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Nina Agrawal, MD, Pediatrics, New York, NY, New York-Presbyterian Hospital

NinaAgrawalMD

Pediatrics New York, NY

Child Abuse Pediatrics

Child health advocate

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  • Office

    722 West 168th ST.
    Columbia University Medical Center - New York Presbyterian
    New York, NY 10025
    Phone(917) 796-8943
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Summary

  • Nina Agrawal MD is a child abuse pediatrician, with a focus on prevention. She is a thought leader in research and advocacy in children's exposure to family and community violence. She has been a steadfast advocate for vulnerable youth, has been published in Doximity, STAT, and the New York Times, and been featured on local to global broadcast media.
  • Dr. Agrawal featured in National AAP News on Advocacy

Education & Training

  • NYU Grossman School of Medicine
    NYU Grossman School of MedicineFellowship, Ambulatory Pediatric Fellowship, 1995 - 1997
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital
    New York Presbyterian HospitalResidency, Pediatrics, 1991 - 1994
  • Rutgers New Jersey Medical School
    Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolClass of 1991

Certifications & Licensure

  • NJ State Medical License
    NJ State Medical License 1994 - 2015
  • NY State Medical License
    NY State Medical License 1994 - 2022
  • American Board of Pediatrics Pediatrics
  • American Board of Pediatrics Child Abuse Pediatrics
  • Child Abuse Medical Provider ProgramCertified

Awards, Honors, & Recognition

  • Best Research Award Injury Free Coalition for Kids National Conference, 2017

Clinical Trials

Publications & Presentations

Journal Articles

  • Evidence for classification of youth exposure to violence involving a gun as an adverse childhood experience  
    Rajan, Branas, Meyers, Agrawal, Behavioral Health

Authored Content

  • The coronavirus could cause a child abuse epidemicApril 2020
  • Immigrant Children Are Fighting for Their Lives: What Can We Do?August 2019
  • Immigrant Children Are Fighting for Their Lives: What Can We Do?August 2019
  • Gun Research: A Pediatrician's Call to ActionDecember 2018
  • Gun Research: A Pediatrician's Call to ActionDecember 2018
  • As a pediatrician, I work with sexually assaulted teens. They deserve full investigationsOctober 2018
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Press Mentions

  • Drs. Oz & Roizen: When It Comes to Gun Safety, Do Ask, Do Tell
    Drs. Oz & Roizen: When It Comes to Gun Safety, Do Ask, Do TellOctober 10th, 2017
  • As a Pediatrician, I Work with Sexually Assaulted Teens. They Deserve Full Investigations
    As a Pediatrician, I Work with Sexually Assaulted Teens. They Deserve Full InvestigationsOctober 3rd, 2018
  • When Can Kids Go Back to Class?
    When Can Kids Go Back to Class?May 14th, 2020
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Grant Support

  • Project E3: Engage, Empower, Elevate; Improving child health provider recognition and response to child sex trafficking in NYCWorld Childhood Foundation2020–2021
  • Selfie of the South Bronx: A Youth Photovoice ProjectCATCH - AAP2018–2019
  • Planning a medical home for child abuse victims as a special needs populationCommunity Access to Children's Health Program of AAP1999–2000
  • Safer Streets Gun Violence Prevention ProjectCATCH- AAPPresent

Committees

  • Co-chair, Child Abuse Prevention, Helfer Society 2020 - Present
  • Chair, Gun Safety Committee - NY State AAP Chapter 3 2018 - Present
  • Co-chair, Injury and Violence Prevention Committee - NY State AAP Chapter 3

Research History

  • Effectiveness of the Asking Saves Kids gun violence prevention program in an urban pediatric clinic2018 - 2018

Professional Memberships

Hospital Affiliations