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Carlie Myers, MD, MS

  • Attending Physician, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Member, Division of Critical Care Medicine
  • Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Our team’s success ensures the best outcomes for our patients and families. I believe in the value of each team member, including patients and families.
Carlie Myers, MD, MS



My mother, a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) nurse, introduced me to the power of kindness in medicine and the resiliency of children. Pediatrics is the most rewarding field in medicine.

My clinical specialty is pediatric critical care medicine. I care for critically ill pediatric patients using a patient- and family-centered team approach. Our team’s success ensures the best outcomes for our patients and families. I believe in the value of each team member, including patients and families.

I am also a health services researcher focused on eliminating healthcare disparities while optimizing care delivery and resource allocation.

I am honored to have received support from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to continue my research endeavors. Additionally, I was recognized with the Billy Wright Adams award from the National Medical Association (NMA), its highest award recognizing clinical and research achievements of pediatric trainees (2021).

In my free time, I enjoy exploring the Cincinnati parks with my pup. I also enjoy scuba diving while on vacation and am certified by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI).

MD: Florida Atlantic University Charles E Schmidt COM, Boca Raton, FL.

Residency: Pediatrics, Children's National Hospital / George Washington University SOM, Washington, DC.

Fellowship: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Johns Hopkins University SOM, Baltimore, MD.


Pediatric critical care; ECMO; trauma

Services and Specialties

Critical Care, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit PICU


Equity in ICU resource utilization and allocation; healthcare disparities


789: NEIGHBORHOOD AIR POLLUTION AND PICU LENGTH OF STAY IN PEDIATRIC ACUTE RESPIRATORY ILLNESS. Pitkowsky, Z; Beck, A; Brokamp, C; Egbo, J; Myers, C. Critical Care Medicine. 2024; 52:s367.

The Current State of Workforce Diversity and Inclusion in Pediatric Critical Care. Tjoeng, YL; Myers, C; Irving, SY; Esangbedo, I; Wheeler, D; Musa, N. Critical Care Clinics. 2023; 39:327-340.

A lack of race and ethnicity data in the treatment of hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia: a systematic review of intravenous bevacizumab efficacy. Galiatsatos, P; Wilson, C; O'Brien, J; Gong, AJ; Angiolillo, D; Johnson, J; Myers, C; Strout, S; Mathai, S; Robinson, G; Rowan, NR; Weiss, CR. Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases. 2022; 17:220.

The High Cost of Harm. Myers, C; Stockwell, DC. Mayo Clinic Proceedings. 2022; 97:205-207.

Value Added: Trainee Involvement in Patient Safety and Quality Improvement. Myers, C; Genies, M. Quality Management in Health Care: an information service. 2021; 30:138-139.

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