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Thomas J. Walsh

Director of Transplantation - Oncology Infectious Diseases Program

Cornell University

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Cornell University

130 E. Seneca Street Suite 520

Ithaca, New York,14850

United States

Company Description

Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell University is a private institution that was founded in 1865. Today, it consists of 14 different schools that operate under the umbrella of the university. Cornell ranks 15 on the list of best national universities, 16 on the lis...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of the Transplantation - Oncology Infectious Diseases Program

Weill Cornell Medical College


Adjunct Faculty Positions

Johns Hopkins University


Chief, Immunocompromised Host Section

National Cancer Institute


Director of the Transplantation - Oncology Infectious Diseases Program In the Division of Infectious Diseases of the Department of Medicine

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital


Editor

American Society for Microbiology


Senior Investigator, Chief, Immunocompromised Host Section, Pediatric Oncology Branch

National Institutes of Health


Researcher

NIH Institutes


Affiliations

International Commission on the Taxonomy of Fungi

Member


iCo Therapeutics Inc

Strategic Advisory Board Member


International Immunocompromised Host Society

Councilor


Annals

Reviewer Or Member of the Editorial Board


Landes Bioscience

Advisory Board Member


Western Section AUA

Board Member


Psyche Pharmaceuticals , Inc.

Advisory Board Member


Education

University of Texas Health Science Center


M.D.


M.D. degree

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


MD

Univ. of Washington


medical degree

The John Hopkins University School of Medicine


Web References(177 Total References)


Award Lectures

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Thomas Walsh; Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY


www.infectioncontroltoday.com

Thomas J. Walsh, MD, FACP, director of Cornell University's transplantation-oncology infectious diseases program, has presented several studies on active barrier protective uniforms.
He explains, "Bacteria are highly adherent organisms. Look for a fabric that is designed to repel most fluids."(1) Fluid repellency stops organisms from sticking to fabrics so there are fewer germs on the on the fabric.(2) This also protects the wearer from unexpected sprays and splashes of dangerous substances. As Walsh adds, "The second mechanism of action may be direct antimicrobial effect of the disinfectant embedded into the fabric.


VESTEX :: In the News

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Thomas J. Walsh, MD, FACP, director of Cornell University's transplantation-oncology infectious diseases program has presented four research posters on the new textile technologies.
Dr. Walsh explains, "Bacteria are highly adherent organisms. Dr. Walsh continues, "The second important mechanism of action is the possible direct antimicrobial effect of the antimicrobial agent imbedded into the fabric.


VESTEX :: In the News

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It takes only a small amount of moisture, a little bit of grime or grease or dirt, which has a small amount of protein, and bacteria are very happy to proliferate," said conference speaker Thomas J. Walsh, FACP, director of Cornell University's transplantation-oncology infectious diseases program and part of the research team working on the new fabric, known as VTT-003 or by its trade name, VESTEX™.


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Thomas J. Walsh, M.D.
"The Role of Surveillance Cultures in Treatment and Prevention of Fungal Infections in Patients Receiving Antineoplastic Therapy" Medical Officer Thomas J. Walsh, M.D. Medical Officer National Cancer Institute


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