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David Ward

TitleSenate Emeritus
InstitutionUniversity of California San Diego
DepartmentMedicine
Address200 W. Arbor Drive #8781
San Diego CA 92103
Phone858-249-3030
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    1. Thiel V, Hügler M, Ward D, Bryant DA. The Dark Side of the Mushroom Spring Microbial Mat: Life in the Shadow of Chlorophototrophs. II. Metabolic Functions of Abundant Community Members Predicted from Metagenomic Analyses. Front Microbiol. 2017; 8:943. PMID: 28634470.
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    2. Ward D. What Are the Newer Applications for Therapeutic Apheresis in Nephrology?: What Is on the Horizon for Therapeutic Apheresis Medicine in Nephrology? Semin Dial. 2016 09; 29(5):354-7. PMID: 27461836.
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    3. Revsbech NP, Trampe E, Lichtenberg M, Ward D, Kühl M. In Situ Hydrogen Dynamics in a Hot Spring Microbial Mat during a Diel Cycle. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2016 07 15; 82(14):4209-4217. PMID: 27208140.
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    4. Thiel V, Wood JM, Olsen MT, Tank M, Klatt CG, Ward D, Bryant DA. The Dark Side of the Mushroom Spring Microbial Mat: Life in the Shadow of Chlorophototrophs. I. Microbial Diversity Based on 16S rRNA Gene Amplicons and Metagenomic Sequencing. Front Microbiol. 2016; 7:919. PMID: 27379049; PMCID: PMC4911352.
    5. Melendrez MC, Becraft ED, Wood JM, Olsen MT, Bryant DA, Heidelberg JF, Rusch DB, Cohan FM, Ward D. Recombination Does Not Hinder Formation or Detection of Ecological Species of Synechococcus Inhabiting a Hot Spring Cyanobacterial Mat. Front Microbiol. 2015; 6:1540. PMID: 26834710; PMCID: PMC4712262.
    6. Nowack S, Olsen MT, Schaible GA, Becraft ED, Shen G, Klapper I, Bryant DA, Ward D. The molecular dimension of microbial species: 2. Synechococcus strains representative of putative ecotypes inhabiting different depths in the Mushroom Spring microbial mat exhibit different adaptive and acclimative responses to light. Front Microbiol. 2015; 6:626. PMID: 26175719; PMCID: PMC4484337.
    7. Olsen MT, Nowack S, Wood JM, Becraft ED, LaButti K, Lipzen A, Martin J, Schackwitz WS, Rusch DB, Cohan FM, Bryant DA, Ward D. The molecular dimension of microbial species: 3. Comparative genomics of Synechococcus strains with different light responses and in situ diel transcription patterns of associated putative ecotypes in the Mushroom Spring microbial mat. Front Microbiol. 2015; 6:604. PMID: 26157428; PMCID: PMC4477158.
    8. Becraft ED, Wood JM, Rusch DB, Kühl M, Jensen SI, Bryant DA, Roberts DW, Cohan FM, Ward D. The molecular dimension of microbial species: 1. Ecological distinctions among, and homogeneity within, putative ecotypes of Synechococcus inhabiting the cyanobacterial mat of Mushroom Spring, Yellowstone National Park. Front Microbiol. 2015; 6:590. PMID: 26157420; PMCID: PMC4475828.
    9. Kim YM, Nowack S, Olsen MT, Becraft ED, Wood JM, Thiel V, Klapper I, Kühl M, Fredrickson JK, Bryant DA, Ward D, Metz TO. Diel metabolomics analysis of a hot spring chlorophototrophic microbial mat leads to new hypotheses of community member metabolisms. Front Microbiol. 2015; 6:209. PMID: 25941514; PMCID: PMC4400912.
    10. Thiel V, Tomsho LP, Burhans R, Gay SE, Schuster SC, Ward D, Bryant DA. Draft Genome Sequence of the Deinococcus-Thermus Bacterium Meiothermus ruber Strain A. Genome Announc. 2015 Mar 26; 3(2). PMID: 25814606; PMCID: PMC4384146.
