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CURRICULUM VITAE

Steven R. Leuthner MD
Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Division of Neonatology

OFFICE ADDRESS:
Children's Corporate Center
999 N 92 St
Milwaukee, WI 53226

EDUCATION:
08/1981 - 06/1985 BS - Honors, Summa Cum Laude, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
08/1985 - 06/1989 MD, University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
08/1993 - 12/1996 MA - Health Care Ethics, Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS:
07/1989 - 06/1992 Resident, Pediatrics, Children’s Memorial Hospital, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL
07/1992 - 06/1995 Fellow, Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
07/1992 - 06/1995 Instructor, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL
07/1995 - 06/2003 Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
04/1997 - 06/2003 Assistant Professor of Bioethics, Center for the Study of Bioethics, Health Policy Institute, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2003 - 06/2009 Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2003 - 06/2009 Associate Professor of Bioethics, Department of Population Health, Center for the Study of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2009 - Present Professor of Bioethics, Department of Population Health, Center for the Study of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2009 - Present Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
07/1997 - 06/2005 Co-Director, M-3 Pediatric ethics curriculum, Department of Pediatrics
07/1997 - 2010 Co-director, Department of OB and Pediatrics, Fetal Anomaly Conference

HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:
01/2000 - 06/2005 Director of Hospital Based Instructors for NRP Classes for Residents and Hospital Staff, Pediatrics, Neonatology, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2000 - Present Co-director, Fetal Concerns Program, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
01/2003 - 07/2009 Medical Director, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI
07/2003 - 09/2010 Medical Director, Fetal Concerns Program, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
09/2010 - Present Executive Steering Committee, Fetal Concerns Center of Wisconsin

HOSPITAL STAFF PRIVILEGES:
07/1995 - Present Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, 9000 W. Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53226
08/1996 - 09/2015 Waukesha Memorial Hospital, 725 American Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53188
09/1996 - Present Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital, 9200 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53226
07/1999 - 09/2015 Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, 791 Summit Ave, Oconomowoc, WI 53066
09/1999 - 12/2008 Victory Memorial Hospital, 1324 N. Sheridan Rd, Waukegan, IL 60085
09/1999 - 12/2001 St. Therese Hospital, 2615 Washington St, Waukegan, IL 60085
09/2016 - Present ThedaCare Hospital/Children's Hospital Fox Valley, Neenah, WI
09/2016 - Present St. Elizabeth's/Ascension Health, Appleton, WI
2018 - Present Ascension All Saints Hospital, Racine, WI

SPECIALTY BOARDS AND CERTIFICATION:
Board Certified
Issue DateExpiration
American Board of Pediatrics
10/1992
10/2006
Sub-Board of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
11/1995
10/2009
 
Certificates
Issued By Issue DateExpiration
NRP - Neonatal Resuscitation Program AHA/AAP
07/1989
None
Diplomat National Board of Medical Examiners
07/1990
None
NRP - Hospital Instructor AHA/AAP
07/1992
None
NRP - Regional Instructor AHA/AAP
01/2000
01/2003
 

Licensure
Number Issue DateExpiration
Wisconsin License
36692
07/1995
None
Illinois License
036-083013
07/31/1999
None
 

AWARDS AND HONORS:
07/2000 - 06/2001 top ten for resident teaching , Department of Pediatrics
2001 - 2008 Active Teacher in Family Medicine, 2001, 2003-2008, American Academy of Family Physicians
2002 Department of Pediatrics Clinical Physicians Award , Program Development - Fetal Concerns Program
2005 Volunteer of the Year Award, March of Dimes Wisconsin Chapter
2007 Small Business Times Health Care Hero Award, Physician Category, Medical Director, Fetal Concerns Program
2011 - 2020 Top Doctors, Milwaukee Magazine
2011 - 2020 Best Doctors in America, Inc.
2015 - 2020 Best Doctors, Milwaukee Business Journal
08/2016 Expert Clinician Award, Department of Pediatrics , Medical College of Wisconsin
01/2021 1st Place Book of the Year Award , Springer Publishing Company, LLC 2020 First author for chapter 2 and 8.

MEMBERSHIPS IN HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
07/1995 - Present American Academy of Pediatrics (Member)
07/1995 - Present Section on Bioethics (Member)
07/1995 - 06/1998 Society for Health and Human Values (Member)
07/1995 - Present Section on Perinatal Medicine (Member)
04/1997 - Present Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care (WAPC) (Member)
07/1998 - Present American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (Member)
07/2000 - 06/2007 Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (Member)
09/2000 - 06/2013 Wisconsin Medical Society (Member)
09/2000 - 09/2005 American Medical Association (Member)
09/2004 - Present The Society of Pediatric Research (Member)
03/2009 - Present Provisional Section on Hospice and Palliative Medicine (Member)

EDITORSHIPS/EDITORIAL BOARDS/JOURNAL REVIEWS:
Journal Review
2000 - Present Journal of Palliative Care
2002 - Present The Journal of Clinical Ethics
2002 - Present Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, bioethics issue
2002 - Present Pediatrics
2006 - Present 2006 Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine
2007 - Present 2007 Journal of the American Medical Association
2008 - Present American Society of Bioethics and Humanities
2008 - Present Wisconsin Medical Journal
2009 - Present Journal of Pediatrics
2009 - Present Pediatric Blood & Cancer
2014 - Present Journal of Genetic Counseling
2014 - Present American Journal of Bioethics
2015 British Medical Journal
2019 Palliative Medicine

LOCAL/REGIONAL APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
07/1995 - 07/1996 Member, Neonatal Collaborative Practice Committee
12/1995 - Present Member, Ethics Advisory Committee, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
07/1996 - 2003 Member, Multidisciplinary Transport Committee, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
09/1997 - 01/1998 Chair, CHW Ethics Subcommittee on Institutional Ethics
04/1999 - 09/2009 Chair, Ethics Advisory Committee, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
07/1999 - 2004 Neonatal consultant on mortality review board, Fetal and Infant Mortality Review, Milwaukee Health Department
07/1999 - 12/2014 Member, Ethics Committee, Waukesha Memorial Hospital
09/1999 - 2008 Chair, Bioethics Committee, Wisconsin Chapter AAP
10/2000 - Present member representing neonatal and ethical issues, Prenatal Testing Committee, Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care
06/2002 Member, Outreach Goals, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
08/2002 Member, Perinatal Summit Steering Committee, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care and the State Health Department
09/2002 - 2008 Member, Ethics Committee, Medical Society of Milwaukee County
09/2002 - 2003 Member, Bereavement Services, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
09/2002 - 2011 Member, Counsel on Health Care Ethics, Wisconsin Medical Society
01/2004 - 12/2008 Member, Milwaukee County Delegate to the Wisconsin Medical Society’s House of Delegates, Medical Society of Milwaukee County
2006 Physician Leadership Academy
06/2007 - Present Member, Pharmacogenetics and Genomic Medicine (PGM) Project, Community Relations, Ethics, and Research Use work group
10/2007 - Present DNA Ownership Taskforce, Ethics advisory role
09/2008 - Present Member, Donation after Cardiac Death working group, developing Procedure to policy statement
09/2009 - 11/2009 Center for Bioethics and Humanities, Bioethics and Medical Humanities (BMH) Planning Committee, Medical College Committee to evaluate and further development of the interdisciplinary
2011 - 2012 Whole Genome Sequencing Review Committee, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
09/2012 - 09/2013 Governor's Task Force on Wisconsin State Newborn Screening Program
2013 - Present Member, Wisconsin Heterotaxy Interest Group, Medical College of Wisconsin
03/2014 - Present The Secretary's Advisory Committee on Newborn Screening
07/2014 - 2015 Wisconsin Medical Society's Infant Mortality Task Force
2015 At Your Best Training, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
12/2017 - Present Co-Chair, Trauma Informed Care Committee, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
01/2018 - Present Co-Chair, Diversity and Inclusion Commitee, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2018 - Present Regional Board Member, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care
2018 - 2019 Trauma Informed Care Training via Fostering Futures
04/2020 Ventilator Allocation Advisory Workgroup
10/2020 - 01/2021 SDMAC Therapeutic Subcommittee, A group of 12 individuals with expertise in Ethics, Pharmacy, Public Health were assembled to develop a draft document on the ethical and equitable allocation of therapeutic resources for the OCVID 19 pandemic to be used as any new emergency use therapeutic was being made available for Wisconsin. The group met twice a week ad developed a document on the antibody released as well as a general framework statement for any new therapy.

NATIONAL ELECTED/APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
07/2003 - 06/2009 Member, Committee on Bioethics, American Academy of Pediatrics
05/2005 Conference faculty member and speaker, Loss and Grieving During Pregnancy and the First Year of Life
09/2005 Conference faculty and speaker, Pediatric Ethics: Setting an Agenda for the Future,, Cleveland, OH
09/2005 - 06/2008 Waukesha Vanguard representative, National Children’s Study, Human Subjects Working Group.
10/2008 - 12/2009 Member, National Children’s Study Human Subjects/IRB Working Team
06/2009 Medical College of Wisconsin Bioethics Center conference, Ethical Issues in Pediatric End-of-Life Care, Conference on Ethical Issues in End-of-Life Care
07/2013 - Present Chair, Nominating Committee, Section on Hospice and Palliative Medicine
11/2015 - Present Elected 2nd term member, AAP Executive Committee, Section on Bioethics
09/2018 - Present Neonatal Consortium, CHND Morbidity Working Group, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

RESEARCH GRANTS/AWARDS/CONTRACTS/PROJECTS:
Prior
Peer Review
Title:
End-of-Life Care in the Perinatal Period
Source:
Perinatal Foundation
Role:
Primary Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
05/1998 - 06/2001
Direct Funds:
$7,754
 
Title:
Evaluation of End-of-Life Care in the Perinatal Period
Source:
Children’s Hospital Foundation
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
09/1998 - 07/2001
Direct Funds:
$23,345
 
Title:
Website Development for the Fetal Concerns Program
Source:
Perinatal Foundation
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
05/2001 - 05/2002
Direct Funds:
$15,000
 
Title:
Fetal Concerns Program Website Project
Source:
March of Dimes Community Grants Program
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
06/2001 - 06/2002
Direct Funds:
$11,512
 
Title:
The National Children’s Study Waukesha County Vanguard Center
Source:
NIH/NICHD
Role:
Co-investigator
PI:
Christine Cronk
Dates:
09/2005 - 06/2009
 
Title:
Contract # HHSN27520053396
Source:
NIH/NICHD
Role:
Co- Principle Investigator
PI:
Steven Leuthner
Dates:
07/2009 - 03/2011
 
Title:
NIH Nursing Research, Parent Experience of Continuing Pregnancy with Lethal Fetal Diagnosis
Role:
Consultant
PI:
Steven Leuthner
Dates:
10/15/2012 - 04/30/2014
Direct Funds:
$1,800
 
Non-Peer Review
Title:
Grand Rounds Speaker; Annual CHW Ethics Grand Rounds
Source:
Children’s Hospital Foundation
Dates:
04/2001
Direct Funds:
$1,500
 
Title:
ASBH Annual Meeting; Bioethics Across Borders
Source:
Children’s Hospital Foundation
Dates:
09/2003
Direct Funds:
$4,130 (Funding for 2 members of the CHW Bioethics Committee to go to annual meeting)
 

