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Myron Allukian, III, M.D., MA
General Surgery Resident

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Department of Surgery
4 Maloney
3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Administrative Telephone: 215-662-6156


Dr, Allukian is currently a PGY6, he has completed three years of clinical training and plans to complete a pediatric surgery fellowship following residency.

2006 - present

Assistant Instructor in Surgery

2009 - present Postdoctoral Researcher
2003 - 2006 MD - Medical Education
Brown Medical School, Providence, Rhode Island
2001 - 2003 Dartmouth Medical School
Hanover, New Hampshire
2000 - 2001 MA in Chemistry - Wesleyan University
Middletown, Connecticut
1996 - 2000 BA in Chemistry - Wesleyan University
Middletown, Connecticut
  • American Medical Student Association

07/2009-06/2011: University of Pennsylvania
Currently Dr. Allukian is completing his second year of research investigating the mechanisms of wound healing and repair. Research more specifically involves fetal regeneration of the heart, skin, and tendon following injury. He is working in the labs of Dr's. Joseph and Robert Gorman at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Liechty at the University of Mississippi Medical Center.

10/2004: Brown Medical School
Description: Producing a video documentary portraying how stigma towards patients living with HIV has changed since anti-retroviral therapy has become available in Western Kenya.
05/1999-05/2001: Wesleyan University
Description: Discovered and explored a novel method for reducing diaryl alkenes using hypophosphorus acid and iodine in refluxing acetic acid.
  1. Fry, A.J.; Allukian, M.; Williams, A.D., Tetrahedron Letters, Reduction of Daryl Alkenes by Hypophosphorus Acid-Iodine in Acetic Acid, 01/2002, Volume: 58, Pages: 4411-4415.
  2. Fry, A.J; Grant, A.A.; Allukian, M., Tetrahedron Letters, Pinacol Reduction-Cum-Rearrangement. A Re-examination of the Reduction of Aryl Ketones by Zinc-Alluminum Chloride, 01/2002, Volume: 43, Pages 4391-4393.

Dr. Myron Allukian

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