Why do you work at Friendship?
I was interested in returning to the DC area from having lived and worked in the area about 5 years ago. I knew about Friendship from living in the area before, and the hospital has an outstanding reputation across the country. The culture and values of the hospital, as well as providing the opportunity to live and work inside the District, made it stand out.
- Undergraduate: Texas A&M University – 2008
- Vet School: University of Illinois – 2012
- Internship: Purdue University
- Residency: University of Illinois
Clinical Areas of Interest
I have strong interest in interventional procedures, as well as optimal management of congestive heart failure.
- Stack, J.P., Fries, R.C., Kruckman, L., Schaeffer, D.J. Reference Intervals and Echocardiographic Findings in Leonberger Dogs. Journal of Veterinary Cardiology. (2019) Epub ahead of print.
- Stack, J.P., Moslehi, J., Sayed, N., and Wu, J.C. Cancer Therapy-induced cardiomyopathy: can hiPSC Modelling Prevent it? European Heart Journal. 40(22) (2019): 1764-1770.
- Kooreman, N.G.*, de Almeida, P.*, Stack, J.P.*, Nelakanti, R.V., Diecke, S., Shao, N., Swijnenburg, R., Sanchez-Freire, V., Matsa, E., Connolly, A.J., Hamming, J., Quax, P., Brehm, M., Greiner, D., Shultz, L., and Wu, JC. Alloimmune responses of humanized mice to human pluripotent stem cell therapeutics. Cell Reports. 20 (2017): 1978-1990. [*Equal Contribution]
- Al Ahmad, A. , Lee, B., Stack, J., Parham, C., Campbell, J., Clarke, D., Fertala, A., and Bix, G. J. “Endostatin Binds Nerve Growth Factor and Thereby Inhibits Neurite Outgrowth and Neuronal Migration In-vitro.” Brain Research. 1360 (2010): 28-39.
I engaged in biomarker research in feline heart disease during my residency. I look forward to continued collaborations on this project with my colleagues at the University of Illinois, as well as new opportunities for research with my colleagues at Friendship.