John S. Kizer, MD

Professor and Vice Chief, Division of Geriatric Medicine
Medical Director, UNC Geriatrics Clinic

UNC Geriatrics Clinic Provider: Yes

UNC Hospitals Provider: Yes UNC Hospitals Hillsborough Campus Geriatric Inpatient Service

Specialty Areas: Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, complicated patients with serious illness, inpatient medicine, Latino health, fluent in Spanish

Education Chronology:

1972-1975 Research Associate, Laboratory of Clinical Science, I.J. Kopin,
Chief, National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD

1970-1972 Residency: Medicine. Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

1970-1971 Intern: Medicine. Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD
1966-1970 MD: Duke University, School of Medicine, Durham, NC
1962-1966 AB: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
 
Professional Chronology:
 
2004 – present Vice Chief, Division of Geriatrics, Department of Internal Medicine
2002 – 2006 Director, Urgent Care, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
2000 – 2001 Acting Chief, Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology, Department of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
1993 – 2004 Associate Chairman for Education, Department of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
1997 – 2002 Clerkship Director, Department of Medicine, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
1986 – present Professor, Department of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
1986 – present Professor, Department of Pharmacology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
1986 – 1993 Director, Brain and Development Research Center Postdoctoral Training Program
1984 – 1993 Associate Director, Brain and Development Research Center, UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
1978 – 1985 Associate Professor, Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
1975 – 1993 Research Scientist, Chief, Laboratory of Developmental, Neuroendocrinology, Brain and Development Research Center. UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC
1975 – 1978 Assistant Professor, Departments of Medicine and Pharmacology. UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC

 

Research: Dr. Kizer’s research includes geriatrics, healthcare and prevention and readmission rates in older adults.