INVITED LECTURES/WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Court of Appeals decision regarding the juvenile court’s authority in upholding a detainment of a drug-abusing mother for the protection of the fetus, Interview for WTMJ-TV4, 10/16/1995
Anencephalic Babies and Organ Transplants: A Debate, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 12/1995
Infants with Anencephaly, Medical Ethics Commission, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, WI, 10/1996
The Impact of Fetal Ultrasound on Parents’ Experience of Pregnancy, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 04/1997
Ethical Consideration in the Management of Premature Newborns, Grand Rounds, St. Michael’s Hospital, Stevens Point, WI, 10/1997
CNN Television network, Dec 28, 1997: Discussed the neonatal care of Wisconsin’s tiniest baby at Waukesha Memorial Hospital, Interview for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 12/22/1997
The Dying Child, FOCUS '98 National Pediatric Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 06/1998
The Care of the Dying Neonate: The Withdrawal of Nutrition and Hydration, required pediatric resident lecture series, 09/1998
The Care of the Dying Neonate: The Withdrawal of Nutrition, Perinatal Grand Rounds, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 09/1998
discussed breast-feeding and issues of dehydration after a Chicago Hope Episode, Interview for TV58, 11/1998
Maternal Fetal Ethical Conflict: Drug Abusing Mothers, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 01/1999
A Town Hall Meeting on Clinical Decision Making – Who Makes the Decision and Why?, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, Statewide Perinatal Conference 29th Annual Meeting, Madison, WI, 04/1999
Impact of Prenatal versus Postnatal Diagnosis on Coping in Parents of Severe Congenital Heart Disease, National Focus 99, Milwaukee, WI, 06/1999
The Concept of Futility, required pediatric resident lecture series, 02/2000
Miracle Babies: Neonatal unit engages in life and death struggle, Interview for Kenosha News, 04/16/2000
The Ethics of Prematurity-Limits of Viability, The Milwaukee Gynecologic Society Annual Speaker, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2000
Management and Outcome of Extreme Prematurity, Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, St. Mary’s Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2000
March of Dimes - Run to Germanfest, Interview for channel 58, 07/2000
Ethical Issues: Pregnant Women with HIV Infection, Wisconsin Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Children’s Court Center, Milwaukee, WI, 12/2000
Pain in Infancy; Theory Assessment and Management, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, 31st Statewide Perinatal Conference, La Crosse, WI, 04/22/2001 - 04/24/2001
Children as Patients - Parents as Decision Makers: Who Decides?, Combined Fourteenth Annual Clergy Day, The Rev. Arnold F. Moulton Lecture Series and Eighth Annual Ethics Day: An Overview of Current Healthcare Ethics Concerns., All Saints Healthcare System, St. Luke's Hospital. Racine, WI, 05/23/2001
Ethics in the NICU, Waukesha Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee, Waukesha, WI, 09/18/2001
Ethical Issues in Pediatrics and the NICU, 12th Neonatal Perinatal Pediatric Progress Conference, All Saints Healthcare System, St. Mary's Medical Center. Racine, WI, 09/29/2001
Parental Decision Making for Infants with Genetic Disorders, Current Topics in Clinical Ethics: Ethical Issues in Clinical Genetics. Center for the Study of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 11/09/2001
Ethics of Stem Cell Research, Grand Rounds, Columbia Hospital, 01/04/2002
State Utilization of Hospice and Home Health Care for Infants Dying at Home, 15th Annual Pediatric Progress Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 03/20/2002
Fetal Concerns Program, March of Dimes, Interview for channel 58, 04/08/2002
Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment in Pediatrics - Wisconsin Law and the Best Interest Standard, Grand Rounds, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, WI, 04/12/2002
Pain in Infancy: Part II, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, 32nd Statewide Perinatal Conference, Oconomowoc, WI, 04/23/2002
End-of-Life Care in Pediatrics, Midwest Ethics Committee Network. Theda Clark Medical Center, Neenah, WI, 11/12/2002
Ethics in the NICU – “Where are We Now?”, 15th Annual North Central Neonatology Issues Conference, University of Minnesota Medcial School. Lake Geneva, WI, 06/14/2003
Legal & Ethical Issues in Pediatrics, 13th Neonatal Perinatal Pediatric Progress Conference. All Saints Healthcare System, Racine, WI, 09/27/2003
Ethical Care: Pediatric End of Life Care and Do Not Resuscitate, C.A.R.E. and Childhood Emergencies Conference. Marshfield Clinics, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 10/15/2003
Fetal Concerns Program: The Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Anomalies & Case Review, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Appleton Medical Center, WI, 02/11/2004
The Changing Landscape in Managing Extreme Prematurity: How Obstetrics can get you to the Supreme Court, Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, St. Mary’s Hospital/MCW, Milwaukee, WI, 02/02/2005
The Changing Landscape in Managing Extreme Prematurity: How Obstetrics can get you to the Supreme Court, The Milwaukee Gynecologic Society Annual Speaker, Milwaukee, WI, 02/2005
Long Term Outcomes for Premature Infants, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, All Staff Conference, Waukesha, WI, 06/14/2005
Case of maternal drug use in pregnancy, Interview for Racine Times, 06/2005
The National Children’s Study, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 01/2006
March of Dimes NICU Family Support Program, Interview for Channels 4 & 58, 02/24/2006
What is new in Neonatal Medicine, Interview for MetroParent, 02/2006
Care of the Near Term Infant, Pediatric Academic Lecture, Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 03/2006
Delivering Bad News to Parents and Families, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 04/23/2006
Pain Management at the End of Life~ Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge & Practice, Hospice Foundation of America, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2006
Bioethics in Translational Research, MCW Annual Research Conference “Clinical and Translational Research: Opportunities for Dynamic Collaboration, Milwaukee, WI, 06/01/2006
Fetal & Neonatal Palliative Care, 3rd Annual March of Dimes Prematurity Summit & AWHONN State Conference, Manitowoc, WI, 09/07/2006
The EXIT: an entry into fetal intervention, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 03/2007
Growth Attenuation: Best Interest or Poor Solution to a Daunting Problem, Bioethics Grand Rounds, Milwaukee, WI, 03/2007
The Fetal Concerns Program, 37th WAPC Annual Statewide Perinatal Conference, Madison, WI, 04/23/2007
Fetal Concerns Program: Fetal Palliative Care; Ethics and Pragmatics, Marshfield Clinic Genetics Exchange, Grand Rounds, Marshfield, WI, 09/06/2007
Fetal Concerns Program, Interview for Live at Noon, Channel 4, 2007
The Lethal Anomaly: Early Induction or Ethical Termination of Pregnancy?, Obstetrics and Ethics Grand Rounds. Synergy Health, St. Joseph’s Hospital, West Bend, WI, 02/01/2008
Fetal Concerns Program: Fetal Palliative Care; Ethics and Pragmatics, Dinner presentation to Medical Staff & at full day Workshop on Hospice Care for the Preborn, Affinity Health System, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Appleton, WI, 10/01/2008 - 10/02/2008
National Children’s Study, Interview for Lake Effect, NPR 89.7, 05/14/2009
Ethical Issues in Pediatric End-of-Life Care, CME program on Everyday Issues of End-of-Life Care: The Practical & The Ethical, Milwaukee, WI, 06/19/2009
The National Childrens Study; challenges in implementing a National Protocol, Department of Population Health Sciences 50th Anniversary Symposium, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 08/27/2009
The National Children’s Study: Progress and where we are at today, All Staff Grand Rounds: Waukesha and Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI, 12/2009
Interview on WTMJ-TV Ch. 4 (NBC), Abnormal Conditions" on the Rise in North Shore Babies. Article/video URL: http://www.todaystmj4.com/news/local/83312827.html, 02/01/2010
Giving Bad News & Helping Parents Cope, Skills for Breaking Bad News & Communicating with Challenging Families, Medical College of Wisconsin, MECN Bioethics Conference, 03/2010
The National Children’s Study: The Waukesha County Vanguard Center, Women’s Health Research Program Seminar, MCW OB, Froedtert Hospital, Wauwatosa, WI, 01/19/2011
The National Children’s Study: The Waukesha County Vanguard Center Experience, MCW Department of Surgery, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Wauwatosa, WI, 02/08/2011
 
Regional
Workshop on coordinating medicine and law in education of LLM, American Society of Law Medicine and Ethics, Chicago IL, 05/1995
Pediatric and Neonatal Ethics, DePaul School of Law, Chicago, IL, 11/1995
Ethics at the Limits of Viability, Perinatal Grand Rounds, The Carle Clinic, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL, 02/2002
Ethics at the Limits of Viability, Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Illinois School of Medicine, Rockford, IL, 01/2003
Fetal Concerns Program: The Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Anomalies, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Condell Medical Center, IL, 11/18/2003
Ethical and Legal Issues at the Limits of Viability – where are we today?, Pediatric Grand Rounds. Evanston Northwestern Hospital, Evanston, IL, 03/30/2004
Neonatal Ethics, Children’s Memorial Medical Center, Ethics Committee Retreat, Chicago, IL, 05/20/2005
When an Ethical Action may not be Legal: The Role of an Ethics Consult Team, Pediatric Ethics: Setting an Agenda for the Future, Cleveland, OH, 09/09/2005
Clinical Ethics and Consultations, Pediatric Ethics: Setting an Agenda for the Future, Cleveland, OH, 09/09/2005
How to Care for Families When a Baby is Dying, National Perinatal Association 25th Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, 10/29/2005
Neonatal and Perinatal Palliative Care, 32nd March of Dimes Annual Perinatal Conference, Chicago, IL, 03/02/2007
The Ethics of Perinatal Palliative Care, Rush/Stroger (University of Illinois) Grand Rounds, Chicago, IL, 10/07/2008
Pediatric and Neonatal Palliative Care: facts, pragmatics and ethics, NorthShore University health System (Evanston Hospital) Pediatric Grand Rounds, Evanston, IL, 06/07/2011
Leuthner SR, Ethics and Care of Mother and Baby. Contemporary issues in in Perinatal Care, Regional Perinatal Nurse Network Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, 10/29/2014
 
National
Interview on PBS, Religion and Ethics Series, decision-making at the extreme of viability, 10/1999
Interview for American Medical News, Neonatal experts urge limits on futile care, 12/13/1999
Decision making at the margins of viability - wrongful life, Interview for CBS Sunday Morning, 04/16/2000
Choosing Life or Death in the NICU: A Matter of Culture. Majority of Neonatologist Face End-of-Life Issues, Interview for WebMD Medical News, 06/23/2000
Seperation of twins in England leaves lingering questions here, Interview for American Medical News, 12/04/2000
Grant with NPR and MCW. End-of-Life Care for Infants and Children, Interview for NPR as part of Robert Wood Johnson, 05/2001
Palliative Care for the Neonate and Infant, Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, 02/2002
DNR in the DR, Seminar on Ethics, Law and Medicine, University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, NM, 02/2002
Ethical Issues in Prenatal Testing, Interview for Redbook (Jan issue), 09/27/2002
Models of Care, Pediatrics Palliative Care Conference, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Nashville, TN, 10/03/2003
Pediatric Palliative Care: Needs, Means, and Barriers, Pediatrics Palliative Care Conference, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. Nashville, TN, 10/03/2003
How do we define terminal?, National Perinatal Association.Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, 10/16/2004
The Fetal Concerns Program: The Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Anomalies, Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds. INOVA Health Care, Fairfax, VA, 05/09/2005
Biotechnology and Public Policy: Biotechnologies Touching the Beginnings of Human Life, Interview for OBGyn News, 02/15/2006
Neonatal and Perinatal Palliative Care: Workshop and How to perform good palliative care, Workshop for the Palliative care team at the Women and Infants Hospital, Honolulu, HI, 05/02/2008
Neonatal and Perinatal Palliative Care: Ethics and Pragmatics, Pediatric Resident and Community Pediatrician Rounds, Honolulu, HI, 05/05/2008
Leuthner SR, The Hydropic Neonate: The NICU perspective on Resuscitation, Evaluation, and Management, Society of Perinatal Pathology National Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 10/02/2011
Leuthner SR, Freutner C, Tweddel J, Debate on cardiac surgery for infants with complex chromosomal conditions and complex cardiac conditions, AAP NCE, Section on Bioethics and Section on Cardiothoracic Surgery, New Orleans, LO, 10/20/2012
Leuthner SR, Limits of Viability in the DR: Whose decision is it anyway?, Neonatal Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Denver, Denver, CO, 06/05/2013
Leuthner SR, Ethics of Vaccination Refusal, Tidewater Pediatric Society, Norfolk, VA, 12/03/2014
Leuthner SR, Conscientious Objection in Health Care, Grand Rounds, Annual Evelyn G Keever Bioethics Day, Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters. Eastern Virginia Medical School. Norfolk, VA, 12/04/2014
Leuthner SR, Ethics of Vaccination Refusal, Noon Conference, Annual Evelyn G Keever Bioethics Day, Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters. Eastern Virginia Medical School. Norfolk, VA, 12/04/2014
Leuthner SR, Moderator of session; Pediatric Palliative Care, Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, San Diego, CA, 04/2015
Leuthner SR, Panelist, Hot Topic - Acute Kidney Injury in the Neonatal, Pediatric Academic Society Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 04/2016
Leuthner SR, Communicating about Uncertainty: Difficult Conversations and Improving the Patient Experience by Incorporating Palliative Care into a Fetal Consultative Service., Grand Rounds and Keynote Speaker for joint conference of the Fetal Care Center and Palliative Care Program, Akron Children’s Hospital. Akron, OH, 09/16/2016
Leuthner SR, The CDH experience in Wisconsin: The non-ECMO approach., Fetology 2016. (National Conference put on by University of Cincinnati Fetal Program)., Chicago, IL, 09/22/2016 - 09/23/2016
Peterson E, Leuthner SR, Prenatal Counseling regarding Resuscitation during and after Fetal Myelomeningocele Repair., NaftNet (Fetal Myelomeningocele Consortium), Chicago, IL, 10/14/2016
Leuthner SR, Communicating about Uncertainty: Incorporating Palliative Care Concepts into a Fetal Consultative Service., Grand Rounds and Keynote Speaker for Fourth Biennial Perinatal Palliative Care Symposium. Christiana Care Health System., Newark, DE, 03/16/2018
Leuthner SR, Mercurio M, Antommaria A., Innovation in Fetal Medicine: Ethical Pitfalls, Oversight and When Should it Become Research?, Prenatal SIG Webinar on Fetal Intervention Ethics. National Society of Genetic Counselors, 09/12/2019
Leuthner SR, Incorporating Palliative Care Concepts into a Fetal Consultative Service, Children’s Mercy Bioethics Center Institution Brown Bag Luncheon, Kansas City, MO, 01/28/2020
Leuthner SR, Fetal Intervention; Innovation, Hype or Experimentation, Mercy Children’s Bioethics Center Webinar, Kansas City, MO, 01/28/2020
Leuthner SR, Ethical Considerations When Caring for the Fetus or Neonate with Trisomy 13 or 18., Children’s Mercy Neonatology Visiting Professor presentation, Kansas City, MO, 01/29/2020
 

