Deaf Health Clinic manuscript, DocsWithDisabilities podcast, Adaptive Sports volunteer
Panzer K, Park J, Pertz L, McKee MM. Teaming Together to Care for Our Deaf Patients: Insights from the Deaf Health Clinic. JADARA. 2020;53(2):60-77. Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/ jadara/vol53/iss2/3
Panzer KV, Maraki I, Cross T, Meeks LM. Podcast possibilities: Asynchronous mentoring for learners with disabilities. Medical Education. 2020;00:1-2.
Bernard A, Weiss S, Rahman M, Ulin SS, D’Souza C, Salgat A, Panzer K, Stein JD, Meade MA, McKee MM, Ehrlich JR. The Impact of COVID-19 and Pandemic Mitigation Measures on Persons with Sensory Impairment. American Journal of Ophthalmology. 2021; doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ajo.2021.06.019
DeJonckheere M, McKee MM, Guetterman TC, Schleicher LS, Mulhem E, Panzer K, Bradley K, Plegue MA, Rapai ME, Green LA, Zazove P. Implementation of a Hearing Loss Screening Intervention in Primary Care. Annals of Family Medicine. 2021;19.
Panzer KV, Burrell JC, Helm KVT, Purvis EM, Zhang Q, Le AD, O’Donnell JC, Cullen DK. Tissue Engineered Bands of Bungner for Accelerated Motor and Sensory Axonal Outgrowth. Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology. 2020;8:580654. doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2020.580654
O’Donnell JC, Katiyar KS, Panzer KV, Cullen DK. A tissue-engineered rostral migratory stream for directed neuronal replacement. Neural Regeneration Research. 2018 Aug;13(8):1327-1331.
Struzyna LA, Browne KD, Brodnik ZD, Burrell JC, Harris JP, Chen HI, Wolf JA, Panzer KV, Lim J, Duda JE, Espana RA, Cullen DK. Tissue engineered nigrostriatal pathway for treatment of Parkinson’s disease. J Tissue Eng Regen Med. 2018;12:1702-1716. https://doi.org/10.1002/term.2698
Kate graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 2018, where she studied bioengineering, learned American Sign Language (ASL), and conducted tissue engineering research for neuroregeneration. Upon graduating, she completed a one-year research program in Ghana with a nonprofit called Cocoa360. In 2019, she relocated to Ann Arbor, MI, for the inaugural MDisability summer internship program. She continued to work as a clinical research assistant with MDisability faculty until starting medical school at the University of Michigan in 2020. As a medical student, she serves as co-founder of Medical Students for Disability Health & Advocacy and student lead of the inaugural ASL Elective for Medical Students.
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"The MDisability Internship was a launching pad for me to explore various aspects of disability health and wellness. The strong connections I made with faculty, staff, and students are a major reason why I decided to stay at UM for medical school. I'm thankful for my MDisability colleagues who motivate me to become a better learner, researcher, and advocate.
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