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Arup Roy-Burman, MD

Title(s)Associate Physician Diplomate, Pediatrics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Phone415-502-0225
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    University of California, San FranciscoM.D.1994 Medicine
    University of California, BerkeleyBA05/1989Biochemistry
    Stanford University, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital06/1997Residency in Pediatrics
    UCSF and Children's Oakland06/2000Fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care
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    2007  - 2019Best Doctors in America
    2010  - 2019Who's Who in America
    Adaptive Business Leaders2019Innovator in Healthcare

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    Dr. Arup Roy-Burman is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics. He received his M.D., with Thesis, degree at UCSF and completed a residency in pediatrics at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford. He completed pediatric critical care training in the UCSF-Children’s Hospital Oakland Joint Fellowship Program. He also completed research fellowships at UCSF's Cardiovascular Research Institute and the Department of Anesthesia. He began his clinical career at UCSF, followed by nearly a decade at Children’s Hospital Oakland, and returned to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco in 2011.

    From 2011 to 2016, Dr. Roy-Burman was Medical Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (ICU), as well as Director of Pediatric Transport, Access, and Outreach for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco. He continues to provide limited clinical service in both the Pediatric ICU and the Pediatric Cardiac ICU at both BCH SF and Oakland hospitals.

    Dr. Roy-Burman is interested in the promotion of both internal and external collaborations between specialties and institutions, standardization of patient care delivery, optimization of outcomes, and the development of regional best practices. He has also long been an advocate of facilitating access to care, for both patients and referring physicians, with a focus on customer relationship management and telehealth.

    In 2016, Dr. Roy-Burman founded Elemeno Health, a UCSF-backed company building upon an internal cloud-based prototype to empower frontline staff with institution-specific microlearning. This approach streamlines dissemination of rapidly changing best practices to a large, distributed, and/or asynchronous workforce, driving consistency of practice, and improved safety and outcomes.

    Previously, Dr. Roy-Burman led the re-establishment of the Northern California Pediatric Intensive Care Network and served as its Chair. Roy-Burman has a long history of involvement with international health. He is co-founder and former Director of the Roatan Volunteer Pediatric Clinic in Roatan, Honduras, where he has also established one of the largest pediatric resident international health electives available to US trainees. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the 501(c)3 Global Healing, where he has served as Chair. Roy-Burman has been recognized consistently in Best Doctors in America and Who’s Who in America.

