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Nina Gluchowski MD

Nina Gluchowski, MD

College: Boston University

Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine

Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital, Pediatrics, Chief Resident

Research: Investigating DGATI deficiency and inhibition as a cause of diarrhea

Research Mentors: Robert Farese, MD and Tobias Walther, PhD

Awards: Emerging Leader Award, Sargent College Alumni Association, 2011; New England Pediatric Society Award, Boston University School of Medicine, 2010; Gold Humanism Honor Society, Boston University School of Medicine, 2009; Twiness Award, Sargent College, 2006; Dean Elsbeth Melville Scholar, Boston University, 2005


1. Book Chapter: Pocket Pediaitrcs, 2E, - Editor Paritosh Prasad; Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2013, Chapter 2: Emergency Department; Updated sections on Seizures, Stridor, Anaphylaxis, Emergent Orthopedic Issues.  Authored Sections on Non-accidental Trauma, Lemierre's Syndrome.

2. Gluchowski N, Raphael B, Wolbrink TA. Acute Care Case Study: GI Sepsis. 2016. Online video. OPENPediatrics. View Video here

3. Gluchowski NL, Chitraju C, Picoraro JA, Mejhert N, Pinto S, Xin W, Kamin DS, Winter HS, Chung WK, Walther TC, Farese RV Jr. Identification and characterization of a novel DGAT1 missense mutation associated with congenital diarrhea. J Lipid Res 2017. PMID 28373485.

4. Gluchowski, NL, Becuwe M, Walther, TC, Farese, RV Jr. Lipid droplets and liver disease: from basic biology to clinical implications. Nat Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol 2017. doi:10.1038/nrgastro.2017.32

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