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Benjamin T. Bradley, MD, PhD
Medical Director: Virology and Molecular Infectious Diseases
Assistant Professor (Clinical), University of Utah School of Medicine
- Clinical virology
- molecular pathogen detection
- infectious disease pathology
- Doctorate Degree—Tulane University School of Medicine
- Medical Degree—Tulane University School of Medicine
- Residency—Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, University of Washington Medical Center
- Fellowship—Clinical Microbiology, University of Utah/ARUP Laboratories
- American Board of Pathology (Anatomic and Clinical Pathology)
- Development and clinical implementation of viral diagnostics
- Direct-from-tissue detection of infectious organisms
- Infectious disease pathology education
- Paul Stranjord Young Investigator Award (2020)
- Stranjord-Clayton Award (2020)
- Jacob Ambrose Storck Prize (2017)
- Wondimu B, et al. Cokeromyces recurvatus incidentally found in a patient with gastric outlet obstruction. Mycopathologia. 2022. [Published online ahead of print Aug 2022]
- Bradley BT, et al. Anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody levels measured by the AdviseDx SARS-CoV-2 assay are concordant with previously available serologic assays but are not fully predictive of sterilizing immunity. J Clin Microbiol. 2021;59(9):e0098921.
- Donlan AN, et al. IL-13 is a driver of COVID-19 severity. JCI Insight, 2021;6(15):e150107.
- Addetia A, et al. In vivo generation of BK and JC polyomavirus defective viral genomes in human urine samples associated with higher viral loads. J Virol. 2021;95(12): e00250–21.
- Phipps WS, et al. Unexpected presence of an unusual opioid in a patient with chronic pain. Clin Chem. 2021;67(4):596–99.
- Bradley BT, et al. Histopathology and ultrastructural findings of fatal COVID-19 infections in Washington State: a case series. Lancet. 2020;396(10247):320–32.
- Bradley BT, et al. Emerging respiratory infections: the infectious disease pathology of SARS, MERS, pandemic influenza, and Legionella. Semin Diagn Pathol.2019;36(3):152–59.
- Peddu V, et al. High-resolution profiling of human cytomegalovirus cell-free DNA in human plasma highlights its exceptionally fragmented nature. Sci Rep. 2020;10(1):3734.