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    Winston-Salem, NC 27157


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Scholarly Activity

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2016 Scholarly Activity

  • Johnson H, Shashy L, Verenes A, Lucin T What’s that rash?  Why acute hemorrhagoc edema of infancy isn’t so scary. Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Carter A, Emery M, Potisek N, An unusual cause of pancytopenia.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Myers K, Goodpasture M, Fracture of unexpected etiology.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Anderson H, Goodpasture M, Metaphyseal Fractures in a 6-month-old female.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Klein J, Taxter A, Acute onset hearing loss and conjunctivitis in a five year old female.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • DeWeese D, Shetty A, An atypical inflammatory bowel disease flare masquerading as infection in a patient with sickle cell anemia.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Ellis M, Ross E, Linton J, Helping kids raising kids:  Teen parents workshops in the community.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Carter L, Ellis M, Potisek N, One sweet cutaneous finding.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Brady A, Linton J, Forsyth county refugee health collaborative:  Building an algorithm to enhance access.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Dowlen E, Carlin K, Miller-Fitzwater A, Improving the medical home for children in foster care.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.
  • Shashy L, Linton J, Crash course in child passenger safety.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. North Carolina Pediatric Society Annual Meeting.

2015 Scholarly Activity

  • Brown CL, Irby MB, Houle TT, Skelton JA. Family-based obesity treatment in children with disabilities. Acad Pediatr. 2015;15(2):197-203.
  • Brown C, Hayes NM, Caldwell JW, Shetty AK. Chronic cough and bilateral pulmonary infiltrates in a previously healthy adolescent male. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2015;54(2):188-191.
  • Turakhia R., Akinola M. The Role of Diagnostic Imaging Post Urinary Tract Infection in Low Birth Weight Neonates. Poster session presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting; 2015 Apr 25-28; San Diego, CA.

    2014 Scholarly Activity

    • McTyre B, Auriemma J, Betts B. A RARE CAUSE OF SUDDEN VISION LOSS IN AN ADOLESCENT FEMALE. Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. NCPS
    • Reichard E, Peters A, Triplett A, Miller-Fitzwater A, Albertini L, Linton J. THE PEDIATRIC MEDICAL HOME: ACCESS AND QUALITY PART 2. Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. NCPS
    • Reichard EC; Wood JK; Goodpasture ML. STAPHYLOCOCCAL SCALDED SKIN SYNDROME VERSUS CHEMICAL BURN. Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. NCPS
    • Ours C, Browder E, Goodpasture M. CONTINUITY CLINIC FOOD PANTRY: A TOOL TO EMPOWER RESIDENTS TO ADDRESS FOOD INSECURITY. Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program. NCPS
    • Anna Hurst, Invited Speaker: “Clinical Applications of Genetics: A Week in the Life of a Medical Geneticist.”  Course: Molecular Biology (BIOL401).  N.C. Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, NC. April 30, 2014
    • Turakhia R, Hurst A, White G, McWilliams M, Curry C, Kreider H, McTyre B, Lemon A, Seashore C, Cohen G, Miller-Fitzwater A, Linton JM. Department of Pediatrics, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Couplet care in the newborn nursery: An educational quality improvement project. Pediatric Academic Societies – Annual Meeting; 2014 May; Vancouver, BC, Canada.  
    • Turakhia R, Hurst A, White G, McWilliams M, Curry C, Kreider H, McTyre B, Lemon A, Seashore C, Cohen G, Miller-Fitzwater A, Linton JM. Department of Pediatrics, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Couplet care in the newborn nursery: An educational quality improvement project. Academic Pediatrics Association – Annual Meeting; 2014 February; Charlottesville, VA. 

