Annemarie Stroustrup, MD
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Pediatrics
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Environmental Medicine & Public Health
Specialties:Pediatrics, Newborn Medicine
Dr. Annemarie Stroustrup is an Associate Professor with joint appointments to the Department of Pediatrics, Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health, and Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is also the System Chief of Newborn Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital and Director of Newborn Services for the Mount Sinai Health System.
In addition to attending in the NICU at Mount Sinai, Dr. Stroustrup heads a research program exploring the impact of hospital-based environmental exposures on multi-system long-term outcomes related to prematurity. Her multidisciplinary research interests span the fields of children’s environmental health, perinatal epidemiology, neonatology, and neurodevelopment.
Neonatal & Perinatal Medicine
American Board of Pediatrics
- Mechanical Ventilation
- Therapeutic Hypothermia
MD, Harvard Medical School
MPH, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Residency, Pediatrics, Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Neonatal/Perinatal, Mount Sinai Hospital
Society for Pediatric Research Young Investigator Coaching Program Award
The Dr. Harold and Golden Lamport Clinical Research Award
NIH Young Investigator Award for the 2008 Perinatal Research Society meeting
The Kurt Hirschhorn Pediatric Resident Award for Academic Excellence Intellectual Curiosity
The Pasteur Award for clinical research, Harvard Medical School
Radiological Society of North America Magna Cum Laude Award for Excellence in Education
Dr. Stroustrup’s research interests bridge the disciplines of perinatal epidemiology, neonatology, and environmental health. Specifically, she works to better understand modifiable causes of adverse outcomes in neonates born preterm, low birth weight, or otherwise ill. Her current research focuses on elucidating potential environmental contributors to poor neurodevelopmental outcomes in NICU graduates. Her research group’s website is located at http://labs.icahn.mssm.edu/stroustruplab.
Current research support:
UH3 OD023320 09/21/16 – 08/31/23 Developmental Impact of NICU Exposure (DINE) Description: This contract is part of the NIH Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Pediatric Cohorts program. The DINE cohort brings approximately 1,000 preterm infants born at 15 sites across the United States to ECHO, with the aim of evaluating the impact of NICU-based chemical andnon-chemical exposures on multi-system long-term outcomes to age 10.
Completed research support:
NIH/ NIEHS 1K23ES022268-01 9/3/2013 – 5/31/2018 Chemical Exposures and Infant Outcomes in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Description: In this project we aim to understand the impact of chemical and non-chemical (social, emotional) exposures in the hospital environment on long-term neurodevelopmental outcomes of preterm infants. This work could allow modification of the NICU experience to optimize outcomes for hundreds of thousands of children born preterm each year.