Camille Immanuel, M.D.

Fellow since July 2014

Dr. Immanuel presented 2 posters at the 2016 American Thoracic Society (ATS). Select each Abstract to see the poster presentations: Abstract A4791 | Abstract A6597

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Medical Degree

St. George's University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies

Masters Degree

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Residency

New York Medical College St. Joseph's Children's Hospital, Paterson, NJ

Scholarly Activity

C. Immanuel MD MHS, J. Tatum, J. Kennedy, B. Teng MD PhD, C. Luellen, S. Cormier PhD, E. Fitzpatrick PhD, C. Waters PhD. The role of the ASK-1 pathway in alveolar macrophage activation during ventilator associated lung injury. May 2015-current. (IACUC Approved, ongoing)

C. Immanuel MD MHS, A. Schwingshackl MD PhD, B. Teng MD, C. Luellen, JS. Saravia PhD, S. Cormier PhD, C. Waters PhD, E. Fitzpatrick PhD. The role of the stretch-activated K+ channel TREK-1 in alveolar macrophage activation during ventilator associated lung injury. July 2014-current. (IACUC Approved, ongoing)

C. Immanuel, M. Shaw, R. McGee, T. Spentzas. The prevalence of Propofol infusion syndrome in a pediatric intensive care setting: A retrospective look over five years. July 2015-current. (Pending IRB approval)

New Mentor: Dr. Chris Waters, Professor and Vice-Chair, Department of Physiology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

Fellowship Productivity

C. Immanuel, J. Tatum, J. Kennedy, B. Teng, C. Luellen, E. Fitzpatrick, C.M. Waters. The role of apoptosis signal regulating kinase 1 inflammasome activity of alveolar macrophages. Society of Critical Care Medicine. (Submitted for 2017 annual conference, pending acceptance)

C.N. Immanuel, J.A. Kennedy, B. Teng, C. Luellen, S.A. Cormier, E.A. Fitzpatrick, A. Schwingshackl, C.M. Waters. The Two-Pore potassium channel TREK-1 alters inflammasome activation in alveolar macrophages. American Thoracic Society. San Francisco, California. May 2016. Meeting Abstract A6597

J.A. Kennedy, C.N. Immanuel, C. Luellen, B. Teng, E.A. Fitzpatrick, C.M. Waters. Apoptosis signal regulating kinase-1 (ASK-1) promotes inflammasome priming in alveolar macrophages. American Thoracic Society. San Francisco, California. May 2016. Meeting Abstract A4791

C.N. Immanuel MD MHS, J.A. Kennedy, J. Tatum, C. Luellen, B. Teng MD, S. Cormier PhD, E.A. Fitzpatrick PhD, C.M. Waters PhD. Apoptosis signal kinase 1 promotes inflammasome priming in alveolar macrophages. 8th Annual Pediatric Research Day. The Children's Foundation Research Institute, Le Bonheur Children's Hospital, UTHSC, Memphis Tennessee. March 2016.

C. Immanuel MD MHS, A. Schwingshackl MD PhD, B. Teng MD, C. Luellen MSc, JS. Saravia PhD, S. Cormier PhD, C. Waters PhD, E. Fitzpatrick PhD. The role of the stretch-activated K+ channel TREK-1 in alveolar macrophage activation during ventilator associated lung injury. 7th Annual Pediatric Research Day. The Children's Foundation Research Institute, LeBonheur Children's Hospital, UTHSC, Memphis Tennessee. Nov 2014

Awards

  • 2016: Outstanding Research Poster Award—Clinical Fellow, Le Bonheur Children's Foundation Research Center, Memphis, TN.
  • 2014: The Excellence in Resident Teaching Award, St Joseph's Regional Healthcare System, Paterson, NJ.
  • 2014: The Excellence in Research Award, St Joseph's Regional Healthcare System, Paterson, NJ.
  • 2014: The Joaquin C. Miranda MD Neonatology Award, St. Joseph's Children's Hospital, Paterson, NJ.
  • 2010: Honorable Mention, The New Physician's 16th Annual Creative Arts Contest, AMSA

Publications & Presentations

Rizzo A DO, Immanuel C MD, Forti V MD, Gorn M MD. Finding comfort in different diagnostic modalities for children with suspected appendicitis. 27th Annual Eastern Society for Pediatric Research Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. March 2015

C Immanuel MD MHS, J Wronko DO, J Pula PhD RD, M Gorn MD, D Kroning MD. Advocacy for Use of Anti-emetics and Morphine During Observation for Possible Appendicitis in Urban Pediatric Emergency Room. Saint Joseph's Regional Medical 5th Annual Research Conference. Paterson, NJ. June 2014

Immanuel Camille, Wronko Johanna, Pula Jaime, Gorn Michael, Kroning David. Ileus and Constipation Confirmed by Abdominal X-ray may be Associated with Missed Cases of Appendicitis in an Urban Pediatric Emergency Room Setting. Saint Joseph's Regional Medical 5th Annual Research Conference. Paterson, NJ. June 2014

Kanemoto Shinya, Matsubara Muneaki, Plappert Theodore, Hamamoto Hirotsugu, Immanuel Camille, Milewski Rita Karianna, Martin St. JohnSutton, Gorman III Joseph H, Robert C Gorman. A Rabbit Model of Infarction Induced Ventricular Remodeling.Heart Failure Society of America's 10th Annual Scientific Meeting. Seattle, WA. September 2006.

Hirotsugu Hamamoto, Sakamoto Hiroaki, Ryan Liam P, Leshnower Bradley G, Kanemoto Shinya MD, Immanuel CamilleN,Zeeshan Ahmad, Parish Landi M, Plappert Theodore, Sutton Martin G St John, Gorman Joseph H, Gorman Robert C. Mild Hypothermia as an Adjunct to Reperfusion Therapy Improves Post Infarction Remodeling.The 2006 American Heart Association Scientific Session. Chicago, IL. November 2006.

Camille Immanuel MHS, Xuemei Luo PhD, Christopher L. Edwards PhD, William Richardson MD, Lloyd Hey MD, MS. Feasibility of Inpatient Handheld Encounter Capture for Resident Activity Training, and Avoidance of Missed Charges. 2003 Medical Informatics Conference. Chapel Hill, NC. June 2003

Personal

Camille is originally from Durham, NC and has enjoyed a plethora of research and clinical experiences along the east coast. Currently she resides in midtown Memphis, where she decompresses through various forms of artistic expression.

Contact Us

Department of Pediatrics

Critical Care Division

Le Bonheur Children's Hospital
Children's Foundation
Research Center
50 N Dunlap, 3rd Floor
Memphis, TN 38103
Phone: 901-287-6303

Program Coordinator

Rhonda Gray
E-mail: rgray25@uthsc.edu