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    Matthew D. Dunn, MD

    TitleAssistant Professor of Clinical Urology
    SchoolKeck School of Medicine of USC
    AddressNOR 7416
    Health Sciences Campus
    Los Angeles California 90089-9178
    Phone+1 323 865 3700

      Dr. Dunn, a Los Angeles native, attained his undergraduate education at UC Irvine. His medical education was attained at USC where he graduated with Distinction, the equivalent of Summa cum laude. He received his residency training in urology at USC under the tutelage of Dr. Donald Skinner and then went on to a fellowship in endourology and laparoscopic surgery at Washington University under Dr. Ralph Clayton. He joined the faculty at the USC department of urology in 1999, specializing in minimally invasive surgery. Dr. Dunn has brought laparoscopic and robotic surgery to USC as well as tackling endoscopic management of complex kidney stones. He has written several chapters on laparoscopic surgery, the most recent a chapter on laparoscopic transperitoneal nephrectomy for an upcoming minimally invasive surgery atlas. Dr. Dunn has devoted time to teaching and in fact ran a series of courses teaching laparoscopic renal surgery to local urologists. Being that USC is a center of excellence for bladder cancer, he has developed a unique niche of managing complications of all types of urinary diversions in an endoscopic fashion. Dr. Dunn is a member of the Endourological Society and American Urological Association.

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       Awards and Honors
      1998Pfizer Award

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      1. Dunn MD. Editorial Comment. J Urol. 2016 Jun; 195(6):1890..
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      2. Dunn MD. Editorial Comment. J Urol. 2015 Nov; 194(5):1432-3..
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      3. Cheng PM, Moin P, Dunn MD, Boswell WD, Duddalwar VA. What the radiologist needs to know about urolithiasis: part 1--pathogenesis, types, assessment, and variant anatomy. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 Jun; 198(6):W540-7..
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      4. Cheng PM, Moin P, Dunn MD, Boswell WD, Duddalwar VA. What the Radiologist Needs to Know About Urolithiasis: Part 2--CT Findings, Reporting, and Treatment. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 Jun; 198(6):W548-54..
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      5. Dunn MD, Rossi SL, Carter DM, Vogt MR, Mehlhop E, Diamond MS, Ross TM. Enhancement of anti-DIII antibodies by the C3d derivative P28 results in lower viral titers and augments protection in mice. Virol J. 2010; 7:95..
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      6. Toapanta FR, DeAlmeida DR, Dunn MD, Ross TM. C3d adjuvant activity is reduced by altering residues involved in the electronegative binding of C3d to CR2. Immunol Lett. 2010 Mar 10; 129(1):32-8..
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      7. Dunn MD, Park CH, Kostenuik PJ, Kapila S, Giannobile WV. Local delivery of osteoprotegerin inhibits mechanically mediated bone modeling in orthodontic tooth movement. Bone. 2007 Sep; 41(3):446-55..
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      8. Yoon GH, Dunn MD. Case report: subcapsular hepatic hematoma: retraction injury during laparoscopic adrenalectomy. J Endourol. 2006 Feb; 20(2):127-9..
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      9. Stein JP, Dunn MD, Quek ML, Miranda G, Skinner DG. The orthotopic T pouch ileal neobladder: experience with 209 patients. J Urol. 2004 Aug; 172(2):584-7..
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      10. Quek ML, Dunn MD. Knot formation at the mid portion of an indwelling ureteral stent. J Urol. 2002 Oct; 168(4 Pt 1):1497..
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