Joseph May, MD, MPH
Joseph W. May, MD, MPH, Lieutenant Colonel, Army
Name: Joseph W. May, MD, MPH, Lieutenant Colonel, Army
Clinical impact of a novel patch ambulatory rhythm monitor in children
Murmur management in children
Fellowship: Pediatric Cardiology, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, CA (2009-2012)
Residency: Pediatrics, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC (2005-2007)
Internship: Pediatrics, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC (2004-2005)
MD: Pennsylvania State College of Medicine, Hershey, PA (2000-2004)
MPH: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA (2010-2012)
BA: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD (1996-2000)
Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments
- Walter Reed Master Clinician Recognition
- Alpha Omega Alpha National Honor Medical Society
- The Cosmos Club
- Army Assistant Chief, Graduate Medical and Dental Education, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (2018-2020)
- Assistant Chief, Department of Pediatrics, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (2018-2020)
- Chief, Pediatric Cardiology Division, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (2014-2018)
- Staff Pediatric Cardiologist, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (2012-2014)
- Field Surgeon (PROFIS), 3rd Squadron, 71st Infantry Regiment, Paktika Province, Afghanistan (2013-2014)
- Brigade Surgeon, 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division, Baghdad, Iraq (2008-2009)
- Brigade Surgeon, 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division, Baumholder, Germany (2007-2008)
- May JW, Cardiology, In: Pediatric Surgery and Medicine for Hostile Environments, Second Edition, Creamer KM and Fuenfer MM, eds., Borden Institute, 431-443, 2016.
- May JW, Carter EL, Hitt JR, Burklow TR. Clinical impact of a novel ambulatory rhythm monitor in children. Cardiol Young. 2018 Oct;10:1134-40. [Epub 10 July 2018].
- May JW, Congenital heart disease in the military: what we need to know. American College of Cardiology’s congenital heart disease and pediatric cardiology clinical topic collection (August 29, 2018) https://www.acc.org/latest-in-cardiology/articles/2018/08/29/06/54/congenital-heart-disease-in-the-military
- Folker C and May J. Index of suspicion: an 11-month-old boy with new bradycardia. Pediatr Review. 2019 Jan;40(1):42-45.
- Pasman EA, Needleman M, May JW. Late recovery of sinus rhythm following perioperative complete atrioventricular block in a child with congenitally corrected transposition. Ann Pediatr Cardiol. 2018 Sep-Dec;11:297-9.
- Weber L, May J, Needleman M. Pre-operative voltage mapping in Ebstein’s anomaly: can we make the late arrhythmogenic mortality following the cone procedure zero? Cardiol Young. 2017 Mar;27(2):373-374.
- Pinches H, Dobbins K, May J, Lopreiato J. Asymptomatic Kawasaki disease in a 3 month old infant. Pediatrics. 2016 Aug;138(2):e20153936. [Epub ahead of print]
- Gupta LJ and May JW. Managing a “new” murmur in healthy children and teens. Clinical Pediatrics. 2016 Jun;5(4):357-362.
- Khoury M, Kallile M, May J, Punn R. Systemic hypertension in an infant with unrepaired tetralogy of Fallot: case report. Cardiol Young. 2012 Nov 13:1-3.
- May JW and Shmorhun DP. Migration of an abandoned pacemaker into the pouch of Douglas in a child with complex congenital heart disease. Pacing and Clinical Electrophys. 2007 Jul;30(7):910-11.