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James C. Hogg MD, PhD.
Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
University of British Columbia
U.B.C. McDonald Research Laboratory / The iCAPTURE Centre
St. Paul's Hospital, Burrard Building,
1081 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 1Y6
Phone: (604) 806-8346 (ext.62949)
Fax: (604) 806-8351
E-mail: jhogg@mrl.ubc.ca

 
     
 

Dr. Hogg has been on the Staff of the University of British Columbia located at St. Paul's Hospital since 1977 and is Currently an Emeritus Professor of Pathology at UBC. He earned his medical degree from the University of Manitoba in1962 and a Ph.D. in Experimental Medicine from McGill University in Montreal in 1969 and completed residency training in
Anatomic Pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital and McGill University. He maintains an active Research program focused on the inflammatory process in the lung with particular reference to the structure and function of the lungs in COPD. He works in collaboration with Dr Peter Pare, Dr. Stephan Van Eeden and Dr Shizu Hayashi.




Education / Training:

University of Manitoba MD Medicine 1962
McGill University Msc Experimental Medicine 1967
McGill University PhD Experimental Medicine 1969
Massachusetts General Hospital Resident Anatomic Pathology 1969-70
McGill University Resident Anatomic Pathology 1970-71


Special Professional Qualifications:

Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons FRCP(C) 1974
Royal Society of Canada FRSC 1992
US National Board of Medical Examiners Diploma 1963
Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada 1963
Quebec Licence #72-666 1972
B.C. Licence #716 1977


Recent Publications:

van Eeden SF, Tan W, Qiu D, Suwa T, Mukae H, Vincent R, Hogg JC. Cytokines involved in the systemic inflammatory response induced by exposure to particulate matter air pollution (PM10). Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A312, 2001.

Fujii T, Hayashi S, Hogg JC, Vincent R, van Eeden SF. Particulate matter air pollutants induce cytokines expression in human bronchial epithelial cells. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A361, 2001.

Meshi B, Vitalis T, Ionescu D, Elliott MW, Hayashi S, Hogg JC. Latent adenoviral infection and lung inflammation in cigarete smoke-induced emphysema in guinea pigs. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A698, 2001.

Ogawa E, Higashimoto Y, Hogg JC, Hayashi S. The role of edenovirus E1A in airway remodeling. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A736, 2001.

Kuyper LM, Paré PD, Hogg JC, Ionescu D, Weir T, Lambert R, Bai TR. Characterization of lumenal contents in fatal asthma. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A757, 2001.

Ionescu D, Elliott WM, Meshi B, Rogers RM, Sciurba FC, Lifshultz B, Paré PD, Hogg JC. Comparison of airway wall dimensions and composition in severe COPD and asthma deaths. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A789, 2001.

Fitzgerald MF, Spicer D, Lisle H, Bowyer N, Sturton RG, Minshall D, Meshi B, Ionescu D Shrad MT, Hogg JC. Efficacy of the PDE 4 inhibitor, bay 19-8004, in a smoke-induced model of pulmonary inflammation in the guinea pig. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A905, 2001.

Nakano Y, Coxson HO, Moore BJ, van Eeden SF, Hogg JC. Quantification of emphysema by CT based on an estimate of normal lung expansion. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A907, 2001.

Ionescu D, Elliott W, Utokaparch S, Meshi B, Rogers R, Sciurba F, Paré PD, Hogg JC. Inflammatory changes in airway wall compartments during the progression of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A909, 2001.

Suwa T, Hogg JC, Klut ME, Hards J, van Eeden SF. Interleukin-6 induces lung sequestration of neutrophils by deformability. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A950, 2001.

Yamada K, Elliott WM, Brattsand R, Valeur A, Hogg JC, Hayashi S. Molecular mechanism of decreased steroid responsiveness induced by latent adenoviral infection in allergic lung inflammation. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 163:A951, 2001.


 
     
   
     

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