Stuart Bradin, DO

Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Assistant Medical Director of Pediatric Patients, Survival Flight

Children's Emergency Services
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Michigan Medical School
1540 East Hospital Drive
CW 2-737, SPC 4260
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-4260

734-232-2266

Administrative Contact

Mary Dombrowski
marydomb@med.umich.edu

Biography

Dr. Bradin completed his undergraduate degree at Emory University and medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine. This was followed by rotating internship in Wilmington, Delaware and pediatric residency and pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Women's and Children's Hospital of Buffalo in New York. He worked as an attending physician there for 2 years and has been at the University of Michigan since 2002.

Dr. Bradin’s research interests include pediatric disaster medicine and preparedness, critical care, sepsis and trauma.

Online Research Profile Links

Research Gate
Michigan Research Experts

Clinical Interests

HUS Study- PEMCRC

Aims and Objectives:
Aim 1: Describe host phenotypes and patient and provider patterns for patients with STEC infections across a large network of hospitals

Aim 2: Identify host phenotypes and patient and provider care data (e.g. IV fluid hydration, antibiotic pharmacotherapy) that are associated with development of HUS and OARF in patients with STEC infections.

Study Design:
Multicenter retrospective cohort study of children less than 18 years of age with STEC infection
Primary outcome: HUS
Secondary outcomes: OARF HUS and other complications of HUS.
Statistical Analysis: We will perform multivariate analysis to identify independent risk factors for HUS.


 Pern Pneumonia Study

Community acquired pneumonia
The purpose of this research study is to create tools to identify which children with a lung infection (called pneumonia) might get worse or better over time using children from pediatric emergency departments from all over the world