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Dana Shanis, M.D.

Education

·          Cornell University, Bachelor of Science Degree with Honors, 2003

·          Temple University School of Medicine, Doctorate of Medicine, 2007


Medical Training

·          Resident, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, July 2007 – June 2009

·          Resident, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, July 2009 – July 2011

·          Fellowship, National Institutes of Health, Aug 2011- July 2012 

Professional Experience

·         Faculty Attending, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. 2012-2015

·         Visiting Scientist, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. 2012 to present

Certifications and Awards

·          Diplomat of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology      

·          Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

·          The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Research All-Star 2012

·           The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists/Hologic Research 

·          Award on Cervical Cancer Prevention 2011-2012 

·          Temple University School of Medicine Commencement Speaker  

·          Order of Omega Honor Society

Research

·          Shanis D, Anandi P, Grant C, Pophali P, Koklanaris E, Savani B N, Barrett J,Battiwalla M, Stratton P. “Extensive Chronic Graft-Versus-Host-Disease SignificantlyIncreases the Risk of Severe and Multifocal Genital Tract HPV Disease in Long-TermSurvivors of Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplantation.” American Society of Hematology57th Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL. Dec 5-8, 2015.

·          Purisch SE, Shanis D, Zerbe C, Merideth M, Cuellar-Rodriguez J, Stratton P. Management of uterine bleeding during hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Obstet Gynecol. 2013 Feb;121(2 Pt 2 Suppl 1):424-7.12.

·          Shanis D, Bevans M, Kwak M, Stratton P, DeCherney A. “Decreased Sexual Function Scores in Women post Stem Cell Transplant Compared to Healthy Volunteers.” Society for Gynecologic Investigation 59th Annual Scientific Meeting. San Diego, CA. Mar 21-24, 2012.
Shanis D, Pophali P, Koklanaris E, Savani B N, Battiwalla M, Barrett J, Stratton P. “High Rates of Genital Tract Dysplasia in Long-term Survivors of Allogenic Stem Cell Transplantation and Associated Risk Factors.” American Society for Bone and Marrow Transplantation Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. Feb 1-5, 2012.

·          Shanis D, Pophali P, Koklanaris E, Savani B N, Battiwalla M, Barrett J, Stratton P. “High Rates of Genital Tract Dysplasia in Long-term Survivors of Allogenic Stem Cell Transplantation and Associated Risk Factors.” American Society for Bone and Marrow Transplantation Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. Feb 1-5, 2012.

·          Shanis D, Pophali P, Koklanaris E, Battiwalla M, Barrett J, Stratton P. “Cervical Cytology Screening in Long-term Survivors of Allogenic Stem Cell Transplantation with Genital Graft Versus Host Disease.” American Society for Bone and Marrow Transplantation Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. Feb 1-5, 2012.

·          Shanis D, Merideth M, Klepac Pulanic T, Savani B, Battiwalla M, Stratton P. Female long term survivors after allo-HSCT: evaluation and management. Semin Hematol, 2012 Jan;49(1):83-93.

·          Shanis D, Jessmon P, Sinaii N, Armant DR, Stratton P. “IVF and Increased Risk for Preeclampsia Revisited: A Metaanalysis.”  American Society for Reproductive Medicine 67th Annual Meeting. Orlando, FL. Oct 15-19, 2011.

·          Altan M, Shanis D, Grund E, Crandall K, Barmat L, Palmer S.  “Inflammatory Cytokine Imbalance Persists in Cultured Eutopic Endometrial Cells of Patients with Endometriosis.” Society for Gynecologic Investigation 55th Annual Scientific Meeting. San Diego, CA. Mar 26-29, 2008.

·          Shanis D. Hypothalamic-Pituitary- Ovarian-Adrenal Axis. In: Somkuti S, ed. Obstetrics and Gynecology Board Review: Pearls of Wisdom. 3rd Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2008.

·          Evans GW, Kim P, Ting AH,  Tesher H, Shanis D. “Cumulative Risk, Maternal Responsiveness, and Allostatic Load among Young Adolescents” Developmental Psychology, 2007 Mar;43(2): p341-351.

·          Kim RJ, Janss A, Shanis D, Homan S, Moshang T. “Adult heights attained by children with hypothalamic/chiasmatic glioma treated with growth hormone.”  J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2004 Oct;89(10):4999-5002.

