Personal Information

Steven Donald House
Provost and Executive Vice President
Campus Box 2200
Elon University
Elon, NC 27244-2010

Phone: (336) 278-6647
Fax: (336) 278-6650
E-mail: shouse@elon.edu

 

Education

Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N.Y.
Postdoctoral Fellow, 1983-1986, Physiology and Cellular Biophysics

University of Arizona, Tuscon, Ariz.
Ph.D., with honors, 1983, Physiology

Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Bachelor of Science, 1977, Biology

 

Work Experience

2015 – Present
Provost and Executive Vice President
Elon University, Elon, N.C.

2009 – 2015
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Elon University, Elon, N.C.

2006 – Present
President’s Senior Staff
Elon University, Elon, N.C.

2006 – 2009
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Elon University, Elon, N.C.

2001 – Present
Full Professor with Tenure, Department of Biology
Elon University, Elon, N.C.

2001 – 2009
Founding Dean, Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences
Elon University, Elon, N.C.

2000 – 2001
Full Professor with Tenure, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

1997-2001
Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

1996-2001
Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, School of Graduate Medical Education
Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

1994-2001
Director of Health Professions, Heath Science Advisory Committee
Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

1993-2000
Associate Professor with Tenure, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

1987-1993
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences
Seton Hall University, South Orange, N.J.

1987
Visiting Professor
Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan

1986-1989
Associate Research Scientist, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Columbia University, New York, N.Y.

1983-1986
Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Columbia University, New York, N.Y.

1977-1983
Teaching Assistant, Department of Physiology, College of Medicine
University of Arizona, Tuscon, Ariz.

 

Other Leadership Positions

Elon University, Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trustees, 2015 – Present

Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Academic Alliance – Provosts’ Council Chair-Elect, 2015 – Present

 

Teaching Experience

2002-Present
Elon University
Elon 101: A specially designed academic course/program that introduces first-semester students to life at Elon; directed Elon 101 for Elon College Fellows Living Learning Community

1996-2001
Various Institutions
Including: Faculty College VI @ Seton Hall: Using Information Technology to Enhance Teaching and Learning — on the Web

1987-2001
Seton Hall University
Lectures and laboratories in Biology, Physiology, Pharmacology, and Anatomy and Physiology

1983-1988
Columbia University
Discussion and laboratory sections for medical and dental students

1977-1983
University of Arizona
Organization, lectures and laboratory exercises in Cardiovascular Physiology for engineering students; discussion and laboratory sections for medical students

 

Honors

Elon College Faculty Excellence Award, Elon University, 2009

Student Mentoring Recognition: “Setting the Standard for Teaching”
Seton Hall University Magazine, Summer/Fall 2002

Special Appreciation Award for Teaching and Advising
Seton Hall University, 2001

Outstanding Service Award
Seton Hall University, 1996

Seton Hall University Advisor Award, 1996

Trustees’ Scholarship Award
Seton Hall University, 1995

Students Choice Award for Outstanding Teaching
Seton Hall University, 1995

Microcirculatory Award: Travel Award for Outstanding Young Investigators
Microcirculatory Society, 1991

FIRST Independent Research Support and Transition Grant Award
National Institute of Health, 1990

Travel Award to the Fourth World Congress of Microcirculation, Tokyo, Japan
International Institute for Microcirculation, 1987

Visiting Expert Award
Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Republic of China, 1987

Grega-Zacharkow Young Investigator Award
Microcirculatory Society, 1985

Outstanding Dissertation Award
University of Arizona, 1983

Biomedical Research Forum Award
Arizona Health Sciences Center, 1982

Award for Meritorious Performance in Teaching
University of Arizona Foundation, 1981

Summer Research Support Award
University of Arizona, 1980, 1982

 

Invited Presentations

National Society for Experiential Education 44th Annual Conference, “Are You Ready? Leveraging Digital Technologies to Prepare Students for an Engaged Learning Environment,” with Coker, Sparks, and Schachle, St. Pete Beach, Florida, 2015

