Carlos Feleder, M.D., Ph.D.

Bio: 

Education

M.D. ‑ School of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
PhD. - The Frauenklinik fur Experimentelle Endokrinologie, University George-August, Gottingen, Germany; and Department of Physiology, School of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Courses Taught at ACPHS

Pathophysiology
Pharmacology/Medicinal Chemistry III and IV

Research Interests

Dr. Feleder has a long-standing interest in uncovering the mechanisms underlying the body's response to immune challenges, i.e., how the central nervous system controls the physiologic functions that protect the body from the harmful effects of infectious agents. In 2008, Dr. Feleder was awarded a three year research grant totaling $231,000 from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study the effects of the spleen in managing fever.

Selected Publications

Feleder C, Perlik V, Tang Y, Blatteis CM. A. A putative antihyperpyretic factor induced by LPS in spleen of guinea pigs. American Journal of Physiology Regulatory Integrative Comparative Physiology. 2005 289: R680-687.

Feleder C, Perlik V, Blatteis CM. Preoptic alpha-1 and alpha-2 noradrenergic agonists induce, respectively, PGE2-independent and PGE2-dependent hyperthermic responses in guinea pigs. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory Integrative Comparative Physiology 2004, 286: R1156-R1166.

Blatteis CM, Li S, Li Z, Perlik V, Feleder C. Complement is required for the induction of endotoxic fever in guinea pigs and mice. Journal of Thermal Biology 2004, 29: 369-381.

Li Z, Feleder C, Blatteis CM. LPS challenge causes exaggerated fever and increased hepatic LPS uptake in vinblastine-induced neutropenic guinea pigs. Critical Care Medicine. 2004, 32: 2131-2134.

Feleder C, Li Z, Perlik V, Evans A, Blatteis CM. The spleen modulates the febrile response of guinea pigs to LPS. American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory Integrative Comparative Physiology 2003, 284: R1466-R1476.

Memberships and Affiliations

Dr. Feleder was selected by the Italian Ministry of Health to review grant applications for biomedical research. He reviews grants in the fields of neuroscience, immunology, and endocrinology.

Dr. Feleder servers as a Principal Investigator at the Albany Center for Computational Nano-Neuroscience at The State University of New York.

Associate Professor
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences - Albany Campus