Selected Bibliography

  1. Kizer, JS and Bressler, R: Drugs and the mechanism of insulin secretion. Advances in Pharmacology 7: 91, 1969.
  2. Kizer, JS, Vargas-Gordon, M, Brendel K, and Bressler R: The in vitro inhibition of insulin secretion by diphenylhydantoin. J. Clin. Investigation 49:1972, 1970.
  3. Saavedra JM, Brownstein M, Palkovits M, Kizer JS, and Axelrod J: Tyrosine hydroxylase and dopamine-beta-hydroxylase: distribution in individual rat hypothalamic nuclei. J. Neurochem. 28:869, 1974.
  4. Kizer JS, Palkovits M, Zivin J, Brownstein M, Saavedra JM, and Kopin IJ: Effect of endocrinological manipulations on tyrosine hydroxylase and dopamine-beta-hydroxylase activities in individual hypothalamic nuclei of the adult male rat. Endocrinology 95:799, 1974.
  5. Kizer JS, Zivin J, Saavedra JM, and Brownstein MJ: A sensitive microassay for tryptophan hydroxylase in brain. J. Neurochem. 24:779, 1975.
  6. Kizer JS, Zivin J, Jacobowitz DM, and Kopin IJ: The nyctohemeral rhythm of plasma prolactin: Effects of ganglionectomy, constant light, constant darkness, pinealectomy, or 6-OH-dopamine administration. Endocrinology 96:1230, 1975.
  7. Palkovits M, Kobayashi R, Kizer JS, Jacobowitz DM, and Kopin IJ: Effect of stress on catecholamines and tyrosine hydroxylase activity in individual hypothalamic nuclei. Neuroendocrinology 18:144, 1975.
  8. Brownstein M, Arimura A, Sato H, Schally AV, and Kizer JS: Distribution of somatostatin in the rat brain. Endocrinology 96:1456, 1975.
  9. Brownstein MJ, Palkovits M, and Kizer JS: Distribution of tryptophan hydroxylase in rat brain. Brain Research 97:163, 1975.
  10. Brownstein MJ, Palkovits M, and Kizer JS: On the origin of LHRH in the organum vasculosum of the rat. Life Sciences 17(5):679, 1975.
  11. Kizer JS, Kopin IJ, and Zivin J: Estimates of catecholamine turnover ratios in individual hypothalamic nuclei of the rat by the use of alpha-methyl-p-tyrosine. Brit. J. Pharmacol. 54:243, 1975.
  12. Kizer JS, Palkovits M, and Brownstein MJ: The projection of the A8, A9, and A10 dopaminergic cell bodies: Evidence for a nigral-hypothalamic-median eminence pathway. Brain Research 108:363, 1975.
  13. Palkovits M, Brownstein M, Kizer JS: Effect of total hypothalamic deafferentation on releasing hormone and neurotransmitter concentrations of the medio-basal hypothalamus in rat. In: Cellular and Molecular Bases of Neuroendocrine Processes, E. Endroczi (ed.), Akademai Kaido, Budapest.
  14. Roizen N, Zivin J, Brownstein M, Kizer JS, and Kopin IJ: Effects of anesthesia on serotonin levels in rat brain. Exp. Brain Research 24:203-207, 1975.
  15. Saavedra JM, Palkovits M, Kizer JS, Brownstein M, and Zivin J: Distribution of biogenic amines and related enzymes in the rat pituitary gland. J. Neurochem. 25:257-260, 1975.
  16. Saavedra JM, Brownstein MJ, Kizer JS, and Palkovits M: Biogenic amines and related enzymes in the circumventricular organs of the rat. Brain Research 107:412, 1976.
  17. Brownstein MJ, Mroz EA, Kizer JS, Palkovits M, and Leeman SE: Regional distribution of substance P in the brain of the rat. Brain Research 116:299-305, 1976.
  18. Kizer JS, Palkovits M, Tappaz M, Kebbian J, and Brownstein M: Distribution of releasing factors and neurotransmitters in bovine median eminence. Endocrinology 98:685, 1976.
  19. Kizer JS, Palkovits M, Kopin IJ, Saavedra JM, and Brownstein M: Lack of effect of various endocrine manipulations on tryptophan hydroxylase activity in individual nuclei of the hypothalamus, limbic system and midbrain. Endocrinology 98:743, 1976.
  20. Kizer JS, Palkovits M, and Brownstein M: Releasing factors in the circumventricular organs of the rat brain. Endocrinology 98:311, 1976.
  21. Brownstein M, Arimura A, Schally AV, Palkovits M, and Kizer JS: The effect of surgical isolation of the hypothalamus on its LHRH content. Endocrinology 98:662, 1976.
