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Biography Dr. Shemesh serves as the Chief of theDivision of Behavioral and Developmental Health in the Department of Pediatricsat Mount Sinai Medical Center. Dr.Shemesh is trained as both a pediatrician and a psychiatrist. He has published several dozens of scientificarticles on the emotional impact of chronic illnesses in children and adults,with a special emphasis on distress, posttraumatic stress, depression, and nonadherenceto medical treatments. Dr. Shemesh’sfederally funded research currently concentrates on how to measure and improveadherence and posttraumatic stress in medically-ill children and adults. Dr. Shemesh has created or headed severalprograms to address the emotional needs of medically ill patients, includingI-COPE (Interdisciplinary Cardiology Outpatient Program @ Elmhurst hospitalcenter), a collaboration with the cardiology clinic at Elmhurst HospitalMedical Center; EMPOWER (Enhancing,Managing, and Promoting Well-being and Resiliency), within the Jaffe Food AllergyInstitute at Mount Sinai; and BHIP (Behavioral Health Integrated Program) atthe Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. In addition, he was the medical director of a program to address theneeds of emotionally traumatized children within the Divisions of Child andAdolescent Psychiatry and Traumatic Stress Studies at Mount Sinai – the CATCH program (ChildrenAfter Trauma Care and Health). Dr. Shemesh’s interests include teaching and traininga new generation of clinicians in providing and researching the best way toprovide multidisciplinary, compassionate patient-centered care. His division hosts a psychology externshipprogram that trains psychologists in caring for children with medicalillnesses, and he actively participates in the Mount Sinai Medical School’s translationalresearch teaching initiative. Clinical Focus http://www.mountsinai.org/patient-care/health-library/diseases-and-conditions/anxiety Anxiety Behavioral Health Emotional Adjustment To Chronic Illness Multi-Disciplinary Training Area Clinical Research Education Program [CLR] Education MD, Hebrew University Internship, Rotating Beilinson Hospital Residency, Rotating Beilinson Medical Center Residency, Peds/Psych/Child Psc Mount Sinai Hospital Languages English, Hebrew

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  • The kids are all right

    Tutino, R., Martinez, C., Pressman, A. W., Chung, J. & Shemesh, E., May 2024, In: Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. 132, 5, p. 549-550 2 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalEditorial

  • Feasibility of using a patient-reported outcome measure into clinical practice following pediatric liver transplantation: The Starzl Network experience

    the Starzl Network, Feb 2023, In: Pediatric Transplantation. 27, 1, e14409.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    4 Scopus citations
  • Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery (RECOVER) adult study protocol: Rationale, objectives, and design

