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Attending Physician, Division of Emergency Medicine

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics


Board Certified

My Biography & Research

Academic Affiliation

Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

Clinical Divisions

Emergency Medicine, Kidney Stones

Research Divisions

Emergency Medicine

My Education

MD: University of Cincinnati, OH, 2002.

Residency: Pediatrics, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, 2005.

Fellowship: Pediatric Emergency Medicine, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 2009.

Certification: Pediatrics, 2005; Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 2011.

My Publications

Factors Associated with Non-Adherence in an Emergency Department Based Multicenter Randomized Clinical Trial of a Probiotic in Children with Acute Gastroenteritis. Schnadower, D; Roskind, CG; VanBuren, J; Powell, EC; Norris, J; Tarr, PI; Sapien, RE; O'Connell, KJ; Chun, TH; Rogers, AJ; et al. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2020; Publish Ahead of Print.

Implementation of Targeted Point of Care HIV Testing in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Bhatt, SR; Eckerle, MD; Reed, JL; Robinson, V; Brown, A; Lippe, J; Holland, C; Iyer, S. Pediatric Quality and Safety. 2020; 5:e248-e248.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG versus Placebo for Acute Gastroenteritis in Children. Schnadower, D; Tarr, PI; Casper, TC; Gorelick, MH; Dean, JM; O'Connell, KJ; Mahajan, P; Levine, AC; Bhatt, SR; Roskind, CG; et al. The New England journal of medicine. 2018; 379:2002-2014.

Randomised controlled trial of Lactobacillus rhamnosus (LGG) versus placebo in children presenting to the emergency department with acute gastroenteritis: the PECARN probiotic study protocol. Schnadower, D; Tarr, PI; Charles, CT; Gorelick, MH; Dean, MJ; O'Connell, KJ; Mahajan, P; Chun, TH; Bhatt, SR; Roskind, CG; et al. BMJ Open. 2017; 7:e018115-e018115.

Do Adolescents With Higher Knowledge of HIV Have Lower Sexual Risk Behaviors?. Hoehn, EF; FitzGerald, MR; Bhatt, SR; Robinson, VM; Lippe, JE; Reed, JL. Pediatric Emergency Care. 2016; 32:846-850.

A randomized trial of Plasma-Lyte A and 0.9 % sodium chloride in acute pediatric gastroenteritis. Allen, CH; Goldman, RD; Bhatt, S; Simon, HK; Gorelick, MH; Spandorfer, PR; Spiro, DM; Mace, SE; Johnson, DW; Higginbotham, EA; et al. BMC Pediatrics. 2016; 16.