  22. Kizer JS and Jacobowitz DM: The effect of bilateral lesions of ventral noradrenergic bundle on endocrine-induced changes of tyrosine hydroxylase in rat median eminence. Endocrinology 98:886, 1976.
  23. Palkovits M, Brownstein MJ, Arimura A, Sato HV, Schally AV, and Kizer JS: Somatostatin content f hypothalamic ventromedial and arcuate nuclei and the circumventricular organs. Brain Research 109:430, 1976.
  24. Palkovits M, Brownstein M, Kizer JS, Saavedra JM, and Kopin IJ: Effect of stress on serotonin concentration and tryptophan hydroxylase activity of brain nuclei. Neuroendocrinology 22:298-304, 1976.
  25. Brownstein MA, Arimura A, Fernandez-Durange R, Schally AV, Palkovits M, and Kizer JS: The effect of hypothalamic deafferentation on somatostatin-like activity in the rat brain. Endocrinology 100:246, 1977.
  26. Carson K, Nemeroff CB, Rone MS, Youngblood WW, Hanker JS, and Kizer JR: Biochemical and histochemical evidence for a tuberoinfundibular cholinergic pathway. Brain Research 129:169-173, 1977.
  27. Brownstein MJ, Palkovits M, Tappaz ML, Saavedra JM, and Kizer JS: Effect of surgical isolation of the hypothalamus on its neurotransmitter content. Brain Research 117:287, 1976.
  28. Nemeroff CB, Konkol RJ, Martin JB, Bissette B, Brazeau P, Breese GR, Grant LD, Prange AJ, and Kizer JS: Microchemical analysis of the hypothalamic lesion induced by monosodium-L-glutamate (MSG) treatment of the neonatal rat: Evidence for the role of cholinergic and dopaminergic tuberoinfundibular neurons in central neuroendocrine regulation. Endocrinology 101:613-622, 1977.
  29. Kobayashi RM, Palkovits M, Jacobowitz DM, Kopin IJ, and Kizer JS: Selective alterations of catecholamines and tyrosine hydroxylase activity in the hypothalamus following acute and chronic stress. Pergamon Press, 1977.
  30. Palkovits M, Saavedra JM, Jacobowitz DM, Zaborsky L, and Brownstein MJ: Serotonergic innervation of the forebrain: Effect of lesions on serotonin and tryptophan hydroxylase levels. Brain Research 130:121-134, 1977.
  31. Petrusz P, Saar M, Grossman GH, and Kizer JS: Synaptic terminals with immunoreactive somatostatin in the rat brain. Brain Research 137:181-187, 1977.
  32. Nemeroff CB, Lipton MA, and Kizer JS: Models of neuroendocrine regulation: Use of monosodium glutamate as an investigational tool. Developmental Neuroscience 1:102-109, 1978.
  33. Carson K, Nemeroff CB, Rone MS, Nicholson G, Kizer JS, and Hanker JS: Ultrastructural localization of AChE in the arcuate nucleus and median eminence of the rat: Implications for the organization of cholinergic circuits in the mediobasal hypothalamus. J. Comparative Neuroanatomy 182:201-220, 1978.
  34. Greeley GH, Nicholson G, Nemeroff CB, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Direct evidence that the arcuate nucleus median eminence tuberoinfundibular system is not of primary importance in the feedback regulation of leuteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone secretion in the castrated rat. Endocrinology 103(1):170-175, 1978.
  35. Grant LD, Stumpf WE, Nemeroff CB, and Kizer JS: MSG destruction of estrogen-feedback neurons in hypothalamus, arcuate nucleus and median eminence. Fed. Proc. 37:297, 1978.
  36. Kizer JS, Humm J, Nicholson G, Greeley G, and Youngblood WW: The effect of castration, thyroidectomy and haloperidol upon the turnover rates of dopamine and norepinephrine and the kinetic properties of tyrosine hydroxylase in discrete hypothalamic nuclei of the male rat. Brain Research 146:95-107, 1978.
  37. Nemeroff CB, Bissette G, and Kizer JS: Reduced hypothalamic content of immunoreactive LHRH-like activity in genetically obese ob/ob mice. Brain Research 146:385-387, 1978.
  38. Nemeroff CB, Bissette G, Greeley GH, Mailman RB, Martin JB, Brazeau P, and Kizer JS: Effects of acute administration of monosodium-L-glutamate (MSG), atropine or haloperidol on anterior pituitary hormone secretion in the rat. Brain Research 156(1):198-201, 1978.
