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  1. Impact of a Resident Research Grant on Scholarly Output During Pediatric Residency. Acad Pediatr. 2019 May - Jun; 19(4):477-479. View abstract
  2. Future directions for clinical toxicology and toxicologists. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2013 Dec; 51(10):913-7. View abstract
  3. Research during pediatric residency training: outcome of a senior resident block rotation. Pediatrics. 2009 Oct; 124(4):1126-34. View abstract
  4. Gender differences in research grant applications for pediatric residents. Pediatrics. 2009 Aug; 124(2):e355-61. View abstract
  5. The merger of two pediatric residency programs: lessons learned. J Pediatr. 2008 Dec; 153(6):731-2. View abstract
  6. Creating an academic culture during residency training. J Pediatr. 2008 May; 152(5):599-600, 600.e1. View abstract
  7. Comment on "Acetaminophen: the 150 mg/kg myth". Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2005; 43(3):217. View abstract
  8. Introduction of David G. Nathan and the 2003 John Howland Award. Pediatr Res. 2004 Aug; 56(2):167-8. View abstract
  9. Will current training programs prepare pediatricians to meet the health care needs of children in the 21st century? An opinion. J Pediatr. 2001 Jun; 138(6):789-90. View abstract
  10. Clinical toxicology: built better than they knew. Reflections on yesterday, today and tomorrow. Vet Hum Toxicol. 2001 Apr; 43(2):113-6. View abstract
  11. Scholarly activities recorded in the portfolios of teacher-clinician faculty. Acad Med. 2000 Jun; 75(6):649-52. View abstract
  12. Assisting residents with career decisions. Acad Med. 1998 Mar; 73(3):225. View abstract
  13. Intern learning and education in a short stay unit. A qualitative study. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1997 Feb; 151(2):193-8. View abstract
  14. Impact of a short stay unit on asthma patients admitted to a tertiary pediatric hospital. Qual Manag Health Care. 1997; 6(1):14-22. View abstract
  15. Developing residents as teachers: process and content. Pediatrics. 1996 Jun; 97(6 Pt 1):907-16. View abstract
  16. Medical education research retreat. Acad Med. 1996 Jan; 71(1):3-4. View abstract
  17. Corrosive ingestions. Pediatr Rev. 1995 Dec; 16(12):473-4. View abstract
  18. A promotion ladder for teachers at Harvard Medical School: experience and challenges. Acad Med. 1995 Dec; 70(12):1079-86. View abstract
  19. The pedagogic characteristics of a clinical conference for senior residents and faculty. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 1995 Sep; 149(9):1023-8. View abstract
  20. Poison centers, poison prevention, and the pediatrician. Pediatrics. 1994 Aug; 94(2 Pt 1):220-4. View abstract
  21. Fever in children. Pediatr Rev. 1994 Apr; 15(4):127-35. View abstract
  22. Common poisonings. Pediatr Rev. 1994 Apr; 15(4):151-9. View abstract
  23. Common etiologies and new approaches to management of poisoning in pediatric practice. Curr Opin Pediatr. 1993 Oct; 5(5):524-30. View abstract
  24. Epidemiology of drug overdose in children. Drug Saf. 1993 Oct; 9(4):291-308. View abstract
  25. Factors influencing the interests, career paths, and research activities of recent graduates from an academic, pediatric residency program. Pediatrics. 1993 Sep; 92(3):436-41. View abstract
  26. Pediatric poisoning hazards. Pediatrics. 1993 May; 91(5):1017-8. View abstract
  27. Academic careers: choice and activity of graduates of a pediatric residency program 1974-1986. Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc. 1993; 104:180-95; discussion 195-7. View abstract
  28. Prospects for academically trained pediatricians in academic medicine. Clin Invest Med. 1992 Dec; 15(6):518-26. View abstract
  29. Case 2. Carbon monoxide poisoning. Pediatr Rev. 1992 Aug; 13(8):295-7. View abstract
  30. Effect of acute versus chronic intoxication on clinical features of theophylline poisoning in children. J Pediatr. 1992 Jul; 121(1):125-30. View abstract
  31. Diagnosis of the unknown poison. Pediatr Rev. 1992 Jul; 13(7):273-4. View abstract
  32. The use of digoxin-specific Fab fragments for severe digitalis intoxication in children. N Engl J Med. 1992 Jun 25; 326(26):1739-44. View abstract
