Matthew Eisenberg, MD

Assistant in Medicine

Instructor in Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

    Medical Services

    Experience and Education


    Medical School

    Harvard Medical School, 2006

    Boston, MA


    Boston Children's Hospital/Boston Combined Residency Program , 2006-2007

    Boston, MA


    Boston Children's Hospital/Boston Combined Residency Program, 2007-2009

    Boston, MA

    Chief Resident

    Boston Children's Hospital, 2009-2010

    Boston, MA

    Fellowship, Pediatric Emergency Medicine

    Boston Children's Hospital, 2010-2013

    Boston, MA


    • Pediatric Emergency Medicine

    • Pediatrics


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    1. Eisenberg MA, Green-Hopkins I, Werner H, Nagler J. Comparison Between Direct and Video-assisted Laryngoscopy for Intubations in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Acad Emerg Med. 2016 Aug; 23(8):870-7.
    2. Eisenberg MA, Meehan WP, Mannix R. Duration and course of post-concussive symptoms. Pediatrics. 2014 Jun; 133(6):999-1006.
    3. Mannix R, Eisenberg M, Berry M, Meehan WP, Hayes RL. Serum biomarkers predict acute symptom burden in children after concussion: a preliminary study. J Neurotrauma. 2014 Jun 01; 31(11):1072-5.
    4. Eisenberg MA, Andrea J, Meehan W, Mannix R. Time interval between concussions and symptom duration. Pediatrics. 2013 Jul; 132(1):8-17.
    5. Eisenberg MA, Green-Hopkins I, Alexander ME, Chiang VW. Cardiac troponin T as a screening test for myocarditis in children. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2012 Nov; 28(11):1173-8.


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