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Audrey Paul

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Emergency Medicine
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  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine

  • American Board of Pediatrics

Clinical Focus

  • Pediatric Emergencies


  • MD, Mount Sinai Hospital

  • Residency, Pediatrics
    Mount Sinai Hospital

  • Fellowship, Pediatric Emer Med
    Columbia University Medical Center


    Dr. Paul grew up in NYC, attended Harvard College and completed her medical and graduate training at Mount Sinai Medical School. 

    Academic interests include community outreach, asthma prevention and management, wound healing and resident education.

    Regional / National Committees / Advisory Boards:


    Past Chair, Section on Pediatric Emergency Medicine, ACEP

    Chair, Micro-site Advisory Board, Pediatric Emergency Medicine ACEP

    EMSC, National Resource Center

    SAEM, Social Media Committee

    Supersprowtz Advisory Board


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    Bela Shick Award in Pediatrics

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    AOA Hirschhorn Pediatrics Award


Research interests include adverse behavioral effects of steroids in treatment of pediatric asthma, ED management of pediatric UTI, resident education.

Also interested in utilization of child life in pediatric and adult emergency medicine departments


Zelicof-Paul A, Lockridge-Smith A, Schnadower D, E. Controversies in rapid sequence intubation in children. Curr Opin Pediatr 2005 June; 17(3): 355-362.

Zelicof A, Protopopov V, E. Two Separate Functions are Encoded by the Carboxyl-terminal domains of the Yeast Adenylyl Cyclase Associated Protein and its Mammalian Homologs;Dimerization and Actin Binding. Journal of Biological Chemistry 1996; 271(30): 18243-18253.

Zelicof A, Gatica J, Gerst JE. Molecular Cloning and Characterization of a Mammalian Homolog of CAP-the adenylyl cyclase associated Protein from S.Cerevisae. Journal of Biological Chemistry 1993; 268(18): 13448-13453.

Industry Relationships

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Dr. Paul has not yet completed reporting of Industry relationships.

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