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Dr. Renata Maria Jenkin — Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION & TRAINING

1991-1994 University of Toronto Dermatology Residency Program
1989-1991 McMaster UniversityInternal Medicine Residency Program
1989 McMaster University, M.D.
1987 McMaster University, Ph.D. Immunology
1982 McMaster University, Master of Science, Immunology
1976 McMaster University, Bachelor of Science, Chemistry

AWARDS & HONORS

2016 Top Doc, Seattle Met Magazine
1989 Medical Research Council Award
1985-1986 McMaster University Scholarship
1984-1985 McMaster University Scholarship
1984-1985 Ontario Graduate Scholarship
1983 Japanese Government Award to attend the 5th International Congress of Immunology
1982 McMaster University, Yates Fund Travel Award

CERTIFICATION

1995 Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada

LICENSURE

1999-present Washington State Medical License

MEMBERSHIPS

American Academy of Dermatology
American Medical Association
Seattle Dermatology Society
Washington State Dermatology Society

 

APPOINTMENTS & EMPLOYMENT

2016-present Associate Physician, Madrona Dermatology, Kirkland, WA
2012-2016 Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington Department of Medicine, Division of Dermatology
2004-2011 Resident Liason, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle WA
2002-2012 Clinical Faculty, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA
2000-2002 University of Washington Clinical Faculty
2000-2002 Medical Staff, PacMed Clinics, Seattle, WA
2000 Assistant Professor, McMaster University
1994-2000 Owner, Laser Skin Rejuvenation Centre, Hamilton, Ontario

PUBLICATIONS (RENATA M. SLAPSYS)

Slapsys, R.M. and D.A. Clark.   1982.  Active suppression of host-vs-graft reaction in pregnant mice.  IV.  Local suppressor cells in decidua and uterine blood.  J. Reprod.   Immunol.   4:355-364.

Clark, D.A., Slapsys, R.M. and M.R. McDermott.   1982.  Active localized suppression of killer T cells by suppressor cells in the genital tract of allopregnant mice.   In:   Immunology of Reproduction.  Eds. K. Bratanov.  V.H.  Vulchanov, V. Dikov, B. Somlev, R. Georgieva and A.  Tornyov.   Bulgarian Acad.  Sci.  Press, pp 418-421.

Slapsys, R.M. and D.A. Clark.   1982. Active suppression of host-versus-graft reaction in pregnant mice.  V.  Kinetics, specificity, and in vivo activity of non-T suppressor cells localized to the genital tract of mice during first pregnancy.  Am. J. Reprod.   Immunol.   3:65-71.

Clark, D.A., Slapsys, R.M.,  Croy,  B.A., Rossant, J. and McDermott.   1983.  Regulation of cytotoxic T cells in pregnant mice.  In:   Immunology of Reproduction.  Eds.  T.  Wegmann and T.J. Gill.   III.  Oxford Press, New York,  pp  342-361.

Clark, D.A., Slapsys,  R.M., Croy,  B.A.,  Rossant, J.   1983.  Suppressor cell activity in uterine decidua correlates with success or failure of murine pregnancies.  J.  Immunolo.   131:540-542.

Clark, D.A., Slapsys,  R.M.,  Croy, B.A.,  Krcek,  J. and J. Rossant.   1984 Rossant.   1984.   Local active suppression by suppressor cells in decidua:  A Review.   Amer. J. Reprod.  Immunolo.   5:2;78-83.

Clark, D.A., Slapsys, R.M.,  Croy,  B.A. and J. Rossant.   1984.    Immunoregulation of host-versus-graft responses in the uterus.  Immunology Today.   5:4;111-115.

Clark, D.A.  and R.M.  Slapsys.   1985.  Immunoregulatory mechanisms in the uterus and survival of the fetus.  In: Contributions to Obstetrics and Gynecology.   14:44-53.  P.J.  Keller, Zurich,  Karger, Basel.

