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    Allison Chambliss, PhD, DABCC

    TitleAssistant Professor of Clinical Pathology
    SchoolKeck School of Medicine of USC
    AddressCT 1200 North State Street
    Health Sciences Campus
    Los Angeles California 90033
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      Dr. Chambliss is an assistant professor of clinical pathology at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. She is the director of clinical chemistry and point-of-care testing at the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center. She has research interests in validating new diagnostics and biomarkers.

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      Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VAB.S.05/2009Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
      Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDPh.D.08/2014Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
      Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MDClinical Fellowship08/2016Pathology, Clinical Chemistry

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      1. Chambliss A, Resnick M, Petrides AK, Clarke WA, Marzinke MA. Rapid screening for targeted genetic variants via high-resolution melting curve analysis. Clin Chem Lab Med. 2017 Mar 01; 55(4):507-516. PMID: 27732553.
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      2. Chambliss A, Chan DW. Precision medicine: from pharmacogenomics to pharmacoproteomics. Clin Proteomics. 2016; 13:25. PMID: 27708556.
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      3. Shah MY, Martinez-Garcia E, Phillip JM, Chambliss A, Popovic R, Ezponda T, Small EC, Will C, Phillip MP, Neri P, Bahlis NJ, Wirtz D, Licht JD. MMSET/WHSC1 enhances DNA damage repair leading to an increase in resistance to chemotherapeutic agents. Oncogene. 2016 Nov 10; 35(45):5905-5915. PMID: 27109101.
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      4. Chambliss A, Füzéry AK, Clarke WA. Quantification of Hydroxychloroquine in Blood Using Turbulent Flow Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry (TFLC-MS/MS). Methods Mol Biol. 2016; 1383:177-84. PMID: 26660186.
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      5. Kim DH, Chambliss A, Wirtz D. The multi-faceted role of the actin cap in cellular mechanosensation and mechanotransduction. Soft Matter. 2013 Jun 21; 9(23):5516-5523. PMID: 23930135.
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      6. Chambliss A, Wu PH, Chen WC, Sun SX, Wirtz D. Simultaneously defining cell phenotypes, cell cycle, and chromatin modifications at single-cell resolution. FASEB J. 2013 Jul; 27(7):2667-76. PMID: 23538711; PMCID: PMC3688750.
      7. Chambliss A, Khatau SB, Erdenberger N, Robinson DK, Hodzic D, Longmore GD, Wirtz D. The LINC-anchored actin cap connects the extracellular milieu to the nucleus for ultrafast mechanotransduction. Sci Rep. 2013; 3:1087. PMID: 23336069; PMCID: PMC3548190.