Education and Training
MD - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Pediatrics - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Child Neurology - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Headache - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Academic and Institutional Committees
2020-present, Department of Pediatrics Diversity, Equity, and Antiracism Committee
2020-present, Penn Neurology Diversity and Inclusion Resident Education Committee
Departments and Services
Anto M, Jaffee S, Tietjen G, Mendizabal A, Szperka C. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Frequent Headache by Adolescent Self-Report. Pediatr Neurol. 2021 Aug;121:51-55. doi: 10.1016/j.pediatrneurol.2021.04.004. Epub 2021 Apr 16. PMID: 34147819.
Mendizabal, S; Nathan, C; Khankhanian, P; Anto, M; Young, GJ; Breen, L; Dahodwala, N. Adverse Childhood Experiences in Patients with Neurological Disease. Accepted for publication by Neurology Clinical Practice, August, 2021.
Kiarashi J, VanderPluym J, Szperka CL, Turner S, Minen MT, Broner S, Ross AC, Wagstaff AE, Anto M, Marzouk M, Monteith TS, Rosen N, Manrriquez SL, Seng E, Finkel A, Charleston L 4th. Factors Associated With, and Mitigation Strategies for, Healthcare Disparities Faced by Patients With Headache Disorders. Neurology. 2021 Jun 9:10.1212.
Karvounides D, Marzouk M, Ross AC, VanderPluym JH, Pettet C, Ladak A, Ziplow J, Patterson Gentile C, Turner S, Anto M, Barmherzig R, Chadehumbe M, Kalkbrenner J, Malavolta CP, Clementi MA, Gerson T, Szperka CL. The intersection of COVID-19, school, and headaches: Problems and solutions. Headache. 2020 Dec 31.
Anto, M; Stephenson, D; Szperka, CL. Pediatric Headache Chapter. In Netter’s Pediatrics. (2nd ed., anticipated publication 2021). Saunders Books.
Posters and Presentations
Anto, M. Jaffe, S; Tietjen, G; Mendizabal, A; Szperka, C. Self-Reported ACE Exposure in Adolescents Increases Odds of Frequent Headache. American Neurological Association Virtual Annual Meeting ,October, 2020.
Anto, M. Jaffe, S; Tietjen, G; Mendizabal, A; Szperka, C. ACE Exposure and Adolescent Headache. Child Neurology Society Virtual Annual Meeting, October, 2020.
Mendizabal, S; Nathan, C; Khankhanian, P; Anto, M; Clyburn, C; Younfg, GJ, Breen, L; Acaba-Berrocal, A; Dahodwala, N. Adverse Childhood Experiences in Patients with Neurological Disease, American Neurological Association National Meeting, October, 2020.
Latuska, R; Vossough, A; Chadehumbe, M, Anto, M; Saunder, J; Hughes, N. Evaluation of a Fast-Screening Brain MRI in the Pediatric Emergency Department. Abstract. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference, October, 2020.
Anto, M. “Self-Reported ACE Exposure in Adolescents Increases Odds of Frequent Headache.” Oral Platform Presentation, Data Blitz Joint American Neurological Association-American Headache Society Interest Group, ANAVirtual Annual Meeting,10/2020.
Anto, M. “Headache Evaluation and Treatment.” Teleconference for Foundation for African Medical Education, Karatu, Tanzania, 10/2020.
Awards and Honors
2021-2022, American Headache Society Clinical Fellowship Award Recipient
2021-2022, Penn/CHOP NeuroNext Fellowship Award Recipient
2021, International Headache Academy
2021, American Academy of Neurology Enhanced Resident Leadership Program
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2020-present, American Neurological Association
2019-present, American Headache Society
2018-present, American Academy of Neurology
2018-present, Child Neurology Society
2016-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
Patient Experience Ratings
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