12165-Leland, Diane
Faculty

Diane S. Leland, PhD

Professor Emeritus of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

Bio

Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Indiana University School of Medicine, 1995 to present, Associate Professor 1984-95, Assistant Professor 1980-84.

Director of the Clinical Serology and Diagnostic Virology Laboratory for IU Health (formerly Clarian, formerly Indiana University) 1989 -2015.

Program Director of the Indiana University School of Medicine B.S. in Clinical Laboratory Science Program 2006 to present.

Graduate Program Adviser for the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 1989 to present.

Member of the Indiana University School of Medicine Graduate Faculty, 1990 to present.

 

Key Publications

 

Leland, D.S.  2015. Parainfluenza and Mumps Viruses, p. 1487-1497, In J.H. Jorgensen, M. Pfaller, K.C. Carroll, G. Funke, M.L. Landry, S. S. Richter, and D. W. Warnock (eds), Manual of Clinical Microbiology, 11th ed.  American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC. 

 

Leland, D.S. and Relich R. 2016. Measles, Mumps, and Rubella, p. 610-619, In B. Detrick, R. G. Hamilton, and J. D. Folds (eds), Manual of Molecular and Clinical Laboratory Immunology, 8th ed. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, DC.

 

Leland DS, Relich RF. 2016. Viral Antigen Detection Methods, p. 95-104. In Hodinka R, Loeffelholz M, Pinsky B, Young S (eds.).  Clinical Virology Manual, 5th ed.  American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC.

 

Landry ML, Leland DS. 2016. Primary Isolation of Viruses, p. 79-93, In S. Specter, R. Hodinka, S. Young, and D. Wiedbrauk (eds.).  Clinical Virology Manual, 5th ed.  American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC.

 

Titles & Appointments

  • Professor Emeritus of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
  • Education
    1986 PhD Indiana University
    1977 MS University of Vermont
    1970 BS Indiana University
  • Research

    Rapid diagnosis of viral infections through molecular and antigen detection methods. 

    Antibody detection for diagnosis of infectious and autoimmune disease.

    Use of molecular methods for genotyping and quantitative assessment of therapy and disease progresion.

     

  • Professional Organizations
    American Society for Microbiology
  • Clinical Interests

    Teaching and student mentoring.

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