Pediatric Residency Program

Residency Core Faculty

David Berman, DO Infectious Disease

Dr. Berman joined Johns Hopkins All Children's pediatric infectious disease program in 2001. A graduate of Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine in Miami, he completed his pediatric residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center/Schneider Children's Hospital, a campus of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Berman completed his pediatric infectious disease fellowship at the University of Miami School of Medicine, Jackson Medical Center, where he received the University of Miami Fellow Teaching Recognition Award.
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Kimberly Collins, MD Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Collins is a pediatric hospitalist and the associate program director of the pediatric hospital medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She joined the hospital in 2014 and serves as a core faculty member of the pediatric residency program and co-director of the residency program’s hospitalist rotation. Dr. Collins is a graduate of the University of Toledo College of Medicine, where she also completed her pediatric residency and served as chief pediatric resident. Her academic interests include medical education and simulation.
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Jacquelyn Crews, MD Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Crews specializes in pediatric medicine at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She joined the hospital staff in 2017. Dr. Crews is also a certified lactation consultant. Dr. Crews earned her medical degree from the University of South Florida in Tampa. She trained in pediatrics at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, graduating in the program's inaugural class and serving as co-chief resident from 2015 to 2018. Dr. Crews also holds a master’s degree in entrepreneurship from the University of Florida in Gainesville.
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Rachel Dawkins, MD Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Dawkins is medical director of the Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Clinics in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Department of Pediatric Medicine, seeing patients in St. Petersburg, Florida. She also is an assistant professor of pediatrics in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Dawkins is active nationally with the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Board of Pediatrics. Her research and teaching interests are in childhood resilience, advocacy, resident education and obesity.
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Robert Dudas, MD Hospitalist

Dr. Dudas is chief academic hospitalist at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. He is an associate professor of pediatrics and associate director of general pediatrics and adolescent medicine in the Department of Pediatrics for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Dudas also serves as chair of general pediatrics, hospital and adolescent medicine at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and is program director of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship. He joined the hospital staff in 2015. His clinical and education focus is on developing the pediatric residency program and directing the pediatric hospital medicine fellowship. Dr. Dudas’ educator ratings have placed him consistently among the top 10 percent of educators in the department of pediatrics for 10 years. In 2014, he received an international award for teaching from the Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) and in 2015 he received the Academic Pediatric Association Teaching Award for Faculty.
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Neil A. Goldenberg, MD PhD Hematology / Oncology

Dr. Goldenberg was named director of research at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in July 2012 as well as chief research officer of the Johns Hopkins All Children's Research Institute and director of the new Clinical and Translational Research Organization at JHACH. He is an associate professor of pediatrics and medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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Taryn Hill, MD Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Hill provides care and teaches residents in the General Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Clinic in the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Department of Pediatric Medicine in St. Petersburg, Florida. She is the newborn nursery rotation director for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s pediatric residency program. She currently participates in short-term medical missions in Rwanda through Africa New Life Ministries. Dr. Hill earned her medical degree at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and earned a master of secondary education at Arizona State University. She completed her pediatric residency through The Johns Hopkins Hospital Harriet Lane Pediatric Residency Program in Baltimore, Maryland. She was a medical volunteer with the Johns Hopkins Pediatric Residency International Elective in Guyana and Kenya. She holds a faculty appointment with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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Jennifer Maniscalco, MD MPH MACM Hospitalist

Dr. Maniscalco specializes in caring for hospitalized children and serves as the Associate Director of the Pediatrics Residency at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She joined the medical staff in 2018. Dr. Maniscalco's research focus in on learner motivation and autonomy, and the impact of these qualities on learning in the clinical environment. Her educational focus is on learner assessment and curriculum development in graduate medical education, and professional development in medical education and pediatric hospital medicine (PHM). She is the proud recipient of the 2017 PHM Award for Educational Excellence and the co-recipient with national colleagues of the 2017 and 2018 PHM Award for Collaborative Impact.
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John Morrison, MD PhD Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Morrison specializes in the care of hospital patients as a pediatric hospitalist in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. His clinical interests include the treatment of common pediatric conditions requiring hospitalization with a special interest in children with medical complexity. He is also interested in developing and practicing evidence-based pediatric medicine with an emphasis on patient-centered, cost-effective care.
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Patricia Quigley, MD Hospitalist

Dr. Quigley specializes in caring for hospitalized children and is director of undergraduate medical education at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Additionally, she is an assistant professor of pediatrics for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She joined hospital staff in 2015. Dr. Quigley earned her medical degree from Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. She trained in pediatrics at American Family Children’s Hospital in Madison, Wisconsin, where she also served as chief resident. Dr. Quigley then earned a master’s of medical education from the University of Iowa.
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Jasmine Reese, MD MPH Adolescent Medicine

Dr. Reese is the director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Specialty Clinic within the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. She is also the adolescent medicine rotation director for the pediatric residency program. She joined the Johns Hopkins All Children's medical staff in 2016 and serves as a full-time assistant professor of pediatrics in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Reese’s clinical interests include reproductive health and mental health, and her research focuses are medical education and curriculum development in adolescent mental health and depression. She is an active member of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, where she also serves as the secretary for the southeast United States region.
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Jane Sando, MD Pediatric Medicine

Dr. Sando specializes in pediatric medicine at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, seeing patients in St. Petersburg, Florida. Previously, she worked at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, where she was an attending physician in the emergency center caring for urgent care patients and educating pediatric residents. Dr. Sando earned her medical degree from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine where she was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. She completed a pediatric residency at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Following, she provided clinical care and resident education in The Johns Hopkins Hospital pediatric emergency department and at Howard County General Hospital (emergency center and inpatient).
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Fauzia Shakeel, MD Neonatology

Dr. Shakeel specializes in neonatology with the Johns Hopkins All Children's Maternal, Fetal & Neonatal Institute. She joined the medical staff in 1999. She has a clinical focus on nutritional care for neonates to improve clinical outcomes in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and improving clinical outcomes in infants with short bowel syndrome at risk of intestinal failure. She is chair of the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Care Under Intestinal Rehabilitation Excellence (CUIRE) intestinal rehabilitation program. She also has a clinical focus on Patient Safety & Quality and is a quality lead for the hospital’s Maternal Fetal & Neonatal Institute.
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Wayne Stark, MD Emergency Medicine

Dr. Stark completed his pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Kosair Children’s Hospital and the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky, and also received a master’s of science in clinical investigation from the University of Louisville School of Public Health. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his pediatric residency at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, receiving the Elsa Mae Tercha Memorial Award for dedication, professionalism and patient advocacy while providing care in the pediatric emergency department. Dr. Stark is board certified in pediatrics and board eligible in pediatric emergency medicine.
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Matthew Thomas, MD Infectious Disease

Dr. Thomas specializes in pediatric infectious diseases in the Department of Medicine. His areas of academic and clinical interests include antimicrobial stewardship, antimicrobial resistance, environmental antimicrobial contamination and the effect on the human microbiome and microbial ecology. Dr. Thomas joined Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in August 2016, after completing a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Miami School of Medicine/Jackson Memorial Medical Center. Before that, he was chief resident of pediatrics as West Virginia University/Charleston Area Medical Center.
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