·          Shanis D. "The Effects of Crowding and Perceived Crowding on Blood Pressure, Blood Pressure Reactivity and Recovery, and Neuroendocrine Markers: A Longitudinal Study," New York State College of Human Ecology, Cornell University; 23-11-3264, May 2003.

·          Kelly A, Weinzimer S, Shanis D, Moshang T. “Growth Factors Do Not Correlate with Response to Growth Hormone Treatment in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors.” Pediatr Res 2001; 49:106A. 

Rupa Natarajan, M.D.

 

EDUCATION 
• Leadership Training Academy Fellowship, Physicians for Reproductive Health, New York, New York, October – July 2014
• Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship, Institute for Family Health, New York, New York, August 2013 – July 2014
• Residency in Family Medicine and Community Health, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2010 – November 2012
• Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Tufts-New England Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, June 2009 – November 2010
• Doctor of Medicine, University of Toledo College of Medicine, Toledo, Ohio, 2005-2009 
• B.A. in Biochemistry and Psychology, cum laude, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 2004-2008 

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION 
- Basic Life Support/CPR, 2017
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support, 2014
- American Board of Family Medicine MC-FP Exam, 2012
- USMLE Step 3, 2011
- USMLE Step 2 CK, 2008
- USMLE Step 2 CS, 2008
- USMLE Step 1, 2007

HONORS AND AWARDS 
• Outstanding Precepting in the Ambulatory Care-Geriatrics Medical Student Clerkship, The Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai, 2017
• President’s Scholarship, Case Western Reserve University, 2000-2004 
• National Merit Scholarship, 2000-2004
• Robert C. Byrd Scholarship, 2000-2004
• Conoco Inc. Scholarship, 2000-2004
• Albert A. Christ Scholarship, 2000-2001
• Discover Card Tribute Scholarship, Bronze Winner in the Science, Business, and Technology Division,  2000-2001
• Elks National Foundation Scholarship, 2000-2001
• Ohio Credit Union League Scholarship,  2000-2001

RESEARCH 
Research Project on Inter-pregnancy Intervals (IMPLICIT project), 10/2011-11/2011

Clinical Research Assistant, MetroHealth Medical Center (Cleveland, Ohio) 8/2004-5/2005

Independent Study on Abortion, Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio) 1/2004-5/2004

Chester Summer Scholar, MetroHealth Medical Center (Cleveland, Ohio), 6/2003-8/2003, 1/2004-5/2004  

Student Research Assistant, Visual Perception Lab (Cleveland, Ohio) 9/2001-5/2003

PRESENTATIONS 
• Virani Z, Natarajan RN, & Miller S.  Evidence, Best Practices, and Unknowns in Infection Prevention after Office-Based Procedures: What Works? Poster presented at Institute for Family Health Research Symposium, New York, NY.  Mar 2015

• Natarajan RN, Rosenberg R, & Prine L. Management of Unintended Pregnancy: Family Medicine Residency Curriculum Resource (Society of Teachers of Family Medicine). Online resource guide available to residents at http://fammedrcr.org ,March 2015

• Prine L, Kaplan L, Carpenter M, Baird S, Fox K, & Natarajan RN. Women’s Health Procedures. Workshop presented at Family Medicine Education Consortium Northeast Regional Meeting, Philadelphia, PA., Nov 2013

•Conway J, Natarajan RN, & Miller S. Permanent Contraception. Didactic presented at  Family Medicine Education Consortium Northeast Regional Meeting, Philadelphia, PA., Nov 2013

• Natarajan RN. Syphilis. Literature review presented at Resident Didactics, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA. May 2011

• Natarajan RN. Induction of Vaginal Birth after Cesarean Section. Literature review presented at Morbidity and Mortality Conference, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, Brighton, MA. Aug 2010

• Natarajan RN. Primary Amenorrhea. Literature review presented at Tufts Resident Didactics, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA. March 2010

• Natarajan, RN. Safety of the Etonogestrel-Release Implant Device During the Immediate Postpartum Period. Journal article presented at Tufts Ob/Gyn Journal Club, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA. Dec 2009

• Natarajan RN. Progesterone and Preterm Labor. Literature review presented at Maternal-Fetal Medicine conference, Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA. Nov 2008

• Natarajan RN. The Role of Estrogen in Urogynecology. Literature review presented at Urogynecology conference, New York University Medical Center, New York, NY. Aug 2008

• Natarajan RN, Kadrofske M, & Mhanna M. The Impact of the Patent Ductus Arteriosus on Chronic Lung Disease in Infants with Birthweight ≤750 grams. Poster session presented at the Research Symposium at MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland, OH. Aug 2003