PEER REVIEWED WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Leuthner SR, Shapiro R, Anencephalic Babies and Organ Transplants: A Debate, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 12/1995
Leuthner SR, Infants with Anencephaly, Medical Ethics Commission, Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, 10/1996
Leuthner SR, The Impact of Fetal Ultrasound on Parents’ Experience of Pregnancy, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 04/1997
Leuthner SR, Gray A., The Care of the Dying Neonate: The Withdrawal of Nutrition and Hydration, Perinatal Grand Rounds, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 09/1998
Leuthner SR. Wasserman S, Zimmerman, Maternal Fetal Ethical Conflict: Drug Abusing Mothers, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 01/1999
End of Life Care in the Perinatal Period, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, Statewide Perinatal Conference 29th Annual Meeting, Madison, WI, 04/1999
Maternal-Fetal Conflict: Case Studies in Bioethics, Perinatal Care and the Law, National Perinatal Association Annual Clinical Conference and Exposition, Milwaukee, WI, 10/1999
Neonatal Hospice: An Idea Whose Time has Come, National Perinatal Association Annual Clinical Conference and Exposition, Milwaukee, WI, 10/1999
Leuthner SR, The Ethics of Prematurity-Limits of Viability, The Milwaukee Gynecologic Society Annual Speaker, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2000
Leuthner SR, Management and Outcome of Extreme Prematurity, Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, St. Mary’s Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2000
Leuthner SR and Panel, Ethical Issues: Pregnant Women with HIV Infection, Wisconsin Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, Children’s Court Center, Milwaukee, WI, 12/2000
Leuthner SR, Ethics in the NICU, Waukesha Memorial Hospital Ethics Committee, Waukesha, WI, 09/18/2001
Leuthner SR, Parental Decision Making for Infants with Genetic Disorders, Current Topics in Clinical Ethics: Ethical Issues in Clinical Genetics. Center for the Study of Bioethics, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 11/09/2001
Leuthner SR, Ethics of Stem Cell Research, Grand Rounds, Columbia Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 01/04/2002
Leuthner SR, State Utilization of Hospice and Home Health Care for Infants Dying at Home, part of City of Milwaukee Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Panel. 15th Annual Pediatric Progress Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 03/20/2002
Leuthner SR, Derse A, Shapiro R., Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Medical Treatment in Pediatrics - Wisconsin Law and the Best Interest Standard., Grand Rounds, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 04/12/2002
Psychological Distress in Parents of Children with Severe Congenital Heart Disease: The Impact of Prenatal Versus Postnatal Diagnosis, The Great Lakes Regional Meeting on Child Health Psychology, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2002
Leuthner SR, Berkoff J, The Changing Landscape in Managing Extreme Prematurity: How Obstetrics can get you to the Supreme Court, Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, St. Mary’s Hospital/MCW, Milwaukee, WI, 02/02/2005
Leuthner SR, Berkoff J., The Changing Landscape in Managing Extreme Prematurity: How Obstetrics can get you to the Supreme Court, The Milwaukee Gynecologic Society Annual Speaker, Milwaukee, WI, 02/2005
Leuthner SR, Long Term Outcomes for Premature Infants, Waukesha Memorial Hospital, All Staff Conference, Waukesha, WI, 06/14/2005
Cronk C, Durkin M, Leuthner SR, The National Children’s Study, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 01/2006
Leuthner SR, Care of the Near Term Infant, Pediatric Academic Lecture, Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, Oconomowoc, WI, 03/2006
Local Panel Member on Pain Management at the End of Life~ Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge & Practice put on by Hospice Foundation of America, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2006
Panel Member, Breakout Session on Bioethics in Translational Research., MCW Annual Research Conference “Clinical and Translational Research: Opportunities for Dynamic Collaboration, Milwaukee, WI, 06/01/2006
Leuthner SR, Lang K, Growth Attenuation: Best Interest or Poor Solution to a Daunting Problem, Bioethics Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 03/2007
Leuthner SR, The National Children’s Study: Progress and where we are at today, All Staff Grand Rounds: Waukesha and Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI, 12/2009
Leuthner SR, The National Children’s Study: The Waukesha County Vanguard Center, Women’s Health Research Program Seminar, MCW OB, Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee, WI, 01/19/2011
Leuthner SR, The National Children’s Study: The Waukesha County Vanguard Center Experience., MCW Department of Surgery, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 02/08/2011
Leuthner SR, Counseling with New Guidelines on the Limits of Viability, MCW Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, Froedtert Hospital, Wauwatosa, WI, 02/10/2016
Leuthner SR., Trisomy 18 as “Lethal” or a “Life-Limiting” Condition, MCW Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Grand Rounds, Froedtert Hospital, Wauwatosa, WI, 07/26/2017
 
Regional
Leuthner SR, Ethical Consideration in the Management of Premature Newborns, Grand Rounds, St. Michael’s Hospital, Steven’s Point, WI, 10/1997
Leuthner SR, Shapiro R, Conway A, A Town Hall Meeting on Clinical Decision Making – Who Makes the Decision and Why?, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, Statewide Perinatal Conference 29th Annual Meeting, Madison, WI, 04/1999
Balancing Professional and Business Interests, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, Ninth Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 02/2000
Leuthner SR, Pain in Infancy; Theory Assessment and Management, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, 31st Statewide Perinatal Conference, La Crosse, WI, 04/22/2001 - 04/24/2001
Leuthner SR, Children as Patients - Parents as Decision Makers: Who Decides?,, Combined Fourteenth Annual Clergy Day, The Rev. Arnold F. Moulton Lecture Series and Eighth Annual Ethics Day: An Overview of Current Healthcare Ethics Concerns, All Saints Healthcare System, St. Luke's Hospital. Racine, WI, 05/23/2001
Leuthner SR, Pain in Infancy: Part II, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care, 32nd Statewide Perinatal Conference, Oconomowoc, WI, 04/23/2002
Leuthner SR, End-of-Life Care in Pediatrics, Midwest Ethics Committee Network, Theda Clark Medical Center. Neenah, WI, 11/12/2002
Leuthner SR, Legal & Ethical Issues in Pediatrics, 13th Neonatal Perinatal Pediatric Progress Conference, All Saints Healthcare System, St. Mary's Medical Center. Racine, WI, 09/27/2003
Leuthner SR, Fost N, Ethical Care: Pediatric End of Life Care and Do Not Resuscitate., C.A.R.E. and Childhood Emergencies Conference, Marshfield Clinics. Wis Dells, WI, 10/15/2003
Leuthner SR., Fetal Concerns Program: The Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Anomalies, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Condell Medical Center, IL, 11/18/2003
Leuthner SR, Sato T., Fetal Concerns Program: The Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Anomalies & Case Review, Pediatric Grand Rounds, Appleton Medical Center, WI, 02/11/2004
Initiating Palliative Care Prenatally, 1st National Conference on Pediatric Palliative & Hospice Care, National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, Dearborn, MI, 11/2004
Leuthner SR, Panel Discussant. Delivering Bad News to Parents and Families, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care Annual Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 04/23/2006
Leuthner SR, Fetal & Neonatal Palliative Care, 3rd Annual March of Dimes Prematurity Summit & AWHONN State Conference, Manitowoc, WI, 09/07/2006
Leuthner SR, Godfrey T, Jones EL, The Fetal Concerns Program, 37th WAPC Annual Statewide Perinatal Conference, Madison WI, 04/23/2007
Leuthner SR, Fetal Concerns Program: Fetal Palliative Care; Ethics and Pragmatics, Marshfield Clinic Genetics Exchange, Grand Rounds, Marshfield, WI, 09/06/2007
Leuthner SR, The Lethal Anomaly: Early Induction or Ethical Termination of Pregnancy?, Obstetrics and Ethics Grand Rounds. Synergy Health, St. Joseph’s Hospital. West Bend, WI, 02/01/2008
Leuthner SR, Jones EL, Fetal Concerns Program: Fetal Palliative Care; Ethics and Pragmatics, Dinner presentation to Medical Staff & at full day Workshop on Hospice Care for the Preborn the following day for Affinity Health System, St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Appleton, WI, 10/01/2008 - 10/02/2008
Leuthner SR, Ethical Issues in Pediatric End-of-Life Care, CME program on Everyday Issues of End-of-Life Care: The Practical & The Ethical. Sponsored by the Midwest Ethics Committee Network, Milwaukee, WI, 06/19/2009
Leuthner SR, Durkin M, Miller K, Sandavol MN, The National Childrens Study; challenges in implementing a National Protocol, Department of Population Health Sciences 50th Anniversary Symposium. University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 08/27/2009
Leuthner SR, Giving Bad News & Helping Parents Cope, Skills for Breaking Bad News & Communicating with Challenging Families. Medical College of Wisconsin, MECN Bioethics Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 03/2010
Leuthner SR, , What Constitutes a Condition Appropriate for Withdrawal of Care, 5th District VI Association of Neonatologists, Section on Perinatal Pediatrics Meeting. Controversies in Neonatal Clinical Care, Chicago, IL, 09/08/2012
Leuthner SR, Informed Assent/Consent in Pediatrics, The Schloendorff Century: The Evolution of Informed Consent. Medical College of Wisconsin Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 06/10/2014
Leuthner SR, Counseling with New Guidelines on the Limits of Viability, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care Annual Meeting, Elkhart Lake, WI, 04/2016
Leuthner SR, Fetal and neonatal palliative care, uncertainty and counseling, Invited guest of the University of Wisconsin Division of Neonatology for a day. Merritor Hospital, Madison, WI, 04/19/2017
Leuthner SR, Trisomy 18 as “Lethal” or a “Life-Limiting” Condition, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care Annual Meeting, Wisconsin Dells, WI, 05/01/2017
Leuthner SR, Small P. Ethics Panel: Redefining Fatal Genetic Disorders-Trisomy 13 and 18., Pediatric Critical Care Regional Meeting. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, 05/23/2018
Leuthner SR, Infant outcomes at marginally viable gestational ages; clinical and ethical considerations in counseling, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care Annual Meeting, Oshkosh, WI, 04/08/2019
 