    11. Thiel V, Hamilton TL, Tomsho LP, Burhans R, Gay SE, Schuster SC, Ward D, Bryant DA. Draft Genome Sequence of a Sulfide-Oxidizing, Autotrophic Filamentous Anoxygenic Phototrophic Bacterium, Chloroflexus sp. Strain MS-G (Chloroflexi). Genome Announc. 2014 Sep 04; 2(5). PMID: 25189583; PMCID: PMC4155588.
    12. Slysz GW, Steinke L, Ward D, Klatt CG, Clauss TR, Purvine SO, Payne SH, Anderson GA, Smith RD, Lipton MS. Automated data extraction from in situ protein-stable isotope probing studies. J Proteome Res. 2014 Mar 07; 13(3):1200-10. PMID: 24467184.
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    13. Cunard R, Marquez II, Ball ED, Nelson CL, Corringham S, Clopton P, Sanchez AP, Lane T, Ward D. Prophylactic red blood cell exchange for ABO-mismatched hematopoietic progenitor cell transplants. Transfusion. 2014 Jul; 54(7):1857-63. PMID: 24372185.
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    14. Klatt CG, Inskeep WP, Herrgard MJ, Jay ZJ, Rusch DB, Tringe SG, Niki Parenteau M, Ward D, Boomer SM, Bryant DA, Miller SR. Community structure and function of high-temperature chlorophototrophic microbial mats inhabiting diverse geothermal environments. Front Microbiol. 2013; 4:106. PMID: 23761787; PMCID: PMC3669762.
    15. Klatt CG, Liu Z, Ludwig M, Kühl M, Jensen SI, Bryant DA, Ward D. Temporal metatranscriptomic patterning in phototrophic Chloroflexi inhabiting a microbial mat in a geothermal spring. ISME J. 2013 Sep; 7(9):1775-89. PMID: 23575369; PMCID: PMC3749495.
    16. Hamamura N, Ward D, Inskeep WP. Effects of petroleum mixture types on soil bacterial population dynamics associated with the biodegradation of hydrocarbons in soil environments. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2013 Jul; 85(1):168-78. PMID: 23488682.
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    17. Sanchez AP, Cunard R, Ward D. The selective therapeutic apheresis procedures. J Clin Apher. 2013 Feb; 28(1):20-9. PMID: 23420592.
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    18. Schaffert CS, Klatt CG, Ward D, Pauley M, Steinke L. Identification and distribution of high-abundance proteins in the octopus spring microbial mat community. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2012 Dec; 78(23):8481-4. PMID: 23001677; PMCID: PMC3497366.
    19. Liu Z, Klatt CG, Ludwig M, Rusch DB, Jensen SI, Kühl M, Ward D, Bryant DA. 'Candidatus Thermochlorobacter aerophilum:' an aerobic chlorophotoheterotrophic member of the phylum Chlorobi defined by metagenomics and metatranscriptomics. ISME J. 2012 Oct; 6(10):1869-82. PMID: 22456447; PMCID: PMC3446795.
    20. Sanchez AP, Ward D. Therapeutic apheresis for renal disorders. Semin Dial. 2012 Mar-Apr; 25(2):119-31. PMID: 22428811.
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    21. Garcia Costas AM, Liu Z, Tomsho LP, Schuster SC, Ward D, Bryant DA. Complete genome of Candidatus Chloracidobacterium thermophilum, a chlorophyll-based photoheterotroph belonging to the phylum Acidobacteria. Environ Microbiol. 2012 Jan; 14(1):177-90. PMID: 21951563.
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    22. Ward D. Extracorporeal photopheresis: how, when, and why. J Clin Apher. 2011; 26(5):276-85. PMID: 21898572.
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    23. Becraft ED, Cohan FM, Kühl M, Jensen SI, Ward D. Fine-scale distribution patterns of Synechococcus ecological diversity in microbial mats of Mushroom Spring, Yellowstone National Park. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011 Nov; 77(21):7689-97. PMID: 21890675; PMCID: PMC3209189.
