Keith Peyton Randolph Burwell, D.O.
1401 Johnston Willis Drive, Suite 1200
Richmond, Virginia 23235
(804)323-1401


EDUCATION:
 
  July 2015 – June 2017
July 2012 - June 2015
2008-2012
2003-2007
Virginia Commonwealth University, Rheumatology Fellowship, Board Eligible
Virginia Commonwealth University, Graduate of Internal Medicine Residency; Board Certified
Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine,
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Graduated with Honors
University of Virginia, Bachelor of Arts; Environmental Science major; Astronomy minor
                                      Echols Scholar, Pi Epsilon Honor Society member

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS: 
 
  2015-present
2015-present
2016-present
2013-2105
2013-2015
2008-present
2008-present
American College of Rheumatology
Virginia Society of Rheumatologists
Richmond Academy of Medicine
Resident Clinic Task Force
Work-Life Balance Committee for Residents
Virginia Osteopathic Medical Association
American College of Physicians Member

 

RESEARCH:

 
 
2016-present


2016-present




2015


2015


2007-2008


2016

RA-ILD study co-author, IRB-approved, data collection phase
Retrospective study of CCP titer correlation of CCP antibody titer in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and interstitial lung disease with regards to incidence and time to development of diseaseCalculation of Uric Acid Burden as a Determinate of Duration of Uric Acid Lowering Therapy in Patients with Gout
co-author, IRB-approved, data collection phase

Retrospective study of Gout patients serial uric acid levels with working hypothesis that uric acid burden can be calculated and used as biologic marker to stop orate-lowering therapy in select patients after adequate treatment duration
A Case of a Swollen Leg, Author 
Thieves Market competition case report presented at annual Virginia Society of Rheumatologist meeting
Cutaneous Confounders: Bullous Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Scurvy
Case report presented at Virginia Chapter of ACP annual meeting

Massachusetts General Hospital
, Research Assistant
Conducted patient interviews in under-privileged areas as part of a public health study on prostate cancer health literacy.  Assisted with data analysis focused on improving patient education materials. 
Advisor: Dr. Kerri Kilbridge, M.D.
Yale School of Medicine Vector-Borne Disease Lab, Field Researcher 
Gathered data for Lyme disease spatial density study on east coast.  Performed sample analysis for four
sites across Virginia.
Advisor: Dr. Durland Fish, PhD.