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Updated 7232010 VITA PERSONAL DATA Name GARRY THOMAS COLE Citizenship American EDUCATION BA Carleton University Ottawa Canada 1963 Biology PhD University of Waterloo Waterloo Canada 1969 Biology PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Secondary School Teacher Grades 913 at Clarke High School RR 1 Newcastle Ontario Canada Jan 1 1964 to July 1 1965 Teaching Fellow in the Dept of Biology University of Waterloo 19661969 Postdoctoral Fellow in the Dept of Botany Univ of Florida Gainesville Florida associated with Dr HC Aldrich Associate Professor of Biology 19691970 Faculty Associate Dept of Botany Univ of Texas Nov 1 1970 to Aug 31 1971 Assistant Professor of Botany University of Texas Sept 1 1971 to Sept 1 1975 Visiting Assistant Professor University of Heidelberg Lehrstuhl fur Zellenlehre West Germany Jan 1 to June 30 1974 Associate Professor University of Texas Sept 1 1975 to Sept 1 1982 Visiting Scientist recipient of Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship at the Institut fur Meeresforschung June 1 to Aug 31 1975 National Science Foundation Fellow Gifu Medical School Dept of Biochemistry Gifu Japan 197778 Visiting Professor University of Heidelberg Lehrstuhl fur Zellenlehre with Professor HD Behnke West Germany Jan 16 to Mar 15 1981 Professor of Botany University of Texas Sept 1 1982 to June 30 1995 Visiting Professor Pasteur Institute Paris French Foreign Ministry Sponsored Visit Mar 519 1983 Erskine Fellow Dept of Botany Univ of Canterbury Christchurch New Zealand June 1 to Aug 14 1984 Medical Research Council Visiting Professor Public Health Laboratory Service London England May 15 to Aug 31 1986 American Society for Microbiology Latin American Visiting Professor University of Sao Paulo Medical School Sao Paulo Brazil May 1987 Member National Institutes of Health Bacteriology and Mycology BM2 Study Section Washington DC 19891992 Chairman Annual Meeting Program Committee Medical Mycology Division F American Society for Microbiology July 1 1990 to June 30 1992 Organizing Committee FifthIntemational Mycological Congress Vancouver British Columbia Canada August 1994 Professor and Chairman Department of Microbiology Medical University of Ohio 19952005 Member National Institutes of Health Bacteriology and Mycology BM2 Study Section 19941998 Member International Advisory Bd Intemational Union of Microbiol Societies IUMS 19971999 President Ohio Branch of the American Society for Microbiology OBASM 19971999 Stranahan Endowed Research Chair Microbiology and Immunology Medical University of Ohio 2001 2005 Member National Institutes of Health Ad Hoc Reviewer of Research Grant Proposals for Bacteriology and Mycology BM2 Study Section Washington DC Feb 2001 Garry Thomas Cole Member Veterans Administration Infectious Diseases Merit Review Subcommittee 20012004 Chair 20032004 Professor and Margaret Batts Tobin Endowed Research Chair in Medical Mycology Department of Biology and South Texas Center for Infectious Disease University of Texas at San Antonio November 1 2005 to present Adjunct Professor Department of Microbiology amp Immunology The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio April 1 2006 to present Member Infectious Disease Grant Application Review Panel of the Agence Nationale de la Recherche ANR of France December 2009 to present PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES American Society for Microbiology International Society for Human and Animal Mycology International Union of Microbiological Societies Medical Mycology Society of the Americas Mycological Society of America PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Serve as a RefereeReviewer for Academic Press Inc New York American Journal of Botany Botanical Gazette Experimental Mycology Infection and Immunity Journal of Medical and Veterinary Mycology Science National Science Foundation Systematic Biology Program Cellular and Molecular Biology Program Biological Instrumentation Program National Research Council Veterans Administration Research Program EditorialAdvisory Board Member Current Topics in Medical Mycology Journal of Medical and Veterinary Mycology Microbiological Sciences Mycologia Coorganizer and Chairman First International Symposium on Fungal Antigens Pasteur Institute Paris France Nov 38 1986 Councilor West Medical Mycology Society ofthe Americas MMSA 19881990 Chairman Annual Meeting Program Committee Medical Mycology Division F American Society for Microbiology July 1 l990June 30 1992 Member NIH Research Grant Study Section for Bacteriology and Mycology BM2 Washington DC 19941998 Organizing Committee Member FifthIntemational Mycological Congress Vancouver British Page 2 Garry Thomas Cole Columbia Canada August 1994 President Ohio Branch of American Society for Microbiology July 1 1996June 30 1998 Chair Molecular Approaches to New World Mycoses Plenary Session Tenth International Congress of Mycology International Union of Microbiological Societies World Congresses Paris France July 27August 1 2002 Coorganizer Fungushost Interactions Symposium 8Lh International Fungal Biology Conference Guanajuato Mexico December 15 2002 Member Scienti c Program Planning Committee 8Lh ASM Conference on Candida and Candidiasis and 1St ASM Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Goint meeting Denver Colorado March 13 17 2006 Chair Fungal Vaccine Development Symposium 8th ASM Conference on Candida and Candidiasis and lst ASM Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Goint meeting Denver Colorado March 13 17 2006 CoChair Antifungal Vaccines Symposium 16Lh Congress of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology ISHAM 2005 Paris France July 2629 2006 International Advisory Committee International Society for Human and Animal Mycology ISHAM Congress Tokyo Japan Mat 2529 and Beijing China May 3031 2009 International Advisory Board 18Lh Congress of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology Berlin Gemany June 1115 2012 AWARDS AND HONORARY SOCIETIES 196769 Province of Ontario Graduate Fellowship 1975 Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship Institut fur Meeresforschung Bremerhaven West Germany 197778 National Science Foundation Fellowship USJapan Cooperative Science Program 1984 Erskine Fellowship Department of Botany University of Canterbury Christchurch New Zealand 1986 Medical Research Council UK Fellowship Public Health Laboratory Service London England 1987 American Society for Microbiology Latin American Visiting Professorship University of Sao Paulo Brazil May 1987 1988 Medical Mycology Society of the Americas Annual Lecturer Miami Beach Florida May 7 1988 1991 Maxwell Littman Lecturer Medical Mycology Society of New York New York City Department of Health 1991 Plenary Lecturer 35th General Assembly of Japanese Society for Medical Mycology Sendai Japan 1993 National Institutes of Health Theme Lecturer Workshop on Molecular Mycology Minneapolis Minnesota June 25 1993 1994 Microbial Ultrastructure Division Lecturer American Society for Microbiology General Meetings Las Vegas May 2327 1994 1994 Conference Lecturer Centennial Conference on Coccidioidomycosis Stanford University CA August 2427 1994 1994 Carlyn Halde Foundation Lecturer American Society for Microbiology Meeting San Jose CA September 810 1994 1996 British Society for Medical Mycology Foundation Lecturer Cardiff Wales February 25 Page 3 Garry Thomas Cole 1996 1997 Division F Medical Mycology Annual Lecturer American Society for Microbiology Miami Beach May 8 1997 1997 Second Annual Lecturer The Valley Fever Center for Excellence Tucson Arizona October 24 1997 1999 Fellow American Academy for Microbiology Washington DC 2006 Recipient of the Rhoda Benham Award from the Medical Mycology Society of the Americas MMSA May 23 2006 COURSES TAUGHT Biology 1 Introductory Biology Biology 206 Laboratory Experiments in Biology Structure and Function of Organisms Biology 303 Structure and Function of Organisms Biology 304 Environmental and Population Biology Botany 302 Fungi and Human Affairs Botany 330 Molecular Basis of Biological Processes Botany 331 Laboratory Studies in Molecular Biology Botany 332386K Evolution of the Fungi Botany 232 Laboratory in Evolution of the Fungi Botany 358390K Fungal Morphogenesis and Ultrastructure Botany 462M Principles and Methods in Modern Plant Systematics Botany 2773 77 Botanical Research Undergraduate Botany 282 Advanced Study and Research Botany 392 Experimental Mycology Conidial Fungi Botany 394 Current Research on Algae and Fungi Botany 394 Freezeetch and Scanning Electron Microscope Techniques Botany 394 Topics in Medical Mycology Botany 398T Supervised Teaching Marine Studies 35221 Microbiology 608610 Microbiology MBD 602802 Biology 1 Bio1404 Ecology of Marine Fungi Fundamentals of Microbiology I H and IH Molecular Basis of Disease II Introduction to Cell Biology and Molecular Biology Medical Mycology Bio 5733 Basic Principles of Medical Mycology Medical Mycology Bio 7041 Advanced Medical Mycology Colloquium PUBLICATIONS 188 1 2 3 4 5 6 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1968 A thin culture chamber for timelapse photomicrography of fungi at high magni cations Mycologia 60 340344 Kendrick WB GT Cole and GC Bhatt 1968 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes Gonatobotryum aprculatum and its botryose blastospores Can J Botany 46 591596 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1968 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes The imperfect state of Monascus ruber and its meristem arthrospores Can J Botany 46 987992 Kendrick WB and GT Cole 1968 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes The sympodulae of Beamaria and Curvularra Can J Botany 46 12971301 Kendrick WB and GT Cole 1969 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes Ficbotbecrum roseum and its meristem arthrospores Can J Botany 47 345350 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1969 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes The annellophores Page 4 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Garry Thomas Cole of Scapularropsrs brew39caulrs Can J Botany 47 925929 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1969 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes The phialides of Pbialopbora PenI39CIYII39um and Ceratocystrs Can J Botany 47 779789 Cole GT TR Nag Raj and WB Kendrick 1969 A simple technique for timelapse photomicrography of microfungi in plate culture Mycologia 61 726730 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1969 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes The arthrospores of OIdI39Odendron and Geotrrcbum and the endoarthrospores of Sporendonema Can J Botany 47 17731780 Cole GT 1971 The sympodula and the sympodioconidium m Taxonomy of Fungi Imperfecti Ed W B Kendrick University of Toronto Press pp 141159 Cole GT and HC Aldrich 1971 Scanning and transmission electron microscopy and freezeetching techniques used in ultrastructural studies of hyphomycetes m Taxonomy of Fungi Imperfecti Ed W B Kendrick University of Toronto Press pp 292300 Cole GT and HC Aldrich 1971 Ultrastructure of conidiogenesis in Scapularropsrs brevrcaulrs Sacc Bainier Can J Botany 49 745755 Cole GT and HC Aldrich 1971 Demonstration of myelin gures in unfixed freezeetched fungus spores J Cell Biol 51 873874 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1971 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes Development and morphology of CIadobotryumNees Can J Botany 49 595599 Cole GT 1972 Microfibrils in the cytoplasm of fertile hyphae of the imperfect fungus Drecbslera sorokr39m39ana J Ultrastructure Research 41 563571 Cole GT 1973 Ultrastructure of conidiogenesis in BreeIslam sorokr39m39ana Can J Botany 51 629638 Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1973 Taxonomic studies of Phralopbora medlar Mycologia 65 661688 Cole GT and MJ Wynne 1973 Nuclear pore arrangement and structure of the Golgi complex in chromonas dam39ca Chrysophyceae Cytobios 8 161173 Cole GT 1973 Ultrastructural aspects of conidiogenesis in Gonatobotryum aprculatum Can J Botany 51 16771684 Cole GT 1973 A correlation between rodlet orientation and conidiogenesis in hyphomycetes Can J Botany 51 24132422 Cole GT 1974 Asexual Reproduction II p 102103 amp 123127 In An Atlas of Fungal Ultrastructure A Beckett JB Heath and DJ McLaughlin eds Longman London Cole GT 1974 Comparative SEM Investigations of Asexual Reproductive Cycles in Mucoraceous and Hyphomycetous Fungi TSEM Newsletter 5 1421 3334 Cole GT 1974 Conidiophore and conidium ontogeny in Spegazzr39nra tessartlzra Can J Botany 52 12591264 Cole GT RV Hardcastle and PJ Szaniszlo 1974 Subbaromyces splendens Development and ultrastructure Can J Botany 52 24532457 Cole GT and R RamirezMitchell 1974 Comparative scanning electron microscopy of Pem39CIYII39um conidia subjected to criticalpoint drying freezedrying and freezeetching Scanning Electron Microscopy 1974 part 11 Proceedings of the Workshop on Scanning Electron Microscopy and the Plant Sciences IIT Research Institute Chicago pp 367374 Cole GT and MJ Wynne 1974 Endocytosis of Morocystrs aerugmosa by Ochromonas dam39ca J Phycol 10 397410 Cole GT and HD Behnke 1975 Electron microscopy and plant systematics Taxon 24 315 Page 5 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 V 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 Garry Thomas Cole Cole GT and MJ Wynne 1975 Possible utilization