Department of Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology


   Jeanne M. Wallace, DVM, DACLAM



Associate Professor

Dept of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology

Director, Division of Animal Care

Dept of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics


  Contact Information



Office Location:

AA-6224 MCN

Phone: 615-322-6852

Fax: 615-343-7682

E-mail: jeanne.wallace@vanderbilt.edu


 Campus Mail address:

 Animal Care

 AA-6206 (2130)


 US Mailing address:

 Division of Animal Care

 Vanderbilt University School of Medicine


 Nashville, TN 37232-2130




  Disease Interests



Diseases of nonhuman primates

Animal models of obesity and metabolic syndrome



  Research Specialty



Animal models of human disease 


  Clinical Research Description



My collaborative research efforts have focused on the investigation of the relationships between risk factors (e.g., stress, obesity, fat distribution pattern, lipid/lipoprotein profiles) and the development of atherosclerosis in nonhuman primate models. 



  Clinical Interests



   Laboratory animal medicine, particularly diseases of nonhuman  primates


   Metabolic syndrome



  Selected Publications



Articles in refereed journals:

Jayo MJ, Zanolli MD, Jayo JM [Wallace]. Psoriatic plaques in a Macaca fascicularis.  Vet Pathol 1988;25:282-285.


Jayo MJ, Jayo JM, Jerome CP, Reynolds GD, Krugner-Higby L. Maxillo-orbital lymphoma (Burkitt's-type) in an infant Macaca fascicularis.  Lab Anim Sci 1988;38:722-726.


Jayo JM, Shively CA, Kaplan JR, Manuck SB. Effects of exercise and stress on body fat distribution in male cynomolgus monkeys. Int J Obesity 1993;17:597-604.


Sulistiyani, Adelman SJ, Chandrasekaran A, Jayo J, St. Clair RW.  Effect of 17α-dihydroequilin sulfate, a conjugated equine estrogen, and ethynylestradiol on atherosclerosis in cholesterol-fed rabbits.  Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 1995;15:837-846.


Wallace JM, Shively CA, Clarkson TB.  Effects of hormone replacement therapy and social stress on body fat distribution in surgically postmenopausal monkeys.  Int J Obes 1999;23:518-527.


Wilkinson LM, Wallace JM, Cline JM.  Disseminated blastomycosis in a rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta).  Vet Path 1999;36:460-462.


Paramastri YP, Wallace JM, Salleng KJ, Wilkinson LM, Malarkey DE, Cline JM. Intracranial lymphomas in simian retrovirus-positive Macaca fascicularis. Vet Pathol 2002;39:399-402.


Rudel LL, Davis M, Sawyer J, Shah R, Wallace J. Primates highly responsive to dietary cholesterol up-regulate hepatic ACAT2, and less responsive primates do not. J Biol Chem 2002;277(35):31401-31406.


Couillard N, Wallace J, Young R, Kock N. Cecal volvulus in two African green monkeys (Cercopithecus athiops [sic] sabeus).  Comp Med 2004;54(3):324-326.


Wallace, JM, Schwarz M, Coward P, Houze J, Sawyer JK, Kelley KL, Chai A, Rudel LL. Effects of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor α/δ agonists on HDL-cholesterol in vervet monkeys. J Lipid Res 2005;46(5):1009-1016.


Sikoski P, Banks ML, Gould R, Young RW, Wallace JM, Nader MA. Comparison of rectal and infrared thermometry for obtaining body temperature in cynomolgus macaques (Macaca fascicularis). J of Med Primatol 2007;36(6):381–384.


Wallace JM, Sikoski P. Animal Care and Use Issues in Movement Disorder Research. ILAR J 2007;48(4):317-322.


Books, book chapters, invited review articles:

Clarkson TB, Jayo JM, Anthony MS. Individual differences in the susceptibility of nonhuman primates to diet-induced atherosclerosis. In: Crepaldi G, Gotto AM, Manzato E, Baggio G, eds.  Atherosclerosis VII.  Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 1989:149-152.


Jayo JM, Shively CA, Clarkson TB, Kaplan J.  Social stress effects on regional fat distribution in male and female monkeys. In: Allison DB, Pi-Sunyer FX, eds. Obesity treatment: Establishing goals, improving outcomes and reviewing the research agenda.  New York: Plenum Press, 1995.


Jayo JM, Schwenke DC, Clarkson TB. Specialized research applications: Atherosclerosis. In: Manning PJ, Ringler DH, Newcomer CE, eds. The Biology of the Laboratory Rabbit, 2nd ed. Orlando, FL: Academic Press, Inc., 1994:367-380. 


Jayo JM, Shively CA, Clarkson TB, Kaplan J. Social stress effects on regional fat distribution in male and female monkeys. In: Allison DB, Pi-Sunyer FX, eds. Obesity Treatment: Establishing Goals, Improving Outcomes and Reviewing the Research Agenda. New York: Plenum Press, 1995.


Shively CA, Wallace JM.  Social status, social stress and fat distribution in primates.  In: Björntorp P (ed).  International Textbook of Obesity. Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2001:203-211.