Slapsys, R.M.,   Richards,  C.D. and D.A. Clark.  1985.  Active suppression of host-versus-graft reaction in pregnant mice. VIII. The uterine decidua-associated suppressor cell is distinct from decidual NK cells.   Cell.  Immunol.   99:140-149.

Clark,  D.A.  Slapsys, R.M.  Chaput,  A. Walker, C., Brierley, J., Daya, S. and K. Rosenthal.   1986.  Immunoregulatory molecules of trophoblast and decidual suppressor cell origin at the materno-fetal interface.  AJRIM 10:100-104.

Clark,  D.A. Slapsys, R., Brierley, J., Chaput, A., and S. Daya.  1986.  Suppressor cells in the uterus of mice and humans.  Proc.  Anat.  Soc.  U.K.  J. Anat. P.11.

Clark, D.A. Brierley, J.,  Slapsys,  R.,  Daya,  S., Damji,  N., Chaput, A. and K. Rosenthal.   1986.  trophloblast-dependent and trophoblast-independent suppressor cells of maternal origin in murine and human decidual.   In:  Reproductive Immunology, 1986.  (Eds. Clark,  D.A. and Croy, B.A.)  Elsevier, Amsterdam.  pp. 219-226.

Clark, D.A., Chaput, A., Slapsys, R.M., Brierley, J., Daya, S. and R. Allardyce.  Suppressor cells in the uterus.   1987.  In: Immunoregulation and Fetal Survival.  Eds. T. Wegmann and T.J. Gill.  Oxford Univ.  Press, New York,  pp. 63-77.

Clark, D.A., Chaput A., Slapsys, R., Brierley, J., Daya, S., Rosenthal, K. and G.  Chaouat.   1987.   Local intrauterine suppressor factor in survival of the fetal allograft.  In:  Reproductive  Immunology:   materno-fetal relationship.  INSERM Colloque.   Vol   154,  Paris, France.   pp.  77-88.

Slapsys,  R.,  Youglai,  E., and D. Clark.   1989.   Active Suppression of Host-versus-Graft Reaction in Pregnant mice.  X. A novel suppressor cell is reunited to decidua by fetal trophoblast-type cells.  Regional Immunology   1:182-189.

Cook,  D.J.,  Riddle,  R.H.,  Chernesky, M.A.,  Salena,  B.J. and R.M. Slapsys.  1989.  Relapsing Hepatitis A infection with Immunological Sequelae.  Can.  J. Gastroenterol.  3:145-149.

Slapsys R.M. and D.N. Sauder.  Immunology of the skin:  The Role of Langerhans Cell in allergic contact hypersensitivity. 1992 Practical Allergy & Immunology.   1992  7:46-49.

ABSTRACTS (RENATA M. SLAPSYS)

Slapsys,  R.M.  and D.A. Clark.   1981.  Active localized suppression of CTL generation in allopregnant mice.  Proc.  Can. Fed.  Biol.  Soc.,  24:141;163.

Slapsys,  R.M.  and D.A. Clark,  1982.  Active localized suppression of cytotoxic T Cells  (CTL) in allopregnant mice.  Fed.  Proc., 41:426.

Slapsys,  R.M.  and D.A. Clark.   1982.  Active localized suppression of CTL generation in allopregnant mice.  Proc.  Can.  Fed.  Biol.  Soc.,  25:26;95.

Clark,  D.A.  and R.M. Slapsys.  1982.  Active suppression of killer T cells by suppressor cells localized in the genital tract of allopregnant mice.  In:   Proc.  Immunol  of Reproduction Symposium.  June,  1982.  Amer. J. Reprod.  Immunol.,  2:166.

Slapsys,  R.M., Croy, B.A. Rossant,  J. and D.A. Clark.   1983.  Active localized suppression of cytotoxic T cell generation in the murine urterus correlate with successful pregnancy.   Proc.  Can.  Fed.  Biol.  Soc.,  26:193;131.

Slapsys, R.M., Nagarkatti, P.S., Rossant, J., Croy, B.A. and D.A. Clark.  1983.  Properties and significance of two distinct types of suppressor cells associated with murine pregnancy.   Proc.  5th Int.  Congress Immunol.  Kyoto, Japan.

