As a neonatologist, I specialize in neonatal resuscitation and neonatal follow-up. Having a newborn is often the most memorable time in the lives of parents. We always involve you in the care of your infant and provide your baby and family with individualized care. I want to provide great care starting in the delivery room and continuing after you go home.
While I have always been interested in providing care for children, I find neonatology the most exciting and rewarding. Being a neonatologist allows me to help families during a critical time in their lives. I want to give the same quality of care for each newborn that I wish for my child.
I am particularly interested in medical education, and I was proud to have received the Fellow Teaching Award in Neonatology as a Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellow at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia in 2019. This award is given to a Neonatology fellow who demonstrates dedication and excellence in teaching.
In my research, I am interested in exploring ways to use video review of neonatal resuscitation to improve the education of our trainees.
During my free time, I love being with my husband, our son and our dog. We love to go on walks on the bike trail and explore parks in the city. We also love the Cincinnati Zoo, especially John the Lion!
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Reading to the Preterm Infant: Parent Perspectives on Barriers and Facilitators. Academic Pediatrics. 2023; 23:148-154.
Hypereosinophilia in NICU patients with a neonatal lymphatic flow disorder. Journal of Perinatology. 2022; 42:1538-1539.
Learning with digital recording and video review of delivery room resuscitation. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine. 2022; 27:101396.
Hematologic Disorders of the Neonate. Netter's Pediatrics. Philadelphia: Elsevier; 2022.
Abnormal Eye Movements and Poor Feeding in an Infant. Clinical Pediatrics. 2020; 59:532-535.