Faculty Profile

Noé D. Romo, MD MScNoé D. Romo, MD MSc
Phone: 718-975-6358
E-mail: noe.romo@nbhn.net

Dr. Noé Romo is an attending physician, hospitalist, and serves as Co-Director of the Pediatrics Inpatient Service. Dr. Noé Romo is the medical director of the Pediatric Violent Trauma Follow up Clinic and of the Bronx Stand Up to Violence (S.U.V) program which is the NYC Health + Hospitals Jacobi community violence prevention initiative. Dr. Noé Romo is a member of the department’s education committee and is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 

Undergraduate School:

University of California, Riverside

Medical School:

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Training:

  • Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx, New York (internship, residency, chief resident)
  • Primary Care Clinical Research Fellowship in Community Health in the Division of Child & Adolescent Health at Columbia University
  • M.S in Epidemiology from The Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University

 

Bibliography:

Peer Reviewed Abstracts and Presentations:

  1. Romo, N, Castillo C, Lin J, Mendelsohn E, Blumberg S: Evaluation of Adolescent Gun Shot Wound(GSW) Patients, Poster Presentation at Physician Affiliate Group of New York (PAGNY) First Annual Research Day, New York Academy of Medicine, New York, NY, May 6th 2016
  2. Castillo C, Lin J, Mendelsohn E, Blumberg S, Romo N: Epidemiology of Gun Shot Wound(GSW) Pediatric & Young Adult Patients in an Urban Hospital, Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies’Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 2nd 2016
  3. Fernando A, Romo N, Chou K: Screening for Violence in an Urban Pediatric Emergency Department (PED), Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies’Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 2nd 2015
  4. Romo N, Aziz K, Gershel J : Does Prior Antibiotic Exposure Affect the Risk of Serious Bacterial Infection in Young Infants?, Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies’Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 25 2015
  5. Aziz K, Romo N, Gershel J : Can an Elevated CRP Predict Which Febrile Young Infants Have a Serious Bacterial Infection?,, Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies’Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 25 2015
  6. Romo, N, Dupont-Reyes M, Fry D, Davidson L: The Association of Regular Exercise with Violence Related Behaviors in Inner City Youth, Platform Presentation Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, May 7 2013; Platform Presentation at Eastern Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 23 2013
  7. Romo, N, Dupont-Reyes M, Fry D, Davidson L: The Effect of Regular Exercise On Exposure to Violence in Inner City Youth, Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Association Region II/III Annual Meeting, New York, New York, March 8 2013.
  8. Romo N, Sukumuran L, Kim L, Gershel J : Association of Prior Antibiotic Exposure and Risk of Serious Bacterial Infection in Infants, Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies’Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, April 29 2012
  9. Romo N, Rosenthal B, Rivlin K: A Tragic Loss of Empathy: The Perspective of Physicians-in-Training. Poster Presentation at Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 4 2009
  10. Contributor, Einstein Ad Libitum Literary Magazine 2003-2008 issues

Peer Reviewed Publications:

  1. Adin Nelson1,2, MD; Noe Romo2, MD, MS; Daniela Levanon2, MD; Einat Blumfield2, MD; Jeffrey Gershel2, MD. Gastric Bezoar Treatment Using Oral Coca-Cola. Clinical Pediatrics 2016.
  2. Romo, N, Dupont-Reyes M, Fry D, Davidson L: The Association of Regular Exercise with Violence Related Behaviors in Inner City Youth. Currently in review for publication.

Textbook Publications:

  1. Romo N. Chapter 4 Deep Venous Thrombosis. In: Gershel JC, Rauch DA, eds. Caring for the Hospitalized Child. 2nd ed. Elk Grove, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; expected 2016.
  2. Romo N, Rivlin K. Chapter 42 Sickle Cell Disease. In: Gershel JC, Rauch DA, eds. Caring for the Hospitalized Child. 2nd ed. Elk Grove, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; expected 2016.