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I am a resident physician in the Department of Medicine and Physician Scientist Development Program at the University of Chicago. My doctoral research in the lab of Professor Gregory Underhill at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign was focused on the development of the liver, specifically using tissue engineering approaches to elucidate the microenvironmental cues which guide differentiation of liver progenitor cells toward hepatocytic or cholangiocytic fates. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, playing viola, programming, strength training, and tennis. Learn more.

 

Recent Publications

  • Chase P. Monckton, Aidan Brougham-Cook, Kerim B. Kaylan, Gregory H. Underhill, Salman R. Khetani. “Elucidating Extracellular Matrix and Stiffness Control of Primary Human Hepatocyte Phenotype via Cell Microarrays.” Advanced Materials Interfaces (published online ahead of print). Abstract
  • Kerim B. Kaylan, Sarah M. Russel, Cody N. Justice, Michelle K. Sheena, Laura E. Hirshfield, Heather L. Heiman, Raymond H. Curry. “Applying the Lean Startup Method to Structure Project-Based, Student-Driven Curricular Enhancements.” Teaching and Learning in Medicine (published online ahead of print). Abstract
  • Mario Spaggiari, Pierpaolo Di Cocco, Kiara Tulla, Kerim B. Kaylan, Mario A. Masrur, Chandra Hassan, Jorge A. Alvarez, Enrico Benedetti, Ivo Tzvetanov. “Simultaneous robotic kidney transplantation and bariatric surgery for morbidly obese patients with end‐stage renal failure.” American Journal of Transplantation 21(4): 1525-34. Abstract

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I am a resident physician in the Department of Medicine and Physician Scientist Development Program at the University of Chicago. My doctoral research focused on tissue engineering approaches to study stem and progenitor cell fate in the developing liver. Learn more.

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