    2013 Scholarly Activity

    • RASH, EMESIS, AND ANEMIA IN AN INFANT.   L Abeyta, D Thurtle, D Krowchuk, K Buckley.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program  NCPS
    • Turakhia R, McWilliams M, Wright D, Linton JM, Miller-Fitzwater A.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program  NCPS
    • Peters A, Linton J, Albertini L, Miller-Fitzwater A, Reichard E.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program  NCPS
    • Sherwin JI, Rehder KJ.  Duke University Hospital Program  NCPS
    • Hochreiter D, Shetty AK.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program NCPS
    • TTP IN THE PEDIATRIC POPULATION: A STICKY SITUATION.   Auriemma J, Sarkar S.  Wake Forest University School of Medicine Program NCPS
    • Anna Hurst, Invited Speaker: “Unexpected survivors: Caring for children with medical conditions of uncertain prognoses.” Pediatric Academic Society – Annual Meeting; 2013 May; Washington, DC. 
    • Anna Hurst, Invited Speaker: “Clinical Applications of Genetics.” Course: Molecular Biology and Genetics (BIO 213). Wake Forest University. Winston-Salem, NC. December 12, 2013.
    • Hurst ACE, Haldeman-Englert C, Stamper TH, Hanna M, Pettenati MJ, Koty PP. Wake Forest School of Medicine.  Prader-Willi Syndrome and oculocutaneous albinism due to a 5;15 translocation and hemizygrous OCA2 mutation. American Society of Human Genetics – Annual Meeting; 2013 October; Boston, MA.
    • Hurst ACE, Haldeman-Englert C, Miller-Fitzwater A, Nageswaran S.  Wake Forest School of Medicine.  The role of genetics in a multidisciplinary approach to pediatric care coordination for a child with Leigh syndrome. Poster session presented at: Southeastern Regional Genetics Group – Annual Meeting; 2013 July; Asheville, NC.

    2012 Scholarly Activity

    • Cleveland K, Singh S, Drury Brown M.  INSIDIOUS CAUSE OF NEONATAL POOR FEEDING AND BILIOUS EMESIS  Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.  NCPS
    • Pack J, Goodpasture M.  SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA IN A FOUR YEAR OLD FEMALE WITH GENITAL WARTS  Wake Forest Baptist Health, Department of Pediatrics.  NCPS
    • Cooper JM, Goodpasture M.  BILATERAL ACROMION FRACTURES IN AN INFANT  Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.  NCPS
    • Bentley E, Goodpasture M.  HYMENAL PERFORATION IN ALLEGED SEXUAL ABUSE CASE  Wake Forest Baptist Health- Brenner Children’s Hospital.  NCPS
    • Rajabi F, Haldeman-Englert CR, and Stamper T.  RING CHROMOSOME 15 IN A PATIENT WITH SHORT STATURE WITHOUT IGF1R DELETION  Wake Forest University School of Medicine.  NCPS
    • Hunter JD and Walsh ET.  TETANY IN A PATIENT WITH IDIOPATHIC HYPOPARATHYROIDISM FOLLOWING CORTICOSTEROID THERAPY  Wake Forest Baptist Health.  NCPS
    • Hochreiter D, Jackson JM, Shetty AK.  FEVER, SEVERE MUCOSITIS AND CONJUNCTIVITIS IN A 15-YEAR-OLD MALE  Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.  NCPS
    • Thrasher, B.  Constantacos, C.  WHEN IS TALL STATURE TOO TALL?  Wake Forest University Baptist Health.  NCPS
    • Hurst AE, Wofford MM, Poehling KA, Glock MS.  SEVERE IRON DEFICIENCY ANEMIA, PROTEIN-LOSING ENTEROPATHY AND ANASARCA  Wake Forest School of Medicine, Dept. of Pediatrics.  NCPS
    • Auriemma J, Walsh E, and Sherwood G..  AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF VENTRICULAR TACHYCARDIA IN A NEONATE  Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.  NCPS
    • Moyer J, Linton J.  INTRAUTERINE DEVICES – THE MOST EFFECTIVE BIRTH CONTROL WE DON’T USE  Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.  NCPS
    • CL Brown, JA Skelton.  GETTING FIT AND FITTING THE PATIENT: TREATMENT OF OBESITY IN A PATIENT WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES  Wake Forest Baptist Health, Brenner Children’s Hospital.  NCPS
    • Hurst ACE, Haldeman-Englert CR, Boyd E, Jewett T, Koty P. Wake Forest School of Medicine. 5-MB de novo deletion of Xq21.31q21.33 in a patient with autosomal dominant Robinow Syndrome phenotype. Poster session presented at: 33rd Annual David W. Smith Workshop on Malformations and Morphogenesis; 2012 August; Buford, GA.

     

     

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    • Additional Information

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      Wake Forest Baptist Medical
      Department of Pediatrics
      Medical Center Boulevard 
      Winston-Salem, NC 27157


      Donate Now
      Donate to Residency Fund

      *select pediatric residency education from menu