Mallory Smith  mbsmith@wustl.edu

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Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (PEFA)
Critical Care Medicine

phone: (314) 454-2527

Education

  • BS, with Honors, The University of Texas2010
  • MD, The University of Texas Medical Branch2014
  • MS, University of Washington2021

Training

  • Pediatric Residency, Baylor College of Medicine2014 - 2017
  • Pediatric Chief Residency, Baylor College of Medicine2017 - 2018
  • Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, University of Washington2018 - 2022
  • T32 Research Fellowship, University of Washington2020 - 2022

Licensure and Board Certification

  • 2014 - 2022Pediatric Advanced Life Support
  • 2017 - 2019TX, Medical License
  • 2017 - 2027American Board of Pediatrics Certification
  • 2018 - 2022WA, Physician and Surgeon License
  • 2018 - 2024Advanced Cardiac Life Support
  • 2018 - 2023Advanced Trauma Life Support
  • 2022 - 2023MO, Medical Physician and Surgeon

Honors and Awards

  • Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, University of Texas Medical Branch2014
  • Distinguished Resident Educator, Baylor College of Medicine, Pediatric Residency2017
  • Gold Humanism Honor Society, Baylor College of Medicine2017
  • Society of Critical Care Medicine STAR Research Achievement Award2022
  • Society of Critical Care Medicine, Critical Care Congress Scholarship Grant2022

Recent Publications view all (11)


  1. The association of severe pain experienced in the pediatric intensive care unit and postdischarge health-related quality of life: A retrospective cohort study. Paediatr Anaesth. 2022;32(8):899-906. PMID:35426458 
  2. The Neglected Price of Pediatric Acute Kidney Injury: Non-renal Implications. Front Pediatr. 2022;10:893993. PMCID:PMC9279899  PMID:35844733 
  3. Health-Related Quality of Life Following Delirium in the PICU. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2022;23(2):118-128. PMCID:PMC8816806  PMID:34534165 
  4. Patient-centered outcomes in pediatric continuous kidney replacement therapy: new morbidity and worsened functional status in survivors. Pediatr Nephrol. 2022;37(1):189-197. PMCID:PMC8263014  PMID:34235579 
  5. Physician recommended school accommodations and student outcomes following a mild traumatic brain injury among youth with persistent post-concussive symptoms. NeuroRehabilitation. 2022;50(4):467-476. PMCID:PMC9277683  PMID:35180137 
  6. Components of Health-Related Quality of Life Most Affected Following Pediatric Critical Illness. Crit Care Med. 2022;50(1):e20-e30. PMCID:PMC9126196  PMID:34415865 
  7. Acknowledging the Importance of Follow-Up After Childhood Critical Illness. Pediatr Crit Care Med. 2021;22(11):998-1000. PMID:34734894 
  8. Current Practices and Beliefs Regarding Screening Patients with Burns for Acute Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Survey of the American Burn Association Membership. Eur. Burn J.. 2021. 
  9. The Impact of Rapid Exome Sequencing on Medical Management of Critically Ill Children. J Pediatr. 2020;226:202-212.e1. PMCID:PMC7736066  PMID:32553838 
  10. Hyperammonemic Encephalopathy due to Ureaplasma parvum Infection in an Immunocompromised Child. Pediatrics. 2019;144(2). PMID:31324704 
  11. Risk factors for positive post-traumatic stress disorder screening and associated outcomes in children surviving acute respiratory failure: a secondary analysis of the RESTORE clinical trial Pediatr. Crit. Care Med.. 
Last updated: 12/02/2022
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