Nicholas Jabre is simultaneously pursuing training in pediatric pulmonology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He received his MD from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed his residency in pediatrics at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Nicholas’ research interests lie at the intersection of bioethics and pediatric pulmonary medicine. His previous fellowship work examined the influence of material hardship on indoor allergen exposure and asthma morbidity on children in Baltimore. His current research seeks to understand how parents perceive interactions with clinicians while deliberating chronic mechanical ventilation for their children.
- Residency, Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, Saint Petersburg, FL
- MD, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
- Jabre NA, Jassal M, Lee C. Breath-actuated inhalers in childhood asthma. Contemporary Pediatrics Sept 2018; 35(9).
- Jabre NA, Keet C, Matsui E. (2019, May). Material Hardship and Modifiable Causes of Asthma Morbidity in Children. American Thoracic Society International Meeting 2019, Dallas, TX.
- Al Baroudi S, Jabre N, Dunn E, Collaco JM. (2019, May). A 15-Year-Old with Dyspnea and Vanishing Bones. American Thoracic Society International Meeting; Dallas, TX.