National
The Impact of Fetal Echocardiography on Parents’ Experience of Pregnancy, Aspen Conference on Perinatal Research, Aspen, CO, 09/1997
The Impact of Fetal Echocardiography on Parents’ Experience of Pregnancy, Joint Meeting of the American Association of Bioethics, the Society for Bioethics consultation, and the Society for Health and Human Values, Baltimore, MD, 11/1997
Clinical Conflict and Models of Best Interest, Paper presentation, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Houston, TX, 11/1998
Infant Palliative Care Consultations, American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Philadelphia, PA, 10/1999
End-of-Life Care for Infants and the Effects of Palliative Care Consultation, Pediatric Academic Societies and the AAP, Boston, MA, 05/2000
Care for Infants and Children: Expectations, Experience, and Ideas, American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, Salt Lake City, UT, 10/2000
Pediatric Assent - Clinician Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice, Pediatric Academic Societies and the AAP, San Francisco, CA, 05/2004
Unbearable Burden of Forced Treatment: How Courts are putting Neonatologists and Parents at Legal Risk, American Society of Bioethics and Humanities, 6th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 10/2004
Experiences in Perinatal Palliative Care, Annual Assembly of AAHPM and HPNA, New Orleans, LA, 02/2005
The Law Fails its Children When it Mandates Medical Treatment without Regard for Ethical Decision-Making, An Analysis of Montalvo v. Borkovec 647 N.W.2d 413 (Wis. App. 2002), San Francisco, CA, 05/2006
The Fallacy of the Emergency Exception to Treatment in the Delivery Room, Pediatric Academic Societies, San Francisco, CA, 05/2006
The Ethical Inconsistency in Fetal Intervention and lack of Palliative Care for HLHS, Pediatric Academic Societies, 05/2007
Gestational age at delivery and outcomes of fetuses with gastroschisis, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Fransisco, CA, 2007
Categorizing deaths in the NICU; a cross-cultural study in the USA, Canada and the Netherlands, Pediatric Academic Societies, Honolulu, HI, 05/2008
When parents request medical care that providers resist: Ethics and law in futility disputes, Pediatric Academic Societies, Honolulu, HI, 05/2008
Resolving futility disputes: Practical approaches working with families and staff, Pediatric Academic Societies, Honolulu, HI, 05/2008
Who Are We Comforting? An Analysis of Comfort Medications Delivered to Dying Neonates, Pediatric Academic Societies, Honolulu, HI, 05/2008
The use of palliative care medication in the NICU at the time of death: a cross-cultural study in the USA, Canada and the Netherlands, Pediatric Academic Societies, Honolulu, HI, 05/2008
Interstitial Microduplication in Mother and Child: A Case Report, American Society of Human Genetics, Philadelphia, PA, 2008
Evidence Based Decision Making at Extremely Low Gestational Age – Data and Practical Applications, Pediatric Academic Societies - Hot Topic, Baltimore, MD, 05/2009
Clinical whole genome sequencing: One center's experience, Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, American College of Medical Genetics, 03/2011
Evaluation of a Multidisciplinary Prenatal Consultation Program in Terms of Parental Coping and Hardiness, Poster presentation, Publication Number 2914.193. PAS meeting, Denver, CO, 05/2011
Ethical Controversies in Pediatric Biobanks, PAS Topic Symposium, Denver, CO, 05/2011
PS Dassanayake, Y Xia, J Nanes, A Li, RK. Miller, CJ. Stodgell, AL Rinderknecht, S Szabo, S Leuthner, CK. Walker., Bromated Flame Retardants and Other Environmental Organic Pollutant Levels in National Children’s Study Placenta Samples., The 13th Workshop on Brominated and other Flame Retardants, Winnipeg, MB, Canada, 06/04/2011 - 06/05/2011
C Salafia, J Dalton, D Misra, P Katzman, RK Miller, C Stodgell, A Penmetsa, J. Culhane, S Wadlinger, R Wapner, C Torres, S. Leuthner, S.Szabo, C. Torres, C. Lendor, J. Gilbert, K. Mantilla, N. Thiex , B. Specker, J. Swanson, C Holliday, N. Dole, J. Thorp, B Eucker, E. Clark, M. Varner, H. Thaker, E, Reliability of Histologic Diagnoses of Acute Intraamniotic Infection: Methods Development - NCS Project 2-18., NCS Research Day, NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD, 08/24/2011
C Salafia, J Dalton, D Misra, P Katzman RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, A Penmetsa, J Culhane, S Wadlinger, R Wapner, S Leuthner, S Szabo, C Torres, C Lendor, J Gilbert, K Mantilla, N Thiex , B Specker, J Swanson, C Holliday, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, E Clark, M Varner, H Thaker, E Taggart, Analysis of Placental Shape by 3-D Scan and Routine Digital Photography: Predictive Value of Measures with Cost Benefit Analysis – Methods Development - NCS Project 18, NCS Research Day, NIH Campus, Bethesda, MD, 08/24/2011
Acharya K, Leuthner S, Clark R, Nghiem-Rao TH, Lagatta J., NICU Interventions and Survival for Infants with Trisomy 13 or 18., Pediatric Academic Societies Ethics Platform Session, San Diego, CA, 04/2015
Leuthner SR, Moldenhauer J, Wagner A, Wenzlaff M, Peterson E, Fetal MMC repair: Counseling Around the Fetal Intervention, Poster presentation. Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco, CA, 05/07/2017
Laventhal N, Kukora S, Leuthner SR, Complex Antenatal Counseling Workshop, Pediatric Academic Society Workshop, San Francisco, CA, 05/07/2017
Winn P, Acharya K, Peterson E, Leuthner SR, Parental Choices After a Prenatal Diagnosis of Trisomy 13 or 18, Poster presentation. Pediatric Academic Society, San Francisco, CA, 05/08/2017
Lindekugel S, Olson K, Peterson E, Leuthner SR, How parents think about fetal procedures in complicated twin pregnancies., Pediatric Academic Society, 05/07/2018
Pediatric Academic Society, Fetal Concerns and Disability. “From the Margins to the Center: Disability Studies in Other Disciplines,”, University of Illinois, Chicago, 05/17/2018
Leuthner SR, Tucker Edmonds B, Famuyide M, Feltman DM, Ensuring Equitable and Ethical Experiences for Periviable Newborns and their Moms: Lessons from the INDEED study [Investigating Neonatal Decisions for Extremely Early Deliveries]., Presenter/Moderator of Panel discussion. American Society of Bioethics and Medical Humanities., Los Angeles, CA, 10/19/2018
Leuthner SR and Zetley L, Ethical and Legal Challenges of Complex Decision Making for Children in Foster Care, Co-Chairs of Joint H Program with AAP Section on Bioethics and Council on Foster, Adoptive and Kinship Care, Orlando, FL, 11/05/2018
Langenfeld A, Swearingen C, Leuthner SR, Cohen S, Reading as a Tool to Decrease Parental Distress Following Hospitalization in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit., Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore, MD, 04/27/2019
Datta A, Shah A, Weiner J, Schlegel A, Coghill CH, Matoba N, Sullivan KM, Fry JT, DiGeronimo R, Natarajan G, Zaniletti I, Niehaus J, Leuthner SR, Inter-center Variation in Autopsy Practices Among Regional NICU’s., Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore, MD, 04/27/2019
Lawrence CM, Jain M, Tucker Edmonds B, Hayslett D, Coleman T, Famuyide M, Feltman DM, Laventhal NT, Datta A, Carlos C, Batton E, Andrews B, Fritz K, Leuthner SR, Tonismae T., Do Ethical Cultures Drive Perinatal Care?, Bioethics Platform, Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore, MD, 04/28/2019
Baker A, Lagatta J, Leuthner SR Acharya K, Does Prenatal Counseling for Pregnancies Complicated by Multiple Fetal Anomalies Concord with Postnatal Outcomes?, Pediatric Academic Society, Baltimore, MD, 04/28/2019
Rholl E, Olson K, Leuthner SR, Lagatta J., Parent Experience with Medical Uncertainty in a Level IV NICU, Pediatric Academic Society (Cancelled, COVID19), Philadelphia, PA, 05/02/2020
Leuthner SR and Haq H., Beyond Short-Term Missions: Lessons for Medical and Surgical Disciplines, Co-Chairs of Joint H Program with AAP Section on Global Health, Section on Surgery, Section on Bioethics, (Virtual Covid), 10/04/2020
 
International
Impact of Prenatal versus Postnatal Diagnosis on Coping in Parents of Severe Congenital Heart Disease, Third World Congress of Pediatric Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery, Toronto, Canada, 05/2001
Perinatal Palliative Care, Annual Conference on Pediatric Palliative Care, Montreal, Canada, 09/28/2006 - 09/30/2006
Evaluation of End-of-Life Care in the Perinatal Period, 10th European Congress of Psychology, Praque, Czech Republic, 07/2007
Categorizing deaths in the NICU: a cross cultural study in the USA, Canada and the Netherlands, Poster and presentation Canadian Paediatric Society 85th Annual Conference, Victoria, Canada, 06/24/2008 - 06/28/2008
Optional lives, Poster and presentation Canadian Paediatric Society 85th Annual Conference, Victoria, Canada, 06/24/2008 - 06/28/2008
Optional lives, Oral presentation at the 2nd Congress of the European Academy of Paeditrics, Nice, France, 10/24/2008 - 10/28/2008
Influence of Written Information Regarding Prematurity on Maternal Information Seeking Behavior During Counseling- A Randomized Trial, Poster presentation, Publication Number 3734.337. PAS meeting, 05/2010
Prenatal Counseling Supplemented with Written Information Increases Maternal Knowledge of Problems of Prematurity- A Randomized Trial, Platform presentation, Vancouver, British Columbia, 05/2010
Fetal Palliative Care, To be presented at the Japan Society of Perinatal and Neonatal Medicine. Kobe International Conference Hall, Japan, 07/11/2010 - 07/13/2010
 

COMMITTEE SERVICE:
Medical College of Wisconsin
10/1995 - Present Member, Resident Recruitment & Intern Selection Committee, Department of Pediatrics, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2000 - 06/2008 Member, Julia A. Uilhein Bioethics Collection Committee, Library, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2002 - 2010 Member, Data and Safety Monitoring Board, Clinical Research Center, Medical College of Wisconsin
01/2006 - 06/2006 Member, Executive Steering Committee, Clinical and Translational Research: Opportunities for Dynamic Collaboration, Annual Research Conference, Medical College of Wisconsin
11/2015 - 2016 Member, Department of Obstetrics Search Committee for Vice Chair of OB Services
2015 Member, Department of Pediatrics Search Committee for Division Chief of Hospital Medicine
07/2016 - 07/2019 Alternate, MCW Faculty Council
10/2016 - Present Member, Department of Pediatrics Trauma Informed Care Committee
2020 - Present Member, General and Community Pediatrics Section Chief Search Committee
 

MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Medical Student Education
09/1995 - Present Small group facilitator: Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine: required, fall M-2 course that meets for ten 2-hour sessions for small-group ethics discussion of lectures and cases.
09/1995 - 06/2005 Co-director & facilitator: required M3 clerkship Pediatric Ethics All M-3 students participate in two one-hour lectures/conferences during inpatient portion of pediatric rotation.
09/1995 - 06/1999 Lecturer; Pediatric Clerkship Transition of the Newborn and Resuscitation lecture given every other month, shared with other neonatal faculty
09/1996 - Present Lecturer: Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine Maternal-fetal, Neonatal and Pediatric Ethics required, fall M-2 course, one lecture every year
09/1996 - 12/1996 Small Group Facilitator; Biochemistry Course Clinical instructor for chemistry case-based discussions
04/1999 - Present Lecturer: AMA Student Organization, Speaker Series The Cocaine Mother Law invited by M-2 students after Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine lecture
07/1999 - 06/2001 Lecturer: M3 pediatric clerkship Pediatric Law and Ethics Required core curriculum lecture
03/2001 - Present Lecturer: AMA Student Organization, Speaker Series The Cocaine Mother Law; maternal-fetal ethics invited by M-2 students after Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine lecture
2003 - 2004 Lecturer: Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine Death and Dying in Pediatrics required M-2 course, one lecture every year
01/2006 - Present Small Group Facilitator; M-3 Patient Centered Care/ Diversity Training Module Half day training program for M-3 on diversity and tools to help recognize and respond
2006 - 2008 Lecturer: Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine Death and Dying in Pediatrics required M-2 course, one lecture every year
 
Resident and Fellow Education
04/1997 - Present How to survive the NICU, Common Procedures and Practice required pediatric resident lecture series
09/1998 - Present The Care of the Dying Neonate: The Withdrawal of Nutrition and Hydration
09/1998 - Present Trisomy 13 and 18 required conference for neonatal and obstetrical faculty/residents
12/1999 - Present Pediatric Resident noon lecture series Neonatal Transition required pediatric resident lecture series
02/2000 - Present The Concept of Futility
03/07/2002 - 2006 Intermediate Care Ethics
09/2002 - Present Multi-Dimensional Education Program (MDEP) on Ethics
 
Continuing Medical Education
10/1995 - Present Instructor: Workshop in Neonatal Resuscitation for ALSO
05/1996 - Present Lecture: Transport Expanded Role Nursing Education
11/2000 - Present Lecturer: Transport Expanded Role Nursing Education Lecture Neonatal abdominal pathology - radiological evaluation for transport
10/2003 - 11/2003 Lecturer/Facilitator: Ethical and Legal Issues in Home Hospice Care
12/2003 - Present Lecturer: Bioethics for Attorneys, Judges & Legislators Bioethics Law’s Impact on Pediatric Cases. Sponsored by the Center for the Study of Bioethics
03/02/2004 - Present Lecturer: Neonatal-Pediatric Symposium: Follow-up care of the sick neonate; The Fetal Concerns Program
01/2006 - Present Lecturer: Ethics in the NICU; RN education day and Orientation
04/11/2008 - Present Lecturer: Neonatal-Pediatric Symposium.
 
