Thomas F Ignaczak, MD
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Medicine
1000 Oakland Drive
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Thomas Ignaczak, MD is physician at DayOne Family Healthcare in Battle Creek, MI. Dr. Ignaczak earned his medical degree in 1970 from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and went on to complete an internal medicine residency in 1973 from Washington University School of Medicine. Dr. Ignaczak continuned his training with completion of a fellowship in 1975 in Molecular Pathology from the National Institute of Arthritis. In 1977 he completed a postdoctoral Fellowship at the Univesity of Michigan Rackham Arthritis Research Unit.
- American Board of Internal Medicine (Rheumatology)
Education and Training
- Postdoctoral Fellowship 1977, Arthritis Foundation , University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
- Fellowship 1975, Molecular Pathology,
- Residency 1973, Internal Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis
- MD 1970, The Ohio State University
- BS 1967, Unknown (Summa Cum Laude), University of Toledo
- Internal Medicine
Bennett W., Porter G., Leonard A., Ignaczak T., Hyla J., Cassidy J., Bole G., Kimberly R., Plotz P. Aspirin and Renal Function New England Journal of Medicine. 1977;296:1168-1169. doi: 10.1056/NEJM197705192962014.
Ignaczak T., Sipe J., Linke R., Glenner G. Immunochemical studies on the nature of the serum component (SAA) related to secondary amyloidosis The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine. 1977;89:1092-1104.
Trotter J., Engel W., Ignaczak T. Amyloidosis With Plasma Cell Dyscrasia: An Overlooked Cause of Adult Onset Sensorimotor Neuropathy Archives of Neurology. 1977;34:209-214. doi: 10.1001/archneur.1977.00500160023003.
Ignaczak T., Cassidy J. Salicylate effect on lymphocyte transformation in normal subjects Clinical Research. 1976;24
Sipe J., Ignaczak T., Pollock P., Glenner G. Amyloid fibril protein AA: purification and properties of the antigenically related serum component as determined by solid phase radioimmunoassay Journal of Immunology. 1976;116:1151-1156.
Trotter J., Engel W., Ignaczak T. Amyloid polyneuropathy--a plasma cell dyscrasia with abnormal circulating immunoglobulins. Transactions of the American Neurological Association. 1976;101:150-153.
Ignaczak T., Espinoza L., Kantor O., Osterland C. Jaccoud Arthritis Archives of Internal Medicine. 1975;135:577-579. doi: 10.1001/archinte.1975.00330040089015.
Linke R., Sipe J., Pollock P., Ignaczak T., Glenner G. Isolation of a low molecular weight serum component antigenically related to an amyloid fibril protein of unknown origin Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 1975;72:1473-1476. doi: 10.1073/pnas.72.4.1473.
Bull D., Ignaczak T. Enterobacterial Common Antigen-Induced Lymphocyte Reactivity in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Gastroenterology. 1973;64:43-50. doi: 10.1016/S0016-5085(73)80090-3.
Bull D., Ignaczak T., Greenberger N. Enterobacterial common antigen-induced lymphocyte reactivity in inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine. 1971;78:826.