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Tregony Simoneau, MD

Co-Director, Asthma Center & Easy Breathing

Practice Name: Connecticut Children's Specialty Group

Education: BA, Amherst College, 2000
MD, Stanford University School of Medicine, 2006
Residency: Pediatrics, Boston Children’s Hospital, 2007-2010 (Chief Resident 2009-2010)
Fellowship: Pediatric Pulmonology, Boston Children’s Hospital, 2010-2013

Board Certifications
  • Pediatrics
  • Faculty Appointment

    Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine

    Clinical Expertise

    Dr. Simoneau has an interest in Cystic fibrosis, severe asthma and aerodigestive disorders. She has developed the Severe Asthma Clinic at Connecticut Children’s. In addition, she is the co-director of the Asthma Center and Easy Breathing. She participates in asthma research, both clinical and translational, attempting to identify the underlying immunologic differences in children with asthma.

    Selected Publications
    • Cohen BA, Wolf CM, Simoneay TC, Sanders TA, Sidbury R and Nagler J. A Scaly rash: A Diagnosis that Rings Deep. Contemporary Pediatrics. 2007.

    • Simoneau T, Palm KM, Sawicki G and Rhein LM. Assessment of Current Strategies for Weaning Premature Infants from Supplemental Oxygen in the Outpatient Setting. Advances in Neonatal Care. 2011;11(5):349-356.

    • Rhein LM, Simoneau T, Davis J, Correia C, Ferrari D, Gregory ML, and Monuteax M. Reference Values of Nocturnal Oxygenation For Use in Outpatient Oxygen Weaning Protocols in Premature Infants. Pediatric Pulmonology. 2012;47(5):453-459.

    • Forester CM, Terry J, Lee EY, Simoneau TC and Haver K. Skin Lesions and Lung Cysts in a Neonate. Journal of Pediatrics. 2012;160(6):1061.

    • Simoneau T, Zandieh SO, Rao DR, Vo P, Palm KE, McCown M, Kopel LS, Dias A, Casey A, Perez-Atayde AR, Zhong Z, Graham D, Vargas SO. Impact of cilia ultrastructural examination on a diagnosis of primary ciliary dyskinesia. Pediatr Devel Pathol 2013; in press.

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