Graduate Student Education
01/1996 - Present Clinical Preceptor: Clinical Bioethics I required Bioethics Graduate Masters Program course, 2-4 graduate Bioethics students round daily in the NICU for 1-2 weeks
01/1997 - Present Lecturer: Bioethics Committees and Consultation Pediatric Ethics Committees
2003 - Present Co-facilitator: Pediatric Ethics Course Elective Bioethics Graduate Masters Program course
 

EXTRAMURAL TEACHING:
Community/Lay Public
09/1995 - 1996 Marquette School of Nursing, Lecturer: RDS and Surfactant metabolism and treatment Neonatal Nurse Practitioners graduate course
09/1999 - Present Mount Mary College, Lecturer: Bioethics Ethical Issues on Abortion for Fetal Anomalies
05/2000 - Present Nicolet High School, Lecturer: Ethics and Economics of Prematurity
11/2000 - Present Children with Special Health Care Needs, Lecturer: Do Not Resuscitate: Meaning and Practice One hour talk to State work group, Madison, Wisconsin
12/2001 - Present Ross and MedImmune, Lecturer: Prevention of Serious RSV Disease in Infants and Children at Risk One hour talk to general pediatricians in Milwaukee
 
Medical Student Education
09/2000 - 09/2001 Lecturer: Medical Ethics and Palliative Medicine Death and Dying in Pediatrics required M-2 course, one lecture every year
 
Resident and Fellow Education
1995 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, NICU attending required clerkship 3-4 residents, one fellow and Nurse Practitioner/month, 2-4 months per year
1996 - 2003 Froedtert Memorial Hospital, Newborn Nursery attending required clerkship 1-2 residents, 16 students/month, 1 month per year
1996 - Present Waukesha Memorial Hospital, NICU attending, required clerkship 1 family practice resident/month, 1-2 months per year
1996 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, HIV Testing in pregnancy and neonates required faculty and fellow conference
11/1997 - Present Fetal Anomaly Conference, The Impact of Fetal Ultrasound on Parents’ Experience of Pregnancy required conference for neonatal and obstetrical faculty/residents
1997 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, How to Study a Study required faculty and fellow conference
1998 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, The Biology of Surfactant required faculty and fellow conference
03/2000 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, Ethics in Neonatal Resuscitation
04/2000 - 04/2001 Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Faculty Judge: 24th & 25th Annual Children's Hospital of Wisconsin Resident's and Fellow's Research Day
05/2000 - Present Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident Curriculum, General Principles of Ethics
07/2000 - Present Fetal Anomaly Conference, In-Utero repair of meningomyelocele
03/2001 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, Informed Consent in Human Subjects Research
04/20/2001 - Present Pediatric Resident Curriculum, Ethics Case Presentations with Guest speaker Dr. John Lantos
06/05/2001 - Present Pediatric Resident Curriculum, The Use of Force
06/12/2001 - Present Pediatric Resident Curriculum, Primary Care of the NICU Graduate
04/22/2002 - Present Anesthesia Fellows Conference, Ethics of informed consent in pediatric anesthesia
11/08/2002 - Present Pediatric Surgery Resident/Fellow Core series, Ethics in Neonatal Care and Withdrawal of Support
02/27/2004 - Present Pediatric Surgery Resident/Fellow Core series, The Concept of Futility & case presentation
04/02/2004 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, Legal and ethical Review at the Limits of Viability
05/12/2004 - Present Waukesha Family Practice Resident Education Conference, End of Life Decision Making/ Withdrawal of Care in Premies and Neonates
01/2006 - Present Pediatric Resident Curriculum, The Concept of Futility
03/08/2006 - Present Family Practice lecture series, Helping Families in End-of-Life Care for the Pediatric Patient.
05/26/2006 - Present Pediatric Surgery Resident/Fellow Core series, Fetal Concerns Update – High Risk OB/GYN
08/08/2006 - Present Neonatal Fellowship Journal Club, Monthly required faculty/fellowship conference
08/2006 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, General Principles of Ethics in the NICU
08/2006 - Present Fetal Anomaly Conference, Perinatal Palliative Care
09/2007 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, Fetal Interventions: What Works Weekly required faculty/fellowship conference
09/2007 - Present Neonatal Academic Conference, Maternal Fetal Conflict
02/08/2008 - Present Weekly OB resident lectures, Management of the post-resuscitation infant Weekly required faculty/resident conference in OB department
03/2008 - Present ENT Residency curriculum, Ethics of Human Subjects Research
 
Continuing Medical Education
04/1996 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: Ethics Committee Non-Heart-Beating Cadaver Donation
05/1996 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: Continuing Education Workshop for NICU nursing staff Ethics in the NICU
01/1998 - Present 28th Annual Refresher Course for Family Physicians, Newborn Nursery Care
12/1998 - 2000 Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: Respiratory Care Conference Day Oscillator Ventilation Strategies
12/1998 - 2000 Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: Respiratory Care Conference Day RDS and Surfactant Biology
01/1999 - Present The Jaundice Infant: State of the Art, Cool Topics in Pediatrics
11/1999 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: Critical Care Course Care of the Infant on an Oscillator
02/2000 - Present 30th Annual Winter Refresher Course for Family Physicians, Newborn Nursery Care
04/08/2000 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: NICU and PICU Nursing Units Negotiating the Moral Terrain
04/2001 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: CHW NICU Nursing Continuing Education Series The Oscillator Ventilator
09/24/2001 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: CHW - Fox Valley Nursing Education Teleconference Ethics in the NICU
09/24/2001 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: CHW - Fox Valley Nursing Education Teleconference
11/12/2001 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: CHW NICU Nursing Continuing Education Series The Oscillator Ventilator and iNO
04/04/2002 - Present Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Lecturer: Froedtert Obstetrical In-service on the Fetal Concerns Program
09/2002 - Present Community Memorial Hospital, Lecturer/Facilitator: The Anencephalic Infant: Ethics and Palliative Care
09/2003 - Present Children’s Health System CME in Green Bay, The Fetal Concerns Program, Case Review
03/2004 - Present ProHealth Care Women’s Center, Waukesha & Oconomowoc Memorial Hospitals, Moderator/ Organizer of Neonatal-Pediatric Symposiums
04/15/2005 - Present ProHealth Care Women’s Center, Waukesha & Oconomowoc Memorial Hospitals, Lecturer: Seventh Perinatal Symposium: Maternal-Fetal Medicine The Fetus as Patient: Ethical considerations of Fetal Therapies.
05/2006 - Present ProHealth Care Women’s Center, Waukesha & Oconomowoc Memorial Hospitals, Moderator/ Organizer of Neonatal-Pediatric Symposiums
04/2008 - Present ProHealth Care Women’s Center, Waukesha & Oconomowoc Memorial Hospitals, Moderator/ Organizer of Neonatal-Pediatric Symposiums
 

MCW STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Medical Students
Elaina Lee, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1998 - 1999 M4 Clinical Student Advisor
Colleen Laus, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2000 - 2001 M4 Clinical Student Advisor
Joy Wiersum, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2001 - Present College Student Work Program
Paula Klosowski, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2001 - 2002 M4 Clinical Student Advisor
Leyla Hamizadeh, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2008 - 2010 Pediatric resident advisor
Anne Lincoln, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2010 - 2012 Pediatric resident advisor
 
Graduate Students
MA Committees
Marissa Schaefer-Beffel RN, MA, Medical College of Wisconsin, 12/1996 - Present An Examination of Ethical Considerations Involved in the Decision Making Process for Treatment of Critically Ill Neonates in the NICU
Robyn Lynn Pierucci MD, MA, Medical College of Wisconsin, 07/1997 - 06/2000 Dying at Life's Beginning: Recommendations for Improving Infant End-of-Life Care
Beth Newberry-Whitestone RN, MA, Medical College of Wisconsin, 01/1999 - 05/2000 Ethical Distress: Perceptions of Staff Nurses and the Means to Address Them
Donna Taylor JD, MA, Medical College of Wisconsin, 04/1999 - Present Professionalism in a Managed Care Environment: Have the Duties of Physicians Toward the Uninsured Changed? The Milwaukee County Perspective
Beth Ann Johnson MD, MA, Medical College of Wisconsin, 01/2002 - 05/2004 Challenges to the Appropriate Withdrawal of Life Sustaining Medical Treatment In the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
 
Postdoctoral Students
Rebecca Moran MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 07/2002 - 2006 Neonatal intensive care fellow at Albuquerque, N.M., student in the Masters in Bioethics program, supervisor in research for dissertation
Jane Lee MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 07/2003 - 04/2005
Eric Kroner MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2007 - Present Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellow at MCW, current supervisor for bioethics masters program research activities on health care disparities
Samip Kothari MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2008 - Present Neonatal fellow currently enrolling in Bioethics Masters Program.
Dalia Feldman MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2009 - 2010 Neonatal Fellow at Evanston Hospital and University of Chicago
 
Clinical/Research Fellows
Nandini Arul, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2006 - 2007 Fellow Scholarship Oversight Committee, Neonatal
Eric Kroner, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2007 - 2009 Fellow Scholarship Oversight Committee, Emergency Medicine
Anbu Muthusamy, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2008 - 2010 Fellow Scholarship Oversight Committee, Neonatal
Samip Kothari, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2009 - 2011 Fellow Scholarship Oversight Committee, Neonatal; Mentor
Nga Dinh, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2010 - 2012 Fellow Scholarship Oversight Committee, Neonatal
Janissa Muller, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2011 - 2013 Fellow Scholarship Oversight Committee, Neonatal; Mentor
 

EXTRAMURAL STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS, AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Graduate Students
MS Students Advised
Maria R. Reyes RNC, MSN CNP, University of Illinois, Chicago, 03/2007 - 11/2008
 

PROGRAMMATIC DEVELOPMENTS:
Educational Programs
Faculty
1996 - Present Fetal & Neonatal Palliative Care Coordination
09/2000 - Present Fetal Concerns Program/Fetal Concerns Center, Medical Director until 2010, now Neonatal Executive Committee Member
2000 - 2009 Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Ethics Advisory Committee Program on Community Education
2009 Task Force, Team member in Development of a Bioethics Pathway for fellows for the Joint Fellowship at CHW
2010 - 2012 Whole Genome Sequencing Committee for CHW
 
 
 
 

COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
07/1998 - Present March of Dimes, Board Member of local chapter
09/1998 - 2006 Programs Committee, March of Dimes local chapter
09/2000 - 2005 Grant review committee, March of Dimes local chapter
12/2000 - 2003 Milwaukee Coalition on Death and Dying
2000 - 2008 Coach, Whitefish Bay Little League Baseball
2000 - 2005 Coach, youth basketball, Whitefish Bay Recreation Dept
2000 - 2004 Coach, youth soccer, Milwaukee Kickers
2001 Presented Opinion Summary of AB579 and SB290, Birth and Developmental Outcome Monitoring Program, to State Legislative Committee
03/2002 Sponsor of DNR Bracelets for Children Resolution to State Medical Society House of Delegates, as Wisconsin Chapter, AAP Bioethics Committee Chair
10/2002 Member, Trends and Factors in Disparity and Prematurity Workgroup, for Healthy Babies in Wisconsin: A Call to Action Conference scheduled for 2003. A state perinatal summit sponsored by Wisconsin Division of Public Health- Maternal and Child Health Program
01/2003 - 09/2005 State Chairman of The Prematurity Campaign, March of Dimes Went to National Voluntary Leadership Conference in Wash D.C. (10/16-18/03) and lobbied on Capital Hill for prematurity bills. Led the Wisconsin Volunteer Leadership Conference in Wisconsin Dells (11/14/03). Main speaker and small group leader.
2008 - 2011 Manager, Whitefish Bay Select Soccer team
 

LEADERSHIP TRAINING:
2006 - Present 2006 Physician Leadership Academy Invited participant to a 15 hour intensive course on leadership skills put on by Waukesha Memorial/ProHealth Care for their physician leaders


BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Michelassi F, Leuthner SR, Lubienski M, Bostwick D, Rodgers J, Handcock M, Block GE. Ras oncogene p21 levels parallel malignant potential of different human colonic benign conditions. Archives of Surgery 122(12):1414-6, 1987.
2. Leuthner SR, Jansen RD, Hageman JR,: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of the Newborn: an update. Pediatr Cl N Amer 41(5):893-907, 1994.
3. Leuthner SR, Heilicser B. Point/Counterpoint: Should a bioethics consultant assume the care of a patient when the attending physician refuses to honor the request of the patient's surrogate, who recommends that life-sustaining treatment be withdrawn? Yes. HEC Forum, 11(4): Winter, 1999.
4. Leuthner SR, Pierucci RL. Experience with Neonatal Palliative Care Consultation at the Medical College of Wisconsin-Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Journal of Palliative Medicine. Spring 2001; 4(1):39-47.
5. Leuthner SR. Decisions Regarding Resuscitation of the Extremely Premature Infant and Models of Best Interest. Journal of Perinatology. 2001; 21:193-198
6. Pierucci RL, Kirby RS. Leuthner SR. End-of-life care for neonates and infants; the experience and effects of a palliative care consultation service. Pediatrics 2001;108: 653-60.
7. White GB, Leuthner SR. Infertility Treatment and Neonatal Care: The Ethical Obligation to Transcend Specialty Practice in the Interest of Reducing Multiple Births. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2001; 12(3): 223-230.
8. Leuthner, SR. Ethical Challenges in the Care of the Shaken Baby. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 2001; 5(1): 341-347.
9. Carter BS, Leuthner SR. Decision Making and Communication in the NICU: Strategies, Statistics, and Satisficing. Bioethics Forum 2002;18(3/4):7-15.
10. Leuthner SR, Bolger M, Frommelt M, Nelson RM. The Impact of Abnormal Fetal Echocardiography on Expectant Parents' Experience of Pregnancy - A Pilot Study. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003; 24(2): 121-129.
11. Lifchez CA, Rhead WJ, Leuthner SR, Lubinsky MS. Genitopatellar Syndrome: Expanding the Phenotype. American Journal of Medical Genetics 2003:122A:80-83.
12. Carter BS, Leuthner SR. The Ethics of Withholding/Withdrawing Nutrition in the Newborn. Seminars in Perinatology 2003;27(6):480-487.
13. Leuthner SR, Boldt AM, Kirby RS. Where infants die: examination of place of death and hospice/home health care options in the state of Wisconsin. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2004;7(2):269-277
14. Leuthner SR. Palliative Care of the Infant with Lethal Anomalies. Pediatric Clinics of North America 2004; 15:747-759.
15. Leuthner SR. Covert Video Surveillence in Pediatric Care: The Fiduciary Relationship with Child. The Journal of Clinical Ethics 2004; 15(2): 173-175.
16. Leuthner SR, Das UG. Low Apgar Scores and the Definition of Birth Asphyxia. Pediatric Clinics of North America 2004; 15:737-745.
17. Das UG, Leuthner SR. Preparing the Neonate for Transport. Pediatric Clinics of North America. 2004; 15:581-598.
18. Leuthner SR. Fetal Palliative Care. Clinics in Perinatology; Current controversies in perinatal medicine IV. 2004; 31: 649-665.
19. Fallat ME, Deshpande JK; and the Section on Surgery, Section on Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, and the Committee on Bioethics. Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders for Pediatric Patients Who Require Anesthesia and Surgery. Pediatrics 2004;114:1686-1692.
20. Diekema DS and the Committee on Bioethics. Responding to Parental Refusals of Immunization of Children. Pediatrics 2005;115:1428-1431.
21. Trasande L, Cronk CE, Leuthner SR, Hewitt JB, Durkin MS, McElroy JA, Anderson HA, Landrigan PJ. The National Children's Study and the Children of Wisconsin. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2006;105(2):50-54.
22. Hewitt JB, Leuthner SR, Weiss M, Whelan D, Athey L, McElroy JA, Durkin MS, Cronk CE. The National Children's Study Waukesha County, Wisconsin Vanguard Center. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2006;105(2):55-58.
23. Lee KJ, Havens PL, Sato TT, Hoffman GM, Leuthner SR. Assent for Treatment: Clinician Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice. Pediatrics 2006; 118: 723 - 730.
24. Brosig CL, Pierucci R, Kupst MJ, Leuthner SR. Infant end-of-life care: the parents' perspective. Journal of Perinatology 2007; 27(8): 510-516.
25. Lang KR, Leuthner SR, Derse AR. Gavels in the Nursery: An Appellate Court Shuts Out Parents and Physicians From Care Decisions. Annals of Health Law 2007; 16(2): 263-290.
26. Leuthner SR, Lamberg-Jones E. The Fetal Concerns Program: A Model for Perinatal Palliative Care. MCN The American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing 2007; 32(5): 272-278.
27. Committee on Bioethics. Professionalism in Pediatrics: Statement of Principles. Pediatrics 2007;120(4):895-897.
28. Mary E. Fallat, Jacqueline Glover, and the Committee on Bioethics. Professionalism in Pediatrics. Pediatrics 2007; 120: e1123-e1133.
29. Brosig CL, Whitstone BN, Frommelt MA, Frisbee SJ, Leuthner SR. Psychological distress in parents of children with severe congenital heart disease: The impact of prenatal versus postnatal diagnosis. Journal of Perinatology 2007; 27(11):687-692.
30. Munson D, Leuthner SR. Palliative Care for the Family Carrying a Fetus with a Life-Limiting Diagnosis. Pediatric Clinics of North America. 2007; 54(5):787-798.
31. Marcia Levetown and the Committee on Bioethics. Communicating with Children and Families: From Everyday Interactions to Skill in Conveying Distressing Information Pediatrics 2008; 121: e1441-e1460.
32. Mary E. Fallat, John Hutter, the Committee on Bioethics, Section on Hematology/Oncology, and Section on Surgery. Preservation of Fertility in Pediatric and Adolescent Patients With Cancer. Pediatrics 2008; 121: e1461-e1469.
33. Ross LF, Thistlethwaite JR, and the Committee of Bioethics. Minors as Living Solid-Organ Donors. Pediatrics 2008;122:454-461.
34. Jadcherla SR, Vijayapal AS, Leuthner SR. Feeding Abilities in Neonates with Congenital Heart Disease: A Retrospective Study. Journal of Perinatology advance online publication. Sept 2008;1-7
35. Leuthner SR. Futility: Interpretation and Usefulness in Clinical Practice. Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine. Case Western Reserve University School of Law. 2008;18(2):245-259.
36. Douglas S. Diekema, Jeffrey R. Botkin and Committee on Bioethics. Forgoing medically provided nutrition and hydration in children. Pediatrics 2009;124;813-822.
37. Committee on Bioethics. Pediatrician-Family-Patient Relationships: Managing the Boundaries. Pediatrics 2009;124(6):1685-1688.
38. Committee on Bioethics. Policy Statement-Physician refusal to provide information or treatment on the basis of claims of conscience. Pediatrics 2009;124(6):1689-1693.
39. Verhagen AAE, Janvier A, Leuthner SR, Andrews B, Lagatta J, Bos AF, Meadow W. Categorizing neonatal deaths; a cross-cultural study in the USA, Canada and the Netherlands. J Pediatr 2010;156:33-7.
40. Jadcherla SR. Wang M. Vijayapal AS. Leuthner SR. Impact of prematurity and co-morbidities on feeding milestones in neonates: a retrospective study. Journal of Perinatology 2010;30(3):201-8.
41. Janvier A, Meadow W, Leuthner SR, Andrews B, Lagatta J, Bos A, Lane L, Verhagen AA. Whom are we comforting? An analysis of comfort medications delivered to dying neonates. J Pediatr 2011; Feb 24
42. Leuthner SR and Committee on Bioethics, Ralston S and ACOG. Maternal-Fetal Interventions and Fetal Care Centers. Pediatrics 2011:128:e473-e478.
43. Survey of neonatologists' attitudes toward limiting life-sustaining treatments in the neonatal intensive care unit. (Feltman DM, Du H, Leuthner SR) J Perinatol 2011 Dec 15:
44. Committee on Bioethics. Policy Statement - Children as hematopoietic stem cell donors. Pediatrics 2010;125(2):392-404
45. Murray RD, Antommaria AH, and the Council on School Health and Committee on Bioethics. Policy Statement - Honoring Do-Not-Resuscitate Requests in Schools. Pediatrics 2010;125(5):1073-1077
46. Davis DS and the Committee on Bioethics. Ritual genital cutting of female minors. Pediatrics 2010;125(5):1088-93
47. Committee opinion no. 501: Maternal-fetal intervention and fetal care centers. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Committee on Ethics; American Academy of Pediatrics. Committee on Bioethics. Obstetrics & Gynecology. 118(2 Pt 1):405-10, 2011
48. Muthusamy AD, Leuthner SR, Gaebler-Uhing C, Hoffman RG, Li SH, Basir MA. Supplemental Written Information Improves Prenatal Counseling: A Randomized Trial. Pediatrics 2012:129 (5)
49. Riesch SK, Ngui EM, Ehlert C, Miller MK, Cronk CA, Leuthner SR, Strehlow M, Hewitt JB, Durkin MS. Community outreach and engagement strategies from the Wisconsin Study Center of the National Children’s Study. Public Health Nursing. 2013;30(3):254-65
50. Javier A, Leuthner SR. Chronic Patients, Burdensome Interventions and the Vietnam Analogy. Acta Paediatr. 2013;102(7):669-70
51. Kutzsche S, Partridge JC, Leuthner SR, Lantos JD. When Life-Sustaining Treatment Is Withdrawn and the Patient Doesn't Die. Pediatrics. 2013;132(5):893-7
52. Spellecy R, Leuthner S, Farrell M. Risk, respect for persons, and informed consent in comparative effectiveness research. Am J Bioeth. 2013;13(12):46-8.
53. Nanes JA, Xia Y, Dassanayake RM, Jones RM, Li A, Stodgell CJ, Walker CK, Szabo S, Leuthner S, Durkin MS, Moye J, Miller RK, National Children’s Study Placenta Consortium. Selected Persistent Organic Pollutants in Human Placental Tissue from the United States. Chemosphere. 2014;106:20-7.
54. Leuthner SR. Borderline Viability: Controversies in Caring for the Extremely Premature Infant. Clinics in Perinatology. 2014; 41(4):799-814
55. Hayman WR, Leuthner SR, Laventhal NT, Brousseau DC, Lagatta JM (2015). Cost comparison of mechanically ventilated patients across the age span. Journal of Perinatology 00, 1-7. doi:10.1038/jp2015.131
56. Loomba RS, Geddes GC, Basel D, Benson DW, Leuthner SR, Hehir DA, Ghanayem N, Shillingford AJ. Bacteremia in Patients with Heterotaxy: A Review and Implications for Management. Congenit Heart Dis. 2016 Dec;11(6):537-547. doi: 10.1111/chd.12395.PMID: 27425254
57. Patel A, Leuthner SR, Kon A, Lantos JD. Ethics Rounds: Parental Refusal of Surgery in an Infant with Tricuspid Atresia. Pediatrics published online: Oct 7, 2016: 10.1542/peds.2008-1536)
58. Acharya K, Leuthner SR, Clark R, Nghiem-Rao TH;, Spitzer A, Lagatta J. Major anomalies and birth-weight influence NICU interventions and mortality in infants with trisomy 13 or 18. Journal of Perinatology. 2017 Apr;37(4):420-426. doi: 10.1038/jp.2016.245.
59. Bick D, Fraser PC, Gutzeit MF, Harris JM, Hambuch TM, Helbling DC, Jacob HJ, Kersten JN, Leuthner SR, May T, North PE, Prisco SZ, Schuler BA, Shimoyama M, Strong KA, Van Why SK, Veith R, Verbsky J, Weborg AM, Wilk BM, Willoughby RE, Worthey EA, Dimmock DP. Successful Application of Whole Genome Sequencing in a Medical Genetics Clinic. Journal of Pediatric Genetics. 2017 Jun;6(2):61-76. doi: 10.1055/s-0036-1593968
60. Acharya K, Lagatta J, Leuthner SR. Embracing Diagnostic Uncertainty. Pediatric Ethicscope. 2018; 31(1):5-9
61. Slutsman J, Dole N, Leuthner S, Schreiner, M. Implementing single IRB review of multisite research: Lessons learned from the National Children’s Study. IRB: Ethics & Human Research May-June 2018;40(3).
62. Winn P, Acharya K, Peterson E, Leuthner SR. Prenatal Counseling and Parental Decision-making Following a Fetal Diagnosis of Trisomy 13 or 18. Journal of Perinatology. 2018; 38(7):788-796. doi: 10.1038/s41372-018-0107-x. Epub 2018 May 8. PMID: 29740195 63. McAndrew S, Acharya K, Nghiem-Rao TH, Leuthner S, Clark R, Lagatta J. NICU
63. McAndrew S, Acharya K, Nghiem-Rao TH, Leuthner S, Clark R, Lagatta J. NICU management and outcomes of infants with trisomy 21 without major anomalies. Journal of Perinatology. 2018 Aug;38(8):1068-1073. doi: 10.1038/s41372-018-0136-5. Epub 2018 May 25. PMID: 29795453
64. Feltman DM, Fritz KA, Datta A, Carlos C, Hayslett D, Tonismae T, Lawrence C, Batton E, Coleman T, Jain M, Andrews B, Famuyide M, Tucker Edmonds B, Laventhal N, Leuthner S. Antenatal Periviability Counseling and Decision Making: A Retrospective Examination by the Investigating Neonatal Decisions for Extremely Early Deliveries Study Group. Am J Perinatol. 2020 Jan;37(2):184-195. doi: 10.1055/s-0039-1694792. Epub 2019 Aug 22. PMID: 31437859
65. Pizur-Barnekow K, Kim UO, Ahamed SI, Hasan KK, Dreier S, Leuthner SR, Rau N, Basir MA. Giving Voice to Parents in the Development of the Preemie Prep for Parents (P3) Mobile App. Adv Neonatal Care. 2020 Feb;20(1):E9-E16. doi: 10.1097/ANC.0000000000000669. PMID: 31567181
66. Fry JT, Matoba N, Datta A, DiGeronimo R, Coghill CH, Natarajan G, Brozanki B, Leuthner SR, Niehaus JZ, Schlegel AB, Shah A, Zaniletti I, Bartman T, Murthy K, Sullivan KM. on behalf of the Children’s Hospital Neonatal Consortium (CHNC). Center, gestational age, and race impact end-of-life care practices at regional NICUs. J Pediatr. 2020 Feb;217:86-91.e1. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2019.10.039. Epub 2019 Dec 9. PMID: 31831163
67. Swearingen C, Colvin ZA, Leuthner SR. Nonimmune Hydrops Fetalis. Clin Perinatol. 2020 Mar;47(1):105-121. doi: 10.1016/j.clp.2019.10.001. Epub 2019 Oct 7. Review. PMID: 32000919
68. Baker A, Lagatta J, Leuthner S, Acharya K. Does prenatal counseling for pregnancies complicated by multiple fetal abnormalities concord with postnatal outcomes? Prenat Diagn. 2020 Jan 8. doi: 10.1002/pd.5636. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 31913526
69. Leuthner SR, Acharya K. Perinatal Counseling Following a Diagnosis of Trisomy 13 or 18: Incorporating the Facts, Parental Values, and Maintaining Choices. Adv Neonatal Care. 2020 Jan 28. doi: 10.1097/ANC.0000000000000704. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 31996562
70. Tonismae TR, Tucker Edmonds B, Bhamidipalli SS, Fadel WF, Carlos C, Andrews B, Fritz KA, Leuthner SR, Lawrence C, Laventhal N, Hayslett D, Coleman T, Famuyide M, Feltman D. Intention to Treat: Obstetrical Management at the Threshold of Viability. Am J Obstet Gynecol MFM 2020 May;2(2):100096 PubMed ID 33345962
71. Lawrence C, Laventhal N, Fritz KA, Carlos C, Famuyide M, Tonismae T, Hayslett D, Coleman T, Jain M, Tucker Edmonds B, Leuthner S, Andrews B, Feltman DM. Ethical Cultures in Perinatal Care: Do They Exist? Correlation of Provider Attitudes with Periviability Practices at 6 Centers. American Journal of Perinatology. Accepted for publication February 25, 2020.
72. Coney T, Russell R, Leuthner SR, Palatnik A. Maternal outcomes of ongoing pregnancies complicated by fetal life-limiting conditions. Am J Perinatol 2020 Jul 09 PubMed ID 32645723
73. McKechnie A, Johnson KA, Baker MJ, Docherty SL, Leuthner SR, Thoyre S. Adaptive leadership in parents caring for their children born with life-threatening conditions. Journal of Pediatric Nursing 2020 Jul - Aug;53:41-51 PubMed ID 32438191 Scopus ID 2-s2.0-85084676969
74. McKechnie A, Erickson K, Ambrose MB, Chen S, Miller SJ, Mathiason MA, Johnson KA, Leuthner SR. Development and testing of a self-report measure of preparing to parent in the context of a fetal anomaly diagnosis. Patient Educ Couns (2020), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2020.08.017
75. Acharya K, Leuthner SR, Zaniletti I, Niehaus JZ, Bishop CE, Coghill CH, Datta A, Dereeddy N, DiGeronimo R, Jackson L, Ling CY, Matoba N, Natarajan G, Nayak SP, Schlegel AB, Seale J, Shah A, Weiner J, Williams HO, Wojcik MH, Fry JT, Sullivan K. Medical and surgical interventions and outcomes for infants with trisomy 18 (T18) and trisomy 13 (T13) at children’s hospitals neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). J Perinatol 2021, Jul 10;41(7):1745-1754. Epub 2021 Jun10. PMID: 34112961
76. McDonnell S, Yan K, Kim UO, Flynn KE, Liegl MN, Leuthner SR, McIntosh JJ, Basir MA. Information Order for periviable counseling: does it make a difference? J Perinatol 2021Aug;235:100-106.e1. doi: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2021.03.058. PMID: 33811868
77. Saoud R, Locke D, Fry JT, Matoba N, Datta A, DiGeronimo, Leuthner SR, Coghill CH, Natarajan G, Niehaus JZ, Schlegel AB, Weiner J, Dereddy N, Shah A, Sullivan KM, Children’s Hospitals Neonatal Consortium (CHNC). Withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration: a survey of level IV neonatal intensive care units. J Perinatol 2021. PMID: 33758396
 
