Amanda Michele Striegl, MD, MS

Amanda Michele Striegl, MD, MS

Pulmonary, Neuromuscular Program, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Program

On staff since August 2011

Children's Title: Medical Director, Respiratory Care

Academic Title: Assistant Professor

Research Center: Center for Respiratory Biology and Therapeutics

"The core of care for children with respiratory disease is the formation of solid, long-term partnerships with all care providers, and educating parents to be the best advocates for their children."

  • Biography

    Dr. Amanda Striegl, MD MS is an attending physician and assistant professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She received her MD from the University of Colorado and her MS in Epidemiology from the University of Washington. She completed her pediatrics residency and pediatric pulmonary fellowship at Seattle Childrens Hospital. Dr. Striegl provides consultation and care to hospitalized children and at clinic sites in Seattle, Everett and the Tri-Cities. She is active in Pulmonary sub-specialty clinics that focus on patients with neuromuscular disease (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, etc), chronic mechanical ventilation, and bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD).

  • Patient Testimonials
    • Lyn Yakima, WA 02.21.24

      Dr. Striegl is an amazing doctor. She goes above and beyond to provide exceptional care for my son. She reviews the current plan and truly wants feedback as to how it is working for my son. She listens and asks questions to see whether something should be altered. She answers all of my many questions and always provides educated, clear, and honest answers. I would highly recommend this physician.

  • Awards and Honors
    Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    SEATTLE TOP DOCTOR - 2022 Seattle Magazine 2022
    SEATTLE'S TOP DOCTOR - 2018 Seattle Magazine 2018
    SEATTLE'S TOP DOCTOR - 2015 Seattle Met Magazine 2015
    Corkery Fellowship Travel Grant Univ. of Washington / Seattle Childrens Hospital 2009
    Dept. of Pediatrics Outstanding Performance Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine 2004
    Portia Lubchenco Advocacy Award Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine 2004
    Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine 2004
    Deans Letter of Academic Excellence Univ. of Colorado School of Medicine 2000 - 2001
    Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Colorado College 1999
  • Publications

    Other Publications

    • Ong T, Striegl A, and Marshall S.
      Cystic Fibrosis
      Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics, 7th Edition, 2013 : Marcdante(Saunders E)
    • Ong T, Striegl A, and Marshall S.
      Respiratory System Assessment
      Nelson Essentials of Pediatrics, 7th Edition, 2013 : . Marcdant(Saunders E)
    • Striegl AM, Redding GJ, Diblasi R, Crotwell D, Salyer J, Carter ER
      Use of a lung model to assess mechanical in-exsufflator therapy in infants with tracheostomy.
      20963832 Pediatric pulmonology, 2011 March : 46(3)211-7
    • Striegl AM, Redding GJ, Diblasi R, Crotwell D, Salyer J, Carter ER
      Use of a lung model to assess mechanical in-exsufflator therapy in infants with tracheostomy.
      20963832 Pediatric pulmonology, 2010 Oct 20
    • Striegl A, Chen ML, Kifle Y, Song K, Redding G
      Sleep-disordered breathing in children with thoracic insufficiency syndrome.
      20425854 Pediatric pulmonology, 2010 May : 469-74
    • Striegl AM, et al
      Respiratory Issues
      Oxford American Handbook of Pediatrics, 2009 : Stapleton(Oxford Pre)
    • Striegl AM, Chen ML
      Response to Clinical Corners in Sleep Medicine: "Management of obstructive sleep apnea in patients with congenital heart disease and Fontan procedures" (Sleep Med 2007;8:537-8).
      18024173 Sleep medicine, 2008 July : 591-2
    • Sorensen MD, Galansky SH, Striegl AM, Koyle MA
      Prenatal bilateral extravaginal testicular torsion--a case presentation.
      15459781 Pediatric surgery international, 2004 Dec. : 20(11-12)892-3
    • Sorensen MD, Galansky SH, Striegl AM, Mevorach R, Koyle MA
      Perinatal extravaginal torsion of the testis in the first month of life is a salvageable event.
      12837441 Urology, 2003 July : 62(1)132-4

Overview

Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Pulmonology

Medical/Professional School

University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Residency

University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

Fellowship

University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

Clinical Interests

Chronic lung disease of infancy and prematurity; respiratory care of patients with neuromuscular disease; long-term mechanical ventilation.