David R. Stagliano

MD

Lieutenant Colonel, Army

Department of Primary Appointment:
School of Medicine
Pediatrics
Title
Transitional Year Internship Program Director
Location: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, MD
Research Interests:
Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Office Phone

Education

Fellowship: Pediatric Infectious Diseases, National Capital Consortium, NW Washington, DC, 2008-2011, Graves B. Erskine Outstanding Graduating Fellow
Residency: Pediatrics, National Capital Consortium, NW Washington, DC, 2004-2006
Internship: Pediatrics, National Capital Consortium, NW Washington, DC, 2003-2004
Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 1999-2003, Doctor of Medicine
Undergraduate: University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, 1995-1999, Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry-Philosophy, Summa Cum Laude, Excellence in Biochemistry Undergraduate

Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments

Director, Transitional Year Internship Program, National Capital Consortium, Bethesda, MD, Jun 2014-present

Division Chief, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, WRNMMC, Bethesda, MD, Jun 2013-present

Chair, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Product Line, WRNMMC, Bethesda, MD, Dec 2015-present

Associate Program Director, Transitional Year Internship, National Capital Consortium, Bethesda, MD, Jun 2013-Jun 2014

Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Paktika Surgeon, OEF XIX, Sharana, Afghanistan, Oct 2012-Jun 2013

Assistant Division Chief, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, WRNMMC, Bethesda, MD, Jul 2011-Oct 2012

Pediatric Teaching Hospitalist, Department of Pediatrics, WRNMMC, Bethesda, MD 20889, Jul 2011-2014

Pediatric Continuity Clinic Preceptor, Department of Pediatrics, WRNMMC, Bethesda, MD 20889, Jul 2011-Oct 2012

Battalion Flight Surgeon, Operation Iraqi Freedom V, 4-3 Assault Helicopter Battalion, Camp Striker, Iraq, May 2007-Apr 2008

Bibliography

Helfrich AM , Nylund CM, Eide MM, Eberly MD, Stagliano DR. Healthy Late-Preterm Infants Born 33-36+6 Weeks Gestational Age Have Higher Risk for Respiratory Syncytial Virus Hospitalization. Early Hum Dev. 2015 Sep;91(9):541-6. PMID: 26176560.

Stagliano DR, Nylund CM, Eide MB, Eberly MD. Children with Down Syndrome are High-Risk for Severe Respiratory Syncytial Virus Disease. J Pediatr. 2015 Mar;166(3):703-9. PMID: 25596098.