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Geza Bodor, MD​

Professor and Section Chief, Chemistry & Molecular Laboratories, VA Medical Center, Denver


Education:

 – MD, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary (1978)

 

Postdoctoral Education:

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Resident and Fellow in Clinical Pathology Washington University and Barnes Hospital,

St. Louis, MO (1992)

 

Research Activities:

 – Development of first monoclonal antibody-based immunoassay for cardiac troponin measurement

 – Experimental and clinical studies of cardiac markers

 – International standardization of cardiac troponin I assay

 – Vitamin D assay development using LCMSMS instrument

 – Forensic toxicology assay development using LCMSMS

 – Laboratory test utilization, laboratory cost containment

 

Selected Publications:

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Bodor GS, Porter S, Landt Y, Ladenson JH. The Development of Monoclonal Antibodies and an Assay for Cardiac Troponin-I with Preliminary Results in Suspected Myocardial Infarction. Clin Chem 1992

Adams JE, Bodor GS, Davila-Roman VG, Delmez JA, Apple FS, Ladenson JH, Jaffe AS. Cardiac Troponin-I: a Marker with High Specificity for Cardiac Injury. Circulation 1993

Bodor GS, Porterfield D, Voss E, Survant L, Smith S, Apple FS. Cardiac troponin-T composition in normal and regenerating human skeletal muscle. Clin Chem 1997

Christenson RH, Duh SH, Apple FS, Bodor GS, Bunk DM, Dalluge J, Panteghini M, Potter JD, Welch MJ, Wu AH, Kahn SE. Standardization of Cardiac Troponin I Assays: Round Robin of Ten Candidate Reference Materials. Clin Chem 2001

 

Office Location:

 VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System

 Laboratory Services 113

 

Contacts:

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 Office Phone:

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Geza.Bodor@ucdenver.edu

Geza.Bodor@va.gov

(303) 399-8020 x2625

(303) 393-4176

(720) 206-4078

 

Mailing Address:

 VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System

 Laboratory Services 113

 1055 Clermont Street

 Denver, CO 80220​​​​​​​