Sabrina Kendrick, MD

Specialties: Infectious Diseases
Location(s): John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital
Ruth M. Rothstein CORE Center
Department/Division: Infectious Diseases
Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor of Medicine, Rush Medical College
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine; Subspecialty Board of Infectious Diseases
Medical Education: Chicago Medical School
Residency: Emory University
Fellowship: Northwestern University
Clinical Expertise: Sexually transmitted Infections, HIV/AIDS care
Research Interest: Sexually transmitted infections, HIV testing and prevention
Publications: <li>Spear GT, Kendrick SR, Chen HY, Thomas TT, Bahk M, Balderas R, Ghosh S, Weinberg A, Landay AL. Multiplex immunoassay of lower genital tract mucosal fluid from women attending an urban STD clinic shows broadly increased IL1β and lactoferrin. PLoS One. May 10, 2011; 6(5):e19560; PMCID: PMC3091877</li>
<li>Mirmonsef P, Gilbert D, Veazey RS, Wang J, Kendrick SR, Spear GT. A comparison of lower genital tract glycogen and lactic acid levels in women and macaques: implications for HIV and SIV susceptibility. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses. Vol.27, number 00 2011; DOI: 10.1089/aid.2011.0071</li>
<li>Khawcharoenporn T, Kendrick S, Smith K. HIV riskperception and preexposure prophylaxis interest among a heterosexual population visiting a sexually transmitted infection clinic. AIDS Patient Care STDs. 2012 Apr; 26(4):222-23</li>
<li>Lubelchek RJ, Beavis KG, Gonzalez M, Kendrick SR, Roberts RR, Barker DE.  Can we broaden the applicability of HIV transmission cluster analyses?  AIDS. 2012 May 15;26(8):1043-4.</li>