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Erica Maria Smit Sibinga, M.D.

Academic Degrees
B.A., Biopsychology Honors, Wesleyan University, 1985
M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1992
M.S. Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, 2005

Departmental Affiliation
Dept of Pediatrics - Division of General Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

Departmental Address
200 N. Wolfe St., Rm 2073
Baltimore, MD 21287

Email: esibinga@jhmi.edu
Phone: (410)-614-3864
Fax: (410)-502-5440

Certifications:
1995-Present    Maryland License #D0047819, expiration 9/30/2007
1993                National Board of Medical Examiners
1993-1995        Neonatal Advanced Life Support
1995-present    Maryland State Board of Medical Examiners
1996-present    American Board of Pediatrics; re-certification 2003
2006                Pediatric Advanced Life Support

AWARDS AND HONORS:
1979-1980   Chapter President, National Honor Society
1984           Sigma Xi Science Honor Society, Wesleyan University
1985           Senior thesis awarded Honors--Karl Lashley: Iconoclast Among Psychologists
2004-2005   Johns Hopkins University CAM Center Training Award
2005           Center for Mind-Body Research Faculty Travel Award for Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction program participation
2006           Center for Mind-Body Research Faculty Travel Award to attend Annual MBSR Research Conference— Integrating Mindfulness-Based Interventions into Medicine, Health Care, and Society; Worcester, MA
2005-2006    Johns Hopkins University CAM Center Trainee

Publications:
Maguire Jr. HC, Sibinga E, Weiner D, Greene M. The neu gene in 4 human neuroblastoma cell lines.  Progress in Clinical Biological Research, Advances in Neuroblastoma Research 1988; 271: 165-73.

Sibinga EMS, Ottolini MC, Duggan AK, Wilson MH.  Parent-pediatrician communication about complementary and alternative medicine use for children.  Clinical Pediatrics.  Clinical Pediatrics. 2004 May;43(4):367-73.

Sibinga EMS, Shindell DL, Casella JF, Duggan AK, Wilson, MH.  Pediatric Patients with Sickle Cell Disease: Use of Complementary and Alternative Therapies. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Apr 2006;12(3):291-298.

Sibinga EMS, Stewart M, Magyari T, Gallagher C, Hutton N, Ellen JM.  Mindfulness-based stress reduction for HIV-infected youth: a pilot study.  Submitted.

Lyon ME, Williams P, Woods ER, Hutton N, Butler AM, Sibinga E, Brady MT, Oleske JM.  DNR and/or Hospice Care, Psychological Health and Quality of Life among Children/Adolescents with AIDS.  Submitted.

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