- Residency - Children's Health Dallas (1982-1985), Pediatrics
- Medical School - Univ. of Med. & Dentistry of New Jersey (1978-1982)
Dorothy Sendelbach, M.D.
Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education
- Distinguished Teaching Professor
- Nadine and Tom Craddick Professorship in Medical Education
- Pediatrics - General
Dr. Sendelbach received her B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Rutgers University and her M.D. from New Jersey Medical School-Rutgers University. She completed a residency in Pediatrics at Children’s Medical Center Dallas, and worked in a community clinic for refugees and the underserved prior to joining the faculty in 1993 as a general pediatrician in the Newborn Nursery. She is currently a Professor in the General Pediatrics Education division and sees patients in ambulatory general pediatrics.
Dr. Sendelbach serves as Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education at UT Southwestern. She is a member of the UTSouthwestern Academy of Teachers and the SHINE Academy of Health Science Education. She has been a student mentor in the Fashena College since its inception. Her interests include curriculum design, faculty development and student mentorship.
- Association of Pediatric Program Directors (2007)
- American Academy of Pediatrics (1990)
- Inducted to Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 2014
- James J. Slade Scholar 1978, Rutgers College of Engineering
- Physician of the Year 2009, Parkland Hospital
- Child Advocate of the Year 2004, Greater Texas Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners
- Elected to Membership 2015, The University of Texas Kenneth I. Shine MD Academy of Health Science Education
Problem identification in apparently well neonates: implications for early discharge.
Jackson GL, Kennedy KA, Sendelbach DM, Talley DH, Aldridge CL, Vedro DA, Laptook AR Clinical pediatrics 2000 Oct 39 10 581-90
Are complete blood cell counts useful in the evaluation of asymptomatic neonates exposed to suspected chorioamnionitis?
Jackson GL, Engle WD, Sendelbach DM, Vedro DA, Josey S, Vinson J, Bryant C, Hahn G, Rosenfeld CR Pediatrics 2004 May 113 5 1173-80
Serum calcium values in term and late-preterm neonates receiving gentamicin.
Chiruvolu A, Engle WD, Sendelbach D, Manning MD, Jackson GL Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany) 2008 Apr 23 4 569-74
Circulating blasts and associated hematologic disorders in neonates with Down syndrome.
Jackson GL, Sendelbach DM, Rambally B, Manning MD, Engle WD American journal of perinatology 2012 Apr 29 4 259-66
Prevention of Mother-to-Infant Transmission of Influenza during the Postpartum Period.
Cantey JB, Bascik SL, Heyne NG, Gonzalez JR, Jackson GL, Rogers VL, Sheffield JS, Treviño S, Sendelbach D, Wendel GD, Sánchez PJ American journal of perinatology 2012 Aug
Hospital course and short-term outcomes of term and late preterm neonates following exposure to prolonged rupture of membranes and/or chorioamnionitis.
Jackson GL, Rawiki P, Sendelbach D, Manning MD, Engle WD The Pediatric infectious disease journal 2012 Jan 31 1 89-90
Assessment of a transcutaneous device in the evaluation of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia in a primarily Hispanic population.
Engle WD, Jackson GL, Sendelbach D, Manning D, Frawley WH Pediatrics 2002 Jul 110 1 Pt 1 61-7
Pulse oximetry screening at 4 hours of age to detect critical congenital heart defects.
Sendelbach DM, Jackson GL, Lai SS, Fixler DE, Stehel EK, Engle WD Pediatrics 2008 Oct 122 4 e815-20
Pneumonia in term neonates: laboratory studies and duration of antibiotic therapy.
Engle WD, Jackson GL, Sendelbach DM, Stehel EK, Ford DM, McHugh KM, Norris MR, Vedro DA, Velaphi S, Michelow IC, Olsen KD Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association 2003 Jul-Aug 23 5 372-7
Evaluation of a transcutaneous jaundice meter following hospital discharge in term and near-term neonates.
Engle WD, Jackson GL, Stehel EK, Sendelbach DM, Manning MD Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association 2005 Jul 25 7 486-90
Newborn hearing screening and detection of congenital cytomegalovirus infection.
Stehel EK, Shoup AG, Owen KE, Jackson GL, Sendelbach DM, Boney LF, Sánchez PJ Pediatrics 2008 May 121 5 970-5
Varicella, influenza: not necessary to separate mother and infant.
Sendelbach DM, Sanchez PJ Pediatrics 2012 Aug 130 2 e464; author reply 465-6
Neonatal pneumonia: comparison of 4 vs 7 days of antibiotic therapy in term and near-term infants.
Engle WD, Jackson GL, Sendelbach D, Ford D, Olesen B, Burton KM, Pritchard MA, Frawley WH Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association 2000 Oct-Nov 20 7 421-6
Association of hypocalcemia with a change in gentamicin administration in neonates.
Jackson GL, Sendelbach DM, Stehel EK, Baum M, Manning MD, Engle WD Pediatric nephrology (Berlin, Germany) 2003 Jul 18 7 653-6
- Problem identification in apparently well neonates: implications for early discharge.
- Noninvasive bilirubin measurements
- Duration of antibiotic treatment of pneumonia in term newborns
- Complete blood counts (CBC) in term infants with exposure to pretreated chorioamnionitis