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Christina M. Pulvino, MD

  • Graduate Degree: Tulane University (Master of Public Policy: Global Health Management and Policy)
  • Medical Degree: Tulane University (Medicine)
  • Bachelor's Degree: University of Wisconsin (Neurobiology)
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Emergency Medicine (Certification Date: 2023-10-12)

Contact Information

Clinical Interests

Emergency Medicine

Peer Reviewed Publications

Ganti, Latha; Bodhit, Aakash N; Daneshvar, Yasamin; Hatchitt, Kelsey; Kuchibhotla, Sudeep; Pulvino, Christa; Ayala, Sarah W; Peters, Keith R 2021. Effectiveness of seatbelts in mitigating traumatic brain injury severity. World journal of emergency medicine, 12 1, 68-72

Henry, Brandon M; Benoit, Justin L; Berger, Brandon A; Pulvino, Christina; Lavie, Carl J; Lippi, Giuseppe; Benoit, Stefanie W 2021. Coronavirus disease 2019 is associated with low circulating plasma levels of angiotensin 1 and angiotensin 1,7. Journal of medical virology, 93 2, 678-680

Henry, Brandon Michael; Benoit, Stefanie W; Vikse, Jens; Berger, Brandon A; Pulvino, Christina; Hoehn, Jonathan; Rose, James; Santos de Oliveira, Maria Helena; Lippi, Giuseppe; Benoit, Justin L 2021. The anti-inflammatory cytokine response characterized by elevated interleukin-10 is a stronger predictor of severe disease and poor outcomes than the pro-inflammatory cytokine response in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine, 59 3, 599-607

Henry, Brandon Michael; Benoit, Justin Lee; Benoit, Stefanie; Pulvino, Christina; Berger, Brandon A; Olivera, Maria Helena Santos de; Crutchfield, Christopher A; Lippi, Giuseppe 2020. Red Blood Cell Distribution Width (RDW) Predicts COVID-19 Severity: A Prospective, Observational Study from the Cincinnati SARS-CoV-2 Emergency Department Cohort. Diagnostics (Basel, Switzerland), 10 9,

Ganti, Latha; Stead, Tej; Daneshvar, Yasamin; Bodhit, Aakash N; Pulvino, Christa; Ayala, Sarah W; Peters, Keith R 2019. GCS 15: when mild TBI isn't so mild. Neurological research and practice, 1 , 6