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Jarrett E. Riley, DO, MD

EDUCATION:

  • 2007-2011, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Rockhurst University, DO/MBA Dual Degree Program, graduated May
  • 2000-2007, Washington State University, BS, Psychology, cum laude, BS, Neuroscience, cum laude

POST-GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION:

  • July 2014 – Jan 2015, University of Wisconsin Madison/American Family Children’s Hospital – Fellow, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
  • 2011-2014, Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital – Pediatrics Resident.

RESEARCH:

  • 2012, Bone Marrow Transplant – Analyzed data, wrote introduction and methods section of abstract for submission, and gave oral presentation to Graduate Medical Research Symposium, Nov. 2012.
  • 2003-2004, Research Assistant. Heiko T. Jansen, PhD, Washington, State University. Analyzed clock gene expression in the striatum of rats after cocaine-induced drug relapse.
  • Summer 2003, Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Steven Simasko, PhD, Washington State University. Elucidated the relationship between chronic leptin exposure to vagal afferent neurons and its effects on cholecsytokinin sensitivity in rats.

ORAL/POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

  • J. Riley, J. Morris et al. “Osteoporosis/Osteopenia (OP) and Osteonecrosis (ON) in Survivors of Pediatric Stem Cell Transplantation Is Associated With Graft Versus Host Disease.” Presented oral presentation at GME Resident research symposium, Nov 2012
  • J. Riley and H. Jansen. “The Destruction of the rat Suprachiasmatic Nucleus causes increased expression of clock genes following cocaine induced drug relapse.” 2004 Senior Research Poster Session.
  • J. Riley and S. Simasko. “Chronic exposure to leptin decreases sensitivity of cultured vagal afferent neurons to CCK.” 2003 Summer Research Fellowship Poster Session.

HONORS & AWARDS:

  • 2009 TOUCH pin award, Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents. KCUMB. Recognition for medical service given to community in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic totaling 50+ hours.
  • 2003-2004 Alcohol and Drug Abuse Grant. Washington State University.
  • 2002-2004 Edward Meyer Ambassador Scholarship. Washington State University.

EXTRACURRICULAR:

  • 2009 Medical Mission with Kansas City Royals. Assisted in interviews and performed physical exams; served as the translator for physicians.
  • 2008-2009 Interpreter, Jay Doc Clinic. Served as a Spanish interpreter for medical students and physicians.
    Treasurer, Docs for Tots (Peds Club). Responsible for financial records and reconciliation for Docs for Tots within the pediatrics club.
  • 2007-2009 DOCARE. Taught medical Spanish courses to 2nd year medical students; sorted drugs and medical supplies for medical mission to Guatemala.Osteopera, KCUMB. Participated in the student musical ensemble which performed at multiple events include the annual winter concert.
  • 2004-2006 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Missionary. Served a full-time mission for the Mormon church in Charlotte, North Carolina.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

  • 2008-2009 Pathology Tutor, KCUMB. Tutored first year medical students in pathology.
  • 2004 Teaching Assistant, Neuroanatomy, Washington State University. Assisted in making lab quizzes for undergraduate neuroanatomy class.
  • 2003 Teaching Assistant, General Chemistry, Washington State University. Facilitated general chemistry labs; graded and corrected homework, quizzes and laboratory reports.

Jarrett E. Riley, DO

Jarrett Riley, D.O., a board certified Pediatrician, joined Palouse Pediatrics in June. He was raised in Tacoma, Washington and received his undergraduate degree from Washington State University. He received his medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences and completed his residency at Loma Linda Children’s Hospital in Loma Linda, California. “When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my wife and new baby Ava. I am an avid Seahawks fan, love basketball and going to the movies,” Dr. Riley said.