    24. Ward D. Conventional apheresis therapies: a review. J Clin Apher. 2011; 26(5):230-8. PMID: 21882233.
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    25. Liu Z, Klatt CG, Wood JM, Rusch DB, Ludwig M, Wittekindt N, Tomsho LP, Schuster SC, Ward D, Bryant DA. Metatranscriptomic analyses of chlorophototrophs of a hot-spring microbial mat. ISME J. 2011 Aug; 5(8):1279-90. PMID: 21697962; PMCID: PMC3146272.
    26. Klatt CG, Wood JM, Rusch DB, Bateson MM, Hamamura N, Heidelberg JF, Grossman AR, Bhaya D, Cohan FM, Kühl M, Bryant DA, Ward D. Community ecology of hot spring cyanobacterial mats: predominant populations and their functional potential. ISME J. 2011 Aug; 5(8):1262-78. PMID: 21697961; PMCID: PMC3146275.
    27. Melendrez MC, Lange RK, Cohan FM, Ward D. Influence of molecular resolution on sequence-based discovery of ecological diversity among Synechococcus populations in an alkaline siliceous hot spring microbial mat. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2011 Feb; 77(4):1359-67. PMID: 21169433; PMCID: PMC3067246.
    28. van der Meer MT, Klatt CG, Wood J, Bryant DA, Bateson MM, Lammerts L, Schouten S, Damsté JS, Madigan MT, Ward D. Cultivation and genomic, nutritional, and lipid biomarker characterization of Roseiflexus strains closely related to predominant in situ populations inhabiting Yellowstone hot spring microbial mats. J Bacteriol. 2010 Jun; 192(12):3033-42. PMID: 20363941; PMCID: PMC2901690.
    29. Balogun RA, Okafor C, Myers L, Anderson J, Kauffman J, Morris A, Ward D. Building a new therapeutic apheresis service. J Clin Apher. 2010; 25(5):275-9. PMID: 20806280.
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    30. Balogun RA, Kaplan A, Ward D, Okafor C, Burns TM, Torloni AS, Macik BG, Abdel-Rahman EM. Clinical applications of therapeutic apheresis. J Clin Apher. 2010; 25(5):250-64. PMID: 20806279.
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    31. Okafor C, Ward D, Mokrzycki MH, Weinstein R, Clark P, Balogun RA. Introduction and overview of therapeutic apheresis. J Clin Apher. 2010; 25(5):240-9. PMID: 20806281.
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    32. Taffs R, Aston JE, Brileya K, Jay Z, Klatt CG, McGlynn S, Mallette N, Montross S, Gerlach R, Inskeep WP, Ward D, Carlson RP. In silico approaches to study mass and energy flows in microbial consortia: a syntrophic case study. BMC Syst Biol. 2009 Dec 10; 3:114. PMID: 20003240; PMCID: PMC2799449.
    33. Hamamura N, Fukui M, Ward D, Inskeep WP. Assessing soil microbial populations responding to crude-oil amendment at different temperatures using phylogenetic, functional gene (alkB) and physiological analyses. Environ Sci Technol. 2008 Oct 15; 42(20):7580-6. PMID: 18983078.
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    34. Steunou AS, Jensen SI, Brecht E, Becraft ED, Bateson MM, Kilian O, Bhaya D, Ward D, Peters JW, Grossman AR, Kühl M. Regulation of nif gene expression and the energetics of N2 fixation over the diel cycle in a hot spring microbial mat. ISME J. 2008 Apr; 2(4):364-78. PMID: 18323780.
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    35. Koeppel A, Perry EB, Sikorski J, Krizanc D, Warner A, Ward D, Rooney AP, Brambilla E, Connor N, Ratcliff RM, Nevo E, Cohan FM. Identifying the fundamental units of bacterial diversity: a paradigm shift to incorporate ecology into bacterial systematics. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Feb 19; 105(7):2504-9. PMID: 18272490; PMCID: PMC2268166.
    36. Bhaya D, Grossman AR, Steunou AS, Khuri N, Cohan FM, Hamamura N, Melendrez MC, Bateson MM, Ward D, Heidelberg JF. Population level functional diversity in a microbial community revealed by comparative genomic and metagenomic analyses. ISME J. 2007 Dec; 1(8):703-13. PMID: 18059494.
