Ricki Goldstein, MD

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    1986 …2023

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    Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

    In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

    • SDG 3 - Good Health and Well-being

    Education/Academic qualification

    Post Doctoral Fellow, Duke University

    1988

    Residency, Mt. Sinai Medical Center

    1985

    Doctor of Medicine, Cornell University

    1981

    Bachelor of Arts, Wellesley College

    1977

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    • Antepartum periodontitis treatment and risk of offspring screening positive for autism spectrum disorder

      Bose, C., Valentine, G. C., Philips, K., Boggess, K., Moss, K., Barros, S. P., Marchesan, J., Wu, D., O’Shea, T. M., Peralta-Carcelen, M., Goldstein, R., Ramamurthy, R. & Beck, J. D., Apr 2023, In: Journal of Perinatology. 43, 4, p. 470-476 7 p.

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      1 Scopus citations
    • Early-Life Outcomes in Relation to Social Determinants of Health for Children Born Extremely Preterm

      Aug 2023, In: Journal of Pediatrics. 259, 113443.

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      1 Scopus citations
    • Use of term reference infants in assessing the developmental outcome of extremely preterm infants: lessons learned in a multicenter study

      Green, C. E., Tyson, J. E., Heyne, R. J., Hintz, S. R., Vohr, B. R., Bann, C. M., Das, A., Bell, E. F., Debsareea, S. B., Stephens, E., Gantz, M. G., Petrie Huitema, C. M., Johnson, K. J., Watterberg, K. L., Mosquera, R., Peralta-Carcelen, M., Wilson-Costello, D. E., Colaizy, T. T., Maitre, N. L., Merhar, S. L., & 240 othersAdams-Chapman, I., Fuller, J., Hartley-McAndrew, M. E., Malcolm, W. F., Winter, S., Duncan, A. F., Myer, G. J., Kicklighter, S. D., Wyckoff, M. H., DeMauro, S. B., Hibbs, A. M., Stoll, B. J., Carlo, W. A., Van Meurs, K. P., Rysavy, M. A., Patel, R. M., Sánchez, P. J., Laptook, A. R., Cotten, C. M., D’Angio, C. T., Walsh, M. C., Polin, R. A., Keszler, M., Hensman, A. M., Vieira, E., Pierre, L. S., Burke, R. T., Alksninis, B., Knoll, A., Keszler, M. L., Leach, T. M., McGowan, E. C., Watson, V. E., Newman, N. S., Siner, B. S., Roth, E., Williams, A., Poindexter, B. B., Schibler, K., Cahill, K. T. E., Grisby, C., Kirker, K., Stacey, S., Wuertz, S., Goldberg, R. N., Goldstein, R. F., Ashley, P. L., Mago-Shah, D., Finkle, J., Fisher, K. A., Gustafson, K. E., Stone, C., Laughon, M. M., Bernhardt, J., Wereszczak, J., Talbert, J., Bentley, A., Edwards, L., Rhodes-Ryan, G., White, D., Carlton, D. P., Loggins, Y., Bottcher, D., Carter, S. L., Kendrick-Allwood, S., LaRossa, M. M., Laursen, J., Mackie, C., Sanders, A., Smikle, G., Wineski, L., Bremer, A. A., Higgins, R. D., Archer, S. W., Khan, A. M., Kennedy, K. A., Duncan, A. F., Allain, E., Arldt-McAlister, J., Boricha, F., Dempsey, A. G., Garcia, C., Hall, D. J., John, J., Lillie, M. L., Martin, K., McDavid, G. E., McKee, S. L., Poe, M., Rennie, K., Reddy, T., Rodgers, S., Sperry, D. K., Wright, S. L., Nelin, L. D., Slaughter, J. L., Jadcherla, S. R., Timan, C., Luzader, P., Stein, M., Sullivan, R. A., Carey, H., Burkhardt, S., Nelin, M. A., Clark, E., Small, K., McCool, J., Pietruszewski, L., Purnell, J., Warnimont, K., Marzec, L., Miller, B., Beckford, D. R., Baugher, H., Levengood, K., Batterson, N., Tonneman, J., Hay, K., DeSantis, B., Wallace, D., Auman, J. O. D., Crawford, M., Gabrio, J., Newman, J. E., Parlberg, L., Zaterka-Baxter, K. M., Stevenson, D. K., Ball, M. B., Chock, V., Bahmani, D., Bentley, B., DeAnda, M. E., DeBattista, A. M., Earhart, B., Huffman, L. C., Krueger, C. E., Lucash, R. E., Taylor, H., Weiss, H. E., Ambalavanan, N., Bailey, K. J., Biasini, F. J., Chopko, S. A., Collins, M. V., Cosby, S. S., Domnanovich, K. A., Jno-Finn, C. J., Ladinsky, M., Moses, M. B., McNair, T. E., Phillips, V. A., Preskitt, J., Rector, R. V., Stringer, K., Whitley, S., Chapman, S. Y., Harmon, H. M., Johnson, K. J., Schmelzel, M. L., Walker, J. R., Goeke, C. A., Faruqui, S. E., Eastman, D. L., Baack, M. L., Hogden, L. A., Henning, M. M., Elenkiwich, C., Broadbent, M., Van Muyden, S., Ohls, R. K., Lacy, C. B., Beauman, S. S., Hanson, M. R., Lowe, J. R., Kuan, E., Eichenwald, E. C., Schmidt, B., Kirpalani, H., Abbasi, S., Chaudhary, A. S., Mancini, T., Snyder, J., Ziolkowski, K., Guillet, R., Lakshminrusimha, S., Reynolds, A. M., Jensen, R. L., Merzbach, J., Zorn, W., Farooq, O., Myers, G. J., Rowan, M., Prinzing, D., Bowman, M., Scorsone, A. M., Binion, K., Orme, C., Sabaratnam, P., Kent, A., Jones, R., Boylin, E., Li, E., Kachelmeyer, J., McKee, K. G., Coleman, K. R., Cavanaugh, B., Brion, L. P., Vasil, D. M., Adams, S. S., Eubanks, F., McDougald, E. R., Pavageau, L., Sepulveda, P., Guzman, A., Heyne, E., Lee, L. E., Vera, A., Waterbury, J., Boatman, C. T., Yoder, B. A., Baserga, M., Faix, R. G., Minton, S. D., Sheffield, M. J., Rau, C. A., Baker, S., Christensen, S., Cunningham, S. D., Elmont, J. O., Hall, B., Jensen, E. R., Loertscher, M. C., Marchant, T., McGrath, K. M., Mickelsen, H. G., Morshedzadeh, G., Parry, D. M., Stout, K., Stuart, A. L. & Weaver-Lewis, K., Nov 2023, In: Journal of Perinatology. 43, 11, p. 1398-1405 8 p.

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      1 Scopus citations
    • Cortisol awakening response and developmental outcomes at 6–7 years in children born extremely preterm

      2022, (Accepted/In press) In: Pediatric Research.

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    • Longitudinal medical needs for periviable NICU survivors

      Adams, W. A., Malcolm, W., Goldstein, R., Lemmon, M. E., Mago-Shah, D., Cotten, M., Peterson, J., Fisher, K. & Younge, N., Jun 2022, In: Early Human Development. 169, 105580.

      Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

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      1 Scopus citations