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Patrick E Sarte, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine (Clinician Educator)
Associate Program Director
Medicine
IRD 310 Off Campus Los Angeles
+1 323 226 6571

Overview

The USC Internal Medicine Residency Program fosters an environment for our trainees to develop individualized autonomy under the guidance of excellent teaching faculty. For these reasons in addition to the breadth of pathology and learning opportunities available at this facility, I chose to train here myself. I stayed as faculty so that I can contribute to improving further the operational and educational aspects of the hospital and training program. I remain here because I enjoy teaching both the residents and medical students, and I continue to learn from them and our patients on an almost daily basis. At USC, I have personally been able to make a difference in the lives of my patients as well as my trainees whom I have witnessed develop into confident and independently capable physicians.

Dr. Sarte is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. His clinical focus is Preventive Medicine in addition to General Medicine and Pediatrics. He works extensively at the Keck School of Medicine and the LAC+USC Medical Center to educate medical students and resident physicians as they progress in their training. He believes that the patient-physician relationship is a team effort in which both parties strive to work together to maintain excellent health.

Awards

Division of GHPGIM, Department of Medicine, USC: Medicine Clerkship Teaching Award, 2015

Department of Medicine, USC: Faculty Incentive Award, 2014

Department of Medicine, USC: Faculty Incentive Award, 2014

LAC+USC Medical Center: Passionate Performance Award, 2012

Department of Medicine, USC: Faculty Teaching Award, 2012

American College of Physicians : Fellow, 2010

Keck School of Medicine of USC: Attending of the Year, 2007-2008

American Academy of Pediatrics: Fellow, 2006

Miller Scholarship

Los Angeles Society of Coatings Technology: Scholarship, 1989-1993

S.H. Ehrman Scholarship

Publications

Description of two classes of proteinases from enamel extracellular matrix cleaving a recombinant amelogenin. Connect Tissue Res. 1996; 35(1-4):231-8. View in: PubMed

Mass-spectrographic analysis of a porcine amelogenin identifies a single phosphorylated locus. Calcif Tissue Int. 1994 Nov; 55(5):398-400. View in: PubMed

Detection of monodisperse aggregates of a recombinant amelogenin by dynamic light scattering. Biopolymers. 1994 Oct; 34(10):1339-47. View in: PubMed

Specific cleavage of a recombinant murine amelogenin at the carboxy-terminal region by a proteinase fraction isolated from developing bovine tooth enamel. Arch Oral Biol. 1994 Aug; 39(8):647-56. View in: PubMed

Self-assembly of a recombinant amelogenin protein generates supramolecular structures. J Struct Biol. 1994 Mar-Apr; 112(2):103-9. View in: PubMed

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