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Megan Mariner Gray, MD

Megan Mariner Gray, MD

Neonatology

On staff since August 2015

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

  • Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    Outstanding Presentation of Patient Oriented Research Accuracy in Recognition of Infant Airway Anomalies: The Visual Assessment of the Infant Larynx (VAIL) Project Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 2015
    Best Pediatric Program Innovation Poster Award Development of a Resident-Oriented Simulation Curriculum in a Pediatrics Residency: Needs Assessment Data and Process Society for Simulation in Healthcare 2013
    Gary F. Krieger Resident Advocacy Award Breastfeeding education seminars for local community pediatricians Dr. Gary F. Krieger, Los Angeles Pediatrican 2011
    AAP-CA2 Resident Research Award Lactation and Teaching at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center and Network of WICs (LATCH NOW) American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) California Chapter 2 2011
    Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Resident Grant Community Based Prenatal Classes with Links to Pediatric Medical Homes American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) 2010
    • M Gray, L Javia, A Ades
      Visual Assessment of the Infant Larynx by Neonatology Fellows and Attendings
      Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting , 2015 Apr,
    • E Enlow, D Foy, LH Rubinos, M Gray, N Bamat, S Abbasi, SA Lorch
      Health literacy in parents of premature infants: distribution and change during NICU admission
      Academic Pediatric Association Region 2 and 3 Meeting; New York, NY. , 2015 Mar.
    • M Gray, S Demauro
      Feeding Intervals in Very Low Birth-Weight Infants in Intensive or Critical Care
      Diet and Nutrition in Critical Care , 2015
    • M Gray, H French
      Difficult Airway Education and Simulation
      Disorders of the Neonatal Airway: Fundamentals for Practice , 2015
    • M Gray, L Javia, A Ades
      Visual Assessment of the Infant Larynx by Neonatology Fellows and Attendings
      Eastern Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting , 2015
    • M Gray, KZ Kovatis, T Stuart, E Enlow, M Itkin, MS Keller and HM Frenc
      Treatment of congenital pulmonary lymphangiectasia using ethiodized oil lymphangiography
      Journal of Perinatology , 2014 Sept. : 34(9)720 PMCID: PMC4070603
    • M Gray, C Glau, T Nguyen, E Ben-Isaac, A Ganster, A Rake, T Chang, T Stavroudis
      Development of a Resident-Oriented Simulation Curriculum in a Pediatrics Residency: Needs Assessment Data and Process
      International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare in Orlando, FL , 2013 Jan.
    • M Mariner, C Bottrell, J Goldfinger
      Lactation and Teaching at CHLA, HPMC and Network of WICs
      Saban Research Institute Faculty Trainee Development Poster Session , 2012
    • M Mariner, C Bottrell, J Goldfinger
      Lactation and Teaching at CHLA, HPMC and Network of WICs
      Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Annual Resident Advocacy Seminar and Poster Session , 2010
  • Presentations Title Event Location Date
    Enhancing Proficiency In Managing The Difficult Or Critical Neonatal And Pediatric Airway With Multidisciplinary Training Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting San Diego, CA April 2015
    Team Sims: An Interprofessional Approach to Turning Adverse Events into Learning Practices Through Simulation Neonatal/Infant Intensive Care Unit Quality and Patient Safety Day Poster Session Philadelphia, PA March 2015
    Accuracy in Recognition of Infant Airway Anomalies: The Visual Assessment of the Infant Larynx (VAIL) Project Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia Research Poster Day Philadelphia, PA Feb. 2015
    Developing a Pediatric Residency Simulation Curriculum by Residents for Residents: Enhancing the "See One, Do One, Teach One" Model Through Simulation Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting Washington DC May 2013

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Pediatrics

Medical/Professional School

University of Washington, Seattle

Residency

Pediatrics, Children's Hospital of Los Angeles - Pediatric Residency, Los Angeles

Fellowship

Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia