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In the spotlight

Kemi Mascoll-Robertson,M.D
TECaN District III Representative.
University of Maryland Medical Center

Dr. Mascoll-Robertson was born and raised in the beautiful sunlit Island of Barbados. She obtained her Medical Degree from The University of the West Indies (U.W.I) in 2004.

After completing medical internship in 2005, she enrolled in post graduate training in pediatrics at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Barbados. In 2011 Dr. Mascoll-Robertson completed pediatric residency training at Flushing Hospital Medical Center in Queens, New York and became an American Board Certified Pediatrician.  She moved to Maryland in June 2011, and presently works at The University of Maryland Medical Center where she is pursuing a pediatric subspecialty fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, which she hopes to complete in 2014. Dr. Mascoll-Robertson is also the District III representative, and sits on the executive council of The American Academy of Pediatrics, Trainees and Early Career Neonatologists Group (TECaN).

Her academic interests include non-invasive respiratory support and her research focuses on “The objective use of pulse oximetry to predict respiratory needs in preterm infants.” She also values and plans to contribute to Quality Improvement efforts in her future career.

 

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Meet TECaN


In 2008, the AAP Section on Perinatal Pediatrics sought to develop leaders among young neonatologists. Drs. Judy Aschner and Linda J. Van Marter engaged a focus group of post-residency training fellows in neonatology, who shared their ideas of a group which would cater to the career and life of young physicians in neonatology. SoPPe now has a group for trainees and early career neonatologists (within 7 years of their fellowship completion), TECaN.

Learn about TECaN here »

Featured Articles

"If it was meant to be easy and just done once, they would have
called it 'Search'..."

Clara Song, MD, FAAP

There is much to learn from any clinical investigative initiative. Whether successful or uncompleted, each process is a learning one. These recent JAMA articles focus on ethical and logistical aspects about the clinical trials by analyzing the research process, from design to reporting.

Prevalence, Characteristics and Publication of Discontinued Randomized Trials»
Reporting of Results in a ClinicalTrials.gov and High-Impact Journals »

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In the news

Featured App - NICU Nutrition Calculator


NICU Nutrition Calculator is designed for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch to help neonatologists, trainees, practitioners and nutritionists assess nutritional intake of infants on enteral and/or parenteral nutrition. This app calculates total caloric intake, protein intake, lipid intake as well as the breakdown from feeds versus TPN for a variety of different feeding formulas.  

NICU App »

Featured Event

Heads up, TECaN! That means Fellows and Early Career Neos


The Academy and Mead Johnson are offering educational grants for the 2014 Southeastern Association of Neonatologists (SAN) annual conference on May 22-25. 
Application: Applicants should send a (1) current copy of your curriculum vitae and (2) one page letter indicating interest and including a personal statement addressing how your conference attendance is expected to advance your career goals. 
Submit all materials to Clara Song.

The application deadline is March 31, 2014.  Scholarship awardees will be announced April 11, 2014.

NICU-Fellowship Programs


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AAP TECaN TWEETS

@ TECaNchat

The Trainees and Early Career Neonatologists (TECaN) group now has a twitter account to help disseminate important AAP information.

Please follow us on Twitter@TECaNchat.

Section on Perinatal Pediatrics

The Section on Perinatal Pediatrics is the home organization for specialists in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and also welcomes affiliate members working in related disciplines. At a membership of nearly 3,500, the Section is the largest specialty group of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Section's highest priority is to ensure optimal health and well-being of babies and mothers and this is accomplished through the Section's core activities in the realms of advocacy, education, outreach and support of clinicians and researchers.


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