Charles S Via
EducationBA (cum laude), University of Virginia
MD, University of Virginia
Internship and Junior Residency, Internal Medicine, St. Elizabeth's Hospital (Tufts), Boston, MA
Senior Residency, Internal Medicine, The Carney Hospital (Boston Univ), Boston, MA
Rheumatology Fellowship, Walter Reed Army Med Ctr
Medical Staff Fellow, Experimental Immunology Branch, DCBD, NCI, NIH
BiographyPositions and employment
1976-1980 U.S. Army: Internist, Stuttgart, Germany; Asst. Chief Int. Med, West Berlin, Germany
1982-1984 Chief, Rheumatology, Brooke Army Med. Center, San Antonio, TX
1988-2004 Assistant, Associate and Full Professor (with tenure), Univ. Maryland Med. Sch., Chief, Arthritis Clinic, Baltimore VA Hospital. Co-Founder and Director, Maryland Lupus Program.
2004-present Professor, Pathology Dept., Uniformed Services Univ. of Health Sci. Bethesda, MD.
Study Sections, full member: NIH: Hypersensitivity, Autoimmune and Immune Diseases (HAI) (2009-2013); Veterans Affairs: Immunology, Merit Review Board (1995-98); Arthritis Foundation: Clinical and Applied Immunology (1991-92), Cellular Immunology (2002-03). DOD: DTRA-TMTI Viral Therapeutics (2006-07). Alliance for Lupus Research: Target Identification in lupus (2005-07, 2009-2013); Lupus Research Inst. (2012-13). NIH ad hoc reviewer: IMS/HAI, IMB, ACTS (1992-2008).
Editorial Boards: Clinical Immunology (1992-2004); Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory Immunology (2002- 2006), Clinical and Vaccine Immunology (2006-2010), Current Immunol Reviews (2005). Section Editor: The Journal of Immunology (2005-2008), Cellular Immunology (2015-present)
NIAMS Advisory Council, ex officio DOD representative. (2002-2004).
1996 US Patent # 5,514,556: Method for detecting immune dysfunction in asymptomatic AIDS patients and for predicting organ transplant rejection.GM Shearer, M Clerici, CS Via.
Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments
The Honor Society of Phi Beta Kappa
Meritorious Service Medal, United States Army
VA Career Development Award, Research Associate
Phillip Hench Award in Rheumatology, Assn of Military Surgeons of the United States
26th Annual Einbender Lecturer in Lupus, University of Missouri Medical School, Columbia, MO
Henry Kunkel Society