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Valentina Shakhnovich, MD

TitleGastroenterologist; Clinician-Scientist
InstitutionChildren's Mercy Kansas City
DepartmentPediatrics
Address2401 Gillham Rd
Kansas City MO 64108
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    Other Positions
    TitleAssistant Professor of Pediatrics
    InstitutionUniversity of Missouri-Kansas City
    DepartmentPediatrics

    TitleResearch Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
    InstitutionUniversity of Kansas Medical Center
    DepartmentPediatrics


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    University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, Madison, WI MD2008
    University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, Madison, WI Residency2011Pediatrics
    Children's Mercy Kansas City, Kansas City, MOFellowship2015Clinical Pharmacology
    Children's Mercy Kansas City, Kansas City, MOFellowship2015Pediatric Gastroenterology
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    1. Gress K, Bass JA, Funk RS, Morrow RP, Hasenkamp R, Shakhnovich V. Facing Real-World Challenges of Immunogenicity in Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Front Immunol. 2020; 11:1148. PMID: 32582213.
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    2. Shakhnovich V, Kyler KE. Filling the Gap in Knowledge for Drug Dose Individualization in Pediatric Obesity. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2020 06; 28(6):1003. PMID: 32441475.
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    3. Shakhnovich V, Meibohm B, Rosenberg A, Kierzek AM, Hasenkamp R, Funk RS, Thalhauser CJ, van der Graaf PH, Wang YC, Hamuro L. Immunogenicity in Clinical Practice and Drug Development: When is it Significant? Clin Transl Sci. 2020 Mar; 13(2):219-223. PMID: 31762152.
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    4. Kyler KE, Wagner J, Hosey-Cojocari C, Watt K, Shakhnovich V. Drug Dose Selection in Pediatric Obesity: Available Information for the Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs to Children. Paediatr Drugs. 2019 Oct; 21(5):357-369. PMID: 31432433.
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    5. Gijsen V, Maddux M, Lavertu A, Gonzalez-Hernandez G, Ram N, Reeves B, Robinson T, Ziesenitz V, Shakhnovich V, Altman R. #Science: The Potential and the Challenges of Utilizing Social Media and Other Electronic Communication Platforms in Health Care. Clin Transl Sci. 2020 Jan; 13(1):26-30. PMID: 31392837.
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    6. White DA, Staggs VS, Williams V, Edwards TC, Shook R, Shakhnovich V. Handheld Indirect Calorimetry as a Clinical Tool for Measuring Resting Energy Expenditure in Children with and without Obesity. Child Obes. 2019 May/Jun; 15(4):280-287. PMID: 30888207.
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    7. Shakhnovich V, Hornik CP, Kearns GL, Weigel J, Abdel-Rahman SM. How to Conduct Clinical Trials in Children: A Tutorial. Clin Transl Sci. 2019 05; 12(3):218-230. PMID: 30657253.
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    8. McLaughlin MJ, Wagner J, Shakhnovich V, Carleton B, Leeder JS. Considerations for Implementing Precision Therapeutics for Children. Clin Transl Sci. 2019 03; 12(2):140-150. PMID: 30516322.
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    9. Shakhnovich V, Brian Smith P, Guptill JT, James LP, Collier DN, Wu H, Livingston CE, Zhao J, Kearns GL, Cohen-Wolkowiez M. A Population-Based Pharmacokinetic Model Approach to Pantoprazole Dosing for Obese Children and Adolescents. Paediatr Drugs. 2018 Oct; 20(5):483-495. PMID: 30097906.
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    10. Shakhnovich V, Smith PB, Wu H, Cohen-Wolkowiez M, Kearns GL. Reply. J Pediatr. 2018 07; 198:327-328. PMID: 29680472.
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    11. Shakhnovich V. It's Time to Reverse our Thinking: The Reverse Translation Research Paradigm. Clin Transl Sci. 2018 03; 11(2):98-99. PMID: 29423973.
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    12. Shakhnovich V, Smith PB, Guptill JT, James LP, Collier DN, Wu H, Livingston CE, Zhao J, Kearns GL. Obese Children Require Lower Doses of Pantoprazole Than Nonobese Peers to Achieve Equal Systemic Drug Exposures. J Pediatr. 2018 02; 193:102-108.e1. PMID: 29389444.
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    13. Andreoletti G, Shakhnovich V, Christenson K, Coelho T, Haggarty R, Afzal NA, Batra A, Petersen BS, Mort M, Beattie RM, Ennis S. Exome Analysis of Rare and Common Variants within the NOD Signaling Pathway. Sci Rep. 2017 04 19; 7:46454. PMID: 28422189.
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    14. Shakhnovich V, Dinwiddie D, Hildreth A, Attard T, Kingsmore S. A Novel Compound-Heterozygous Epithelial Cell Adhesion Molecule Mutation in Tufting Enteropathy. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2017 01; 64(1):e14-e16. PMID: 25383784.
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    15. Shakhnovich V, Vyhlidal C, Friesen C, Hildreth A, Singh V, Daniel J, Kearns GL, Leeder JS. Decreased Pregnane X Receptor Expression in Children with Active Crohn's Disease. Drug Metab Dispos. 2016 07; 44(7):1066-9. PMID: 27013401.
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    16. Bass JA, Friesen CA, Deacy AD, Neilan NA, Bracken JM, Shakhnovich V, Singh V. Investigation of potential early Histologic markers of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease. BMC Gastroenterol. 2015 Oct 13; 15:129. PMID: 26463759.
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    17. Turner D, Wolters VM, Russell RK, Shakhnovich V, Muise AM, Ledder O, Ngan B, Friesen C. Anti-TNF, infliximab, and adalimumab can be effective in eosinophilic bowel disease. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2013 May; 56(5):492-7. PMID: 23221994.
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    18. Shakhnovich V, Daniel J, Wicklund B, Kearns G, Neville K. Use of pharmacokinetic modelling to individualize FFP dosing in factor V deficiency. Haemophilia. 2013 Mar; 19(2):251-5. PMID: 23173558.
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