- Fellowship - Duke University Hospital (2013-2016), Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
- Residency - Duke University Hospital (2010-2013), Pediatric Residency
- Medical School - University of New Mexico School of Medicine (2006-2010), Medicine
Dr. McMichael earned her medical degree at University of New Mexico in 2010. She completed pediatric residency and critical care fellowship training at Duke University in 2016. She currently attends in the pediatric intensive care unit after joining the UT Southwestern faculty as Assistant Professor in 2016. Her research interests include anticoagulation during ECMO and high-fidelity simulation.
In 2019 and 2020, Dr. McMichael was named a Texas Monthly Super Doctor Rising Star.
- American Academy of Pediatrics (2010)
- Society of Critical Care Medicine (2013)
- Texas Monthly Super Doctors, Rising Star 2020
- Texas Monthly Super Doctors, Rising Star 2019
- Deborah W. Kredich Award, The Resident Most Influential in Our Training 2013, Duke University Medical Center
- Karen Frush Pediatric Emergency Medicine Award 2013, Duke University Medical Center
- PICU Award 2012, Duke University Medical Center
- Medical Student Teaching Award 2011-2012, Duke University Medical Center
- Dr. William Bell Award 2011, Duke University Medical Center
Acute upper-airway obstruction by a lingual thyroglossal duct cyst and implications for advanced airway management.
Zimmerman KO, Hupp SR, Bourguet-Vincent A, Bressler EA, Raynor EM, Turner DA, Rehder KJ Respiratory care 2014 Jul 59 7 e98-e102
Anticoagulation and Monitoring in Pediatric Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation.
Weller J, Raman L, McMichael A The Egyptian Journal of Critical Care Medicine 2018 3 19 69-71
- Acute upper-airway obstruction by a lingual thyroglossal duct cyst and implications for advanced airway management.
- Quality improvement and education
- Emergency response systems
- Anticoagulation during extracorporeal membranous oxygenation