AAC&U Annual Meeting, Liberal Education, Global Flourishing, and the Equity Imperative, “When Experiential Education Flourishes:  A Longitudinal Study of Student Outcomes,” with Book, Coker, and Heiser, Washington DC, 2015

CIEE Annual Conference, Breaking Barriers: Cost. Curriculum. Culture, “Data-Driven Decision Making in Addressing Study Abroad Barriers,” with Pelton, Geis, and Springer, Baltimore, Maryland, 2014

National Society for Experiential Education 42nd Annual Conference, “Understanding the Impact of Experiential Education: A Longitudinal Study of the Elon Experience and the National Survey of Student Engagement,” with Book, Coker, and Heiser, St. Pete Beach, Florida, 2013

Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) 97th Annual Meeting, “The Rewards and Challenges of Comprehensive Internationalization,” San Francisco, 2011

Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) 97th Annual Meeting, “Teaching Global Citizenship Across Campus,” San Francisco, 2011

Associated New American Colleges (ANAC) 2008 Summer Institute, “Faculty Scholarship and Sponsored Programs,” 2008

Associated New American Colleges (ANAC) 2007 Summer Institute, “Elon College Fellows: A Path from Inquiry to Research,” 2007

Associated New American Colleges (ANAC) 2007 Summer Institute, “The Institutional Culture and Commitment of Educating Global Citizens,” 2007

American Conference of Academic Deans and the Phi Beta Kappa Society, “The Institutionalization of Internationalization as a University Priority,” Washington, D.C., 2005

Keynote Speaker at Leadership Development Institute, “Creating a Vision for Your Organization,” Elon University, 2004

Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences, “Making the Transition from Associate Dean to Dean,” Washington, D.C., 2001

Keynote Speaker at Elon University Phi Eta Sigma Induction Ceremony, 2001

Special Appreciation Award for Teaching and Advising, Seton Hall University, 2001

Distinguished Lecture Series, Raritan Valley Community College, 2001

New Jersey Intercampus Network (NJIN) – Faculty Colloquia, “The Castor Oil Cure, An Interactive Physiology Syllabus,” 2001

Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences, “The Dean in a Virtual University,” Toronto, Canada, 2000

NJIN Best Practices Showcase, “Faculty Engagement in SHU’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Initiatives” and “An Interactive Physiology Syllabus – Tour Guide to the Human Body,” 2000

3rd Annual Ubiquitous Computing Conference, “Not Just the Good News: Issues, Barriers and Lessons Learned,” 2000

IBM ThinkPad University Fly-in, 1999, 2000, 2001

Keynote Speaker at Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education – 9th Annual Research Colloquium, 1998

Keynote Speaker at Seton Hall University First Year Convocation, 1996

American Museum of Natural History, New York, N.Y., “The Heart: It takes a licken’ and keeps on ticken’,” 1995

Satellite Symposium to the Fourth World Congress of Microcirculation, Vascular Endothelium in Health and Disease, Taipei, Taiwan, Aug. 5-6, 1987

The 50th Jubilee Congress of the Hungarian Physiological Society and IUPS Sponsored Satellite Symposium on Structure-Function Relation in the Microcirculatory Network, Budapest, Hungary, July 1-7, 1985

 

Fellowships and Research Awards

StressGen Inc. and University of Connecticut, Peter Guidon and Steven D. House. $12,000 – 1998-2000

National Institute of Health: FIRST Independent Research Support and Transition Grant Award, “Microvascular cell dynamics in the inflammatory process.” $486,000 – June 1990-May 1996

Seton Hall University Research Council Award, 1988-1989, 1989-1990

Postdoctoral National Research Service Award, NIH, 1983-1986

Predoctoral National Research Service Award, NIH, 1977-1982

University Fellowship, University of Arizona, 1978-1983

 

Grants and Awards

Citrone Family, Elon’s Design Thinking Initiative, 2016

Duke Endowment, Lisa Pennington, Elizabeth Rogers, Steven House, A Regional Partnership for the Development of a Physician Assistant School at Elon University, with Alamance Regional Medical Center and Moses Cone Health System, $900,000, 2010

