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Reilly Daniel Hobbs, M.D., M.B.S.
General Surgery Resident

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

Administrative Telephone: 215-662-6156

Contact Information (internal use only)

reilly.hobbs@uphs.upenn.edu

 

Reilly is in his first year of general surgery residency. He is interested in pursuing a career in academic surgery.

 
Appointments
2012 - present

Assistant Instructor in Surgery

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Education/Training
2012 – present  Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Department of Surgery
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Resident in General Surgery
 
2008 – 2012 Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSUSOM)                 
Detroit, Michigan
Doctor of Medicine
 
2006 – 2008 UMDNJ-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences         
Stratford, New Jersey
Master’s Degree: Biomedical Sciences, Molecular Biology
 
2003 – 2003 Medical Career Development Center                          
Sparta, Michigan
Emergency Medical Technician-Basic licensure
 
2002 – 2006  Calvin College                                                           
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Baccalaureate Degree: Psychology, Pre-Medicine and Business
 
Memberships/Societies
  • Alpha Omega Alpha
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society
  • Penn Surgery Society
  • American Medical Association
 
 
 
 
 
 
Research
 

04/2011-7/2012  Case Report Research—Department of Plastic Surgery—Detroit Medical Center.Principle Investigator: Chenicheri Balakrishnan M.D.
Conducting background research for a case report to be submitted for publication on burn microsomia repair using commissurotomy with a single mucosal advancement flap.

2/2009–5/2012 Research Associate with the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery — Children’s Hospital of Michigan.
Principle Investigator: Henry Walters III M.D.

Conduct research on Cerebral Near Infra-Red Spectroscopy and its effects on acute and long-term outcomes for pediatric patients undergoing cardiac surgery with bypass.  I also conduct research on rare congenital cardiac heart defects including aortic-right atrial tunnel and aortic-left atrial tunnel.

2/2009–8/2010  Clinical Researcher with the Heart and Vascular Physicians-Detroit Medical Center.  Principle Investigators: Taman Muhammad M.D. & Mahir Elder M.D.
Researched the effectiveness of percutaneous stenting therapies versus coronary artery bypass grafting surgery on patients suffering from severe (>50 % occlusion) left main coronary artery occlusion.

3/2007–9/2007  Thesis Research at the UMDNJ-Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Principle Investigator: Venkat Venkataraamen Ph.D.

Researched the effect of inflammation on the blood brain barrier.  Research was directed at demonstrating that chronic and acute inflammation increases the permeability of the blood brain barrier thus reducing the selectivity of transport mechanisms and leading to neuronal dysfunction.  In order to demonstrate this, I utilized in vivo and in vitro experiments and tested the effects of known inflammatory agents.

 
Publications
  1. Maithili Shenoy MD MPH, Omaima Ali MD, Tamam Mohamad MD, Reilly Hobbs, Andrew Prout, William Karczewski, Ibtissam Ammary , Tushar Tuliani MD, Mahir Elder MD FACP. Diabetes Mellitus and outcomes of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention. Abstract and Oral presentation at the Michigan American College of Physicians Annual Scientific Meeting in Grand Rapids, MI. on September 9th, 2011.
  2. Reilly Hobbs, Nitin Chouthai, Henry Walters III. Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) during Cardiopulmonary Bypass (CPB) in Infants and Children with Congenital Acyanotic and Cyanotic Heart Disease. Poster at the Wayne State University-School of Medicine Research Symposium in Detroit, MI.  January 2010.
  3. Reilly Hobbs, Nitin Chouthai, Andrew Prout, Henry Walters III.  Cerebral Oximetry Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in Infants Undergoing Hypothermic Cardiopulmonary Bypass for the Surgical Correction of Acyanotic Heart Disease
    Oral presentation at the 3rd International Hypothermia Symposium in Lund, Sweden. September 3rd, 2009 and at Wayne State University’s 13th Annual Graduate Student Research Day. September 17th, 2009.
  4. Reilly D Hobbs, R., Sedeyn, J., Clifford, P., Venkataswar V., Nagele, R. (2007 & 2008). Effects of Histamine on Blood Brain Barrier Integrity in a Primary Mouse Brain Organotypic Culture System, Poster for the American Osteopathic Association fall symposium and the American College of Physicians-Michigan Chapter Fall Conference, Dearborn, MI.
  5. J. Sedeyn, R.D. Hobbs, P.M. Clifford, R.G. Nagele Ph.D., V. Venkataraman Ph.D (2007). Effects of Histamine on Blood Brain Barrier Integrity in the Mouse. Poster at the fall research symposium for the University of Medicine and Dentistry Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.

Dr. Reilly Hobbs

 
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