Kesi Chen Yang, MD

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Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Department: Pediatrics

Contact information
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Division of Neonatology, 2NW Suite
3401 Civic Center Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
BA (Psychology)
Yale University, 2007.
MD
Yale University, 2012.
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Selected Publications

Yang K, tePas A, Weinberg D, Foglia E: Performance and Outcome of Ventilation Corrective Steps in the Delivery Room. Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland April 2019 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Foglia, Liz, Yang K, Sillers L: Complex Resuscitations in Neonates and Infants – Managing High Acuity, Low Occurrence (HALO) events- Hands- On Workshop. Annual Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland April 2019.

Yang, K: Performance and Outcome of Ventilation Corrective Steps in the Delivery Room. Educational Society for Pediatric Academic Research, Philadelphia, PA March 2019 Notes: Poster Presentation.

Yang, KC, Te Pas A, Weinberg D, Foglia E: Performance and Outcome of Ventilation Corrective Steps in the Delivery Room. Pediatric Academic Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland- Poster Presentation 2019.

Yang, KC, Zhang H, Ades A.: Uncovering the Hidden Impact of Neonatology Boot Camp. Poster Presentation 2018.

Chen K, Jensen E, Zhang Hm Nilan K, Kirpalani H.: Factors Associated With End of Life Discussions in Infants with Sever BPD. Poster Presentation 2016.

Chen K, Cheung K, Sosa JA: Surgeon Volume Trumps Speciality: Outcomes from 3,569 Pediatric Cholecystectomies. J Ped Surg 47(4): 673-80, Apr 2012.

Chen K, Cheung K, Zhang H, Nilan K, Kirpalani H.: Surgeon Volume Trumps Specialty: Outcomes from 3,596 Pediatric Cholecystectomies. Poster Presentation 2011.

Chen K, Ohkuno Y, Shin, D, Doetschman T, Sanford L, Li H, Vaccarino FM.: Decrease in Excitatory Neurons, Astrocytes and Profliferating Glial Progenitors in Mice Lacking Exon 3 from Fgf2 Gene. BMC Neurosci 9(94): doi: 10.1186, Sept 2008 Notes: online pub.

Zou L, Zhang W, Wang H, Zen M, Chen K, Mix E.: Maternal IgG Suppresses NMDA-Induced Spasms in Infant Rats and Inhibits NMDA-Mediated Neurotoxicity in Hippocampal Neurons. J Neuroimmunology 181(1-2): 106-11, Dec 2006.

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