Jessica Armstrong Warner-Grant, MD, PhD

Jessica Armstrong Warner-Grant, MD, PhD

Hospital Medicine

On staff since July 2015

Children's Title: Physician Consultant, Patient Safety

Academic Title: Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics

  • Patient Testimonials

  • Awards and Honors

    Award Name Award Description Awarded By Award Date
    NIH New Investigator Travel Award National Institutes of Health March 2010
    Kathy Newman Prize in Pediatrics Tulane University School of Medicine May 2012
    NIH New Investigator Travel Award National Institutes of Health March 2010
  • Publications

    Other Publications

    • Warner JA | Zwezdaryk KJ | Day B | Sullivan DE | Pridjian G | Morris CA
      Human cytomegalovirus infection inhibits CXCL12- mediated migration and invasion of human extravillous cytotrophoblasts.
      PMC3545970 Virology journal, 2012 Nov 1 : 9255
    • Zwezdaryk KJ | Warner JA | Machado HL | Morris CA | Höner zu Bentrup K
      Rotating cell culture systems for human cell culture: human trophoblast cells as a model.
      PMC3462572 Journal of visualized experiments : JoVE, 2012 Jan 18 : (59)
    • Messaoudi I | Warner J | Fischer M | Park B | Hill B | Mattison J | Lane MA | Roth GS | Ingram DK | Picker LJ | Douek DC | Mori M | Nikolich-Zugich J
      Delay of T cell senescence by caloric restriction in aged long-lived nonhuman primates.
      PMC1748246 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2006 Dec 19 : 103(51)19448-53
    • Messaoudi I | Warner J | Nikolich-Zugich J
      Age-related CD8+ T cell clonal expansions express elevated levels of CD122 and CD127 and display defects in perceiving homeostatic signals.
      Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950), 2006 Sep 1 : 177(5)2784-92


Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Hospital Medicine

Medical/Professional School

Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA


University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

Clinical Interests

Care of hospitalized children, including technology-dependent children

Research Description

Medical errors, quality improvement, length of stay reduction, care of infants with failure to thrive/faltering growth