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Dr. Balamuth is a key institutional leader in pediatric sepsis and a rising national leader in pediatric sepsis recognition and care.
Dr. Balamuth is an institutional leader in pediatric sepsis and a rising national leader in pediatric sepsis recognition and care. She has played a key role in developing and implementing a clinical practice guideline to care for patients with suspected sepsis at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She has also worked collaboratively with sepsis leaders throughout the institution to create a comprehensive prospective registry for patients with suspected sepsis, which allows us to track sepsis epidemiology and outcomes at CHOP.
Dr. Balamuth recently completed a K12 award from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute studying sepsis recognition in the emergency department using both epidemiologic and translational approaches. She has been awarded a K23 from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to study RNA expression profiling in pediatric sepsis recognition.
Education and Training
PhD, Yale University (Immunobiology), 2003
MD, Yale University, 2005
MS, University of Pennsylvania (Clinical Epidemiology), 2014
Fellowship, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Pediatric Emergency Medicine), 2012
Titles and Academic Titles
Associate Director of Research, Division of Emergency Medicine
Co-Director, Pediatric Sepsis Program
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
American Academy of Pediatrics, 2008
Pediatric Academic Societies, 2008
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, 2012