Kevin Eddinger

Title(s)ACGME FELLOW, Surgery
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    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA2023General Surgery
    University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAMD2016
    The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PABS2012Chemical Engineering
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    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania2019“Good Catch” Patient Safety Award
    University of Pennsylvania2016I.S. Ravdin Surgical Award
    The Pennsylvania State University2012Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
    The Pennsylvania State University2011John R. McWhirter Chemical Engineering Scholarship Award

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    Dr. Eddinger is a Vascular Surgery Fellow in the Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at University of California San Francisco.

    Dr. Eddinger graduated from The Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. During his undergrad research, he contributed to a software platform used to perform in silico antibody design. Prior to graduation, he was inducted into the Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society.

    Dr. Eddinger received his MD in 2016 from The Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. During medical school, he performed research investigating outcomes following kidney transplant in HIV and HCV-positive patients. He also helped investigate outcomes and predictors of success following locoregional treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma. At graduation, he received the I.S. Ravdin Award for sustained originality in surgical studies.

    He went on to complete residency in General Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. During residency, he completed two years of research under the mentorship of Dr. Benjamin Jackson, investigating novel ways to map, model, and predict growth of aortic aneurysms. He presented his work at multiple national meetings.

    Dr. Eddinger moved to San Francisco in 2023 to train in Vascular Surgery at UCSF. He plans to pursue a career in academic vascular surgery.

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    1. CT-based pleural effusion volume estimation formula demonstrates low accuracy and reproducibility for traumatic hemothorax. Injury. 2024 Jan; 55(1):111112. Tewkesbury G, Beyer C, Eddinger K, McLauchlan N, Tran A, Cannon JW, Knollmann F. PMID: 37839918.
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    2. A large series of true pancreaticoduodenal artery aneurysms. J Vasc Surg. 2022 05; 75(5):1634-1642.e1. Stoecker JB, Eddinger KC, Glaser JD, Wang GJ, Shlansky-Goldberg RD, Fairman RM, Jackson BM. PMID: 35085750.
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    3. Local aortic aneurysm wall expansion measured with automated image analysis. JVS Vasc Sci. 2022; 3:48-63. Stoecker JB, Eddinger KC, Pouch AM, Vrudhula A, Jackson BM. PMID: 35146458; PMCID: PMC8802047.
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    4. The Hyperattenuating Crescent Sign Is Not Necessarily a Sign of Impending Aortic Aneurysm Rupture. Ann Vasc Surg. 2022 May; 82:240-248. Stoecker JB, Eddinger KC, Pouch AM, Glaser JD, Foley PJI, Wang GJ, Kalapatapu VR, Jackson BM. PMID: 34788704; PMCID: PMC9154016.
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    5. Occult Hepatocellular Carcinoma Associated With Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts in Liver Transplant Recipients. Liver Transpl. 2021 09; 27(9):1248-1261. Krumeich LN, Mancinelli J, Cucchiara A, Eddinger K, Aufhauser D, Goldberg DW, Siegelman ES, Rosen M, Reddy KR, Hoteit M, Furth EE, Olthoff KM, Shaked A, Levine M, Abt P. PMID: 33853207; PMCID: PMC8429178.
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    6. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Image-Derived Geometric Characteristics Predict Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Growth in a Machine Learning Model. 2021; 12738:35-45. Stoecker JB, Eddinger KC, Pouch AM, Jackson BM. View Publication.
    7. Multicenter Study of Staging and Therapeutic Predictors of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Recurrence Following Transplantation. Liver Transpl. 2018 09; 24(9):1233-1242. Welling TH, Eddinger K, Carrier K, Zhu D, Kleaveland T, Moore DE, Schaubel DE, Abt PL. PMID: 29729113; PMCID: PMC6153067.
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    8. Incidence of Occult Intrahepatic Metastasis in Hepatocellular Carcinoma Treated With Transplantation Corresponds to Early Recurrence Rates After Partial Hepatectomy. Ann Surg. 2018 05; 267(5):922-928. Aufhauser DD, Sadot E, Murken DR, Eddinger K, Hoteit M, Abt PL, Goldberg DS, DeMatteo RP, Levine MH. PMID: 28085695; PMCID: PMC5507755.
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    9. Belatacept Compared With Tacrolimus for Kidney Transplantation: A Propensity Score Matched Cohort Study. Transplantation. 2017 10; 101(10):2582-2589. Cohen JB, Eddinger KC, Forde KA, Abt PL, Sawinski D. PMID: 27941427; PMCID: PMC5462868.
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    10. Effect of kidney donor hepatitis C virus serostatus on renal transplant recipient and allograft outcomes. Clin Kidney J. 2017 Aug; 10(4):564-572. Cohen JB, Eddinger KC, Shelton B, Locke JE, Forde KA, Sawinski D. PMID: 28852496; PMCID: PMC5569958.
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    11. Survival Benefit of Transplantation with a Deceased Diabetic Donor Kidney Compared with Remaining on the Waitlist. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2017 Jun 07; 12(6):974-982. Cohen JB, Eddinger KC, Locke JE, Forde KA, Reese PP, Sawinski DL. PMID: 28546439; PMCID: PMC5460711.
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    12. Superior outcomes in HIV-positive kidney transplant patients compared with HCV-infected or HIV/HCV-coinfected recipients. Kidney Int. 2015 Aug; 88(2):341-9. Sawinski D, Forde KA, Eddinger K, Troxel AB, Blumberg E, Tebas P, Abt PL, Bloom RD. PMID: 25807035; PMCID: PMC5113138.
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