Natalie Cvijanovich, MD

 

Dr. Cvijanovich has a post-doctoral Critical Care Fellowship in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland and is Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California San Francisco.

Dr. Cvijanovich received her MD degree from Duke University School of Medicine. She then completed two years of general surgery residency at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, before changing career paths to pediatrics. She completed residency and chief residency at Primary Children's Medical Center/University of Utah School of Medicine. She completed fellowship training in Pediatric Critical Care at Primary Children's Medical Center as well. Her research interests include critical care nutrition, traumatic brain injury and injury prevention. She is currently primary investigator of a study titled "Safety and dose-escalation study of zinc supplementation in pediatric critical illness." She is the site PI for a multicenter study of genomics of systemic inflammatory response in children being conducted primarily at Cincinnati Children University.  She is interested in international child health and has participated in several Operation Smile missions.

 

 

 

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