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Emma Samelson-Jones, MD

TitleAssistant Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentPsychiatry
Phone415-476-7518
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    University of California, San FranciscoM.D.2009 Medicine
    Harvard UniversityA.B.2002Chemistry and Physics

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    Dr. Emma Samelson-Jones is an Assistant Clinical Professor who combines psychopharmacology and psychotherapy in her clinical practice. She is an attending psychiatrist in the Adult Psychiatry Clinic at LPPH&C and in the primary care practice of the Division of General Internal Medicine at Mt. Zion. She completed her medical training at UCSF, a psychiatry residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital Columbia / New York State Psychiatric Institute, and a public psychiatry fellowship at Columbia.

    Previously, Dr. Jones worked as an attending psychiatrist with Psychiatric Emergency Services and the Division of Citywide Case Management Programs at San Francisco General Hospital.


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    1. Samelson-Jones E, Mancini DM, Shapiro PA. Cardiac transplantation in adult patients with mental retardation: do outcomes support consensus guidelines? Psychosomatics. 2012 Mar-Apr; 53(2):133-8. PMID: 22424161.
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    2. Samelson-Jones E. Elegy. Ann Intern Med. 2010 Mar 16; 152(6):398-9. PMID: 20231573.
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    3. Sahara H, Shimizu A, Setoyama K, Okumi M, Oku M, Samelson-Jones E, Yamada K. Carbon monoxide reduces pulmonary ischemia-reperfusion injury in miniature swine. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2010 Jun; 139(6):1594-601. PMID: 19909986.
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    4. Okumi M, Fishbein JM, Griesemer AD, Gianello PR, Hirakata A, Nobori S, Moran S, Samelson-Jones E, Shimizu A, Sachs DH, Yamada K. Role of persistence of antigen and indirect recognition in the maintenance of tolerance to renal allografts. Transplantation. 2008 Jan 27; 85(2):270-80. PMID: 18212633; PMCID: PMC2862307.
    5. Nobori S, Shimizu A, Okumi M, Samelson-Jones E, Griesemer A, Hirakata A, Sachs DH, Yamada K. Thymic rejuvenation and the induction of tolerance by adult thymic grafts. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2006 Dec 12; 103(50):19081-6. PMID: 17148614; PMCID: PMC1748180.
    6. Yamamoto S, Teranishi K, Kamano C, Samelson-Jones E, Arakawa H, Nobori S, Okumi M, Houser S, Shimizu A, Sachs DH, Yamada K. Role of the thymus in transplantation tolerance in miniature swine: V. Deficiency of the graft-to-thymus pathway of tolerance induction in recipients of cardiac transplants. Transplantation. 2006 Feb 27; 81(4):607-13. PMID: 16495810.
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    7. Nobori S, Samelson-Jones E, Shimizu A, Hisashi Y, Yamamoto S, Kamano C, Teranishi K, Vagefi PA, Nuhn M, Okumi M, Wong B, Houser S, Sachs DH, Yamada K. Long-term acceptance of fully allogeneic cardiac grafts by cotransplantation of vascularized thymus in miniature swine. Transplantation. 2006 Jan 15; 81(1):26-35. PMID: 16421473.
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    8. Yamamoto S, Lavelle JM, Vagefi PA, Arakawa H, Samelson-Jones E, Moran S, Teranishi K, Kamano C, Fishman J, Awwad M, Neville DM, Shimizu A, Sykes M, Sachs DH, Yamada K. Vascularized thymic lobe transplantation in a pig-to-baboon model: a novel strategy for xenogeneic tolerance induction and T-cell reconstitution. Transplantation. 2005 Dec 27; 80(12):1783-90. PMID: 16378075.
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