John T. Stout, MD, PhD
Dr. Stout specializes in retina/macular and retinal vascular diseases. His current research projects include human gene and stem cell therapy for proliferative and inherited ocular disease, retinal disease genotype-phenotype correlation and intraocular angiogenesis.
In 2008, Dr. Stout was named vice president for commercialization at OHSU with the objective of moving discoveries from the labs to the clinics as rapidly and as safely as possible.
Dr. Stout received a bachelor’s of arts degree from Rice University and a master’s of business administration degree from the University of Oregon. He completed his internship at Texas Children’s Hospital and his residency at the University of Southern California after earning his BCM degrees.
- Pediatric Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery
- Genetics and Stem Cell Therapy
Stempel AJ, Morgans CW, Stout JT, Appukuttan B.. "Simultaneous visualization and cell-specific confirmation of RNA and protein in the mouse retina.." Mol Vis. 2014 September 21;20:1366-73. Pubmed PMID: 25352743
Stout TE, McFarland T, Mitchell JC, Appukuttan B, Stout JT. "Recombinant filaggrin is internalized and processed to correct filaggrin deficiency.." J Invest Dermatol.. 2014;134(2):423-9. Pubmed PMID: 23792461
Stout JT. Francis PJ. "Surgical approaches to gene and stem cell therapy for retinal disease." Human Gene Therapy. 2011 May 22:531-5. Pubmed PMID: 21480778
Francis PJ. Wang S. Zhang Y. Brown A. Hwang T. McFarland TJ. Jeffrey BG. Lu B. Wright L. Appukuttan B. Wilson DJ. Stout JT. Neuringer M. Gamm DM. Lund RD. "Subretinal transplantation of forebrain progenitor cells in nonhuman primates: survival and intact retinal function.." Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 2009 July;50(7):3425-31. Pubmed PMID: 19234356
Francis PJ. Appukuttan B. Simmons E. Landauer N. Stoddard J. Hamon S. Ott J. Ferguson B. Klein M. Stout JT. Neuringer M. "Rhesus monkeys and humans share common susceptibility genes for age-related macular disease." Human Molecular Genetics. 2008 September 1;17(17):2673-80. Pubmed PMID: 18535016
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