Rosemary C Bender
University of Southern California
United States of America
Dr. She is the Director of Microbiology at Keck Medical Center of USC. As a pathologist specialized in medical microbiology, she has devoted her career at USC to the development of the diagnostic capabilities at Keck for infectious diseases. Additionally she is committed to educating medical students, residents, and fellows in the field of clinical microbiology. She is appointed as the associate program director for the pathology residency program at LAC+USC. Her research interests include analyzing the clinical impact of new rapid molecular diagnostic methods and using novel technologies for detection of human pathogens.
analyzing the clinical impact of new rapid molecular diagnostic methods, using novel technologies for detection of human pathogens
Minejima E, Bensman J, She RC, Mack WJ, Tran MT, Ny P, Lou M, Yamaki J, Nieberg P, Ho J, Wong-Beringer A. A dysregulated balance of proinflammatory and anti-inflammatory host cytokine response early during therapy predicts persistence and mortality in Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia. Critical care medicine. 2016 Apr 1;44(4):671-9.
Petterson J, York V, Ward P, Green N, She R. The value of a multiplexed gastrointestinal pathogen panel in 2 distinct patient populations. Diagnostic microbiology and infectious disease. 2016 May 31;85(1):105-8.
Walker T, Dumadag S, Lee CJ, Lee SH, Bender JM, Abbott JC, She RC. Clinical impact of laboratory implementation of Verigene BC-GN microarray-based assay for detection of Gram-negative bacteria in positive blood cultures. Journal of clinical microbiology. 2016 Jul 1;54(7):1789-96.