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Jennifer S. Earvolino, MD

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Specialty:
  • Primary Care, Adult
  • Internal Medicine
Board Certification:
  • Internal Medicine (PCP)
Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor
Medical or Graduate Education: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital - Internal Medicine
Languages Spoken:
  • Spanish
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Below is a list of scientific publications for which this practitioner was either the primary author or a contributor. Citations come from PubMed, a database of biomedical literature, life science journals and online books. PubMed is a service of the US Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Click on the title of the cited work for more information (this will take you directly to PubMed.gov). Listings go back five years.

  1. Multicomponent One-pot Reactions Towards the Synthesis of Stereoisomers of Dipicolylamine Complexes.
    Raje S, Gurusamy S, Koner A, Mehrotra S, Jennifer SJ, Vasudev PG, Butcher RJ, Angamuthu R
    Chem Asian J
    2015 Sep 29
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  2. Friedrich Trendelenburg: historical background and significant medical contributions.
    Cassidy L, Bandela S, Wooten C, Jennifer C, Tubbs RS, Loukas M
    Clin Anat
    2014 Sep
    27(6):815-20.
  3. Multiplexed analysis of protein-ligand interactions by fluorescence anisotropy in a microfluidic platform.
    Cheow LF, Viswanathan R, Chin CS, Jennifer N, Jones RC, Guccione E, Quake SR, Burkholder WF
    Anal. Chem.
    2014 Oct 7
    86(19):9901-8.
  4. Health utilization for childhood gastroenteritis in southern India.
    Jennifer MS, Kattula D, Sowmyanarayanan TV, Sarkar R, Kang G
    Indian J Pediatr
    2014 Nov
    81(11):1240-1.
  5. Receiving or not receiving acupuncture in a trial: the experience of participants recovering from breast cancer treatment.
    Peter M, Joy B, Jacqueline F, Jennifer FJ, Alexander M
    Complement Ther Clin Pract
    2014 Nov
    20(4):291-6.
  6. Lipedematous scalp.
    Peter CV, Jennifer A, Raychaudhury T, Chandrashekhar L, Merilyn S, Gowda S, Shyam G
    Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol
    2014 May-Jun
    80(3):270-2.
  7. Teaching evidence based practice and research through blended learning to undergraduate midwifery students from a practice based perspective.
    Mary S, Julie J, Jennifer G
    Nurse Educ Pract
    2014 Mar
    14(2):220-4.
  8. Skill mix, not numbers, is the most important issue, says chief nurse.
    Jennifer S
    Nurs Stand
    2014 Jan 8-14
    28(19):9.
  9. Production, optimization and characterization of fibrinolytic enzyme by Bacillus subtilis RJAS19.
    Kumar DJ, Rakshitha R, Vidhya MA, Jennifer PS, Prasad S, Kumar MR, Kalaichelvan PT
    Pak. J. Biol. Sci.
    2014 Apr
    17(4):529-34.
  10. Toxicity effect of silver nanoparticles in brine shrimp Artemia.
    Arulvasu C, Jennifer SM, Prabhu D, Chandhirasekar D
    ScientificWorldJournal
    2014
    2014:256919.
  11. Design of co-crystals/salts of some Nitrogenous bases and some derivatives of thiophene carboxylic acids through a combination of hydrogen and halogen bonds.
    Jennifer SJ, Muthiah PT
    Chem Cent J
    2014
    8:20.
  12. Syntheses and characterization of two novel tetranuclear lead(II) clusters self-assembled by hydrogen bonded interactions.
    Jennifer SJ, Thomas Muthiah P
    Chem Cent J
    2014
    8:39.
  13. Targeting SUMOylation cascade for diabetes management.
    Sireesh D, Bhakkiyalakshmi E, Ramkumar KM, Rathinakumar S, Jennifer PS, Rajaguru P, Paulmurugan R
    Curr Drug Targets
    2014
    15(12):1094-106.
  14. Importance of halide involving interactions at Hoogsteen sites in supramolecular architectures of some coordination metal complexes of N(6)-benzyl/furfuryl adenine.
    Jennifer SJ, Thomas Muthiah P, Tamilselvi D
    Chem Cent J
    2014
    8(1):58.
  15. A population based case control study on breast cancer and the associated risk factors in a rural setting in kerala, southern India.
    Parameshwari P, Muthukumar K, Jennifer HG
    J Clin Diagn Res
    2013 Sep
    7(9):1913-6.
  16. We only talk about breast feeding: a discourse analysis of infant feeding messages in antenatal group-based education.
    Jennifer F, Elaine B, Athena S, Virginia S
    Midwifery
    2013 May
    29(5):425-33.
  17. High-resolution multiphoton tomography and fluorescence lifetime imaging of UVB-induced cellular damage on cultured fibroblasts producing fibres.
    Stefania S, Simona S, Paola A, Luisa B, Stefania B, Jennifer C, Chiara F, Paul F, Stefania G, Karsten K, Cristina M, Clifford T, Christopher D
    Skin Res Technol
    2013 Aug
    19(3):251-7.
  18. Supramolecular architectures and structural diversity in a series of lead (II) Chelates involving 5-Chloro/Bromo thiophene-2-carboxylate and N,N'-donor ligands.
    Jennifer SJ, Thomas Muthiah P
    Chem Cent J
    2013
    7(1):139.
  19. p53-Independent regulation of p21Waf1/Cip1 expression and senescence by PRMT6.
    Phalke S, Mzoughi S, Bezzi M, Jennifer N, Mok WC, Low DH, Thike AA, Kuznetsov VA, Tan PH, Voorhoeve PM, Guccione E
    Nucleic Acids Res.
    2012 Oct
    40(19):9534-42.
  20. A Cross-sectional Descriptive Study was to Estimate the Prevalence of the Early Initiation of and Exclusive Breast Feeding in the Rural Health Training Centre of a Medical College in Tamilnadu, South India.
    Jennifer HG, Muthukumar K
    J Clin Diagn Res
    2012 Nov
    6(9):1514-7.
  21. College collaboration with gifted programs: deaf studies unit (part 2).
    Buisson GJ, Jennifer S
    Am Ann Deaf
    2012
    157(2):87-91.
  22. A stick to beat MRSA.
    Jennifer T
    Nurs Stand
    2011 Sep 14-20
    26(2):23.
  23. NMC and Unison clash over nurses' right to take industrial action.
    Kendall-Raynor P, Jennifer S
    Nurs Stand
    2011 Oct 12-18
    26(6):5.
  24. Effects of environment and education on knowledge and attitude of nursing students towards leprosy.
    Rajkumar E, Julious S, Salome A, Jennifer G, John AS, Kannan L, Richard J
    Indian J Lepr
    2011 Jan-Mar
    83(1):37-43.
  25. Solitary subcutaneous metastasis from squamous cell carcinoma of the esophagus: a case report and brief review of literature.
    Balukrishna S, Jennifer P, Viswanathan PN
    J Gastrointest Cancer
    2011 Dec
    42(4):269-71.
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4.9
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4.9
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4.9
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4.9
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4.9
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