Books, Chapters, and Reviews
1. Elliott SJ, Leuthner SR. Anatomy and Development of the Lung. Contemporary Diagnosis and Management of Neonatal Respiratory Diseases, second edition. Hansen TN, Cooper TR, Weisman LE. 1998.
2. Recommendations of the Prenatal Testing Committee, Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care. Laboratory Testing During Pregnancy. 2nd Ed, 2000, 3rd Ed 2006, 4th Ed 2011
3. Leuthner, SR. Ethical Challenges in the Care of the Shaken Baby. In The Multidisciplinary Approach to the Shaken Baby. Lazoritz S and Palusci VJ, ed. The Hawthorn Press, Inc. 2001.
4. Toce SS, Leuthner SR, Dokken DL, Carter BS, Catlin A. The High Risk Newborn. In Palliative Care for Infants, Children, and Adolescents: A Practical Handbook. Carter BS, Levetown M, ed. Johns Hopkins University Press 2004; 247- 272.
5. Leuthner SR, Carter BS. Artificial Hydration and Nutrition in the Neonate In Perinatal Nutrition: Optimizing Infant Health and Development. Bhatia J, ed. Marcel Dekker 2005; 347- 362.
6. Leuthner SR. Fetal Intervention and Fetal Care Centers. In Clinical Ethics in Pediatrics: A Case-Based Textbook. Diekema DS, Mercurio MR, Adam MB, eds. Cambridge University Press 2011; 57-62.
7. Toce SS, Leuthner SR, Dokken DL, Catlin AJ, Brown J, Carter BS. Palliative Care in the Neonatal-Perinatal Period. In Palliative Care for Infants, Children, and Adolescents: A Practical Handbook. Second Edition. Carter BS, Levetown M, Friebert SE, ed. Johns Hopkins University Press 2011; 345-386.
8. Leuthner SR. Ethical Issues In Managing Fetal and Neonatal Cardiac Lesions. In Perinatal Cardiology: A Multidisciplinary Approach. P. Syamasundar Rao and Dharmapuri Vidyasagar, MDed. Cardiotext Publishing, LLC. 2015: Chapter 7.
9. Leuthner SR, McKechnie AC. A Neonatologist’s Guided Participation with Parents of an Infant with Trisomy 18. In Guided Participation in Pediatric Nursing Practice: Relationship-Based Teaching and Learning with parents, Children, and Adolescents. Pridham KF, Limbo R, Schroeder MM, Ed. Springer Publishing Company, LLC 2018: Chapter 20; 355-370
10. Leuthner SR, Lamberg-Jones E. Neonatal and Perinatal Palliative Care Services and Programs. In Handbook of Perinatal and Neonatal Palliative Care: A Guide for Nurses, Physicians, and Other Health Professionals. Limbo R, Wool C, and Carter BS, Ed. Springer Publishing Company, LLC 2020: Chapter 2; 19-33.
11. Leuthner SR, Boss RD, Carter BS. Communicating Devastating News. In Handbook of Perinatal and Neonatal Palliative Care: A Guide for Nurses, Physicians, and Other Health Professionals. Limbo R, Wool C, and Carter BS, Ed. Springer Publishing Company, LLC 2020: Chapter 8; 118-131.
12. Kukora SK, Leuthner SR. The Neonatologist’s Role in Prenatal Counseling. In Perinatal Palliative Care – A Clinical Guide. Denney-Koelsch EM and Cote-Arsenault D, Ed. Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020. pp129-154. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-34751-2_7
13. Lamberg Jones E, Leuthner SR. Interdisciplinary Perinatal Palliative Care Coordination, Birth Planning, and Support of the Team. In Perinatal Palliative Care – A Clinical Guide. Denney-Koelsch EM and Cote-Arsenault D, Ed. Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020. Pp 333-355. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-34751-2_15
14. Denney-Koelsch EM, Kobler K, Kirch RA, Leuthner SR, Kavanaugh K, Cote-Arsenault D. Advancing the Field of Perinatal Palliative Care: Needs and Strategies. In Perinatal Palliative Care – A Clinical Guide. Denney-Koelsch EM and Cote-Arsenault D, Ed. Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020. pp 405-427 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-34751-2_18
 
Editorials, Letters to Editor, Other
1. Leuthner SR, Winkelstein P, Orentlicher, D. "Which Baby Should Live? The Separating of Conjoined Twins," Health Insider, Live Event Guest, WebMD, 12/14/2000.
2. Leuthner SR Review of Perinatal Substance Abuse and Human Subjects Research: Are Privacy Protections Adequate?, by MF Marshall, J Menikoff, LM Paltrow in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews, issue editor Robert M Nelson. 2003;9(1):54-59.
 
Non-Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. Catlin AJ, Leuthner SR. New videos discuss ethical dilemmas in neonatal intensive care. Pediatric Nursing 2000; 26(2):193-4.
2. Prenatal Testing Committee. Laboratory Testing During Pregnancy 2nd Edition: Recommendations of the WAPC prenatal testing committee. Wisconsin Association of Perinatal Care. Madison, WI. 2000. (3rd Ed 2006, 4th Ed. 2011)
3. Leuthner SR, Lorenz JM CLINICAL CASE. Can Rule-Based Ethics Help in the NICU? Virtual Mentor, American Medical Association Journal of Ethics. October 2008, Volume 10, Number 10: 625-634.
4. Leuthner SR. Comments on Talati’s Essay on Palliation as innovation. AAP Section on Bioethics Newsletter. Spring 2014. Pg 22.
5. Acharya K, Lagatta J, Leuthner SR. Major Anomalies, NICU Interventions and Survival in Infants with Trisomy 13 or 18. AAP Section on Bioethics Newsletter. Fall 2015.
 
