Nahmah Kim-Campbell, MD, MS

Assistant Professor of Critical Care Medicine and Pediatrics

Contact Information

kimcampbellna[at]upmc.edu
412-692-9914

Administrative Contact:
Vickie Johnson

Education & Training

BA, Biological Basis of Behavior, University of Pennsylvania, 1999
MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2006
Residency, Pediatrics, Children’s National Medical Center, 2009
Fellowship, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, 2014
MS, Clinical Research, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, 2017
 

Research, Clinical & Academic Interests

  • Hemolysis and cell-free plasma hemoglobin
  • Extracorporeal circuits
  • Acute kidney injury


Kim-Campbell N, Gretchen C, Callaway C, Felmet K, Kochanek PM, Maul T, Wearden P, Sharma M, Viegas M, Munoz R, Gladwin MT. Cell-free plasma hemoglobin and male gender are risk factors for acute kidney injury in low risk children undergoing cardiopulmonary bypass. Critical care medicine. 2017 Nov 1;45(11):e1123-30.

Anthonymuthu TS, Kim-Campbell N, Bayır H. Oxidative lipidomics: applications in critical care. Current opinion in critical care. 2017 Aug;23(4):251-6.

Kim-Campbell N, Gomez H, Bayır H. Cell death pathways: Apoptosis and Regulated Necrosis. Critical care nephrology, ed 3. New York: Elsevier; 2017. p. 93-113.

Kim N, Ussin L, Cheng X, Murali R, Sullivan KE. TNFα inhibition in MRL/lpr mice ameliorates pulmonary but not renal disease. Journal of autoimmunity. 2002 Dec 1;19(4):215-22.
 

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Young Investigator Award, Society of Critical Care Medicine, 2016 
Clinical Research Award, American Heart Association Fellow's Research Day, 2013