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Matthew T. Garin, MD

Matthew T. Garin, MD

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Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Department: Medicine

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5 Maloney
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-898-1720
Education:
BA (Biology)
Williams College, 2001.
MD
Medical University of South Carolina, 2008.
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Selected Publications

MT Garin, C Soran, T Cook, M Ferguson, S Day, J Myers: Lost in surveillance: Communication and follow-up of incidental lung nodules found on chest CT in a hospitalized and ambulatory patient population. Association of American Medical Colleges, Integrating Quality (IQ) Meeting. Poster Presentation. June 2015.

Matthew Garin, Christine Soran, Tessa Cook, Monica Ferguson, Susan Day, and Jennifer Myers. : Communication and follow-up of incidental lung nodules found on chest CT in a hospitalized and ambulatory patient population. Society of Hospital Medicine, Annual Meeting. Poster Presentation. April 2015.

Markus Jan*, Garin Matthew T*, Bies Juraj, Galili Naomi, Raza Azra, Thirman Michael J, Le Beau Michelle M, Rowley Janet D, Liu P Paul, Wolff Linda. * Authors contributed equally.: Methylation-independent silencing of the tumor suppressor INK4b (p15) by CBFbeta-SMMHC in acute myelogenous leukemia with inv(16). Cancer research 67(3): 992-1000, Feb 2007.

Wolff Linda, Garin Matthew T, Koller Richard, Bies Juraj, Tessarollo Lino, Anver Miriam R, Powell Douglas, Perella Christine: A novel retrovirus provides the cooperating oncogenic event(s) required to demonstrate the tumor suppressor activity of p15Ink4b in myeloid cells in vivo. Blood cells, molecules & diseases 32(1): 226-31, Jan-Feb 2004.

Wolff Linda, Garin Matthew T, Koller Richard, Bies Juraj, Liao Wei, Malumbres Marcos, Tessarollo Lino, Powell Douglas, Perella Christine: Hypermethylation of the Ink4b locus in murine myeloid leukemia and increased susceptibility to leukemia in p15(Ink4b)-deficient mice. Oncogene 22(58): 9265-74, Dec 2003.

Opavsky R, Haviernik P, Jurkovicova D, Garin M T, Copeland N G, Gilbert D J, Jenkins N A, Bies J, Garfield S, Pastorekova S, Oue A, Wolff L: Molecular characterization of the mouse Tem1/endosialin gene regulated by cell density in vitro and expressed in normal tissues in vivo. The Journal of biological chemistry 276(42): 38795-807, Oct 2001.

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