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Allison B. Reiss

Head of the Inflammation Section

Winthrop University Hospital

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Winthrop University Hospital

259 First Street

Mineola, New York,11501

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1896 by a group of local physicians and concerned citizens, Long Island's first voluntary hospital is a 591-bed university-affiliated medical center and ACS Level 1 Trauma Center offering a full scope of inpatient and outpatient programs and service... more

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Employment History

Position, Molecular Biology


Associate Professor of Medicine

SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine

Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine

New York University School of Medicine


American Federation for Medical Research

Chair, Membership Committee




CUNY Brooklyn College


University of North Carolina


SUNY Downstate College of Medicine

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Winthrop | Departments : Education : CME [cached]

Allison B. Reiss, M.D.Head, Inflammation SectionVascular Biology Institute

AFMR - National Council [cached]

Allison Reiss, MD
Chair, Eastern Section Allison Reiss, MD Current Position: Dr. Allison B. Reiss is Head of Inflammation Section at Winthrop Research Institute as part of Winthrop University Hospital and Associate Professor of Medicine at SUNY Stony Brook School of Medicine Education: She received her BS in Biology from CUNY Brooklyn College and her MD from SUNY Downstate College of Medicine Clinical Interest: Cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer's disease Research Interest: Immune regulation of lipid metabolism in atherosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease Award and Honor: American Heart Association Grant-in-Aid (current) Current AFMR position: Chair, Eastern Section Dr. Reiss is a physician/scientist and educator with over 25 years of experience in basic and translational research. In 2004, she joined Winthrop University Hospital where she is currently an Associate Professor of Medicine. Dr. Reiss is the Head of an Inflammation Laboratory that focuses on the effect of immune and inflammatory processes on the delicate balance of cholesterol inflow and outflow from cells in the arterial wall and brain. Her lab looks specifically at atherosclerosis in diabetes, renal failure, and rheumatic diseases and at lipid flux in Alzheimers disease. After completing a residency in Internal Medicine at UMDNJ-Rutgers, Dr. Reiss spent five years doing post-doctoral work in Molecular Biology at NYU School of Medicine. This was followed by further training in macrophage and endothelial cell biology in the Division of Hepatic Diseases at NYU School of Medicine. While pursuing this path, she also continued clinical practice on a part-time basis. In 1994, her laboratory published the first paper demonstrating that cholesterol metabolism takes place in vascular endothelium via the enzyme P450 27-hydroxylase. Recent publications have characterized the effect of methotrexate and biologic anti-TNF agents on cholesterol transport. Dr. Reiss has been an AFMR Member since the 1990s and believes in the vital mission of the organization to encourage physicians to involve themselves in biomedical research. As Chair of the AFMR Membership Committee, she is eager to spread the word about all the enrichment and advocacy opportunities available to all AFMR. Dr. Reiss greatly enjoys teaching and mentoring students at all levels.

Related Information [cached]

"This is a small study with powerful implications," said Dr. Allison Reiss, head of the Inflammation Section at Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola, N.Y.
"We know that the groundwork for Alzheimer's disease is laid many years before symptoms appear, but predictive tests to tell us who will develop the disease have not yet been developed," Reiss explained. "More work is necessary, but these results are an encouraging first step," she said. SOURCES: Allison Reiss, M.D., head of the Inflammation Section, Winthrop-University Hospital, Mineola, N.Y.; Paul Wright, M.D., chairman of neurology, North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, N.Y., and Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New Hyde Park, N.Y.; Neurology, news release, June 10, 2015

AFMR - Committees - National Council [cached]

From left to right: Amir Zeki, Leticia Ryan, Allison Reiss, Viranuj Sueblinvong, Dawn Davis, Octavian Ioachimescu, Adriana Ioachimescu, Armand Krikorian, Janice Dutcher, Robert Freishtat, Keith Colburn, Michael Schivo, Philippe Montgrain, Iuliana Shapira, Elizabeth Chouinard, David Green, Michael McPhaul, MingMing Ning, Nicole Pinkham.
Allison B. Reiss, M.D. Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola NY

Allison B. Reiss, M.D.
Member, Term: Dec 31, 2018 Winthrop University Hospital, Mineola NY

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