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Melissa Palmer

Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine
Medical Dir - NYU Hepatology Associates Plainview NYU Gastroenterology Associates

Contact Info

516-939-2626
Melissa.Palmer@nyumc.org


Education

1981-1985 — Mount Sinai School of medicine, Medical Education
1985-1988 — Beth Israel Medical Center, Residency Training
1988-1989 — Mount Sinai School of Medicine Liver fellowship, Clinical Fellowships
1989-1991 — StonyBrook University Hospital GI Fellowship, Clinical Fellowships

A Phase 2, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of GS-9450 in subjects with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis
Ratziu V; Sheikh MY; Sanyal AJ; Lim JK; Conjeevaram H; Chalasani N; Abdelmalek M; Bakken A; Renou C; Palmer M; Levine RA; Bhandari BR; Cornpropst M; Liang W; King B; Mondou E; Rousseau FS; McHutchison J; Chojkier M. A Phase 2, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of GS-9450 in subjects with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. Hepatology. 2012 Feb;55(2):419-428 (141651)

Change has arrived: Treating hepatitis C with protease inhibitors- The new standard of care
Thomas J.R.; Thomas S.; Nanda R.; Palmer M.. Change has arrived: Treating hepatitis C with protease inhibitors- The new standard of care. Practical gastroenterology. 2011 ;35(6):13-27 (141496)

Women's issues and HCV
Palmer, Melissa. Women's issues and HCV. Hepatitis magazine. 2009 Mar;:?-? (100975)

Nutrition facts for liver disease
Palmer, Melissa. Nutrition facts for liver disease. Hepatitis magazine. 2008 May;:?-? (100974)

Improvement in treatment adherence in patients with chronic hepatitis C
Palmer M.. Improvement in treatment adherence in patients with chronic hepatitis C. Practical gastroenterology. 2008 ;32(12):31-42 (100793)