Sean Kandel, DO

Assistant Professor

School of Medicine

Research Overview

My current research focuses on the improved identification and treatment of anxiety disorders in the primary care setting. However, I am interested in a variety of scientific and clinical topics. My prior research has been varied, including several years of bench research [synthetic organic chemistry (~2 years), molecular biology and virology (~7 months), plant hormone studies (~3 months)], with subsequent years of clinical research [HIV opportunistic infections (~2 years), Opioid Treatment with Buprenorphine/Naloxone (~1 year)]. I am interested in working with collaborators in the field of anxiety research at present, please contact me if interested in discussing opportunities!


DO Nova Southeastern University 2014
MS UCSD 2007

Recent Publications

Treatment of scar endometriosis with elagolix
D’Amico, TA, Bystry, L, and Kandel, SM. Journal of Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain Disorders. 12(1) 56-58. May 2020

An Evidence-based Look at the Effects of Diet on Health.
Kandel S. Cureus 11(5): e4715. DOI 10.7759/cureus.4715 May 22, 2019

Triggers and Usage Patterns for Opiate Users and their Access to Suboxone: A Case Series at a Resident Community Practice
Kandel, SM, Chia, D and Schiliro, S. Connecticut Medicine. 82 (6) 359-362. June/July 2018

Flying under the radar: treatment of refractory hyperglycemia.
Kandel SM and Cosgriff JA. Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Case Reports.
16- 0052; July 2016

Microbiological Analysis of Nontyphoidal Salmonella Strains Causing Distinct Syndromes of Bacteremia or Enteritis in HIV/AIDS Patients in San Diego, California.
Preziosi MJ, Kandel SM, Guiney DG, Browne SH. Journal of Clinical Microbiology. Volume 50:11 pp. 3598-3603. November 2012.

Utility of clinical assessment, imaging, and cryptococcal antigen titer to predict AIDS-related complicated forms of cryptococcal meningitis.
Edward R Cachay, Joseph Caperna, Amy M Sitapati, Hamta Jafari, Sean Kandel, William C Mathews. AIDS Research and Therapy. Volume 7 : 29 pp. August 2010

2-(N-Fmoc)-3-(N-Boc-N-methoxy)-diaminopropanoic acid, an amino acid for the synthesis of mimics of O-linked glycopeptides.
Michael R. Carrasco, Ryan T. Brown, Vu H. Doan, Sean M. Kandel, Franklin C. Lee. Biopolymers Peptide Science. Volume 84, Issue 4. pp. 414-420 February 2006


Contact Information
Phone(860) 224-5261
Mailing Address100 Grand Street
New Britain, CT 06053