- Medical School
- Univ of MO - Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, MO
- Internal Medicine, University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Medicine, Kansas City, MO
- Cardiovascular Disease, University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson, Tucson, AZ
- American Board of Internal Medicine - Subspecialty in Cardiovascular Disease
- Assistant Clinical Professor, University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Medicine
- clinical cardiology
- womens heart health
Dr. Dew graduated from Rockhurst University with an English degree. While she loved particularly the study of poetry, after diverse job opportunities, she found her true passion in the field of Medicine, specifically cardiology. Perhaps it was her much-loved father-in-law who received defibrillation on his living room floor during her first year of medical school and has not only survived, but become a model patient or perhaps it was the fascinating science, diverse practice and opportunities available to a cardiologist which ultimately proved to be most fulfilling and attractive to Dr. Dew during training.
Prior to Medical school, Dr. Dew worked in a busy Infectious Disease and Pulmonary/Critical Care research laboratory. Her love for research was well-groomed there and she has been published in multiple medical journals and has presented many times in oral, poster and summary sessions at national meetings. Dr. Dew was awarded a grant from the Federal Drug Administration in 2004 during her fellowship to study specifically women’s stress testing.
As a general cardiologist, Dr. Dew enjoys all aspects of cardiology. One of her favorite areas of focus includes women’s cardiac issues with a special emphasis in education. Speaking to community groups is a favorite activity and empowering patients with avenues to improve health and lifestyle is a much loved ongoing endeavor.
Dr. Dew married her high school sweetheart and has two sons. Her personal interests are diverse and include family activities, gardening, fierce dominos, hiking, reading, travelling and kite flying.
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Book Chapters: Bybee K, Lawhorn S, Stevens T, Dew M. Cardiovascular Disease in Women Essentials, J&B Learning, June 2009
1. Herndon BL, Vlach V, Dew M, Willsie SK. Helicobactor Pylori – Related Immunoglobins in Sarcoidosis. Journal of Investigative Medicine 52(2):137-143, 2004.
2. Marinac J, SK WIllsie, M Dew, M Pourakbar, B Herndon. Pharmacodynamic Effects of Dopamine stratified by Race. American Journal of Therapeutics 8(1):27-34, Jan-Feb 2001.
3. Dall L, T Miller, B Herndon, I Diez, M Dew Platelet depletion and severity of streptococcal endocarditis Canadian Journal of Infectious Disease 9:359-366, November-December 1998.
4. Bamberger D, BL Herndon, M Dew, RP Chern, H Mitchell, L Summers, RF Marcus, SC Kim, PR Suvarna. Efficacies of Ofloxacin, Rifampin, and Clindamycin in Treatment of Staphylococcus aureus Abscesses and Correlation with Results of an In Vitro Assay of Intracellular Bacterial Killing. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 41(5):1178-1181, May 1997.
5. Sharma R, M Dew, B Herndon, U Rosa. Survival Benefits of Cellular Activation in Diagnostic Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL) Cellular Populations from AIDS Patients with Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia (PCP). Southern Medical Journal 90(5):531-4, May 1997.
6. Willsie SK, BL Herndon, L Miller, M Dew. Soluble versus cell-bound CD4, CD8 from bronchoalveolar lavage: correlation with pulmonary diagnosis in human immunodeficiency virus-infected individuals. Journal of Leukocyte Biology 59(6):813-16, 1996.
1. Dew M, Bateman T, O'Keefe J, McGhie AI, Bunten L, McCoy M, Stevens T. Age and HDL Cholesterol Predict Progression of Coronary Artery Calcium in Women: Findings From the Women’s Hearts: Ischemic Screening With Proactive Evaluation and Recommendation (WHISPER) Study. Poster presentation, American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, Orlando, FL, November 15-18, 2009.
2. Magalski A, McCoy M, Zabel M, McGee L, Goeke J, Bunten L, Dew M, Hajdu M, Reid K, Ramza B. Electrocardiographic Screening in Competitive Collegiate Athletes. JACC March 2009; Vol 53(10)Sup A:A142-143.
3. Dew M, Thai H, Gobar L, Walsh TK, Sorrell VS. Attenuation Correction and Summed Stress Score in Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Among Women at Risk for Coronary Heart Disease. Journal of Investigative Medicine. A412;S59 January 2006.
4. Dew M, Castellano L, Thai H, Goldman S. Dobutamine Stress ECHO and Clinical Symptoms are Superior to Nuclear Stress Testing in Predicting Coronary Artery Disease in Women. Journal of Investigative Medicine, 53:1:Supplement, January 2005.
5. Herndon B, Dew M, Reichle M. Streptococcal Carbohydrate as a PMN Chemoattractant in an in vitro Endocarditis Model. FAESB Journal 17(7) C47, abstract #35.18, May, 2003.
6. Dew M, O’Keefe JH, Gainey W, McGhie AI, Coen M, Moutray K, Bateman TM. Heart Rate Response During and after Exercise Adds Prognostic Information to Myocardial Perfusion Imaging. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, P327, New Orleans, LA, November 12-15, 2000.
