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Texas Children's Pavilion for Women
6621 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77030
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Kristina M. Reber, MD
|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|
Dr. Reber is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, American Board of Pediatrics and the National Board of Examiners.
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Member|
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.