Brenda Louise Giles, MD, is a pediatrician working with the University of Chicago Medicine Center Comer Childrens Hospital. With over 14 years of experience, Dr. Giles specializes in pediatric pulmonology and critical care. She was educated at the University of Western Ontario and completed an internship at Victoria Hospital and a fellowship at the University of Western Ontario and Duke University. Dr. Giles is certified in Pediatric Pulmonology by the American Board of Pediatrics and in Critical Care Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Education and Training
MD at the University of Western Ontario
University of South Florida Finance 1990
Remington College of Nursing Science in Nursing 2014
Herzing University Science in Nursing 2015
The American Board of Pediatrics
The American Board of Pediatrics- Pediatric Pulmonology
American Board of Internal Medicine- Critical Care Medicine
- Long-term management of asthma in First Nations and Inuit children: A knowledge translation tool based on Canadian paediatric asthma guidelines, intended for use by front-line health care professionals working in isolated communities.
- The real-life effectiveness of palivizumab for reducing hospital admissions for respiratory syncytial virus in infants residing in Nunavut.
- Response to "Fluticasone or Montelukast in Preschool Wheeze: A Randomized Controlled Trial".
- Commentary on "Low 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Levels in Children With Spina Bifida".
- Hospital admissions for lower respiratory tract infections among infants in the Canadian Arctic: a cohort study.
- Current Concepts of Transition of Care in Cystic Fibrosis.
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Victoria Hospital
- University of Western Ontario and Duke University
Hobbies / Sports
- Photography, Travel
- University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital
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