Faculty Bio

MahajanTina Mahajan, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine
Division of Rheumatology

Academic Office:
University of Nebraska Medical Center
983025 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-3025

Practice Locations:
Brentwood Clinic
8604 Giles Road
LaVista, NE 68128-8025

University of Nebraska Medical Center

Education:
2005    M.D. St. Louis University
2006    Internship in Internal Medicine, Baylor University
2009    Residency in Internal Medicine, Baylor University 

Current Hospital and Academic Appointments:
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Section of Rheumatology, UNMC

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Mahajan’s main interests are in clinical rheumatology, education, and clinical research. 
She practices at UNMC and the Brentwood Clinic.  She has a special interest in rheumatoid
arthritis, and is working to develop a specialized research clinic for those with newly diagnosed RA. 
She is involved in resident and fellow teaching and is a member of the American College of
Rheumatology. 

In her free time, she enjoys reading and spending time with her husband and children. 

Selected Publications/Current Publications:

1.Sandeep Singh, Tianfu Wu, Chung Xie, Kamala Vanarsa, Jie Han, Tina Mahajan, et al.  (July 2012) Urine V-CAM 1 as a marker of renal pathology activity index in lupus nephritis. Arthritis Res Ther.
2. Ramesh Saxena, Tina Mahajan, and Chandra Mohan (September 2011) Lupus Nephritis: Current Update. Arthritis Res Ther. Volume 13, issue 5.
3. Tina Mahajan and Andreas Reimold (October 2010) The Use of Abatacept in Patients with Chronic Hepatitis C: 2 Case Reports and Review of the Literature. Journal of Clinical Rheumatology. Volume 16, issue 7.
4. Tina Mahajan and Marvin Stone (April 2007) Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease (histiocytic necrotizing lymphadenitis):  report of a case with other autoimmune manifestations.  Proc (Bayl Univ Med Cent.) Volume 20, number 2.
5. Monali Bhosle, Rajesh Balkrishnan, Tina Mahajan, and Steven Feldman (December 2005). The rise of the generic drug market and its implications for dermatology.  Journal of Derm Treatment.  Volume 16, 295-298.