The brain is still a mystery. I believe we all learn from each other. Every medical team member (physician, nurse, student) and the patient and family must work together for the best outcomes.

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Biography

As a pediatric neurologist at Cincinnati Children’s, I specialize in caring for patients who need critical care. This includes children with a severe brain injury, spinal muscular atrophy and other neuromuscular conditions.

I was inspired to be a neurologist as a medical student. I enjoyed learning the process of taking a medical history and performing a neurologic exam to figure out the root of the problem. Then using that information to choose the right type of MRI or test to confirm the diagnosis.

The brain is still a mystery. I believe we all learn from each other. Every medical team member (physician, nurse, student) and the patient and family must work together for the best outcomes.

I chose child neurology because I love being part of a bigger team to help a child grow into his or her best self.

In my free time, I love traveling. I’ve visited Vietnam every year since 2015 for medical teaching projects.

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Publications

Serum Biomarkers of Regeneration and Plasticity are Associated with Functional Outcome in Pediatric Neurocritical Illness: An Exploratory Study. Madurski, C; Jarvis, JM; Beers, SR; Houtrow, AJ; Wagner, AK; Fabio, A; Wang, C; Smith, CM; Doughty, L; Janesko-Feldman, K; et al. Neurocritical Care. 2021; 35:457-467.

Treatment of SCN4A-induced myotonic crisis. Ritter, DM; Tian, C; Broomall, E. Muscle and Nerve. 2021; 63:E59-E61.

An Unusual Cause of Irritability in a Single Ventricle Patient after Bidirectional Glenn Shunt. Pradhan, S; Broomall, E; Hirsch, R. Congenital Heart Disease. 2021; 16:393-396.

Neuroimaging and cognitive profile in RVCL-S: Possible new insights into pathogenesis?. Dhamija, R; Broomall, E. Neurology. 2020; 95:611-612.

Gene Therapy for Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Safety and Early Outcomes. Waldrop, MA; Karingada, C; Storey, MA; Powers, B; Iammarino, MA; Miller, NF; Alfano, LN; Noritz, G; Rossman, I; Ginsberg, M; et al. Pediatrics. 2020; 146.

Early Protocolized Versus Usual Care Rehabilitation for Pediatric Neurocritical Care Patients: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Fink, EL; Beers, SR; Houtrow, AJ; Richichi, R; Burns, C; Doughty, L; Ortiz-Aguayo, R; Madurski, CA; Valenta, C; Chrisman, M; et al. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2019; 20:540-550.

PICU-Based Rehabilitation and Outcomes Assessment: A Survey of Pediatric Critical Care Physicians. Treble-Barna, A; Beers, SR; Houtrow, AJ; Ortiz-Aguayo, R; Valenta, C; Chrisman, M; Smith, CM; Duffett, M; Choong, K; Watson, RS; et al. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2019; 20:e274-e282.

A 2-Year-Old Boy With Difficulty Waking After Bone Marrow Transplantation. Broomall, E; Taylor, JM; Peariso, K. Seminars in Pediatric Neurology. 2018; 26:120-123.

Delayed Methotrexate Clearance Despite Carboxypeptidase-G2 (Glucarpidase) Administration in 2 Patients With Toxic Methotrexate Levels. Wyatt, KD; Cooper, J; Scott, K; Broomall, E; Altaf, S; Hogan, MC; Rodriguez, V; Khan, S. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. 2018; 40:152-155.

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