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8230 Walnut Hill Lane
Professional Building 3
Suite 610
Dallas, TX 75231
Phone: 972-850-3860

Kimberly M. Persley, M.D.

Employment Experience:

Digestive Disease Associates of Dallas, August 2001-Present
Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas

Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, March 2002
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School

Post Graduate Education:


Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York
Present-Levinson Inflammatory Bowel Disease
August 2000-July 2001


University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
July 1997-June 2000


University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Chief Resident, Internal Medicine 
July 1996-June 1997

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Internship and residency, Internal Medicine
July 1993-June1996



University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
M.D., August 1989-June 1993


Texas Wesleyan University
B.S. Biology, August 1985-May 1989
Graduated Magna Cum Laude


Persley, K. Present D. Neutropenia is not required for clinical remission during Azathioprine therapy for inflammatory disease.  European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. 2001.13:1053-5

Persley, K. Scherl E. Rubin P.  Early use of infliximab in a adolescent with Crohn's disease:  A case report.  American Journal of Gastroenterology 2001.

Jain R, Persley K, Malet P. et al.  The correlation of percutaneous liver biopsy.  Fragmentation with cirrhosis.  Gastroenterology 1999 (abstract)

Persley K, Tulu A and Brown G.  Severity of Acute Hepatitis in the Elderly.  AASLD poster presentation 1999.

Membership in Professional Organizations

American Medical Association, 1996
American College of Physicians, 1996
American Gastroenterology Association, (member 1998)
American College of Gastroenterology, (member 1998)
American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, (trainee member 1998)


Martin Luther King Scholarship Award at University of Texas Southwestern 1991

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