Verizon, Seton Hall University, $100,000 for Introduction of Wireless Technology to Science Departments, 2001-2006

Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey, Steven D. House – Director and University Officer, $255,000 for Scholarships, 1998-2001

State of New Jersey, James VanOosting and Steven D. House, Seton Hall University/Sussex Community College, $150,000, 1997-1998

 

Honor Societies, Professional Societies and Service to the Profession (past and present)

Phi Beta Kappa – Liberal Arts and Sciences Academic Honor Society

Phi Kappa Phi – National Academic Honor Society

Omicron Delta Kappa – National Leadership Honor Society

Piedmont Triad Higher Education Innovations Council (HEIC)

Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Accreditation Committee member

Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences

American Heart Association, New Jersey – Research Peer Review

American Physiological Society

Microcirculatory Society – Membership Committee, Awards Committee, Nominations Committee (Chair)

Journal Reviewer: Microvascular Research

Journal Reviewer: American Journal of Physiology

Journal Reviewer: Gastroenterology

National Institute of Health Scientific Reviewer

National Association of Advisors for the Health Professions

 

University Service

Elon University

Provost Inclusive Community Team (PICT), 2013 – Present

Long Range Planning Committee, 2009 – Present

Campus Facility Master Plan Committee, 2009 – Present

Strategic Planning Committee, 2008 – Present

Search Committee for Vice President for University Advancement, 2008

Chair of Search Committee for Dean of Education, 2007 – 2008

Provost’s Advisory Council, 2007 – Present

Long Range Planning Subcommittee to Develop New Interdisciplinary Science Initiatives, 2007-2009

Chair of Search Committee for Dean of Love School of Business, 2006 – 2007

Member of President’s Senior Staff, 2006 – Present

Created and Directed CELEBRATE!, Elon’s weeklong celebration of student achievements in academics and the arts, 2006 – Present

University Budget Committee, 2004 – Present

Participant, Southern University Conference, 2005

Faculty Workload Committee, 2003 – 2004

Faculty Diversity Committee, 2003 – 2004

Elon College Fellows Living Learning Community Director, 2003 – Present

Faculty Evaluation Committee, 2002 – Present

Elon College Fellows Committee, 2002 – Present

Elon College Facilities Planning Committee, 2001 – Present

Salary Planning Committee, 2001 – 2002

Student Evaluation Instrument Committee, 2001 – 2002

Deans’ Advisory Council, 2001 – Present

Academic Affairs Advisory Council, 2001 – Present

Admissions Hospitality Tours, 2002 – Present

Ernest A. Koury Business Center Program Committee, 2001 – 2003

Phi Beta Kappa Steering Committee, 2001 – Present

Seton Hall University

IT Five-Year Strategic Planning Committee, 2001

Academic Council’s Academic Computing/IT Task Team, 2000 – 2001

Law School Self-Study Committee, ABA/AALS accreditation, 1999 – 2000

Web Executive Committee, 1999 – 2001

Freshman Studies Dean Search Committee, 1999

Mobile Computing Presentations – Fall Open House, Freshman Preview and other Recruiting Events, 1999, 2000

Institutional Image Task Force, 1998 – 2001

Emerging Market Recruiting Campaign – Presentations on Mobile Computing, 1998

Chair of Search Committee for Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, 1998

Chair of College of Arts and Sciences Academic Computing Committee, 1997 – 2001

Associate Dean, Arts and Sciences, 1997 – 2001

Virtual University Advisory Board, 1997 – 2001

Mobile Computing Task Force, 1997 – 2001

Provost Search Committee, 1996 – 1997

Virtual University Proposal Review Committee, 1996 – 1997

Teaching, Learning, and Technology Executive Committee, 1996 – 2001

Task Force on the Establishment of a Virtual University, 1996 – 1997

CAT Steering Committee – Committee on Academic Technology, 1996 – 2001

Peer Teaching Consultant Network, 1995 – 2001

Director of Health Professions, Health Science Advisory Committee, 1994 – 2001

Admissions Committee for Dual Degree BS and Doctor of Physical Therapy, 1995 – 2001

