Department of Internal Medicine
Dee Dee Stafford, M.D., Ph.D.
Dr. Stafford's clinical and research interests include general rheumatology and antoantibody regulation.
Honors, Awards, and Organizations
- Merrick Junior Scientist Award, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Board of Directors
- Pfizer Postdoctoral Fellowship
- ACR Senior Rheumatology Scholar Award
- Arthritis Foundation Aadel Askari Memorial Award (humane values in clinical rheum)
- Research Award, Department of Medicine
- Cellular & Molecular Biology Training Program, Medical Scientist Training Program
- Honors in Biology, Cum laude
- Anderson, C.J., Neas, B.R., Uchiumi, T., and Stafford, H.A. 2001. Autoantibodies to the 20 kD ribosomal proteins: Identification, characterization, and new aspects on prevalence in systemic lupus erythematosus. Clin. Immunol. 98:249-257.
- Stafford, H.A., Pan, Z., and Anderson, C.J. 2001. Possible role of antiidiotypes in the loss of anti-topoisomerase I antibodies: comment on the article by Kuwana et al. Arthritis Rheum. 44:737.
- Pan, Z., Anderson, C.J., and Stafford, H.A. 2001. A murine monoclonal anti-idiotype to anti-ribosomal P antibodies: production, characterization, and use in systemic lupus erythematosus. Clin. Immunol. 100:289-297.
- Reichlin, M., Broyles, T., Hubscher, O., James, J., Lehman, T.A., Palermo, R., and Stafford, H.A. 1999. Autoantibodies to ribosomal P proteins are more prevalent in juvenile-onset system lupus erythematosus than in the adult disease. Arthritis Rheum . 42:69-75.