Charles DiMaggio is a faculty member in the department of surgery, division of trauma and critical care. He is an injury epidemiologist whose NIH and CDC-funded work includes describing and analyzing the epidemiology of pediatric pedestrian injuries and the effectiveness of the national Safe Routes to School Program, conducting surveillance to track and explain the behavioral health effects of the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001 in New York, and investigating the developmental and behavioral effects of anesthesia on young children. He has worked on a variety of related public-health issues including bioterrorism preparedness, syndromic surveillance, and health disparities, and has an active interest in the epidemiological application of Bayesian and spatial models to population health, and the use of large data sets. His previous positions include research director for the Columbia Center for Injury Epidemiology and Control, research scientist with the Nassau County, NY, Department of Health, and as chief physician assistant and director of research for the emergency department at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine at Elmhurst Hospital Center in NY.
Professor, Department of Surgery
Professor, Department of Population Health
Director of injury Prevention and Research
PhD from Columbia University
Injury epidemiology. 2017 Dec 1; 4(1):31-31
Injury epidemiology. 2017 Dec; 4(1):22-22
Anesthesia & analgesia. 2017 Dec; 125(6):1988-1998
Journal of surgical research. 2017 Nov 2; 222:187-194.e3
Journal of surgical research. 2017 Nov; 219:253-258
Injury prevention. 2017 Oct 22; ?-?
Academic emergency medicine. 2017 Sep 27; 24(10):1244-1256
British journal of anaesthesia. 2017 Sep 01; 119(3):532-540