Emergency Medicine/Urgent Care
Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
New York University School of Medicine
University of CA at San Francisco School of Med
University of CA San Francisco/Pediatric Residency
Childrens Hospital - Los Angeles
Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics
Dr. John Kanegaye is an attending physician at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego's Emergency Care Center and a clinical professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego.
Dr. Kanegaye received his undergraduate degree in molecular biophysics and biochemistry from Yale University then attended the New York University School of Medicine. He completed his pediatrics residency at UC San Francisco and his pediatric emergency fellowship at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
He is the research director of the Emergency Department. His research interests include the differentiation of Kawasaki disease from other febrile illnesses as well as infectious diseases, wound management and ultrasonography for emergency procedures.
In his spare time, Dr. Kanegaye enjoys photography and spending time with his family.
An AI-guided invariant signature places MIS-C with Kawasaki disease in a continuum of host immune responses.
Sahoo D, Katkar GD, Shimizu C, Kim J, Khandelwal S, Tremoulet AH, Kanegaye J, Bocchini J, Das S, Burns JC, Ghosh P, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Kawasaki Disease Research Group.
Seated Position Does Not Change Lumbar Dimensions Compared With Lateral Position.
Long MT, Del Re AM, Uya A, Kanegaye JT, Nguyen MB
High-Throughput Screening of Kawasaki Disease Sera for Antiviral Antibodies.
Quiat D, Kula T, Shimizu C, Kanegaye JT, Tremoulet AH, Pitkowsky Z, Son M, Newburger JW, Elledge SJ, Burns JC
Multicentre validation of a computer-based tool for differentiation of acute Kawasaki disease from clinically similar febrile illnesses.
Hao S, Ling XB, Kanegaye JT, Bainto E, Dominguez SR, Heizer H, Jone PN, Anderson MS, Jaggi P, Baker A, Son MB, Newburger JW, Ashouri N, McElhinney DB, Burns JC, Whitin JC, Cohen HJ, Tremoulet AH, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Kawasaki Disease Research Group.
Correspondence: Comparison of pediatric post-reduction fluoroscopic- and ultrasound forearm fracture images.
Auten JD, Hurst ND, Kanegaye JT
Bilateral tibial tubercle avulsion fractures: A pediatric orthopedic injury at high risk for compartment syndrome.
Yue I, Hurst N, Peterson JB, Kanegaye JT, Auten JD
Predicting Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome and Renal Replacement Therapy in Shiga Toxin-producing Escherichia coli-infected Children.
McKee RS, Schnadower D, Tarr PI, Xie J, Finkelstein Y, Desai N, Lane RD, Bergmann KR, Kaplan RL, Hariharan S, Cruz AT, Cohen DM, Dixon A, Ramgopal S, Rominger A, Powell EC, Kilgar J, Michelson KA, Beer D, Bitzan M, Pruitt CM, Yen K, Meckler GD, Plint AC, Bradin S, Abramo TJ, Gouin S, Kam AJ, Schuh A, Balamuth F, Hunley TE, Kanegaye JT, Jones NE, Avva U, Porter R, Fein DM, Louie JP, Freedman SB, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Collaborative Research Committee and Pediatric Emergency Research Canada.
Tablet Computer as a Distraction Tool During Facial Laceration Repair: A Randomized Trial.
Bryl AW, Bonsu B, Johnson AL, Pommert KBJ, Hollenbach KA, Kanegaye JT
Kawasaki Disease Outcomes and Response to Therapy in a Multiethnic Community: A 10-Year Experience.
Skochko SM, Jain S, Sun X, Sivilay N, Kanegaye JT, Pancheri J, Shimizu C, Sheets R, Tremoulet AH, Burns JC
Comparison of pediatric post-reduction fluoroscopic- and ultrasound forearm fracture images.
Auten JD, Naheedy JH, Hurst ND, Pennock AT, Hollenbach KA, Kanegaye JT
Diagnosis of Kawasaki Disease Using a Minimal Whole-Blood Gene Expression Signature.
Wright VJ, Herberg JA, Kaforou M, Shimizu C, Eleftherohorinou H, Shailes H, Barendregt AM, Menikou S, Gormley S, Berk M, Hoang LT, Tremoulet AH, Kanegaye JT, Coin LJM, GlodÃ© MP, Hibberd M, Kuijpers TW, Hoggart CJ, Burns JC, Levin M, Immunopathology of Respiratory, Inflammatory and Infectious Disease Study (IRIS) Consortium and the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Kawasaki Disease Research Group (PEMKDRG).