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    37. Schouten S, van der Meer MT, Hopmans EC, Rijpstra WI, Reysenbach AL, Ward D, Sinninghe Damsté JS. Archaeal and bacterial glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraether lipids in hot springs of yellowstone national park. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2007 Oct; 73(19):6181-91. PMID: 17693566; PMCID: PMC2074994.
    38. Klatt CG, Bryant DA, Ward D. Comparative genomics provides evidence for the 3-hydroxypropionate autotrophic pathway in filamentous anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria and in hot spring microbial mats. Environ Microbiol. 2007 Aug; 9(8):2067-78. PMID: 17635550.
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    39. Bryant DA, Costas AM, Maresca JA, Chew AG, Klatt CG, Bateson MM, Tallon LJ, Hostetler J, Nelson WC, Heidelberg JF, Ward D. Candidatus Chloracidobacterium thermophilum: an aerobic phototrophic Acidobacterium. Science. 2007 Jul 27; 317(5837):523-6. PMID: 17656724.
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    40. Colores GM, Ward D, Inskeep WP. Competitive fitness of isolates enriched on phenanthrene sorbed to model phases. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2007 Jun; 73(12):4074-7. PMID: 17468288; PMCID: PMC1932717.
    41. van der Meer MT, Schouten S, Damsté JS, Ward D. Impact of carbon metabolism on 13C signatures of cyanobacteria and green non-sulfur-like bacteria inhabiting a microbial mat from an alkaline siliceous hot spring in Yellowstone National Park (USA). Environ Microbiol. 2007 Feb; 9(2):482-91. PMID: 17222146.
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    42. Ward D, Bateson MM, Ferris MJ, Kühl M, Wieland A, Koeppel A, Cohan FM. Cyanobacterial ecotypes in the microbial mat community of Mushroom Spring (Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming) as species-like units linking microbial community composition, structure and function. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2006 Nov 29; 361(1475):1997-2008. PMID: 17028085; PMCID: PMC1764927.
    43. Ward D. Microbial diversity in natural environments: focusing on fundamental questions. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek. 2006 Nov; 90(4):309-24. PMID: 17063383.
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    44. Hamamura N, Olson SH, Ward D, Inskeep WP. Microbial population dynamics associated with crude-oil biodegradation in diverse soils. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2006 Sep; 72(9):6316-24. PMID: 16957258; PMCID: PMC1563594.
    45. Steunou AS, Bhaya D, Bateson MM, Melendrez MC, Ward D, Brecht E, Peters JW, Kühl M, Grossman AR. In situ analysis of nitrogen fixation and metabolic switching in unicellular thermophilic cyanobacteria inhabiting hot spring microbial mats. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006 Feb 14; 103(7):2398-403. PMID: 16467157; PMCID: PMC1413695.
    46. Allewalt JP, Bateson MM, Revsbech NP, Slack K, Ward D. Effect of temperature and light on growth of and photosynthesis by Synechococcus isolates typical of those predominating in the octopus spring microbial mat community of Yellowstone National Park. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2006 Jan; 72(1):544-50. PMID: 16391090; PMCID: PMC1352173.
    47. Hamamura N, Olson SH, Ward D, Inskeep WP. Diversity and functional analysis of bacterial communities associated with natural hydrocarbon seeps in acidic soils at Rainbow Springs, Yellowstone National Park. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2005 Oct; 71(10):5943-50. PMID: 16204508; PMCID: PMC1265959.
    48. van der Meer MT, Schouten S, Bateson MM, Nübel U, Wieland A, Kühl M, de Leeuw JW, Sinninghe Damsté JS, Ward D. Diel variations in carbon metabolism by green nonsulfur-like bacteria in alkaline siliceous hot spring microbial mats from Yellowstone National Park. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2005 Jul; 71(7):3978-86. PMID: 16000812; PMCID: PMC1168979.
