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Kristina M. Reber, MD

Contact Information

Texas Children's Pavilion for Women
6621 Fannin Street
Suite A05590
Houston, TX 77030
United States

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Texas US

Phone: 832-826-1365

Kristina M. Reber, MD


School Education Degree Year
Nationwide Children’s Hospital/Ohio State University Fellowship Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine 1997
Ohio State University College of Medicine Residency Pediatrics 1994
Ohio State University College of Medicine Internship Pediatrics 1992
Ohio State University College of Medicine Medical School Doctor of Medicine 1991
Ohio State Bachelor Bachelor of Science  

Personal Statement

Dr. Reber is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, American Board of Pediatrics and the National Board of Examiners.


Organization Name Role
American Academy of Pediatrics Member

Selected Publications

Kielt MJ, Logan JW, Backes CH, Reber KM, Nelin LD, Shepherd EG "In-hospital outcomes of late referrals for established bronchopulmonary dysplasia." 2021 March 23; : Pubmed PMID: 33758399.

Fathi O, Nelin LD, Shepherd EG, Reber KM "Development of a small baby unit to improve outcomes for the extremely premature infant.." 2021 March 12; : Pubmed PMID: 33712714

French HM, Leeman KT, Wambach JA, Malik SK; ONTPD Fellowship Directors Writing Group, Reber KM. "Essentials of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine fellowship: an overview." 2021 April 21; : Pubmed PMID: 33649441.

Macklin JR, Bagwell G, Denny SA, Goleman J, Lloyd J, Reber K, Stoverock L, McClead R. "Coming Together to Save Babies: Our Institution's Quality Improvement Collaborative to Improve Infant Safe Sleep Practices." 2020 October 23; : Pubmed PMID: 33575518.

Korbel L, Backes CH JR, Rivera BK, Mitchell CC, Carbajal MM, Reber K, Bonachea EM. "Pediatric residency graduates’ preparedness for neonatal perinatal medicine fellowship: The perspective of first-year fellows.." 2020 April ; : Pubmed PMID: 30895576.

Talavera M, Bixler G, Cozzi C, Dail J, Miller RR, McClead R, KM Reber. "Quality improvement initiative to reduce the necrotizing enterocolitis rate in premature infants.." 2016 May ; : Pubmed PMID: 27244778.

Bartman T, R Bapat, EM Martin, EG Shepherd, LD Nelin, KM Reber "Apgar score at 5 minutes predicts mortality in extremely low gestational age infants after transfer to an all referral NICU." 2015 November ; : Pubmed PMID: 26058370.