Siegel Alyssa, MD: Lice. 5-Minute Pediatric Consult. Schwartz, MW (eds.). Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Page: 506, 2012.
Harrison A: Pediatric Puzzler: Is it all in her head? Intermittent headache and vomiting in a 12-year old. Contemporary Pediatrics 8(25), 2002.
Zsolway Kathleen DO, Harrison Alyssa MD, Honig Paul MD: Diaper Rash in a Young Infant. Pediatric Case Reviews 2(4): 220-225, October 2002.
Posters and Presentations
Siegel A. Building a Bridge from Pediatric to Adult Care, Values Into Action, Webinar
Siegel A. My Doctor's Appointment is About Me!, National Down Syndrome Society Adult Summit, Webinar
Siegel A. Transition of Care for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Building a Bridge from Pediatrics to Adulthood, Department of Pediatrics, Penn Medicine at Princeton
Siegel A. Grab a Parachute: Transitioning to Adulthood Without Falling Off a Cliff, FACES4Autism, Somers Point, NJ
Siegel A. Grab a Parachute: Transitioning to Adulthood Without Falling Off a Cliff, National Down Syndrome Congress, Webinar
Siegel A. Healthcare Transition for Adolescents/Young Adults with Down Syndrome, Down Syndrome Medical Interest Annual Symposium, Dallas, Texas. Jul, 2018.
Siegel A. Not a Kid Anymore: Preparing for the Transition from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care, World Down Syndrome Congress, Glasgow Scotland. Jul, 2018.
Siegel A. Preparing for the Transition from Pediatric to Adult Medical Care, Florida Down Syndrome Conference, Orlando, Florida. Feb, 2018.
Siegel A. Preparing Families of Youths With Down Syndrome for the Transition to Adulthood, Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action Leadership Conference, Denver, Colorado. Feb, 2018.
Siegel A. Not a kid anymore: Preparing for the transition from pediatric to adult medical care. The National Down Syndrome Congress, Sacramento, California. Jul, 2017,
Siegel A. Not a kid anymore: Preparing for the transition from pediatric to adult medical care. The Canadian Down Syndrome Society Conference, Alberta, Canada. May, 2017.
Siegel A. This is what I heard about Down Syndrome: FACT or FICTION, The Canadian Down Syndrome Society Conference, Alberta, Canada. May, 2017.
Siegel A. You and Your Physician: A True Health Care Team, National Down Syndrome Congress, Orlando, Florida. Jul, 2016.
Siegel A. You and Your Physician: A True Health Care team, 10th Annual Trisomy 21 Symposium, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. May, 2016.
Siegel A. The Parent-Physician Partnership, The Canadian Down Syndrome Society Conference, Montreal, Canada. May, 2016.
Awards and Honors
2020, Healthcare Provider of the Year, Finalist, NJBIZ
2019, Public Health Innovator Award, State of New Jersey, Department of Health
2018-2020, 2022, Philadelphia Magazine's Top Doctors in Pediatrics
Editorial and Academic Positions
2004-present, Practical Reviews in Pediatrics, monthly contributor
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2017-present, Down Syndrome Medical Interest Group
1997-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
Patient Experience Ratings
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