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Dana Rohde, PhD

Title(s)Professor, Anatomy
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Phone415-502-3260
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    University of California, San FranciscoPh.D.1996Physiology
    California State University, FresnoM.A.1991Biology
    University of Arizona, Tucson, ArizonaB.S.1983Nutrition
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2017Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training
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    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20011998Excellence in Lab Instruction, Class of 2001
    UCSF1999Kaiser Award for Excellence in Teaching
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20032000Excellence in Small Group Instruction
    UCSF, School of Medicine Class of 20052002A Major Contribution to Teaching
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20062003Outstanding Educator: Organs Block
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20072004Commitment to Teaching
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20082005Excellence in Small Group Teaching
    UCSF2005Haile T Debas AME, Excellence in Teaching
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20112008Commitment to Teaching
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20132010Inspirational Teacher
    UCSF, School of Medicine, Class of 20152012Commitment to Teaching
    UCSF2018  - 2023AME Sexton Sutherland Endowed Chair in Human Anatomy

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    Dana Rohde, PhD is a Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. She earned her doctorate degree in Dr. Allan Basbaum's lab in 1996, studying spinal cord mechanisms of opioid tolerance and dependence. Dr. Rohde teaches anatomy in all of the first and second year medical school blocks. She created the Advanced Head and Neck elective for 4th year medical students going into head and neck specialties. She directs the ABC (Airways, Breathing, and Circulation) block in the Bridges curriculum.

    Dr. Rohde was inducted into the Academy of Medical Educators with the inaugural class in 2001. In 2018, she was appointed the AME Sexton Sutherland Endowed Chair in Human Anatomy.

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    1. Tabas JA, Rosenson J, Price DD, Rohde D, Baird CH, Dhillon N. A comprehensive, unembalmed cadaver-based course in advanced emergency procedures for medical students. Acad Emerg Med. 2005 Aug; 12(8):782-5. PMID: 16079434.
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    2. Martin WJ, Gupta NK, Loo CM, Rohde DS, Basbaum AI. Differential effects of neurotoxic destruction of descending noradrenergic pathways on acute and persistent nociceptive processing. Pain. 1999 Mar; 80(1-2):57-65. PMID: 10204718.
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    3. Martin, W.J., Gupta, N.K., Loo, C.M., Rohde, D.S., and Basbaum, A.I. Differential effects of neurotoxic destruction of descending noradrenergic pathways on acute and persistent nociceptive processing.Pain 80, 57 - 65. 1999.
    4. Rohde DS, Basbaum AI. Activation of coeruleospinal noradrenergic inhibitory controls during withdrawal from morphine in the rat. J Neurosci. 1998 Jun 01; 18(11):4393-402. PMID: 9592116.
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    5. Rohde, D.S., and Basbaum, A.I.Activation of coeruleospinal noradrenergic inhibitory controls during withdrawal from morphine in the rat. J. Neuroscience 18, 4393 - 4402. 1998.
    6. Rohde DS, McKay WR, Chang DS, Abbadie C, Basbaum AI. The contribution of supraspinal, peripheral and intrinsic spinal circuits to the pattern and magnitude of Fos-like immunoreactivity in the lumbar spinal cord of the rat withdrawing from morphine. Neuroscience. 1997 Sep; 80(2):599-612. PMID: 9284361.
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    7. Rohde DS, Detweiler DJ, Basbaum AI. Formalin-evoked Fos expression in spinal cord is enhanced in morphine-tolerant rats. Brain Res. 1997 Aug 22; 766(1-2):93-100. PMID: 9359591.
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    8. Peterson MA, Basbaum AI, Abbadie C, Rohde DS, McKay WR, Taylor BK. The differential contribution of capsaicin-sensitive afferents to behavioral and cardiovascular measures of brief and persistent nociception and to Fos expression in the formalin test. Brain Res. 1997 Apr 25; 755(1):9-16. PMID: 9163536.
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    9. Rohde DS, McKay WR, Abbadie C, Basbaum AI. Contribution of sacral spinal cord neurons to the autonomic and somatic consequences of withdrawal from morphine in the rat. Brain Res. 1997 Jan 16; 745(1-2):83-95. PMID: 9037396.
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    10. Peterson, M.A., Babaum, A.I., Abbadie, C., Rohde, D.S., McKay, W.R., and Taylor, B.K.Capsaicin-sensitive primary afferent activity evokes spinal cord Fos-like immunoreactivity and differentially contributes to acute and persistent nociceptive responses in the formalin test. Brain Research. 755, 9 - 16. 1997.
    11. Rohde, D.S., Detweiler, D.J., and Basbaum, A.I.Formalin-evoked Fos expression in spinal cord is enhanced in morphine-tolerant rats. Brain Research 766 (93 - 100). 1997.
    12. Rohde, D.S., McKay, W.R., Chang, D.S., Abbadie, C., and Basbaum, A.I.The contribution of supraspinal, peripheral and intrinsic spinal circuits to the pattern and magnitude of Fos-like immunoreactivity in the lumbar spinal cord of the rat withdrawing from morphine. Neuroscience 80, 599 - 612. 1997.
    13. Rohde, D.S., McKay, W.R., Abbadie, C.A., and Basbaum, A.I.Contribution of sacral spinal cord neurons to the autonomic and somatic consequences of withdrawal from morphine in the rat. Brain Research 745, 83 - 95. 1997.
    14. Rohde DS, Detweiler DJ, Basbaum AI. Spinal cord mechanisms of opioid tolerance and dependence: Fos-like immunoreactivity increases in subpopulations of spinal cord neurons during withdrawal [corrected]. Neuroscience. 1996 May; 72(1):233-42. PMID: 8730720.
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    15. Rohde, D.S., Detweiler, D.J., and Basbaum, A.I. .Spinal cord mechanisms of opioid tolerance and dependence: fos expression increases in subpopulations of spinal cord neurons during withdrawal. Neuroscience. 1996; (72):233 - 242.
    16. Detweiler DJ, Rohde DS, Basbaum AI. The development of opioid tolerance in the formalin test in the rat. Pain. 1995 Nov; 63(2):251-4. PMID: 8628591.
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    17. Detweiler, D.J., Rohde, D.S., and Basbaum, A.I.The development of opioid tolerance in the formalin test in the rat. Pain. 1995; (63):251 - 254.