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Yvonne Kelly, M.D.

Yvonne Kelly, M.D.

Resident Research Fellow
General Surgery 

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  • Santa Clara University - B.S., Biology - 2008
  • University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine - M.D. - 2015
  • Transplant Surgery
  • General Surgery

Yvonne Kelly, M.D. is a General Surgery Resident in the Department of Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. She completed her B.S. in Biology at Santa Clara University in 2008 and went on to obtain her M.D. from UCSF in 2015. She is currently working in the Transplant Immunology lab at UCSF, under the mentorship of Peter Stock, M.D., Ph.D. and Qizhi Tang, Ph.D., broadly working on basic science and transnational projects in the field of pancreatic islet cell transplant.

  • Best Abstract, Northern California, Pacific Coast Surgical Association Annual Meeting, 2017
  • Medical Student Teaching Award, UCSF Department of Surgery, 2017
  • Outstanding Quickshot Presentation, UCSF Department of Surgery Resident Research Day, 2017
  • Jon Fryer Resident Scientist Scholarships, American Society of Transplant Surgeons, 2019-2020.
  • "Filling a Void of Research Training for Transplant Surgeons" (FAVOR) T32 Training Grant, NIH, 2018-2020.
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  1. Gracheva EO, Ingolia NT, Kelly YM, Cordero-Morales JF, Hollopeter G, Chesler AT, Sánchez EE, Perez JC, Weissman JS, Julius D. Molecular basis of infrared detection by snakes. Nature. 2010 Apr 15; 464(7291):1006-11. View in PubMed
  2. Cullen W, Stanley J, Langton D, Kelly Y, Bury G. Management of hepatitis C among drug users attending general practice in Ireland: baseline data from the Dublin area hepatitis C in general practice initiative. Eur J Gen Pract. 2007; 13(1):5-12. View in PubMed
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  1. Kelly YM, Ward C, Duh QY, Chang W, Stock P, Tang Q. Parathyroid CD34+ cells induce neovascularization of donor and recipient leading to chimeric vessel formation and improved engraftment of co-transplanted pancreatic islets. American Transplant Congress, Boston, MA, June 2019.
  2. Ward C, Vo L, De Klerk E, Faleo G, Kelly YM, Bluestone J, Hebrok M, Stock P, Tang Q. Preservation of Pancreatic Islets with Stem Cell Derived CD34+ Vascular Endothelial Progenitor Cells. American Transplant Congress, Boston, MA, June 2019.
  3. Cohan J, Hofer R, Kelly YM, Kata A, Finlayson E. "It was my decision": A qualitative analysis of surgical decision-making in patients with ulcerative colitis. The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons Annual Meeting, Cleveland, OH, June 2019.
  4. Kelly YM, Ward C, Duh QY, Chang W, Stock P, Tang Q. Parathyroid CD34+ cells induce angiogenesis of both donor and host as a mechanism for chimeric vessel formation. Endocrine Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2019.
  5. Ward C, Kelly YM, Ando T, Dietch Z, Gardner J, Stock P, Syed S, Duh QY. A New Indication for Near Infra-Red Fluorescence Imaging of Parathyroid Glands During Deceased Donor Operation. Symposium for Parathyroid Autofluorescence, Geneva, Switzerland, March 2019.
  6. Ward C, Kelly Y Ward C, Kelly YM, Duh QY, Chang W, Stock P, Tang Q, Duh QY, Chang W, Stock P, Tang Q. Parathyroid CD34+ cells induce angiogenesis of both donor and host as a mechanism for chimeric vessel formation during co-transplantation with pancreatic islets. European Pancreas and Islet Transplant Association Annual Meeting, Innsbruck, Austria, January 2019.
  7. Kelly YM. Islet and Parathyroid Transplantation: Mechanisms of Engraftment. UCSF Department of Surgery Grand Rounds, San Francisco, CA, December 2018.
  8. Kelly YM, Corvera C, Stewart L. An Evidenced-Based Approach to the Identification and Treatment of Severe Acute Cholecystitis - Beyond the Tokyo Guidelines. Pacific Coast Surgical Association Annual Meeting, Palm Desert, CA, February 2017.
  9. Kelly YM, Corvera C, Stewart L. An Evidenced-Based Approach to the Identification and Treatment of Severe Acute Cholecystitis - Beyond the Tokyo Guidelines. UCSF Department of Surgery Resident Research Symposium, San Francisco, CA, April 2017.
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