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Division Highlights - Critical Care

2007 - 2008 Highlights

Michael Wilhelm, MD, joins division

Greg Hollman, MD, is a founding member and board member for the Society for Pediatric Sedation

Marlowe Eldridge, MD, receives first NIH RO1 funding

Peter Ferrazzano, MD, receives UW ICTR KL2 award

Overview

The Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine delivers state-of-the-art, comprehensive, and coordinated medical care to critically ill children admitted to American Family Children’s Hospital. We also provide comfort measures for children undergoing sedation for diagnostic, imaging, or therapeutic procedures.

Our faculty’s scholarly endeavors include advocacy, medical education, clinical and basic science research, and global health. Our research is well supported by funding from the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense and the US Navy, the American Heart Association, among others.

Research activities include:

  • A randomized, multicenter phase III trial testing the efficacy and safety of dexmedetomidine in mechanically ventilated pediatric patients;
  • A pending multicenter trial to determine the association between key coagulation genes and prognosis in pediatric patients with acute lung injury;
  • High-resolution MRI to identify biomarkers of injury and therapeutic effect in animal models of pediatric cerebral ischemia;
  • Collaborative development of a pediatric brain injury database that will correlate inpatient clinical data with follow-up neurodevelopmental assessments performed at the Waisman Center; and
  • Integrative cardiopulmonary physiology and pathophysiology in isolated heart-lung preparations and non-anesthetized animals and humans, with specific applications to the effects of exercise, acute hypoxia, altitude, hyperbaria, and environmental exposure.

Faculty

Division Chief: Marlowe W. Eldridge, MD, Associate Professor Rahul Bhatia, MD, Assistant Professor

Marlowe W. Eldridge, MD

 

Residency: University of Utah Primary Children’s Hospital

Fellowships: National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; University of North Carolina; University of California–San Francisco

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Rahul Bhatia, MD

Residency: TC Thompson Children's Hospital, University of Tennessee

Fellowships: AI duPont Hospital for Children, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelpha, PA

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Juan P. Boriosi, MD, Assistant Professor Tom Brazelton, MD, MPH, Associate Professor

Juan P. Boriosi, MD

Residency: Garrahan Pediatric Hospital, Buenos Aires, State University of New York, Brooklyn

Fellowships: University of California, San Francisco, Children's Hospital and Research Center, Oakland, CA

Board certification: Pediatrics

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Tom Brazelton, MD, MPH

Residency: Children's Hospital Oakland, CA

Fellowships: Children's Hospital, Boston

Board certification: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

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Pelin Cengiz, MD, Assistant Professor Peter A. Ferrazzano, MD, Assistant Professor

Pelin Cengiz, MD

Residency: Louisiana State University Medical Center, Shreveport

Fellowships: Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle, WA

Board certification: Pediatrics

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Peter A. Ferrazzano, MD

Residency: Saint Vincent's Catholic Medical Center, New York

Fellowships: Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York

Board certification: Pediatrics

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Gregory A. Hollman, MD, Professor Michael Wilhelm, MD, Assistant Professor

Gregory A. Hollman, MD

Residency: University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics

Fellowships: University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics; Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Board certification: Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

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Michael Wilhelm, MD

Residency: Yale New Haven Hospital, CT

Fellowships: Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons

Board certification: Pediatrics

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Last updated: 03/12/2014
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