIH Division of Research Resources, presented before the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Appropriations Subcommittee of the US House of Representatives, May 1984. Testimony on Appropriations for Biomedical Research, NIH Division of Research Resources, Subcommittee on Health and Human Services and Education of the House of Representatives, April 1989.
Testimony on Appropriations for Biomedical Research, NIH Division of Research Resources, Subcommittee on Health and Human Services and Education of the House of Representatives, April 1990.

 

Patents

  • Kohn JG, Langer RS, Niemi SM, Fox JG. Biodegradable Polymeric Drug Delivery System with Adjuvant Activity (MIT Case No.4286-86). Fox JG, Benveniste RE, Collins MJ, Gonda MA, Tully JG, Ward JM, Dewhirst F, Paster B. Isolated Helicobacter hepaticus (Patent #5,610,060).

  • Fox JG, Lee A, Schauer D, Whary M. Compositions and methods comprising helicobacter antigens for treatment and prevention of inflammatory bowel disease. (Patent # 6,599,509)

 

Videotape

  • Fox JG, Moreland AF. Campylobacteriosis in Laboratory Animals. VA-EMI Program Number 8, produced by Learning Resources and Communications, Television Division, J Hillis Miller Health Center, University of Florida, 1983.

 

Books

  • Foster HL, Small JD, Fox JG (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research, Vol. I, "History, Genetics and Wild Mice," Academic Press: New York, 1981.

  • Foster HL, Small JD, Fox JG (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research, Vol. II, "Diseases," Academic Press: New York, 1982.

  • Foster HL, Small JD, Fox JG (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research, Vol. III, "Normative Biology, Immunology and Husbandry," Academic Press: New York, 1983.

  • Foster HL, Small JD, Fox JG (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research, Vol. IV, "Experimental Biology and Oncology," Academic Press: New York, 1982.

  • Fox JG, Cohen BJ, Loew FM (editors). Laboratory Animal Medicine, Academic Press: New York, 1984.

  • Fox JG. Biology and Diseases of the Ferret. Lea & Febiger: Philadelphia, 1988.

  • Clingerman KJ, Fox JG, Walke M (editors). Ferrets as Laboratory Animals: A Bibliography. National Agricultural Library: Beltsville, MD, 1991.

  • Fox JG. Biology and Diseases of the Ferret, 2nd edition. Williams and Wilkins: Baltimore, 1998.

  • Fox JG. Anderson L, Loew FM, Quimby F (editors). Laboratory Animal Medicine, 2nd edition, Academic Press: New York, 2002.

  • Fox JG, Barthold S, Davisson M, Newcomer CE, Quimby F, Smith AL (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research. Vol. I, "History, Genetics, Wild Mice," 2nd edition. Academic Press: New York, 2007.

  • Fox JG, Barthold S, Davisson M, Newcomer CE, Quimby F, Smith AL (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research. Vol. II, "Diseases," 2nd edition. Academic Press: New York, 2007.

  • Fox JG, Barthold S, Davisson M, Newcomer CE, Quimby F, Smith AL (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research. Vol. III, "Normative Biology, Husbandry, and Models," 2nd edition. Academic Press: New York, 2007.

  • Fox JG, Barthold S, Davisson M, Newcomer CE, Quimby F, Smith AL (editors). The Mouse in Biomedical Research. Vol. IV, "Immunology," 2nd edition. Academic Press: New York, 2007.

  • Wang TC, Giraud AS, Fox JG (editors). Biology of Gastric Cancer. Springer Science Press: New York (in press).

 

Reviews & Book Chapters, Monographs, and Proceedings

FOX CV3-REVIEWandCHAPv2.pdf  (273 KB)

Invited Seminars/Lectures/Symposia

FOX CV4-SEMINARv2.pdf (161 KB)

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