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Krista L Lentine, MD, PhD
Dr. Lentine is a tenured Professor of Medicine at Saint Louis University, with joint appointments to SLUCOR and Internal Medicine/Nephrology Division. A California native, Dr. Lentine earned her MD degree from Stanford University, and also completed an Internal Medicine residency, Nephrology fellowship, and master’s degree in Clinical Epidemiology at Stanford. Upon moving to St. Louis, Dr. Lentine received additional fellowship training focused in transplant epidemiology and outcomes at Washington University, and earned a PhD in Public Health/Health Services Research from Saint Louis University.
Dr. Lentine is a clinical scientist whose work is grounded in novel application and integration of national registry, administrative claims data, and other electronic health information sources to address topics in nephrology and transplant-related epidemiology, outcomes and policy.
Among her publications, Dr. Lentine is the first author of a New England Journal of Medicine article describing racial variation in medical outcomes after living donation, and served as the first author and co-chair of a Scientific Statement from the American Heart Association on pretransplant cardiac disease evaluation and management.
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