John B. Gordon, MD
Medical director, Special Needs Program, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin; section head, Special Needs; professor, Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin.
Bereavement, care coordination, pulmonary hypertension, children with special health care needs.
Medical degree, McGill University, Montreal; rotating internship, St. Mary's Hospital, Montreal, 1977-78; pediatric residency, Montreal Children's Hospital, 1978-82; Pediatric Critical Care fellowship: Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, Md., 2002-2005.
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1978; Medical Council of Canada, 1978; Royal College of Physicians (Canada), 1982; Specialist Certificate (Quebec), 1982; American Board of Pediatrics, 1983, Sub-board Pediatric Critical Care, 1994, 2001.
Jonathan Ballon Award for best research grant proposal from the Quebec Heart Association, 1986-1987; Edward Livingston Trudeau Scholar of the American Lung Association, 1992-1994.
- Ghanayem NS, Yee L, Nelson T, Wong S, Gordon JB, Marcdante K, Rice TB. Stability of Dopamine and Epinephrine Solutions up to 84 hours. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. 2001; 2:315-317.
- Gordon JB, VanderHeyden MA, Halla TR, Cortez EP, Dawson CA, Madden JA. What Leads to Different Mediators of Alkalosis-induced Vasodilation in Isolated and In-situ Pulmonary Vessels? American Journal of Physiology. 2003; 284:L799-807.
- Lee J, Hernadez G, Gordon JB. Effects of Uncompensated and Compensated Respiratory Acidosis in Control and Pulmonary Hypertensive Piglets. Pediatric Pulmonology. 2003; 36:94-101.
- Gordon JB, Colby HH, Bartelt T, Jablonski D, Krauthoefer MK, Havens P. A Tertiary Care- Primary Care Partnership Model for Medically Complex and Fragile Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine. 2007; 161(10):937-944.
- Bridge to Independence, MCHB, principal investigator.
- Calcium Channels in Neonatal Pulmonary Hypertension, National Institutes of Health subcontract, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, principal investigator (subcontract).
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Special Needs Program
PO Box 1997
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1997
Phone: (414) 266-3375
Fax: (414) 266-2926
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