Beth Kemler

Beth Kemler



Instructor

    Medical Services

    Departments

    • Psychiatry

    Programs

    • Psychosocial Treatment Program

    Experience and Education

    Publications

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    1. Goldman S, Demaso DR, Kemler B. Psychiatry morbidity and mortality rounds: implementation and impact. Acad Psychiatry. 2009 Sep-Oct; 33(5):383-8.
    2. Berkman B, Bonander E, Kemler B, Rubinger MJ, Rutchick I, Silverman P. Social work in the academic medical center: advanced training--a necessity. Soc Work Health Care. 1996; 24(1-2):115-35.
    3. Berkman B, Bonander E, Rutchick I, Silverman P, Kemler B, Marcus L, Isaacson-Rubinger MJ. Social work in health care: directions in practice. Soc Sci Med. 1990; 31(1):19-26.
    4. Bradley DW, Maynard JE, Popper H, Ebert JW, Cook EH, Fields HA, Kemler BJ. Persistent non-A, non-B hepatitis in experimentally infected chimpanzees. J Infect Dis. 1981 Feb; 143(2):210-8.
    5. Kemler BJ, Alpert E. Immune regulation in inflammatory bowel disease: absence of a serum inhibitor of suppressor cell function. Clin Exp Immunol. 1980 Nov; 42(2):280-4.
    6. Kemler BJ, Alpert E. Inflammatory bowel disease: study of cell mediated cytotoxicity for isolated human colonic epithelial cells. Gut. 1980 May; 21(5):353-9.
    7. Kemler BJ, Alpert E. Inflammatory bowel disease associated circulating immune complexes. Gut. 1980 Mar; 21(3):195-201.
    8. Kemler BJ, Franklin WD, Alpert E, Bloch KJ. Failure to detect circulating immune complexes in allergic patients on injection therapy. Clin Allergy. 1979 Sep; 9(5):473-8.
    9. Horster M, Kemler BJ, Valtin H. Intracortical distribution of number and volume of glomeruli during postnatal maturation in the dog. J Clin Invest. 1971 Apr; 50(4):796-800.
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