Upon graduation, our critical care fellows have gone on to work at the top pediatric institutions in the country and around the world.

2019

  • Erica Andrist
    • Location after Fellowship: University of Michigan
    • Research Interest: Pathophysiology, acute management of traumatic coagulopathy; structural racism in health care systems
  • Steve Pfeiffer
    • Location after Fellowship: Children’s Mercy Kansas City
    • Research Interest: CPR code team training and interdisciplinary team dynamics
  • Julie Stark
    • Location after Fellowship: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
    • Research Interest: The role of Olfctomedin-4 (OLFM4) in pediatric sepsis
  • Catherine Urban
    • Location after Fellowship: Stony Brook Medicine
    • Research Interest: The role of the endothelial glycocalyx in sepsis
  • Matthew Zackoff
    • Location after Fellowship: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
    • Research Interest: Medical education and simulation training; Virtual/Augmented Reality

2018

  • Susan Conway
    • Location after Fellowship: Children's National
    • Research Interest: Heterogeneity of immune responses among septic patients, the molecular mechanisms that underlie this variation
  • Lauren Jacobs
    • Location after Fellowship: Texas Children's Hospital
    • Research Interest: Biomarkers of bacterial infection in immunocompromised pediatric patients
  • Sara Rhodes
    • Location after Fellowship: Geisinger Health System
    • Research Interest: Communication and decision-making surrounding end-of-life care
  • Erin Stenson
    • Location after Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Colorado
    • Research Interest: Optimizing the amount and type of fluid patients receive in resuscitation

2017

  • Itay Ayalon
    • Location after Fellowship: Tel-Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
    • Research Interest:The alteration of the white adipose tissue during sepsis, the implication of obesity during sepsis
  • Zachary Berrens
    • Location after Fellowship: Riley Hospital for Children
    • Research Interest: The prevalence of myocardial dysfunction and associated biomarkers among children with sepsis in a low resource setting, Malawi
  • Dzmitry Matsiukevich
    • Location after Fellowship: Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital
    • Research Interest: Role of AMP activated protein kinase in myocardial depression during hemorrhagic shock

2016

  • Saul Flores
    • Location after Fellowship: Texas Children's Hospital
    • Research Interest: Glucocorticoid receptor expression in children undergoing cardiac surgery
  • Hammad Ganatra
    • Location after Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Illinois
    • Research Interest: The protective role of zinc in a pediatric mouse model of septic shock
  • Yu Inata
    • Location after Fellowship: Osaka Medical Center & Research Institute for Maternal & Child Health
    • Research Interest: The role of AMPK, a regulator of energy homeostasis and mitochondrial biogenesis in the myocardial dysfunction seen in septic shock
  • Laura Kitzmiller
    • Location after Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Michigan
    • Research Interest: The therapeutic effects of pharmacological activation of AMP activated protein kinase in sepsis-induced acute lung injury
  • Mary Sandquist
    • Location after Fellowship: Norton Children's Hospital
    • Research Interest: Exploring any evidence of neurologic compromise in children who have survived septic shock
  • Claire Stewart
    • Location after Fellowship: Nationwide Children's Hospital
    • Research Interest: Improving code team training; the outcomes of immunocompromised children with respiratory failure

2015

  • Matthew Alder
    • Location after Fellowship: Cincinnati Children's Hospital
    • Research Interest: The Role of Olfactomedin 4 in Sepsis
  • Theodore DeMartini
    • Location after Fellowship: Pennsylvania State Hershey Children's Hospital
    • Research Interest: The impact of obesity on the cardiomyopathy seen in sepsis
  • William Hanna
    • Location after Fellowship: Cleveland Clinic
    • Research Interest: Serum IL-27 and procalcitonin levels as markers of bacterial infection in critically ill children
  • Travis Langner
    • Location after Fellowship: Children's Mercy Kansas City
    • Research Interest: The role of IL-27 in a mouse model of septic shock