Paul D. Winchester is the Medical Director of the NICU at St. Francis Hospital and a Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. His board certifications are in Perinatal and Neonatal Medicine and Pediatrics.
He has published extensive medical research. His research has been presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meetings and has included benefits of prenatal steroids in less than twenty-eight week gestation mothers, phenol based disinfectants associated with neonatal jaundice, increased risks of NEC related to cryptosporidium, blood transfusions, and adverse effects of prenatal exposure to pesticides.
Dr. Winchester received a BA from Stanford, an MA from the University of Michigan, an MD from the University of Colorado. He did his internship and residency in pediatrics at the University of Colorado Medical Center, and a fellowship in neonatology at Denver General Hospital, University of Colorado.
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