Fabio Savorgnan, MD
I went to medical school at the Universidad Nacional De Asuncion in Paraguay. I completed my Pediatrics residency at the Bronx Lebanon Hospital in New York. After I completed my pediatric residency, I went on to complete two Fellowships: Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine and Pediatric Critical Care and a third fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology, which I completed on June 30, 2016. Currently I am at Texas Children Baylor College of Medicine as an Assistance Professor in the department of critical care. My Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship, Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship, and Pediatric Cardiology fellowship have provided me with a thorough clinical background. I am confident that my training and experience have provided me with the skills and knowledge to be a valuable asset to the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit serving newborns with Congenital Heart Disease, and patients with Congenital Heart Disease in general. I would like to enhance my foundations in research by becoming a pioneer in fusing the randomized control trial (currently the gold standard way to perform research in the medical field) with big data which I believe to be the future Key to Self-learning Health Care Systems. This would be a novel means of performing research in the congenital heart field and I believe it to be the most efficient, cost effective, and the best way to answer clinical research questions for the congenital heart patient population.
Lakshminrusimha S, Steinhorn RH, Wedgwood S, Savorgnan F, Nair J, Mathew B, Gugino SF, Russell JA, Swartz DD. "Pulmonary Hemodynamics and Vascular Reactivity in Asphyxiated Term Lambs Resuscitated with 21% and 100% Oxygen". Journal of Applied Physiology 2011 Jul; R1(2011): 711. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 21799125.
Spentzas T, Kudumula R, Acuna C, Talati AJ, Ingram KC, Savorgnan F, Meals EA, English BK. Role of bacterial components in macrophage activation by the LAC and MW2 strains of community-associated, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Journal of Cell Immunology 2011 Mar; 1(269): 46-53. Cited in PubMed; PMID: 21458780.
"Rapamycin Augments the NMDA-Mediated TNF Suppression of MRSA-Stimulated RAW264.7 Murine Macrophages," by Thomas Spentzas, Rebekah KH Shappley, Fabio Savorgnan, Elizabeth Meals and B. Keith English submitted to International Journal of Inflammation.
Author - Fetal and Neonatal Secrets - 3rd Edition. Author in Chapter 15 –Neonatal Pain.
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