of the endocytotic golden alga of chromonas dam39ca as a means of biological control of nuisance bluegreen algae p 118119 E Water Quality Management Through Biological Control P L Brezonik and J L Fox eds Report no 07751 Environmental Protection Agency Corvallis Oregon Cole GT 1975 Ultrastructure of BreeIslam sorokim39ana Hyphomycetes grown on cellophane lms m Proceedings of the Intemational Colloquium on Biodegradation and Humification University of Nancy France p 216231 Cole GT 1975 A preparatory technique for examination of imperfect fungi with the SEM Cytobios 12 115121 Koehn RD and GT Cole 1975 An ultrastructural comparison of Podosordarra leporrna and Porom39a oedrpus Ascomycetes Can J Botany 53 22512259 Cole GT 1975 A viral infection of the hyphomycetous fungus Brrosra cubrspora Proc Can MicroscSoc 2 6061 Cole GT 1975 The thallic mode of conidiogenesis in the Fungi Imperfecti Can J Botany 53 29833001 Cole GT 1976 Conidiogenesis in pathogenic hyphomycetes Geotrrcbum and Morosporum Sabouraudia 14 8198 Cole GT 1976 Application of scanning electron microscopy to developmental and taxonomic studies of the Fungi Imperfecti Proc of Workshop on Plant Science Applications of the SEM HT Research Institute Chicago p 527534 Cole GT 1976 Conidium ontogeny in marine hyphomycetous fungi Asteromyces cruciatus and Zalerron marrtrmum Marine Biology 38 147158 Guentzel MN L Field GT Cole and LJ Berry 1977 The localization of Vibrro cholerae in the ileum of infant mice Proc of Workshop on Medical Microbiol IIT Research Institute Chicago p 275282 Olah GM GT Cole and O Reisinger microvesicles in the hyphal apex and sporogenous cells 3013 18 Cole GT 1977 Conidiogenesis in the black yeasts Proc IVth Int Conf on Mycoses PAHO Sci Pub No 356 p 6678 Cole GT 1978 Conidial and conidiogenous cell development in the Fungi Imperfecti West Japan J Dermatol 40 10831104 Cole GT 1978 Conidiogenesis in the Fungi Imperfecti InIdentif1cation of Saprophytic Fungi Commonly Encountered in a Clinical Environment Am Soc Microbiol Publ Cole GT 1979 Contributions of electron microscopy to fungal classification Amer Zoologist 19 589608 Cole GT T Sekiya R Kasai T Yokoyama and Y Nozawa 1979 Surface ultrastructure and chemical composition ofthe cell walls of conidial fungi Exp Mycol 3 132156 Pope LM GT Cole MN Guentzel and L J Berry 1979 Systemic and gastrointestinal candidiasis of infant mice after intragastric challenge Infect Immun 25 702707 Pope LM GT Cole MN Guentzel and L J Berry 7 An experimental model of candidiasis in infant mice systemic infection following gastrointestinal colonization m Proc VIIth ISHAM Conference Jerusalem 1979 Excerpta Medica Series 480 pp 7174 Cole GT T Sekiya R Kasai and Y Nozawa 1980 Morphogenesis and wall chemistry of the yeast quotintermediatequot and hyphal phases of the dimorphic fungus Mycotjpba portrasrr Can J Microbiol 26 3649 DiCosmo F and GT Cole 1980 Morphogenesis of condiomata in Cbaetomella acutr39seta Coelomycetes Can J Botany 58 11291137 Cole GT and Y Nozawa 1981 Dimorphism m Biology of Conidial Fungi G T Cole and B Kendrick eds 5 97133 Academic Press New York Cole GT 1981 Conidiogenesis and conidiomatal ontogeny m Biology of Conidial Fungi G T Cole and B Kendrick eds 23 271327 Academic Press New York I Sporotbrrx EXOpIH39aIa 1977 The role and the chemical nature of secretory Ann Sci Nat Bot Paris 18 Page 6 50 V 51 V 52 V 53 V 54 V 55 V 56 57 58 59 V 60 V 61 V 62 63 64 65 V 66 V 67 V 68 V 69 V 70 V 71 72 V Garry Thomas Cole Cole G T 1981 Techniques for examining developmental and ultrastructural aspects of conidial fungi m Biology of Conidial Fungi G T Cole and B Kendrick eds 31 577634 Academic Press New York Cole GT 1981 Architecture and chemistry of the cell walls of higher fungi m Microbiology 1981 D Schlessinger ed Am Soc Microbiol Publ Washington p 227231 Field L H LM Pope GT Cole MN Guentzel and L Berry 1981 Persistence and spread of Candida albicans after intragastric inoculation of infant mice Infect Immun 31 783 791 Cole GT 1981 Application of scanning electron microscopy to studies of conidiomatal development in the Fungi Imperfecti Scanning Electron Microscopy1981III p 304312 Pope LM and GT Cole 1981 SEM studies of adherence of Candida albicans to the gastrointestinal tract of infant mice Scanning Electron Microscopy1981III p 7380 Cole GT and LM Pope 1981 Surface wall components of Aspergiilus niger conidia In The Fungal Spore Morphogenetic Controls pp 195215 Nozawa Y R Kasai and GT Cole 1981 Ultrastructure and chemistry of cell walls of Geotricnwn candidurn with special reference to conidiogenesis Jap J Med Mycol 22 202214 Cole GT 1981 Enteroblastic conidia IH Holoblastic conidia and poroconidia Filmen Gottingen West Germany Series 14 Nos 3739 Pope L M and GT Cole 1982 The infant mouse as a model for studies of gastrointestinal and systemic candidosis m Proceedings of VIch ISHAM Congress Palmerston North New Zealand p 155158 M Baxter ed Massey Univ Press Cole GT S Sun LM Pope and M Huppert 1982 Macromolecular changes in cell walls of Coccidioides 1nInIitis In Proceedings of VIIIth ISHAM Congress Palmerston North New Zealand p 265268 M Baxter ed Massey Univ Press Pope LM and GT Cole 1982 Comparative studies of gastrointestinal colonization and systemic spread by Candida albicans and nonlethal yeast in the infant mouse Scanning Electron Microscopy1982 Part IV p 16671676 Cole GT SH Sun and M Huppert 1982 Isolation and ultrastructural examination of conidial wall components of Coccidioides and Aspergiilus Scanning Electron Microscopy 1982 Part IV p 16771685 Cole GT 1983 Grapniola phoenicis Ataxonomic enigma Mycologia 75 93116 Cole GT and R A Samson 1983 Conidium and sporangiospore formation in pathogenic microfungi Chap 11 p 437524 In Fungi Pathogenic for Humans and Animals Part A D H Howard ed Marcel Dekker New York Cole GT 1983 I f quot fungal r r 39 Am Soc Microbiol Publ Washington DC p 245248 Huppert M G T Cole SH Sun DJ Drutz P Starr CL Frey and JL Harrison 1983 The propagule as an infectious agent in coccidioidomycosis m Microbiology1983 D Schlessinger ed Am Soc Microbiol Pub Washington DC p 262267 Stubblefield SP TN Taylor CE Miller and GT Cole 1983 Studies of carboniferous fungi H The structure and organization of Mycocarpon Spor39ocarpon Dubiocaipon and Coleocarpon Ascomycotina Am J Bot 701014821498 Stubblefield SP CE Miller TN Taylor and GT Cole 1985 Geotricnites glaesarius a conidial fungus from tertiary Dominican amber Mycologia 77 1 p 1116 Cole GT LM Pope M Huppert SH Sun and P Starr 1983 Ultrastructure and composition of conidial wall fractions of Coccidioides iinmitis Exp Mycol 7 297318 Sutton BC and GT Cole 1983 Mozetella Hyphomycetes An exercise in diversity Trans Br MycolSoc 81 97107 Cole GT 1984 Conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes A review of current developmental concepts p 437464 E Taxonomy of Fungi CV Subramanian ed Univ of Madras India Cole GT and RA Samson 1984 The conidia m Mould Allergy Chap 5 p 66103 Y AlDoory ed Lea and Febiger Philadelphia Guentzel MN GT Cole and LM Pope 1985 Animal models for candidiasis Curr Top Med Mycol 3 57116 Conidial development in the Fungi Irnperfecti I Thallic conidia II Publ Wissenschaftlichen 1r I39I J 1982 D Schlessinger ed Page 7 73 74 75 76 77 V 78 V 79 V 80 V 81 V 82 V 83 84 85 86 V 87 88 V 89 90 91 V 92 93 94 95 Garry Thomas Cole Cole GT LM Pope M Huppert SH Sun and P Starr 1985 Wall composition of different cell types of Cocc1d101des111111111119 m Proc 4th Int Symp on Coccidioidomycosis p 112129 H Einstein and T Catanzaro eds Nat Found Infect Dis Washington DC Cole GT JW Chinn LM Pope and P Starr 1985 Characterization and distribution of 3Omethylmannose in 0000101010295 111111111119 m Proc 4th Int Symp on Coccidioidomycosis p 130145 H Einstein and T Catanzaro eds Nat Found Infect Dis Washington DC Cole GT SH Sun and M Huppert 1985 Morphogenesis of 0000101010195 111111111119 m Filamentous Microorganisms Biomedical Aspects p 279294 T Arai ed Jap Sci Soc Press Tokyo Cole GT and SH Sun 1985 Arthroconidiumspheruleendospore transformation in Cocc1d101des1111111111s m Dimorphism P Szaniszlo ed Plenum New York p 281333 White JF Jr and GT Cole 1985 Endophytehost associations in forage grasses I Distribution of fungal endophytes in L011u111 and F estuca Mycologia 77 323327 White JF Jr and GT Cole 1985 Endophytehost associations in forage grasses II Taxonomic observations on the endophyte of Festuca a1u11d111acea Mycologia 77 483486 White J F Jr and GT Cole 1985 Endophytehost associations in forage grasses III 14110 inhibition of fungi by Acrem0111u111 coe110p111a1u111 Mycologia 77 487489 Cole GT and J F Jr White 1985 Fungal endophytes of forage grasses Proc Indian Acad Sci Plant Sci 94 129136 White JF Jr and GT Cole 1986 Endophytehost associations in forage grasses IV The endophyte of Festuca verstua Mycologia 78 102107 Cole GT 1986 Preparation of microfungi for scanning electron microscopy m Ultrastructure Techniques for Microorganisms HC Aldrich and WJ Todd eds Plenum Press New York p 144 Cole GT ME Starr SH Sun and TN Kirkland 1986 Antigen identi cation in 0000101010295 111111111119 In Microbiology1986 Am Soc Microbiol Publ Washington DC p 159164 Cole GT 1986 Models of cell differentiation in conidial fungi Microbiol Rev 50 95132 White JF Jr and GT Cole 1986 Endophytehost associations in forage grasses V Occurrence of fungal endophytes in certain species of 1910111115 and P0a Mycologia 78 846850 Latge JP GT Cole M Horisberger and MC Prevost 1986 Ultrastructure and chemical r 139 ofthe39 quot39 r wall off 39439 39 39 obscurus Exp Mycol 10 99113 Sun SH GT Cole DJ Drutz and JL Harrison 1986 Electronmicroscopic observations of the 0000101010295 11111111115 parasitic cycle 111 V1VO J Med Vet Mycol 24 183192 Cole GT TN Kirkland and SH Sun 1987 An immunoreactive watersoluble conidial wall fraction of Cocc1d101des111111111119 Infect Immun 55 657667 Yuan L and GT Cole 1987 Isolation and characterization of an extracellular proteinase of Cocc1d101des1111111111s Infect Immun 55 19701978 Cole GT SH Sun J Dominguez L Yuan and TN Kirkland 1988 Wall associated antigens of Cocc1d101des1111111111s In E Drouhet GT Cole L De Repentigny JP Latge and B Dupont eds Fungal Antigens Isolation Puri cation and Detection Plenum Publishing Corp New York p 395415 Cole GT KR Seshan M Franco E Bukownik SH Sun and VN Heam 1988 Isolation and morphology of an immunoreactive outer wall fraction produced by spherules of 0000101010295 111111111119 Infect Immun 56 26862694 Cole GT TN Kirkland M Franco S Zhu L Yuan SH Sun and VN Heam 1988 Immunoreactivity of a surface wall fraction produced by spherules of Cocc1d101des 11111111115 Infect Immun 56 26952701 Yuan L GT Cole and SH Sun 1988 Possible role ofa proteinase in the endosporulation of Cocc1d101des1111111111s Infect Immun 56 15511559 Cole GT KR Seshan LM Pope and RJ Yancey 1988 Morphological aspects of gastrointestinal tract invasion by Cand1da a1b1ca115 in the infant mouse J Med Vet Mycol 26 85 Yuan L and GT Cole 1989 Characterization of a proteinase inhibitor isolated from the fungal pathogen Cocc1d101des1111111111s Biochem J 257 729736 Cole GT S Zhu S Pan L Yuan D Kruse and SH Sun 1989 Isolation of antigens with proteolytic activity from Cocc1d101des1111111111s Infect Immun 57 15241534 Page 8 Garry Thomas Cole 97 Cole GT KT Lynn KR Seshan and LM Pope 1989 Gastrointestinal and systemic candidosis in immunocompromised mice J Med Vet Mycol 27 363380 98 Kruse D and GT Cole 1990 Isolation of tube precipitin antibodyreactive fractions of 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 58 169178 99 Cole GT D Kruse S Zhu KR Seshan and RW Wheat 1990 Composition serologic reactivity and immunolocalization of a 120 kilodalton tube precipitin antigen of 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 58 179188 100 Cole GT KR Seshan and YF Chen 1990 Cell wallassociated proteinase and inhibitor of the fungal respiratory pathogen Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 In SAAS Bulletin of Biochemistry and Biotechnology Vol 3 SK Ballal ed Tennessee Technol Univ Press Cookeville Tenn p 7 4 101 Cole GT KT Lynn and KR Seshan 1990 An animal model for oropharyngeal esophageal and gastric candidosis Mycoses 33 719 102 Cole GT 1990 The conidial fungi m AE Vassilyev ed Atlas of Fungal Ultrastructure Komarov Botanical Institute Leningrad 103 Cole GT KT Lynn and KR Seshan 1990 Evaluation of a murine model of hepatic candidiasis J Clin Microbiol 28 18281841 104 Cole GT 1991 Basic biology of fungi m Medical Microbiology 3rd Edition S Baron ed Churchill Livingstone New York p 935943 105 Cole GT and TN Kirkland 1991 Conidia of 0000101010193 11111111113 their signi cance in disease initiation m The Fungal Spore and Disease Initiation in Plants and Animals G T Cole and HC Hoch eds Plenum Press New York p 403443 106 Cole GT D Kruse and KR Seshan 1991 Antigen complex of Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 which elicits a precipitin antibody response in patients Infect Immun 59 24342446 107 Cole GT KR Seshan M Phaneuf and KT Lynn 1991 Chlamydosporelike cells of Cand1da a1b1ca113 in the GI tract of infected immunocompromised mice Can J Microbiol 37 637646 108 Cole GT S Pan S Zhu and KR Seshan 1991 Cell wallassociated proteinases of 0000101010193 11111111113 m Fungal Cell Wall and Immune Response JP Latge amp D Boucias eds SpringerVerlag Heidelberg p 269283 109 Kirkland TN S Zhu D Kruse L Hsu KR Seshan and GT Cole 1991 Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 fractions which