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    PEDIATRIC CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTER
    NIH/NCRR M01RR001271Dec 1, 1981 - Sep 29, 2006
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    1. Hamilton C, Osterhold H, Chao J, Chu K, Roy-Burman A. Gratitude and Recognition in a Hospital Setting: Addressing Provider Well-Being and Patient Outcomes. Am J Med Qual. 2018 Sep/Oct; 33(5):554. PMID: 29717882.
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    2. Brooks T, Roy-Burman A, Tuholske C, Busch MP, Bakkour S, Stone M, Linnen JM, Gao K, Coleman J, Bloch EM. Real-Time Evolution of Zika Virus Disease Outbreak, Roatán, Honduras. Emerg Infect Dis. 2017 08; 23(8):1360-1363. PMID: 28514227.
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    3. Orwoll B, Diane S, Henry D, Tsang L, Chu K, Meer C, Hartman K, Roy-Burman A. Gamification and Microlearning for Engagement With Quality Improvement (GAMEQI): A Bundled Digital Intervention for the Prevention of Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection. Am J Med Qual. 2018 Jan/Feb; 33(1):21-29. PMID: 28482161.
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    4. Lee JS, Matthay K, DuBois SG, Roy-Burman A. Reply: Is Extended Sedation Necessary for Young Children Receiving High-Dose (131) I-MIBG Therapy? Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2016 10; 63(10):1868. PMID: 27394054.
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    5. Narayanan N, Stoffella SS, Roy-Burman A, Lynch M, Ifland L, Brock T. Evaluation of barriers to sustainable medication access in Honduras. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2016 May 15; 73(10):618-26. PMID: 27147213.
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    6. Lee JS, Wu R, Wong T, DuBois SG, Matthay K, Gustafson C, Hawkins R, Roy-Burman A. Extended Sedation With Continuous Midazolam or Dexmedetomidine Infusion for Young Children Receiving 131 I-MIBG Radiopharmaceutical Therapy for Advanced Neuroblastoma. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 2016 Mar; 63(3):471-8. PMID: 26585842.
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    7. Hiremath G, Li W, Foltz R, Roy-Burman A, Cocalis M, Tanel RE. Verapamil-sensitive idiopathic left ventricular tachycardia in a 6-month-old: unique considerations in diagnosis and management in an infant. Pediatr Emerg Care. 2015 Jan; 31(1):50-3. PMID: 25526021.
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    8. Bseikri MR, Barton JR, Kulhanjian JA, Dalmau J, Cohen RA, Glaser CA, Roy-Burman A. Anti-N-methyl D-aspartate receptor encephalitis mimics viral encephalitis. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2012 Feb; 31(2):202-4. PMID: 22094630.
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    9. Aramburo A, Willoughby RE, Bollen AW, Glaser CA, Hsieh CJ, Davis SL, Martin KW, Roy-Burman A. Failure of the Milwaukee protocol in a child with rabies. Clin Infect Dis. 2011 Sep; 53(6):572-4. PMID: 21865193.
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    10. Louie JK, Roy-Burman A, Guardia-Labar L, Boston EJ, Kiang D, Padilla T, Yagi S, Messenger S, Petru AM, Glaser CA, Schnurr DP. Rhinovirus associated with severe lower respiratory tract infections in children. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2009 Apr; 28(4):337-9. PMID: 19258921.
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    11. Willoughby RE, Roy-Burman A, Martin KW, Christensen JC, Westenkirschner DF, Fleck JD, Glaser C, Hyland K, Rupprecht CE. Generalised cranial artery spasm in human rabies. Dev Biol (Basel). 2008; 131:367-75. PMID: 18634498.
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    12. O'Connell D, Becerril B, Roy-Burman A, Daws M, Marks JD. Phage versus phagemid libraries for generation of human monoclonal antibodies. J Mol Biol. 2002 Aug 02; 321(1):49-56. PMID: 12139932.
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    13. Frank DW, Vallis A, Wiener-Kronish JP, Roy-Burman A, Spack EG, Mullaney BP, Megdoud M, Marks JD, Fritz R, Sawa T. Generation and characterization of a protective monoclonal antibody to Pseudomonas aeruginosa PcrV. J Infect Dis. 2002 Jul 01; 186(1):64-73. PMID: 12089663.
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    14. Roy-Burman A, Glader BE. Resolution of severe Donath-Landsteiner autoimmune hemolytic anemia temporally associated with institution of plasmapheresis. Crit Care Med. 2002 Apr; 30(4):931-4. PMID: 11940774.
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    15. Roy-Burman A, Savel RH, Racine S, Swanson BL, Revadigar NS, Fujimoto J, Sawa T, Frank DW, Wiener-Kronish JP. Type III protein secretion is associated with death in lower respiratory and systemic Pseudomonas aeruginosa infections. J Infect Dis. 2001 Jun 15; 183(12):1767-74. PMID: 11372029.
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    16. Völter C, He Y, Delius H, Roy-Burman A, Greenspan JS, Greenspan D, de Villiers EM. Novel HPV types present in oral papillomatous lesions from patients with HIV infection. Int J Cancer. 1996 May 16; 66(4):453-6. PMID: 8635859.
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    17. Rho J, Roy-Burman A, Kim H, de Villiers EM, Matsukura T, Choe J. Nucleotide sequence and phylogenetic classification of human papillomavirus type 59. Virology. 1994 Aug 15; 203(1):158-61. PMID: 8030272.
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