    49. Wager KA, Ward D, Lee FW, White AW, Davis KS, Clancy DE. Physicians, Patients, and EHRs. When it comes to a consultation, is three a crowd? J AHIMA. 2005 Apr; 76(4):38-41. PMID: 15871467.
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    50. Ward D. Hemodialysis water: an update on safety issues, monitoring, and adverse clinical events. ASAIO J. 2004 Nov-Dec; 50(6):xiii-xviii. PMID: 15672772.
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    51. Koumi P, Green HE, Hartley S, Jordan D, Lahec S, Livett RJ, Tsang KW, Ward D. Evaluation and validation of the ABI 3700, ABI 3100, and the MegaBACE 1000 capillary array electrophoresis instruments for use with short tandem repeat microsatellite typing in a forensic environment. Electrophoresis. 2004 Jul; 25(14):2227-41. PMID: 15274007.
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    52. Papke RT, Ward D. The importance of physical isolation to microbial diversification. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 2004 Jun 01; 48(3):293-303. PMID: 19712299.
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    53. Sheidow AJ, Bradford WD, Henggeler SW, Rowland MD, Halliday-Boykins C, Schoenwald SK, Ward D. Treatment costs for youths receiving multisystemic therapy or hospitalization after a psychiatric crisis. Psychiatr Serv. 2004 May; 55(5):548-54. PMID: 15128963.
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    54. Lee FW, Wager KA, White AW, Ward D. Research lessons. Designing a study for a clinical setting. J AHIMA. 2004 Apr; 75(4):36-9; quiz 41-2. PMID: 15098456.
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    55. Finkler SA, Ward D. The case for the use of evidence-based management research for the control of hospital costs. Health Care Manage Rev. 2003 Oct-Dec; 28(4):348-65. PMID: 14682676.
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    56. Finkler SA, Henley RJ, Ward D. Evidence-based financial management. Healthc Financ Manage. 2003 Oct; 57(10):64-8. PMID: 14560582.
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    57. van der Meer MT, Schouten S, Sinninghe Damsté JS, de Leeuw JW, Ward D. Compound-specific isotopic fractionation patterns suggest different carbon metabolisms among Chloroflexus-like bacteria in hot-spring microbial mats. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2003 Oct; 69(10):6000-6. PMID: 14532055; PMCID: PMC201232.
    58. Papke RT, Ramsing NB, Bateson MM, Ward D. Geographical isolation in hot spring cyanobacteria. Environ Microbiol. 2003 Aug; 5(8):650-9. PMID: 12871232.
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    59. Ferris MJ, Kühl M, Wieland A, Ward D. Cyanobacterial ecotypes in different optical microenvironments of a 68 degrees C hot spring mat community revealed by 16S-23S rRNA internal transcribed spacer region variation. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2003 May; 69(5):2893-8. PMID: 12732563; PMCID: PMC154543.
    60. Henggeler SW, Rowland MD, Halliday-Boykins C, Sheidow AJ, Ward D, Randall J, Pickrel SG, Cunningham PB, Edwards J. One-year follow-up of multisystemic therapy as an alternative to the hospitalization of youths in psychiatric crisis. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2003 May; 42(5):543-51. PMID: 12707558.
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    61. Nübel U, Bateson MM, Vandieken V, Wieland A, Kühl M, Ward D. Microscopic examination of distribution and phenotypic properties of phylogenetically diverse Chloroflexaceae-related bacteria in hot spring microbial mats. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2002 Sep; 68(9):4593-603. PMID: 12200318; PMCID: PMC124081.
    62. van ver Meer MT, Schouten S, Hanada S, Hopmans EC, Damsté JS, Ward D. Alkane-1,2-diol-based glycosides and fatty glycosides and wax esters in Roseiflexus castenholzii and hot spring microbial mats. Arch Microbiol. 2002 Sep; 178(3):229-37. PMID: 12189424.
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    63. Hofmann RM, Maloney C, Ward D, Becker BN. A novel method for regional citrate anticoagulation in continuous venovenous hemofiltration (CVVHF). Ren Fail. 2002 May; 24(3):325-35. PMID: 12166699.
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