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Sarah J. Mathew, M.D.
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)

sarah.mathew@uphs.upenn.edu

 

Sarah Mathew majored in History at Dartmouth College and received her medical degree from University of Maryland. She is currently a fourth year clinical resident with an interest in surgical oncology. During her research years she worked with Dr. Brian Czerniecki to develop new targets for breast cancer vaccination, particularly in triple negative disease.

 
Appointments
2008 – present Assistant Instructor in Surgery
 
2011 - present Postdoctoral Researcher
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Education/Training
2004 - 2008 MD – University of Maryland
 
2000 - 2004 BA in History, Dartmouth College
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Memberships/Societies
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Research
07/2007 – 05/2008
University of Maryland, Dr. Richard Alexander
Description: Reviewing isolated limb perfusion as a treatment for melanoma.
 
09/2002 – 12/2002
Dartmouth College, Dr. Lee Witters
Description: Used PCR to identify C. elegans with mutant AMP-activated protein kinase and characterized C. elegans with homozygous knockout mutations as part of project investigating functionality of the AMP-activated protein kinase.
 
09/2003 – 06/2004
Fulbright Association, Spain, Fulbright Scholar
Description: Analyzed the historical and political factors facilitating Spain’s transition to a national universal health care system. Studied the structure of Spain’s national health system and participated in clinical rotations in El Hospital Clinico San Carlos, a public teaching hospital in Madrid.
 
01/2002 – 06/2002
Transplant Biological Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr. Gerald Waneck
Description: Assisted in a research project using various techniques in molecular biology to explore human NK and CTL responses to SLA and HLA Class I in order to curtail human responses to porcine xenographs.
 
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Dr. Sarah Mathew

 
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