Andrea S Weintraub, MD
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Pediatrics, Newborn Medicine
Specialties:Pediatrics Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Pediatrics
Dr. Andrea Weintraub is a clinician, educator, and clinical researcher in the Division of Newborn Medicine. She received her medical degree from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in 1988, and completed both her general pediatric training (1991) and Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine sub-specialty training (1994) at Mount Sinai. She is an attending physician in the neonatal intensive care unit.
Neonatal & Perinatal Medicine
- Anoxic Brain Damage
- Intubation And Mechanical Ventilation
- Necrotizing Enterocolitis
- Neonatal Sepsis
- Patent Ductus Arteriosus
- Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension
- Premature Birth
- Respiratory Distress Syndrome
- Small Bowel Obstruction
MD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Residency, Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Neonatal, Mount Sinai Hospital
Stroustrup A, Weintraub A, Cadet C, Perez R, DeLorenzo E, Holzman I. Group B Streptococcus exposure and self-limited respiratory distress in late preterm and term neonates. . Neonatology 2013 August ; 104(3): 210-215.
Weintraub A, Cadet C, Perez R, DeLorenzo E, Holzman I, Stroustrup A. Antibiotic use in newborns with transient tachypnea of the newborn.. Neonatology 2013 February; 103(3): 235-240.
Weintraub A, Ferrara L, Deluca L, Moshier E, Green R, Oakman E, Lee M, Rand L. Antenatal antibiotic exposure in preterm infants with necrotizing enterocolitis. . J Perinatol 2012 September; 32(9): 705-709.
Koestler J, Weintraub A, Baer G, Munoz J, Schindler M, Green R, Ludmer P, Norton K, Tschernia A, Lee P, Siqueira L, Ting A, Garwood J, Wallach E, Herold B, Campbell A, Satlin L, Saland J, Alvarez R, Galvez M, Barnett S, Siegel L. Mount Sinai Case Curriculum in Pediatrics. MedEdPORTAL 2006;.
Weintraub A, Lin X, Itskovich V, Aguinaldo J, Chapin W, Denhardt D, Fayad Z. Prenatal detection of embryo resorption in osteopontin-deficient mice using serial non-invasive magnetic resonance microscopy. Pediatric Res 2004; 55: 419-424.