• Arlien CR, Gilmore GC, & Natarajan RN. Performance of older adults on the Benton face recognition task: The impact of image size.  Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA. Nov 2002

PUBLICATIONS 
• Jeyaraj D, Abernethy DP, Natarajan RN, Dettmer MM, Dikshteyn M, Meredith DM, Patel K, Allareddy RR, Lewis SA, Kaufman ES. IKr channel blockade to unmask occult congenital long QT syndrome. Heart Rhythm 2008; 5(1):2-7. Jan 2008

EMPLOYMENT
- Attending Physician, Institute for Family Health, Walton Family Health Center(Bronx, NY),  7/2014- current
- Per Diem Staff Physician, Planned Parenthood of New York City(Manhattan, NY), 7/2014- current
- Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellow, Institute for Family Health (New York, NY), 8/2013-7/2014
- Attending Physician in Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (Philadelphia, PA), 11/2012-7/2013
- Resident Physician in Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Pennsylvania, Penn Presbyterian Medical Center (Philadelphia, PA), 11/2010-11/2012
- Resident Physician in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Tufts-New England Medical Center (Boston, MA), 6/2009-11/2010
- Reproductive Health Externship, Boston Medical Center (Boston, OH),  6/2006-7/2006
- Clinical Research Assistant, MetroHealth Medical Center (Cleveland, OH), 8/2004-5/2005
- Play Therapist, Trained by Children’s Hospital Autism Center- Intensive Behavior Intervention Clinic Consultants (Cleveland, Ohio), 2/2004-5/2005
- SAT Instructor, The Princeton Review (Cleveland, Ohio), 8/2003-5/2005
- Chester Summer Scholar, MetroHealth Medical Center (Cleveland, OH), 6/2003-8/2003  
- Student Research Assistant, Visual Perception Lab (Cleveland, Ohio),  1/2002-5/2003

LEADERSHIP 
2016-2017
• Faculty Member of Clinical Competence Committee, Harlem residency in Family Medicine, Mt Sinai Hospital/Institute for Family Health

2015-2017
• Site Director (Walton) for the Ambulatory Care-Geriatrics Medical Student Clerkship at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai

2012-2013
• Trainer, “Provider Education and Training to Expand Access to IUDs” (Reproductive Health Access Project, Association of Reproductive Health Professionals)
   o Workshop on IUD placements
• Faculty Collaborator, “Clinical Skills Night” (Mount Sinai School of Medicine)
   o Workshop on IUD’s, progestin implants, and papaya aspirations for the Mount Sinai chapter of Medical Students for Choice
• Faculty Advisor, Students for Reproductive Health Group, Penn School of Social Policy and Practice (Philadelphia, PA)

2007-2009 
• Co-organizer, “The Gardasil Project” 
  o Increasing access of female UTCOM students to and increasing affordability of the Gardasil® vaccine 

2006-2007 
• Vice President, American Medical Student Association (UTCOM Chapter) 
  oOrganized “Emergency Contraception- The Facts” 
      ●Presentation by Planned Parenthood Education team members about currently available emergency contraception 
  oCo-organized “Addressing Health Disparities: Healing the Nation” [October 16-20, 2006), a week of events including: 
      ●Primary care provider panel 
      ●Discussion on United States vs. Canadian healthcare systems,  
      ●Speakers from the National Health Service Corps and Carenet of Lucas County 
      ●A workshop focusing on taking an appropriate sexual history 

•President, Medical Students for Choice (UTCOM Chapter) 
  oOrganized “Religion and Reproductive Choice” panel 
      ●Question-and-answer session with various clergy representing the Ohio Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice organization 
  oOrganized “Contraception 101” 
      ●Presentation by Planned Parenthood education team members about contraceptive choices available for health professionals to discuss with their patients 

•Library Representative, Medical Student Council 

2005-2006 
•Community Service Co-chair, American Medical Association (student chapter) 
  oOrganized nutritional intervention for 6th grade students (Lincoln Elementary, Toledo, Ohio) 
•Community and Public Health Chair, American Medical Student Association 
  oOrganized t-shirt and bracelet sale to benefit the Community Care Clinic (Toledo, Ohio) 
•First Year Representative, Medical Students for Choice 
•Library Representative, Medical Student Council 
•Treasurer, Asian-Pacific Islander American Medical Student Association 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 
2013-current
•Member of the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology
•Member of the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals
•Leadership Training Fellow of Physicians for Reproductive Health
•Member of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine

2010-current
•Member of the American Academy of Family Physicians

2009-2010
•Massachusetts Medical Society
•Resident physician member of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS 
●Bharatanatyam (classical South Indian dance), running, and reading mystery novels.


