Characteristics of Our Fellows
There are nine Fellows enrolled in our Fellowship for the academic year commencing 2017. We welcome applications from board-eligible/board-certified graduates of ACGME-accredited programs. Fellows must become board certified in pediatrics during their Fellowship in order to be eligible for the Pediatric Critical Care sub-board.
All Fellows commit to scholarly activity in our program, and all enter the program with some interest in pursuing a career in academic medicine. Some have had extensive research experience prior to entering the Fellowship, but for many this will be a new focus of training. Our current group of Fellows is conducting research in epidemiologic study, procedural sedation, health care disparities, infectious disease, and medical education. Past graduates have completed highly successful research in basic science, translation science, clinical research, quality assurance, respiratory failure physiology, cellular mechanisms of heart failure and others. It is highly encouraged that the Fellow completes a research project in an area of significant personal interest to them that they can then carry forward after Fellowship training if they so choose.
Recent Abstract Presentations by our Fellows
Broberg M, Slain K, Stormorken A, Shein SL, Rotta A. The Effects of Poverty on Children Presenting with Diabetic Ketoacidosis. Poster presented at: Society of Critical Care Medicine 46th Critical Care Congress; January 2017; Honolulu, HI.
Broberg M, Liu Y, Watanabe M, Jenkins M. Misalignment of Coronary Microvasculature Detected in a Model of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure using Optical Coherence Tomography. Poster presented at: American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition; September 2017; Chicago, IL.
Broberg M, McCluskey C, Wurtz M, Rose JA, Dingledein M, Rotta A, Slain K. Family Income is Not Associated with Outcomes in Pediatric Patients with Critical Traumatic Injury. Platform Presentation at: American Academy of Pediatrics Section of Critical Care/Pediatric Critical Care Colloquium Joint Abstract Program; September 2017; Chicago, IL.
Carter M, Mount M, Sharma S, Peluso C, Gallagher J, Shein SL. Effects of Intrapulmonary Percussive Ventilation in Mechanically Ventilated Children.
McKee B, Clayton J, Slain K, Rotta A, Speicher R, Shein S. What are we doing? Changes in the way bronchiolitis is treated in the ICU. Poster presented at: Society of Critical Care Medicine 46th Critical Care Congress; January 2017; Honolulu, HI.
Murphy KJ, Mahmood N, Shein SL. Serum Sodium Levels and Clinical Outcomes in PICU Patients with Critical Asthma. Poster presented at: Society of Critical Care Medicine 45th Critical Care Congress; February 2016; Orlando, FL.