are antigenic for immune Tlymphocytes Infect Immun 59 3952 3961 110 Cole GT D Kruse and KR Seshan 1991 Targeting morphogenetic events in the parasitic cycle of Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 In New Strategies in Fungal Disease J Bennett R Hay amp PK Peterson eds Churchill Livingstone London p 6795 111 Cole GT S Zhu L Hsu D Kruse KR Seshan and F Wang 1992 Isolation and expression of a gene which encodes a wallassociated proteinase of 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 60416427 112 Cole GT K Saha KR Seshan KT Lynn M Franco and PKY Wong 1992 Retrovirus induced immunode ciency in mice exacerbates gastrointestinal candidiasis Infect Immun 6041684178 113 Pan S and GT Cole 1992 Electrophoretic karyotypes of clinical isolates of 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 6048724880 114 Kruse D and GT Cole 1992 A seroreactive 120 kilodalton Bl 3glucanase of 0000101010193 11111111113 which may participate in spherule morphogenesis Infect Immun 6043504363 115 Cole GT KR Seshan KT Lynn and M Franco 1993 Gastrointestinal candidiasis histopathology of Cand1da host interactions in a murine model Mycological Research 96385 408 116 Cole GT 1993 C 11111111113 Resistance to Host Defense Mechanisms Clin Adv in the Treatment of Fungal Infections 4 15 11 12 Page 9 Garry Thomas Cole 117 Cha in WL B Collins JN Marx GT Cole and KJ Morrow 1993 Characterization of mutant strains of Ca11d1da a1b1ca115 de cient in expression of a surface determinant Infect Immun 6134493458 118 Ruchel R F De Bemardis TL Ray PA Sullivan and GT Cole 1993 Ca11d1da acid proteinases J Med Vet Mycol 30 Supp 1 123132 119 Cole GT D Kruse KR Seshan S Pan SJ Szaniszlo J Richardson and B Bian 1993 Factors regulating morphogenesis in Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 m Dimorphic fungi in biology and medicine H Van den Bossche FC Odds and D Kerridge ed p 191212 Plenum New York 120 Cole GT and TN Kirkland 1993 Identification of antigens of Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 which stimulate immune T lymphocytes Archives of Medical Research 24281291 121 Richardson J I D Dian GT Cole and KR Seshan 1994 Visualization of 3D constructs of biological data obtained from microscopic images Tech Report CHPC TR 19940003 Univ of Texas Press 122 Pan S L Sigler and GT Cole 1994 Evidence for a phylogenetic connection between Cocc1d101des11111111t1s and U11011100a1pus166511Onygenaceae Microbiology 14014811494 123 Cole GT 1994 Pan S and GT Cole 1994 Seshan KR and GT Cole 1994 Pan S EJ Pishko EE Wyckoff and GT Cole 1994 In Molecular Biology of Pathogenic Fungi B Maresca and GS Kobayashi eds Telos Press New York p 231239 p 241247 p 265273 p 275286 respectively 124 Boyle SM PJ Szaniszlo Y Nozawa ES Jacobson and GT Cole 1994 Potential molecular targets of metabolic pathways J Med Vet Mycol 32 Suppl 1 7989 125 Polonelli L D Poulain GT Cole S Conti D Elad M Gerloni TN Kirkland R Mathews E Segal and E Wyckoff 1994 New strategies in vaccination against fungal infections J Med Vet Mycol 32 Suppl 1 105112 126 De Repentigny L L Kaufman GT Cole D Kruse JP Latge and RC Mathews 1994 Immunodiagnosis of invasive fungal infections J Med Vet Mycol 32 Suppl 1 239252 127 Pan S M Zhang and GT Cole 1995 Isolation and characterization of the arginaseencoding gene arg from Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 Gene 154 115118 128 Wyckoff EE EJ Pishko TN Kirkland and GT Cole 1995 Cloning and expression of a gene encoding a Tcell reactive protein from Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 homology to 4 hydroxyphenylpyruvate dioxygenase and the mammalian F antigen Gene 161107111 129 Ibrahim AS F Mirob SG Filler GT Cole Y Kitajima JE Edwards Y Nozawa and MA Ghannoum 1995 Evidence implicating phospholipase as a virulence factor in Ca11d1da a1b1ca115 Infect Immun 63 19931998 130 Pan S and GT Cole 1995 Molecular and biochemical characterization of Cocc1d101des 11111111t1sspecific CS antigen Infect Immun 633994 4002 131 Cole GT and EJ Pishko 1995 Possible roles of wall hydrolases in the morphogenesis of Cocc1d101des11111111t1s Can J Bot 73 Suppl 1 S1132S1141 132 Mirbod F Y Banno MA Ghannoum AS Ibrahim S Nakashima Y Kitajima GT Cole and Y Nozawa 1995 Purification and characterization of lysophosophlipasetransacylase h LPTA from a highly virulent strain of Ca11d1da a1b1ca115 Biochem Biophys Acta 1257 181 133 Pishko EJ TN Kirkland and GT Cole 1995 Isolation and characterization of two chitinase encoding genes ctsl ctsZ from the fungus Cocc1d101des11111111t1s Gene 167173177 134 Silverman L JJ Yu and GT Cole 1995 Protein based method of diagnosisprognosis of oak wilt disease m Oak Wilt Perspectives The Proceedings of the National Oak Wilt Symposium DN Appel and RF Billings ed Information Development Inc Houston p 97108 Page 10 Garry Thomas Cole 135 Cole GT 1996 Biochemistry of enzymatic pathogenicity factors Q The Mycota Vol VI Human and Animal Relationships DH Howard and JD Miller ed SpringerVerlag Heidelberg p 3165 136 Cole GT AA Halawa and EJ Anaissie 1996 The role of the gastrointestinal tract in hematogenous candidiasis from the laboratory to the bedside Clin Infect Dis 22S73S88 137 Cole GT 1997 Ammonia production by 0000101010193 11111111113 and its possible signi cance to the hostfungus interplay m Hostfungus Interplay Proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Topics in Mycology H Vanden Bossche DA Stevens and FC Odds ed Plenum Press New York pp 247263 138 Cole GT PW Thomas and TN Kirkland 1997 Molecular strategies for development ofa vaccine against coccidioidomycosis In S Suzuki and M Suzuki eds Fungal cells in Biodefense Mechanisms Saikon Publ Ltd Tokyo pp 307317 139 Yu JJ SL Smithson PW Thomas TN Kirkland and GT Cole 1997 Isolation and characterization of the urease gene URE from the pathogenic fungus Cocc1d101des 11111111113 Gene 198387391 140 Thomas PW EE Wyckoff EJ Pishko JY Yu TN Kirkland and GT Cole 1997 The 1131160 gene of the human pathogenic fungus Cocc1d101des 11111111113 encodes a T cell reactive protein Gene 1998391 141 Kirkland TN and GT Cole 1998 Coccidioidomycosis In Principles ofMedical Mycology T Mitchell JE Cutler GS Deepe and KC Hazen ed Am Soc Microbiol Press Washington DC 142 Kirkland TN PW Thomas F Finley and GT Cole 1998 Immunogenicity of a 48kDa Recombinant Tcell Reactive Protein of 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 66424431 143 Yu JJ and GT Cole 1998 Biolistic transformation of the human pathogen 0000101010193 11111111113 Microbiological Methods 33 129141 144 Yu JJ L Zheng PW Thomas PJ Szaniszlo and GT Cole 1999 Isolation and confirmation of function of the Cocc1d101des 11111111113 URA5 orotate phosphoribosyl transferase gene Gene 226 233242 145 Hung CY NM Ampel L Christian KR Seshan and GT Cole 2000 A major cell surface antigen of Cocc1d101des 11111111113 which elicits both humoral and cellular immune responses Infect Immun 68584593 146 GueveraOlvera L CY Hung JJ Yu and GT Cole 2000 Sequence expression and functional analysis of the Cocc1d101des 11111111113 ODC onithine decarboxylase gene Gene 242437 448 147 Cox GM J Mukherjee GT Cole A Casadevall and JR Perfect 2000 Urease as avirulence factor in experimental cryptococcosis Infect Immun 68443448 148 Ruchel R M Schaffrinski KR Seshan and GT Cole 2000 Vital staining of fungal elements in deepseated mycotic lesions during experimental murine mycoses using the parenterally applied optical brightener Blankophor Med Mycol 38231237 149 Reichard U GT Cole R Ruchel and M Monod 2000 Molecular cloning and targeted deletion of PEP2 which encodes a novel aspartic proteinase from Asperg lus fi11111ga1u3 Int J Med Microbiol 2908596 150 Reichard U CY Hung PW Thomas and GT Cole 2000 Disruption of the gene which encodes a serodiagnostic antigen and chitinase of the human fungal pathogen 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 6858305838 151 Hung CY JJ Yu PF Lehmann and GT Cole 2001 Cloning and expression ofthe gene which encodes a tube precipitin TP antigen and wallassociate glucosidase of 0000101010193 11111111113 Infect Immun 6922112222 152 Li K JJ Yu CY Hung PF Lehmann and GT Cole 2001 Recombinant urease and urease DNA of 0000101010193 11111111113 elicit an immunoprotective response against coccidioidomycosis in mice Infect Immun 6928782887 153 Mukherjee PK KR Seshan SD Leidich J Chandra GT Cole and MA Ghannoum 2001 Reintroduction of PLB gene into Cand1da a1b1ca113 restores virulence 111 V1VO Microbiol 14725852597 154 Kirkland TN and GT Cole 2001 Coccidioidomycosis pathogenesis immune response and vaccine development m R Calderone R Chilar eds Fungal Pathogenesis Principles and Clinical Applications Marcel Dekker New York pp 365399 Page 11 Garry Thomas Cole 155 Cole GT and CY Hung 2001 The parasitic cell wall of 0000101010195 11211211113 Med Mycol 39 Suppl 1 3140 156 Mirbod F RA Schaller and GT Cole 2002 Puri cation and characterization of urease isolated from the pathogenic fungus Cocc1d101des 11211211113 Med Mycol 403544 157 Kirkland TN and GT Cole 2002 Genefinding in 0000101010195 112112111119 searching for immunogenic proteins m KJ Shaw ed Pathogen Genomics Impact on Human Health Humana Press Totowa NJ pp 247254 158 Hung CY JJ Yu KR Seshan U Reichard and GT Cole 2002 A parasitic phasespecific adhesin of Cocc1d101des 11211211115 contributes to the virulence of this respiratory fungal pathogen Infect Immun 7034433456 159 Cole GT CY Hung and N Delgado 2002 Parasitic phasespecific gene expression in 0000101010195 ASM News 68603611 160 Cole GT 2003 Fungal Pathogenesis m E Anaissie MR McGinnis MA Pfaller eds Clinical Mycology Churchill Livingstone New York pp 2045 161 Delgado N J Xue JJ Yu CY Hung and GT Cole 2003 A recombinant 13 glucanosyltransferase homolog rGellp of Cocc1d101des posadas11 protects mice against coccidioidomycosis Infect Immun 7130103019 162 Cole GT and CY Hung 2003 A GPIanchored cell surface antigen contributes to the virulence of 0000101010195 Proceedings of the 15Lh Congress of the International Society for Human and Animal Mycology ISHAM pp 123124 163 Delgado N CY Hung and GT Cole 2004 Profiling gene expression in Cocc1d101des posadas11 Med Mycol 425971 164 Johannesson H P Vidal J Guarro R Herr GT Cole and JW Taylor 2004 Positive directional selection in the prolinerich antigen PRA gene among the human pathogenic fungi 0000101010195 11211211115 C posadas11 and their closest relatives MBE 2111341145 165 Cole GT J Xue CN Okeke EJ Tarcha V Basrur RA Schaller RA Herr JJ Yu and C Y Hung 2004 A vaccine against coccidioidomycosis is justified and attainable Med Mycol 42189216 166 Xue J CY Hung JJ Yu and GT Cole 2005 Immune response of vaccinated and non vaccinated mice to Cocc1d101desposadas11 infection Vaccine 2335353544 167 Hung CY KR Seshan JJ Yu R Schaller J Xue V Basrur MJ Gardner and GT Cole 2005 Metalloproteinase of Cocc1d101des posadas11 contributes to evasion of host detection Infect Immun 73 66896703 168 Cheng S CJ Clancy MA Checkley Z Zhang K L Wozniak KR Seshan HY Jia P Fidel GT Cole and MH Nguyen 2005 The role of Cand1da a1b1ca115 NOT5 in virulence depends upon diverse host factors 111 V1VO Infect Immun 7371907197 169 Johannesson H JP Townsend CY Hung GT Cole and JW Taylor 2005 Concerted evolution in the repeats of an immunomodulating cell surface protein SOng of the human pathogenic fungi 0000101010195 11211211115 and C posadas11 Genetics 171109117 170 MirbodDonovan F RA Schaller CY Hung J Xue U Reichard and GT Cole 2006 Urease produced by 0000101010195 posadas11 contributes to the virulence of this respiratory pathogen Infect Immun 74504515 171 Yu JJ TN Kirkland LK Hall J Wopschall CY Hung X Chen E Tarcha PW Thomas and GT Cole 2005 Characterization of a serodiagnostic complementfixation antigen of 0000101010195 posadas11 expressed in the nonpathogenic fungus U11011100arpus 166511 J Clin Microbiol 4354625469 172 Cole GT J Xue K Seshan P Borra R Borra E Tarcha R Schaller JJ Yu and CY Hung 2006 Virulence mechanisms of 0000101010195 p 363391 E J Heitman S Filler J Edwards and A Mitchell ed Molecular Principles of Fungal Pathogenesis Am Soc Microbiol Press Washington DC 173 Tarcha EJ V asrur CY Hung MJ Gardner and GT Cole 2006 A recombinant aspartyl protease of Cocc1d101des posadas11 induces protection against pulmonary coccidioidomycosis in mice Infect Immun 74516527 174 Johannesson H T Kasuga R Schaller B Good MJ Gardner JP Townsend GT Cole and JW Taylor 2006 Phasespecific gene expression underlying morphological adaptations of the dimorphic human pathogenic fungus Cocc1d101desposadas11 Fungal Genet Biol 43 545559 Page 12 Garry Thomas Cole 175 Shubitz L F JJ Yu CY Hung T N Kirkland T Peng R Perrill J Simons J Xue R A Herr G T Cole and J N Galgiani 2006 Improved protection of mice against lethal respiratory infection with C occidioz39des posadasz39z39 using two recombinant antigens expressed as a single protein Vaccine 24 59045911 176 Tarcha E V Basrur CY Hung M J Gardner and G T Cole 2006 A multivalent recombinant protein vaccine against coccidioidomycosis Infect Immun 74 58025813 177 Nosanchuk J D JJ Yu CY Hung A Casadevall and G T Cole 2007 Coccz39dz39oz39des posadasz39z39 produces melanin in vitro during infection Fungal Genet Biol 44517520 178 Stokes C K R Seshan M Spiering G Moran G T Cole D C Coleman and D J Sullivan 2007 Comparative growth analysis of Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensis in vitro and in vivo Fungal Genet Biol 44920931 179 Fraser J A J E Stajich E J Tarcha G T Cole D O Inglis A Sils and J Heitman 2007 