Ilona Sinead Lorincz, MD, MS

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
3400 Civic Center Blvd., Suite 4 900W
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
AB (Psychology, Neuroscience)
Dartmouth College, 2003.
M.D. (Medicine)
Georgetown University School of Medicine, 2008.
M.S. (Science Health Policy )
University of Pennsylvania, 2017.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Diabetes
Nutrition
Thyroid
Transgender

Description of Research Expertise

Quality Improvement
Patient Safety
Behavioral Interventions
Health Services Research
Population Management

Selected Publications

Gopalan A, Lorincz IS, Wirtalla C, Marcus SC, Long JA.: Awareness of Prediabetes and Engagement in Diabetes Risk-Reducing Behaviors. Am J Prev Med 49(4): 512-19, October 2015.

Patel N, Lorincz, I, Stromberg N, Ravitz N, Van Der Tuyn M, Hanson B. : Enhancing Care Team Communication. Presented at Institute for Healthcare Improvement National Forum, Orlando, FL December 8-11 2013 Notes: Poster presentation.

Lorincz I, Gitelman Y, Stromberg N, Tait Gordon, Van Der Tuyn M, Rosin Roy, McGreevy J,Salmon, J, Hanson B, Patel N, Myers J : Brainstorm: leveraging social media to accelerate IT innovation. Presented at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement National Forum, Orlando, FL December 8-11 2013 Notes: Poster presentation.

Lorincz I, Ewanichak J, Kharlip J: A Review of the Clinical Presentation and Management of Patients with Ipilumumab-associated Hypophysitis Treated at the Penn Pituitary Center. Endocrine Review. Presented at the Endocrine Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA 34, June 2013 Notes: Poster presentation.

Lorincz IS1, Lawson BC, Long JA: Provider and patient directed financial incentives to improve care and outcomes for patients with diabetes. Current Diabetes Reports 13(2): 188-95, April 2013.

Lorincz IS, Lawson BC, Long JA: “Provider and patient directed financial incentives to improve care and outcomes for patients with diabetes.” Curr Diab Rep. 13(2): 188-95, April 2013.

Lorincz, IS, Patel, N, Schmidt, S, Boczar, B, Savitz, J, Ahya, V, Myers,J: An Intervention to Improve Medication Reconciliation: Discharge Time-out. Presented at the Society of Hospital Medicine National Meeting Grapevine, Texas. May 10-13 2011 Notes: Poster presentation.

Belfer I, Buzas B, Evans C,Hipp H, Phillips G, Taubman J, Lorincz I, Lipsky RH, Enoch MA,Max MB, and Goldman D. : Haplotype structure of the beta adrenergic receptor genes in US Caucasians and African Americans. Eur J Hum Genet. 13(3): 341-51, March 2005.

Belfer I, Buzas B, Hipp H, Phillips G, Taubman J, Lorincz I, Evans, C, Lipsky RH, Enoch MA, Max MB, and Goldman D : Haplotype-based analysis of alpha 2A, 2B, adn 2C adrenergic receptor genes captures information on common functional loci at each gene. J Hum Genet. 50(1): 12-20, 2005.

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