Thomas Armin Frohwein, M.D.

Resident Physician (Internal Medicine) and Data Scientist

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Residency (Internal Medicine)
Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, New York City
July 2014 - June 2017 (expected graduation date)

Medical School
Charite Medical University Berlin, Germany
Rotations in General Internal Medicine and Rheumatology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, in 2012
Graduation in June 2013

Data Science Training
10-month class by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, via www.coursera.org
Verified certificate (June 2016)

Publications

Thesis

Investigation of the sensitization potential of unsaturated compounds in the loose-fit co-culture based sensitization assay (LCSA). (German: Untersuchung des Sensibilisierungspotenzials von ungesaettigten Verbindungen im Loose-fit Coculture-based Sensitization Assay LCSA.)
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Journal Publication

Frohwein TA, Sonnenburg A, Zuberbier T, Stahlmann R, Schreiner M. Unsaturated compounds induce up-regulation of CD86 on dendritic cells in the in vitro sensitization assay LCSA. Arch Toxicol 2016;90:927-936. Link to PubMed.gov

Data Science Publications (self-published online)

Coronary Artery Bypass Graft surgery (CABG): A web app illustrating volume and outcomes at New York Hospitals in 2011

Word Prediction Web App - Implementation of a language model

Economic and Population Health Effects of Major Storm and Related Events

Presentations at Scientific Congresses

Hydralazine-associated histone antibody-positive SLE presenting with pericardial tamponade. Annual Resident's Research Day 2016, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, New York City 05/27/2016.

Brugada pattern precipitated by fever secondary to pneumonia. 13th Annual Doctor's Recognition Day, New York City 03/30/2016.

Rheumatoid arthritis and hyperviscosity syndrome. NY Chapter ACP 2015 Resident and Medical Student Forum Poster Competition, Syracuse, NY 11/14/2015.

Rapidly progressive Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma presenting with persistent hypoglycemia and severe lactic acidosis. Annual Resident's Research Day 2015, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, New York City 05/22/2015.

A wolf in sheep's clothing. Case report of an unusual presentation of pulmonary embolism. Annual Resident's Research Day 2015, Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, New York City 05/22/2015.

Skin sensitization potential of unsaturated compounds in the loose-fit coculture-based sensitization assay (LCSA). 78th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Dresden, Germany 03/19/2012.

Unsaturated compounds in the loose-fit coculture based sensitization assay (LCSA). 2nd Poster Congress Research in the Reformed Medical Curriculum. Charite Medical University Berlin, Germany 07/07/2011.

Impairment of learning and memorization ability in early alcohol withdrawal. 3rd Berlin Congress Research Electives in the Reformed Curriculum. Charite Medical University Berlin, Germany 07/20/2007.

Research Summaries (all published locally in the Online Lincoln Post at our hospital)

Active Research Projects

Computer Skills

Language Skills

German native
English fluent
Spanish fluent
French intermediate
Portuguese intermediate
Mandarin Chinese elementary

Other Interests