Teresa A. York, M.D.________________________ Institutional Address: University of Maryland School of Medicine 22 South Greene Street, Room N5E16 Baltimore, MD 21201-1595 Office (410) 328-2808 Fax (410) 328-0571 EDUCATION August 1993May 1997
August 1989May 1993
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING July 2000June 2003 July 1997June 2000
Home Address: 252 E. Padonia Road Lutherville Timonium, MD 21093 Home (410) 628-1279 Pager (410) 932-0388 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
West Virginia University School of Medicine Morgantown, WV M.D. West Virginia University College of Arts and Sciences Morgantown, WV B.A. Biology Cum Laude Fellowship- Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC Residency- Pediatrics West Virginia University Childrenâ€™s Hospital Morgantown, WV
LICENSURE Maryland (License # D0062142) 8/2004 South Carolina (License # 21894) 8/2000 CERTIFICATIONS 2004
Diplomate American Board of Pediatrics
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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 2001.2003
Medical University of South Carolina Department of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Charleston, SC Mentors: Julio Barredo, M.D., Guy LeClerc, Ph.D., Sanja Altman- Hamamdzic, B.S. Research projects related to a T cell ALL cell line that is deficient in polyglutamation secondary to decreased folypolyglutamate synthase (FPGS) activity which is linked to methotrexate resistance.
West Virginia University Department of Pediatrics Morgantown, WV Mentors: Laura Gibson, Ph. D., James Fortney, PhD., Brett Hall, Ryan Mudry Experiments explored learning more about the effect of chemotherapy on stromal cell regulation of apoptosis in B-lineage leukemia cells.
West Virginia University Department of Molecular Cellular Biology Morgantown, WV Mentors: Deborah Leonard, Ph.D., Jeffrey Anderson M.D. Ph.D., Kimberly Cross, M.D. Participated in research examining the role of cholesterol in cell growth and viability.
PUBLICATIONS Zhao F, Gojo I, York T, Ning Y, Baer M:Diagnosis of biphenotypic acute leukemia: a paradigmatic approach. Int J Clin Exp Pathol 2010;3(1):75-86 Leclerc GJ, York TA, Hsieh-Kinser T, Barredo JC: Molecular Basis for Decreased Folylpoly-gamma-glutamate Synthetase Expression in a Methotrexate Resistant CCRFCEM mutant cell line. Leuk Res. 2007 Mar; 31 (3):293-9. Epub 2006 Aug 1 Mudry,R.,Fortney J., York T., Hall B.,Gibson L.: Stromal Cells Regulate Survival of BLineage Leukemic Cells During Chemotherapy. Blood, 1 Sept. 2000, 96(5): 1926-32.
Dr. Teresa A. York Page 3 ABSTRACTS York T., LeClerc G., Altman-Hamamdzic S., Barredo J.: Molecular Basis for Decreased Folypoly-γ-glutamate Synthetase Expression in Methotrexate Resistant CEM-p cells. AACR Abstract -July 2003 HONORS/AWARDS November 2010 Baltimore Magazine’s Top Doctor May 1999 Outstanding Resident in Ambulatory Pediatrics West Virginia University Children’s Hospital May 1998 Outstanding Intern Award West Virginia University Children’s Hospital 1993.1994 Honors in Human Anatomy and Histology West Virginia University School of Medicine 1989-1993 Member of West Virginia University Honors Program 1990 Outstanding Freshmen Award 1990-1993 Certificate of Achievement Award College of Arts and Sciences 1991.1993 Member of Golden Key National Honor Society 1992-1993 Member of Alpha Epsilon Delta- premedical honor society. Served as vice president. ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS June 2011 “Oncologic Emergencies”- Resident Lecture January 2010 and 2011 Sickle Cell Clinical Correlate with 2nd year Medical Students June 2010 “Oncologic emergencies” Resident Lecture August 2009 “Oncologic emergencies” Resident Lecture November 2008 “Oncologic emergencies”- Resident Lecture June 2008 “Late Effects of Cancer Survivors” –Resident Lecture October 2007 and December 2007 “Late Effects of Cancer Survivors” Grand Rounds at Mercy Hospital and University of Maryland October 2004 “Drug Resistance in ALL” University of Maryland Grand Rounds May 2003 “Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura” Medical University of South Carolina- Noon Lecture May 2002 “Pediatric Brain Tumors” Medical University of South Carolina- Noon Lecture October 2002 “The Uses of Cord Blood Transplantation” Medical University of South Carolina Bone Marrow Transplant Nursing Conference EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES September 2011 COG meeting in Los Angeles, CA September 2010 COG meeting in Dallas, TX Extramedullary Relapse Task Force PI manual committee
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Credentials Committee Member- Univ. of MD
Practice Management Committee Member-Univ. of MD Pediatrics December 2004 Member of Transfusion Practice Committee- Univ. of MD February 2004-September 2007 Member of COG AALL02P2 CommitteeExtramedullary Relapse ALL April 2004 and November 2003 COG meeting July 2003 AACR meeting June 2003 Camp MD at Camp Happy Days May 2002 ASCO meeting October 1998 American Academy of Pediatrics National Meeting 1997-2000 Participated in multidisciplinary team with child abuse cases 1996.1997 Vice President of fourth year medical school class 1995.1996 Vice President of third year medical school class 1992.1993 Laboratory teaching assistant in biology PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Childrenâ€™s Oncology Group American Society of Pediatric Hematology/ Oncology American Society of Clinical Oncology American Academy of Pediatrics EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE November 2008- July 2011 Interim Division Head-Pediatric Hematology/Oncology and Principal Investigator August 2004-present
Assistant Professor- Pediatric Hematology/ Oncology University of Maryland Baltimore, MD
August 2003-June 2004 Clinical Instructor- Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Medical University of South Carolina Charleston, SC REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST