Current Scholar Awards and Accomplishments
Mana Golzari (Penn CSP), Kuo A. Health care utilization barriers for youth post-detention. International
Journal of Adolescent Health & Medicine. (in press)
Current Scholar Publications and Press
Kathy Auger (Michigan CSP), Kahn
RS, Davis MM, Beck AF, Simmons JM.
Pediatrics. 2013 Jan;131(1):64-700.
Doi: 10.1542/peds.2012-1055. Epub
2012 Dec 10.
Elizabeth Barnert (UCLA CSP),
Himelstein, S, Herbert, S, Garcia-
Romeu, A, Chamberlin, L. “Exploring
an Intensive Meditation Intervention
for Incarcerated Youth.” Accepted:
Child and Adolescent Mental Health (in
Hiu-fai Fong (Penn CSP), Christian
CW. Child neglect for the primary
care pediatrician. Pediatric Annals 2012;41(12):1-5.
Shreya Kangovi (Penn CSP VA Scholar) Edwards, M., Woloszynek, S., Mitra, N., Feldman H., Kaplan, B. Meyers, K. Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system inhibitors in pediatric focal segmental glomerulosclerosis. Pediatric Nephrology. 2011 Nov 25.
Alumni Awards and Accomplishments
Rebekah Gee (Penn CSP 06-09)
- received the 2012 Association
of Maternal and Child Health
Programs (AMCHP) State Leadership
- received a 3 year grant from the
Kellogg foundation to make New
Orleans one of four national “Best
Babies Zone” national sites—a model
based on Jeffrey Canada and other’s
place based work with the goal of
reducing prematurity and infant
- was invited by Editors of Obstetrics
and Gynecology, the official
publication of the American College
of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
known as “The Green Journal,” to
be the lead expert on health policy
for a year’s worth of columns. This is
the first time the journal, the leading
source of professional information
for obstetricians and gynecologists
in the US, has devoted this much
space for a single author “expert.”
Gee’s Health Policy in Practice series,
is designed to help physicians clearly
understand and anticipate changes
to the practice of medicine through
health care reform proposals in order
to successfully navigate and them.
Anisha Patel (UCLA CSP 06-09), a
practicing general pediatrician at
University of California-San Francisco
was recently awarded the 2012
American Academy of Pediatrics
Outstanding Achievement Award.
Alumni Publication and Press
Andrea Gottsegen Asnes, MD, MSW (Yale CSP 2001-2003), currently an assistant professor in Pediatrics at Yale University School of Medicine, speaks about her research career in child abuse pediatrics, influence of the CSP on her career, and current collaboration with pediatric trauma surgeon and alumnus Brendan Campbell MD (Michigan CSP 2000-2002) in the RWJF Human Capital Blog.
Rebekah Gee (Penn CSP 06-09)
discusses healthier moms, healthier
babies with the RWFJ in honor of
National Women's Health Week"
Lorraine Kelley-Quon (UCLA CSP
- was featured in the Huffington
Post. October 20, 2012.
- was featured in WebMD. October
- was featured in TIME magazine.
The article highlighted findings
in her study “Congenital
Malformations Associated with
Assisted Reproductive Technology:
A California Statewide Analysis.”
October 22, 2012.
- was featured in USA Today. October
- was featured in CBS News. October
- was featured in ABC News. October
- was featured in MedScape. October
- "Congenital Malformations
Associated with Assisted
Reproductive Technology: A
California Statewide Analysis."
Accepted: Journal of Pediatric
- Tseng CH, Jen HC, Lee SL, Shew SB.
“Hospital type as a metric for
racial disparities in pediatric
appendicitis.” J Am Coll Surg. 2013
Jan;216(1):74-82. Epub 2012 Nov
22. PMID: 23177269.
- Jen HC, Ziring DA, Gupta N,
Kirschner BS, Ferry GD, Cohen
SA, Winter HS, Heyman MB,
Gold BD, Shew SB. “Predictors
of proctocolectomy in children
with ulcerative colitis.” J Pediatr
Gastroenterol Nutr. 2012
Nov;55(5):534-40. PMID: 22684351.
- Tseng CH, Jen HC, Ziring DA, Shew
SB. “Postoperative complications
and health care use in children
undergoing surgery for ulcerative
colitis.” J Pediatr Surg. 2012
- Tseng CH, Jen HC, Shew SB.
“Hospital type predicts surgical
complications for infants with
hypertrophic pyloric stenosis.” Am
Surg. 2012 Oct;78(10):1079-82.
- Tseng CH, Scott A, Jen HC, Calkins
KL, Shew SB. “Does hospital transfer
predict mortality in very low birth
weight infants requiring surgery
for necrotizing enterocolitis?”
Surgery. 2012 Sep;152(3):337-43.
Epub 2012 Jul 6. PMID: 22770955.
- was featured in US News. October
A current scholar and recent alum,
Katherine Neuhausen (UCLA CSP) and
Stephen Patrick (Michigan CSP 10-12),
will have articles published in August's
Health Affairs issue.
Dr. Patrick- "Increase In Federal Match
Associated With Significant Gains In
Coverage For Children Through Medicaid
Dr. Neuhausen- "Integrating Community
Health Centers into Organized Delivery
Systems Can Improve Access to
Des Runyan (RWJF CSP National Program
Director and UNC CSP Alumnus) discusses
an RWJF grant awarded in its first year of
existence 1972 that jumpstarted research
in child abuse pediatrics. Hyu-Fai Fong
(Penn CSP 12-14) provides her insights on
current research as well.