  33. Changing face of academic pediatrics. J Pediatr. 1992 Jun; 120(6):1003. View abstract
  34. A service chief model for general pediatric inpatient care and residency training. Pediatrics. 1992 Apr; 89(4 Pt 1):601-7. View abstract
  35. Careers chosen by graduates of a major pediatrics residency program, 1974-1986. Acad Med. 1992 Apr; 67(4):272-4. View abstract
  36. Recent advances in clinical toxicology. Curr Probl Pediatr. 1992 Mar; 22(3):119-29. View abstract
  37. Ten years of a residency training committee. Acad Med. 1991 Oct; 66(10):602-3. View abstract
  38. Results of multicenter studies of digoxin-specific antibody fragments in managing digitalis intoxication in the pediatric population. Am J Emerg Med. 1991 Mar; 9(2 Suppl 1):16-20; discussion 33-4. View abstract
  39. The influence of age vs peak serum concentration on life-threatening events after chronic theophylline intoxication. Arch Intern Med. 1990 Oct; 150(10):2045-8. View abstract
  40. Corrosive injury of the esophagus in children: failure of corticosteroid treatment reemphasizes prevention. N Engl J Med. 1990 Sep 06; 323(10):668-70. View abstract
  41. Current challenges in house office training. South Med J. 1990 Mar; 83(3):315-9. View abstract
  42. Hypokalemia after theophylline intoxication. The effects of acute vs chronic poisoning. Arch Intern Med. 1989 Dec; 149(12):2725-9. View abstract
  43. Acute thyroxine ingestion in pediatric patients. Pediatrics. 1989 Aug; 84(2):262-5. View abstract
  44. The generation of acetonemia/acetonuria following ingestion of a subtoxic dose of isopropyl alcohol. Am J Emerg Med. 1989 Jan; 7(1):38-40. View abstract
  45. Hypotension in severe tricyclic antidepressant overdose. Am J Emerg Med. 1988 Sep; 6(5):439-42. View abstract
  46. Hypokalemia in acute theophylline poisoning. Am J Emerg Med. 1988 May; 6(3):214-8. View abstract
  47. Efficacy and toxicity of D-penicillamine in low-level lead poisoning. J Pediatr. 1988 May; 112(5):799-804. View abstract
  48. Interpretation of color change in blood with varying degree of methemoglobinemia. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1988; 26(5-6):293-301. View abstract
  49. Prevention of childhood poisoning: efficacy of an educational program carried out in an emergency clinic. Pediatrics. 1987 Sep; 80(3):359-63. View abstract
  50. Ipecac-induced emesis and reduction of plasma concentrations of drugs following accidental overdose in children. Pediatrics. 1987 Sep; 80(3):364-7. View abstract
  51. Multiple dose activated charcoal for theophylline poisoning in young infants. Pediatrics. 1987 Sep; 80(3):368-70. View abstract
  52. Reversible adsorption (desorption) of aspirin from activated charcoal. Arch Intern Med. 1987 Aug; 147(8):1390-2. View abstract
  53. Effect of fluid volume on ipecac-induced emesis. J Pediatr. 1987 Jun; 110(6):970-2. View abstract
  54. Patterns of calling time and ipecac availability among poison center callers. Am J Dis Child. 1987 Jun; 141(6):622-5. View abstract
  55. Effect of milk on ipecac-induced emesis. J Pediatr. 1987 Jun; 110(6):973-5. View abstract
  56. Pulmonary consequences of severe tricyclic antidepressant ingestion. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1987; 25(6):443-61. View abstract
  57. Characteristics of vomiting associated with acute sustained release theophylline poisoning: implications for management with oral activated charcoal. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1987; 25(7):539-54. View abstract
  58. Expired ipecac syrup efficacy. Pediatrics. 1986 Dec; 78(6):1085-9. View abstract
  59. Repetitive oral activated charcoal and control of emesis in severe theophylline toxicity. Ann Intern Med. 1986 Sep; 105(3):386-7. View abstract
  60. Acute pediatric digoxin ingestion. A ten-year experience. Am J Dis Child. 1986 Aug; 140(8):770-3. View abstract
  61. Cathartics and laxatives. Do they still have a place in management of the poisoned patient? Med Toxicol. 1986 Jul-Aug; 1(4):247-52. View abstract
  62. Poison exposures and use of ipecac in children less than 1 year old. Ann Emerg Med. 1986 Jul; 15(7):808-10. View abstract
