- Medical School - Baylor College of Medicine (1986-1990)
- Internship - Baylor College of Medicine (1990-1991), Pediatrics
- Residency - Baylor College of Medicine (1991-1993), Pediatrics
- Fellowship - National Jewish Center (1993-1996), Immunology & Respiratory Disease
- Fellowship - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (1993-1996), Pediatric Pulmonology
Andrew Gelfand, M.D.
Chief, Division of Pediatric Respiratory Medicine
- Pediatrics - Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine
- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
Andrew Gelfand, M.D., is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Chief of the Division of Pediatric Respiratory Medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He specializes in asthma, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, and chronic ventilation in children.
Dr. Gelfand earned his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine, where he also completed a residency in pediatrics. He received advanced training in pediatric pulmonology through a fellowship at the National Jewish Center and University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
Certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, he joined the UT Southwestern faculty in 2009.
Dr. Gelfand’s main interests are in clinical medicine and in education, and he occasionally co-authors articles pertaining to pediatric pulmonology. He’s a member of several professional organizations, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Medical Association, and the American Thoracic Society.
Dr. Gelfand has been named a D Magazine Best Doctor every year since the publication began its list, as well as a Texas Monthly Super Doctor every year since 2008.
- American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
- American Medical Association
- American Thoracic Society
- Dallas County Medical Society
- Society of Critical Care Medicine
- D Magazine Best Pediatric Specialist, 2002-2015, 2020-2021
- Best Pediatric Doctors in Dallas 2002-2020, D Magazine
- Best Super Doctors 2008-2020, Texas Monthly
- Best Doctors in America, 2003, 2007, 2015, 2016-2018
- Best Doctors in Dallas, 2010-2013, 2015-2020, D Magazine
- Mom-Approved Docs 2016-2018, DFW Child
- Outstanding Community Practitioner, 1998-2001, 2006, Children's Medical Center Dallas
- Top Doctors 2018, US News & World Report/Castle Connolly
Expanding the phenotype of congenital central hypoventilation syndrome impacts management decisions.
Byers HM, Chen M, Gelfand AS, Ong B, Jendras M, Glass IA American journal of medical genetics. Part A 2018 Apr
Palivizumab prophylaxis of respiratory syncytial virus disease in 2000-2001: results from The Palivizumab Outcomes Registry.
Parnes C, Guillermin J, Habersang R, Nicholes P, Chawla V, Kelly T, Fishbein J, McRae P, Goessler M, Gatti A, Calcagno JA, Eki C, Harris KA, Joyave J, McFarland K, Protter P, Sullivan M, Stanford A, Lovett N, Ortiz M, Rojas S, Cyrus S, Cyrus J, Cohen S, Buchin D, Riordan L, Zuniga M, Shah R, Minard C, Quintin A, Douglas G, van Houten J, Freutner S, Chartrand S, Nowatzke P, Romero J, Rhodes T, Benoit M, Walter E, Walker L, DeBonnett L, Cross M, Free T, Martin S, Shank K, Guedes B, Atkinson LA, Halpin GJ, Rouse K, Hand I, Geiss D, Marshall JR, Burleson L, Boland J, Seybold K, Hunter V, Unfer S, Schmucker J, Gley M, Marcus M, Thompson P, Milla P, Young C, Zanni R, Zinno V, Fetter-Zarzeka A, Busey A, Sokunbi MA, Airington S, Richard N, Muraligopal V, Lewis S, Weber FT, Giordano BP, Linehan D, Roach J, Davis R, Rzepka AA, Booth T, Smeltzer D, Walsh J, Arispe E, Rowley R, Bolling C, Botts T, Haskett K, Raby D, Batiz E, Gelfand A, Farrell L, Butler S, Colby L, Schochet P, Bentler J, Hirsch D, Wilkinson L, Aaronson A, Bennett E, Wingate J, Quinn D, Komendowski K, Deckard M, Frogel M, Nerwen C, Copenhaver S, Prater M, Wolsztein J, Mackey K, Benbow M, Naranjo M, Hensley S, Hayes C, Sadeghi H, Lawson SM, McCall M, Combs K, Ledbetter J, Sarnosky K, Swafford C, Speer M, Barton WJ, Mink JW, Lemm D, Hudak M, Case E, Rowen J, Fuentes S, Pane C, Richardson L, Chavarria C, Cassino D, Ghaffari K, Carroll C, Lee H, Guclu L, Johnson C, Blum V, Boron ML, Sorrentino M, Hirsch RL, Van Veldhuisen PC, Smith C Pediatric pulmonology 2003 Jun 35 6 484-9
Human respiratory syncytial virus produces prolonged alterations of neural control in airways of developing ferrets.
Colasurdo GN, Hemming VG, Prince GA, Gelfand AS, Loader JE, Larsen GL American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 1998 May 157 5 Pt 1 1506-11
Effect of aspiration of milk on mechanisms of neural control in the airways of developing rabbits.
Gelfand AS, Larsen GL, Loader JE, Graves JP, Fan LL, Colasurdo GN Pediatric pulmonology 1997 Mar 23 3 198-204
Active intestinal chloride secretion in human carriers of cystic fibrosis mutations: an evaluation of the hypothesis that heterozygotes have subnormal active intestinal chloride secretion.
Högenauer C, Santa Ana CA, Porter JL, Millard M, Gelfand A, Rosenblatt RL, Prestidge CB, Fordtran JS American journal of human genetics 2000 Dec 67 6 1422-7
- Expanding the phenotype of congenital central hypoventilation syndrome impacts management decisions.
- Cystic fibrosis
- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
- Chronic ventilation in children
- General Pulmonology
Dr. Andrew Gelfand
Dr. Gelfand talks about his approach to patient care.