Evolution of the mating type locus insights gained from the dimorphic primary fungal pathogens Histoplasma capsulatum Coccidz39oz39des immitis and Coccidz39oz39des posadasz39z39 Eukary Cell 6 622 629 180 Hung CY J Xue and GT Cole 2007 Virulence mechanisms of Coccrdrordes Ann N Y Acad Sci 1111225235 181 HerrR A CY Hung and G T Cole 2007 Evaluation of two homologous pralinerich proteins of Coccrdrordesposadasrr as candidate vaccines against coccidioidomycosis Infect Immun 75 57775787 182 Cole G T 2008 Attenuated vaccine useful for immunizations against Coccrdrordes spp infections Patent No 7332324 B2 issued Feb 19 2008 183 Cole GT 2008 Polypeptide and DNA immunizations against Coccr39dr39or39des spp infections Patent No 7262027 issued Aug 28 2007 184 Sharpton T J J E Stajich S D Rounsley M J Gardner J R Wortman V S Jordar R Maiti C D Kodira D E Neafsey Q Zeng CY Hung C McMahan A Muszewska M Grynberg M A Mandel E M Kellner B M BarkerJ N Galgiani M J Orbach T N Kirkland G T Cole M R Henn B W Birren and J W Taylor 2009 Comparative genomic analyses of the human fungal pathogens Coccidz39oz39des and their relatives Genome Research 19 17221731 185 Xue J CY Hung D Selby and GT Cole 2009 A oenet39 quotJ 39 A live A vaccine of C occidioz39des protects BALBc mice against coccidioidomycosis Infect Immun 77 31963208 186 Phillips JA E L Morgan X Dong G T Cole C McMahan CY Hung and S D Sanderson 2009 Singlestep conjugation of bioactive peptides to proteins via a selfcontained succinimidyl bisarylhydrazone Bioconjugate Chem 20 19501957 187 Neafsey D E B M Barker M Orbach T J Sha1pton G T Cole CY Hung and B W Birren 2010 Population genomic J of C 39 quot 39 1 reveals among species genetic diversity and signals of immunemediated natural selection Genome Research 19 in press 188 Lao MH CY Hung G T Cole and SY Li 2010 Application ofa multiplex suspension array for rapid and simultaneous identification of clinically important mold pathogens J Clin Microbiol Submitted BOOKS Cole GT and RA Samson 1979 Patterns of Development in Conidial Fungi Pitman London 190 PP Cole GT and B Kendrick 1981 Biology of Conidial Fungi Vols IampII Academic Press New York Page 13 Garry Thomas Cole 1146 pp Drouhet E GT Cole L de Repentigny JP Latge and B Dupont 1988 Fungal Antigens Isolation Puri cation and Detection Plenum Press New York 469 Cole GT and HC Hoch 1991 The fungal spore and disease initiation in plants and animals Plenum Publishing Corp New York 555 pp ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS PRESENTED AT NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS Cole GT and WB Kendrick 1969 Timelapse studies of conidiophore and conidium ontogeny in hyphomycetes XIth Intemational Botanical Congress Abstract 34 Cole GT 1970 Developmental and ultrastructural studies of Scapulariopsrs brew39caulrs Am J Botany 57 760 Abstract 1 Cole GT and HC Aldrich 1970 Developmental and ultrastructural studies of microfungi ASB Bulletin 17 19 Abstract Cole GT 1971 Ultrastructure of Conidiogenesis in Drecbslera sorokt39m39ana Canadian Botanical Association Halifax Canada June 1972 Cole GT 1971 Conidiogenesis in Fungi Imperfecti Fungal Ultrastructure Symposium First International Mycological Congress Exeter England September 1971 Cole GT 1973 Ultrastructure of conidiogenesis in Gonatobotryum aprculatum Am J Botany 60 20 Abstract 2 Cole GT 1973 Ultrastructure of blastic and thallic modes of conidiogenesis in hyphomycetes AIBS meetings Mycological Society of America section Amherst Mass June 1973 Cole GT MJ Wynne and B L Prows 1973 Ultrastructure of phagocytosis of Morocystrs aerugmosa by chromonas danrca J Phycol Suppl 9 18 Abstract Page 14 Garry Thomas Cole Cole GT and MJ Wynne 1973 Ultrastructural examination of phagocytosis of a bluegreen alga by a Chrysomonad alga Meetings of the Texas Society of Electron Microscopy Galveston Texas May 1973 Cole GT 1974 Experimental systematics of Fungi Imperfecti 25th Annual AIBS meeting Tempe Arizona June 1974 Cole GT and R RamirezMitchell 1974 Scanning Electron Microscopy and the Plant Sciences IITRI Symposium Chicago Illinois April 1974 paper presented by R R Mitchell Cole GT 1974 Ultrastructure of Drecbslera sorokz39m39ana Hyphomycetes grown on cellophane lms Proceedings of the Intemational Colloquium on Biodegradation and Humif1cation University of Nancy France September 1974 Koehn R and GT Cole 1975 The conidia of Podosordarr39a leporr39na Am J Botany Abstract 28 Cole GT 1975 Conidiogenesis in Cladobotryum variospermum retrogressive holoblastic conidium formation Symposium on principles of classi cation of the fungi XII International Botanical Congress Leningrad Russia July 1975 Cole GT and HD Behnke 1975 Applications of ultrastructure to plant systematics XIIth Intemational Botanical Congress Leningrad Russia July 1975 Cole GT 1976 Contributions of ultrastructural characters to generic concepts of pathogenic hyphomycetes MSA symposium on quotBasic Mycology of Medically Important Fungiquot AIBS New Orleans Louisiana June 3 1976 Cole GT and RA Samson 1976 Comparative studies of asexual reproductive mechanisms in the Mucorales and conidiogenesis in the Fungi Imperfecti Am J Botany Abstracts 21 Cole GT L M Pope and LJ Berry 1977 Colonization of the gastrointestinal tract of mice by Candida albicans a model system for examination of hostpathogen relations during development of intestinal candidiasis Meetings of the Texas Society for Electron Microscopy Austin May 7 1977 Cole GT 1977 Conidiogenesis in marine hyphomycetes Second Intemational Mycological Congress Tampa Florida August 29 1977 Cole GT 1977 Conidial ontogeny of some dematiaceous fungi pathogenic to man Second Intemational Mycological Congress Tampa Florida August 30 1977 Cole GT 19 Blastic and thallic conidial development in the Fungi Imperfecti Second Intemational Mycological Congress Tampa Florida August 31 1977 Cole GT 1979 Contributions of scanning electron microscopy to morphogenetic4studies of microfungi Symposium on quotScanning Electron Microscopic Studies of Fungiquot ASM Meetings Los Angeles May 6 1979 Cole GT 1979 Morphogenesis and wall chemistry of yeast intermediate and hyphal phases of Mycotjpba portraer Zygomycetes Symposium on quotFungal Dimorphismquot ASM Meetings Honolulu May 10 1979 Cole GT T Sekiya R Kasai and Y Nozawa 1979 Comparative studies of the chemistry and ultrastructure of conidial and hyphal walls of Asperg lus Inger XIth International Congress of Biochemistry Toronto July 1979 Cole GT 1979 P quot 39 II J S r 39 on quotMedically Important Fungiquot AIBS Meeting Stillwater Oklahom August 14 1979 Cole GT 1980 Architecture of Fungal Cell Walls Symposium on quotOrganization of Fungal Cell Surfacesquot American Society of Microbiology Meetings Miami Beach Florida May 1116 1980 Cole GT 1981 Application of Scanning Electron Microscopy to Studies of Conidiomatal Development in the Fungi Imperfecti SEM Symposia 1981 Dallas Texas April 16 1981 Cole GT 1981 Developmental and Ultrastructural Studies of Microfungi Taxonomic Implications Symposium on Taxonomy of Microfungi XIIIth Intemational Botanical Congress Sydney Australia August 22 1981 Cole GT and M Huppert 1982 Wall chemistry and ultrastructure in cell types of Coccr39dr39or39des ASM Meeting Atlanta Georgia March 7 12 1982 Pope LM LJ Berry and GT Cole 1982 Persistence of Candida albr39cans in the gastrointestinal tract of adult mice treated with tobramycin andor ProBanthine ASM Meeting Atlanta Georgia March 712 1982 Cole GT LM Pope and M Huppert 1983 3Omethylmannose content of Coccr39dr39or39deSJ39rnInI39tIs cell types ASM Meeting New Orleans Louisiana March 611 1983 Cole GT 1983 Conidiogenesis and conidiomatal development 3rd Intemational Mycological Congress Tokyo Japan August 29 1983 Page 15 Garry Thoma5 Cole Pope LM GT Cole and LJ Berry 1983 Effect of passive immunization on systemic spread and gastrointestinal colonization in neonatal mice by Cand1da a1b1ca115 ASM Meeting New Orleans Louisiana March 611 1983 Cole GT 1984 Aspects of conidiogenesis in dermatophytes Annu Meeting Med Mycol Soc Am St Louis Mo March 3 1984 Sun SH GT Cole and JL Harrison In vivo ontogeny of the Cocc1d101de5 11111111115 parasitic cycle ASM Meeting Las Vegas March 37 1985 Cole GT SH Sun M Starr and H Weiner 1985 Antigen identi cation in Cocc1d101de511111111115 ISHAM Congress Atlanta May 1924 1985 Cole GT Guentzel MN and Pope LM 1985 Signi cance of cell type in the initiation of experimental candidosis ISHAM Congress Atlanta May 1924 1985 Sun SH GT Cole J Dominguez JL Harrison and P Starr 1986 Location of antigens in different cell types of 0000101010195 11111111115 F16 p 400 ASM Meeting Washington D C March 2328 1986 Cole GT SH Sun TN Kirkland L M Pope P Starr and J Dominguez 1986 Characterization of an immunoprotective conidial wall fraction of Cocc1d101de5 11111111115 F17 p 400 ASM Meeting Washington D C March 2328 1986 Kirkland TN and GT Cole 1986 The outer wall of Cocc1d101de5 11111111115 inhibits DNA synthesis by mammalian cells Annual ICAAC5 Meeting New Orleans May 1986 Cole GT SH Sun L Yuan M Franco E Bukownik and TN Kirkland 1987 Immunoreactive components of the infectious conidia of 0000101010195 11111111115 IVth Int Fungal Spore Symposium Univ of Strathclyde Stirling Scotland July 1987 Yuan L and GT Cole 1987 Isolation and characterization of a 36kd protease from 0000101010195 11111111115 F58 p 398 Abst Annual ASM Meeting Atlanta March 16 1987 Sun SH J Dominguez and GT Cole 1987 Identi cation of antigenic components of biologically active fractions of 0000101010195 11111111115 F30 p 394 Abst Annual ASM Meeting Atlanta March 16 1987 Cole GT J Dominguez SH Sun and J L Harrison 1987 Localization of immunoreactive 39 39 39 39 39 N Abstract 7065 p 449 XIV Int Bot Congress West Berlin July 34 August 1 1987 Cole GT L Yuan and SH Sun 1988 Possible role of a proteinase in endosporulation of 0000101010195 11111111115 F20 p 395 ASM Meeting Miami Beach Florida May 813 1988 Yuan L JH McKerrow and GT Cole 1988 cDNA cloning and gene expression of a C 11111111115 proteinase F22 p 395 ASM Meeting Miami Beach Florida May 813 1988 Zhu S GT Cole and TN Kirkland 1988 An immunoreactive cell surface fraction produced by spherules of Cocc1d101de5 11111111115 F51 p 400 ASM Meeting Miami Beach Florida May 813 1988 Pope LM K Tanaka and GT Cole 1988 Ef cacy of LY121019 in clearance of Cand1da a1b1ca115 from body organs of persistentlycolonized immunocompromised mice Abst 1528 p 381 Annual ICAAC5 Meeting Los Angeles Oct 2326 1988 Kruse D and GT Cole 1989 A 124kd component of the tube precipitin antigen of Cocc1d101de5 11111111115 F34 p 463 ASM Meeting New Orleans May 1418 1989 Zhu S A Eakin L Yuan JH McKerrow and GT Cole 1989 Characterization of a fusion protein encoded by a cDNA clone derived from an expression library for 0000101010195 F 76 p 470 ASM Meeting New Orleans May 1418 1989 Seshan KR KT Lynn LM Pope and GT Cole 1989 Gastrointestinal and systemic candidosis in persistentlycolonized immunocompromised mice F112 p 476 ASM Meeting New Orleans May 1418 1989 Cole GT K Lynn and KR Seshan 1989 Esophageal and focal hepatic candidosis in immunocompromised mice Abst International Symposium on Mycoses in AIDS Patients Pasteur Institute Paris November 2023 1989 Page 16 Garry Thomas Cole Lynn KT KR Seshan and GT Cole 1990 A mouse model for relapse of chronic systemic candidosis F29 p 413 ASM Meeting Anaheim Calif May 1317 1990 Kruse D M Goren and GT Cole 1990 The tube precipitin TP antigen complex of 0000101010193 11111111113 F62 p 419 ASM Meeting Anaheim Calif May 1317 1990 Kirkland TN D Kruse F Finley and GT Cole 1990 Identi cation of speci c Tcell reactive antigens in a soluble conidial wall fraction SCWF of Cocc1d101des 11111111113 F63 p 419 ASM Meeting Anaheim Calif May 1317 1990 Kruse D and GT Cole 1991 A Bglucosidase of 0000101010193 11111111113 which demonstrates tube precipitin antibody reactivity F62 p 418 ASM Meeting Dallas TeX May 59 1991 Zhu S L Hsu and GT Cole 1991 Cloning and sequencing the cDNA which encodes a chymotrypsinlike serine proteinase of 0000101010193 11111111113 F70 p 420 ASM Meeting Dallas TeX May 59 1991 Cole GT KR Seshan and K Lynn 1991 Mucosal cellular immune response to persistent Cand1da a1b1ca113 infection in the GI tract of a murine model PS411 p 153 Congress of the Int Soc of Human and Animal Mycology Montreal Canada June 2428 1991 Seshan KR and GT Cole 1992 Endospore differentiation in 0000101010193 11111111113 F54 p 507 ASM Meeting New Orleans LA May 2630 1992 Kruse D KR Seshan M Barlett and GT Cole 1992 Possible role of an alkaline 151 3glucanase isolated from 0000101010193 11111111113 F67 p 509 ASM Meeting New Orleans LA May 2630 1992 Pan S and GT Cole 1992 Electrophoretic karyotypes of 0000101010193 11111111113 F70 p 510 ASM Meeting New Orleans LA May 2630 1992 Chen T and GT Cole 1993 Isolation of Tcell reactive proteins of Cocc1d101des 11111111113 F22 p 531 ASM Meeting Atlanta GA 1993 Pan S and GT Cole 1993 Molecular evidence for a phylogenetic interrelationship of 0000101010193 11111111113 and U11011100a1pu3166311 F71 p 539 ASM Meeting Atlanta GA 1993 Richardson J B Bian KR Seshan and GT Cole 1993 Computer image analysis of segmentation wall development in 0000101010193 11111111113 F90 p 543 ASM Meeting Atlanta GA 1993 Pan S and GT Cole 1994 The gene and primary structure of a putative 0000101010193 11111111113 speci c CS antigen F14 p 591 Abstr General Meetings of Am Soc Microbiol Las Vegas May 2327 Pishko E and GT Cole 1994 The cloning and sequencing of two distinct