Enyo Ama Ablordeppey, MD, MPH

Enyo Ama Ablordeppey, MD, MPH ablordeppeye@wustl.edu

Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

Phone: 314-362-7021

Enyo Ama Ablordeppey Research Lab
Ultrasound Section
Critical Care Section
Research Home


Education

  • B.S., Microbiology and Cell Science: University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 2002
  • Masters in Publich Health: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, 2007
  • M,D., University of Pittsburgh - School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA, 2007

Training

  • Residency, Emergency Medicine: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 2011
  • Fellowship, Ultrasound: Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 2013
  • Fellowship, Critical Care: Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, 2013
  • Chief Resident, Emergency Medicine: Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 2011

Licensure and Board Certification

  • Missouri
  • Critical Care Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine

Honors and Awards

  • NIH Minority Summer Research Award, The Effect of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons on AH-dependent Events and Cell Cycle Regulation in Human Choriocarcinoma JEG-3 Cells., 2001
  • Chief Resident- Washington University School of Medicine, Division of Emergency Medicine, 2010-2011
  • Resident and Fellow Diversity Initiative- Grant Recipient, Program to mentor, recruit and retain under-represented minority residents and fellows, fostering leadership in mentorship and community service, 2008-2013
  • Faculty Diversity Scholars Program. Washington University, School of Medicine, 2014
  • ACEP Teaching Fellowship Alumni, 2015
  • Golden Stethoscope Teaching Award, 2015

Recent Publications

  1. Whitman CB, Ablordeppey E, Taylor B. Levodopa Withdrawal Presenting as Fever in a Critically Ill Patient Receiving Concomitant Enteral Nutrition. Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2016 Jan 21:0897190015627530.
  2. Spec A, Shindo Y, Burnham CA, Wilson S, Ablordeppey EA, Beiter ER, Chang K, Drewry AM, Hotchkiss RS. T cells from patients with Candida sepsis display a suppressive immunophenotype. Critical Care. 2015 Dec 1;20(1):1-9.
  3. Benzo(a)pyrene, but not 2,3,7,8-TCDD, Induces G2/M Cell Cycle Arrest, p21CIP1, and p53 Phosphorylation in Human Choriocarcinoma JEG-3 Cells: A Distinct Signaling Pathway Authors: JT Schwanke; TA Medrano; EA Ablordeppey; JM Kitzman ; Kathleen T Shiverick. Placenta. April 2005


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