Pediatric Annals

ABOUT THE GUEST EDITOR 

Edward E. Conway, Jr., MD

Abstract

Dr. Conway received his bachelor's degree in biology at Manhattan College, his master's degree in cell biology at Fordham University, and his medical degree at the State University of New York at Downstate. He completed his internship, residency, chief residency, and pediatric critical care fellowship training at the combined pediatrics program of Montefiore Medical Center and Jacobi Hospital, which are the teaching hospitals for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. During his training, he was the recipient of the Leon M. Davidoff Certificate of Distinction for the teaching of medical students and was a Lewis M. Fraad Scholar in Child Health.

Dr. Conway is the Division Chief of Pediatric Critical Care at the Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Beth Israel Medical Center/ Singer Division, and an Associate Chairman in the Milton and Bernice Stern Department of Pediatrics at the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. He was recently appointed Medical Director of the Singer Division of Beth Israel Medical Center.

Dr. Conway is very active in educational issues involving medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, and nurse practitioners, and was formerly the Director of the Pediatrie Critical Care Fellowship Training Program at the Children's Medical Center at Montefiore. He also served as the Director of the Research Training Course for Fellows in the Department of Pediatrics. He is the former Chairman of the Resident Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Education Committee of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and has helped develop an intraining examination that is currently being piloted in 70 pediatric intensive care units across the country.

Dr. Conway is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and has subboard certification in pediatric critical care. He is also a fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and the American College of Critical Care Medicine. He is a member of numerous sections of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Society of Critical Care Medicine and many intrahospital oemmittees, including pharmacy and therapeutics, infection control, and ethics.

Dr. Conway has authored more than 150 articles, chapters, and abstracts on a myriad of pediatric emergency and critical care topics. Most recently, he edited the 2000 Pediatric Critical Care Self-Assessment Program for the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He is an ad hoc journal reviewer for Chest, Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. He has edited 3 previous issues of Pediatric Annals and recently became a member of the editorial board. His specific areas of interest also include splanchnic ischemia, hyperthermia, nosocomial infections, pediatric head injuries, intracranial hypertension, and outcomes analysis.

Dr. Conway was one of tine recipients of the 1999 Singer/ Hellman Research Award to evaluate the biomechanics of shaken baby syndrome. Dr. Conway is a recipient of the 1999 Beth Israel Heart Award for outstanding performance, dedication, and commitment to patient care. He was recently listed in Best Doctors in the New York Metro Area and Best Doctors in America.…

Dr. Conway received his bachelor's degree in biology at Manhattan College, his master's degree in cell biology at Fordham University, and his medical degree at the State University of New York at Downstate. He completed his internship, residency, chief residency, and pediatric critical care fellowship training at the combined pediatrics program of Montefiore Medical Center and Jacobi Hospital, which are the teaching hospitals for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. During his training, he was the recipient of the Leon M. Davidoff Certificate of Distinction for the teaching of medical students and was a Lewis M. Fraad Scholar in Child Health.

Dr. Conway is the Division Chief of Pediatric Critical Care at the Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Beth Israel Medical Center/ Singer Division, and an Associate Chairman in the Milton and Bernice Stern Department of Pediatrics at the Beth Israel Medical Center in New York. He was recently appointed Medical Director of the Singer Division of Beth Israel Medical Center.

Dr. Conway is very active in educational issues involving medical students, residents, fellows, nurses, and nurse practitioners, and was formerly the Director of the Pediatrie Critical Care Fellowship Training Program at the Children's Medical Center at Montefiore. He also served as the Director of the Research Training Course for Fellows in the Department of Pediatrics. He is the former Chairman of the Resident Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Education Committee of the Society of Critical Care Medicine and has helped develop an intraining examination that is currently being piloted in 70 pediatric intensive care units across the country.

Dr. Conway is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and has subboard certification in pediatric critical care. He is also a fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians and the American College of Critical Care Medicine. He is a member of numerous sections of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Society of Critical Care Medicine and many intrahospital oemmittees, including pharmacy and therapeutics, infection control, and ethics.

Dr. Conway has authored more than 150 articles, chapters, and abstracts on a myriad of pediatric emergency and critical care topics. Most recently, he edited the 2000 Pediatric Critical Care Self-Assessment Program for the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He is an ad hoc journal reviewer for Chest, Pediatrics, Critical Care Medicine, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. He has edited 3 previous issues of Pediatric Annals and recently became a member of the editorial board. His specific areas of interest also include splanchnic ischemia, hyperthermia, nosocomial infections, pediatric head injuries, intracranial hypertension, and outcomes analysis.

Dr. Conway was one of tine recipients of the 1999 Singer/ Hellman Research Award to evaluate the biomechanics of shaken baby syndrome. Dr. Conway is a recipient of the 1999 Beth Israel Heart Award for outstanding performance, dedication, and commitment to patient care. He was recently listed in Best Doctors in the New York Metro Area and Best Doctors in America.

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