Andrew Stone, MD, PhD

Resident, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Andrew Stone

Contact Info

MD, University of Minnesota Medical School, 2019

PhD, University of Washington, 2012

Summary

Andrew grew up in the Twin Cities area and attended St. Olaf College, where he majored in history and Russian. After spending a year living abroad he completed his PhD in history at the University of Washington in Seattle. Subsequent years would see him return to Minnesota and commit to a major career change, entering medical school at the University of Minnesota. He chose UMN for residency due to his great experience with its residents and faculty as a medical student, its strengths in AP and CP, and for the fact that despite his many years away the Twin Cities has always felt like home. In his free time, he enjoys exploring the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota with his family, watching movies, and playing board games.

Awards & Recognition

Dean’s Scholarship (F. Gunlaugson Scholarship) 2015-2019

Research

Publications

PRESENTATIONS

  • Stone AB. Transformation of CLL/SLL: More than Meets the Eye. Oral presentation to University of Minnesota Hematopathology Department, June 29, 2018.
  • Stone AB. Who Critiques the Criteria? Comparing the Wells Score vs. Revised Geneva Score for Assessing Suspected PE. Oral presentation to Evidence-Based Medicine course through VA Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship (VALUE), December 19, 2017.
  • Schnaus M, Stone AB, Baldwin N, Smith E, and Yang MK. Improving the Efficiency and Efficacy of Interfacility Transfers at the VAMC. Quality Improvement Project presented to the Minneapolis VAMC Systems Redesign Committee April 3, 2018 and to VAMC Hospital Administration April 19, 2018.
    Stone AB, MacDonald D, and Ingraham N. Snowbird in the Valley, Or the Importance of C in CAP. Presented at Clinical Case Poster Competition for ACP Minnesota Conference, Oct. 27, 2017.
  • Schnaus M, Stone AB, Baldwin N, Smith E, and Yang MK. From Hospital to Hospital: Utilizing lean six sigma to improve the safety and efficiency of transferring patients from the VA to an outside hospital. Poster presented at Metro Minnesota Council on Graduate Medical Education (MMCGME) Annual Quality Forum, May 30, 2018. Awarded first prize.
  • Stone AB, Campagna J, Brandon J, Deshpande A, Leitzman P, Stevens S. Camp Neuro Minneapolis 2016. Poster presented at University of Minnesota Medical School Service Learning Project Forum, Jan. 25, 2017.