Education and Training
DO - Philadelphia College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatrics - Philadelphia College of Medicine, PA
Internal Medicine/Pediatrics - Morristown Memorial Hospital, NJ (Chief Resident)
Adolescent Medicine - Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, NY
Adolescent MedicineInternal MedicinePediatrics – American Board of Pediatrics
Titles and Academic Titles
Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Departments and Services
Calderoni, ME, This Is How Parents Can Support Their Transgender Child, Rockland County Parent - Ask the Expert, www.nymetroparent.com, 2017
Calderoni, ME, Is My Teenager Moody or Is It Depression, Rockland County Parent - Ask the Expert, www.nymetroparent.com, 2017.
Calderoni ME, Alderman EA, Silver EJ, Bauman LJ, The Mental Health Impact of 9/11 on Inner City high school students 20 miles north of ground zero, Journal of Adolescent Health, vol. 39:57-65, 2006.
Calderoni ME, Coupey SM.: Combined Hormonal Contraception. Adolesc Med Clin. 16(3): 517-37, Oct 2005.
Haggerty R , Friedman S , with the Research Assist of Calderoni ME. History of Development-Behavioral Pediatrics, J Dev Behav Pediatr Supp 24:1S, 2003
Posters and Presentations
Calderoni, ME, "The Importance of Sleep and Relaxation" lecture given to Health science majors, Dominican College, NY, 2017
Calderoni ME, "He, She, They...What does it all Mean?", lecture given to Pediatric Department Crystal run healthcare, 2017
Calderoni, ME, " Eating Disorders in Adolescents, lecture given to Orange and Rockland county high school nurses, psychologists, guidance and health educators , Monroe NY, 2017.
Calderoni, ME, "Love our body inside and out", lecture for health science majors, Rockland County Community College, NY, 2017.
Calderon, ME, "Mellow Your Mood", Semiannual lecture given to Crystal Run Healthcare young physicians program, West Nyack and Monroe NY, 2016, 2017.
Awards and Honors
2017, Top Clinical Performer, Crystal Run Healthcare
2017, Core Value Award, Crystal Run Healthcare
2003, Honorarium for the best presentation at the New York Academy of Medicine, Section of Pediatrics Residents Night
1999, A. Lester Granet Humanitarian Award
1999, Susan Mantone Award for Excellence in Primary Care
1997, Freda O. Vickers Family Practice Award
1996, Clifford G. Dorf Memorial Scholarship
1992 & 1993, AT&T Director Achievement Award
1989 & 1991, AT&T Regional Sales Vice President Award
1988 & 1990, AT&T Sales Vice President Award
1987, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Customer Care Award
1986, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Woman’s Committee Excellence Award
Editorial and Academic Positions
2007-present, Journal of Adolescent Health, Reviewer
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2002-present, Society for Adolescent Medicine
2001-present, American Medical Association
1997-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
Patient Experience Ratings
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