Lisa Ann Brock, RN, IBCLC, RLC

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN SINCE 1998
Lactation specialist

Office locations

8915 W. Connell Ct.
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 266-1757

Overview

Services
Certifications
International Board Certified Lactation Consultant since 1998
Areas of interest
  • Immunobiology of human milk
  • Lactation
  • Neonates
  • Congenital heart disease

Education and awards

Education
  • 1988, Marian College, BSN
Awards
  • Children’s Hospital Nurse Excellence Award Recipient, 1998
  • Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Lactation Nurse Excellence Award Recipient, 2010
  • Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Nurse Excellence Award Recipient, 2009
  • Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Nurse Excellence Award Recipient, 2009

Research and publications

Research
  • Research: Nurse Researchers in Children's Hospitals Kathleen Sawin, Karen Gralton, Tondi Harrison, Shelly Malin, Mary Kay Balchunas, Lisa Brock, Brandi Cavegn, Lorna Cisler-Cahill, Sharon Graves, Kathleen Mussatto, Maureen O'Brien, Eileen Sherburne, and Rachel Schiffman, Journal of Pediatric Nursing, Vol. 25, No. 5 (October 2010): 408-417.

  • Welak SR, Donohoe D, Fredrich K, Pritchard, Jr. KA, Gourlay DM, Brock L, Liedel JL. Elevated IL-23 is associated with increased intestinal NADPH oxidase activity newborn rats. (Platform Presentation, 4th Annual World Congress of Pediatric Surgery, October 10, 2013)

  • Welak SR, Gourlay DM, Pritchard Jr. KA, Donohoe D, Brock L, Liedel JL. Interleukin-23 Increases NOX1 Activity in An Intestinal Epithelial Cell Culture. (Platform Presentation, The American Academy of Pediatrics National Convention, October 25-29, 2013)

  • Welak SR, Gourlay DM, Pritchard Jr. KA, Donohoe D, Brock L, Liedel JL. Pro-inflammatory breast milk causes increased intestinal epithelial NOX1 activity in Necrotizing Enterocolitis (Platform Presentation, Pediatric Academic Society and Society for Pediatric Research, May 2014)

  • Welak SR, Gourlay DM, Pritchard Jr. KA, Donohoe D, Brock L, Liedel JL. Pro-inflammatory breast milk causes increased intestinal epithelial NOX1 activity in Necrotizing Enterocolitis (Platform Presentation, Gordon Conference Research Seminar, May 2014)

  • Welak SR, Gourlay DM, Pritchard Jr. KA, Donohoe D, Brock L, Liedel JL. Pro-inflammatory breast milk causes increased intestinal epithelial NOX1 activity in Necrotizing Enterocolitis (Milwaukee Regional Research Forum, October 27, 2014)

  • Evidence-based project on Cue-based Feeding in the NICU at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin - 2009 to present

Grants

“The Role of Breast Milk NADPH Oxidase in Necrotizing Enterocolitis.” 2014 Pilot Award from Clinical and Translational Science Institute through the Medical College of Wisconsin (April 2014—March 2015)