Sharon McGrath-Morrow, MBA, MD, is Associate Chief of the Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine and leader of the Post-preemie Lung Disease Clinic at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She holds the Robert Gerard Morse Endowed Chair in Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine.
1992-1995, Parker B. Francis Fellowship Award, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
1998, Selected KO8 recipient to present research at the American Thoracic Society International Conference, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute
2008, "Best Doctors", Baltimore Magazine
2011, "Best Doctors" U.S. News Top Doctors
2012, "Super Doctors", Washington, DC/Baltimore/Northern Virginia
2013-2019, America's Top Doctors- Castle Connolly
2013-2014, Baltimore Magazine- Top Doctor
2016-2020, Baltimore Magazine- Top Doctor
2018, Selected- The 125 Living the Hopkins Mission honoree
Leadership and Memberships
2010-Present, Reviewer for Action Medical Research, Great Britain
2012-Present, Reviewer for the European Respiratory Society Scientific Committee
Patient Experience Ratings
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