Dr. Mularoni specializes in sports medicine at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. He graduated from Michigan State University with an undergraduate degree in Biology from the Lyman Briggs College of Science. He completed Medical school at the American University of the Caribbean where he achieved honors in his third and fourth year clinical rotations at Ascension Health Hospitals in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Mularoni completed his Pediatric Residency at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit, Michigan. His Fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine was completed in Atlanta, Georgia through Emory University.
While at Emory University, Dr. Mularoni completed research on procedural pain reduction in the emergency setting and was awarded the American Academy of Pediatrics Willis Wingert award for best fellow research. He has continued conducting research at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hopsital looking at best practice for procedural sedation in reduction of Pediatric forearm fractures. His current research interests include concussion management and prognosis in patients with mild traumatic brain injuries. He is the chairman of the Medical Emergency Committee. Dr. Mularoni lectures internationally on Pediatric Emergency and Sports related topics and is a regular contributor to Fox television's Good Day show.
Dr. Mularoni is married to Kim Mularoni who is a Pediatrician in St. Petersburg and together they have three children. During free time, Dr. Mularoni competes in Running, Triathlon and stand up paddle boarding races.