Curtis E. Kennedy, MD

Department or Service


  • Texas Medical Center


Critical Care

Phone: 832-826-6230
Fax: 832-825-6229

Contact Information

6651 Main Street
MC E1420
Houston, TX 77030
United States
Texas US

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Section of Critical Care Medicine

Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Baylor College of Medicine fellowship Pediatric Critical Care 2003
Baylor College of Medicine residency Pediatrics 2000
Baylor College of Medicine internship Pediatrics 1998
Baylor College of Medicine medical school Doctor of Medicine 1997


Dr. Kennedy's primary research focus is on predictive modeling of cardiac arrest in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Through application of predictive modeling and data mining algorithms on physiologic and laboratory data trends, he is pursuing the creation of a clinically useful predictive model of cardiac arrest that will provide caregivers with advanced warning of impending arrests, thereby allowing for preventative measures that will abort the arrest or minimize its impact on the patient. His secondary research focus is on providing bedside decision support to clinicians by leveraging information in hospital information to automatically calculate derived measures that are used in making clinical decisions. Many of the decisions clinicians make in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit are based on data elements that must be calculated from multiple pieces of raw data in order to determine their value. By providing automated calculations, he hopes to improve the accuracy and consistency of data used in caring for PICU patients.


Organization Name Role
American Academy of Pediatrics Member
American Medical Information Association Member
Society of Critical Care Medicine Member

Selected Publications

Kennedy CE, Turley JP. Time series analysis as input for clinical predictive modeling: Modeling cardiac arrest in a pediatric ICU. Theoretical Biology andMedical Modeling 2011 Oct 24;8(1):40.