• 24 Citations
  • 3 h-Index

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Research interests

Dr. Hannah Atkins provides diagnostic and investigative veterinary pathology services to Penn State researchers and associated contracted research organizations. She has experience in immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, flow cytometry and digital histomorphometry techniques, as well as experimental design, grant writing and statistical analysis. Dr. Atkins has collaborated on several National Institutes of Health and Department of Defense grants as well as numerous pilot studies and projects investigating topics from artificial organs to cancer. 

While completing her postdoctoral fellowship, Dr. Atkins worked with animal models of women's health, irradiation, cardiovascular disease, cancer and neonatal vaccines. Her doctoral dissertation focused on women’s health and elucidated the immunometabolic mechanisms within endometriosis tissue using cell culture and non-human primate models. 

Her research continues to focus on endometriosis mitochondrial metabolism and non-hormonal, anti-inflammatory treatments.

Professional information

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists (DACVP)

Board-certified in Veterinary Pathology, American College of Veterinary Pathologists, 2019

Education/Academic qualification

Molecular Medicine and Translational Science, PhD, Wake Forest University Bowman Gray School of Medicine

… → May 2018

Postdoctoral Veterinary Fellowship, Wake Forest University Bowman Gray School of Medicine

… → 2017

DVM, Texas A and M University

… → 2014

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Research Output

  • 24 Citations
  • 3 h-Index
  • 9 Article
1 Scopus citations

CD8 T cells and STAT1 signaling are essential codeterminants in protection from polyomavirus encephalopathy

Mockus, T. E., Netherby-Winslow, C. S., Atkins, H. M., Lauver, M. D., Jin, G., Ren, H. M. & Lukacher, A. E., Mar 1 2020, In : Journal of virology. 94, 8, e02038-19.

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  • Serine phosphorylation of the STAT1 transactivation domain promotes autoreactive B cell and systemic autoimmunity development

    Chodisetti, S. B., Fike, A. J., Domeier, P. P., Schell, S. L., Mockus, T. E., Choi, N. M., Corradetti, C., Hou, B., Atkins, H. M., Caricchio, R., Decker, T., Lukacher, A., Olsen, N. & Rahman, Z. S. M., May 15 2020, In : Journal of Immunology. 204, 10, p. 2641-2650 10 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 1 Scopus citations

    Endometrium and endometriosis tissue mitochondrial energy metabolism in a nonhuman primate model

    Atkins, H. M., Bharadwaj, M. S., O'Brien Cox, A., Furdui, C. M., Appt, S. E. & Caudell, D. L., Aug 24 2019, In : Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology. 17, 1, 70.

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    Open Access
  • 3 Scopus citations

    Labyrinthitis Ossificans in a Cynomolgus Macaque (Macaca fascicularis)

    Balamayooran, G., Atkins, H. M., Whitlow, C. T., Aycock, S. T., Nader, M. A., Cline, J. M. & Caudell, D. L., Jun 2018, In : Comparative Medicine. 68, 3, p. 239-242 4 p.

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