Rachel Katzenellenbogen is the chief of the Adolescent Medicine division. She is the Richard E. and Pauline P. Klingler Endowed Professor of Pediatrics and a Professor of Microbiology and Immunology. She completed medical school at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (1999) and trained in pediatrics (2002), adolescent medicine (2005), and STD research (2006) at the University of Washington. She is board certified in general pediatrics and adolescent medicine. Rachel Katzenellenbogen sees patients in adolescent medicine.
Richard E. and Pauline P. Klingler Professor of Pediatrics
Professor of Pediatrics
Professor of Microbiology & Immunology
Division Chief, Adolescent Medicine
2006FELCenter for AIDS and STD Research Fellowship, University of Washington
2005FELAdolescent Medicine Fellowship, University of Washington
2002RESPediatric Residency, University of Washington
1999MDJohns Hopkins University
The Katzenellenbogen Laboratory conducts research on human papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a very common infection, affecting more than 75% of the adult population. HPV is categorized as high-risk or low-risk, based on its association with cancer; nearly 5% of cancers worldwide are caused by HPV. In the Katzenellenbogen Laboratory, the focus is on the host-pathogen interactions that activate oncogenic pathways and dysregulate typical cellular processes to permit cancer development and progression of HPV-associated cancers. The laboratory conducts fundamental molecular biology studies and works to link those models of disease to true pathophysiology in people.
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Society for Microbiology
International Papillomavirus Society
Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine
Society for Pediatric Research
American Board of Pediatrics - Adolescent Medicine
American Board of Pediatrics - Pediatrics
Org: Ralph W. and Grace M. Showalter Research Trust Fund Desc: Showalter Scholar Scope: National Date: 2019-01-01
Org: Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society Desc: Alpha Omega Alpha Scope: National Date: 1999-01-01
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