Courtney Gidengil, MD, MPH
|Hospital Title||Assistant in Medicine|
|Academic Title||Instructor in Pediatrics|
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston MA 02115
Dr. Gidengil's research focuses on the risks, benefits, and cost tradeoffs of clinical and policy decisions that relate to the management of antibiotic resistant organisms. She is also interested in how the financing and organization of health care affect the delivery of vaccines.
About Courtney Gidengil
Courtney Gidengil, MD MPH is an Instructor of Pediatrics in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Children's Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School. She is also an Associate Physician Scientist at the RAND Corporation. She is board certified in both pediatrics and pediatric infectious diseases. Dr. Gidengil earned her undergraduate and medical degrees from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She trained as a resident in pediatrics at Hasbro Children's Hospital and Brown University. She completed further subspecialty training in pediatric infectious diseases at Children's Hospital Boston, where she joined the division as faculty in 2009. Her research training included the Harvard Pediatric Health Services Research Fellowship Program, and she received an MPH in Clinical Effectiveness from the Harvard School of Public Health in 2009.
- Gidengil CA, Rusinak D, Allred NJ, Luff D, Lee GM, Lieu TA. Financial barriers to implementing combination vaccines: perspectives from pediatricians and policy makers. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2009 Jun;48(5):539-47
- Gidengil CA, Sandora TJ, Lee GM. Tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis vaccination of adults in the USA. Expert Rev Vaccines. 2008 Jul;7(5):621-34.