  39. Kizer JS, Youngblood WW, and Nemeroff CB: The neurotoxic amino acids and structurally related analogs. Pharmacological Reviews 29(4):301-318, 1978.
  40. Nicholson G, Greeley G, Humm J, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Lack of effect of noradrenergic denervation of the hypothalamus and medial preoptic area on the feedback regulation of gonadotropin secretion and the estrous cycle of the rat. Endocrinology 103(2):559-566, 1978.
  41. Youngblood WW, Lipton MA, and Kizer JS: TRH-like immunoreactivity in urine, serum and extrahypothalamic brain: Non-identity with synthetic pyro-glu-his-pro-NH2 (TRH). Brain Research 151:99-116, 1978.
  42. Greeley G, Nicholson G, and Kizer JS: A delayed rise of serum LH/FSH after gonadectomy of TSH after thyroidectomy in rats with arcuate nucleus-cell body destruction. Endocrinology Supplement to vol. 104, 1979.
  43. Greeley G, and Kizer JS: Evidence for adrenal involvement in the modulatory role of prolactin in LH secretion in the male rat. Endocrinology 104:948, 1979.
  44. Krieger DT, Liotta AS, Nicholson G, and Kizer JS: Brain ACTH and endorphin reduced in rats with MSG induced arcuate nucleus lesions. Nature 278:562-563, 1979.
  45. Youngblood WW, Humm J, and Kizer JS: TRH-like immunoreactivity in rat pancreas and eye, bovine and sheep pineals, and human placenta: Non-identity with synthetic pyro-glu-his-pro-NH2 (TRH). Brain Research 163:101-110, 1979.
  46. Bodnar RJ, Abrams GM, Zimmerman EA, Krieger DT, Nicholson GF, and Kizer JS: Neonatal monosodium glutamate: Effects upon analgesic responsivity and immunocytochemical ACTH/beta-lipotropin. Neuroendocrinology 30:280-284, 1980.
  47. Elks M, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Serotonin synthesis and release in brain slices: Independence of tryptophan. Brain Research 172:471-486, 1979.
  48. Elks M, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Serotonin synthesis and release in brain slices: Effects of ionic manipulations and cationic ionophores. Brain Research 172:461-469, 1979.
  49. Youngblood WW, Humm J, Lipton MA, and Kizer JS: TRH-like bioactivity in human placenta: Evidence for substances other than pyro-glu-his-pro-NH2 capable of stimulating pituitary TSH release. Endocrinology 106:541-547, 1980.
  50. Greeley GH, Jahnke G, Nicholson GF, and Kizer JS: Decreased serum 3, 5, 3′-Tri-iodothyronine and thyroxine levels accompanying acute and chronic ritalin treatment of developing rats. Endocrinology 106:898-904, 1980.
  51. Nicholson GF, Greeley GH, Jr., Humm J, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Prolactin in cerebrospinal fluid: A probable site of prolactin autoregulation. Brain Research 190:447-457, 1980.
  52. Greeley GH, Jr., Nicholson GF, and Kizer JS: A delayed LH/FSH rise after gonadectomy and a delayed serum TSH rise after thyroidectomy in monosodium glutamate (MSG) treated rats. Brain Research 195:111-122, 1980.
  53. Jahnke G, Nicholson G, Greeley GH, Youngblood WW, Prange AJ, Jr., and Kizer JS: Studies of the neural basis by which hypothyroidism decreases prolactin secretion in the rat. Brain Research 191:429-441, 1980.
  54. Greeley GH, Jahnke G, Nicholson GF, and Kizer JS: Decreased serum 3, 5, 3′-Tri-iodothyronine and thyroxine levels accompanying acute and chronic ritalin treatment of developing rats. Endocrinology 106:898-904, 1980.
  55. Nicholson GF, Greeley GH, Jr., Humm J, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Prolactin in cerebrospinal fluid: A probable site of prolactin autoregulation. Brain Research 190:447-457, 1980.
  56. Greeley GH, Jr., Nicholson GF, and Kizer JS: A delayed LH/FSH rise after gonadectomy and a delayed serum TSH rise after thyroidectomy in monosodium glutamate (MSG) treated rats. Brain Research 195:111-122, 1980.
  57. Jahnke G, Nicholson G, Greeley GH, Youngblood WW, Prange AJ, Jr., and Kizer JS: Studies of the neural basis by which hypothyroidism decreases prolactin secretion in the rat. Brain Research 191:429-441, 1980.
  58. Greeley GH and Kizer JS: The effects of chronic methylphenidate treatment on growth and endocrine function in the developing rat. J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther. 214:545-551, 1980.
  59. Nemeroff CB, Bissette G, Martin JB, Brazeau P, Vale W, Kizer JS, and Prange AJ, Jr.: Effect of chronic treatment with thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) or an analog of TRH (linear beta-alanine TRH) on the hypothalamic-pituitary thyroid axis. Neuroendocrinology 30:193-199, 1980.
  60. Busby WH, Youngblood WW, Humm J, and Kizer JS: A reliable method for the quantification of thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH) in tissue and biological fluids. J. Neuroscience Methods 4:315-328, 1981.
  61. Busby WH, Youngblood WW, Humm J, and Kizer JS: A review of the methods used for the measurement of thyrotropin releasing hormone (TRH). J. Neuroscience Methods 4:305-314, 1981.
  62. Greeley GH, Jr., Lipton MA, and Kizer JS: The effects of chronic perphenazine treatment on growth and endocrine function in developing rats. J. Pharm. Exp. Ther. 220(1):133-138, 1982.
  63. Busby WH, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Studies of substrate requirements, kinetic properties and competitive inhibitions of the enzymes catalyzing the catabolism of TRH in rat brain. Brain Research 242:261-270, 1982.
  64. Manberg PJ, Youngblood WW, Nemeroff CB, Rossor MN, Iversen LL, Prange AJ, Jr., and Kizer JS: Regional distribution of neurotensin in human brain. J. Neurochem. 38(6):1777-1780, 1982.
  65. Long JB, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: A microassay for simultaneous measure of in vivo tryptophan hydroxylation and 5HT in discrete nuclei. J. Neuroscience Methods 6:45-48, 1982.
  66. Widerlov E, Linstrom LH, Besev G, Manberg PJ, Nemeroff CB, Breese GR, Kizer JS, and Prange AJ, Jr.: Subnormal cerebrospinal fluid levels of neurotensin in a subgroup of schizophrenics: Normalization after neuroleptic treatment. AJP 139:1122-1126, 1982.
  67. Manberg PJ, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Development of a radioimmunoassay for pro-leu-gly-NH2 (MIF-I): Evidence that pro-leu-gly-NH2 is not present in rat brain. Brain Research 241:279-284, 1982.
  68. Manberg PJ, Nemeroff CB, Iversen LL, Rossor MN, Kizer JS, and Prange AJ, Jr.: Human brain distribution of neurotensin in normals, schizophrenics, and Huntington’s choreics. In, Nemeroff CB and Prange AJ, Jr. (eds.), Neurotensin, A Brain and Gastrointestinal Peptide, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 400, New York, 1982, pp. 354-367.
  69. Widerlov E, Linstrom LH, Besev G, Manberg PJ, Nemeroff CB, Breese GR, Kizer JS, and Prange AJ, Jr.: Subnormal CSF levels of neurotensin in a subgroup of schizophrenics and normalization after neuroleptic treatment. In, Nemeroff CB and Prange AJ Jr. (eds.), Neurotensin, A Brain and Gastrointestinal Peptide, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 400, New York, 1982, pp. 418-419.
  70. Greeley GH, Jr., Lipton MA, and Kizer JS: Serum thyroxine, triiodothyronine, and TSH levels and TSH release after TRH in aging male and female rats. Endocrine Research Communications, vol. 9 (3&4): 169-177, 1982.
  71. Greeley GH, Morris M, Eldridge JC, and Kizer JS: A diurnal plasma vasopressin rhythm in rats. Life Sciences 31:1943, 1982
  72. McCubbin JA, Richardson JE, Langer AW, Kizer JS, and Obrist PA: Sympathetic neuronal function and left ventricular performance during behavioral stress in humans: The relationship between plasma catecholamines and systolic time intervals. Psychophysiology 20:102-110, 1983.
  73. Long JB, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Regional differences in the response of serotonergic neurons in rat CNS to drugs. European Journal of Pharmacology 88:89-97, 1983.