Abstracts
1. Leuthner SR, Flozak AS, Simmons RA: Regulation of glucose transport and Glut-1 expression by cAMP in fetal rat lung. Clin Res 40(3): 677A, 1992. Presented at the Plenary Session of the Midwest Society for Pediatric Research, Chicago, IL, Nov. 4, 1992.
2. Leuthner SR, Flozak AS, Simmons RA: Regulation of glucose transport and Glut-1 expression by cAMP in fetal rat lung. Pediatr Res 33(4, Part II): 334A, 1993. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, Washington, DC, May 1993.
3. Leuthner SR, Flozak AS, Simmons RA: Regulation of Glut-1 gene expression by cAMP in fetal rat brain. Pediatr Res 35(4): 382A, 1994. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research, Seattle, WA, May, 1994.
4. Leuthner SR, Pierucci RL: Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care Consultation for the Neonate in an NICU. Pediatr Res 43(4): 160A, 1998.
5. Pierucci RL, Kirby R, Leuthner SR: End-of-Life Care for Infants and the Effects of Palliative Care Consultation. Pediatr Res 47(4): 2518A, 2000. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Pediatric Research. Boston, MA
6. Leuthner SR, Kirby R, Chevako J. Hospice and Home Healthcare Agency Utilization for Infant Deaths in the State of Wisconsin. Pediatr Res 51(4): 2396A, 2002
7. Leuthner SR, Wigton T, Brown AM, Sweeney B, Sato T, Aiken J. Timing and Location of Delivery of the Fetus with Gastroschisis. Pediatr Res 53(4): 2184A, 2003
8. Taylor L, Leuthner SR. Experiences of Prenatal Palliative Care Consultation. Pediatr Res 55(4): 3172A, 2004
9. Lee KJ, Leuthner SR. Pediatric Assent - Clinician Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice. Pediatr Res 55(4): 314A, 2004
10. Moran RB, Warner TD, Montman RA, Leuthner SR, Ohls RK Anticipatory Grief in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. Pediatr Res 2005: 57: 3412A
11. Taylor L, Scott S, Leuthner SR. Experiences of Prenatal Palliative Care Consultation. Journal of Palliative Medicine 8(1): 732A, 2005
12. Lang K, Derse A, Leuthner SR. The Law Fails its Children When it Mandates Medical Treatment without Regard for Ethical Decision-Making; An Analysis of Montalvo v. Borkovec 647 N.W.2d 413 (Wis. App. 2002) Pediatr Res 2006
13. Leuthner SR The Fallacy of the Emergency Exception in the Delivery Room Pediatr Res 2006
14. Banfield M, Wigton T, Leuthner S, Calkins C. Gestational age at delivery and outcomes of fetuses with gastroschisis. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006; 195(6).
15. TH Darrah, ME Campbell, AL Rinderknecht, CJ Stodgell, CK Walker, S Szabo, S Leuthner, RK Miller. Validation of ICP-MS for the quantitative analysis of traditional and emergine environmental toxic and nutritional metals in human placenta from the National Children’s Study. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:384, 2012.
16. RMAP S Dassanayake, J Nanes, Y Xia, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, AL Rinderknecht, S Szabo, S Leuthner, CK Walker, A Li. Persistent and Bioaccumulative Environmental Organic Pollutants in Human Placenta: National Children’s Study Placental Pilot Study. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:386, 2012.
17. PT Getreuer, CM Salafia, A Shalakhter, YY Li, D Misra, j Dalton, D Misra, PJ Katzman, LI Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, J Culhane S Wadlinger, M Pacholski, MA Kent, L Green, R Wapner, C Torres, J Perou, S Leuthner, L Littman, J Gilbert, C Lendor, S Allen, K Mantilla, N Thiex, K Gutzman, A Martin, B Specker, J Swanson, C Holliday, J Butler, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, C Bell, EB Clark, MW Varner, E Taggart, J Billy, J Anderson, S Stradling, J Leavitt, W Bell, S Waterfall, B O’Brien, M Layton, D Todd, K Wilson, MS Durkin, M-N Sandoval. The Chorionic Surface Vascular Network in Human Placentae: What can be Measured and Does It Matter? Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:377, 2012.
18. T Girardi, CM Salafia, YY Li, J Dalton, D Misra, PJ Katzman, LI Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, J Culhane S Wadlinger, M Pacholski, MA Kent, L Green, R Wapner, C Torres, J Perou, S Leuthner, L Littman, J Gilbert, C Lendor, S Allen, K Mantilla, N Thiex, K Gutzman, A Martin, B Specker, J Swanson, C Holliday, J Butler, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, C Bell, EB Clark, MW Varner, E Taggart, J Billy, J Anderson, S Stradling, J Leavitt, W Bell, S Waterfall, B O’Brien, M Layton, D Todd, K Wilson, MS Durkin, M-N Sandoval. How to Slice the Placental Disk - One-Protocol-Fits-All or a Specimen-Specific Approach? Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:376, 2012.
19. LL Hoffman, JD Lapek, RK Miller, AL Rinderknecht, CJ Stodgell, LL Ruffolo, CK Walker, S Szabo, S Leuthner, AE Friedman. Bisphenol-A: Ultra-Sensitive Detection by MRM LC-MS/MS in Human Placentae from the National Children’s Study. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:384, 2012.
20. L Lambertini, S Teitelbaum, Y Ma, L Littman, P Landrigan, CJ Stodgell, RK Miller, L Salamone, C Marsit, CK Walker, S Szabo, S Leuthner, J Chen. Lab Experience: Measuring Genomic Imprinting Status and MicroRNA Expression in Human Placentas of the National Children’s Study (NCS). Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:382, 2012.
21. YY Li, CM Salafia, PT Getreuer, D Misra, PJ Katzman, LI Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, J Culhane S Wadlinger, M Pacholski, MA Kent, L Green, R Wapner, C Torres, J Perou, S Leuthner, L Littman, J Gilbert, C Lendor, S Allen, K Mantilla, N Thiex, K Gutzman, A Martin, B Specker, J Swanson, C Holliday, J Butler, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, C Bell, EB Clark, MW Varner, E Taggart, J Billy, J Anderson, S Stradling, J Leavitt, W Bell, S Waterfall, B O’Brien, M Layton, D Todd, K Wilson, MS Durkin, M-N Sandoval. Fresh Versus Formalin Fixed Human Placentae: Does Preservation Affect Chorionic Plate Measures? Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:377, 2012.
22. RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, PJ Katzman, A Friedman, AL Rinderknecht, L Hoffman, L Salamone, LI Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, P Weidenborner, K Aagaard-Tillery, J Culhane S Wadlinger, M Pacholski, MAKent, L Green, R Wapner, C Torres, J Perou, S Leuthner, S Szabo, P Landrigan, J Chen, L Lambertini, L Littman, P Sheffield, A Golden, J Gilbert, C Lendor, S Allen, K Mantilla, Y Ma, CM Salafia, JL Dalton, D Misra, N Thiex, K Gutzman, A Martin, B Specker, CK Walker, J Swanson, C Holliday, J Butler, A LI, RMAP S Dassanayake, J Nanes, Y Xia, JC Murray, TD Busch, J Rigdon, TH Darrah, E Campbell, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, C Bell, EB Clark, MW Varner, E Taggart, J Billy, S Stradling, J Leavitt, W Bell, S Waterfall, B O’Brien, M Layton, D Todd, K Wilson, MS Durkin, M-N Sandoval. Field Experience: Use of the Human Placenta as a Biomarker for Environmental Exposures, Epigenetic and Morphological Assessments in the National Children’s Study (NCS), Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:383, 2012
23. D Misra, CM Salafia, PT Getreuer, YY Li, PJ Katzman, LI Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, J Culhane S Wadlinger, M Pacholski, MA Kent, L Green, R Wapner, C Torres, J Perou, S Leuthner, L Littman, J Gilbert, C Lendor, S Allen, K Mantilla, N Thiex, K Gutzman, A Martin, B Specker, J Swanson, C Holliday, J Butler, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, C Bell, EB Clark, MW Varner, E Taggart, J Billy, J Anderson, S Stradling, J Leavitt, W Bell, S Waterfall, B O’Brien, M Layton, D Todd, K Wilson, MS Durkin, M-N Sandoval Cost-Effective, Reproducible, and Reliable Automated Diagnosis of Intraamniotic Infection for Population Based Research from Placentae in the National Children’s Study. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:388, 2012.
24. CM Salafia, T Girardi, JL Dalton, D Misra, PJ Katzman, LI Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, J Culhane S Wadlinger, M Pacholski, MA Kent, L Green, R Wapner, C Torres, J Perou, S Leuthner, L Littman, J Gilbert, C Lendor, S Allen, K Mantilla, N Thiex, K Gutzman, A Martin, B Specker, J Swanson, C Holliday, J Butler, N Dole, J Thorp, B Eucker, C Bell, EB Clark, MW Varner, E Taggart, J Billy, J Anderson, S Stradling, J Leavitt, W Bell, S Waterfall, B O’Brien, M Layton, D Todd, K Wilson, MS Durkin, M-N Sandoval. Measuring Placentas: A Comparison of the National Collaborative Perinatal Project and the National Childrens’ Study, 50 Years of Progress. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:387, 2012.
25. CJ Stodgell, RK Miller, A Penmetsa, L Ruffolo, T Busch, J Rigdon, C Walker, S Szabo, S Leuthner, JC Murray. Gene Expression In the Human Placenta As a Function of Time: A National Children’s Study Formative Research Project. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:381, 2012.
26. MA Suter, RA Harris, RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, AL Rinderknecht, J Swanson, CK Walker, S Szabo, S Leuthner, KM Aagaard-Tillery. Next Generation Epigenomics and Transcriptomics In the National Children’s Study (NCS). Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 94:382, 2012.
27. Salafia, C, D Misra, C Stodgell, P. Katzman, L. Ruffolo, J Culhane, S Wadlinger, R. Wapner, C. Torres, P. Landrigan, L. Littman, P Sheffield, S Leuthner, S Szabo, N Thieux, B. Specker, J Swanson, RK Miller, J Moye, M Durkin. The Majority of Variance in Birthweight relative to Placental Weight (as Beta = LN(PW)/LN(BW) is accounted for by detailed novel placental measures: Implications for Fetal Origins. Placenta 34: A14, 2013.
28. Salafia, CM, Dalton, JL, Misra, D, Stodgell, CJ, Katzman, PJ, Ruffolo, LI, Culhane, J, Wadlinger, S, Torres,C, Landrigan, P, Littman, L, Sheffield, P, Leuthner, S, Szabo, S, Thiex, N, Specker, B, Swanson, J, Dole, N, Thorp, J, Eucker, B, Clark, EB, Varner, MW, Taggart, E, Durking, MS, Sandoval, M-N, Moye, J, Miller, RK. The Chorionic Surface Vascular Network in Human Placenta: Quantifying Structure to Estimate Gestation Stressors and Life Course Risks, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) As a Model for Future Analyses: National Children’s Study and EARLI. Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 97:333, 2013.
29. Hayman W, Leuthner SR, Lagatta J (2013). Cost Comparisons of Mechanical Ventilation across the Age Span. Pediatric Academic Societies Platform Session 1645.5.
30. Miller, RK, Stodgell, CJ, Katzman, PJ, Friedman, AE, Friedman, MR, Salamone, L, Ruffolo, L, Jamerson, D, Weidenborner, P, Aagaard-Tillery, K, Culhane, J, Wadlinger, S, Pacholski, M, Kent, MA, Green, L, Wapner, R, Torres, C, Perou, J, Leuthner, S, Szabo, S, Landrigan, P, Chen, J, Lambertini, L, Littman, L, Sheffield, P, Golden, A, Gilbert, J, Lendor, C, Allen, S, Schadt, E, Dudley, J, Salafia, C, Dalton, J, Misra, D, Thiex, N, Specker, B, Walker, CK, Swanson, J, Holliday, C, Butler, J, Li, A, Dassanayake, RMAPS, Nanes, J, Xia, Y, Murray, JC, Busch, TH, Rigdon, J, Darrah, TH, Campbell, E, Dole, N, Thorp, J, Eucker, B, Clark, EB, Varner, M, Taggart, E, Billy, J, Stradling, S, Leavitt, J, Bell, W, Waterfall, S, O’Brien, B, Layton, M, Todd, D, Kasten, C, Moye, J. Use of the Human Placenta as a Biomarker for Environmental Exposures, Clinical, Genetics/Epigenetics, Morphology and Systems Biology Assessments in the National Children’s Study (NCS). Birth Defects Research Part A Clinical and Molecular Teratology 97:330-331, 2013.
31. RK Miller, CJ Stodgell, P Katzman, A Friedman, M Friedman, C Salafia, J Chen, EE Schadt, K Hao, L Lambertini, L Littman, P Sheffield, P Landrigan, C Walker, T Darrah, A Li, S Dassayake, S Szabo, K Aagaard, C Hobbs, EB Clark, M Varner, N Dole, J Culhane, J Swanson, N Thiex, J Murray, T Busch, D Misra, J Moye, C Kasten, B O’Brien, National Children’s Study Placenta Consortium. Human Placental Study of Genetics/Genomics, Environmental Contaminant and Morphology Assessments From 12 US Counties – Methods and Results from the US National Children’s Study (NCS). Placenta 35:A2, 2014
32. PJ Katzman, C Salafia, L Ruffolo, A Penmetsa, CJ. Stodgell, J Moye, B O’Brien, RK Miller1, National Children’s Study Placenta Consortium. Central Placenta Processing to Optimize Multicenter Collection, Analysis, and Storage of Human Placental Tissue in the National Children’s Study (NCS), Placenta 35:A74, 2014.
 
Database, Video, or Other Research/Clinical Contributions
1. Neonatal Transport Video (03/1998) Participated in writing, acting, speaking on neonatal transports. Video for parental and hospital education about what happens to their child prior to, during and after transport to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. See Educator's Portfolio for examples of teaching