About Shivani Mehta
Born and raised in Orlando, FL, Shivani joined CRS as an undergraduate research intern in 2018, joining the team full-time after graduating from Boston University in 2019 with her bachelor’s in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and her minor in Public Health. While in college, Shivani was an emergency medical technician and Applied Behavior Analysis instructor, working with autistic children to promote behavioral development and academic advancement. Shivani is now a medical student at NYITCOM in Old Westbury, NY, and is excited to bring together her passion for critical care research and patient advocacy as a critical care physician.
Ross C, Kumar R, Pelland-Marcotte MC, Mehta S, Kleinman ME, Thiagarajan RR, Ghbeis MB, VanderPluym CJ, Friedman KG, Porras D, Fynn-Thompson F, Goldhaber SZ, Brandão LR. “Acute Management of High-Risk and Intermediate-Risk Pulmonary Embolism in Children: A Review. Chest. 2022 Mar;161(3):791-802.
Donnino MW, Thompson GS, Mehta S, Paschali M, Howard P, Antonsen SB, Balaji L, Bertisch SM, Edwards R, Ngo LH, Grossestreuer AV. “Psychophysiologic symptom relief therapy for chronic back pain: a pilot randomized controlled trial.” PAIN Reports, 2021 Sept
Pawar RD, Balaji L, Mehta S, Cole A, Liu X, Peradze N, Grossestreuer AV, Issa MS, Patel P, Kirby JE, Rowley CF, Berg KM, Moskowitz A, Donnino MW. “Viral load and disease severity in COVID-19.” Internal and Medicine, 2021 Jun 16;1–9.
Donnino MW, Moskowitz A, Thompson GS, Heydrick SJ, Pawar RD, Berg KM, Mehta S, Patel PV, Grossestreuer AV. “Comparison Between Influenza and COVID-19 at a Tertiary Care Center.” Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2021 Jun (EPub 2021 Mar 18); 36(6):168
Witten L, Gardner R, Holmberg MJ, Wiberg S, Moskowitz A, Mehta S, Grossestreuer AV, Yankama T, Donnino MW, Berg KM. Reasons for death in patients successfully resuscitated from out-of-hospital and in-hospital cardiac arrest. Resuscitation. 2019 Mar; 136:9