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Allison Ostdiek

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Chicago
DepartmentSurgery-Animal Resource Center
Phone+1 (773) 7027838
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    I have been involved with veterinary medicine with an emphasis on research since 2006. I am currently a clinical veterinarian in the Department of Surgery at the University of Chicago.
    My background as a veterinarian (DVM 2010) and a researcher (PhD 2014) enables me to provide the medical knowledge needed for projects and assist with the surgical aspects. I have worked with swine cardiovascular models in industry and academia, and have an intimate knowledge of their behaviors, allowing me to judge possible post- procedural changes. I am also trained to read pathology and use a scanning electron microscope. I bring my knowledge of animals, wound healing, nanotechnology, pathology, and biomaterials to my previous and current research. I am always interested in collaborations.


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    1. Mailhiot D, Ostdiek AM, Luchins KR, Bowers CJ, Theriault BR, Langan GP. Comparing Mouse Health Monitoring Between Soiled-bedding Sentinel and Exhaust Air Dust Surveillance Programs. J Am Assoc Lab Anim Sci. 2020 01 01; 59(1):58-66. PMID: 31862019.
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    2. Anthony GJ, Bader KB, Wang J, Zamora M, Ostdiek A, Antic T, Krueger S, Weiss S, Trogler WC, Blair SL, Kummel AC, Sammet S. MRI-guided transurethral insonation of silica-shell phase-shift emulsions in the prostate with an advanced navigation platform. Med Phys. 2019 Feb; 46(2):774-788. PMID: 30414276.
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    3. Ostdiek A, Langan G. Response to Protocol Review Scenario: A need for more justification. Lab Anim (NY). 2017 07 20; 46(8):320. PMID: 28731064.
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    4. Ostdiek AM, Ivey JR, Grant DA, Gopaldas J, Grant SA. An in vivo study of a gold nanocomposite biomaterial for vascular repair. Biomaterials. 2015 Oct; 65:175-83. PMID: 26164402.
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    5. Ostdiek AM, Ivey JR, Hansen SA, Gopaldas R, Grant SA. Feasibility of a nanomaterial-tissue patch for vascular and cardiac reconstruction. . 2016 Apr; 104(3):449-57. PMID: 25891427.
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    6. Wood AJ, Cozad MJ, Grant DA, Ostdiek AM, Bachman SL, Grant SA. Materials characterization and histological analysis of explanted polypropylene, PTFE, and PET hernia meshes from an individual patient. J Mater Sci Mater Med. 2013 Apr; 24(4):1113-22. PMID: 23371769.
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