Mark Neuman, MD, MPH
|Hospital Title||Faculty, Division of Emergency Medicine|
|Academic Title||Assistant Professor of Pediatrics|
300 Longwood Avenue
Main ED, Ground
Boston MA 02115
Dr. Neuman's research interests reside in the area of pediatric infectious diseases encountered in the emergency department setting. His primary focus of investigation is childhood pneumonia, with a specific interest in the use of diagnostic testing, such as chest x-ray to establish the diagnosis. He also has an expertise in the use of national databases to conduct clinical research. He is a member of the Society for Pediatric Research, and is the director of fellowship research in the division of pediatric emergency medicine.
About Mark Neuman
Mark Neuman received his MD in Medicine from the SUNY Health Science Center. His residency was spent at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. A continuing NRSA Research Fellow who obtained an MPH in clinical effectiveness at the Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Neuman joined the faculty of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Children’s Hospital Boston after completing the Training Grant in 2004.
- Mathews B, Shah S, Cleveland R, Lee EY, Bachur R, Neuman MI (2009). "Clinical predictors of pneumonia among children with wheezing." Pediatrics 124: e29-e36.
- Shah S, Bachur R, Kim D, Neuman, MI, (2010) "Predictive value of tachypnea in the diagnosis of pneumonia in children." The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal: 29(5):406-9.
- Neuman MI, Willett W, Curhan G. (2010) "Physical activity and risk of community-acquired pneumonia in women." American Journal of Medicine: 123(3):281.e7-281.e11.
- Neuman, M. I., M. C. Monuteaux, et al. (2011). "Prediction of pneumonia in a pediatric emergency department." Pediatrics 128(2): 246-253.
- Neuman, M. I., D. Graham, et al. (2011). "Variation in the use of chest radiography for pneumonia in pediatric emergency departments." Pediatric Emergency Care 27(7): 606-610.
- Nigrovic L.E., A.A. Kimia, et al. (2012). "Relationship between cerebrospinal fluid glucose and serum glucose." New England Journal of Medicine 366(6): 576-578.
- Wingerter, S. L., R. G. Bachur, et al. (2012). "Application of the World Health Organization Criteria to Predict Radiographic Pneumonia in a U.S. Based Pediatric Emergency Department." Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
- Neuman MI, Servaes S, Lee EY, Bixby S, DiPerna S, Markowitz R, Hellinger J, Monuteaux MC, Shah SS. (2012) "Variability in the interpretation of chest radiographs for the diagnosis of pneumonia in a pediatric emergency department setting." J Hosp Medicine.
- Neuman MI, Ting S, Mansbach J, Meydani A, Camargo CA. (2012) "National Study of Antibiotic Use in Emergency Department Visits for Pneumonia." 1993-2008. Academic Emergency Medicine.