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Brendan J Kelly, MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Medicine

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731 Blockley Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
AB (History and Science)
Harvard College, Harvard University, 2002.
MD
College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, 2007.
MSCE (Genetic Epidemiology)
Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Pennsylvania, 2013.
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Selected Publications

Marques AD, Sherrill-Mix S, Everett J, Reddy S, Hokama P, Roche AM, Hwang Y, Glascock A, Whiteside SA, Graham-Wooten J, Khatib LA, Fitzgerald AS, Moustafa AM, Bianco C, Rajagopal S, Helton J, Deming R, Denu L, Ahmed A, Kitt E, Coffin SE, Newbern C, Mell JC, Planet PJ, Badjatia N, Richards B, Wang ZX, Cannuscio CC, Strelau KM, Jaskowiak-Barr A, Cressman L, Loughrey S, Ganguly A, Feldman MD, Collman RG, Rodino KG, Kelly BJ, Bushman FD.: SARS-CoV-2 variants associated with vaccine breakthrough in the Delaware Valley through summer 2021. medRxiv Oct 2021.

Kelly BJ, Bekele S, Loughrey S, Huang E, Tolomeo P, David MZ, Lautenbach E, Han JH, Ziegler MJ; CDC Prevention Epicenters Program.: Healthcare microenvironments define multidrug-resistant organism persistence. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol Aug 2021.

Harrigan JJ, Abdallah H, Clarke EL, Oganisian A, Roy JA, Lautenbach E, Reesey E, Wernovsky M, Tolomeo P, Morawski Z, Jacob J, Grippi MA, Kelly BJ.: Respiratory microbiome disruption and risk for ventilator-associated lower respiratory tract infection. Clin Infect Dis Aug 2021.

Colin D. Tkatch, MD; Emily Reesey, MS; Ryan Stetz, MS; Kevin Alby, PhD; Pam Tolomeo, MPH; Brendan J. Kelly, MD, MS: Colonic bacterial abundance and inflammation associated with Clostridioides difficile free toxin detection. World Microbe Forum 2021 June 2021.

Richard-Greenblatt M, Ziegler MJ, Bromberg V, Huang E, Abdallah H, Tolomeo P, Lautenbach E, Glaser L, Kelly BJ.: Quantifying the Impact of Nasopharyngeal Specimen Quality on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 Test Performance. Open Forum Infect Dis 8: ofab235, May 2021.

Rhee RL, Lu J, Bittinger K, Lee JJ, Mattei LM, Sreih AG, Chou S, Miner JJ, Cohen NA, Kelly BJ, Lee H, Grayson PC, Collman RG, Merkel PA.: Dynamic Changes in the Nasal Microbiome Associated with Disease Activity in Patients with Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis. Arthritis Rheumatol March 2021.

Abdallah HO, Weingart MF, Fuller R, Pegues D, Fitzpatrick R, Kelly BJ.: Subglottic suction frequency and adverse ventilator-associated events during critical illness. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology January 2021.

Richard-Greenblatt M, Ziegler MJ, Bromberg V, Huang E, Abdallah H, Tolomeo P, Lautenbach E, Glaser L, Kelly BJ.: Impact of Nasopharyngeal Specimen Quality on SARS-CoV-2 Test Sensitivity. medRxiv December 2020.

Harrigan JL, Abdallah H, Clarke EL, Lautenbach E, Reesey E, Wernovsky M, Tolomeo P, Morawski Z, Jacob J, Grippi MA, Kelly BJ: Impact of respiratory Staphylococcus aureus abundance on risk for ventilator-associated pneumonia during long-term care. Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) IDWEEK 2020 (Philadelphia, PA) October 2020.

Kelly BJ: Differential bacterial persistence in the human respiratory tract during mechanical ventilation. Microbial Ecology and Evolution (MEE) Virtual 2020 Aug 2020.

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