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James Cook, MD

James Cook, MD

Medicine

Infectious Disease
Clinical Professor
Co-Director, Infectious Disease and Immunology Research Institute,Division Director, Infectious Disease

Languages Spoken

English
Patient Ratings
5 / 5 (30 Ratings)
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Clinical Expertise

  • TB Infection

About Dr. Cook

Interests

Medical Education

Medical School
Baylor College of Medicine
Residency
University of Utah Hospital and Clinics - Internal Medicine: General
Fellowship
  • University of Utah Hospital and Clinics - Internal Medicine: Infectious Disease

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine Subspecialty Infectious Disease

Research

  • E1A oncogene induced sensitization to NK cell induced apoptosis requires PIDD and Caspase-2. Radke, JR; Routes, JM; Cook, JL, Cell death discovery
  • Human adenovirus infections: update and consideration of mechanisms of viral persistence. Radke, JR; Cook, JL, Current opinion in infectious diseases
  • PIDD-dependent activation of caspase-2-mediated mitochondrial injury in E1A-induced cellular sensitivity to macrophage nitric oxide-induced apoptosis. Radke, JR; Figueroa, I; Routes, JM; Cook, JL, Cell death discovery
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  • Expression of adenoviral E1A throws the PIDD switch. Radke, JR; Cook, JL, Cell death & disease
  • Mechanisms of pathogenesis of emerging adenoviruses. Cook, J; Radke, J, F1000Research
  • E1A enhances cellular sensitivity to DNA-damage-induced apoptosis through PIDD-dependent caspase-2 activation. Radke, JR; Siddiqui, ZK; Figueroa, I; Cook, JL, Cell death discovery
  • Identification of Bacillus anthracis PurE inhibitors with antimicrobial activity. Kim, A; Wolf, NM; Zhu, T; Johnson, ME; Deng, J; Cook, JL; Fung, LW, Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry
  • Indole trimers with antibacterial activity against Gram-positive organisms produced using combinatorial biocatalysis. McClay, K; Mehboob, S; Yu, J; Santarsiero, BD; Deng, J; Cook, JL; Jeong, H; Johnson, ME; Steffan, RJ, AMB Express
  • Low-Level Expression of the E1B 20-Kilodalton Protein by Adenovirus 14p1 Enhances Viral Immunopathogenesis. Radke, JR; Yong, SL; Cook, JL, Journal of virology