  63. Clinitest tablet ingestion: an in vitro investigation concerned with initial emergency management. Ann Emerg Med. 1986 Feb; 15(2):143-6. View abstract
  64. Acute poisoning in a children's hospital: a 2-year experience. Pediatrics. 1986 Feb; 77(2):144-51. View abstract
  65. Death following accidental lidocaine overdose in a child. N Engl J Med. 1986 Jan 16; 314(3):182-3. View abstract
  66. Commentary on 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-para-dioxin (TCDD). Vet Hum Toxicol. 1985 Oct; 27(5):434-8. View abstract
  67. Value of the QRS duration versus the serum drug level in predicting seizures and ventricular arrhythmias after an acute overdose of tricyclic antidepressants. N Engl J Med. 1985 Aug 22; 313(8):474-9. View abstract
  68. A study of adverse reaction algorithms in a drug surveillance program. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 1985 Aug; 38(2):183-7. View abstract
  69. Risk assessment of ipecac in the home. Pediatrics. 1985 Jun; 75(6):1105-9. View abstract
  70. Advances in clinical toxicology. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1985 Feb; 32(1):193-211. View abstract
  71. Efficacy of activated charcoal and magnesium citrate in the treatment of oral paraquat intoxication. Ann Emerg Med. 1985 Feb; 14(2):123-5. View abstract
  72. Introduction to preventive pediatrics. Pediatrics. 1984 Nov; 74(5 Pt 2):958-60. View abstract
  73. The environment away from home as a source of potential poisoning. Am J Dis Child. 1984 Nov; 138(11):1014-7. View abstract
  74. Chronic pain of childhood: a pharmacologic approach. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1984 Oct; 31(5):1133-51. View abstract
  75. The emergency management of caustic ingestions. Emerg Med Clin North Am. 1984 Feb; 2(1):77-86. View abstract
  76. Member hospital network for poison control. Vet Hum Toxicol. 1984; 26 Suppl 2:20-3. View abstract
  77. Acute isopropyl alcohol intoxication. Diagnosis and management. Am J Med. 1983 Oct; 75(4):680-6. View abstract
  78. Effectiveness of a regional poison center in reducing excess emergency room visits for children's poisonings. Pediatrics. 1983 Aug; 72(2):164-9. View abstract
  79. Predictability of esophageal injury from signs and symptoms: a study of caustic ingestion in 378 children. Pediatrics. 1983 May; 71(5):767-70. View abstract
  80. Patterns in hospitals' use of a regional poison information center. Am J Public Health. 1983 Apr; 73(4):396-400. View abstract
  81. Acute pediatric theophylline overdose: a summary of 28 cases. J Pediatr. 1983 Mar; 102(3):474-6. View abstract
  82. Acute hypothermia associated with atropine. Am J Dis Child. 1983 Mar; 137(3):291-2. View abstract
  83. Hazards associated with diaper changing. JAMA. 1982 Nov 05; 248(17):2159-60. View abstract
  84. Acetaminophen and aspirin. Prescription, use, and accidental ingestion among children. Am J Dis Child. 1982 Nov; 136(11):976-9. View abstract
  85. A strategy for the reduction of childhood injuries in Massachusetts: SCIPP. N Engl J Med. 1982 Oct 14; 307(16):1015-9. View abstract
  86. Chelation therapy in iron poisoning. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1982 Oct; 19(8):871-4. View abstract
  87. The relative severity of acute versus chronic salicylate poisoning in children: a clinical comparison. Pediatrics. 1982 Oct; 70(4):566-9. View abstract
  88. Comparison of large and small child-resistant containers. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol. 1982 Jun; 19(4):377-84. View abstract
  89. Single high-dose pyridoxine treatment for isoniazid overdose. JAMA. 1981 Sep 04; 246(10):1102-4. View abstract
  90. Emergency assessment of severity in iron overdose by clinical and laboratory methods. J Pediatr. 1981 Jul; 99(1):89-91. View abstract
  91. The epidemiology of poisoning from drug products. Am J Dis Child. 1980 Aug; 134(8):763-5. View abstract
  92. The night poisoning: difficult patients and complex poison center needs. Vet Hum Toxicol. 1980 Aug; 22(4):241-3. View abstract
  93. Acute phosphine poisoning aboard a grain freighter. Epidemiologic, clinical, and pathological findings. JAMA. 1980 Jul 11; 244(2):148-50. View abstract
  94. Isobutyl nitrite toxicity by ingestion. Ann Intern Med. 1980 May; 92(5):637-8. View abstract