Clark, D.A.,  Croy, B.A.  Rossant, J.  and R.M. Slapsys.   1983.  Active localized suppression of cytotoxic T Cell generation in the murine uterus correlates with successful pregnancy.  J. Reprod.  Immunol.  Suppl.  1:76.

Clark, D.A. Slapsys, R.M., Croy, B.A. Chaput, A., Tutton,  D. and J. Rossant.   1984.  Role of local intrauterine suppression in the protection of the antigen-bearing fetus.  Can.  Fed.  Biol.  Soc.  27:256;93.

Slapsys,  R.M.  and D.A. Clark.   1984.  Uterine decidual suppressor cells and decidual NK cells represent two distinct populations.  Can.  Fed.  Biol.  Soc.  27:136;184.

Clark, D.A., Slapsys, R., Chaput, A., Walker, C., Rosenthal, K., Croy,  B.A.  and J. Rossant.  1984.  Immunoregulatory mechanisms in the uterus and survival of the fetus. Amer.   J. Reprod.  Immunol.  6:56.

Slapsys, R.M., Beeson, J. and D.A. Clark.   1984.  The role of the trophoblast in thelocalization of decidua-associated suppressor cells.  Amer.  J.  Reprod.  Immunol.  6:66.

Slapsys, R.M., Beeson,  J.  and D.A. Clark.   1985. Recruitment of a trophoblast-dependent suppressor cell to the implantation site of allopregnant mice.  Fed.  Proc.  44:1880.

Clark,  D.A. Brierley,  J., Daya, S., Slapsys,  R.M.  Chaput, A.,  Rosenthal, K., Chaouat, G. and N. Kiger,  1986. Intrauterine suppressor cells and the success or failure or murine and human pregnancy.   XII World Congress on Fertility  & Sterility. Singapore.   Oct.  26-31,  1986.

Clark, D.A., Brierley, J., Slapsys, R.M., Daya, S., Damji, N., Chaput, Al,  and K. Rosenthal.  Trophoblast-dependent and trophoblast independent suppressor cells of maternal origin in murine and human decidua.  3rd   ICRI.,  J. Reprod.  Immunol.   Suppl.  June,  1986.  P.22.

Slapsys,  R.M.,  Beeson,  J.H. and  D.A. Clark.   1986.  Localization of the trophoblast-dependent decidua-associated suppressor cell.   3rd  ICRI J. Reprod.  Immunol.  Suppl.  June, 1986.   p.121.

Slapsys,  R.,  Beeson,  J.H.  and D.A. Clark.   1986.  Trophoblast dependent localization of decidua-associated  suppressor cells.  6th  ICI.  6.21.13, p.735.

Clark, D.A., Brierley,  J., Daya, S., Slapsys, R., Chaput A., K. Rosenthal, A. Croy, G. Chaouat, N. Kiger, J. Underwood, J. Mowbray and C. Conway, 1986.  Physiological significance of decidual cells and fetal survival, CDS Annual Symposium,  Bangkok, Thailand.   Oct.  21-24/86.

Slapsys,  R., and Rosenthal,  D.,   1992.   Porokeratosis:  Co-existence of subtypes.  Canadian Dermatology Association (CDA) Meeting, Victoria, B.C.

 

EXTRACURRICULAR

Free The Children/Passion To Heal Medical Volunteer Trip (Kenya, September, 2012)

Mission Statement: An international charity and educational partner, Free The Children believes in a world where all young people are free to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change. Free The Children works to empower youth to remove barriers that prevent them from being active local and global citizens.

Participants on the Kenya Medical Volunteer Trip had a lasting impact on the level of health care in rural communities. The trip included the following: screening students in Free The Children primary schools for potential skin conditions; diagnosing and prescribing treatment for students and community members; preventing further illnesses by identifying potential causes of common dermatological conditions present in these communities; working with our local health care team to build their capacity for diagnosis and ability to provide optimal treatment for a range of skin conditions.