The University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine, Knoxville



The Department of Medicine

Ronald H. Lands, MD

Clinical Professor
Division of Hematology and Oncology

Clinical Focus

Hematology and Oncology in the elderly, Palliative Care, Medical Ethics, Narrative Medicine

Education

Medical School
University of Tennessee, Memphis

Graduate School
Master of Fine Arts, Queen’s University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

Residency
University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences, Memphis, TN

Fellowship
University of Tennessee Center for Health Sciences

Certifications

Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
Diplomate, American Board of Medical Oncology
Diplomate, American Board of Hematology
Certificate of added qualifications, Geriatric Medicine
American Board of Hospice/Palliative Medicine

Professional Affiliations

 

Current Publications

Wall JS, Heidel RE, Stuckey A, Martin EB, Richey T, Williams A, Foster JS, Whittle B, Fu Y, Powell D, Lands RH, Guthrie S, Kennel SJ.
Detection of systemic AL amyloidosis and differentiation of AL from Attr using 124I-p5+14 PET imaging. Blood. 2020 Nov;136(Sup 1):17–18. Available in Scopus: Dec 2020.

Worth HA, Marlette Z, Aljadir D, Lands R.
Hereditary hyperferritinemia-cataract syndrome in 3 generations of a family in east Tennessee. Case Reports in Hematology. 2020 May 26;2020:2837573. eCollection 2020. Available in PubMed: Jun 2020.

Wall JS, Stuckey A, Martin EB, Richey T, Williams A, Wooliver DC, Macy S, Foster JS, Whittle B, Geldrich R, Powell M, Fu Y, Powell D, Osborne D, Heidel RE, Marine B, Besozzi M, Ramchandren R, Lands RH, Kennel SJ.
Preliminary phase 1 data on the safety and efficacy of a novel PET radiotracer, 124I-p5+14, for imaging systemic amyloidosis. Blood. 2019 Nov;134(Supplement_1):3034-3034.

Wall JS, Williams AD, Foster JS, Richey T, Stuckey A, Macy S, Wooliver C, Campagna SR, Tague ED, Farmer AT, Lands RH, Martin EB, Heidel RE, Kennel SJ.
Bifunctional amyloid-reactive peptide promotes binding of antibody 11-1F4 to diverse amyloid types and enhances therapeutic efficacy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2018 Nov 13;115(46):E10839-E10848. Epub 2018 Oct 30.

Martin EB, Williams AD, Heidel RE, Foster JS, Lands RH, Kennel SJ, Wall JS.
A functional assay to identify amyloidogenic light chains. Amyloid. 2018 Mar 23:1-8.

Martin EB, Williams A, Wooliver C, Heidel RE, Adams S, Dunlap J, Ramirez-Alvarado M, Blancas-Mejia LM, Lands RH, Kennel SJ, Wall JS.
Differential recruitment efficacy of patient-derived amyloidogenic and myeloma light chain proteins by synthetic fibrils-A metric for predicting amyloid propensity. PLoS One. 2017 Mar 28;12(3):e0174152. eCollection 2017.

Lands R, Isang E.
Secondary hemochromatosis due to chronic oral iron supplementation. Case Reports in Hematology. 2017;2017:2494167.

Current Presentations

Frisbee J, Worth H, Lands RH. Just another anemia. Presented at Annual Scientific Meeting of the Tennessee Chapter of the American College of Physicians; 2019 Oct 11-12; Franklin, TN.

Frisbee J, Worth H, Lands RH. Just another anemia. Presented at Annual Scientific Meeting of the Tennessee Chapter of the American College of Physicians; 2019 Oct 11-12; Franklin, TN.

Lands RH. Not as a stranger: The importance of story in the physician patient relationship. Presented at American College of Physicians, Winston P. Caine, MD Endowed Lecture (Invited Lecture); 2017 Oct 12; Chattanooga, TN.

Wall JS, Foster JS, Koul R, Williams A, Martin EB, Richey T, Stuckey A, Macy S, Lands R, Hanna W, Kennel SJ. A novel bifunctional peptide-FC-fusion construct for immunotherapy of visceral amyloidosis. Presented at 58th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition; 2016 Dec 3-6; San Diego, CA.

Martin EB, Williams A, Heidel RE, Adams S, Lands R, Hanna W, Kennel SJ, Wall JS. A method to predict the amyloidogenic propensity of light chain proteins by measuring binding to synthetic amyloid fibrils. Presented at 58th American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting and Exposition; 2016 Dec 3-6; San Diego, CA.

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