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Jami D. Rothman, MD, ScM

Jami D. Rothman, MD, ScM

Clinical Fellow (2018-19)
Breast Surgical Oncology

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  • Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, BS, Communications, 2002
  • Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, ScM, Health and Social Policy, 2006
  • University at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, MD, 2012
  • University at Buffalo, Intern, General Surgery, 2012-2013
  • University at Buffalo, Resident, General Surgery, 2013-2018
  • UCSF Department of Surgery
  • UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center
  • Breast surgical oncology
  • Active surveillance of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS)
  • Precision medicine
  • Racial and ethnic disparities in breast cancer

Jami Rothman, MD, ScM, is a breast surgical oncology clinical fellow in the Department of Surgery. Dr. Rothman received her BS from Cornell University in 2002, and her ScM in Health and Social Policy from Harvard University in 2006. While at Harvard, she studied the impact of racism and poverty on cancer prevention in low-income populations, as well as the intertwining of provider- and systems-level interventions to measure their effects on cancer screening and early detection.

Dr. Rothman went on to receive her MD from the University at Buffalo in 2012, where she stayed to complete her general surgery residency. During residency, Dr. Rothman's research focused on the active surveillance of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), as well as the application of precision medicine to the prevention and treatment of breast cancer.

Dr. Rothman is additionally interested in the racial and ethnic disparities in breast cancer surgery delay and the subsequent effects on stage migration and upstaging of disease.

  1. Tsuchida, J, Rothman, JD, Nagahashi, M, Takabe, K, Wakai, T. Clinical target sequencing for effective therapies in precision medicine of breast cancer. Int J Clin Oncol. 2018; in press.
  2. Rothman, JD, Young, J, Nagahashi, M, Takabe, K. Update on the management of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) of the breast. Submitted to Cancer Med. 2018; under review.
  3. Rees, VW, Connolly, GN, Rothman, JD, et al. Potentially Reduced Exposure Tobacco Products: A Public Health Information Guide. Cambridge, MA: Harvard School of Public Health; 2008.
  4. Rees V, O'Connor RJ, Rothman, JD, Norton KJ. (2008). Short-Term Effects of Switching to Cigarettes with Reduced Ignition Propensity. Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco; Portland, OR. February, 2008.
  5. Scherer, CW, Rothman, JD, Twohig, ME, Radin, J. (2000). Mystery, Intrigue, and Danger: Media Coverage of the West Nile Virus. Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis; Arlington, VA. December, 2000.

 

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