|Institution||School of Medicine and Dentistry|
|Address||University of Rochester Medical Center|
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box 667
Rochester NY 14642
||Abbey Howe Turner Award excellence in biological sciences|
||Sarah Williston Scholar for academic excellence|
||1994||Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges|
||Psi Chi, The National Honor Society in Psychology|
||Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society|
||Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Medical Society|
||The Bryce Collier Prize (student whose performance demonstrates exceptional qualitites of responsibility|
||The Benjamin Rush Prize (4th yr med student who gave unusual promise of creative scholars|
||The Glasgow Citation (awarded by the American Medical Women's Assoc to those whose academic work is high quality|
||American Medical Women's Association Award|
||David A. Haller Award - outstanding devotion and contribution to patient care|
||Clausen-Bradford Fellowship Training Award|
||2010||Strong Children's Research Center New Investigator | URMC|
||Therapeutics Specialty Award | Society of Critical Care Medicine|
||Research Citation Finalist | Society of Critical Care Medicine|
Dr. Jill Cholette has research interests in thrombosis and use of blood products in critically ill pediatric patients, particularly those undergoing cardiac surgery. Dr. Cholette is working to clarify the role of inflammation in the development of thrombosis, and to determine the optimal anticoagulation regimen for the pediatric post-op cardiac surgery patient.
Her other work involves blood utilization in the pediatric ICU patient, and she is developing a transfusion strategy for the pediatric post-op cardiac surgery patients.
Dr. Cholette's clinical interests are: thrombosis, hemostasis, and inflammation.
Scientific Reviewer for Pediatric Clinical Research Organization (PCRO) at URMC 2009-present
Scientific Reviewer for Strong Children's Research Center Small Grant Program URMC June 2013
The Annals of Thoracic Surgery 2007-present
Thrombosis Research 2008-present
Postgraduate Medicine 2009-present
Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis (PALISI) Member
Pediatric Blood Research Network (BLOOD NET) Member
Prevalence of Acute critical Neurologic disease in children: a Global Epidemiological Assessment (PANGEA). November 2011-present; PI: Erika Fink; University of Pittsburgh
Site PI: Jill M. Cholette
Prophylaxis against thrombosis practice (PROTRACT) Study February 2012-present
PI: Vince Faustino MD; Yale University Site PI: Jill M. Cholette
Prospective randomized controlled clinical trial comparing a restrictive v. liberal transfusion strategy in neonates and infants undergoing surgery for congenital heart disease. Principle Investigator: Cholette JM
Impact of washed blood on outcomes in adults with acute leukemia.
Co-principle investigator: Cholette JM
Comparing Ultrasound Dilution with Fick Principle in Assessing Cardiac Output and Shunt Fraction in Patients with Congenital Heart Disease.
Co-investigator Cholette JM.
Identification and significance of biologic mediators in red cell concentrates.
Co-investigator: Cholette JM
An investigation of the adverse effects of the storage age of RBC transfusions to critically ill medical patients.
Co-investigator: Cholette JM
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