chitinase genes from the human pathogenic fungus Cocc1d101des 11111111113 F2 p 589 Abstr General Meetings of Am Soc Microbiol Las Vegas May 2327 Wyckoff E TN Kirkland and GT Cole 1994 A Tcell stimulatory protein from 0000101010193 11111111113 has homology to the mammalian F antigen F51 p 597 Abstr General Meetings of Am Soc Microbiol Las Vegas May 2327 Seshan KR and GT Cole 1994 Spherule segmentation and endosporulation an ultrastructural and computer image analysis Abstr Centennial Conference on Coccidioidomycosis Stanford Univ August 2427 Ruchel R KR Seshan and GT Cole 1994 pH Correlates between endosporulating spherules and tissue abscesses Abstr Centennial Conference on Coccidioidomycosis Stanford Univ August 24 7 Cole GT 1995 Biochemical and molecular analyses of urease production General Meetings of Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 2125 Cole GT 1995 Ammonia production by Cocc1d101des 11111111113 Abstr Int Symp on Morphogenesis and Metabolism in opportunistic Fungal Pathogens Poitiers France October 38 Yu JJ and GT Cole 1996 Immunodiagnosis of oak wilt disease Abstr Ohio branch ofthe Am Soc Microbiol Miami Ohio April 1213 Smithson SL and GT Cole 1996 Isolation and characterization of the ureaseencoding gene are from 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Ohio Branch of the Am Soc for Microbiol Miami Ohio April 1 3 Williams FE and GT Cole 1996 Transformation of Cocc1d101des 11111111113 Abstr Ohio Branch of the Am Soc Microbiol Miami Ohio April 1213 Page 17 Garry Thomas Cole Smithson SL KR Seshan and GT Cole 1996 Cloning and characterization of a urease gene are from 0000101010193 11111111113 and 111 V1VO localization of its substrate Abstr ASM General Meeting New Orleans May 1823 Williams FE SL Smithson and GT Cole 1996 A genetic transformation system for 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr ASM General Meeting New Orleans May 1823 Thomas PW TN Kirkland KR Seshan YL Zhang and GT Cole 1996 A Tcell reactive 48kDa recombinant protein of 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr ASM General Mtg New Orleans May 1823 Cole GT PW Thomas TN Kirkland EE Wyckoff and KR Seshan 1996 A 65kDa heat shock protein of 0000101010193 11111111113 which shows a high degree of homology to the HSP60 of H1310pla3111a capsulatum Abstr ASM General Meeting New Orleans May 1823 Cole GT KR Seshan and D Loebenberg 1996 Evaluation of SCH56592 in Clearance of Gastrointestinal Mucosal Candidiasis from Mice with RetroviralInduced Immunode ciency Abstr 36th ICAACS American Society for Microbiology New Orleans Louisiana Sept 1518 1996 Thomas PW TN Kirkland and GT Cole 1997 Characterization of a T cell reactive fraction of the parasitic phase of Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 Abstr Annual Meetings Am Soc for Microbiol Miami Beach Florida May 49 1997 Yu JJ PW Thomas and GT Cole 1997 Isolation and characterization of the ura5 gene from 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Annual Meetings Am Soc for Microbiol Miami Beach Florida May 49 1997 Hung CY JJ Yu and GT Cole 1997 Cloning the 0000101010193 11111111113 serodiagnostic tube precipitin antigen Abstr 4th Annual Midwest Microbial Pathogenesis Meeting Ann Arbor MI October 35 1997 Li K F Mirbod PW Thomas and CY Hung 1998 Recombinant Urease of 0000101010193 11111111113 Elicits a Potent Proliferative Response of T Cells in Immune BALBc Mice Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Atlanta Georgia May 1721 1998 Hung CY JJ Yu and GT Cole 1998 Cloning and Functional Analysis of the Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 Tube Precipitin Antigen Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Atlanta Georgia May 1721 1998 Yu JJ and GT Cole 1998 Development of a Transformation System for 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc for Microbiol Atlanta Georgia May 1721 1998 Thomas PW H Wu KR Seshan and GT Cole 1998 Elevated Expression and Activity of the Bacteriallike Chitinase CTSl of Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 Correlates with Endosporulation Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc for Microbiol Atlanta Georgia May 1721 1998 GueveraOlvera L JJ Yu CY Hung and GT Cole 1999 Isolation and expression of the ornithine decarboxylase ODC gene of 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Chicago F51 p 305 Yu JJ CY Hung PW Thomas and GT Cole 1999 Isolation and expression of the g1 391 39 3 J 39 J 39 J 39 J GAPDH gene of 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Chicago F52 p 305306 Thomas PW and GT Cole 1999 Chitinase a potential target for an antifungal drug Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Chicago F53 p 306 Hung CY JJ Yu and GT Cole 1999 Expression and immunoreactivity of the spherule outer wall antigen of 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Chicago F83 p 312 Reichard U J J Yu KR Seshan and GT Cole 1999 Transformation of 0000101010193 11111111113 and molecular evidence for haploidy of this fungal pathogen 1999 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Chicago F22 p 299300 Delgado N TN Kirkland and GT Cole 2000 Applications of microarray technology to identify differentiallyexpressed genes of 0000101010193 11111111113 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Los Angeles F89 p 339340 Hung CY C Fradin JJ Yu M Fisher and GT Cole 2000 Functional analysis of a major spherule wall outer wall antigen SOng of Cocc1d101d63 11111111113 Abst Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Los Angeles F61 p 332 Page 18 Garry Thomas Cole Mirbod F and GT Cole 2000 Evaluation of a Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 ureasedef1cient mutant Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Los Angeles Fl7 p 322 Hung CY U Reichard JJ Yu and GT Cole 2001 Replacement of the gene which encodes a major immunoreactive cell surface antigen and adhesin SOng of the human fungal pathogen Cocc1d101des 11111111t1s Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Orlando Florida May 2125 2001 Cole GT 2001 Differential expression of parasitic phage genes of Cocc1d101des 11111111t1s Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Orlando Florida May 2125 2001 Cole GT and C Fradin 2001 Isolation and characterization of a macrophage binding protein of Cocc1d101des 11111111t139s Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Orlando Florida May 2125 2001 Delgado N JJ Yu J Xue CY Hung and GT Cole 2001 A novel l3 glucanosyltransferase from Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Orlando Florida May 2125 2001 Delgado N JJ Yu CY Hung AG Nila R Schaller C N Okeke X Chen GT Cole 2002 Genomic Studies of Cell WallAssociated Synthases and Hydrolases of Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Salt Lake City Utah May 1923 2002 Nila AG and GT Cole 2002 Isolation and Characterization of Four Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 Septin SEP Genes Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Salt Lake City Utah May 1923 2002 Xue JM JJ Yu CY Hung N Delgado and GT Cole 2002 Recombinant Glucanosyltransferase rGell of Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 Protects Against Pulmonary Coccidioidomycosis in C57BL6 Mice Abstr Annual Meeting Am Soc Microbiol Salt Lake City Utah May 1923 2002 Schaller RA and GT Cole 2003 quotBLAST Searches of the Cocc1d101des Genome Database Provide Insight into Pathways of Polyamine Metabolismquot Abstr 3rd Am Soc Microbiol and The Inst Genomic Res Conference on Microbial Genomes January 29February l 2003 Cole GT 2003 Dysregulation of host immune response to Cocc1d101des infection Ohio Branch American Society for Microbiology OBASM Cincinnati Ohio April 12 2003 Yu JJ J Xue and GT Cole 2003 quotImmunomodulation of Murine Coccidioidomycosis with a Cocc1d101des posadas11 Bglucosidase Bgl2 glycoproteinquot Abstr Annual Mtg Am Assoc Immunol Denver Colorado May 610 2003 Nila AG and GT Cole 2003 quotDiscovery of Alternative Splicing in Cocc1d101desposadas11quot Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 1822 2003 Okeke CN and GT Cole 2003 quotMorphological Defects and Loss of Virulence of Cocc1d101des posadas11 Caused by Disruption of CHS5 Encoding a Chitin Synthase with a Myosin MotorLike Domainquot Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 1822 2003 Chen X CY Hung and GT Cole 2003 quotIsolation and Characterization of the Chitinase Gene Family of Cocc1d101des posadas11quot Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 1822 2003 Herr RA CY Hung and GT Cole 2003 quotA Family of ProlineRich Antigens of Cocc1d101des posadas11 Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 1822 2003 Yu JJ LF Shubitz T Peng KI Orsbom TN Kirkland GT Cole and JN Galgiani 2003 quotProtection of Mice Against Intraperitoneal or Intranasal Cocc1d101des Infection by Recombinant Cocc1d101des Specific Antigen CSA and Antigen 2PRA Ag2PRA Singly and in Combinationquot Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 1822 2003 Cole GT and CY Hung 2003 A GPIanchored cell surface antigen contributes to the virulence of Cocc1d101des ISHAM San Antonio Texas May 2529 2003 Cole GT and CY Hung 2003 Dysregulation of host immune response to Cocc1d101des infection Joint Meeting of the Mycological Society of America and the British Mycological Society MSNBMS Asilomar California July 2731 2003 Page 19 Garry Thomas Cole Cole GT J Xue R Herr and CY Hung 2003 Successes and pitfalls ofa fungal vaccine Joint Meeting of the 93911 Congress of the European Confederation of Medical Mycology ECMM and the 7Lh Trends in Invasive Fungal Infections TIFI Amsterdam The Netherlands September 28October 2 2003 Cole GT 2004 Dust clouds in the desert 7 a microbiologists warning Centraalbureau Voor Schimmel Cultures Centenary 100 Years of Fungal Biodiversity and Ecology Amsterdam The Netherlands May 1314 2004 Hung CY and GT Cole 2004 A Metalloproteinase Mepl of Coccrdrordesposadasrr Contributes to Evasion of Host Defenses Abstr Annual Mtg Am Soc Microbiol New Orleans Louisiana May 2327 2004 Cole GT 2004 A parasitic phasespecific adhesin of Coccrdrordes contributes to the virulence of this human respiratory pathogen 2004 FASEB Summer Research Conference Snowmass Colorado August 1419 2004 Herr RA CY Hung MJ Gardner and GT Cole 2004 Evaluation of prolinerich antigens of Coccrdrordes posadasrr as candidate vaccines against coccidioidomycosis 2004 FASEB Summer Research Conference Snowmass Colorado August 1419 2004 Nila AG RA Schaller MJ Gardner and GT Cole 2004 quotCharacterization of the Septin Gene Family of Coccrdrordes posadasrrquot Abstr The Inst Genomic Res l6Lh Intl Genome Sequencing and Analysis Conference Washington DC September 2730 2004 Herr RA CY Hung MJ Gardner and GT Cole 2005 Evaluation of prolinerich antigens of Coccrdrordes posadasrr as candidate vaccines against coccidioidomycosis American Society for Microbiology General Meeting Atlanta GA 2005 Tarcha EJ V Basrur CYHung MJ Gardner and GT Cole 2005 A combined immunoproteomicsbioinformatics approach to identification of coccidioidomycosis vaccine candidates American Society for Microbiology General Meeting Atlanta GA 2005 Hung CY J Xue and G T Cole 2007 Mannosylation of recombinant protein antigens augments vaccine efficacy against coccidioidomycosis American Society for Microbiology General Meeting Abstract F023 Toronto Canada May 2125 2007 McMahan C CY Hung and G T Cole 2009 Prolinerich protein Prp homologues as Tcell reactive antigen candidates in a vaccine suitable for protection against coccidioidomycosis American Society for Microbiology Texas Branch Meeting San Marcos Texas March 57 2009 CastroLopezN L Davignon CY Hung B Wickes D Hospenthal L Cancio C Murray S Kim and G T Cole 2009 A novel method for identification of the etiology of fungal infections of burn wounds American Society for Microbiology Texas Branch Meeting San Marcos Texas March 5 7 2009 Taylor J W T J Sharpton J Stajich E Whiston C Ellison CY Hung and G T Cole 2009 Human fungal pathogens molecular mechanisms of hostpathogen interactions Third FEBS Advanced Lecture Course La Colle sur Loup France May 28 2009 Neafsey DE B Barker GT Cole J Galgiani MR Henn CY Hung TN Kirkland S Kroken C McMahan M Orbach D Park S Rounsley TJ Sharpton JE Stajich JW Taylor E Whiston and BW Birren 2009 Analysis of 14 Coccrdrordes fungal genome sequences highlights in complete speciation and natural selection Fungal Genetic Conference Asilomar California March 1722 2009 GonzalezMarin A CY Hung and G T Cole 2009 Coccrdrordes spp suppresses nitric oxide production in murine primary macrophages implications for control of coccidioidomycosis in mice Southcentral Conference on Medical Mycology University of Houston Houston Texas November 2022 Hung CY and G T Cole 2009 The Mechanisms of protective immunity elicited by a live attenuated vaccine against pulmonary Coccrdrordes infection Southcentral Conference on Medical Mycology University of Houston Houston Texas November 2022 Page 20 Garry Thomas Cole Hung CY M Wuthrich B S Klein and G T Cole 2010 Characterization of vaccine immunity against Coccidiordes infection American Society for Microbiology Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Miami Florida March 2226 2010 Wuthrich M B H Gem CY Hung N Rocco K Ersland G Cole and B S Klein 2010 Vaccine induced T17 cells protect against infection with dimorphic fungi American Society for Microbiology Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Miami Florida March 2226 2010 1 ASB Association of