7. Fiorella R, Dew M, Herndon B, Marshall B, Willsie S, Veno P, Molteni LB, Molteni A. Lung Pathological Response to Tracheal Instillation of Helicobacter pylori Type Urease. 10th International Colloquium on Lung Fibrosis. Siena, Italy, October 1998.
8. Alba LM, SK Willsie, BL Herndon, P Pattison, M Dew, T Elliot. Prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in relation to severity of Disease in Asthma, COPD and Sarcoidosis. CHEST.114(4):349S, October, 1998.
9. Fiorella R, Herndon BL, Reisz G, Dew M, Mitchem R, Molteni A. Bilateral lung fibrotic response following talc infusion for pleurodesis in a rabbit model. FASEB J. 12(4):A583, #3383, 1998.
10. Herndon BL, Mullick S, Dew M, Dall L. Platelet surface antigens in thrombocytopenia and streptococcal endocarditis. FASEB J. 12(4):A574, #3334, 1998.
11. Dew M, SK Willsie, B Herndon, CP Pattison, A Molteni, BJ Marshall. Intratracheal Effects of Urease Measured with Bronchoalveolar Lavage: Histology, Cytokines and Chemistry. NIH/AAMC AMSA, Wash, D.C. p 8 abstract book, March 14, 1998.
12. Dall L, N Kumar, M Dew, B Herndon. Platelet Aggregating Activity and Fibrin Clot Adherence Relate to Exopolysaccharides of Viridans Streptococci. Infectious Diseases Society of America 35th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA, September 13, 1997.
13. Dall L, Herndon B, Dew M, Dhar M. Platelet cell surface antigen expression in response to endocarditis-producing organisms. FASEB J. 11;(3), 3116, March 1997.
14. Dew M, Marinac J, Herndon B. Immunologic and Hormonal Effects of Renal-Dose Dopamine in Healthy Black and White Volunteers, 1997 Midwest Student Medical Research Forum XXVIII, Creighton, Omaha, NE, pg.47 of abstract book, Feb 22, 1997.
15. Molteni A, Mitchem R, Herndon B, Reisz G, Fiorella R, Dew M. Lung local and distant fibrotic response to infusion of pleurodetic-inducing agents. 9th International Colloquium on Pulmonary Fibrosis, Oaxaca, Mexico, November 1996.
16. Clark MS, BL Herndon, M Dew, SK Willsie. Bronchoalveolar Lavage Il-1 and TNF Correlate to Mechanical Ventilation Effects, CHEST. 110:16S, Oct-Dec 1996.
17. Helsel J, Dew M, Herndon B, Dall L. Aggregation of human platelets in the analysis of bacterial involvement in endocarditis. 96th Am Soc Microbiology, N.O., LA, May 1996.
18. Mitchem R, Herndon B, O’Toole L, Reisz G, Willsie S, Dew M. Pleurodesis with spontaneous pneumothorax: the search for the perfect agent. International Conference American Thoracic Society. New Orleans, LA, May 1996.
19. Sharma R, Dew M, Herndon B, Rosa U. A retrospective study: survival benefits of cellular activation in diagnostic Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL) from AIDS Patients with Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia (PCP). American College of Physicians Annual Session, San Francisco, CA, April 27-28, 1996.
20. Mitchem R, Herndon B, Reisz G, Dew M, Molteni A. Serum and distant cellular change induced by pleural infusion of agents to induce pleurodesis. FASEB J. 10(6):40, A1006, 1996.
21. Herndon BL, O’Toole L, Reisz G, Willsie S, Marinac J, Dew M. Interleukin 2 receptor decrease on dopamine infusion in man. FASEB J. 10(6):2577, A1448, 1996.
22. Karkalapudi V, Herndon BL, Dew M, Chern R, Willsie SK. Positive end expiratory pressure (PEEP) is not responsible for alveolar damage associated with positive pressure ventilation plus PEEP. FASEB J. 10(3):2094, A362, 1996.
23. Dall L, Chung G, Herndon B, Dew M. Platelet-streptococcal interactions in endocarditis: are microbial proteins involved? Southwestern Assn of Clinical Microbiology, Kansas City, MO October 1995.
24. Patel C, Dew M, Herndon B, Dall L. Platelet adhesion molecule CD62p: Role in streptococcal endocarditis. Southwestern Assn Clinical Microbiology, Kansas City, MO October 1995.
25. Bamberger DM, Herndon BL, Dew M. Clindamycin activity in 14 day infected S. aureus tissue-cage abscesses. 95th ASM Gen Meeting, Washington DC, May 1995.
26. O’Toole L, Herndon B, Willsie S, Marinac J, Dew M, Stevens D, Reisz G. Renal-dose dopamine related phenomena in the critically-ill patient. Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. 151(4):A781, 1995.
27. Bamberger DM, Herndon BL, Dew M, Chern R. Correlation of intracellular killing of Staphylococcus aureus and antimicrobial efficacy in a chronic tissue-cage abscess model. 35th ICAAC. San Francisco, CA, 1995.
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- Anderson County Hospital
- Hedrick Medical Center
- Saint Luke's Cushing Hospital
- Saint Luke's East Hospital
- Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City
- Saint Luke's North Hospital–Barry Road
- Saint Luke's North Hospital–Smithville
- Saint Luke's South Hospital
- Wright Memorial Hospital