Jon Maniaci, MD
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MD - Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC
Pediatrics Resident, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN
Maniaci, Jon, Lisa R. Young, Melissa A. Holmes and Paul E. Moore. “Cough and Cystic Masses in a 2 Month Old.” C83 Pediatric Clinical Chest Rounds. American Thoracic Society (2019): A7498-A7498.
Devarajan, Sunjay R.., Brenna Cannon, Sebastian Cousins, Jon Maniaci, Carey Roberts, Catherine Spaulding, Poorva Vaidya, and Steven D. Nathan. "The impact of right ventricular diastolic pressure on mortality in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis." Biomarkers and prognostic factors in ILD, American Thoracic Society (2017):A5445-A5445.
Maniaci, Jon R., and Stone, Anne E. “Cough and Cystic Masses in a Two Month Old.” Clinical Chest Rounds, American Thoracic Society International Conference, 21 May 2019, Omni Hotel, Dallas, TX. Conference Presentation.
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