Hometown: Knoxville, TN
Medical School: University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Terada Y, Harrison MS, Nava R, Witt C, Byers D, Vazquez Guillamet R, Meyers B, Pasque M, Patterson A, Kreisel D, Puri V, Hachem R, Takahashi T. Incidentally Detected Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia in Hilar Lymph Nodes at the Time of Lung Transplantation: A Case Report. Transplant Proceedings. July 2021; S0041-1345(21): 426-7.
Frye CC, Gauthier JM, Gerull WD, Morkan DB, Bery A, Harrison MS, Terada Y, Van Zanden JE, Marklin G, Pasque MK, Nava RG, Meyers BF, Patterson GA, Kozower BD, Hachem R, Byers D, Witt C, Kulkarni H, Kreisel D, Puri V. Donor Management Using a Specialized Donor Care Facility is Associated with Higher Organ Utilization from Drug Overdose Donors. Clinical Transplantation. March 2021; 35(3): e14178.
Li W, Gauthier JM, Tong A, Terada Y, Higashikubo R, Frye CC, Harrison MS, Hashimoto K, Bery AI, Ritter JH, Nava RG, Puri V, Wong BW, Lavine KJ, Bharat A, Krupnick AS, Gelman AE, Kreisel D. Lymphatic drainage from bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue in tolerant lung allografts promotes peripheral tolerance. Journal of Clinical Investigation. 16 Nov 2020; 130(12): 6718-6727.
Tanaka S, Gauthier JM, FuchsA, Li W, Tong AY, Harrison MS, Higashikubo R, Terada Y, Hachem RR, Ruiz-Perez D, Ritter JH, Cella M, Colonna M, Turnbull IR, Krupnick AS, Gelman AE, Kreisel D. IL-22 is required for the induction of bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue in tolerant lung allografts. American Journal of Transplantation. May 2020; 20(5): 1251-1261.
Frye CC, Harrison MS, Puri V. Commentary: Pleural Metastases in Thymic Tumors: Is Surgery the Answer? The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. Feb 2020; 159(2): 717-718.
Harrison MS, Frye CC, Puri V. Commentary: Outcomes and transferability of ex vivo lung perfusion. The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. Jan 2020; 159(1): 356-357.
Harrison MS, Gauthier JM, Krupnick AS, Gelman AE, Kreisel D. The emerging role of regulatory T cells following lung transplantation. Immunological Reviews. 19 Sept 2019; 00: 1-15. (Gauthier and Harrison contributed equally and share first authorship.)
Puri V, Hachem RR, Frye CC, Harrison MS, Semenkovich TR, Lynch JP, Ridolfi G, Rowe C, Meyers BF, Patterson GA, Kozower BD, Pasque MK, Nava RG, Marklin GF, Brockmeier D, Sweet SC, Chapman WC, Kreisel D. Unintended consequences of changes to lung allocation policy. American Journal of Transplantation. 2019; 00: 1-4.
Harrison MS, Frye CC, Puri V. Health metrics in lung cancer care: Measure, improve, repeat. The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. March 2019; 157(3): 1236-1237.
Semenkovich TR, Frye CC, Harrison MS, Subramanian M, Kozower BD, Meyers BF, Puri V. The role of small or single-institution prospective studies in thoracic research. Journal of Thoracic Disease. Mar 2019;11(Suppl 4): S555-S561.
Pantalos G, Higginson T, Barrow B, Deshpande R, Heidel1 J, Riggs A , Mallone CJ, Pereira D, Harrison MS, Roussel1 T, Sharp K, Sutton E, Dhamotharan V, Burgess J, Anta J. Surgical Capabilities Development for Reduced Gravity. Abstracts of the Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference. 19 Dec 2017.
Pantalos G, Crigger M, Warner S, Lents G, Mallonee CJ, Pereira D, Harrison S, Ackerman L, Higginson T, Barrow B, Callahan S, Armagno A, Fairfax J, Roussel T, Sutton E, Sharp MK, Burgess J, Antaki J. Parabolic and Suborbital Flight Evaluation of an Aqueous Immersion Surgical System for Reduced Gravity: NASA Payload 49-P/155-S Annual Update. Abstracts of the 2017 NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop. 24 Jan 2017.
Harrison MS, Thomas JT. An examination of AIM2 expression in response to human papillomavirus and infectious microbes in cervical cancer cell lines. Southeastern Biology. April 2013; 60(2): 99.
Harrison MS, Thomas JT. AIM2 Protein Levels in Response to Human Papillomavirus and the Impact of Infectious Microbes in Cervical Cancer Cell Lines. Abstracts of the 2012 Science Undergraduate Research Symposium. 3 Dec 2012.
Hammonds RL, Harrison MS, Cravanas TC, Gazzola WH, Stephens CP, Benson RS. Biomimetic hydroxyapatite powder from a bacterial cellulose scaffold. Cellulose. Dec 2012; 19(6): 1923-1932.
Graft-Resident CD11c Cells are Critical for the Maintenance of Tolerance Following Lung Transplantation
Funding Source: NIH F32 ($134,892)
PI: Margaret Shea Harrison
Role: Principal Investigator
Basic Science Research Training – Cardiopulmonary Surgery
Funding Source: NIH T32 ($159,680)
PI: Ralph Damiano
Role: Post-doctorate Research Fellow