  95. Thiethylperazine (Torecan)-associated dystonic reactions in children. Pediatrics. 1979 Dec; 64(6):954-5. View abstract
  96. Efficacy and safety of gastrointestinal decontamination in the treatment of oral poisoning. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1979 Nov; 26(4):827-36. View abstract
  97. American Board of Medical Toxicology of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, Inc.: requirements for eligibility to take the examination. Vet Hum Toxicol. 1979 Oct; 21(5):377. View abstract
  98. Extrapulmonary manifestations of adenovirus type 7 pneumonia simulating Reye syndrome and the possible role of an adenovirus toxin. J Pediatr. 1979 Sep; 95(3):348-55. View abstract
  99. Qualitative deferoxamine color test for iron ingestion. J Pediatr. 1979 Jun; 94(6):940-2. View abstract
  100. A statewide plan for care of the poisoned patient: the Massachusetts Poison Control System. N Engl J Med. 1979 Feb 15; 300(7):363-5. View abstract
  101. The Massachusetts Poison Control System. Clin Toxicol. 1979; 14(1):107-14. View abstract
  102. Utilization of the poison center for the teaching of clinical toxicology to medical and pharmacy students, housestaff, and health care professionals. Clin Toxicol. 1979; 15(4):393-400. View abstract
  103. The epidemiology of poisoning from household products. Vet Hum Toxicol. 1979; 21 Suppl:33-4. View abstract
  104. Evaluation of a community-based poison education program. Clin Toxicol. 1978 Dec; 13(5):623-9. View abstract
  105. Aspirin and acetaminophen: a comparative view of their antipyretic and analgesic activity. Pediatrics. 1978 Nov; 62(5 Pt 2 Suppl):904-9. View abstract
  106. Gasoline ingestion after the great blizzard. N Engl J Med. 1978 May 04; 298(18):1037. View abstract
  107. Overdose of Lomotil. Br Med J. 1978 Apr 15; 1(6118):990. View abstract
  108. Poisoning in children under age 5: identification and treatment. Postgrad Med. 1978 Mar; 63(3):79-86, 89. View abstract
  109. Ampicillin-associated diarrhea: effect of dosage and route of administration. Pediatrics. 1976 Dec; 58(6):869-72. View abstract
  110. Drug ingestions associated with miosis in comatose children. J Pediatr. 1976 Aug; 89(2):303-5. View abstract
  111. Phencyclidine. Nine cases of poisoning. JAMA. 1975 Nov 03; 234(5):513-6. View abstract
  112. Adolescent attitudes in a general pediatric hospital. A survey of 87 inpatient admissions. Am J Dis Child. 1975 Sep; 129(9):1046-9. View abstract
  113. Hemodialysis in an infant with propoxyphene intoxication. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 1975 May; 17(5):627-8. View abstract
  114. Prolonged fever in children: review of 100 cases. Pediatrics. 1975 Apr; 55(4):468-73. View abstract
  115. Letter: Indications for naloxone in Lomotil poisoning. Pediatrics. 1974 Nov; 54(5):658. View abstract
  116. The management of propoxyphene poisoning. J Pediatr. 1974 Jul; 85(1):98-100. View abstract
  117. Clinical staging in Reye syndrome. Am J Dis Child. 1974 Jul; 128(1):36-41. View abstract
  118. Childhood methadone intoxication. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1974 Jan; 13(1):66-8. View abstract
  119. Phencyclidine (Sernylan) poisoning. J Pediatr. 1973 Nov; 83(5):844-5. View abstract
  120. Linear nevus sebaceous syndrome: report of two cases and a review of the literature. Pediatrics. 1973 Sep; 52(3):382-7. View abstract
  121. Local infection and bacteremia from scalp vein needles and polyethylene catheters in children. J Pediatr. 1972 Jan; 80(1):78-83. View abstract
  122. Unnecessary and preventable hospitalizations: report on an internal audit. J Pediatr. 1971 Nov; 79(5):868-72. View abstract
  123. Eastern equine encephalitis in Massachusetts--first human case in 14 years. N Engl J Med. 1971 Mar 11; 284(10):540. View abstract
  124. Management of acute childhood poisoning. Curr Probl Pediatr. 1971 Mar; 1(5):1-40. View abstract
  125. Life-threatening staphylococcal disease following ear piercing. Pediatrics. 1970 Aug; 46(2):301-3. View abstract
  126. Zoster in children. Am J Dis Child. 1968 Apr; 115(4):432-7. View abstract
  127. Acute phenothiazine toxicity in childhood: a five-year survey. Pediatrics. 1967 May; 39(5):771-4. View abstract