Admissions Committee for Dual Degree BS and Masters of Physician Assistant, 1995 – 2001

University Committee on Allied Health, 1994 – 1996

Gender Equity Task Force (NCAA), 1992

Seton Hall Research Council Award Member, 1991 – 1993

By-Laws Committee Chairperson, 1991 – 1992

By-Laws Committee Member, 1990 – 1992

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, 1990 – 1996

New Jersey Master Faculty Program: Seton Hall University’s “Buddy Project,” 1988 – 1989

New Jersey Grant “Retention – Two: The Second Phase at Seton Hall University,” 1988 – 1989

Academic Advisor, 1988; Participant in Academic Advising Seminar at Seton Hall University, Sept. 30 – Oct. 1 and Oct. 7 – Oct. 8, 1988

Faculty Fellow, Seton Hall University, 1989 – 1990

 

Community Service

Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, Personnel Committee, 2009 – 2012

Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, Clerk, 2007 – 2008

Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, Vestry, 2006 – 2008

Elon Homes for Children, Inc., “Early College School Program” committee, 2004 – 2005

Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, Shepherding Committee, 2004 – 2006

Elijah’s Promise Coordinator (New Brunswick Soup Kitchen)

New Brunswick Interfaith Emergency Aid (Founding Member)

Elder, Second Reformed Church New Brunswick (in charge of Outreach Program and chair of Lay Training Supervised Ministry Program)

 

White Papers

A Changing Business Model in Higher Education; Emerging Technologies in Teaching and Learning and Discovery (full version and abridged version), 2013

Creating a Climate of Second-Language Proficiency at Elon, 2014

 

Dissertation

The Venular Network of Skeletal Muscle and Microcirculatory Homeostasis Advisor, Paul C. Johnson, Ph.D.

 

Research

To elucidate the role of blood rheology as a determinant of microvascular function in health and disease using techniques of intravital microscopy

To investigate leukocyte-endothelial interactions during the inflammatory process

To examine the effects of circadian rhythm on the inflammatory process

To study the effects of drugs (ibuprofen, glucocorticoids, cocaine, gallium, morphine, lead) on the inflammatory process

To study the effects of heat shock proteins on the inflammatory process

 

Select Abstracts

Ocasio, Frank, Yuhui Jiang, Xin Yu, Steven D. House and Sulie L. Chang “Lipopolysaccharide-mediated Vascular Coagulation in Chronic Morphine Treated Rats” (2002) Abstract, 64th Annual Meeting of the Committee on Problems in Drug Dependence.

House, S.D., L.E. Hightower, R. Kyriakos, R.S. Bockman, T. Mistry, P.A. Gallegher and P.T. Guidon.  In vivo studies of gallium, stannous chloride (SnCl2) and heat shock in the inflammatory response. FASEB Journal Vol 14, #4, A11, 2000.

Felix, B.A., J.K. Anday, M. Fila, S.D. House, and S.L. Chang.  Morphine enhances permeability across vascular endothelial cell barriers.  Society for Neuroscience, 2000.

Mistry, T. and S.D. House.  Effect of lead on inflammatory microhemodynamics.   The 9th Annual Research Colloquium, Seton Hall University, School of Graduate Medical Education: 4, 1998.

House, S.D., D. Espinelli, J. Bersig, G-D Wu, and S.L. Chang.  Morphine alters the balance between interleukin-1b mediated systemic and local inflammatory responses. Microcirculation, FASEB Journal Vol 12, #4, A33, 1998.

Kyriakos, R.N., J.M. Bersig, P.G. Guidon, and S.D. House. The immunosuppressant Gallium Nitrate does not impair the inflammatory response in vivo. The 8th Annual Research Colloquium, Seton Hall University, School of Graduate Medical Education: 48, 1997.

