Keith Andrews, DO, Other MD/DO, Cleveland, OH

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Other MD/DO Cleveland, OH

Physician

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Education & Training

  • Case Western Reserve University - University Hospitals
    Case Western Reserve University - University HospitalsResidency, Anesthesiology, 2019 - 2023
  • Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
    Kansas City University of Medicine and BiosciencesClass of 2019
  • Seattle UniversityB.S., Exercise Physiology, Magna Cum Laude, 2008 - 2012

Publications & Presentations

Journal Articles

  • "Prevalence of 'own-design' functional capacity evaluation regarding work physiology science."  
    Becker, T.J., Ogle, W., Chadbourne, J., & Andrews, K.A.., The Rehabilitation Professional, 11/2015

Abstracts/Posters

  • Potential treatment of Duchenne muscular dystrophy: expression of retinal dystrophin transgene in muscle
    Fullbright, S., Wiggins, A., Voelker, M., Andrews, K.A., Bae, J., Beckler, J., & White, R, Kansas City University Research Symposium, Kansas City, MO, 3/22/2018

Lectures

  • Therapeutic Exercise for Type II Diabetes Mellitus 
    Stop Diabetes Initiative: Lynnwood, WA - 1/7/2014

Other

  • A 28 year old woman with headache, fever and a rash: terminal complement deficiency and recurrent 'N. meningitidis' infection 
    Andrews, K.A., Armstrong, J., Ambur, A., Ahmed, T., Adams, S., Adhikari, S., Ali, S., Amit, M., & Annam, A..
    Kansas City University, Kansas City, MO

Research History

  • Research AssistantInvestigated the expression of retinal dystrophin transgene in muscle cells of mice. Specifically worked using PCR and Western Blot to develop a protocol for identifying homozygous versus heterozygous mice containing the retinal trans gene2017 - 2017