Paul Aronson, MD, MHS

  • Associate Professor of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine)
  • Deputy Director, Pediatric Residency Program
  • Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Elective, Pediatrics

Paul L. Aronson, MD, MHS is a pediatric emergency medicine physician and clinical researcher with a focus on the evaluation and management of febrile young infants. His current research aims to develop an app to better inform parents of febrile young infants and to facilitate shared decision-making for infants at low-risk for invasive bacterial infections.

Education
  • MHS, Yale School of Medicine, 2019
  • MD, New York University School of Medicine, 2005
  • BA, Duke University, 2000
Publications
  • Aronson PL, Shabanova V, Shapiro ED, Wang ME, Nigrovic LE, Pruitt CM, DePorre AG, Leazer RC, Desai S, Sartori LF, Marble RD, Rooholamini SN, McCulloh RJ, Woll C, Balamuth F, Alpern ER, Shah SS, Williams DJ, Browning WL, Shah N, Neuman MI. A Prediction Model to Identify Febrile Infants ≤60 Days at Low Risk of Invasive Bacterial Infection. Pediatrics 2019, 144.
  • Aronson PL, Schaeffer P, Fraenkel L, Shapiro ED, Niccolai LM. Physicians' and Nurses' Perspectives on the Decision to Perform Lumbar Punctures on Febrile Infants ≤8 Weeks Old. Hospital Pediatrics 2019, 9:405-414.
  • Pruitt CM, Neuman MI, Shah SS, Shabanova V, Woll C, Wang ME, Alpern ER, Williams DJ, Sartori L, Desai S, Leazer RC, Marble RD, McCulloh RJ, DePorre AG, Rooholamini SN, Lumb CE, Balamuth F, Shin S, Aronson PL. Factors Associated with Adverse Outcomes among Febrile Young Infants with Invasive Bacterial Infections. The Journal Of Pediatrics 2019, 204:177-182.e1.
  • Aronson PL, Wang ME, Shapiro ED, Shah SS, DePorre AG, McCulloh RJ, Pruitt CM, Desai S, Nigrovic LE, Marble RD, Leazer RC, Rooholamini SN, Sartori LF, Balamuth F, Woll C, Neuman MI. Risk Stratification of Febrile Infants ≤60 Days Old Without Routine Lumbar Puncture. Pediatrics 2018, 142.
  • Woll C, Neuman MI, Pruitt CM, Wang ME, Shapiro ED, Shah SS, McCulloh RJ, Nigrovic LE, Desai S, DePorre AG, Leazer RC, Marble RD, Balamuth F, Feldman EA, Sartori LF, Browning WL, Aronson PL. Epidemiology and Etiology of Invasive Bacterial Infection in Infants ≤60 Days Old Treated in Emergency Departments. The Journal Of Pediatrics 2018, 200:210-217.e1.
  • Aronson PL, Wang ME, Nigrovic LE, Shah SS, Desai S, Pruitt CM, Balamuth F, Sartori L, Marble RD, Rooholamini SN, Leazer RC, Woll C, DePorre AG, Neuman MI. Time to Pathogen Detection for Non-ill Versus Ill-Appearing Infants ≤60 Days Old With Bacteremia and Meningitis. Hospital Pediatrics 2018, 8:379-384.
  • Aronson PL, Lyons TW, Cruz AT, Freedman SB, Okada PJ, Fleming AH, Arms JL, Thompson AD, Schmidt SM, Louie J, Alfonzo MJ, Monuteaux MC, Nigrovic LE. Impact of Enteroviral Polymerase Chain Reaction Testing on Length of Stay for Infants 60 Days Old or Younger. The Journal Of Pediatrics 2017, 189:169-174.e2.
  • Chua KP, Neuman MI, McWilliams JM, Aronson PL. Association between Clinical Outcomes and Hospital Guidelines for Cerebrospinal Fluid Testing in Febrile Infants Aged 29-56 Days. The Journal Of Pediatrics 2015, 167:1340-6.e9.
  • Aronson PL, Thurm C, Williams DJ, Nigrovic LE, Alpern ER, Tieder JS, Shah SS, McCulloh RJ, Balamuth F, Schondelmeyer AC, Alessandrini EA, Browning WL, Myers AL, Neuman MI. Association of clinical practice guidelines with emergency department management of febrile infants ≤56 days of age. Journal Of Hospital Medicine 2015, 10:358-65.
  • Aronson PL, Thurm C, Alpern ER, Alessandrini EA, Williams DJ, Shah SS, Nigrovic LE, McCulloh RJ, Schondelmeyer A, Tieder JS, Neuman MI. Variation in care of the febrile young infant <90 days in US pediatric emergency departments. Pediatrics 2014, 134:667-77.