Dale "Bo" Clark Stapler Jr., MD

Resident, Pediatric Residency Training Program

Dale "Bo" Stapler, MD, chose to come to Cincinnati because of all the cities he was willing to go to, they had the best Pediatrics Residency Program. Cincinnati has a great cost of living and the Midwestern people are very friendly and down-to-earth. These appealed to him and his young family.

The city is large enough to have a number of interesting things to do. He has enjoyed attending concerts, professional sporting events, going to a wide variety of restaurants, and going to many of the city’s parks.

At the same time, the city is divided into townships that allow for a smaller community feel. For instance, he and his family can walk to the Clifton town center go shopping, have dinner, see a movie and get ice cream afterwards without having to get in the car.

MD: Medical College of Georiga, Atlanta, GA, 2011.

Residency: University of Cincinnati Hospital and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

Bolduc A, Long E, Stapler D, Cascalho M, Tsubata T, Koni PA, Shimoda M. Constitutive CD40L expression on B cells prematurely terminates germinal center response and leads to augmented plasma cell production in T cell areas. Journal of Immunology. 2010 Jul;185(1):220-30.

Stapler D, Lee E, Selvaraj S, Evans A, Kean L, Speck S, Larsen C, Gangappa S. Expansion of Effector Memory TCR Vb4+ CD8+ T Cells Is Associated with Latent Infection-Mediated Resistance to Transplantation Tolerance. Journal of Immunology. 2008 Mar;180:3190–3200.

Lee E, Kemball C, Wang J, Dong Y, Stapler D, Hamby K, Gangappa S, Newell K, Pearson T, Lukacher A, Larsen C. A Mouse Model for Polyomavirus-Associated Nephropathy of Kidney Transplants. American Journal of Transplantation. 2006 May;6:913-922.