Mona Rigaud

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Mona Rigaud

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Vice Chair of the Dept of Pediatrics at NYU Lutheran
Service Chief for Pediatrics NYU Lutheran
NYU Pediatric Infectious Dis & Immunology

Contact Info

Address
150 55th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220

347/377-3208

Education

1985-1988 — Lincoln Hospital, Residency Training

A Thirty-Year Perspective of the Long-Term Survival, CD4 Percentage and Social Achievements of Perinatally HIV- Infected Children as a Function of Their Birth Era
Vuppula, Sharon; Tyungu, Donna; Kaul, Aditya; Chandwani, Sulachni; Rigaud, Mona; Borkowsky, William. A Thirty-Year Perspective of the Long-Term Survival, CD4 Percentage and Social Achievements of Perinatally HIV- Infected Children as a Function of Their Birth Era. Pediatric infectious disease journal. 2016 Nov 7;:?-? (2304362)

Towards early inclusion of children in tuberculosis drugs trials: a consensus statement
Nachman, Sharon; Ahmed, Amina; Amanullah, Farhana; Becerra, Mercedes C; Botgros, Radu; Brigden, Grania; Browning, Renee; Gardiner, Elizabeth; Hafner, Richard; Hesseling, Anneke; How, Cleotilde; Jean-Philippe, Patrick; Lessem, Erica; Makhene, Mamodikoe; Mbelle, Nontombi; Marais, Ben; McIlleron, Helen; McNeeley, David F; Mendel, Carl; Murray, Stephen; Navarro, Eileen; Anyalechi, E Gloria; Porcalla, Ariel R; Powell, Clydette; Powell, Mair; Rigaud, Mona; Rouzier, Vanessa; Samson, Pearl; Schaaf, H Simon; Shah, Seema; Starke, Jeff; Swaminathan, Soumya; Wobudeya, Eric; Worrell, Carol. Towards early inclusion of children in tuberculosis drugs trials: a consensus statement. Lancet infectious diseases. 2015 May 6;15(6):711-720 (1579012)

Cryptococcal Osteomyelitis in an Adolescent Survivor of T-cell Acute Lymphactic Leukemia
Oh, Djin-Ye; Madhusoodhan, P Pallavi; Springer, Deborah J; Inglima, Kenneth; Chaudhri, Ali A; Heitman, Joseph; Raetz, Elizabeth A; Khaitan, Alka; Rigaud, Mona. Cryptococcal Osteomyelitis in an Adolescent Survivor of T-cell Acute Lymphactic Leukemia. Pediatric infectious disease journal. 2015 Jun ;34(6):662-666 (1514112)

Evaluation of tuberculosis diagnostics in children: 1. Proposed clinical case definitions for classification of intrathoracic tuberculosis disease. Consensus from an expert panel
Graham, Stephen M; Ahmed, Tahmeed; Amanullah, Farhana; Browning, Renee; Cardenas, Vicky; Casenghi, Martina; Cuevas, Luis E; Gale, Marianne; Gie, Robert P; Grzemska, Malgosia; Handelsman, Ed; Hatherill, Mark; Hesseling, Anneke C; Jean-Philippe, Patrick; Kampmann, Beate; Kabra, Sushil Kumar; Lienhardt, Christian; Lighter-Fisher, Jennifer; Madhi, Shabir; Makhene, Mamodikoe; Marais, Ben J; McNeeley, David F; Menzies, Heather; Mitchell, Charles; Modi, Surbhi; Mofenson, Lynne; Musoke, Philippa; Nachman, Sharon; Powell, Clydette; Rigaud, Mona; Rouzier, Vanessa; Starke, Jeffrey R; Swaminathan, Soumya; Wingfield, Claire. Evaluation of tuberculosis diagnostics in children: 1. Proposed clinical case definitions for classification of intrathoracic tuberculosis disease. Consensus from an expert panel. Journal of infectious diseases. 2012 Mar 22;205 Suppl 2:S199-S208 (166755)

Chemokine IP-10: an adjunct marker for latent tuberculosis infection in children
Lighter, Jennifer; Rigaud, M; Huie, M; Peng, C-H; Pollack, H. Chemokine IP-10: an adjunct marker for latent tuberculosis infection in children. International journal of tuberculosis & lung disease. 2009 Jun ;13(6):731-736 (99145)