Education and Training
MD - University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO
Pediatrics - Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC
Critical Care Medicine - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA
Health Policy - Milken Institute of Public Health, George Washington University, Washington DC
Child Health Advocacy and Public Policy (CHAPP) Certificate - Children’s National Medical Center, Washington DC
Titles and Academic Titles
Departments and Services
Disparities in healthcare and health outcomes
Urban underserved care
Community based participatory research
Morphine activates neuroinflammation in a manner parallel to endotoxin. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. (Wang, Xiaohui; Loram, Lisa; Ramos, Khara; de Jesus, Armando; Thomas, Jacob; Cheng, Kui; Reddy, Anireddy; Somogyi, Andrew; Hutchinson, Mark; Watkins, Linda; Yin, Hang, 2012).
Intrathecal injection of an alpha seven nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonist attenuates gp120-induced mechanical allodynia and spinal pro-inflammatory cytokine profiles in rats. Brain, Behavior and Immunity. (Loram LC, Chao L, Taylor FR, Reddy A, Travis CL, Tracey K, Maier SF, Watkins LR, 2010).
Posters and Presentations
2019 Pediatric Academic Societies: Socioeconomic Disparities in Sepsis Mortality. Reddy, A., Badalato, G., Chamberlain, J. & Goyal, M.
2018 American Academy of Pediatrics: Section on Critical Care: Socioeconomic Disparities in Sepsis Mortality. Reddy, A., Badalato, G., Chamberlain, J. & Goyal, M.
2018 Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Socioeconomic Disparities in Sepsis Mortality. Reddy, A., Badalato, G., Chamberlain, J. & Goyal, M.
Redman, R. M., Reinsvold, M. C., Reddy, A., Bennett, P. E., Hoerauf, J. M., Puls, K. M. & Meredith, J. J. (2017). A successful model for longitudinal community-engaged health research: the 2040 Partners for Health Student Program. Family Practice, 34(3), 341-346.
The Journey to Wisdom. Letters to a Third-Year Student: An Annual Publication for the School of Medicine. Editors Therese Jones, PhD and Anjali Dhurandhar, MD. Arts and Humanities in Healthcare Program: University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. April 2016.
Awards and Honors
2018, Best In-Training Abstract Award at Section on Critical Care, American Academy of Pediatrics
2016, Gold Humanism Honor Society
2015-2016, University Physicians Inc. Diversity Scholarship Recipient
2015-2016, CU-SOM Merit Scholarship Recipient
2015, Ruskin Family Award
2014-2015, University Physicians Inc. Diversity Scholarship Recipient
2014, Award for Outstanding Class Service — Medical Student Council
2013, Adler Mentored Scholarly Activity Award Recipient
2011-2012, Colorado Medical Society Scholar
2012, Impact Denver Class of 2012
2011, Summa Cum Laude –University of Colorado at Boulder
2011, College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s List –University of Colorado at Boulder
2009, University of Colorado Medical Scholar
2011, CU-Boulder Leader of the Year
2007-2011, Boettcher Scholar
2007-2011, Presidents Leadership Class
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