Caroline J Barangan, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine
Dr. Caroline Barangan did her medical school training at Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NY); pediatric residency and chief residency at the University of Florida at Orlando health (FL); and adolescent medicine fellowship training at the Montefiore Hospital for Children/AECOM (NY). She is board-certified in pediatrics and adolescent medicine. She was the division chief of adolescent medicine and assistant program director for pediatric residency training at the University of Nevada school of medicine in Las Vegas early in her career. She created and developed the adolescent medicine program at UNSOM and the school based health services in the Las Vegas community. She returned to her residency training program in Orlando to become the pediatric residency program director and adolescent medicine specialist prior to taking her current position as program director for the adolescent medicine fellowship at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is the director of the adolescent medicine rotation/experience offered at the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center. She has been active in facilitating workshops focused on teaching adolescent health to providers and learners of all disciplines and levels. She is a member of the Society of Adolescent Health Education Committee/ Curriculum Sub-committee in creating a standardized curriculum for adolescent health educators to utilize with their learners.
Barangan CJ. Just Being a Teenager. Nevada Pediatrician Newsletter 2009 September;.
Ekeh O, Barangan CJ. Double Portion: An Atypical Presentation of an MDA in an Adolescent Female. J. Invest Med 2009;.
Molas-Torreblanca K, Barangan CJ. Vomiting and Dehydration as a Presentation for Severe Dysmenorrhea.;.
Barangan CJ. An Unusual Combination of Mullerian Duct Anomalies in an Older Adolescen.;.
Barangan CJ, Coupey S. Interviewing the Adolescent Patient. In: Adolecent Secrets. PA, Hanley & Belfus;.
Barangan CJ, Alderman EM. Management of substance abuse. Pediatrics in review / American Academy of Pediatrics 2002 Apr; 23(4).