Unique Molecular Patterns Uncovered in Kawasaki Disease Patients with Elevated Serum Gamma Glutamyl Transferase Levels: Implications for Intravenous Immunoglobulin Responsiveness.
Wang Y, Li Z, Hu G, Hao S, Deng X, Huang M, Ren M, Jiang X, Kanegaye JT, Ha KS, Lee J, Li X, Jiang X, Yu Y, Tremoulet AH, Burns JC, Whitin JC, Shin AY, Sylvester KG, McElhinney DB, Cohen HJ, Ling XB, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Kawasaki Disease Research Group.
Differences in GlycA and lipoprotein particle parameters may help distinguish acute kawasaki disease from other febrile illnesses in children.
Connelly MA, Shimizu C, Winegar DA, Shalaurova I, Pourfarzib R, Otvos JD, Kanegaye JT, Tremoulet AH, Burns JC
Diagnostic Test Accuracy of a 2-Transcript Host RNA Signature for Discriminating Bacterial vs Viral Infection in Febrile Children.
Herberg JA, Kaforou M, Wright VJ, Shailes H, Eleftherohorinou H, Hoggart CJ, Cebey-LÃ³pez M, Carter MJ, Janes VA, Gormley S, Shimizu C, Tremoulet AH, Barendregt AM, Salas A, Kanegaye J, Pollard AJ, Faust SN, Patel S, Kuijpers T, MartinÃ³n-Torres F, Burns JC, Coin LJ, Levin M, IRIS Consortium.
A Classification Tool for Differentiation of Kawasaki Disease from OtherÂ Febrile Illnesses.
Hao S, Jin B, Tan Z, Li Z, Ji J, Hu G, Wang Y, Deng X, Kanegaye JT, Tremoulet AH, Burns JC, Cohen HJ, Ling XB, Pediatric Emergency Medicine KawasakiÂ DiseaseÂ Research Group.
A Novel Truncated Form of Serum Amyloid A in Kawasaki Disease.
Whitin JC, Yu TT, Ling XB, Kanegaye JT, Burns JC, Cohen HJ
Urinary Colorimetric Sensor Array and Algorithm to Distinguish Kawasaki Disease from Other Febrile Illnesses.
Li Z, Tan Z, Hao S, Jin B, Deng X, Hu G, Liu X, Zhang J, Jin H, Huang M, Kanegaye JT, Tremoulet AH, Burns JC, Wu J, Cohen HJ, Ling XB, Emergency Medicine Kawasaki Disease Research Group.
Building a Natural Language Processing Tool to Identify Patients With High Clinical Suspicion for Kawasaki Disease from Emergency Department Notes.
Doan S, Maehara CK, Chaparro JD, Lu S, Liu R, Graham A, Berry E, Hsu CN, Kanegaye JT, Lloyd DD, Ohno-Machado L, Burns JC, Tremoulet AH, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Kawasaki Disease Research Group.
Axillary, Oral and Rectal Routes of Temperature Measurement During Treatment of Acute Kawasaki Disease.
Kanegaye JT, Jones JM, Burns JC, Jain S, Sun X, Jimenez-Fernandez S, Berry E, Pancheri JM, Jaggi P, Ramilo O, Tremoulet AH
Inpatient Treatment after Multi-Dose Racemic Epinephrine for Croup in the Emergency Department.
Rudinsky SL, Sharieff GQ, Law W, Kanegaye JT
Novel data-mining approach identifies biomarkers for diagnosis of Kawasaki disease.
Tremoulet AH, Dutkowski J, Sato Y, Kanegaye JT, Ling XB, Burns JC
The Prevalence of Bruising Among Infants in Pediatric Emergency Departments.
Pierce MC, Magana JN, Kaczor K, Lorenz DJ, Meyers G, Bennett BL, Kanegaye JT
Automated urinalysis and urine dipstick in the emergency evaluation of young febrile children.
Kanegaye JT, Jacob JM, Malicki D
Infliximab for intensification of primary therapy for Kawasaki disease: a phase 3 randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
Tremoulet AH, Jain S, Jaggi P, Jimenez-Fernandez S, Pancheri JM, Sun X, Kanegaye JT, Kovalchin JP, Printz BF, Ramilo O, Burns JC
Specificity of regulatory T cells that modulate vascular inflammation.
Franco A, Touma R, Song Y, Shimizu C, Tremoulet AH, Kanegaye JT, Burns JC
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