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Matthew T. Rondina, M.D., M.S.

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Languages

  • English

Clinical Details

Phone Number Clinical Office Address
(801) 581-7790 Madsen Health Center
555 Foothill Blvd
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
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Bio

Dr. Rondina was raised in Boston, Massachusetts and completed his medical school and residency training at the University of Utah. After completing a position as Chief Medical Resident, he joined the Department of Internal Medicine within the Division of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Rondina is Co-Director of the University Healthcare Thrombosis Service, where he provides care to patients with, or at-risk for, thrombotic disorders. He is also an NIH-funded investigator focused on understanding how platelet, megakaryocyte, and leukocyte functions are altered in inflammatory, infection, and thrombotic conditions. Dr. Rondina’s work has received national and international recognition and contributed to improving our understanding of cellular functions during these disease processes. In addition, he has served on NIH study section, mentored numerous young investigators from within and external to the University of Utah, and served as referee for peer reviewed journals. Dr. Rondina’s expertise in thrombotic and inflammatory disorders and his work uniting basic science and clinical research supports the mission of the University of Utah in providing cutting edge, personalized healthcare to our patients and advancing our understanding of how to prevent and treat thrombotic disorders.

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Internal Medicine - Associate Professor
Academic Divisions General Internal Medicine
Board Certification American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)

Academic Profile

Board Certification and Academic Information

Academic Departments Internal Medicine - Associate Professor
Academic Divisions General Internal Medicine
Board Certification American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)

Academic Office Locations

Academic Office Phone Number Academic Office Address
(801) 585-0950 George and Dolores Eccles Institute of Human Genetics
University Health Care - Internal Medicine
15 N 2030 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84112

Academic Bio

Dr. Rondina was raised in Boston, Massachusetts and completed his medical school and residency training at the University of Utah. After completing a position as Chief Medical Resident, he joined the Department of Internal Medicine within the Division of General Internal Medicine. Dr. Rondina is Co-Director of the University Healthcare Thrombosis Service, where he provides care to patients with, or at-risk for, thrombotic disorders. He is also an NIH-funded investigator focused on understanding how platelet, megakaryocyte, and leukocyte functions are altered in inflammatory, infection, and thrombotic conditions. Dr. Rondina’s work has received national and international recognition and contributed to improving our understanding of cellular functions during these disease processes. In addition, he has served on NIH study section, mentored numerous young investigators from within and external to the University of Utah, and served as referee for peer reviewed journals. Dr. Rondina’s expertise in thrombotic and inflammatory disorders and his work uniting basic science and clinical research supports the mission of the University of Utah in providing cutting edge, personalized healthcare to our patients and advancing our understanding of how to prevent and treat thrombotic disorders.

Education

Education History

Type School Degree
Graduate Training University of Utah
Clinical Investigation
M.S.
Residency University of Utah Health Sciences Center
Internal Medicine
Resident
Internship University of Utah Health Sciences Center
Internal Medicine
Intern
Professional Medical University of Utah Medical School
Medicine
M.D.
Undergraduate University of Utah
Psychology
B.S.
Undergraduate Brigham Young University

