Richard F. Lockey, MD, MS
Richard F. Lockey is Division Director, Allergy/Immunology; Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health; Joy McCann Culverhouse Chair, Allergy/Immunology; University Distinguished Health Professor; tenured; University of South Florida (USF); Chief, Section, Allergy/Immunology, James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital, Tampa, Florida. Graduate, Haverford College, Haverford, PA; Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA (Alpha Omega Alpha); University of Michigan M.S.; Major, US Air Force (1971-1972).
He has authored, co-authored, edited > 600 publications: 14 books; 20 monographs; 238 experimental; 290 invited papers, editorials, chapters; 35 electronic publications. He has served on various editorial boards, is co-editor Journal of Investigational Allergology and Clinical Immunology, edited Journal, American Medical Association, Primer on Allergic and Immunologic Diseases, (1987), and co-edited first American College of Physicians and AAAAI Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program in Allergy/Immunology (1992) and has published in Nature Medicine, JAMA, NEJM.
He is currently a Member/fellow, AAAAI, ACCP, ACP (past), ATS, ACOEM (past), CIS, EAACI, and ETS; past-president, Florida Allergy/Immunology Society; AAAAI (1992); WAO (2010-2012); past-director, American Board of Allergy/Immunology. He has been featured on the cover Journal of the Florida Medical Association (1996) with Drs. Samuel C. Bukantz & Robert A. Good. His major awards include: Temple University; McCaskey High School, Lancaster, PA; Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), Florida Chapter; National AAFA; AAAAI Special Recognition (1993), Distinguished Service (1999) and Clinician Awards (2008); Florida Academy of Science Medal (2000); USF Distinguished Service (2001) and Southern Medical Association’s Original Research Awards (2012).
His current projects include: RSV vaccine; pathogenesis of pulmonary hypertension/fibrosis; genetic abnormalities, primary immunodeficiency; pathogenesis of asthma.