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Academic General Pediatrics
Phone: 346-227-7275
Fax: 713-396-1995


Texas Children's Hospital Primary Care Practice at Palm Center
5400 Griggs Road
Suite 101
Houston, TX 77021

Armando G. Correa, MD

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Academic General Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Baylor College of Medicine Fellowship Pediatric Infectious Disease 1993
Central Texas Medical Foundation Residency Pediatrics 1991
Central Texas Medical Foundation Internship Pediatrics 1989
Instituto Tech Y De Estudios Superiores De Monterr Medical School Doctor of Medicine 1987


Armando G. Correa, MD, is an Assistant Professor in the Section of Academic General Pediatrics in the Department of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Correa received his medical degree from Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico, followed by his internship and residency training in pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Austin and pediatric infectious disease fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine. His research interests include periodic fever syndromes, vaccine safety, and immunization. He is certified in both pediatrics and infectious diseases by the American Board of Pediatrics and has authored more than 20 scientific articles and provides independent safety monitoring for clinical trials involving newer vaccines, such asH1N1 (2009) influenza and rotavirus.He is also collaborating in a study tovalidate a new biomarker of cell death in pediatric type 1 diabetes.


Organization Name Role
American Academy of Pediatrics Member
American Academy of Pediatrics Fellow
Infectious Diseases Society of America Member
Pediatric Infectious Disease Society Member

Selected Publications

Block S, Correa AG: Update on the management of pediatric acute otitis media and acute bacterial sinusitis. Contemporary Pediatrics 2006; 23:1-12.

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