Coralee Del Valle Mojica, MD, MPH, is an attending physician in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia who sees patients in the Outpatient Infectious Diseases Clinic.
Lamb GS, Del Valle Mojica C, Srinivas N, Starke J. Central Nervous System Infections Caused by Mycobacterium abscessus: Ventricular Shunt Infection in Two Pediatric Patients and Literature Review. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2019 May;38(5):e99-e104
Posters and Presentations
Del Valle Mojica C, Gans H, Chen SF. Adenovirus Relationship to Rejection: Two sides of the coin. 10th Congress of International Pediatric and Transplant Association (IPTA), Vancouver, BC, Canada from May 4-7, 2019 Notes: podium presentation
Del Valle Mojica C, Chen SF, Gans H.: Host factors and clinical spectrum of Adenovirus infection in pediatric solid organ transplantation: a closer look at the infant, the toddler and the child. Pediatric Research Retreat, Stanford, CA, April 2018 Notes: poster presentation.
Del Valle Mojica C, Chen SF, Gans H.: Host factors and clinical spectrum of Adenovirus infection in pediatric solid organ transplantation: a closer look at the infant, the toddler and the child. American Society of Transplantation Conference, Seattle, WA, June 2018 Notes: poster presentation.
Del Valle Mojica C, Chen SF, Gans H.: A New Perspective on Disseminated Adenovirus Infection in Pediatric Solid Organ Transplantation. 2018 ID Week, San Francisco, CA, Oct. 2018 Notes: poster presentation.
Del Valle Mojica C, Gans H, Chen SF.: Time to infection and high levels of adenoviral DNAemia predict cidofovir use after solid organ transplantation in pediatric recipients. International Pediatric Transplant Association (IPTA) 2018 Symposium in Organ Transplantation in Children, San Juan, Costa Rica, November 2018, Notes: podium presentation
Lectures by Invitation
Del Valle Mojica C. "Working with Interpreters to Improve the Care of Patients and Families with Limited English Proficiency Workshop." Annual Student National Medical Association Conference (SNMAC), San Francisco, CA, March 2018
2018, Symposium in Organ Transplantation in Children, Fellow/trainee travel grant, The International Pediatric Transplant Association
Editorial and Academic Positions
2018-2019, Fellows Council Member, Stanford University, School of Medicine
2017-2019, Member, Program Evaluation Committee, Pediatric Infectious Disease Division, Stanford University, School of Medicine
2017-2018, Member, Graduate Medical Education Residents and Fellows Diversity Group, Stanford University, School of Medicine
Leadership and Memberships
2010-present American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
- Member, 2010-present
- Fellow, 2016-present
2012-present American Medical Association (AMA) (Member)
2016-present Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) (Member)
2016-present Pediatric Infectious Disease Society (PIDS) (Member)
2017-present American Society of Transplantation (AST) (Member, Trainee and Young Faculty and Pediatrics Communities of Practice)
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