My area of clinical expertise is in pediatric emergency medicine. I have a special clinical interest in resuscitation, especially critical procedures. My desire to provide high-quality care for acutely ill and injured children drew me to this specialty and continues to drive me to improve care for them.
In addition to a clinical interest in resuscitation and critical procedures, I also actively research both topics, with a special focus on tracheal intubation. My current efforts, with the help of an amazing research team, are focused on video laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation in physiologically high-risk patients. This work has led to multiple improvement initiatives — all designed to improve proceduralist performance, and more importantly, increase safety for the highest risk patients.
I was honored to be awarded the American Academy of Pediatrics Section of Emergency Medicine Ken Graff Young Investigator Award (2021) for our study group’s work focused on identifying the clinical factors that increase the risk of physiologic deterioration when children undergo tracheal intubation. I am board certified in Pediatrics (2018) and am board eligible in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
My work has been published in well-respected journals, including Hospital Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Care, Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open, Academic Emergency Medicine, Clinical Pediatrics, Pediatric Quality and Safety, Journal of Emergency Medicine and Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society.