Education and Training
DO - UMDNJ School of Osteopathic Medicine, Stratford, NJ
Rotating Intern - Crozer-Keystone Health System, Upland, PA
Pediatrics - St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, Philadelphia, PA
Sleep Medicine - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Pulmonology - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatric PulmonologyPediatrics – American Board of PediatricsSleep Medicine
Titles and Academic Titles
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Departments and Services
Understanding obstructive sleep apnea in children with craniofacial disorders.
Konstantinopoulou S, Tapia IE, Kim JY, Xanthopoulos MS, Radcliffe J, Cohen MS, Hanna BD, Pipan M, Cielo C, Thomas AJ, Zemel B, Amin R, Bradford R, Traylor J, Shults J, and Marcus CL.: Relationship between obstructive sleep apnea, cardiac complications and sleepiness in children with Down syndrome. Sleep Medicine 17: 18-24, January 2016.
Goldstein JA, Chung C, Paliga JT, Cielo C, Marcus CL, Lioy J, Bartlett S, Taylor JA. Mandibular distraction osteogenesis for the treatment of neonatal tongue-based airway obstruction. Journal of Craniofacial Surgery 2015;26: 634-41.
Cielo C, Silvestre J, Paliga J, Maguire M, Gallagher P, Marcus C, Taylor J. : Utility of screening for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in children with craniofacial disorders. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2014 Sep;134(3):434e-441e.
DelRosso LM, Cielo CM, D;Ulisse E, Elliot J, Galea L, Slavich L, Murphy M. Efficacy of sleep education in a Dominican Republic neighborhood through training of community health promoters. SLEEP 38 (Abstract Supplement): A437, 2015.
Cielo CM, DelRosso LM, Nixon GM, Meltzer LJ, Biggs SN, Traylor J, Marcus CL. Restless legs syndrome in children with a history of prematurity. SLEEP 38(Abstract Supplement): A376, 2015.
Konstantinopoulou S, Tapia IE, Cielo CM, Hanna BB, Cohen MS, Pipan M, Xanthopoulos M, Carroll ME, Bradford R, Marcus CL: Cardiac outcomes in children with Down syndrome and the obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Sleep 37 (abstract supplement): A336, 2014.
Cielo CM, Taylor JA, Vossough A, Bradford RM, Radcliffe J, Sullivan A, Marcus CM: Changes in the obstructive sleep apnea over the first year of life in infants with cleft palate. SLEEP 37 (abstract supplement): A332, 2014.
Konstantinopoulou S, Tapia IE, Sullivan A, Cielo CM, Radcliffe J, Pipan M, Hanna B, Gallagher PR, Carroll ME, Marcus CL: The association between polysomnographic parameters and neurocognitive and behavioral outcomes in children with Down syndrome. SLEEP 36 (abstract supplement0: A360, 2013.
Cielo CM, Taylor JA, Vossough A, Sullivan A, Radcliffe J, Bradford R, Marcus CL: Obstructive sleep apnea in infants with cleft palate and tongue-based airway obstruction. SLEEP 36 (abstract supplement): A387, 2013.
Cielo C, Marcus CL, Paliga JT, Taylor JT: Screening for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome in children with craniofacial disorders. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 187 (meeting abstracts): A5184, 2013.
Cielo C, Brooks LJ: A 4-month old boy with a history of prematurity, gastroesophageal reflux, and observed pauses in breathing during sleep. Case studies in polysomnography interpretation Basner RC (eds.). Cambridge university Press, Page: 30, 2012.
Cielo C, Brooks LJ: A patient with possible sleep-disordered breathing. Case studies in polysomnography interpretation. Basner RC (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Page: 29, 2012.
Cielo C, Marcus CL: A 3-year-old girl with a history of static encephalopathy and severe obstructive sleep apnea. Case studies in polysomnography interpretation. Basner RC (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Page: 32, 2012.
Cielo C, Marcus CL: A 7-day-old female with Pierre-Robin sequence and micrognathia. Case Studies in Polysomnography Interpretation. Basner RC (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Page: 31, 2012.
Posters and Presentations
Cielo, C. NJ Sleep Society "Sleep Medicine Year in Review" Presented at NJ Sleep Society annual conference
Awards and Honors
2014, Clinical Poster Winner/CHOP Research Poster Day, "Changes in obstructive sleep apnea over the first year of life in infants with cleft palate."
2013, Abstract Meritorious Award Sleep Research Society "Obstructive sleep apnea in infants with cleft palate and tongue-based airway obstruction."
2013, Clinical Poster Winner, CHOP Research Poster Day, "Obstructive sleep apnea in infants with cleft palate and tongue-based airway obstruction."
2013, Invited Attendee, American Academy of Sleep Medicine Young Investigator Research Forum
2012-2014, Junior Investigator Pilot Grant Program recipient/CHOP Clinical and Translational Research Center
2008, Golden Stethoscope teaching Award Drexel Medical College
Editorial and Academic Positions
2016-Present, Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, Reviewer
2015-Present, Sleep Medicine Reviews, Reviewer
2015-Present, Pediatric Pulmonology, Reviewer
2015-Present, International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, Reviewer
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2014-Present, American Heart Association
2012-present, Sleep Research Society
2012-present, American Academy of Sleep Medicine
2012-present, American Thoracic Society
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