Mark Robert Zonfrillo

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Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Attending Physician, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Associate Scholar, Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
Division of Emergency Medicine
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 267-426-0294
Fax: 215-590-4454
Education:
ScB (Behavioral Neuroscience)
Brown University, 1999.
MD (Medicine)
Brown Medical School, 2003.
MSCE (Clinical Epidemiology)
Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Pennsylvania, 2010.
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Description of Itmat Expertise

Injury epidemiology, injury prevention, concussion, disabling injuries

Selected Publications

Zonfrillo MR, Myers RK, Durbin DR, Curry AE: Validation of parent reported injuries to their children. Clin Pediatr (Phila) Jan 2015.

Raukar NP, Zonfrillo MR, Kane K, Davenport M, Espinoza TR, Weiland J, Franco V, Vaca FE: Gender- and Sex-specific Sports-related Injury Research in Emergency Medicine: A Consensus on Future Research Direction and Focused Application. Acad Emerg Med 21(12), Dec 2014.

Colorito, R: How To Use Children's Car Booster Seats: Don't Graduate Kids to Boosters or Seatbelts Too Soon edmunds.com November 2014 Notes: www.edmunds.com/car-safety/how-to-use-childrens-car-booster-seats.html.

Ryan JJ, Butrous G, Maron BA: The heterogeneity of clinical practice patterns among an international cohort of pulmonary arterial hypertension experts. Pulm Circ 4(3), Sep 2014.

Ragusea, A: Why hot cars are so deadly. Here and Now, National Public Radio July 2014.

Roberts D, Lee MM, Zonfrillo MR: Parenting rights, child supervision and the law. Radio Times, WHYY National Public Radio July 2014.

Zonfrillo MR, Mayo Clinic, Seattle Children's Hospital, American Academy of Pediatric, American College of Emergency Physicians, HealthDay News, Cleveland Clinic: Summer Health and Safety. Twitter Chat #TeenSummer June 2014.

Papa L, Ramia M, Kirby S, Ramirez J, Bragal CF, Tan CN, Ameli NJ, Lopez M, Silvestri S, Giordano P, Zonfrillo MR, Mittal M: In children with head injury, glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) distinguishes mild traumatic brain injury from trauma controls and predicts intracranial injuries on CT. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine 2014 Annual Meeting May 2014.

Durbin DR, Myers RK, Curry AE, Zonfrillo MR, Arbogast KB: Extending the value of police crash reports for traffic safety research: collecting supplemental data via surveys of drivers. Inj Prev May 2014.

Papa L, Ramia M, Kirby S, Ramirez J, Carr B, Florez C, Cramm-Morgan K, Chaar-Alvarez F, Braga C, Tan CN, Ameli NJ, Lopez M, Mittal M, Zonfrillo MR: Serum GFAP out-performs S100B in detecting traumatic intracranial lesions on CT in children with suspected mild traumatic brain injury. Society of Academic Emergency Medicine 2014 Annual Meeting May 2014.

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Last updated: 01/26/2015
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