Bersig, J.M., J.J. Riesenman, and S.D. House. Single large dose glucocorticoid therapy inhibits leukocyte-endothelium adhesion in rat mesentery. Microcircualtion 3: 80, 1996.

Chang, S.L., D. Espineli, G-D Wu, J.E. Zadina and S.D. House. The effects of systemic administration of interleukin-1 Beta on mesenteric leukocyte-endothelium adhesion in rats receiving chronic treatment with morphine. 3rd Annual Symposium on AIDs, Drugs of Abuse and the Neuroimmune Axis, 1995.

House, S.D., J.M. Bersig, R.L. Moldow, and S. L. Chang. Chronic cocaine treatment increases leukocyte- endothelium interactions in rat mesentery, Microcirculation: 2, 106, 1995.

Chang, S.L., J.M Bersig, J.E. Zadina, and S.D. House. Chronic exposure to morphine attenuates leukocyte-endothelial interactions (LEI) in the rat mesentery, CPDD, 1995.

Chang, S.L., Wu, G., Li, B. Patel, N.A., Moldow, R.L., House, S.D. and Zadina J.E. Differential modulation of neuro-immune axis by chronic treatment with morphine versus cocaine, XXVI International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC), 1995.

Riesenman, J., J. Bersig, S.A. Humphrey, and S.D. House. Chronic exposure to ibuprofen inhibits leukocyte-endothelium interactions in rat mesentery, FASEB Jl., Vol 8, p A1055, 1994.

Humphrey, S.A., C. W. Rocholl, and S.D. House. Chronic exposure to glucocorticoids reduces leukocyte- endothelium interactions during inflammation. FASEB Jl., Vol 7, p A888, 1993.

House, S.D., W.F. Koscienski III, S.A. Humphrey, and R.L. Moldow. The effects of circadian rhythm of endogenous anti-inflammatory levels on leukocyte-endothelium interactions. FASEB Jl., Vol 6, p A2075, 1992.

House, S.D. and C. Slater. In vivo studies of the effects of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) on the inflammatory process. Proceedings of Fifth World Congress for Microcirculation, 39, 1991.

House, S.D. and E. Nazziola. Leukocyte-endothelium interactions: Specificity of venous endothelium for adhesion dominates hydrodynamic factors. Proceedings of Fifth World Congress for Microcirculation, 39, 1991.

House, S.D. and C. Slater. Effects of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) on microvascular dynamics. FASEB Jl. Vol.4: A591, 1990.

Tsai, A.I., H.M. Tseng, S. Usami, K.M. Jan, S.D. House and L.T. Chen. Studies on splenic microcirculation with triple-tracer intravital fluorescence microscopy. FASEB Jl., Vol. 3: A1403, 1989.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Preferential margination of leukocytes; hydrodynamic forces vs leukocyte-endothelium specificity. FASEB Jl., Vol. 3: A1389, 1989.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Leukocyte-endothelium adhesion: In vivo measurements of microhemodynamics and force of adhesion. International Jl. of Microcirculation, 1988.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Sequestration of activated leukocytes in splanchnic and pulmonary microvascular networks. Fed Proc. 46 #4: 1530, 1987.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Leukocyte-endothelium adhesion and microhemodynamics. Fed. Proc. 45: #4: 1158, 1986.

Lipowsky, H.H. and S.D. House. Temporal averaging of reactive hyperemia in cremaster muscle and nailbed capillaries. International Jl. of Microcirculation 5: 215, 1986.

Lipowsky, H.H. and S.D. House. The dynamics of leukocyte-endothelium adhesion. Biorheology, 23: 290, 1986.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Distribution of microvessel hematocrit and blood flow in cremaster muscle. Microvasc. Res. 29:225-226, 1985.

House, Steven D. and Paul C. Johnson. Venous resistance in skeletal muscle during arterial pressure reduction and exercise hyperemia. International Jl. of Microcirculation 3: 371, 1984.