Southeastern Biologists AIBS American Institute of Biological Sciences IITRI IIT Research Institute 4 ASM American Society for Microbiology SICAAC 39 C r on A39 39 39 39 Agents and Chemotherapy INVITED LECTURES 1971 quotConidium Ontogeny Is it the Key to a New Systematics of Fungi Imperfectiquot 1St Intemational Mycological Congress Exeter England September 1971 1973 quotDevelopmentalultrastructural Studies of Fungi Imperfectiquot Intemational Symposium on Taxonomy of Fungi Madras India January 1522 1973 1974 quotExperimental Systematic Studies of Hyphomycetes at the following institutes University of Heidelberg Heidelberg West Germany January 1974 Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures Baarn Netherlands March 1974 Universite de Nancy Nancy France May 1974 Universite de Geneva Suisse June 1974 1974 quotNew Methods of Identifying the Imperfect Fungiquot Pennsylvania Branch of the American Society for Microbiology WorkshopSymposium on NonDermatophytic Mycology sponsored by the American Society for Microbiology Thomas Jefferson University Philadelphia Pennsylvania October 1974 1975 quotCurrent Research in Mycologyquot during a Symposium on Clinical Allergy Techniques for the Otolaryngologist University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas Texas April 1975 1975 quotConidiogenesis in the Fungi Imperfectiquot at the Institute fur Meeresforschung Bremerhaven West Germany August 1975 1976 quotDevelopmental Concepts in the Fungi Imperfectiquot University of Laval Quebec Canada Department of Biology April 1976 1977 quotConidiogenesis in the Black Yeastsquot during the Pan American Health Organization 4th International Conference on Mycoses Brazilia Brazil June 7 1977 1977 quotPatterns of Conidial Development in Fungiquot during the Botany Seminar Series University of Michigan Ann Arbor March 16 1977 1978 quotPatterns of Development in Conidial Fungiquot was presented by invitation from Dr T Matsumoto as a special lecture during the Medical Mycology Association of Japan Meetings Fukuoka Japan May 1720 1978 1978 quotUltrastructure of Conidial Developmentquot was presented by invitation from Dr K Tubaki to the Japanese Mycological Society University of Tokyo Japan August 1978 1978 quotContributions of Electron Microscopy to Fungal Classifications was presented by invitation from Dr S Tyler during a symposium on quotElectron Microscopy and Systematics Richmond Virginia December 28 1978 Page 21 1980 1981 1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 Garry Thomas Cole quotSurface Structure and Chemistry of Fungal Sporesquot was presented by invitation from Drs H R Hohl and G Turian during the 3rd International Fungal Spore Symposium in Gwatt Switzerland August 1822 1980 quotSurface Architecture of Fungal Conidiaquot was presented by invitation from Professor H D Behnke to the Lehrstuhl fur Zellenlehre Universitat Heidelberg Heidelberg West Germany February 2 1981 quotUltrastructure and Chemical Composition of Conidial Walls of Asperg lus 1115761quot was presented by invitation from Dr G Hanssler to the Lehrstuhl und Institut fur Biologie III P anzenphysiologie Aachen West Germany February 26 1981 quotMorphogenesis and Pathogenicity of Grapbiola 171106111013 a Fungal Parasite of Palmsquot was presented by invitation from Dr Ross Beever to the Department of Scienti c and Industrial Research Auckland New Zealand August 18 1981 quotBiology of Grapbiola phoenicjs Parasite of Palmsquot was presented by invitation from the Seminar Committee to the Department of Botany University of Alberta Edmonton Alberta Canada February 10 1982 quotRecent Developments in the Classi cation of Conidial Fungiquot was presented by invitation from Dr T T Myoda during a symposium on Advances in Taxonomy and Classi cation of Microorganisms National Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology Atlanta Georgia March 712 1982 quotIsolation and Ultrastructural Examination of Conidial Wall Components of Cocc139d1390139des and Aspergillugquot presented during the SEM Symposia 1982 Anaheim California April 28 1982 quotComparative Studies of Gastrointestinal Colonization and Systemic Spread by Ca11d139da albicans and nonlethal Yeast in the Infant Mousequot was presented during the SEM Symposia 1982 Anaheim California April 28 1982 quotFungal Cell Wall Structure and Chemistryquot was presented by invitation from Dr M Huppert to participate in a symposium on cell Wall Macromolecules and Host Responses during the XIIIth International Microbiology Congress Boston Massachusetts August 813 1982 quotPropagules of Pathogenic Fungiquot was presented during a symposium on The Fungal Propagule cochaired by G T Cole and D Mackenzie during the XIIIth International Microbiology Congress Boston Massachusetts August 813 1982 quotUltrastructure and Morphogenesis of Grapbiola 171106111013 a Mycoparasite of Palmsquot was presented by invitation from Dr S D Russell to participate in Cross Distinguished Speakers Series University of Oklahoma Norman December 7 1982 quotCoccidioides 11111111115 A Model for Characterizing Chemical and Immunological Properties of the Fungal Cell Wall was presented by invitation from Professor E Drouhet to present a seminar to the Department of Bacteriology and Mycology Pasteur Institute Paris France March 8 1983 quotIdenti cation of Wall Antigens in Coccidioides 1111111111153quot invitation from Professor J Salvaggio to present a lecture to the Department of Immunology Tulane Medical School New Orleans May 12 1983 quotMorphogenesis in Coccidioides 11111111113quot invitation from the seminar committee Department of Biology New Mexico State University to present a seminar Las Cruces July 14 1983 quotMorphogenesis and Ultrastructure of the Human Respiratory Pathogen Cocc139d1390139des 1111111139t1squot invitation from Dr Myaji to present a paper during the First International Symposium on Pathogenic Filamentous Fungi Chiba Japan August 31 1983 quotChemical and Antigenic Composition of Cell Wall Fractions of Cocc139d1390139des 1111111139t1squot invitation from Dr F L Jackson to present a seminar paper to the Department of Medical Microbiology University of Alberta Medical School Edmonton Alberta Canada quotSurface Ultrastructure of Candida albicans cell types invitation from Dr R Calderone to participate in symposium on Candida albicans cell surface ASM Annu Meeting St Louis Mo March 49 1984 quotScanning electron microscopy of fungiquot invitation from Dr W J Todd to participate in Page 22 1984 1984 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 Garry Thomas Cole symposium on preparing microorganisms for electron microscopy ASM Annu Meeting St Louis Mo March 49 1984 quotValley fever Investigations into the biology of the causative agentquot invitations from Drs I Ross and E Rodriguez to present seminars at the University of California Santa Barbara and Irvine respectively March 12 and 13 1984 quotValley fever Investigations into the biology of the causative agentquot invitations from Drs I Ross and E Rodriguez to present seminars at the University of California Santa Barbara and Irvine respectively March 12 and 13 1984 Three topics quotThe infant mouse model and candidosis quotAntigenic composition of the cell wall of Coccrdrordes 11111111115quot and quotMorphogenesis and ultrastructure of conidial fungiquot presented as a lecture series sponsored by New Zealand Microbiological Society July 1 August 15 1984 to Departments of Botany and Microbiology at University of Canterbury Christchurch Massey University Palmerston North University of Auckland National Health Institute Wellington University Hospital Ruakura Clinical School Christchurch University of Otago Dunedin Division of Scientific and Industrial Research in Ruakura Palmerston North Auckland and Lincoln New Zealand quotThe biology of Coccrdrordes 11111111113quot Commonwealth Mycological Institute London England August 15 1986 quotImmunoreactive macromolecules from cell Pasteur Institute Paris France Nov 20 1986 quotIsolation and characterization of fungal antigensquot A lecture presented during tenure of a visiting professorship in Brazil April 426 1987 by invitation to the Department of Microbiology University of Sao Paulo Department of Pathology University of Sao Paulo at Botucatu and Department of Cell Biology National University at Rio de Janeiro Immunoreactive components of the infectious conidia of Coccrdrordes 111111111119 an invited lecture presented during the 4th International Fungal Spore Symposium Stirling Scotland June 29July 3 1987 quotImmunoelectron microscopyquot an invited lecture presented during the 14th International Botanical Congress West Berlin July 24 August 1 1987 quotMorphogenesis of Coccrdrordes 11111111113quot Annual Lecture Medical Mycological Society of the Americas MMSA Annual Meeting Miami Beach Fla May 7 1988 wall preparations of Coccrdrordes 111111111119quot Page 23 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 Garry Thomas Cole quotImmunoreactive wall antigens of Coccrdrordes 11111111113quot an invited lecture presented to Department of Microbiology and Immunology University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine Montreal Canada January 29 1988 quotInvasion of the gastrointestinal tract of infant mice by Candida albicansquot during symposium on Gastrointestinal and Systemic Candidiasis ASM Meeting Miami Beach Florida May 813 quotIdentification of macromolecules of potential morphogenetic signi cance in pathogenic fungiquot Smith Kline and French Laboratories King of Prussia Penn Jan 19 1989 quotA potential antifungal reagent for treatment of coccidioidomycosisquot University of Montreal Dept of Microbiology Immunology Montreal Canada Feb 3 1989 quotComposition serologic reactivity immunolocalization of 120Kd tube precipitin antigen of Cocc139d1390139des 111111111119quot Department of Microbiology Stritch School of Medicine Loyola University Chicago April 5 1990 quotPossible role of a proteinase in endosporulation of Coccrdrordes 111111111119quot Symposium Fourth International Mycological Congress Rogensburg West Germany Aug 28 1990 quotFungal cell wallassociated proteinasesquot NATO Workshop on The Fungal Cell Wall and Immune Response Crete September 29 1990 quotSignificance of the fungal cell wall in Cocc139d1390139des 111111111119 infection Maxwell Littman Lecture New York City Department of Health quotHost interactions with Candida albicans in the gastric mucosaquot British Mycological Society International Symposium on Fungal Cell Biology Cytology and Ultrastructure Portsmouth England April 25 1991 quotTargeting Morphogenetic Events of the Parasitic Cycle in Cocc139d1390139des 11111111113quot Symposium on New Strategies in Fungal Disease sponsored by Glaxo Group Research Ltd Brocket Hall Hertfordshire England September 2124 1991 quotThe Tube Precipitin Antibodyreactive Complex of Coccrdrordes 11111111113quot 35th General Assembly of the Japanese Society for Medical Mycology Sendai Japan October 1012 1991 quotWallassociated Autolysins and Fungal Morphogenesisquot College of Biological Sciences University of Guelph Canada November 25 1991 quotThe Infant Mouse Model of Gastrointestinal Candidiasisquot Department of Microbiology University of Montreal Quebec Canada January 10 1992 quotCell Wallassociated hydrolases of Coccrdrordes 1111111111153quot MONTS Lecture Department of Microbiology Montana State University Bozeman Montana February 21 1992 quotFungal Cell Wallassociated Hydrolasesquot Department of Microbiology Georgetown University School of Medicine Washington DC April 24 1992 quotHost Response to Cell Wallassociated Macromolecules of Coccrdrordes 11111111t1lsgquot International Iberoamerican Symposium on Advances in HostParasite Interactions in Fungal Research Mexico City Mexico September 29 to October 2 1992 quotMacromolecular Signals of Coccrdrordes Morphogenesisquot International Symposium on Fungal Dimorphism Cambridge England September 14 1992 quotMorphogenesis in Cocc139d1390139des 11111111115quot Department of Botany University of Guelph Guelph Ontario Canada April 10 1992 quotEarly diagnosis of oak wilt disease Central Texas Arborists Annual Meeting Austin Texas March 12 1992 quotMurine models of gastrointestinal candidiasisquot Department of Microbiology and Immunology University of South Florida Tampa Fla April 1 1993 quotPolyamine metabolism in Coccrdrordes 111111111119 potential targets for novel antifungal drugsquot Mycropharmaceutica Symposium Boston Mass June 1 quotFungal Morphogenesisquot National Insti utes of Health Workshop on Molecular Mycology University of Minnesota Minneapolis Minn June 25 1993 quotIdentification of Tcell reactive proteins in Coccrdrordes 11111111113quot Investigaciones Biologicas Medellin Colombia September 8 1993 Page 24 Corporacion par 1993 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 Garry Thomas Cole Four invited lectures on coccidioidomycosis and candidiasis presented to the Department of Microbiology at the University of Guanajuato and the National University of Mexico City Mexico November 1721 1993 quotA Tcell stimulatory protein from 0000101010195 11111111t15 has homology to the mammalian F antigenquot ISHAM Congress Adelaide South Australia March 1318 1994 quotMolecular characterization of the tube precipitin antigen of 0000101010195 11111111t139squot ISHAM Congress Adelaide South Australia March 1318 1994 quotThe biology of 0000101010195 11111111t139s Department of Microbiology University of Cincinnati