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Department of Internal Medicine

General Internal Medicine

Photo of  Sharice Wood, MD

Sharice Wood, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Clinical Interest

Internal Medicine

Specialties

Internal Medicine
Pediatrics

Education/Credentials
  • Bachelor's Degree: Wake Forest University
  • Master's Degree: University of North Carolina School of Public Health
  • Medical Degree: University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Board Certifications & Licenses
  • American Board of Internal Medicine 08/24/2016
  • American Board of Pediatrics 10/18/2017
Contact Information
  • Internal Medicine
  • Medical Sciences Building Room 6065
  • 231 Albert Sabin Way
  • Cincinnati, Ohio 45267
  • Office (513) 558-4758
  • Email woods9@ucmail.uc.edu

Peer Reviewed Publications

Warm, Eric J; Mathis, Bradley R; Held, Justin D; Pai, Savita; Tolentino, Jonathan; Ashbrook, Lauren; Lee, Cheryl K; Lee, David; Wood, Sharice; Fichtenbaum, Carl J; Schauer, Daniel; Munyon, Ryan; Mueller, Caroline 2014. Entrustment and mapping of observable practice activities for resident assessment. Journal of general internal medicine, 29 8, 1177-82

Drotar, Dennis; Stancin, Terry; Dworkin, Paul H; Sices, Laura; Wood, Susan 2008. Selecting developmental surveillance and screening tools. Pediatrics in review / American Academy of Pediatrics, 29 10, e52-8

Balasubramaniam, Ambikaipakan; Wood, Steve; Joshi, Rashika; Su, Chunhua; Friend, Lou Ann; Sheriff, Sulaiman; James, J Howard 2006. Ghrelin stimulates food intake and growth hormone release in rats with thermal injury: synthesis of ghrelin. Peptides, 27 7, 1624-31

Williams, Michael T; Morford, LaRonda L; Wood, Sandra L; Rock, Stephanie L; McCrea, Anne E; Fukumura, Masao; Wallace, Tanya L; Broening, Harry W; Moran, Mary S; Vorhees, Charles V 2003. Developmental 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) impairs sequential and spatial but not cued learning independent of growth, litter effects or injection stress. Brain research, 968 1, 89-101

Williams, Michael T; Morford, LaRonda L; Wood, Sandra L; Wallace, Tanya L; Fukumura, Masao; Broening, Harry W; Vorhees, Charles V 2003. Developmental D-methamphetamine treatment selectively induces spatial navigation impairments in reference memory in the Morris water maze while sparing working memory. Synapse (New York, N.Y.), 48 3, 138-48

Ogle, C K; Arita, H; Nagy, H; Wood, S; Palkert, D; Ogle, J D; Alexander, J W; Warden, G D 1989. The immunosuppressive effects of the in vivo administration of endotoxin as influenced by macrophages. The Journal of trauma, 29 7, 1015-20

Ogle, C K; Arita, H; Ogle, J D; Wood, S; Palkert, D; Alexander, J W; Warden, G D 1989. The effect of in vivo administration of endotoxin on plasma levels of C3, transferrin, and haemolytic activity. Burns : journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries, 15 2, 108-11

Ogle, C K; Wood, S; Nagy, H; Palkert, D; Carey, M; Alexander, J W 1988. In vitro tests on macrophage prostaglandin E2 and thromboxane B2 production after blood transfusion. Transplantation proceedings, 20 6, 1179-83

Ogle, C K; Alexander, J W; Nagy, H; Wood, S; Palkert, D; Carey, M; Ogle, J D; Warden, G D . A long-term study and correlation of lymphocyte and neutrophil function in the patient with burns. The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation, 11 2, 105-11

Ogle, C K; Wu, J Z; Wood, S; Ogle, J D; Alexander, J W; Warden, G D . The increased release of prostaglandin E2 by Kupffer cells from burned guinea pigs. The Journal of burn care & rehabilitation, 11 4, 287-94

Vorhees, Charles V; Reed, Tracy M; Morford, LaRonda L; Fukumura, Masao; Wood, Sandra L; Brown, Carrie A; Skelton, Matthew R; McCrea, Anne E; Rock, Stephanie L; Williams, Michael T . Periadolescent rats (P41-50) exhibit increased susceptibility to D-methamphetamine-induced long-term spatial and sequential learning deficits compared to juvenile (P21-30 or P31-40) or adult rats (P51-60). Neurotoxicology and teratology, 27 1, 117-34

Williams, Michael T; Morford, LaRonda L; McCrea, Anne E; Wood, Sandra L; Vorhees, Charles V . Administration of D,L-fenfluramine to rats produces learning deficits in the Cincinnati water maze but not the Morris water maze: relationship to adrenal cortical output. Neurotoxicology and teratology, 24 6, 783-96