Casey Tompkins-Rhoades, MD

Title(s)RESIDENT, Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address513 Parnassus AVE
San Francisco CA 94143
Phone415-476-1239
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    University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PABS05/2017Bioengineering
    University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PAMD05/2021Doctor of Medicine

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    Dr. Casey Tompkins-Rhoades is a surgical resident in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at UCSF. She earned an undergraduate degree in Bioengineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 2017 and worked in medical device research and development before earning her medical degree at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

    Dr. Tompkins-Rhoades is interested in expanding reconstructive options and outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color as well as addressing specific healthcare disparities for pediatric patients with craniosynostosis.

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    1. Long-gap peripheral nerve repair through sustained release of a neurotrophic factor in nonhuman primates. Sci Transl Med. 2020 01 22; 12(527). Fadia NB, Bliley JM, DiBernardo GA, Crammond DJ, Schilling BK, Sivak WN, Spiess AM, Washington KM, Waldner M, Liao HT, James IB, Minteer DM, Tompkins-Rhoades C, Cottrill AR, Kim DY, Schweizer R, Bourne DA, Panagis GE, Asher Schusterman M, Egro FM, Campwala IK, Simpson T, Weber DJ, Gause T, Brooker JE, Josyula T, Guevara AA, Repko AJ, Mahoney CM, Marra KG. PMID: 31969488.
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    2. Administration of adipose-derived stem cells enhances vascularity, induces collagen deposition, and dermal adipogenesis in burn wounds. Burns. 2016 Sep; 42(6):1212-22. Bliley JM, Argenta A, Satish L, McLaughlin MM, Dees A, Tompkins-Rhoades C, Marra KG, Rubin JP. PMID: 27211359.
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    3. Ethylene Oxide Sterilization Preserves Bioactivity and Attenuates Burst Release of Encapsulated Glial Cell Line Derived Neurotrophic Factor from Tissue Engineered Nerve Guides For Long Gap Peripheral Nerve Repair. ACS Biomater Sci Eng. 2015 Jul 13; 1(7):504-512. Bliley JM, Sivak WN, Minteer DM, Tompkins-Rhoades C, Day J, Williamson G, Liao HT, Marra KG. PMID: 33434967.
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