About Jennifer N Fishe
Jennifer N. Fishe, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Medical Director for the Pediatric Emergency Department, and Director of the Center for Data Solutions at UF Health Jacksonville. Her research interests are pediatric prehospital care, particularly the treatment of asthma, and using data science to merge and optimize EMS and ED treatment. Dr. Fishe’s research is currently funded by a K23 from the NHLBI, the UF CTSI Precision Medicine Program, and the R. Scott MacKenzie Foundation. She was the principal investigator on a retrospective study of pediatric prehospital and inter-facility transport patterns in Maryland, funded by The Falck Foundation and a co-investigator on a HRSA Targeted Issues Grant to develop a novel pediatric direct transport protocol (H34MC30232). She also has a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt in healthcare quality improvement (2017-Johns Hopkins). Dr. Fishe received her undergraduate degree in Biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and her medical degree from the University of Miami. She completed her residency in general pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and her pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University.
Pediatric Emergency MedicineAmerican Board of Pediatrics
PediatricsAmerican Board of Pediatrics
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine