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Jennifer Reed DiBiagio, M.D.

  • Instructor of Pediatrics
Female

Expertise

Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics

Locations

The Johns Hopkins Hospital

600 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21287 map
Phone: 410-955-6146 | Fax: 410-614-7339

Background

Titles

  • Instructor of Pediatrics

Departments / Divisions

Education

Degrees

  • MD; Drexel University College of Medicine (2017)

Residencies

  • Pediatrics; Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2020)

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics) (2020)

Research & Publications

Selected Publications

DiBiagio JR, Lloyd MC.  Chapter 8 – Dermatology. In: Kleinman K, McDaniel L, Molloy M, editors. The Harriet Lane Handbook.  22nd ed. Philadelphia (PA): Elsevier. May 2020

Devulapalli C, Wei ATJ , DiBiagio JR, Baez ML, Baltodano PA, Seal SM, Sacks JM, Cooney CM, Rosson GD. Primary versus Flap Closure of Perineal Defects following Oncologic Resection: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 137(5): 1602-1613, May 2016

DiBiagio JR, Pyle T, Green JJ. Reviewing the use of imiquimod for molluscum contagiosum.  Dermatology Online Journal. 24(6): 1-4, June 2018

DiBiagio JR, Joshi SG, Allen HB. Alzheimer’s disease: A Commentary on Biofilms, Beta Amyloid and their Locations. Journal of Infectious Diseases & Preventive Medicine. 4(2): 140-141, 2016

Woodard A, Le T, DiBiagio JR, Goldenberg N, Cohen B. Update to Tinea Capitis Management in Children: Findings from a Two-Center Retrospective Cohort Study and Concomitant Survey Study. The Florida Pediatrician. 38(4):24-25, October 2019

Activities & Honors

Honors

  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society
  • The Drexel University College of Medicine Award for Contribution to Peer Development

Videos & Media

Lectures and Presentations

  • A comparison of nerve transfers, cross-facial nerve grafting, and the “baby-sitter” technique in reanimation of acquired facial paralysis and role of surgical timing.
    Poster, The 5th Annual Johns Hopkins / University of Maryland Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Research Symposium
  • The impact of patient reported physical fitness on pain, daily life activities, and quality of life following breast reconstruction surgery.
    Poster, Drexel University College of Medicine – Discovery Day
  • Surgical site complications with primary versus flap closure of pelvic defects following abdominoperineal resection (APR) or pelvic exenteration (PE): a systematic review and meta analysis.
    Poster, Drexel University College of Medicine – Medical Student Research Day
  • The important impact of non-vascular findings in CT angiography preoperative planning for autologous free flap breast reconstruction.
    Podium, The 5th Annual Johns Hopkins / University of Maryland Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Research Symposium
  • 3 year old with refusal to bear weight and bilateral leg bruising.
    Podium, Barton Childs Case Conference – The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • 5 year old with fever and abdominal pain.
    Podium, Barton Childs Case Conference – The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • The Primary Pediatrician’s Role in Adolescent Female Athletes ACL Tear Prevention
    Podium, The Johns Hopkins Hospital Pediatric Grand Round Warm Up
  • Ethics Case Presentation and Panel Discussion
    Podium, The Sam Brenner Family Fund Lecture and Symposium in Pediatrics and Ethics

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