LTC Hailey A. Clancy
LTC Clancy is the Assistant Course Director for Advanced General Chemistry I and II.
- Ph.D. New York University, Molecular Toxicology 2012
- M.S. Cornell University, Toxicology 2002
- B.A. Westminster College, Spanish 1992
- B.A. Westminster College, Biology 1992
- Command and General Staff College
- Officer's Maintenance Course
- Combined Arms and Services Staff School
- Combined Logistics Officer Advanced Course
- Transportation Officer Basic Course
- "Gene Expression Changes in Human Lung Cells Exposed to Arsenic, Chromium, Nickel or Vanadium Indicate the First Steps in Cancer." Clancy, H.A., Sun, H., Passantino, L., Kluz, T.P., Munoz, A.B., Zavadil, J., Costa, M., Metallomics, 2012, DOI: 10.1039/c2mt20074k.
- "The effect of exposure to carcinogenic metals on histone tail modifications and gene expression in human subjects." Arita, A., Shamy, M.Y., Chervona, Y., Clancy, H.A., Sun, H., Hall, M.N., Qu, Q., Gamble, M.V., Costa, M., J Trace Elem Med Biol, 2012.
- "Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) protects against chromate-induced toxicity in vitro." Wu, F., Sun, H., Kluz, T., Clancy, H.A., Kiok, K., Costa, M., Toxicol Appl Pharmacol, 2012, 258, 166-175.
- "Liprin-alpha4 is required for nickel induced receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase-leukocyte antigen related receptor F (RPTP-LAR) activity." Kiok, K., Sun, H., Clancy, H., Bose, S., Kluz, T., Wu, F., Costa, M., PLoS One, 2011, 6, e22764.
- "Comparison of Gene Expression Profiles in Chromate Transformed BEAS-2B Cells." Sun, H., Clancy, H.A., Kluz, T., Zavadil, J., Costa, M., PLoS One, 2011, 6.
- "Bacillus anthracis: toxicology, epidemiology and current rapid-detection methods." Edwards, K.A., Clancy, H.A., Baeumner, A.J., Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2006, 384, 73-84.
- "Biosensor for the specific detection of a single viable B-anthracis spore." Hartley, H.A., Baeumner, A.J.. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 2003, 376, 319-327.
- LTC Clancy is currently investigating the effects of Depleted Uranium (DU) exposure in mice implanted intramuscularly with DU pellets to better under the toxicity of DU exposure in Soldiers injured by DU shrapnel. This project is being carried out with the support of the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFRRI). Additionally, LTC Clancy is assessing the relationship between lung cancer and the expression of a key developmental protein, SATB2, which was up-regulated in human lung cells by exposure to dilute solutions of various metals (Nickel, Arsenic, Chromium, and Vanadium). This project is being executed in coordination with the Department of Environmental Medicine at New York University (NYU).