Dr. Teresa K Tarrant MD Rheumatologist

Dr. Teresa Tarrant is a rheumatologist in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and is affiliated with University of North Carolina Hospitals. She received her medical degree from University of Florida College of Medicine and has been in practice for 15 years. Dr. Tarrant accepts several types of health insurance, listed below. She is one of 11 doctors at University of North Carolina Hospitals who specialize in Rheumatology.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Rheumatologist: General Rheumatology, Rheumatoid Arthritis & Related

Clinical Interests: Cellular Immunity, Humoral Immunity, CVID, Sjogren's Syndrome, Rheumatoid Arthritis

Education & Medical Training

Duke University Hospital
Residency, Internal Medicine, 1999–2001

Duke University Hospital
Fellowship, Rheumatology, 2001–2005

University of Florida College of Medicine
Class of 1999

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Allergy and Immunology
Certified 9 years in Allergy & Immunology

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified 12 years in Internal Medicine

American Board of Internal Medicine
Certified 8 years in Rheumatology

NC State Medical License
Active through 2015

Awards, Honors & Recognition

Fellow (FAAAAI), American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology

Fellow (FACR), American College of Rheumatology

Alpha Omega Alpha University of Florida, Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Society

Publications & Presentations

Targeting the molecular and cellular interactions of the bone marrow niche in immunologic disease.
Brozowski JM, Billard MJ, Tarrant TK 2014 2

G protein-coupled receptor kinase-3-deficient mice exhibit WHIM syndrome features and attenuated inflammatory responses.
Tarrant, T. K.,Billard, M. J.,Timoshchenko, R. G.,McGinnis, M. W.,Serafin, D. S.,Foreman, O.,Esserman, D. A.,Chao, N. J.,Lento, W. E.,Lee, D. M.,Patel, D.,Siderovski, D. P.

G-protein signaling modulator-3, a gene linked to autoimmune diseases, regulates monocyte function and its deficiency protects from inflammatory arthritis.
Giguère, P. M.,Billard, M. J.,Laroche, G.,Buckley, B. K.,Timoshchenko, R. G.,McGinnis, M. W.,Esserman, D.,Foreman, O.,Liu, P.,Siderovski, D. P.,Tarrant, T. K.

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Insurances Accepted

  • BCBS Blue Card PPO
  • BCBS North Carolina BlueOptions PPO
  • CIGNA Open Access
  • First Health PPO
  • Great West PPO
  • United Healthcare - Direct Options PPO
  • Humana ChoiceCare Network PPO
  • United Healthcare - Direct Choice Plus POS

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