  74. Nemeroff CB, Manberg PJ, Widerlov E, Youngblood WW, Kizer JS, and Prange AJ, Jr.: Neuropeptides in cerebrospinal fluid and postmortem brain tissue of schizophrenics, Huntington’s choreics and normal controls. Psychopharmacology Bulletin 19:369-374, 1983.
  75. Nemeroff CB, Youngblood WW, Manberg PJ, Prange AJ, Jr., and Kizer JS: Regional brain concentrations of neuropeptides in Huntington’s chorea and schizophrenia. Science 221:973-975, 1983.
  76. Youngblood WW, Moray LJ, Busby WH, and Kizer JS: Bovine serum albumin-GABA-his-pro-NH2: An improved immunogen for production of higher affinity antisera for TRH. J. Neuroscience Methods 9:367-373, 1983.
  77. Long JB, Youngblood WW, and Kizer JS: Effects of castration and adrenalectomy on in vitro rates of tryptophan hydroxylation and levels of serotonin in microdissected brain nuclei of adult male rats. Brain Research 277:289-297, 1983.
  78. Kizer JS, Busby WH, Cottle C, and Youngblood WW: Glycine-directed peptide amidation: Presence in rat brain of two enzymes which convert p-glu-his-pro-gly-OH into p-glu-his-pro-NH2 (TRH). Proc. Nat’l. Acad. Sci. 81(10):3228-3232, 1984.
  79. McCubbin JA, Kizer JS, and Lipton MA: Naltrexone prevents foot shock-induced performance deficit in rats. Life Sciences 34(21):2057-2067, 1984.
  80. Bissette G, Richardson C, Kizer JS, and Nemeroff CB: Ontogeny of brain neurotensin in the rat: A radioimmunoassay study. J. Neurochemistry 43:283-287, 1984.
  81. Long JB, Kalivas PW, Youngblood WW, Prange AJ, Jr., and Kizer JS: Possible involvement of serotonergic neurotransmission in neurotensin but not morphine analgesia. Brain Research 310:35-41, 1984.
  82. Manberg PJ, Nemeroff CB, Bissette G, Widerlov W, Youngblood WW, Kizer JS, and Prange AJ, Jr. Neuropeptides in CSF and post-mortem brain tissue of normal controls, schizophrenics, and Huntington’s Choreics. Prog. Neuro-Psychopharmacol. & Biol. Psychiat. 9:97-108, 1985.
  83. Bissette G, Nemeroff CB, Decker MW, Kizer JS, Agid W, and Javoy-Agid F. Alterations in regional brain concentrations of neurotensin and bombesin in Parkinson’s disease, Annals of Neurology 17:324-328, 1985.
  84. Bateman RC, Youngblood WW, Busby WH, and Kizer JS: Nonenzymatic peptide alpha-amidation: Implications for a novel enzyme mechanism, J. of Biological Chemistry 260 (16):9088-9091, 1985.
  85. Moray LJ, Miller CR, Busby WH, Humm J, Bateman RC, and Kizer JS: A rapid, sensitive assay for glycine-directed amidating enzymes, J. of Neuroscience Methods 14:293-300, 1985.
  86. Kizer JS, Bateman RC, Jr., Miller CR, Humm J, Busby WH, Jr., & Youngblood WW. Purification and characterization of a peptidyl glycine mono-oxygenase from porcine pituitary. Endocrinology 118:2262-2267, 1986.
  87. McCown TJ, Moray LJ, Kizer JS, and Breese GR. Interactions between TRH and ethanol in the medial septum. Pharmacol. Biochem. Behav. 24:1269-1274, 1986.
  88. Busby WH, Jr., Quakenbush GE, Humm J, Youngblood WW, and Kizer, JS. A new enzyme(s) that converts Gln-peptides into pyro-glu-peptides: Presence in pituitary, brain and lymphocytes, J. of Biological Chemistry 262:8532-8536, 1987.
  89. Viveros OH, DiLiberto EJ Jr., Hong JH, Kizer JS, Wilson SP, Unsworth CD and Kanamatsu T. The regulation of enkephalin levels in adrenomedullary cells and its relation to chromaffin vesicle biogenesis and functional plasticity. Annals of NY Academy of Science 493:324-341, 1987.
  90. DiLiberto EJ Jr., Menniti FS, Knoth J, Daniels AJ, Kizer JS and Viveros OH. Adrenomedullary chromaffin cells as a model to study the neurobiology of ascorbic acid: From monooxygenation to neuromodulation. Annals of NY Academy of Science 498:28-53, 1987.
  91. Merchenthaler I, Meeker M, Petrusz P and Kizer JS. Identification and immunocytochemical localization of a new thyrotropin-releasing hormone precursor in rat brain. Endocrinology 124(4):1888-1897, 1989.