Medical School April 22 1994 Biochemical and molecular analyses of urease productionquot Seminar on Molecular Models of Pathogenic Fungi Am Soc Microbiol Washington DC May 23 1995 In vivo development and signi cance of urease production by Cocc1d101des 11111111t1lsg International Symposium on Differentiation and Behavior in Fungal Models Irapuato Mexico September 47 1995 Ammonia production by Cocc1d101des 11111111t15quot International Symposium on Morphogenesis and Metabolism in Opportunistic Pathogens Poitiers France October 38 1995 Molecular Probes for Diagnosis of Coccidioidomycosis Department of Immunology and Microbiology Wayne State University School of Medicine Detroit Michigan April 2 1996 quotDiagnostic Methods for Coccidioidomycosisquot Department of Medical Microbiology and Immunology Ohio State University Columbus Ohio April 17 1996 quotPathogenicity Factors in 0000101010195 11111111t139squot APSMSA Joint Annual Meeting Indianapolis Indiana July 2731 1996 quotIntroduction Vaccines and Immune Responses in Mycosesquot International Union of Microbiological Societies Jerusalem Israel August 1823 1996 quotEvaluation of SCH56592 in Clearance of Gastrointestinal Mucosal Candidiasis from Mice with RetroviralInduced Immunodeficiencyquot 36th ICAAC5 American Society for Microbiology New Orleans Louisiana September 1518 1996 quotMolecular Biology of a Fungal Ureasequot Department of Biological Sciences Clark Atlanta University Jan 9 1997 quotCharacterization of a Fungal Urease and its Impact on Pathogenicityquot Division of Infect Diseases Wayne State University Medical School Detroit Michigan Feb 20 1997 quotMolecular Probes for the Diagnosis of Coccidioidomycosis Symposium for the Program for the Biology of Filamentous Fungi Texas AampM University College Station Texas April 34 1997 quotFunction and Immunoreactivity of WallAssociated Macromolecules of 0000101010195 11111111t1squot 97th General Mtg American Society for Microbiology Miami Beach Florida May 48 1997 quotMolecular Biology of Cocc1d101des 11111111t139squot During the Molecular Mycology Course A Mitchell PT Magee and JE Edwards Organizers Woods Hole Massachusetts August 17 1997 Convener Symposium quotSolving Microbiological Problems with Microscopyquot During the National Meeting of the Microscopy Society of America Cleveland Ohio August 1014 1997 quotProbing the Molecular Intricacies of Cocc1d101des 11111111t15 Causative Agent of San Joaquin Valley Feverquot Department of Microbiology and Immunology and Valley Fever Center for Excellence College of Medicine University of Arizona Health Science Center October 24 1997 quotDevelopment of a Transformation System for Cocc1d101des 11111111t1squot Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology University of Arizona October 24 1997 Invasive fungal growth in human tissue Mycological Society of AmericaSponsored Symposium onyphal Growth San Juan Puerto Rico June 1116 1998 Strategies for development of a fungal vaccine Pasteur Institute Paris France July 1 1998 Page 25 1998 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 Garry Thomas Cole Molecular biology of Coccidioides 111111111119 During the Molecular Mycology Course A Mitchell PT Magee and JE Edwards Organizers Woods Hole Massachusetts August 1417 1998 quotGene cloning and transformation in Coccidioides 111111111119quot Molecular Mycology Course A Mitchell PT Magee and JE Edwards Organizers Woods Hole Massachusetts August 1215 1999 quotPathogenesis of Coccidioides 111111111119quot Department of Pathology University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Texas March 20 2000 quotMechanisms of fungal pathogenesisquot Department of Microbiology and Immunology University of Louisville Medical School Louisville Kentucky June 19 2000 Coccidioides 111111111119 a tough pathogen to control British Society for Medical Mycology London England April 2 2001 Irnmunoreactive macromolecules of Coccidioides 11111111115 candidates for a vaccine against coccidioidomycosis European Conference of Medical Mycology Rhodes Israel June 19 2001 The ThlTh2 paradigm in coccidioidomycosis IV Latino American Congress of Mycology Xalapa Mexico May 1317 2002 The ThlTh2 paradigm in coccidioidomycosis International Union of Microbiological Societies IUMS World Congress Paris France July 27August 1 2002 Immunomodulation counterattack by a fungal pathogen 8Lh International Fungal Biology Conference IFBC Symposium Guanajuato Mexico December l5 2002 Dysregulation of host immune response to 0000101010295 infection University of Toledo Toledo Ohio February 21 2003 Coccidioidomycosis virulence factors and vaccine candidates University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Texas March 13 2003 Dysregulation of host immune response to 0000101010295 infection Michigan State University Ann Arbor Michigan April 1 2003 Coccidioidomycosis virulence mechanisms and host response Department of Microbiology and Immunology Seminar Series Medical College of Ohio Toledo Ohio April 23 2003 American Academy of Microbiology Environmental Pathogens Colloquium Portland Oregon February 68 2004 Coccidioidomycosis Pathology Grand Rounds Medical College of Ohio March 8 2004 Dysregulation of immune response to 0000101010295 infection Dermatology Grand Rounds Skin Diseases Research Center Case Western Reserve University Cleveland Ohio April 8 2004 Experimental Vaccines Against Coccidioidomycosis IUMS San Francisco California July 27 2005 Experimental Vaccines Against Coccidioidomycosis Biannual Molecular Pathogenesis and Host Response Meeting Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory Long Island New York September 1418 2005 Experimental Vaccines Against Coccidioidomycosis Paracoccidioidomycosis Sao Paulo Brazil October 3 2005 What Makes Coccidioides a Dangerous Respiratory Pathogen Department of Microbiology University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio February 2 2006 Developing Recombinant Protein Vaccines to Prevent Coccidioidomycosis American Society for Microbiology Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Denver Colorado March 1317 2006 Virulence Mechanisms of Coccidioides American Society for Microbiology Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Denver Colorado March 1317 2006 Virulence Mechanisms in Coccidioides Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology The University of Texas at Austin September 20 2006 Page 26 gt7 5th IX International Meeting on 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 Garry Thomas Cole Mechanisms of Virulence in Medically Important Fungi International Symposium Advances in the Scienti c Research on Yeasts Valencia Spain October 56 2006 A Multivalent Recombinant Vaccine Against San Joaquin Valley Fever American Society for Microbiology 2006 Texas Branch Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology November 1618 2006 Virulence Mechanisms of Coccial39oides An Environmental Pathogen of Humans Which Resides in the Desert Southwest University of Arkansas Little Rock December 1213 2006 Development of Live and Recombinant Vaccines Against Coccidioidomycosis American Society for Microbiology Biodefense and Emerging Diseases Research Meeting Washington DC February 27March 2 2007 Virulence Mechanisms of Coccidioides Rhoda Benham Award Lecture Medical Mycology Society of the Americas Toronto Canada May 22 2007 A Recombinant Protein Vaccine Against San Joaquin Valley Fever International Research in Infectious Disease Meeting Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases DMID National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease NIAID Bethesda Maryland May 31 2007 Laser Microdissection LMD Analysis of Host Immune Response to Coccidioides Infection University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio UTHSCSA Dental School San Antonio Texas February 05 2008 Molecular Biology of the Fungal Pathogen Coccidioides 11111111115 Eleventh Annual Conference on New and Reemerging Infectious Diseases College of Veterinary Medicine University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign April 17 18 2008 A History of Research on Coccidioidomycosis in the US Tenth Intemational Congress on Paracoccidioidomycosis A Centennial celebration Medellin Columbia August 710 2008 Strategies for Generation of a Recombinant Vaccine Against Coccididiodomycosis Tenth International Congress on Paracoccidioidomycosis A Centennial Celebration Medellin Columbia August 710 2008 Comparartive Genomics of Coccidioides Species Tenth International Congress Paracoccidioidomycosis A Centennial celebration Medellin Columbia August 710 2008 An update on development of live and recombinant protein vaccines against Valley Fever Valley Fever Vaccine Project Bakersfield California April 3 2009 A live geneticallymodified attenuated strain of Coccidioides protects against San Joaquin Valley fever Department of Biology University of Texas at San Antonio April 27 2009 The fungal cell wall of Coccidioides contributes to pathogenesis American Society for Microbiology Conference on Dimorphic Fungal Pathogens Miami Florida March 2226 2010 on ACADEMIC ADVISING COUNSELING AND OTHER STUDENT SERVICES 19721975 Premedical Student Advisor 19751995 Student Advisor Undergraduate Biology Program Division of Biological Sciences 19701995 Supervision of Masters Degree and Doctoral Degree Candidates in Departments of Botany Microbiology and Zoology 19952005 Interview Medical School Candidates MUOT GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION William Cawley MS An ultrastructural study of Wallemia and related genera Cynthia Daniels MS Conidiogenesis in the dermatophytic fungi Keiko Tanaka M S A mucinase of Candida albicans associated with invasion of the human gastrointestinal mucosa Leodocia M Pope PhD The infant mouse as a model for gastrointestinal and systemic candidiasis Page 27 Garry Thomas Cole Ling Yuan PhD Properties and function of a serine proteinase produced by the pathogenic fungus Coccrdioides 11111111115 David Kruse PhD Isolation and characterization of the tube precipitin TP antigen of C 111111111119 Shuchong Pan PhD Karyotypic variation in clinical strains of Coccidrordes 11111111113 Shiwen Zhu PhD Immunoreactive wall components of parasitic cell types of Coccid101d65139111111139t119 Jeih Yu PhD Development of an immunodiagnostic test for oak wilt disease Elaine Rodriguez PhD Cytokine expression during the course of pulmonary coccidioidomycosis in BALBc mice Page 28 Garry Thomas Cole Roger Herr PhD Evaluation of Coccrdrordes posadasrr antigens as recombinantlyexpressed monovalent divalent and chimeric vaccine candidates Eric Tarcha PhD Application of immunoproteomics and bioinformatics to coccidioidomycosis vaccinology CURRENT STUDENTS Amrata RachwaniMS graduate 2007 Characterization of a live vaccine against coccidioidomycosis Cody McMahan MS graduate 2009 A family of prolinerich proteins of Coccrdrordes Brady Hurtgen PhD UTHSCSAUTSA A glycosylated chimeric protein vaccine against Valley Fever POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS Robert A Samson PhD Centraal bureau voor Schimmelcultures Baa1n Netherlands 197778 Leodocia M Pope PhD University of Texas at Austin 198185 Brian C Sutton PhD Commonwealth Mycological Institute Kew England 198283 Marcello Franco MD Paulista Medecina Botucatu Brazil 198788 Elizabeth Bukownik PhD University of Texas at Austin 198789 Kalpathi R Seshan PhD Cambridge University England 19872005 Martine Phaneuf PhD University of Montreal Canada l9909l Li Hsu PhD University of Texas at Austin 199092 Elizabeth J Pishko PhD University of Texas at Austin l99395 Elizabeth E Wyckoff PhD University of Utah 199395 Louise Smithson PhD University of Bath England 199597 Pei W Thomas PhD University of Texas at Austin 199599 JiehJ Yu PhD University of Texas at Austin 19962005 Fariba Mirbod MDPhD Gifu School of Medicine Japan 19962001 Chiungyu Hung PhD University of Texas at Austin l996present Lorenzo GuevaraOlvera PhD Irapuato Molecular Biology Institute and Technological Institute of Celaya Mexico 19982000 Utz Reichard MD Gotingen School of Hygeine Germany 19982000 Chantal Fradin PhD University of Lille France 19982000 Alejandro Nila PhD Irapuato Molecular Biology Institute and Technological Institute of Celaya Mexico 1999 to 2008 Jianmin Xue MD Shanxi Medical University Tiayuan Shanxi China 19992009 Nelson Delgado PhD University of Puerto Rico Puerto Rico 1999 to 2003 J Francisco JimenezBremont PhD Irapuato Molecular Biology Institute and Technological Institute of Celaya Mexico 2000 Ruth Schaller PhD University of Delaware Newark Delaware 2000 to 2007 Carlos RodriguezNester PhD Irapuato Molecular Biology Institute and Technological Institute of Celaya Mexico 2001 Charles Okeke PhD University of Nigeria Nsukka Nigeria 2001 to 2005 Xia Chen PhD Osaka University Medical School Osaka Japan 2001 to 2004 Larisa Fedorova PhD Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology Moscow 2003 Ricardo Borra PhD Federal University of 510 Paulo Brazil 2003 to 2005 Priscilla Borra PhD Federal University of 510 Paulo Brazil 2003 to 2005 Hua Wise PhD University of Texas at Austin 2008 to present Angel GonzalezMarin PhD Corporacion para Investigaciones Biologicas Medellin Columbia 2009 present UNIVERSITYMEDICAL SCHOOL DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEES University of Texas at Austin 197273 Member Committee in charge of Renovation of Painter building for the Division of Biological Sciences H C Bold Chairman 