Kirstin S. Knox, MD, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
3400 Spruce Street
5 Maloney
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-3797
Education:
BA (Biology)
Swarthmore College, 1999.
PhD (Genetics)
Stanford University, 2009.
MD
Stanford University, 2009.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

My interests include care coordination for high inpatient utilizers (hospital "superutilizers"), sustainability and green practices in health care, and effective teaching methods for inpatient general internal medicine.

Selected Publications

Kirstin Knox MD PhD, Jessica Schneider BSN RN, Vicmar Gatmaitan BSN RN, Todd Hecht MD, Neha Patel MD MS, and Jennifer S. Myers MD : Breaking the Cycle: A Successful Intervention for High Utilizers on a General Medicine Service. SGIM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. 2017.

Kirstin S Knox, Vicmar Gatmaitan, Neha Patel, and Jennifer S. Myers: A multidisciplinary care coordination and continuity intervention for high utilizers on a hospitalist service. SHM Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. 2016.

Knox K, Leuenberger D, Penn AA, Baker JC: Global hormone profiling of murine placenta reveals Secretin expression. Placenta 32(11): 811-6, Nov 2011.

Knox, K., and Baker, J.C. : Genomic evolution of the placenta using co-option and duplication and divergence. Genome Research 18(5), May 2008.

Knox, K.S., and Baker, J.C.: Genome-wide expression profiling of placentas in the p57Kip2 model of pre-eclampsia Mol Hum Reprod. (4), April 2007.

Jacobson, M.D., Munoz, C.X., Knox, K.S., Williams, B.E., Lu, L.L., Cross, F.R., Vallen, E.A.: SID2, a novel gene in S. cerevisiae synthetically lethal with sic1 deletion, may regulate DNA replication. Genetics 159(1), Sept 2001.

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