Thomas Jefferson University
Sidney Kimmel Medical College
Department of Medicine

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Lisa Spacek

Lisa A. Spacek, MD, PhD

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1015 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-7785

Medical School

PhD, Ohio State University (Public Health), Columbus, Ohio - 1997
MD, Ohio State University (Public Health), Columbus, Ohio - 1994

Residency

Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Fellowship

Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals

University Appointments

2017- Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University

2011-2017 - Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Temple University

2011-2017 - St. Luke’s University Health Network, Bethlehem, PA

2009- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

2004-2009 Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University

Research & Clinical Interest

Diagnostic utility of clinical tests, clinical epidemiology, and development of clinical algorithms.

Publications

Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. COVID-19 Retesting in the Primary Care Setting
  2. Meeting Report: The Dallas Consensus Conference on Liver Transplantation for Alcohol Associated Hepatitis
  3. Early Liver Transplantation for Alcoholic Hepatitis
  4. Repeated Measures of Blood and Breath Ammonia in Response to Control, Moderate and High Protein Dose in Healthy Men
  5. Obeticholic acid in primary biliary cholangitis: To the editor (3)
  6. Comment on: Acute and chronic hepatitis E virus infection in human immunodeficiency virus-infected U.S. women
  7. Comment on "when to perform hepatic resection for intermediate-stage hepatocellular carcinoma"
  8. Clinical utility of breath ammonia for evaluation of ammonia physiology in healthy and cirrhotic adults
  9. Breath ammonia and ethanol increase in response to a high protein challenge
  10. Diarrhea
  11. Changes in the concentration of breath ammonia in response to exercise: A preliminary investigation
  12. Fast and accurate exhaled breath ammonia measurement
  13. Factors influencing breath ammonia determination
  14. Diagnostic accuracy of ultrasensitive heat-denatured HIV-1 p24 antigen in non-B subtypes in Kampala, Uganda
  15. Ritonavir-induced acute kidney injury: Kidney biopsy findings and review of literature
  16. Absence of detectable xenotropic murine leukemia virus-related virus in plasma or peripheral blood mononuclear cells of human immunodeficiency virus Type 1-infected blood donors or individuals in Africa
  17. HIV/AIDS-related problems in developing countries
  18. Development and evaluation of a clinical algorithm to monitor patients on antiretrovirals in resource-limited settings using adherence, clinical and CD4 cell count criteria
  19. Three-year outcome data of second-line antiretroviral therapy in Ugandan adults: Good virological response but high rate of toxicity
  20. Evaluation of dynabeads and cytospheres compared with flow cytometry to enumerate CD4+ T cells in HIV-infected ugandans on antiretroviral therapy
  21. Predictors of long-term viral failure among ugandan children and adults treated with antiretroviral therapy
  22. HIV-1 viral load assays for resource-limited settings
  23. Erratum: Evaluation of a low-cost method, the guava easyCD4 assay, to enumerate CD4-positive lymphocyte counts in HIV-infected patients in the United States and Uganda (Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (2006) 41, 5 (607-610))
  24. Evaluation of a low-cost method, the Guava EasyCD4 assay, to enumerate CD4-positive lymphocyte counts in HIV-infected patients in the United States and Uganda
  25. Clinical illness as a marker for initiation of HIV antiretroviral therapy in a rural setting, Rakai, Uganda