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Jacqueline  Wesolow

Jacqueline Wesolow, DO, MBA

Specialty: Internal Medicine

Program: Internal and Hospital Medicine

Language(s): English

  • Overview

    Dr. Wesolow is an Assistant Member in the Internal and Hospital Medicine Department. She is an Assistant Professor of Medicine with USF Health Morsani College of Medicine. Dr. Wesolow is a proud graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and has completed her Internal Medicine residency training at Northside Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL. While an undergraduate at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA she was part of the Sigma Xi Research Society and Pre-medical Honors Society. Dr. Wesolow received her Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Administration in 2009 at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia PA. Her research/publications history includes: 1) The study and structure of the oxygen sensing mechanism of a heme protein called FixL that regulates many important biological processes in humans. 2) The experimental analysis of therapeutic magnetic resonance treatments, focused on the use of these treatments for chronic muscular pain. During the project, patients would receive this treatment modality and data was analyzed as to how effective this was for pain control. 3) The analysis of alpha 1 integrin (a protein) in embryonic tissue. The purpose of this research project was to explore the role of this protein in the function of skeletal muscle with hopes of applying this for the benefit of individuals with musculoskeletal disorders. 

    Education & Training


    • Northside Hospital - Internal Medicine

    Medical School:

    • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - DO
  • Publications

    • Nguyen M, Borders L, Wesolow JT, Greene J. Chemotherapy Extravasation Causing Soft-Tissue Necrosis Mimicking Infection: A Longitudinal Case Study. Cureus. 2024 Mar.16(3):e55333. Pubmedid: 38434604. Pmcid: PMC10906345.
    • Wesolow JT. Ogilvie's Syndrome in a Male With Bladder Cancer. Cureus. 2024 Feb.16(2):e55097. Pubmedid: 38420292. Pmcid: PMC10899092.
    • Alok A, Seok K, Wesolow J. A Case of Abdominal Pain and Diarrhea Post Immunotherapy: Hypophysitis Associated with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors. J Transl Int Med. 2022 Jun.10(2):178-180. Pubmedid: 35959448. Pmcid: PMC9328035.
    • Hembree T, Theou O, Thirlwell S, Reich RR, Cao B, Sehovic M, Syed M, Verma N, Nguyen TC, Keerty D, Wesolow J, Koverzhenko V, Extermann M, Huang J, Ramsakal A. A simple test-based frailty index to predict survival among cancer patients with an unplanned hospitalization: An observational cohort study. Cancer Med. 2021 Sep.10(17):5765-5774. Pubmedid: 34350715. Pmcid: PMC8419777.
    • Wesolow JT, Jalali S, Clark LD. A Rare Case of Bullous Pemphigoid Secondary to Checkpoint Inhibitor Immunotherapy: A Tense Situation. Cureus. 2021 Jul.13(7):e16169. Pubmedid: 34367779. Pmcid: PMC8336291.
    • Wesolow JT. Seizure, Not Always A Referral for The Neurologist. A Case of Insulinoma Presenting as Confusion, Odd Behavior and Grand-Mal Seizure. Annals of Case Reports & Reviews. 2020 Jun.3(5).
    • Ramsakal A, Wesolow J. Shewanella, not just found in the marine environment. A rare case of Shewanella algae bacteremia. International Journal of Case Reports. 2020 July.4(170).
    • Wesolow JT. A Rare Case of Pyoderma Gangrenosum in a Patient With Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumor. Cureus. 2020 Dec.12(12):e12343. Pubmedid: 33520538. Pmcid: PMC7837650.
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