Boegehold, M. I. Torres, S. House, R. Baker, E. Bouskela-Torres, and P.C. Johnson. Arteriolar and capillary network responses to hemorrhagic hypotension in the skeletal muscle microcirculation. International Jl. of Microcirculation 3: 297, 1984.

House, S.D., H.H. Lipowsky, and S. Chien. Microvessel Hematocrit variations during reactive hyperemia. Microvasc. Res: 27: 246, 1984.

Boegehold, M., I. Torres, S. House. R. Baker, E. Bouskela-Torres, and P. C. Johnson. Responses of the skeletal muscle microcirculation to hemorrhagic hypotension. Physiologist, 26: A-75, 1983.

House, Steven D. and Paul C. Johnson. Relationship between pressure gradient and flow in the venous network of skeletal muscle. Microvasc. Res. 25: 238, 1983.

House, Steven D. and Paul C. Johnson. Flow properties of blood in the venular network and microcirculatory homeostasis. Microvasc. Res. 23: 258, 1982.

 

Select Journal Publications

Ocasio, Frank M., Yuhui Jiang, Steven D. House and Sulie L. Chang.  Chronic morphine accelerates the progression of lipopolysaccharide-induced sepsis to septic shock.  Journal of Neuroimmunology, 149 (1): 90-100, 2004.

Liu, Hsien-Ching, Jenine K.Anday, Steven D. House and Sulie L. Chang. Dual effects of morphine on permeability and apoptosis of vascular endothelial cell; morphine potentiates lipopolysaccharide-induced permeability and apoptosis of vascular endothelial cells.  Journal of Neuroimmunology, 146 (1): 13-21, 2004.

House, S.D., X. Mao, G. Wu, D. Espinelli, W.X.  Li, and S.L. Chang.  Chronic morphine potentiates the inflammatory response by disrupting interleukin-1b modulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis.  Journal of Neuroimmunology, 118 (2): 277-285, 2001.

House, S.D., L.E. Hightower, G.A. Perdrizet, M. Rewinski, R. Kyriakos, R.S. Bockman, T. Mistry, P.A. Gallagher and P.T. Guidon Jr.  Effects of heat shock, stannous chloride, and gallium nitrate on the rat inflammatory response.   Cell Stress and Chaperones, 6 (1), 13-20, 2001.

Hightower, L.E., M.A. Brown, J.L. Renfro, G.A. Perdrizer, M. Rewinski, P.T. Guidon Jr., T. Mistry, and S.D. House, Tissue-level cytoprotection.  Cell Stress and Chaperones, 5 (5), 412-414, 2000.

Chang, Sulie L., James Bersig, Bernardo Relix, Milan Fila, and Steven D. House. Chronic cocaine alters hemodynamics and leukocyte-endothelium interactions in rat mesenteric venules. Life Sciences, 66: 2357-2369, 2000.

Xiaohu Gan, Ling Zhang, Omri Berger, Moniaue F. Stins, Dennis Way, Dennis D. Taub, Sulie L. Chang, Kwang Sik Kim, Steven D. House, Martin Weinand, Marlys Witte, Michael C. Graves and Milan Fiala. Cocaine enhances brain endothelial adhesion molecules and leukocyte migration. Clinical Immunolgy, Vol. 91, (1), 68-76, 1999.

Milan Fiala, M., Gan, X-H, Zhang, Steven D. House, T, Newton, M.C. Graves, Paul Shapshak, M. Stins, K.S. Kinm, M. Witte, and S.L. Chang.   Cocaine enhances monocyte migration across the blood-brain barrier: cocaine’s connection to AIDS dementia and vasculitis? In: Herman Friedman, John Madden and Thomas Klein, (Eds.), Drugs of Abuse, Immunomodulation, and AIDS, Plenum Publishing Corp., New York and London, 199-206, 1998.

House, S.D., S.A. Ruch, W.F. Koscienski III, C. W. Rocholl, and R.L. Moldow. Effects of the Circadian rhythm of Corticosteroids on leukocyte-endothelium interactions in the AM and PM. Life Sciences 60: 2023-2034, 1997.

