Education and Training
MD - Perelman School of Medicine at University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatrics - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Pediatrics - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA (Chief Resident)
Titles and Academic Titles
Co-Director, Continuing Medical Education, CHOP at Virtua Pediatrics
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Mittal S, Marlowe L, et al (2019). Successful Use of Quality Improvement Methodology to Reduce Inpatient Length of Stay in Bronchiolitis Through Judicious Use of Intermittent Pulse Oximetry. Hospital Pediatrics 9(2); 73-78.
Mittal S, Marlowe L, Elliot D, Gifford D, Ritenour K, Topol H (2019). Index of Suspicion: Two Preschoolers with Fever. Pediatrics in Review 40 (4); 197-201.
Yan C, Laguna BA, Marlowe LE, Keller MD, Treat JR (2014). Herpes Zoster duplex bilateralis in an immunocompetent adolescent boy: a case report and literature review. Pediatr Dermatology 31(3); 341-4.
Marlowe L, Mistry RD, Coffin S, Leckerman KH, McGowan KL, Dai D, Bell LM, Zaoutis T (2010). Blood culture contamination rates after skin antisepsis with chlorhexidine gluconate versus povidone-iodine in a pediatric emergency department. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 31(2):171-6
Thompson A, Davis DH, Dominguez TE, Schultz S, Marlowe L, Huh JW, Helfaer MA (2009). Association of Rapid Head Growth in Children Following Tracheostomy Tube Placement. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. 23(5):298-302
Marlowe L, Peila R, Benke KS, Hardy J, White LR, Launer LJ, Myers A (2006). Insulin-Degrading Enzyme Haplotypes Affect Insulin Levels but Not Dementia Risk. Neurodegenerative Diseases 3 (6):320-326.
Friedlaender E and Marlowe L. “Interosseous Infusions,” Comprehensive Pediatric Hospital Medicine, 2nd Edition. 2017.
Posters and Presentations
Mittal S, Marlowe L, et al. Reducing Length of Stay for Inpatient Febrile Young Infants. Poster- Hospital Medicine Division. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference Exhibition 2018; Orlando, FL.
Mittal S, Marlowe L, et al. Reducing Length of Stay and Resource Utilization to improve value of care for Bronchiolitis Patients at a Community Hospital. Poster- Hospital Medicine Division. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference Exhibition 2017; Chicago, IL.
Awards and Honors
2012, Penn Pearl Medical Student Teaching Award
2009, Clinical Prize in Epidemiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
2005-2009, Twenty-First Century (Gamble) Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Editorial and Academic Positions
Academic and Institutional Committees
2018-present, Rotation Site Director, CHOP Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellows Community Hospitalist Rotation, CHOP at Virtua
2016-present, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Champion, CHOP at Virtua
2014-present, Continuing Medical Education Committee
2014-present, Rotation Site Director, CHOP Community Hospitalist Individualized Educational Unit (IEU) for Senior Residents, CHOP at Virtua
2014-present, Course Co-Director, CHOP at Virtua Spring and Fall Educational Symposiums
2013-present, Course Director, CHOP Network Hospitalist Grand Rounds
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2009-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
- 2013-present, Section of Hospital Medicine
Patient Experience Ratings
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