Olufunke Afolabi-Brown, Michael Marcus, Irina Kazachkova, Kathryn Fitzgerald, Jessica Erkman, Ripple Sandhu, Peter Homel, Mikhail Kazachkov: Childhood Obesity, Pulmonary Function And Airway Hyperreactivity. Am J Respir Crit Care Med May 2015.
Posters and Presentations
Lectures by Invitation
Afolabi-Brown O. Respiratory Failure, Septicemia/DIC/HUS as a Presentation of Cystic Fibrosis in a Child with Homozygous S549 mutation. Presented at: American Thoracic Society conference; 2016 May; San Francisco, CA.
Afolabi-Brown O. Central Hypoventilation Syndrome. Grand Rounds presented at: St Christopher's Hospital for Children; 2016 Mar; Philadelphia, PA.
Afolabi-Brown O. Pediatric Pulmonary Disorders. Presented at: Department of Physician Assistant studies, University of the Sciences; 2016 Feb; Philadelphia, PA.
Afolabi-Brown O. Pediatric Pulmonary Disorders. Presented at: Department of Physician Assistant studies, University of the Sciences; 2015 Feb; Philadelphia, PA.
Awards and Honors
2011, Section on Pediatrics Recognition Award, New York Academy of Medicine
2011, Award for Excellence in Pediatric Pulmonary, Maimonides Medical Center
2010, Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program
Leadership and Memberships
2016-present, American Academy of Sleep Medicine
2012-present, American Thoracic Society
2007-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
Patient Experience Ratings
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