Emmanuel Quaye, MD, MHS

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    University of Michigan Medical SchoolMD05/2022Medicine
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthMHS05/2016Epidemiology
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    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health2015Miriam E. Brailey Award
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health2015Nancy Fink Award for Scholarship and Service
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health2015American Heart Association Minority Travel Award
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health2016Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health
    University of Michigan Medical School2019Gold Humanism Honor Society
    University of Michigan Medical School2020RISE COVID-19 Education Innovation Award
    University of Michigan Medical School2022Eli G. Rochelson Award

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    Emmanuel Quaye, MD (he/him) is a first-year Internal Medicine resident at the University of California, San Francisco. He received his medical degree from the University of Michigan and a Master of Health Science from Johns Hopkins University. His research interests include minority health, epidemiology of obesity and cardiovascular disease, and translational science in diabetes. He is passionate about health equity, advocacy, improving diversity in medicine, and underserved medicine.

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    1. Association of Obesity With Cognitive Decline in Black and White Americans. Neurology. 2022 Oct 18. Quaye E, Galecki AT, Tilton N, Whitney R, Briceño EM, Elkind MSV, Fitzpatrick AL, Gottesman RF, Griswold M, Gross AL, Heckbert SR, Hughes TM, Longstreth WT, Sacco RL, Sidney S, Windham BG, Yaffe K, Levine DA. PMID: 36257719.
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    2. Energy expenditure due to gluconeogenesis in pathological conditions of insulin resistance. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 2021 12 01; 321(6):E795-E801. Quaye E, Chacko S, Chung ST, Brychta RJ, Chen KY, Brown RJ. PMID: 34693755; PMCID: PMC8714967.
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    3. Leptin Decreases Energy Expenditure Despite Increased Thyroid Hormone in Patients With Lipodystrophy. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2021 09 27; 106(10):e4163-e4178. Grover A, Quaye E, Brychta RJ, Christensen J, Startzell MS, Meehan CA, Valencia A, Marshall B, Chen KY, Brown RJ. PMID: 33890058; PMCID: PMC8475236.
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    4. A randomized controlled trial of online symptom searching to inform patient generated differential diagnoses. NPJ Digit Med. 2019; 2:110. Martin SS, Quaye E, Schultz S, Fashanu OE, Wang J, Saheed MO, de Freitas H, Ribeiro-Neto B, Parakh K. PMID: 31728417; PMCID: PMC6848180.
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    5. Online Health Searches and Their Perceived Effects on Patients and Patient-Clinician Relationships: ASystematic Review. Am J Med. 2018 10; 131(10):1250.e1-1250.e10. Wang J, Ashvetiya T, Quaye E, Parakh K, Martin SS. PMID: 29730361.
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