Catenaccio E,* Rochlin JM, Simon HK. Differences in Lifetime Earning Potential for Pediatric Subspecialists. Pediatrics. 2021. Published online ahead of print March 8th, 2021. Selected for an online video abstract. *Corresponding author
Catenaccio E,* Rochlin JM, Simon HK. Association of Lifetime Earning Potential and Workforce Distribution Among Pediatric Subspecialists. JAMA Pediatrics 2021. Published online ahead of print June 28th, 2021. *Corresponding author
Catenaccio E,* Rochlin JM, Simon HK. Differences in Lifetime Earning Potential Between Pediatric and Adult Physicians. Pediatrics. 2021. Published online ahead of print July 30th, 2021. Selected for an online video abstract. *Corresponding author
Catenaccio E, Riggs BJ, Sun LR, Urrutia VC, Johnson B, Gonzalez Torriente A, Felling RJ. Performance of a Pediatric Stroke Alert Team Within a Comprehensive Stroke Center. J Child Neurol. 2020 Aug;35(9):571-577.
Rubin T, Catenaccio E*, Fleysher R, Hunter LE, Lubin N, Stewart WF, Kim M, Lipton RB, Lipton ML. MRI Defined White Matter Microstructure Alteration Associated with Soccer Heading is More Extensive in Women Than in Men. Radiology. 2018 Nov;289(2):478-486. *Joint first author on this manuscript.
Catenaccio E, Mu W, Kaplan A, Fleysher R, Kim N, Bachrach T, Zughaft Sears M, Jaspan O, Caccese J, Kim M, Wagshul M, Stewart WF, Lipton RB, Lipton ML. Characterization of Neck Strength in Healthy Young Adults. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2017 Sep;9(9):884-891.
Catenaccio E, Caccese J, Wakschlag N, Fleysher R, Kim N, Kim M, Buckley TA, Stewart WF, Lipton RB, Kaminski T, Lipton ML. Validation and calibration of HeadCount, a self-report measure for quantifying heading exposure in soccer players. Res Sports Med. 2016 Oct-Dec;24(4):416-425.
Posters and Presentations
Catenaccio E, Rochlin JR, Simon HK. The Impact of Differences in Lifetime Earning Potential on Pediatric Subspecialty Workforce Distribution. Oral Presentation at the Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) Conference, May 2nd, 2021. Virtual.
Catenaccio E, Kahn SJ, Meoded A, Soares BP, Graham E, Burton VJ; Gerner G, Parkinson C; Northington FJ; Everett A; Tekes A. Tissue microstructural injury and volume loss in neonatal hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. Oral presentation at the American Society for Pediatric Neuroradiology (ASPNR) Conference, January 10th, 2020. Miami, FL.
Catenaccio E, Kahn SJ, Meoded A, Soares BP, Graham E, Burton VJ, Gerner G, Parkinson C, Northington FJ, Tekes A, Everett A. Serum tau protein correlates with neonatal hypoxic ischemic white matter injury using advanced MRI analysis. Oral presentation at the Pediatric Academic Society (PAS) Conference, April 30th, 2019. Baltimore, MD. *Winner of a PAS Travel Award
Riggs BJ, Sun LR, Catenaccio E, Gonzalez Torriente A, Felling RJ. The Pediatric Stroke Alert System: Evaluation of Time to Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Childhood Stroke. Poster presented at the International Stroke Conference. February 6th-9th, 2019, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Awards and Honors
2020, Alpha Omega Alpha (AΩA) Honor Medical Society
2016, Andrew Doyle Award for Excellence in Neurology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Editorial and Academic Positions
2021-present, Pediatrics, peer review
2021-present, Pediatric Neurology, peer review
2020-present, American Journal of Neuroradiology, peer review
2019-present, Journal of Child Neurology, peer review
2017-present, Research in Sports Medicine, peer review
Editorial Board appointments
2019-2021, Journal of Child Neurology, Residents and Fellows Board
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