Dr. Danielle Brandman is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and hepatologist, specializing in treating patients needing liver transplants. Her research interests include nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and post-transplant metabolic syndrome. She engages in outcomes-based research with a special interest in NAFLD and liver transplantation: the post-transplant outcomes of patients with NAFLD, selection of patients with NAFLD for transplant, recurrence of NAFLD following transplant, and new-onset NAFLD after liver transplantation for other causes of liver disease
Dr. Brandman received her medical degree at UMDNJ New Jersey Medical School in 2005. She continued her medical training at University of California, San Francisco, where she completed her residency, gastroenterology fellowship, transplant hepatology fellowship, and master's degree in clinical research. Dr. Brandman is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in internal medicine and gastroenterology. She is a member of the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD).
Brandman D, Bacchetti P, Ayala CE, Maher JJ, Khalili M. Impact of insulin resistance on HCV treatment response and impact of HCV treatment on insulin sensitivity using direct measurements of insulin action. Diabetes Care. 2012 May; 35(5):1090-4. View in PubMed
Brandman D, Pingitore A, Lai JC, Roberts JP, Ferrell L, Bass NM, Terrault NA. Hepatic steatosis at 1 year is an additional predictor of subsequent fibrosis severity in liver transplant recipients with recurrent hepatitis C virus. Liver Transpl. 2011 Dec; 17(12):1380-6. View in PubMed
Brandman D, Biggins SW, Hameed B, Roberts JP, Terrault NA. Pretransplant severe hepatic encephalopathy, peritransplant sodium and post-liver transplantation morbidity and mortality. Liver Int. 2012 Jan; 32(1):158-64. View in PubMed
Canuso CM, Goldstein JM, Wojcik J, Dawson R, Brandman D, Klibanski A, Schildkraut JJ, Green AI. Antipsychotic medication, prolactin elevation, and ovarian function in women with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Psychiatry Res. 2002 Aug 5; 111(1):11-20. View in PubMed
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