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Alicia Alcamo, MD, MPH

Fellow, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Chief, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Postdoctoral Scholar, Safar Center

412-692-9918


Education & Training

Degree

Year

Field

Elizabethtown College B.S. 2006 Biology
The Ohio State University M.D. 2011 Medicine
The Ohio State University M.P.H. 2011 Public Health, Specialization in Clinical Investigation
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Resident 2104 Pediatrics
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Chief Resident 2015  
Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Fellow Current Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

 

Honors

Alpha Omega Alpha, 2010

Clinical and Translational Science Award Fellowship, 2009

Publications

Alcamo, A, Leon Astudillo, C, Gray, S, Klein M. Uncovering a Unique Cause of Parotitis in an Adolescent. Accepted for publication in Clinical Pediatrics.

Alcamo, A, Pinchasik, D, Mo, JQ, Grimley, M, O’Brien, M. Successful Treatment of Disseminated Adenovirus Infection in an Infant with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. J Pediatr Hematol Oncol 2015, 37(3): e178-81.

Klein, M, Alcamo, A, Beck, A, O’Toole, J, McLinden, D, Henize, A, Kahn, R. Can a Video Curriculum on the Social Determinants of Health Affect Residents’ Practice and Families’ Perceptions of Care? Acad Pediatr 2014, 14(2): 159-166.

Klein, M, Beck, A, Kahn, R, Henize, A, O’Toole, J, Alcamo, A, McLinden, D. Video Curriculum on Screening for the Social Determinants of Health. MedEdPORTAL; 2013. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9575.

Alcamo, A, Schanbacher, B, Huang, H, Nankervis, C, Bauer, J, Giannone, P. Cellular Strain Amplifies LPS-induced Stress Signaling in Immature Enterocytes: Potential Implications for Preterm Infant Nasal CPAP. Pediatr Res 2012, 73(3): 256-61.

Giannone, PJ, Alcamo, A, Schanbacher, BL, Nankervis, CA, Besner, GE, Bauer, JA. Poly(ADP-ribose) Polymerase-1: A Novel Therapeutic Target in Necrotizing Enterocolitis. Pediatr Res 2011, 70(1): 67-71.

Alcamo, A, Davids, A, Way, D, Lynn, DJ, Vandre, D. The Impact of a Peer-Designed and –Led USMLE Step 1 Review Course: Improvement in Preparation and Scores. Acad Med 2010, 85;10, S45-S48.