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William Greenfield

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentObstetrics & Gynecology, College of Medicine
DivisionOB & GYN Generalist OB & GYN
AddressS5/22B Shorey
324 UAMS Campus Dr.
Mail Slot # 518
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-686-6118
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    Dr. William Greenfield completed his medical degree at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, completed an internship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, and his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. Before attending medical school, he received a pharmacy degree from Auburn University. His clinical interests are in obstetrics and gynecology. He is trained in daVinci Robotic Surgery. He has made presentations nationally, regionally and locally on topics in his field. Dr. Greenfield currently serves as the Arkansas Section Chair for the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is a member of several professional organizations including:Arkansas Medical SocietyAmerican Medical AssociationAmerican Society of Colposcopy and Cervical PathologyDr. Greenfield enjoys both his obstetric and gynecologic patients. He likes to help educate his patients and guide them to make informed decisions about their healthcare.


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    R01CA143130     (NAKAGAWA, MAYUMI)Jul 1, 2010 - Nov 30, 2020
    NIH/NCI
    Understanding and Enhancing T-Cell Responses to High Risk Human Papillomaviruses
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    1. Ravilla R, Coleman HN, Chow CE, Chan L, Fuhrman BJ, Greenfield WW, Robeson MS, Iverson K, Spencer H, Nakagawa M. Cervical Microbiome and Response to a Human Papillomavirus Therapeutic Vaccine for Treating High-Grade Cervical Squamous Intraepithelial Lesion. Integr Cancer Ther. 2019 Jan-Dec; 18:1534735419893063. PMID: 31833799.
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    2. Coleman HN, Greenfield WW, Stratton SL, Vaughn R, Kieber A, Moerman-Herzog AM, Spencer HJ, Hitt WC, Quick CM, Hutchins LF, Mackintosh SG, Edmondson RD, Erickson SW, Nakagawa M. Human papillomavirus type 16 viral load is decreased following a therapeutic vaccination. Cancer Immunol Immunother. 2016 May; 65(5):563-73. PMID: 26980480.
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    3. Magann EF, Ounpraseuth ST, Miller CD, Novotny SA, Lee NM, Greenfield WW, Morrison JC. Maternal and perinatal outcomes of indicated inductions of labor. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2016; 29(14):2240-4. PMID: 26372677.
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    4. Greenfield WW, Stratton SL, Myrick RS, Vaughn R, Donnalley LM, Coleman HN, Mercado M, Moerman-Herzog AM, Spencer HJ, Andrews-Collins NR, Hitt WC, Low GM, Manning NA, McKelvey SS, Smith D, Smith MV, Phillips AM, Quick CM, Jeffus SK, Hutchins LF, Nakagawa M. A phase I dose-escalation clinical trial of a peptide-based human papillomavirus therapeutic vaccine with Candida skin test reagent as a novel vaccine adjuvant for treating women with biopsy-proven cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 2/3. Oncoimmunology. 2015 Oct; 4(10):e1031439. PMID: 26451301.
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    5. Nakagawa M, Greenfield W, Moerman-Herzog A, Coleman HN. Cross-Reactivity, Epitope Spreading, and De Novo Immune Stimulation Are Possible Mechanisms of Cross-Protection of Nonvaccine Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Types in Recipients of HPV Therapeutic Vaccines. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2015 Jul; 22(7):679-87. PMID: 25947147.
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    6. Stratton SL, Spencer HJ, Greenfield WW, Low G, Hitt WC, Quick CM, Jeffus SK, Blackmon V, Nakagawa M. A novel use of a statewide telecolposcopy network for recruitment of participants in a Phase I clinical trial of a human papillomavirus therapeutic vaccine. Clin Trials. 2015 Jun; 12(3):199-204. PMID: 25576067.
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    7. Coleman HN, Wang X, Greenfield WW, Nakagawa M. A Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 52-62 CD4 T-Cell Epitope Restricted by the HLA-DR11 Molecule Described in an Epitope Hotspot. MOJ Immunol. 2014; 1(3). PMID: 25685851.
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    8. Nakagawa M, Spencer HJ, Coleman HN, Greenfield WW. Distribution of human papillomavirus (HPV) types and anti-HPV T-cell immune responses among different racial/ethnic groups in Central Arkansas. J Ark Med Soc. 2013 Jan; 109(8):160-3. PMID: 23367687.
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    9. Kevin H. Kim, William W. Greenfield, Martin J. Cannon, Hannah N. Coleman, Horace J. Spencer, Mayumi Nakagawa. CD4+ T-cell response against human papillimavirus type 16 E6 protein is associated with a favorable clinical trend. Cancer Immunol Immunother. 2012; (61):63-70.
    10. Wang X, Greenfield WW, Coleman HN, James LE, Nakagawa M. Use of interferon-? enzyme-linked immunospot assay to characterize novel T-cell epitopes of human papillomavirus. J Vis Exp. 2012 Mar 08; (61). PMID: 22434036.
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    11. Xueliqn Wang, Greenfield S, Hannah N. Coleman, Lindsey E. James, Mayumi Nakagawa. Use of Enzyme-LInked Immunospot Assay to Characterize Novel T-Cell Epitopes of Human Papillomavirus. Journal of Visualized Experiments. 2012.
    12. Kim KH, Greenfield WW, Cannon MJ, Coleman HN, Spencer HJ, Nakagawa M. CD4+ T-cell response against human papillomavirus type 16 E6 protein is associated with a favorable clinical trend. Cancer Immunol Immunother. 2012 Jan; 61(1):63-70. PMID: 21842207.
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    13. Nakagawa M, Gupta SK, Coleman HN, Sellers MA, Banken JA, Greenfield S. A Favorable Clinical Trend is Assocaited with CD8 T-Cell Immune responses to the Human Papillomavirus Type 16 E6 Antigens in Women Being Studied for Abnormal Papanicolous Smear Results. J Low Genit Tract Dis. 2010; 14(2):124-9.
    14. Nakagawa M, Gupta SK, Coleman HN, Sellers MA, Banken JA, Greenfield WW. A favorable clinical trend is associated with CD8 T-cell immune responses to the human papillomavirus type 16 e6 antigens in women being studied for abnormal pap smear results. J Low Genit Tract Dis. 2010 Apr; 14(2):124-9. PMID: 20354421.
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    15. Banken JA, Tariq S, Hutchins DA, Greenfield S. utian Quality of Life: Natural and Surgical Menopause in Postmenopausal Women. Jrnl N Amer Menopa Soc. 2008; 15(6):1229.
    16. Winfield HL, De Las Casas LE, Greenfield WW, Santin AD, McKenney JK. Low-grade fibromyxoid sarcoma presenting clinically as a primary ovarian neoplasm: a case report. Int J Gynecol Pathol. 2007 Apr; 26(2):173-6. PMID: 17413985.
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    17. Kim KH, Greenfield W, Shotts E, Nakagawa M. Detection of human papillomavirus type 16-specific T lymphocytes by a recombinant vaccinia virus-based enzyme-linked immunospot assay. Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2007 Apr; 14(4):362-8. PMID: 17314231.
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