Faculty Profile

Edward  Conway Jr., MD, MS, FCCMEdward Conway Jr., MD, MS, FCCM
Associate Vice Chair
E-mail: conwaye@nychhc.org

Dr. Conway received his BS at Manhattan College and his Master’s Degree in Cell Biology at Fordham University. He attended SUNY Downstate College of Medicine where he received his MD degree, He then completed his internship, residency, chief residency and Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He is currently Chief of PCCM and Vice-Chairman of the Lewis M. Fraad Department of Pediatrics at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. He has authored over 160 abstracts, papers and book chapters on a myriad of pediatric topics involving critically ill children.

Dr. Conway is the immediate-past Chairman of the Executive Committee on Critical Care for the American Academy of Pediatrics and a current member of the Board of Regents for the American College of Critical Care Medicine of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. He is currently a senior member of the NYCDOH Pediatric Disaster Preparedness Committee and NYSDOH Emergency Medicine Services for Children Committee. He has served as an advisor to the NYSDOH Advisory Board and Greater New York Hospital Association for Pediatric Sepsis and a contributor to the recently published guideline entitled Hemodynamic Management of Pediatric Sepsis. His particular areas of interest include PCCM education, simulation, pediatric head injury, and sepsis.

Undergraduate School:

Manhattan College

Graduate School:

Fordham University

Medical School:

SUNY, Downstate Medical School

Training:

  • 2002 - Finance and Accounting Program Sponsored by Johnson Graduate School of Management of Cornell University.
  • 2000 - Leadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers, Harvard School of Public Health
  • 1988-1990 - Fellow in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Hospitals, Bronx, New York
  • 1987-1988 - Chief Residency in Pediatrics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Hospitals, Bronx, New York (PGY 4)
  • 1985-1987 - Pediatric Residency, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Hospitals, Bronx, New York (PGY 2 and 3)
  • 1984-1985 - Pediatric Internship, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Hospitals, Bronx, New York

 

Bibliography:

Recent Publications

  • Frogel M, Flamm A, Sagy M, Uraneck K, Conway E, Ushay M, et al.  Utilizing a Pediatric Disaster Coalition model to increase Pediatric Critical Care surge capacity in New York City. Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2017; 1-6. DOI: 10.1017/dmp.2016.152
  • Radabaugh CL, Ruch-Ross H, Riley CL, Stockwell JA, Conway Jr EE, Mink R , Agus MS et al. Practice Patterns in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Results of a Workforce Survey. Pediatric Crit Care Medicine. 2015.
  • Tegtmeyer K, Conway, Jr. EE, Upperman JS, Kisson T.  Education in a pediatric emergency mass critical care setting.  Pediat Critical Care Medicine, Vol. 12 (6) Suppl: 5135-5140, 2011.
  • Nakagawa T, Ashwal S, Matthew M, Mysore M, Bruce D, Conway, Jr. EE, et al.  Guidelines for the determination of brain death in infants and children:  An update of the 1987 Task Force recommendations.  Critical Care Medicine, (Vol.  39 (9): 2139-2155, 2011.
  • Nakagawa T, and Conway EE.  Recognition, Management and Outcome of Infant and Children Who Have Sustained Non-Accidental Head Trauma.  Contemporary Pediatrics,    37-57; March, 2004.
  • Sanchez J, Conway EE, Rubin DH.  Ribavirin Treatment of Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Survivors. Clinical Intensive Care, 12(4):169-172, 2002.
  • Lopez D, Singer LP, Weingarten J, Conway, Jr. EE. Relationship between arterial, mixed venous and internal jugular carboxyhemoglobin levels at low, medium and high levels in a piglet model.  Critical Care Medicine, 28(6):1998-2001, 2000.
  • Zuckerman G, Conway, Jr., EE. Near Drowning in Pediatric Patients.  Pediatric Annals, 29(6):360-366, 2000.
  • Conway EE, Asuncion A, DaRosso R.  Diagnosing and Managing Brain Tumors: The Pediatrician’s Role.  Contemporary Pediatrics, Vol. 16 (#1): 84-97, 1999.
  • Goh K, Conway EE, Muszynski C.  Sympathetic Storms in a Child with a Midbrain Glioma: A Variant of Diencephalic Seizures.  Pediatric Neurology, 21(4):742-744, 1999.
  • Lopez D, Rubin D, and Conway, Jr. EE.  Use of Neuromuscular Blocking Agents and Sedation in Pediatric Patients and Associated Prolonged Neuromuscular Weakness.  Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 1999.  24(6):290-298, 1999.
  • Zuckerman GB, Sanchez J, Conway, Jr. EE: Neurologic Findings in Children with HIV Disease.  Pediatric Annals, 27(10):635-640, 1998.
  • Wolfe S, Ochua J and Conway, Jr. EE:  Pediatric Seizures in the 1990's.  Pediatric Annals, 27(10):653-664, 1998.
  • Zuckerman GB, Conway, Jr. EE:  Neurologic Complications in Pediatric, Patients with Cancer and Hematologic Diseases.  Pediatric Annals,  27(10):640-652, 1998.
  • Sanchez JL, Zuckerman GB and Conway, Jr. EE:  Neurologic Complications of Pediatric Cardiac, Gastrointestinal and Renal Diseases.  Pediatric Annals, 27(10):625-634, 1998.
  • Mendoza P, Conway, Jr. EE: Cerebrovascular Events in Pediatric Patients.  Pediatric Annals 27(10):665-676, 1998.
  • Conway, Jr. EE: Non-Accidental Head Trauma in Pediatric Patients: The Shaken Baby Syndrome revisited.  Pediatric Annals 27(10):677-690, 1998.
  • Valentino T, Conway, Jr. EE, Shiminski-Maher T, Siffert J: Pediatric Brain Tumors.  Pediatric Annals 26(10):579-591, 1997.
  • Zuckerman G, Conway, Jr. EE: Pediatric Head Injury.  Pediatric Annals 26(10):621-632, 1997.
  • Madikians A, Conway, Jr. EE: CSF Shunt Problems in Pediatric Patients.  Pediatric Annals 26(10):613-621, 1997.
  • Conway, Jr. EE, Zuckerman G: Pediatric Heatstroke: Contemporary Pediatrics, The Long Hot Summer 14(6):127-136, 1997.
  • Conway, Jr. EE: Recognizing Carbon Monoxide Toxicity.  Contemporary Pediatrics 14(3):60-77, 1997.