Daria Murosko, MD, MPH
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MD - Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Basic Life Support (BLS)Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
MPH - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Murosko, D. Hansbury, A., Costello, E., Stulac, S., Kistin, C., Augustyn, M., Bair-Merritt, M, Wachman, E.. (2019). Inpatient, emergency room and primary care utilization in opioid-exposed infants in their first six months of life. Poster presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting; Baltimore, MD.
Murosko, D., Audi, Z., He, Y., Gall, J., Zheng, D., Rainer, T., Ludomirsky, A., Wingerter, S.. (2018). Acceptance and perceived benefits of conference-based storytelling sessions on pediatric resident wellness. Poster presented at: Association of Pediatric Program Directors Annual Meeting; Atlanta, GA.
Murosko, D., Lorch, S.. (2016). Residential racial segregation is associated with intraventricular hemorrhage in premature infants. Poster presented at: Eastern Societies for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting; Philadelphia, PA.
Murosko, D.C., Krechmer, M. & Huling, K.. (2012). Bridging the Pap: Women's Health and Nutrition Education. Poster presented at: Bridging the Gaps Poster Symposium; Philadelphia, PA.
Murosko, D., Passerella, M., Lorch, S. (2016). The impact of residential racial segregation on intraventricular hemorrhage in preterm infants: a propensity score analysis. Oral Presentation presented at: Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting; Baltimore, MD.
Women's Health Scholar Certificate
Alpha Omega Alpha (Member of AOA)
Gold Humanism Honor Society (Member of GHHS)
American Academy of Pediatrics, Association of Pediatric Program Directors, Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society, Phi Lambda Upsilon National Chemistry Honor Society, Order of Omega Greek Leadership Society
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