Marcin Trojanowski, MD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine

Marcin Trojanowski
617.638.4312
72 E. Concord St Evans Building

Biography

Marcin Trojanowski, MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine in Rheumatology at the Boston University School of Medicine. In addition to completing a fellowship and residency, Dr. Trojanowski completed an internship at Georgetown University Hospital right after graduating from medical school. For his teaching at the University of Alabama, he received two teaching awards for his work in Rheumatology and medicine in general. Dr. Trojanowski’s roles at UAB including sitting on the board of internal residents and lecturing to staff and fellows.

Education

  • Medical University of South Carolina, MD

Publications

  • Published on 5/6/2018

    Gourh P, Remmers EF, Boyden SE, Alexander T, Morgan ND, Shah AA, Mayes MD, Doumatey A, Bentley AR, Shriner D, Domsic RT, Medsger TA, Steen VD, Ramos PS, Silver RM, Korman B, Varga J, Schiopu E, Khanna D, Hsu V, Gordon JK, Saketkoo LA, Gladue H, Kron B, Criswell LA, Derk CT, Bridges SL, Shanmugam VK, Kolstad KD, Chung L, Jan R, Bernstein EJ, Goldberg A, Trojanowski M, Kafaja S, Maksimowicz-McKinnon KM, Mullikin JC, Adeyemo A, Rotimi C, Boin F, Kastner DL, Wigley FM. Whole-Exome Sequencing to Identify Rare Variants and Gene Networks that Increase Susceptibility to Scleroderma in African Americans. Arthritis Rheumatol. 2018 May 06. PMID: 29732714.

    Read at: PubMed
  • Published on 12/1/2017

    Morgan ND, Shah AA, Mayes MD, Domsic RT, Medsger TA, Steen VD, Varga J, Carns M, Ramos PS, Silver RM, Schiopu E, Khanna D, Hsu V, Gordon JK, Gladue H, Saketkoo LA, Criswell LA, Derk CT, Trojanowski MA, Shanmugam VK, Chung L, Valenzuela A, Jan R, Goldberg A, Remmers EF, Kastner DL, Wigley FM, Gourh P, Boin F. Clinical and serological features of systemic sclerosis in a multicenter African American cohort: Analysis of the genome research in African American scleroderma patients clinical database. Medicine (Baltimore). 2017 Dec; 96(51):e8980. PMID: 29390428.

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