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Susan  Feigelman

Susan Feigelman M.D.

Academic Title: Professor
Primary Appointment: Pediatrics
Location: 737 West Lombard Street, First Floor
Phone: (443) 682-6610
Phone: (410) 706-5289
Fax: (410) 685-1524

Personal History:

College: B.A., Biology, Cum Laude, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
Medical School: University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York 
Residency: Pediatrics, Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio
Fellowship: General Academic Pediatrics Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland

Research Interests:

General Pediatrics; Vaccine Trials; Residency Training; Compliance; Failure-to-Thrive

Clinical Speciality:

Board Certified in Pediatrics


Refereed Journals

Howard D, Feigelman S, Li X, Cross S, Rachuba L. The relationship between violence victimization, witnessing violence and youth distress. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2002; 31:455-62.

Serwint JR, Feigelman S, Dumont-Driscoll M, Collins R, Zhan M, Kittredge D, for the CORNET investigators. Factors Associated with Resident Satisfaction with their Continuity Experience. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2004;4:4-10.

Feigelman S, Olsson J, Drutz J, Dungy CI, Lopreiato J, Serwint JR, for the Continuity Research Network (CORNET) of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association. Changes in Pediatric Residents' Perception of their Continuity Experience during their Training: A National Study. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2005;5: 221-227.

King JC, Cummings GE, Guo N, Trivedi L, Readmond BX, Keane V, Feigelman S, de Waard R. A double-blind, placebo-controlled, pilot study of bovine lactoferrin supplementation in bottle-fed infants. J Pediatr. Gastroenterol Nutr. 2007;44(2):245-251.

Dubowitz H, Feigelman S, Lane W, Prescott L, Blackman K, Grube L, Meyer W, Tracy J K. Screening for Depression in an Urban Pediatric Primary Care Clinic. Pediatrics. 2007;119:435-443.

Lane WG, Dubowitz H, Feigelman S, Kim J, Prescott L, Meyer W, Tracy JK. Screening for Parental Substance Abuse in Pediatric Primary Care. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2007;7: 458-462.

Dubowitz H, Prescott L, Feigelman S, Lane W, Kim J. Screening for Intimate partner violence in a pediatric primary care clinic. Pediatrics. 2008; 121: e85 - e91.

Dubowitz H, Feigelman S, Lane W, Kim J. Pediatric primary care to help prevent child maltreatment: The Safe Environment for Every Kid (SEEK) model. Pediatrics. 2009; 123: 858 - 864.

Feigelman S, Dubowitz H, Lane W, Meyer W, Tracy JK, Kim J. Screening for harsh punishment In a pediatric primary care clinic. Child Abuse & Neglect. 2009;33:269-277.

Feigelman S, Dubowitz H#, Lane W, Grube L, Kim J. Training Pediatric Residents in a Primary Care Clinic to Help Address Psychosocial Problems and Prevent Child Maltreatment. Academic Pediatrics. 2011;11:474-480.

Books and Other Publications

Feigelman S.
Chapter 6.1, Fetal Growth and Development
Chapter 8, The First Year
Chapter 9, The Second Year
Chapter 10, Preschool Years
Chapter 11, Middle Childhood
In: Kliegman RM, Behrman RE, Jenson HB, Stanton BF, Eds. Nelson;s Textbook of Pediatrics,19th Edition. 2010. Philadelphia:Elsevier.

Stratbucker W, Serwint J, Feigelman S, Olsson J. Research in Pediatric Continuity Clinic Settings.
In: Drutz J, Editor. Manual for Pediatric Continuity Directors, 2nd Edition. 2011. Mclean, Virginia: Academic Pediatric Association, 2011