Publications

Selected Provider Publications

Journal Article

  1. Rondina MT, Carlisle M, Fraughton T, Brown SM, Miller RR 3rd, Harris ES, Weyrich AS, Zimmerman GA, Supiano MA, Grissom CK (07/29/2014). Platelet-Monocyte Aggregate Formation and Mortality Risk in Older Patients With Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, In Press.
  2. Brown SM, Tate MQ, Jones JP, Kuttler KG, Lanspa MJ, Rondina MT, Grissom CK, Mathews VJ (2014). Coefficient of Variation of Coarsely Sampled Heart Rate is Associated With Early Vasopressor Independence in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock. (Epub ahead of print) J Intensive Care Med.
  3. Mohebali D, Kaplan D, Carlisle M, Supiano MA, Rondina MT (2014). Alterations in Platelet Function During Aging: Clinical Correlations with Thromboinflammatory Disease in Older Adults.LID - 10.1111/jgs.12700 [doi]. (Epub ahead of print) J Am Geriatr Soc.
  4. Kline JA, Nordenholz KE, Courtney DM, Kabrhel C, Jones AE, Rondina MT, Diercks DB, Klinger JR, Hernandez J (2014). Treatment of submassive pulmonary embolism with tenecteplase or placebo: cardiopulmonary outcomes at three months (TOPCOAT): Multicenter double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized trial.LID - 10.1111/jth.12521 [doi]. (Epub ahead of print) J Thromb Haemost.
  5. Rondina MT, Weyrich AS, Zimmerman GA (2013 May 24). Platelets as cellular effectors of inflammation in vascular disease. Circ Res, 112(11), 1506-19.
  6. Chen K, Rondina MT, Weyrich AS (2013). A sticky story for signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 in platelets. Circulation, 127(4), 421-3.
  7. Rondina MT, Lam UT, Pendleton RC, Kraiss LW, Wanner N, Zimmerman GA, Hoffman JM, Hanrahan C, Boucher K, Christian PE, Butterfield RI, Morton KA (2012). (18)F-FDG PET in the evaluation of acuity of deep vein thrombosis. Clin Nucl Med, 37(12), 1139-45.
  8. McInturff AM, Cody MJ, Elliott EA, Glenn JW, Rowley JW, Rondina MT, Yost CC (2012). Mammalian target of rapamycin regulates neutrophil extracellular trap formation via induction of hypoxia-inducible factor 1 alpha. Blood, 120(15), 3118-25.
  9. Kraemer BF, Campbell RA, Schwertz H, Franks ZG, Vieira de Abreu A, Grundler K, Kile BT, Dhakal BK, Rondina MT, Kahr WH, Mulvey MA, Blaylock RC, Zimmerman GA, Weyrich AS (2012). Bacteria differentially induce degradation of Bcl-xL, a survival protein, by human platelets. Blood, 120(25), 5014-20.
  10. Freeman A, Horner T, Pendleton RC, Rondina MT (2012). Prospective comparison of three enoxaparin dosing regimens to achieve target anti-factor Xa levels in hospitalized, medically ill patients with extreme obesity. Am J Hematol, 87(7), 740-3.
  11. Rondina MT, Grissom CK, Men S, Harris ES, Schwertz H, Zimmerman GA, Weyrich AS (2012). Whole blood flow cytometry measurements of in vivo platelet activation in critically-Ill patients are influenced by variability in blood sampling techniques. Thromb Res, 129(6), 729-35.
  12. Rondina MT, Brewster B, Grissom CK, Zimmerman GA, Kastendieck DH, Harris ES, Weyrich AS (2012). In vivo platelet activation in critically ill patients with primary 2009 influenza A(H1N1). Chest, 141(6), 1490-5.
  13. Rondina MT, Wanner N, Pendleton RC, Kraiss LW, Vinik R, Zimmerman GA, Heilbrun M, Hoffman JM, Morton KA (2011). A pilot study utilizing whole body 18 F-FDG-PET/CT as a comprehensive screening strategy for occult malignancy in patients with unprovoked venous thromboembolism. Thromb Res, 129(1), 22-7.
  14. Rondina MT, Schwertz H, Harris ES, Kraemer BF, Campbell RA, Mackman N, Grissom CK, Weyrich AS, Zimmerman GA (2011). The septic milieu triggers expression of spliced tissue factor mRNA in human platelets. J Thromb Haemost, 9(4), 748-58.
  15. Johnson S, Rondina MT (2011). Local INR control had some effect on the benefits of dabigatran over warfarin for major bleeding in atrial fibrillation. ACP J Club, 154(2), JC1-6.
  16. Vazquez SR, Johnson SA, Rondina MT (2010). Peri-procedural anticoagulation in patients undergoing ablation for atrial fibrillation. Thromb Res, 126(2), e69-77.
  17. Rondina MT, Walker A, Pendleton RC (2010). Drug-induced thrombocytopenia for the hospitalist physician with a focus on heparin-induced thrombocytopenia. Hosp Pract (Minneap), 38(2), 19-28.
  18. Freeman AL, Pendleton RC, Rondina MT (2010). Prevention of venous thromboembolism in obesity. Expert Rev Cardiovasc Ther, 8(12), 1711-21.
  19. Vazquez S, Rondina MT (2010). ACP Journal Club. Review: Graduated compression stockings reduce deep venous thrombosis in hospitalized patients. Ann Intern Med, 153(12), JC6-6.
  20. Franks ZG, Campbell RA, Weyrich AS, Rondina MT (2010). Platelet-leukocyte interactions link inflammatory and thromboembolic events in ischemic stroke. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 1207, 11-7.
  21. Rondina MT, Wheeler M, Rodgers GM, Draper L, Pendleton RC (2010). Weight-based dosing of enoxaparin for VTE prophylaxis in morbidly obese, medically-ill patients. Thromb Res, 125(3), 220-223.

Book Chapter

  1. Rondina MT, Weyrich AS (2012). Targeting Phosphodiesterases in Anti-Platelet Therapy. In Gresele, P. (Ed.), Antiplatelet Agents, Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology (210, pp. 225-38). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  2. Harris ES, Rondina MT, Schwertz H, Weyrich AS, Zimmerman GA (2010). Pathogenesis of sepsis and sepsis-induced acute lung injury. In A.M.K. Choi (Ed.), Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Second Edition (pp. 369-419). Informa Healthcare.

Abstract

  1. Rondina MT, Lam UT, Pendleton RC, Kraiss LW, Wanner N, Zimmerman GA, Hanrahan C Boucher K, Hoffman M, Morton KA (04/22/2012). The role of 18-fluorine-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography in the evaluation of deep vein thrombosis [Abstract]. Thrombosis Research, 129(S1), S165.

Poster

  1. Schwertz H, Rondina MT, Weyrich AS (2014). Retinoic acid receptor alpha guides platelet actin cytoskeleton dynamics. Poster session presented at 8th International Platelet Symposium, Jerusalem, Israel.
  2. Schwertz HJ, Rondina MT, Weyrich AS (February 13, 2014). Retinoic Acid Receptor Alpha Guides Platelet Actin Cytoskeletal Dynamics (P22-5). Poster session presented at 58th Annual Meeting Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis Research, Vienna, Austria.
  3. Rondina MT, Kalva S, Men S, Harris ES, Carlisle M, Zimmerman GA, Weyrich AS, Grissom CK (2012). Platelet-Monocyte Aggregate Formation and Cytokine Responses Correlate with Mortality in Elderly Septic Patients. Poster session presented at 2012 American Geriatric Society National Meeting, Seattle, WA.

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