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Office590 N Leavitt Rd
Amherst, OH 44001Phone(440) 282-7408Fax(440) 960-2214
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Education & Training
- The MetroHealth SystemResidency, Pediatrics, 2001 - 2004
- St. George's University School of MedicineClass of 2000
Certifications & Licensure
- OH State Medical License 2001 - 2024
- American Board of Pediatrics Pediatrics
Awards, Honors, & Recognition
- Fellow (FAAP) American Academy of Pediatrics
Publications & Presentations
- 9 citationsIdentification of a 95 kDa putative adhesin from Actinomyces serovar WVA963 strain PK1259 that is distinct from type 2 fimbrial subunits.Christiane M. Klier, Paul E. Kolenbrander, Arlene G. Roble, Maria L. Marco, Sharon Cross, Pauline S. Handley> ;Microbiology. 1997 Mar 1
- Actinomyces serovar WVA963 coaggregation-defective mutant strain PK2407 secretes lactose-sensitive adhesin that binds to coaggregation partner Streptococcus oralis 34.Klier, C. M., Roble, A. G., Kolenbrander, P. E.> ;Oral Microbiol Immunol. 1998 Dec
- comYA, a gene similar to comGA of Bacillus subtilis, is essential for competence-factor-dependent DNA transformation in Streptococcus gordonii.Lunsford, R. D., Roble, A. G.> ;J Bacteriol. 1997 May
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