Summer Elshenawy, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

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The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Division of Neonatology
34th & Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-590-1653
Fax: 215-590-3051
BS (Biology)
The College of New Jersey, Ewing NJ, 2007.
UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School Newark, NJ, 2010.
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Selected Publications

Elshenawy S, Simmons RA: Maternal obesity and prenatal programming. Mol Cell Endocrinol 435(5): 2+6, Nov 2016 Notes: DOI: 10.1016/j.mce.2016.07.002.

Elshenawy S, O’connor T, Kim A, Schwartz E, Kreger J, Moyer Fuchs T, Morris H, Giaccone A, Flibotte J: Using quality improvement methodology to reduce sedations for MRI in a quaternary care neonatal intensive care unit Poster presentation, Council on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Program American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference, San Francisco, CA Oct 2016.

Elshenawy S, Brown A, Barila G, Elovitz M, Simmons RA: Placental metabolomics in preterm birth. Poster presentation, Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD Apr 2016.

Elshenawy S, Brown A, Barila G, Elovitz M, Simmons RA: Placental metabolomics in preterm birth. Poster presentation, Society for Reproductive Investigation Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD Mar 2016.

Cottrill E, Lioy J, Elshenawy S, Rosenzweig J, Hopkins E, Chuo J, Sobol S, DeMauro S: A five year retrospective study of short term respiratory support outcomes for infants who received tracheostomy before one year of age. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 79(1): 15-17, Jan 2015 Notes: DOI: 10.1016/j.ijporl.2014.10.005.

Elshenawy S, Cottrill EE, DeMauro S, Hopkins E, Rosenzweig J, Chuo J, Sobol S, Lioy L: Retrospective study of feeding in patients who receive tracheostomy prior to one year of age. Poster presentation, Eastern Society for Pediatric Research annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA Mar 2014.

Douard V, Choi HI, Elshenawy S, Lagunoff D, Ferraris RP: Developmental reprogramming of rat GLUT5 requires glucocorticoid receptor translocation to the nucleus. J Physiol 586(15): 3657-3673, August 2008 Notes: DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.2008.155226.

Elshenawy S, Douard V, Lagunoff D,Ferraris R: Fructose-induced translocation of the glucocorticoid receptor in developing rat small intestine. Poster presentation, 2008 AGA Digestive Disease Week, San Diego, CA Apr 2008.

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