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Rachel Annunziato

Rachel Annunziato

Rachel Annunziato

Professor

Bio:

Rachel A. Annunziato is a Professor of Psychology. She also directs a Pediatric Psychology externship at Mount Sinai Hospital that provides free consultation, intervention, and testing services to children with developmental and learning disabilities. In addition, her research program focuses on children and adults with special health care needs.

Publications:

Annunziato, RA, Stuber, M.L., Supelana, C., Dunphy, C., Arnand, R., Erinjeri, J., Alonso, E.M., Mazariegos, G.V., Venick, R.S., Bucuvalas, J.C., & Shemesh, E. (In press). The impact of caregiver posttraumatic stress and depressive symptoms on pediatric transplant outcomes. Pediatric Transplantation.

Riklin, E., Calandrillo, D., Blitz, A., Zuckerberg, D., & Annunziato, R.A. (In press). Examining the Psychosocial Needs of Adolescents with Craniofacial Conditions: A Mixed-Methods Approach. The Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal.

Riklin, E., Andover, M.S., & Annunziato, R.A. (In press). The Effects of Society on the Psychosocial Functioning of those with a Facial Difference. Heath Psychology Report.

Duncan, S.E., Arnon, R., DiPietrantonio, C., Ehrlich, K., Knight, C.S., Chu, J. & Annunziato, R.A. (2018). Pediatric Liver Transplant Teams' Coping with Patient Death. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition, 67, 169-172.

Lieber, S.R., Helcer, J., Leven, E., Knight, C.S.,Wlodarkiewicz, C., Shenoy, A., Shemesh, E., Florman, S.S., Schiano, T.D., & Annunziato, R.A. (2018). Pre-transplant psychosocial risk factors do not predict late nonadherence and rejection in adult liver transplant recipients. Experimental and Clinical Transplantation, 16, 533-540.

Annunziato, R.A., Bucuvalas, J.C., Yin, W., Arnand, R., Alonso, E.M., Mazariegos, G.M., Venick, R.S., Shneider, B.L., & Shemesh, E. (2018). Self-Management Measurement and Prediction of Clinical Outcomes in Pediatric Transplant. Journal of Pediatrics, 193, 128-133.