research

Pharmacology is the core of translational research leading to ways of alleviating disease. We study how mast cells are involved in allergy and inflammation. We showed that mast cells are activated by CRH and neurotensin secreted under stress to release inflammatory molecules selectively, including mitochondrial DNA ("innate pathogen") leading to disruption of the gut-blood-brain barriers and to inflammation. We have also shown that the flavonoid luteolin is inhibitory, and a patented liposomal formulation NeuroProtek®, benefits patients with allergies, autism and chronic fatigue syndrome.

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recent publications

Here you will find over 100 publications from the Theoharides’ Lab relevant to his research in Pharmacology and Drug Development.

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Awards & Honors

Awards and honors for Dr. Theoharides.

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video presentations

A look into Dr. Theoharides’ lectures or interviews on various topics.

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Lecture Slides

Follow along copies of slides Dr. Theoharides has lectured with.  Some may be used in conjunction with video lecture presentations or guides for research.

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Clinical studies

Papers on past and present clinical studies.

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Testimonials

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Featured presentation

AUTISM - A Pharmacologist's View.


 

Learn more about T. C. Theoharides, MS, PhD, MD, FAAAAI

New "innate pathogens" discovered by Dr. Theoharides (PDF)

 

Recent News Media

Autism Spectrum Programs at The Boston Conservatory

National Psoriasis Foundation - News Article

 

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