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Siarhei Slinko, MD, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Critical Care Medicine

Secondary appointment: PICU/CICU Attending of the SJBH, Tampa, FL

Baycare Faculty

813-554-8527


Dr. Slinko is a Visiting Associate Clinical Professor in The Department of Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. He also holds secondary appointment as Attending Physician in PICU/ CICU Saint Joseph Children’s Hospital in Tampa, FL. He is a board-certified pediatrician with subspecialty training and board certification in pediatric critical care medicine. He also has extensive experience as pediatric anesthesiologist/ cardio anesthesiologist. Dr. Slinko’s clinical practice focused on critically-ill pediatric patients, including patients with congenital heart disease. Dr. Slinko has published number of articles and book chapter, and has received numerous honors for his research. A graduate of Minsk State Medical University, Dr. Slinko is also finished Post-doctoral Fellowship in Division of Neonatology at the Columbian University, New-York and Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship in Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center.

 

Education & Training

Degree

Year

Field

School #133, Minsk, Belarus

  1985  

Minsk State Medicine University, Minsk, Belarus

MD 1993

Medicine

Hospital #1, Republican Research and Practical Center for Pediatric Surgery, Minsk, Belarus Resident 1993-94 Pediatric Critical Care and Anesthesiology
Eppendorf University, Hamburg, Germany Intern 1997 Pediatric Cardiology and Pediatric Anesthesiology
Minsk, Belarus PhD 1997-99 Thesis "High Thoracic Epidural Anesthesia in Children Undergoing an Open Heart Surgery"
Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, Northern Ireland Intership 2000 PICU
Columbia University, NY Research Fellow 2004-07 Neonatology
University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY Resident 2007-09 Pediatrics
University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY Fellow 2009-10 Pediatric Critical Care
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH Fellow 2010-12 Pediatric Critical Care