Biography

Amy B. Middleman, MD, MPH, MSEd
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Baylor College of Medicine
 
Director
Adolescent and Young Adult Immunization
Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research
Texas Children's Hospital
Houston, Texas

 

Amy B. Middleman, MD, MPH, MSEd, is Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) and Director of Adolescent and Young Adult Immunization, Texas Children's Hospital Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research, both in Houston, Texas. Since 2001, Dr. Middleman has also served as Director of the Pediatric Core Clerkship at BCM.

Dr. Middleman attended Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut as an undergraduate. In 1986, she received her BS and proceeded to University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia to earn her medical degree. Dr. Middleman also holds a Master of Science in Education degree from University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education and a Master of Public Health degree from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston. Her postgraduate education includes an internship and residency in the Department of Pediatrics at Children's Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University, in Chicago and an Adolescent Medicine Fellowship completed at the Children's Hospital at Harvard University.

Dr. Middleman is a Fellow of the Society of Adolescent Medicine and maintains membership with the American Academy of Pediatrics, Society for Pediatric Research, and Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics. Baylor College of Medicine awarded her the Fulbright and Jaworksi LLP Faculty Excellence Award in 2001, 2004, and 2006; she is also the 2004 recipient of the Department of Pediatrics Achievement in Teaching Award at BCM. Dr. Middleman serves on the editorial boards of Infectious Diseases in Children, Infectious Diseases News, and Adolescent Health Update; she is a reviewer for Journal of Adolescent Health and Pediatrics since 1995. Dr. Middleman is an invited speaker across Texas and the US; she is the author of several peer-reviewed research articles and textbook chapters.