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Ted S. Rosenkrantz, M.D.

Professor, Pediatrics
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UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-2948
Phone: 800-535-6232
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A.B.Rutgers CollegeBiological Sciences
M.D.Eastern Virginia Medical SchoolMedicine
OtherUniv of PA School of MedicinePhysiology
CertificateNational Library of MedicineMedical Informatics
CertificateHarvard School of Public HealthLeadership Development for Physicians in Academic Health Centers

Post-Graduate Training
InternshipUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicinePediatrics
ResidencyUniversity of Connecticut School of MedicinePediatrics
FellowshipWomen and Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, Brown UniversityNeonatology

Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Alicia’s Angels Angel Award for 2022. Award given for supporting families that have lost a child in the NICU over awardee’s career. November 6, 2022, Brandford, CT.Alicia's Angels
Who's Who in the WorldMarquis Who's Who
Who who's in AmericaMarquis Who's Who
Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement AwardMarquis Who's Who
Name & DescriptionCategoryRoleTypeScopeStart YearEnd Year
Frontiers in PediatricsOtherEditor- NeonatologyExternalInternational2021
Academic Appeals CommitteeAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity20162022
Health Center Faculty Review BoardAdvisory CommitteeMemberUConn HealthUniversity20162019
Case Fatality Review Committee of the Connecticut Child Advocate’s OfficeCommunity ServiceMemberExternalState20112020
Case Fatality Review Committee of the State of Connecticut Child Advocate’s Office, 2011 – presentAdvisory CommitteeMemberExternalState20112020
Infant Feeding Team, Member, 2010-presentAdvisory CommitteeMemberExternalLocal20102020
IBURP Program. Neonatal breathing and reflux program to eval and recommend therapy for infants with ongoing breathing issues beyond those associated with prematurityOtherDirectorExternalState20102020
Scientific Oversight Committee Member for UCONN Psychology Dept Master’s and Doctoral StudentsEducation CommitteeMember and MentorUConn-StorrsState2009
Director, Transitional Care Clinic, 2007-presentOtherDirector of ProgramOtherRegional20072020
Program Committee, District I Perinatal Section of the AAPProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalRegional20022020
eMedicine, Neonatology Section of Pediatrics, Chief EditorEditorial BoardChief EditorExternalInternational2000
Council of the District I Perinatal Section of the AAPProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMemberExternalRegional19982020
Coding Committee of the Section on Perinatal Pediatrics of the American Academy of PediatricsProfessional/Scientific OrganizationMember, EmeritusExternalNational19982020

Journal Articles

Book Chapters

  • Polycythemia and hyperviscosity in the newborn.
    Rosenkrantz TS and Oh W: Neonatal Hematology 2021 Mar;16
  • Polycythemia and Fetomaternal Hemorrhage
    Rosenkrantz TS, Sarkar S and Oh W. Fetal and Neonatal Brain Injury: Mechanisms, Management and Risks of Practice 2018 Oct;

Conference Papers



Title or AbstractTypeSponsor/EventDate/YearLocation
Rosenkrantz, TS: Sex differences in Hypoxic Ischemic Encphalopathy Outcomes.LectureDrexel U and St Christopher Hosp, Philadelphia2022Philadelphia
Moore IM, Walker M, Hussain N, Rosenkrantz TS, Eisenfeld and Pappagallo M. Evaluating the Effect of Infant Sex on a Standardized Cue-Based Feeding (CBF) Protocol in Preterm Infants (PTI).PosterPediatric Academic Societies, Annual Meeting2022Denver
Alur P, Chair of Hot Topic Symposium Individualized Neonatal Care-Sex-Specific Approach Matters! Panel members: Ojeda NB, Alur P, Fitch RH, Rosenkrantz TS and Hussain N.Panel DiscussionPediatric Academic Societies, Annual Meeting2022Denver
Rosenkrantz, TS: Sex differences in neonatal neuroprotection may arise at the cellular level.LectureAnnual Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting,2022Denver, CO,
Mc Leod, RM, Koski R, Rosenkrantz, T and Fitch R. Sex differences in the protective mechanism of action of caffeine on microglia in a rodent model of preterm hypoxic ischemic injury.LectureAnnual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience2022San Diego, CA
Rosenkrantz, TS. HIE in the preterm infant: Brain injury, therapies and outcomes. Newborn Brain Society – Weekly Newborn Webinar, Originated in Boston, MA, Oct 15, 2020Plenary LectureNewborn Brain Society2020Boston Webinar
Rhein, L, White, H, Feldman, H, Kremer, T, Simoneau, T, Lahiri, T, Rosenkrantz, TS.and RHO Study Group. Protocolized discontinuation of home oxygen therapy in infants with bronchopulmonary dysplasia and patterns of respiratory adverse events.PosterPediatric Academic Societies (PAS)2019Baltimore, MD
McLeod, R, Rosenkrantz, TS and Fitch RH. Effect of caffeine administration timing, sex and prenatal condition on cognitive outcomes in premature infants.PosterSociety for Neuroscience2019Chicago, IL