    Horwitz, L. I., Thaweethai, T., Brosnahan, S. B., Cicek, M. S., Fitzgerald, M. L., Goldman, J. D., Hess, R., Hodder, S. L., Jacoby, V. L., Jordan, M. R., Krishnan, J. A., Laiyemo, A. O., Metz, T. D., Nichols, L., Patzer, R. E., Sekar, A., Singer, N. G., Stiles, L. E., Taylor, B. S., Ahmed, S., & 184 othersAlgren, H. A., Anglin, K., Aponte-Soto, L., Ashktorab, H., Bassett, I. V., Bedi, B., Bhadelia, N., Bime, C., Bind, M. A. C., Black, L. J., Blomkalns, A. L., Brim, H., Castro, M., Chan, J., Charney, A. W., Chen, B. K., Chen, L. Q., Chen, P., Chestek, D., Chibnik, L. B., Chow, D. C., Chu, H. Y., Clifton, R. G., Collins, S., Costantine, M. M., Cribbs, S. K., Deeks, S. G., Dickinson, J. D., Donohue, S. E., Durstenfeld, M. S., Emery, I. F., Erlandson, K. M., Facelli, J. C., Farah-Abraham, R., Finn, A. V., Fischer, M. S., Flaherman, V. J., Fleurimont, J., Fonseca, V., Gallagher, E. J., Gander, J. C., Gennaro, M. L., Gibson, K. S., Go, M., Goodman, S. N., Granger, J. P., Greenway, F. L., Hafner, J. W., Han, J. E., Harkins, M. S., Hauser, K. S. P., Heath, J. R., Hernandez, C. R., Ho, O., Hoffman, M. K., Hoover, S. E., Horowitz, C. R., Hsu, H., Hsue, P. Y., Hughes, B. L., Jagannathan, P., James, J. A., John, J., Jolley, S., Judd, S. E., Juskowich, J. J., Kanjilal, D. G., Karlson, E. W., Katz, S. D., Daniel Kelly, J., Kelly, S. W., Kim, A. Y., Kirwan, J. P., Knox, K. S., Kumar, A., Lamendola-Essel, M. F., Lanca, M., Lee-Lannotti, J. K., Craig Lefebvre, R., Levy, B. D., Lin, J. Y., Logarbo, B. P., Logue, J. K., Longo, M. T., Luciano, C. A., Lutrick, K., Malakooti, S. K., Mallett, G., Maranga, G., Marathe, J. G., Marconi, V. C., Marshall, G. D., Martin, C. F., Martin, J. N., May, H. T., McComsey, G. A., McDonald, D., Mendez-Figueroa, H., Miele, L., Mittleman, M. A., Mohandas, S., Mouchati, C., Mullington, J. M., Nadkarni, G. N., Nahin, E. R., Neuman, R. B., Newman, L. T., Nguyen, A., Nikolich, J. Z., Ofotokun, I., Ogbogu, P. U., Palatnik, A., Palomares, K. T. S., Parimon, T., Parry, S., Parthasarathy, S., Patterson, T. F., Pearman, A., Peluso, M. J., Pemu, P., Pettker, C. M., Plunkett, B. A., Pogreba-Brown, K., Poppas, A., Zachary Porterfield, J., Quigley, J. G., Quinn, D. K., Raissy, H., Rebello, C. J., Reddy, U. M., Reece, R., Reeder, H. T., Rischard, F. P., Rosas, J. M., Rosen, C. J., Rouphael, N. G., Rouse, D. J., Ruff, A. M., Jean, C. S., Sandoval, G. J., Santana, J. L., Schlater, S. M., Sciurba, F. C., Selvaggi, C., Seshadri, S., Sesso, H. D., Shah, D. P., Shemesh, E., Sherif, Z. A., Shinnick, D. J., Simhan, H. N., Singh, U., Sowles, A., Subbian, V., Sun, J., Suthar, M. S., Teunis, L. J., Thorp, J. M., Ticotsky, A., Tita, A. T. N., Tragus, R., Tuttle, K. R., Urdaneta, A. E., Utz, P. J., VanWagoner, T. M., Vasey, A., Vernon, S. D., Vidal, C., Walker, T., Ward, H. D., Warren, D. E., Weeks, R. M., Weiner, S. J., Weyer, J. C., Wheeler, J. L., Whiteheart, S. W., Wiley, Z., Williams, N. J., Wisnivesky, J. P., Wood, J. C., Yee, L. M., Young, N. M., Zisis, S. N. & Foulkes, A. S., Jun 2023, In: PLoS ONE. 18, 6 June, e0286297.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access
    7 Scopus citations
  • The improving Medication Adherence in Adolescents and young adults following Liver Transplantation (iMALT) multisite trial: Design and trial implementation considerations

    Shemesh, E., Duncan-Park, S., Mazariegos, G., Annunziato, R., Anand, R., Reyes-Mugica, M., Mitchell, J. & Shneider, B. L., Oct 2023, In: Clinical Trials. 20, 5, p. 528-535 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticlepeer-review

    Open Access
  • Acceleration of mobile health for monitoring post-transplant in the COVID-19 era: Applications for pediatric settings

    Campagna, B. R., Tutino, R., Stevanovic, K., Flood, J., Halevi, G., Shemesh, E. & Annunziato, R. A., Feb 2022, In: Pediatric Transplantation. 26, 1, e14152.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview articlepeer-review

    Open Access
    3 Scopus citations