Monica Duvall, M.D.


Education

  • Temple University School of Medicine, M.D. May 2001
  • University of Pennsylvania, Special Science Program 1993-1997
  • University of Pennsylvania, B.A. in American History, May 1992
Medical Training

  • Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Family and Community Medicine Residency, 6/2001-7/2004
Qualifications

  • Board Certified, Family Medicine
Other Significant Activities

  • Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Board Member
  • Union League of Philadelphia, member
Awards, Honors and Membership in Honor Societies

  • Benjamin Franklin Scholar, University of Pennsylvania
  • General Honors Certificate, University of Pennsylvania
Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians
Extracurricular Activities

  • Cooking, fishing, reading, travel, theatre

Maria Mazzotti, D.O.

Education

  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1994
  • St. Joseph’s University, B.A., 1990
Medical Training

  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Family Medicine Residency, 1995-1997
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Family Medicine Internship,1994-1995
Qualifications

  • Board Certified, Family Medicine 1997
Awards, Honors, and Membership in Honor Societies

  • Chief Resident of Family Practice, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 1996-1997
  • George Award, American Cancer Society, Radiation Oncology, 1990
Professional Memberships

  • American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians,1997-current
  • American Academy of Family Physicians, 1992-current
  • American Osteopathic Association, 1990-current 

 

Lauren O'Brien, M.D.



Education

  • York Hospital, Family Medicine Residency June 2007
  • Georgetown University School of Medicine, M.D. 2000-2004
  • University of Notre Dame, B.S. Science Pre-Professional Studies and Sociology, Cum Laude, 1999
Medical Training

  • York Hospital, Family Medicine Residency Chief Resident,4/2006-4/2007
  • York Hospital, Family Medicine Residency, 7/2004-6/2007
Qualifications

  • Board Certified, Family Medicine
Other Significant Activities

  • York Hospital, Family Medicine      Residency Chief Resident,4/2006-4/2007
Awards, Honors and Membership in Honor Societies

  • Recipient of Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Resident Teacher Award, 2007
Professional Memberships

  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians
  • Abington Hospital Medical Staff
Publications and Lectures

  • “Osteoporosis- A Silent but Harmful Disease” New Horizons a publication of the York County Area Agency on Aging. 13 (1):3. January/February 2006
  • “Healthy Lifestyle, Healthy Weight”, Resident Conference, June 2006
  • “Bilious Vomiting in the Newborn: A Differential Diagnosis”, Pediatric Case Conference, March 2005

 

Jillian Rowbotham, D.O.



Education

  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, D.O. June 2007
  • Michigan State University, B.S. in Human Biology December 2002
Medical Training

  • Lankenau Hospital, Internal Medicine Residency, 7/2007-6/2010
Qualifications

  • Board Certified, Internal Medicine
  • Certified in ACLS
  • Passed NBOME Step 1,2,3
Other Significant Activities

  • Lankenau Clinical Care DREAM Team, 2009
  • Physicians for Humanity, a Non-profit organization, Co-founder 2003-2008
  • Medical Service Trip to Guayaquil Ecuador, 2004
  • Hospice of Lansing Home Companion, 2000-2004
Awards, Honors, and Membership in Honor Societies

  • William H. Dickerson D.O. Memorial Award, 2007
  • Lewis M. Yunginger D.O. Memorial Scholarship, 2006
  • Alumni Association of PCOM Scholarship, 2005
  • Sigma Sigma Phi Osteopathic Medical Honors Society, 2004-2007
  • Michigan State University Greek Academic Woman of the Year, 2002
Professional Memberships

  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Medical Association
  • American College of Physicians
  • The Obesity Society
Publications and Presentations

  • Harmonious Consultation: A Difficult Diagnosis Through Intellectual Collaboration Case Presentation of Anti-NMDA receptor Limbic Encephalitis. Lankenau Hospital, May 2009
  • Proton Pump Inhibitors: Actions and Reactions Drug Discovery Today, Volume 14, July 2009, pages 647-660
  • OMS Spotlight: OMM to Go The DO, April 2007, page 15
Extracurricular Activities

  • Cooking, crafts, walking



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