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Christine Burrows, MD

Clinical Interest

Internal Medicine

Research Interests

Dr Burrows' practice interests include primary care of vulnerable populations, travel medicine, general internal medicine and pediatrics, wellness and lifestyles coaching, chronic care managment of diabetes, CHF, and COPD, and women's health. In a...


Internal Medicine

  • Bachelor's Degree: Duke University
  • Medical Degree: University of Virginia Health Sciences Center
  • Intern &Resident : University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Medical Center
  • : University of Ghana and Holy Family Hospital
  • : Imperial College
  • : Oxford University
Board Certifications & Licenses
    American Board of Internal Medicine (Certification Date: 08/22/2000) - (Recertification Date: 12/31/2010)
    American Board of Pediatrics (Certification Date: 10/24/2000) - (Recertification Date: 10/24/2018)
Contact Information
  • Medical Sciences Building
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0535
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0535
  • Office 513-558-7581
  • Fax 513-558-4399
  • Email

Peer Reviewed Publications

Eckman, Mark H; Wise, Ruth; Leonard, Anthony C; Dixon, Estrelita; Burrows, Christine; Khan, Faisal; Warm, Eric 2012. Impact of health literacy on outcomes and effectiveness of an educational intervention in patients with chronic diseases. Patient education and counseling, 87 2, 143-51

Morris, Timothy A; Marsh, James J; Burrows, Craig M; Chiles, Peter G; Konopka, Ronald G; Pedersen, Craig A 2003. Urine and plasma levels of fibrinopeptide B in patients with deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. Thrombosis research, 110 2-3, 159-65

Burrows, C M; Mathews, W C; Colt, H G 2000. Predicting survival in patients with recurrent symptomatic malignant pleural effusions: an assessment of the prognostic values of physiologic, morphologic, and quality of life measures of extent of disease. Chest, 117 1, 73-8

Darling, T N; Burrows, C M; Blum, J J . Rapid shape change and release of ninhydrin-positive substances by Leishmania major promastigotes in response to hypo-osmotic stress. The Journal of protozoology, 37 6, 493-9

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University of Cincinnati
Department of Internal Medicine

Division of General Internal Medicine
231 Albert Sabin Way, ML 0535
Cincinnati, OH 45267-0535

Phone: 513-558-7581