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John Andrews, MD

Title(s)Resident, Neurological Surgery
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    2016  - 2017Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy HHMI-CURE research fellow, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    2015Farr Scholar, Yale School of Medicine
    2009First Team Academic All-Big XII Conference
    2009NCAA Division I Varsity Letterman: Wrestling
    2007NCAA Division I Varsity Letterman: Wrestling
    University of Missouri2005  - 2009Departmental Honors, English
    2005  - 2009Big XII Commissioner's Honor Roll

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    John Andrews, MD is a neurosurgery resident (PGY-1) with an interest in epilepsy and electrophysiology. His basic science background includes single neuron, in vivo, whole-cell patch clamping to describe mechanisms of impaired consciousness. He has also used experience with electrophysiology to study seizure-spread on intracranial-electroencephalography, and how it might guide surgical resection. Mentors at UCSF include Edward Chang and Philip Starr.

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    1. Andrews JP, Yue Z, Ryu JH, Neske G, McCormick DA, Blumenfeld H. Mechanisms of decreased cholinergic arousal in focal seizures: In vivo whole-cell recordings from the pedunculopontine tegmental nucleus. Exp Neurol. 2019 Apr; 314:74-81. PMID: 30543800.
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    2. Andrews JP, Gummadavelli A, Farooque P, Bonito J, Arencibia C, Blumenfeld H, Spencer DD. Association of Seizure Spread With Surgical Failure in Epilepsy. JAMA Neurol. 2018 Dec 03. PMID: 30508033.
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    3. Andrews JP, Taylor J, Saunders D, Qayyum Z. Peduncular psychosis. BMJ Case Rep. 2016 Aug 10; 2016. PMID: 27511753.
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    4. Andrews J, Djakiew D, Krygier S, Andrews P. Superior effectiveness of ibuprofen compared with other NSAIDs for reducing the survival of human prostate cancer cells. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2002 Oct; 50(4):277-84. PMID: 12357301.
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