197275 Member College of Natural Sciences Building and Space Committee Representative of Division of Biological Sciences and Department of Botany age Garry Thomas Cole 197374 Biology Library Space Committee 197780 Member College of Natural Sciences Computer Facilities Committee 198385 Member College ofNatural Sciences Space Committee 198789 College of Natural Sciences Promotion and Tenure Committee 198990 University Research Institute Grant Review Committee 199394 University Research Institute Grant Review Committee Division of Biological Sciences UT Austin 197273 Chairman Selfevaluation Committee for Division of Biological Sciences 197578 Member Division of Biological Sciences Council 197577 Chairman Course and Curriculum Committee 198082 Chairman Course and Curriculum Committee 197778 Chairman Biological Sciences Laboratory Committee 197995 Member Biological Sciences Laboratory Committee 198295 Member Course and Curriculum Committee 199194 Member Division of Biological Sciences Council Department of Botany UT Austin 197374 Departmental Advisory Committee 197677 Chairman Seminar Committee 1977 Search Committee Cryptogamic Botany Position 1978 Search Committee Plant Physiologist Position 197980 Member Committee on Vacancies 198085 Staff Evaluation Committee 198081 Botany Curriculum Committee 198185 Chairman Department of Botany Space Committee 1988 Promotion and Tenure Committee 198889 Coorganizer Departmental Visiting Committee Meetings 199394 Representative University Research Institute Department of Microbiology and Immunology MUOT 199597 Member Academic Long Range Planning Committee 199597 Member Appointments and Promotions Committee 1995 Member Research Council 199798 Chair TenurePosttenure Policy Committee 199798 Member Department of Surgery Search Committee 199799 Member Institutional Resources Committee 1997 Member Academic Strategic Committee 199899 Chair Medical College of Ohio Search Committee for Director of the Classrm of the Future 199899 Chair Research Implementation Committee 199899 Member President s Policy Implementation Committee 200305 Academic Research Master Plan Committee Department of Microbiology and Immunulogy UTHSCSA 2007 Member PhD Preliminary Exam Pramod Kumar Mishra May 14 2007 2008 Member PhD Preliminary Exam Rhonda Flores June 10 2008 2008 Member PhD Preliminary Exam Delma Thompson Department of Biology UTSA 2006 Member Prioritizing of the Science Building West Campus Committee 2006 Member College of Science Research Vision Committee 2006 Member South Texas Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases Executive Committee Page 30 Garry Thomas Cole 2006 Member RCMI Director Search Committee 2006 Member West Campus Building Committee 2006 Member Director of Proteomics Search Committee 2006 Member COS Strategic Planning Committee 2006 Member Department of Biology Faculty Review Advisory Committee FRAC 2006 Member Faculty Advisory Committee FAC 2006 Member Department of Biology Faculty Staff Merit Evaluation Committee 2009 Member Faculty Senate GRANTSMAN SHIP 1970 National Science Foundation Faculty Association Research Grant NSF USDP Developmental studies in the fungi imperfecti 3865 December 1970 1971 Biomedical Sciences Support Grant BSSG University of Texas Purchase of freezeetch fracture equipment 7595 July 1971 1972 Research Corporation BrownHazen Fund Purchase of freezeetch fracture equipment 7828 May 1972 1972 National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Experimental taxonomic studies of hyphomycetes 31237 672 574 1973 National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Scanning electronmicroscopic studies offungi 50800 173 674 1973 Biomedical Sciences Support Grant University of Texas Freezeetch studies of hyphomycetes 2000 573 274 1973 Research Corporation BrownHazen Fund Freezeetch studies of hyphomycetes 2383 1173 1074 1973 University Research Institute University of Texas Faculty research assignment at the University of Heidelberg West Germany 2500 1273 874 1973 Dow Chemical Company Biological control of Morocystrcs aerugrhosa by chromonas danrca 2000 573 1273 1974 Pan American Health Organization Experimentaltaxonomic studies of certain hyphomycetes pathogenic to man 5000 174 1274 1974 National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Electron microscopic and cytochemical studies of hyphomycetes 784 174 774 1974 National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Experimentaltaxonomic studies of hyphomycetes 35000 674 576 1975 University Research Institute University of Texas Scanning electron microscopy of soft biological material 2400 475 875 1975 University Research Institute University of Texas Purchase of freezeetch equipment 2000 1075 576 1975 Pan American Health Organization Ultrastructural studies of dermatophytes 10090 1275 1176 1976 National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Experimental taxonomic studies of hyphomycetes 36600 676 578 1977 National Science Foundation USJapan Cooperative Science Program Ultrastructure chemistry and immunological studies of the surface wall layers of microfungi 26000 12 77 8 78 1977 Biomedical Sciences Research Grant BSRG University of Texas Ultrastructure of dermatophytic fungi 4500 1177 578 1978 National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Experimental taxonomic studies of conidial fungi 60000 878 780 1978 North Atlantic Treaty Organization Experimentaltaxonomic studies of coelomycetous fungi Page 31 Garry Thomas Cole 4740 778 679 1978 University Research Institute University of Texas Investigations of gastrointestinal candidiasis of infant mice 4800 378 778 1979 North Atlantic Treaty Organization Experimentaltaxonomic studies of coelomycetous fungi developmental and ultrastructural investigations 2300 779 6 80 1979 National Institutes of Health NIAID Study of gastrointestinal and systemic candidiasis 289305 179 1281 Page 32 1980 1982 1983 1985 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1989 1989 1991 1992 1992 1993 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1997 1998 1999 Garry Thomas Cole National Science Foundation Biosystematics Program Experimental taxonomic studies of coelomycetous fungi 73575 780 683 University Research Institute University of Texas Antigenic composition of the walls of different cell types of Candida a1b139ca115 5000 1282 883 National Institutes of Health NIAID Pathogenic vibrio intestinal mucosal interactions AI 20395 Consultant Electron microscopic studies of hostpathogen interactions 8183 73186 5 effort 12000 Texas Advanced Technology Research Program Fungal endophytes of forage grasses 350000 918583187 University Research Institute University of Texas Purification of immunoreactive macromolecules from Coccrdrordes 11111111113 18971 6 1 8583 1 86 National Institutes of Health NIAID AI 19149 Immunoreactive macromolecules in Cocc139d1390139des cell types 353015 9186 83189 Veterans Administration Research Grant Factors relating to virulence of Cocc139d1390139des 11111111113 58356 10186 93189 Co investigator with Dr S H Sun The UpJohn Company Kalamazoo Michigan Ultrastructural aspects of GI tract colonization and invasion by Ca11d1da a1b139ca115 27000 9187 83 1 88 Lilly Research Laboratories Indianapolis Indiana Evaluation and comparison of LY121019 and amphotericin B in the elimination of Candida a1b139ca115 from body organs of persistently colonized immunocompromised mice 39091 12187 113088 National Institutes of Health NIAID Immunoreactive macromolecules in Coccrdrordes cell types continuation of Grant AI 19149 555928 918983192 Lilly Research Laboratories Indianapolis Indiana Evaluation of cilofungin in clearance of oropharyngeal esophageal and gastrointestinal candidiasis 54299 10189113090 Lower Colorado River Authority Antigen detection kit for early diagnosis of oak wilt disease 221410 3191 22894 Lower Colorado River Authority Supplemental Grant Monoclonal antibody production for development of immunodiagnostic reagent in support of oak wilt study 20000 90192 22894 National Institutes of Health NIAID Immunoreactive macromolecules in Coccrdrordes Cell Types 1285000 PI 90192 83197 MERIT Grant United States Department of Agriculture USDA Immunochemical detection of oak wilt disease 21250 60193 53194 Shaman Pharmaceuticals Inc Oral administration of anti Ca11d1da drugs for clearance of GI candidiasis 7821 80193 11594 National Institutes of Health NIAID Project Center Grant P0194AI09 Isolation and expression of Tcell antigens 636000 10194 123198 Schering Plough Corporation Evaluation of SCH in clearance of oropharyngeal esophageal and gastrointestinal candidiasis in mice with retroviralinduced immunodeficiency 36141 12195 63098 National Institutes of Health STTR954 Small Business Technology Transfer Award Molecular probes for diagnosis of coccidioidomycosis 100000 070196 063098 National Institutes of Health NIAID Immunoreactive macromolecules in Coccrdrordes cell types 1881077 PI 050197 043002 MERIT Grant National Institutes of Health Coccidioidomycosis Vaccine Research Network PI 96802 11197 103198 National Institutes of Health NIAID Project Center Grant P0194AI09 Isolation and expression of Tcell antigens 913 982 10199 123104 California Health Care Foundation San Francisco Molecular approach to development of a vaccine against coccidioidomycosis PI 250000 010199123199 Page 33 Garry Thomas Cole 1999 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Burroughs Wellcome Fund Visiting Professorship CoPI 5000 090199083100 1999 National Cancer Institute Institutional Predoctoral Training Grant CoPI 687298 030199 022803 2000 California HealthCare Foundation San Francisco Valley Fever Vaccine Project BSL3 expansion and capital expenditure 346000 010100083101 2000 National Institutes of Health Immunoreactive macromolecules of Coccidioides cell types RSUM PI 110556 050100092902 2001 National Institutes of Health Coccidioides immitis genome sequencing project Supplement 29430 062101123101 2002 National Institutes of Health Immunoreactive Macromolecules of Coccidioides Cell Types PI 9300233107 CURRENT ACTIVE RESEARCH SUPPORT RO1Al071118A Period 0301200802282013 Pl Cole GT m Pl NIHNIAID m A Recombinant Protein Vaccine Against Coccidioidomycosis The ma39or goal of this project is to develop an epitopedriven chimeric vaccine using cell wall derived antigens of the live strain of Cocodivides to elicit a protective response against coccidioidal infection AnnualTotal direct cost 250000 1 250000 Effort 5 Overlap NONE RO1Al070891A Period 05012007043002012 Pl Taylor J Role Colnvestigator NlHNlAlD m Coccidioidomycosis Genome Comparison Selection and Transcription The ma39or goals of this project are to identify genes unique to Coccidl39odes compared to its nonpathogenic relative Unahocarpus identify genes that show positive selection between Cocodivides and Unclnocarpus and identify genes of Cocodivides with signi cant transcription differences between saprobic and parasitic phases of Cocodivides both in vitro and in vivo AnnualTotal direct cost 113899 563431 Effort 5 Overlap NONE UTSAMeridian Contract Period 010106 12312010 Pl Cole GT Meridian Bioscience lnc Project will be renewed annually m Cocodivides culture project The ma39or goal of this project is to optimize culturing methods to produce antigens for diagnosis of coccidioidomycosis AnnualTotal direct cost 1 1 019 39858 Effort 3 Overlap NONE Valley Fever Vaccine Project Period 010120106302011 Pl Clark SE Role Colnvestigator California Department of Public Health award 0911657 Title Cocodivides culture project Page 34 Garry Thomas Cole The ma39or goal of this project is to generate recombinant chimeric proteinPA constructs which will be formulated with a novel adjuvant GEM particle The protective efficacy of the antigen GEM complexes will be evaluated using a murine model of coccidioidomycosis AnnualTotal direct cost 170474 305797 Effort 5 Overlap NONE PENDING RE SEARCH SUPPORT UTSA San Diego State University Contract Period 0901201008312013 Pl Morgan E Role Colnvestigator NIH RC4 m Coccidioidomycosis A novel approach for vaccine development The ma39or goal ofthis project is to develop a vaccine against coccidioidomycosis using unique Coccidioides specific antigens coupled with EP67 a novel adjuvant derived from the human complement C5a fragment AnnualTotal direct cost 206790 637941 Effort 15 Overlap NONE NlHNlAlD RO1 Garry T Cole Pl Virulence Mechanisms of Coccidl39odes 090110083115 20 cal yr 250000yr The ma39or goals ofthis project are to identify and characterize factors which contribute to the virulence ofthis human respiratory pathogen These virulence factors may represent potential drug targets Overlap None Brooke Army Medical Center Garry T Cole CoPl Laser Microdissection With PCRamplified DNA A Novel Method for Determining the Etiology of Fungal Infections of Burn Wounds 060110053111 06 cal yr MCHEMDI 50382 The ma39or goal ofthis project is to apply laser microdissection technique DNA isolation PCR and sequence analysis to identify the etiological agents which cause fungal infections of burn wound patients Overlap None NlHNlAlD RO1 Garry T Cole CoPl Comparative Whole Genome Expression Pro ling During Fungal Spore Germination 090110083115 05 cal yr 75000yr The ma39or goals ofthis project are to characterize gene expression during early stages of Cocodivides spore germination both in vitro and in vivo with the aim of identifying novel molecular targets for antifungal drugs Overlap None 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