Charles T. Lutz, MD, PhD

Vice Chair for Research
Director of Molecular Pathology

Practice areas

Practice areas

Clinical interests

  • Histocompatibility and Tissue Typing
  • Laboratory Medicine
  • Molecular Genetic Pathology
  • Protein Electrophoresis

Charles T. Lutz, MD, PhD

Vice Chair for Research
Director of Molecular Pathology

Biography

My name is Charles T. Lutz; I received my medical degree from the University of Chicago, Division of the Biological Sciences, Pritzker School of Medicine. I am board certified by the American Board of Pathology in Clinical Pathology and in Molecular Genetic Pathology.

Faculty rank

Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Education

Degree
University of Chicago, Division of the Biological Sciences, Pritzker School of Medicine

Residency
Barnes Jewish Hospital, St. Louis

Certifications or Special training
American Board of Pathology
American Board of Pathology, Clinical Pathology
American Board of Pathology, Molecular Genetic Pathology

Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

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Recent Publications

(Five most recent publications from PubMed via an automated list based on the provider’s ID and the University of Kentucky.)
  1. Al-Attar A, Presnell SR, Peterson CA, Thomas DT, Lutz CT.
    The effect of sex on immune cells in healthy aging: Elderly women have more robust natural killer lymphocytes than do elderly men.
    Mech Ageing Dev. 2016 Jun;156:25-33.
  2. Hart JD, Lutz CT, Jennings CD, May JR, Nelson K, Jacobs S, Hoopes CW.
    Falsely incompatible B-cell flow cytometry crossmatch after pronase treatment: a case report.
    Transplant Proc. 2015 Apr;47(3):831-3.
  3. Presnell SR, Al-Attar A, Cichocki F, Miller JS, Lutz CT.
    Human natural killer cell microRNA: differential expression of MIR181A1B1 and MIR181A2B2 genes encoding identical mature microRNAs.
    Genes Immun. 16(1):89-98.
  4. Lutz CT, Al-Attar A, May JR, Jennings CD.
    Alloantibody to a Bw4 epitope in a Bw4+B*27: 05 patient.
    Transplantation. 2014 Oct 27;98(8):853-6.
  5. Lutz CT.
    Human leukocyte antigen Bw4 and Bw6 epitopes recognized by antibodies and natural killer cells.
    Curr Opin Organ Transplant. 2014 Aug;19(4):436-41.

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