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Member, Division of Pulmonary Medicine

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

513-636-6771

Board Certified

"In my practice, I try to treat every patient and family as I would want my children and family treated."

My Biography & Research

Biography

As a pulmonologist, I treat children and adolescents with general pulmonology conditions. My patients may be those who need a bronchoscopy, have a tracheostomy, are ventilatory dependent or have rare and interstitial lung diseases. I also practice aerodigestive medicine and care for patients who need a lung transplantation.

I was drawn to my career because I had severe asthma as a child and adolescent, with multiple hospitalizations and ICU stays. In my practice, I try to treat every patient and family as I would want my children and family treated.

My research involves seeking better ways to help children with breathing and airway disorders, particularly in the fields of lesser-known conditions such as airway disorders, interstitial and rare lung disease, advanced lung disease and lung failure.

I enjoy spending my free time with my wife, our two young children and our dogs.

Clinical Interests

Aerodigestive and airway disorders; bronchoscopy; lung transplantation

Academic Affiliation

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Clinical Divisions

Pulmonary Medicine, Bronchoscopy, Aerodigestive and Esophageal Center

Research Divisions

Pulmonary Medicine

My Education

BS: Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, PA, 2005.

MD: Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine at Marshall University, Huntington, WV, 2011.

Residency: Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans and Children's Hospital of New Orleans (Internal Medicine and Pediatrics), New Orleans, LA, 2015.

Fellowship: Pediatric Pulmonology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2018; Pediatric Clinical and Developmental Pharmacology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2018.

My Publications

Ultrashort Echo-Time MRI for the Assessment of Tracheomalacia in Neonates. Hysinger, EB; Bates, AJ; Higano, NS; Benscoter, D; Fleck, RJ; Hart, CK; Burg, G; De Alarcon, A; Kingma, PS; Woods, JC. Chest. 2020; 157:595-602.

The Tempest: Difficult to Control Asthma in Adolescence. Burg, GT; Covar, R; Oland, AA; Guilbert, TW. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology-In Practice. 2018; 6:738-748.