Chang, S.L., Bersig, J.M., Wu, G.-D., Patel, N.A., Zadina, J.E., and House, S.D. Chronic exposure to morphine attenuates leukocyte-endothelial interactions in the rat mesentery. NIDA Research Monogr., Vol. 162, 189-194, 1997.

Chang, S.L, R.L. Moldow, S.D. House, and J.E. Zadina. Morphine affects the brain-immune axis by modulating an interleukin-1 Beta independent pathway. In: Drugs of Abuse and the Neuroimmune Axis. Herman Friedman, Toby Eisenstein, John Madden and Burt Sharp (eds), Plenum Publishing Co., 35-42, 1996.

Chang, S.L., R.L. Moldow, S.D. House and J.E. Zadina. Chronic exposure to morphine modulates interleukin-1 Beta mediated actions. J. of Neuroimmunology, 69: 31-32, 1996.

Slater, C. and S.D. House. Effects of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on microvascular dynamics. Microvascular Res., 45: 166-179, 1993.

Nazziola, E. and S.D. House. Effects of hydrodynamics and leukocyte-endothelium specificity on leukocyte-endothelium interactions. Microvascular Res., 44: 127-142, 1992.

House, S.D. and H.H Lipowsky. Dynamics of leukocyte-endothelium interactions in the splanchnic microcirculation. Microvascular Res., 42: 288-304, 1991.

Torres-Filho, I.P., M. Boegehold, E. Bouskela-Torres, S. House, and P.C. Johnson. Microcirculatory responses in cat sartorius muscle to hemorrhagic hypotension. Am. J. Physiol., 26: H1647-H1655, 1989.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. In vivo determination of the force of leukocyte-endothelium adhesion in the mesenteric microvasculature of the cat. Circulation Research, 63: 658-668, 1988.

Lipowsky, H.H., S.D. House, and J.C. Firrell. Leukocyte-endothelium adhesion and microvascular hemodynamics. in “Vascular Endothelium in Health and Disease,” S. Chien, ed. pp 85- 93, Plenum Press, New York, 1988.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Microvascular hematocrit and red cell flux in rat cremaster muscle. Am. J. Physiol., 252: H211-H222, 1987.

House, S.D. and H.H. Lipowsky. Leukocyte-endothelium adhesion: Microhemodynamics in mesentery of the cat. Microvasc. Res., 34: 363-379, 1987.

Nagler, H.M., E.F. Lizza, S.D. House, P. Tomashefsky, and H.H. Lipowsky. Testicular hemodynamic changes after the surgical creation of a varicocele in the rat: Intra-vital microscopic observation. J. Andrology, 8: 292-298, 1987.

House, S.D. and P.C. Johnson. Diameter and blood flow of skeletal muscle venules during local flow regulation. Am. J. Physiol., 250: H828-H837, 1986.

House, S.D. and P.C. Johnson. Microvascular pressures in venules of skeletal muscle during arterial pressure reduction. Am. J. Physiol. 250: H838-H845, 1986.

 

Other Publications

Interactive Web Syllabus
Physiology electronic Cliff Notes – (2000) – Study Wire, Incorporated – these “electronic Cliff Notes” have been selected for presentation on the Web through Study Wire, “a corporation creating an elite education web site on the Internet with the assistance of some of the most reputable professors in all of academia.”

Video Textbook
House, S. D. (1992) Contributor, consultant and final content editor on the production of an educational videodisk program, “The Human Body,” produced by Optical Data Corporation, May, 1992. “The Human Body” is a series of archival interactive MultiMedia Libraries covering the human body for use at secondary and college levels. Students are exposed to thousands of fascinating images and videos that are otherwise unavailable in textbooks. “The Human Body” combines the strengths of three instructional technologies — video, print, and computers — to present scientific information in exciting new ways. The textbook includes slides, movies, narration, lesson plans, focus questions, and interdisciplinary ideas (arts, earth sciences, math).