Kelly Evans, MD is an attending physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital and an acting instructor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She completed her clinical fellowship in the Craniofacial Center at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Her research interests include developing models for airway obstruction in craniofacial conditions and the population of children born with Robin sequence. She is currently also working towards a Masters of Science in Epidemiology at the University of Washington School of Public Health. She has long enjoyed working with and teaching medical students and residents.
A phenotypic assessment tool for craniofacial microsomia.
Plastic and reconstructive surgery , 2011 Jan: 313-20
Expression of nonclassical class I molecules by intestinal epithelial cells.
Inflammatory bowel diseases , 2007 Mar: 298-307
Novel use of the Amplatzer duct occluder for percutaneous closure of a large subclavian artery to innominate vein fistula in a neonate.
Congenital heart disease , 2006 Jan: 46-9
Rhabdomyolysis after penetrating trauma.
The American surgeon , 2004 Oct: 890-2
Preventing renal failure in patients with rhabdomyolysis: do bicarbonate and mannitol make a difference?
The Journal of trauma , 2004 Jun: 1191-6