Anne Slavotinek, PhD, MD

Pediatric medical geneticist

Dr. Anne Slavotinek specializes in clinical genetics. Her interests include dysmorphology -- the study of patterns of congenital anomalies -- and her research is directed towards the discovery and understanding of genes that cause multiple congenital anomaly syndromes.

Slavotinek earned her medical degree from the University of Adelaide in South Australia. After moving to the United Kingdom and completing her doctorate, she did a residency in medical genetics at the Churchill Hospital in Oxford and a fellowship at St. Mary's Hospital in Manchester. Slavotinek then went to the National Institutes of Health where she completed a fellowship in medical genetics. She is a professor in the Division of Medical Genetics in the Department of Pediatrics at UCSF.

Clinics

Medical Genetics and Genomics Clinic
1825 Fourth Street, Sixth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94158
Phone: (415) 476-2757
Fax: (415) 476-9305

Hours: Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Board Certification

Clinical Genetics, American Board of Medical Genetics

Academic Title

Professor

More about Anne Slavotinek

Additional Languages

German

Education

University of Adelaide 1987

Residencies

Churchill Hospital, John Radcliffe Trust, Oxford, Medical Genetics 1995

Fellowships

St. Mary's Hospital, Manchester, Medical Genetics 1998
National Institutes of Health, Medical Genetics 2002

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Krall M, Htun S, Anand D, Hart D, Lachke SA, Slavotinek AM. Correction to: A zebrafish model of foxe3 deficiency demonstrates lens and eye defects with dysregulation of key genes involved in cataract formation in humans. Hum Genet. 2018 May 11.
  2. Krall M, Htun S, Anand D, Hart D, Lachke SA, Slavotinek AM. A zebrafish model of foxe3 deficiency demonstrates lens and eye defects with dysregulation of key genes involved in cataract formation in humans. Hum Genet. 2018 Apr; 137(4):315-328.
  3. Hirabayashi KE, Moore AT, Mendelsohn BA, Taft RJ, Chawla A, Perry D, Henry D, Slavotinek A. Congenital sodium diarrhea and chorioretinal coloboma with optic disc coloboma in a patient with biallelic SPINT2 mutations, including p.(Tyr163Cys). Am J Med Genet A. 2018 Apr; 176(4):997-1000.

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