Alan G. Wasserstein

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Emeritus Associate Professor CE of Medicine
Director, Quality Improvement, Renal Division, Univ of PA
Diversity Search Advisor, Penn Medical School
Department: Medicine

Contact information
One Founders Pavilion
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 2159007843
Fax: 2156150349
B.A. (English, Summa Cum Laude)
Amherst College, 1968.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1973.
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Description of Research Expertise

Medical professionalism

Description of Clinical Expertise

Nephrolithiasis, divalent cation metabolism and renal osteodystrophy,

Description of Other Expertise

History and cultural studies of medicine

Selected Publications

Wasserstein, A.: Core Curriculum in Nephrology: Nephrolithiasis. Am. J. Kidney Dis 45: 422-428, 2005.

Bilenker, JH, Demers, R, Porter, DL, Wasserstein, AG, Peters, E, Manaker, S.: Recombinant human erythropoietin usage in a large academic medical center. Am. J. Managed Care 8: 742-747, 2002.

Rosas, SE, Wasserstein, A, Kobrin, S, Feldman, HI.: Preliminary observations of sildenafil treatment for erectile dysfunction in dialysis patients. American Journal of Kidney Diseases 37(1): 134-137, Jan 2001.

Wasserstein, AG.: The more things changeā€¦[editorial] Am. J.Kidney Disease 38(2): 240-8, Aug 2001.

Wasserstein, A: Nephrolithiasis. Primer on Kidney Diseases (National Kidney Foundation). A. Greenberg. San Diego (eds.). Academic Press, Page: 348-354, 2001.

Wasserstein, AG.: Secondary Glomerulonephritidies. Immunologic Renal Diseases. Couser, WG (eds.). Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Page: 1247-1268, 2001.

Sachdeo RC, Wasserstein AG, D'Souza J.: Oxcarbazepine (Trileptal)effect on serum sodium. Epilepsia. 40(7): 103, 1999.

Wasserstein, A.: Nephrolithiasis: Acute management and prevention. Disease-a-Month 44: 196-213, 1998.

Mangram, AJ, Archibald, LK, Hupert, M, Tokars, J, Brennan, PJ, Arduino, M, Peterson, S, Park, S, Raymond, A, McCullough, M, Jones, M, Wasserstein, A, Kobrin, S, Jarvis, W.: Nationwide outbreak of sterile peritonitis among continuous cycling peritoneal dialysis patients associated with intrinsically contaminated dialysis fluid. Infection Control and Hosp Epid 18(5): 27, 1997.

Wasserstein, A: Membranous glomerulonephritis. J Am Soc Nephrol 8: 664-674, 1997.

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