SARAH R AKKINA portrait
  • Assistant Professor (Clinical), Surgery

Languages

  • English, Fluent.

Publications

  • Akkina SR, Patel PN, Most SP (date unknown). Grafts in Rhinoplasty. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Most SP (date unknown). Treatment of the Asymmetric Nose. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Sie KCY (date unknown). Chapter 22: Surgery for Velopharyngeal Dysfunction: Furlow Palatoplasty. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Shabbir A, Lahti A, Mudumbai RC, Chambers CB, Moe KS, Phillips JO (date unknown). Quantifying Eye Alignment in Orbital Fracture Patients: The Digital Hess Screen. Vol. 22, 427-432. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Ma CC, Kirkham EM, Horn DL, Chen ML, Parikh SR (date unknown). Does drug induced sleep endoscopy-directed surgery improve polysomnography measures in children with Down Syndrome and obstructive sleep apnea?. Vol. 138, 1009-1013. Accepted, .
  • Lin GC, Scheel A, Akkina S, Chinn S, Graham M, Komarck C, Walline H, McHugh JB, Prince ME, Carey TE, Zacharek MA (date unknown). Epidermal growth factor receptor, p16, cyclin D1, and p53 staining patterns for inverted papilloma. Vol. 3, 885-9. Accepted, .
  • Leibman RS, Richardson MW, Ellebrecht CT, Maldini CR, Glover JA, Secreto AJ, Kulikovskaya I, Lacey SF, Akkina SR, Yi Y, Shaheen F, Wang J, Dufendach KA, Holmes MC, Collman RG, Payne AS, Riley JL (date unknown). Supraphysiologic control over HIV-1 replication mediated by CD8 T cells expressing a re-engineered CD4-based chimeric antigen receptor. Vol. 13, e1006613. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Saurey TG, Middleton NA, Mattson NR, Brummet S, Phillips JO, Chambers CB, Moe KS, Mudumbai RC (date unknown). Factors Associated with Ocular Injury in Orbital Fracture Patients: Who Requires Urgent Ophthalmic Evaluation?. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Kim RY, Stucken CL, Pynnonen MA, Bradford CR (date unknown). Is There a Difference in Staging and Treatment of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Tumors Between Tertiary Care and Community-Based Institutions?. Vol. 3, 290-295. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Parikh SR (date unknown). Pediatric Septoplasty. Vol. 29, 66-69. Accepted, .
  • Novis SJ, Akkina SR, Lynn S, Kern HE, Keshavarzi NR, Pynnonen MA (date unknown). A diagnostic dilemma: chronic sinusitis diagnosed by non-otolaryngologists. Vol. 6, 486-90. Accepted, .
  • Dombecki C, Shah MM, Eke-Usim A, Akkina SR, Ahrens M, Sturm L, Washer L, Foxman B (date unknown). The impact of role models on hand hygiene compliance. Vol. 36, 610-2. Accepted, .
  • Lin GC, Akkina S, Chinn S, Prince ME, McHugh JB, Carey T, Zacharek MA (date unknown). Sinonasal inverted papilloma: prognostic factors with emphasis on resection margins. Vol. 75, 140-6. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Kim RY, Stucken CL, Pynnonen MA, Bradford CR (date unknown). The current practice of open neck mass biopsy in the diagnosis of head and neck cancer: A retrospective cohort study. Vol. 4, 57-61. Accepted, .
  • Hu S, Neff CP, Kumar DM, Habu Y, Akkina SR, Seki T, Akkina R (date unknown). A humanized mouse model for HIV-2 infection and efficacy testing of a single-pill triple-drug combination anti-retroviral therapy. Vol. 501, 115-118. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Novis SJ, Keshavarzi NR, Pynnonen MA (date unknown). Academic institution pilot study shows far fewer diagnoses of sinusitis than reported nationally. Vol. 1, 124-129. Accepted, .
  • Pynnonen MA, Lynn S, Kern HE, Novis SJ, Akkina SR, Keshavarzi NR, Davis MM (date unknown). Diagnosis and treatment of acute sinusitis in the primary care setting: A retrospective cohort. Vol. 125, 2266-72. Accepted, .
  • Patel SA, Liu JJ, Murakami CS, Berg D, Akkina SR, Bhrany AD (date unknown). Complication Rates in Delayed Reconstruction of the Head and Neck After Mohs Micrographic Surgery. Vol. 18, 340-6. Accepted, .
  • Berges BK, Akkina SR, Folkvord JM, Connick E, Akkina R (date unknown). Mucosal transmission of R5 and X4 tropic HIV-1 via vaginal and rectal routes in humanized Rag2-/- gammac -/- (RAG-hu) mice. Vol. 373, 342-51. Accepted, .
  • Berges BK, Akkina SR, Remling L, Akkina R (date unknown). Humanized Rag2(-/-)gammac(-/-) (RAG-hu) mice can sustain long-term chronic HIV-1 infection lasting more than a year. Vol. 397, 100-3. Accepted, .
  • Akkina R, Berges BK, Palmer BE, Remling L, Neff CP, Kuruvilla J, Connick E, Folkvord J, Gagliardi K, Kassu A, Akkina SR (date unknown). Humanized Rag1-/- γc-/- mice support multilineage hematopoiesis and are susceptible to HIV-1 infection via systemic and vaginal routes. Vol. 6, e20169. Accepted, .
  • Berens AM, Akkina SR, Patel SA (date unknown). Complications in facial Mohs defect reconstruction. (pp. 258-264). Vol. 25. Accepted, .
  • Akkina SR, Most SP (date unknown). Treatment of the Crooked Nose. (pp. 111-121). Vol. 49. Accepted, .