  92. Nemeroff CB, Kizer JS, Reynolds GP and Bissette G. Neuropeptides in Alzheimer’s disease: a postmortem study. Regulatory Peptides, 25:123-130, 1989.
  93. Koger JB, Humm J and Kizer JS. Assay of Glutaminyl Peptide Cyclase. In, Conn PM (ed.), Methods in Enzymology, Academic Press, Inc., Orlando Fl, Volume 168, pp.358-365, 1989.
  94. Brock T, Humm J and Kizer JS. Assay of Peptidyl Glycine Mono-oxygenase. In, Conn PM (ed.), Methods in Enzymology, Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, Fl, Volume 168, pp. 351-358, 1989.
  95. Kizer JS and Brock TO. Immunoscreening a Lambda gt11 cDNA Library. In, Conn PM (ed.), Methods in Neurosciences, Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, FL, Vol 1, pp. 307-318, 1989.
  96. Youngblood W and Kizer JS. Strategies for the Preparation of Haptens for Conjugation and Strategies for Iodination for Use in Radioimmunoassay of Small Oligopeptides. In, Conn PM (ed.), Neuroendocrine Peptide Methodology, Academic Press, Inc., San Diego, California, pp. 605-617, 1989.
  97. Kizer JS and Tropsha A. A Motif Found in Propeptides and Prohormones That May Target Them To Secretory Vesicles. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Comm. 174:586-592, 1991.
  98. Tropsha A, Kizer JS and Chaiken I. Making Sense from Antisense: a Review of Experimental Data and Developing Ideas on Sense-Antisense Peptide Recognition. J. Molecular Recognition, Volume 5, 43-54, 1992.
  99. Tropsha A, Bowen, J. Phillip, Brown, Frank K. and Kizer JS. Do Interhelical Hydrogen Bonds Participate in the formation of Leucine Zipper Coiled Coils? Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., USA, 1991, 88 (21), 9488-9492.
  100. LaMantia M, Platts-Mills Y, Khandelwal C, Cairns C, Forbach C, Busby-Whitehead J, Kizer JS. Predicting Hospital Admission and Returns to the Emergency Department for Elderly Patients. Acad Emergency Med 2010; 17:252-259.
  101. Platts-Mills T, McCall B, Travers D, Biese K, Lamantia M, Forbach C, Busby-Whitehead J, Kizer JS, Cairns C. Validity of the Emergency Severity Index for Identifying Elderly Patients Requiring an Immediate Life Saving Intervention. Acad Emerg Med. 2010 Mar;17(3):238-43.
  102. Biese K, Roberts E, LaMantia M, Zamora E, Shofer F, Snyder G, Patel A, Hollar D, Kizer JS, Busby-Whitehead J. Impact of a Geriatric Curriculum on Emergency Medicine Resident Attitudes. Acad Emerg Med, 2011; Suppl 2: S92-6.
  103. Platts-Mills T, Biese K, Lamantia M, Zamora Z, McCall B, Egbulefu F, Busby-Whitehead J, Cairns C, Kizer JS. Differences in the Quantity of Information Available to Emergency Department Providers During the Evaluation of Nursing Home Patients Based on Nursing Home Revenue Source, JAMDA; 13(4):332-336, 2012.
  104. Zamora A. Patel L, Lamantia M, Nauss N, Jerkewitz HP, Platts-Mills T, Forbach C, Cairns C, Busby-Whitehead J, Kizer J. Implementation of a Web Based System To Improve The Transitional Care of Older Adults. J Nurs Care Qual, 27(2):182-189, 2012..
  105. Biese K, LaMantia M, Shofer F, McCall B, Roberts E, Kizer J, Cairns CB, Busby – Whitehead J. A randomized trial exploring the impact of a phone call follow-up on care plan compliance among older adults discharged home from the emergency department. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2014; 21: 188-195.
  106. Computer-Facilitated Review of Electronic Medical Records Reliably Identifies ED Interventions in Older Adults. Biese K, Forbach C, Medlin RP, Platts-Mills T, Scholer MJ, McCall B, Shofer F, LaMantia M, Hobgood C, Kizer JS, Cairns C, and Busby-Whitehead J. Acad Emerg Med, 2013; 20:621-8..
  107. Lamantia M, Platts-Mills T, Forbach C, Shofner F, Cairns C, Busby-Whitehead J, Kizer J. Predictive value of initial triage vital signs for critically ill older adults.Western J of Emergency Med 2013; 14(5):453-60.
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