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Chance J. Luckey

Associate Professor
Unit: School of Medicine
Department: Department of Pathology
Office location and address
21 Hospital Dr
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Education
BA, Science and Ethics, University of Georgia
MD/PhD, Immunology, University of Virginia
Residency, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Fellowship, Brigham and Women's Hospital
AS-CHEM A Spatially Organized Microphysiological Model of the Human Lymph Node
Source: U.S. NIH Institute of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengi
September 17, 2019 – June 30, 2024
Immunobiology of Transfusion
Source: U.S. NIH Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute
September 15, 2019 – June 30, 2022
MD-PATH Cyokine control of red blood cell alloimmunization
Source: U.S. NIH Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute
December 15, 2016 – November 30, 2021
Signaling and Transcriptional Control of T Follicular Helper Cells and RBC Alloimmunization
Source: U.S. NIH Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute
September 01, 2018 – August 31, 2020
Immunobiology of Transfusion
Source: Bloodworks Northwest
September 01, 2017 – June 30, 2019
Cancer Center Support Grant - Year 21
Source: U.S. NIH Cancer Institute
June 05, 2012 – January 31, 2016
MD-PATH Transcriptional Control of Memory Responses to Red Blood Cell Alloimmunization
Source: U.S. NIH Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute
July 13, 2015 – December 31, 2015
BIOL 4930: Distinguished Major Thesis Research
Credits: 2
This course is the final semester of Independent Research for participants of the Biology Distinguished Majors Program. During this semester, students will complete their laboratory investigations, ultimately presenting the sum of their work in a written thesis. Prerequisite: Instructor Permission
PATH 8130: Topics in the Molecular Basis of Human Disease I
Credits: 2
A series of joint lectures by basic and clinical scientists that focuses on the clinical context of a specific biomedical problem and the contemporary research that has resulted in major advances and treatment of the disease. Note: Students may take part II before part I of this course.
BIMS 8131: Topics in the Molecular Basis of Human Disease
Credits: 2
A series of joint lectures by basic and clinical scientists that focus on the clinical context of a specific biomedical problem and the contemporary research that has resulted in major advances and treatment of the disease. Students participate in workshops on grantsmanship with coincident feedback on student's specific aims from faculty experts.
BIMS 8132: Topics in the Molecular Basis of Human Disease
Credits: 2
A series of joint lectures by basic and clinical scientists that focus on the clinical context of a specific biomedical problem and the contemporary research that has resulted in major advances and treatment of the disease. Students participate in workshops on grantsmanship with coincident feedback on student's specific aims from faculty experts.
PATH 8140: Topics in the Molecular Basis of Human Disease II
Credits: 2
This is a series of joint lectures by basic and clinical scientists that focuses on the clinical context of a specific biomedical problem and the contemporary research that has resulted in major advances and treatment of the disease. Note: Students may take part II before part I of this course. This is a series of joint lectures by basic and clinical scientists that focuses on the clinical context of a specific biomedical problem and the contemporary research that has resulted in major advances and treatment of the disease.
PATH 9995: Topical Research
Credits: 1–12
Original research on approved problems.
PATH 9999: Non-Topical Research
Credits: 1–12
Dissertation research credit for students who have completed their advancement to candidacy.