Clement  Bottino, MD, MPH, RYT

Pediatrician

Instructor in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

Medical Services

Specialties

  • Primary Care

Departments

  • General Pediatrics

Programs

  • Primary Care
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Philosophy of Care 

Dr. Bottino believes in the potential of children and the wisdom of families. He enjoys building relationships with families over time and working together to promote health and well-being.

Experience and Education

Education

Medical School

Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, 2005

New York, NY

Residency

Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York at Columbia University Medical Center, 2009

New York, NY

Fellowship

Boston Children's Hospital, 2012

Boston, MA

Professional History

Dr. Bottino earned a BA with honors from Stanford University in 2001. He earned an MD from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2005 with Alpha Omega Alpha honors. Dr. Bottino completed residency in pediatrics at the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York in 2009, and a fellowship in general academic pediatrics at Boston Children's Hospital in 2012. Dr. Bottino earned an MPH from Harvard School of Public Health in 2012. Dr. Bottino is currently a primary care pediatrician at Boston Children's Hospital Primary Care, both at Longwood and Martha Eliot. There, he sees patients and supervises pediatric residents. Dr. Bottino also does clinical research and teaches at Harvard Medical School. His interests include early child development, social determinants of health, and nutrition and physical activity.

Publications

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  1. Chen P, Rea C, Shaw R, Bottino CJ. Associations between Public Library Use and Reading Aloud among Families with Young Children. J Pediatr. 2016 Jun; 173:221-227.e1.
  2. Thaker VV, Lee F, Bottino CJ, Perry CL, Holm IA, Hirschhorn JN, Osganian SK. Impact of an Electronic Template on Documentation of Obesity in a Primary Care Clinic. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2016 Oct; 55(12):1152-9.
  3. Bottino CJ, de Ferranti SD, Meyers AF, Rhodes ET. Massachusetts Pediatricians' Views Toward Body Mass Index Screening in Schools: Continued Controversy. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2016 Aug; 55(9):844-50.
  4. Bottino CJ, Cox JE, Kahlon PS, Samuels RC. Improving immunization rates in a hospital-based primary care practice. Pediatrics. 2014 Apr; 133(4):e1047-54.
  5. Haines J, McDonald J, O'Brien A, Sherry B, Bottino CJ, Schmidt ME, Taveras EM. Healthy Habits, Happy Homes: randomized trial to improve household routines for obesity prevention among preschool-aged children. JAMA Pediatr. 2013 Nov; 167(11):1072-9.
  6. Cespedes EM, McDonald J, Haines J, Bottino CJ, Schmidt ME, Taveras EM. Obesity-related behaviors of US- and non-US-born parents and children in low-income households. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2013 Oct; 34(8):541-8.
  7. Sharifi M, Marshall G, Marshall R, Bottino C, Goldman R, Sequist T, Taveras EM. Accelerating progress in reducing childhood obesity disparities: exploring best practices of positive outliers. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2013; 24(2 Suppl):193-9.
  8. Taveras EM, McDonald J, O'Brien A, Haines J, Sherry B, Bottino CJ, Troncoso K, Schmidt ME, Koziol R. Healthy Habits, Happy Homes: methods and baseline data of a randomized controlled trial to improve household routines for obesity prevention. Prev Med. 2012 Nov; 55(5):418-26.
  9. Bottino CJ, Rifas-Shiman SL, Kleinman KP, Oken E, Redline S, Gold D, Schwartz J, Melly SJ, Koutrakis P, Gillman MW, Taveras EM. The association of urbanicity with infant sleep duration. Health Place. 2012 Sep; 18(5):1000-5.
  10. Wei DH, Raizman NM, Bottino CJ, Jobin CM, Strauch RJ, Rosenwasser MP. Unstable distal radial fractures treated with external fixation, a radial column plate, or a volar plate. A prospective randomized trial. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2009 Jul; 91(7):1568-77.
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  12. Weinberg JM, Bottino CJ, Lindholm J, Buchholz R. Biologic therapy for psoriasis: an update on the tumor necrosis factor inhibitors infliximab, etanercept, and adalimumab, and the T-cell-targeted therapies efalizumab and alefacept. J Drugs Dermatol. 2005 Sep-Oct; 4(5):544-55.
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