Thuy Ngo, DO, MEd, FAAP
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Thuy Ngo, DO, MEd
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics


Dr. Ngo has a strong passion and interest in medical education across all “generations” of medical training. In particular, she is interested in fostering mentor-mentee relationships and has coordinated faculty speed mentoring sessions for the pediatric residents, which is now an annual event. She has mentored multiple medical students, residents, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellows in publishing case reports and scholarly articles in a number of publications. She currently is the associate fellowship program director of pediatric emergency medicine fellowship program and a longitudinal faculty advisor in the medical school. In addition to co-directing Practical Topics in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, she also directs Pediatric Trends, an annual CME course at Johns Hopkins Hospital, now in it’s 46th year. Nationally, she serves as faculty for the American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition through the Section of Emergency Medicine (SOEM) and will serve as the Section’s Program Chair for the next 3 years. Dr. Ngo has been recognized for her teaching and mentoring efforts by both the pediatric housestaff and medical students. In 2014, she won both the Frederick J. Heldrich, MD Award in “Recognition of Dedication and Outstanding Contribution to Medical Student Teaching” and the Alexander J. “Buck” Schaffer Award for “Outstanding Contribution to the Clinical Teaching of House Officers, Harriet Lane House Staff.” Her research interests include evaluating factors that influence a trainees’ career projection and the mentor-mentee relationship.