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Search Program Faculty/Research

Nancy D. Kellogg, M.D.

Kellogg

RESEARCH

Dr. Nancy Kellogg is interested in identifying gonorrhea and chlamydia from non-genital sites in children and adolescents evaluated for sexual abuse or assault; patterns of disclosure among children and adolescents evaluated for sexual abuse and assault; the impact of expert medical assessments on child safety decisions among child protection workers; the medical assessment of children with strangulation injuries.

Selected Publications

Kellogg ND. Child Torture as a Form of Child Abuse. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma. 2014 Mar;7:37-49.

Melville JD, Kellogg ND, Perez N, Lukefahr JL. Assessment for self-blame and trauma symptoms during the medical evaluation of suspected sexual abuse. Child Abuse Negl. 2014 Mar 10.

Jordan Greenbaum, Kellogg ND, Reena Isaac, Sharon Cooper, Mary DeChesnay, Melissa Woodard, Vince Palusci, Nancy Capponi, Lori Frasier, Kimberly Chang, Angelo Giardino, Ronal Hughes, Michael Haney. The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: The Medical Provider's Role in Identification, Assessment and Treatment. Practice Guidelines: American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children. 2013 Oct:1-34.

Gavril AR, Kellogg ND, Nair P. Value of follow-up examinations of children and adolescents evaluated for sexual abuse and assault. Pediatrics. 2012 Feb;129(2):282-9.

Anderst J, Kellogg N, Jung I. Is the diagnosis of physical abuse changed when Child Protective Services consults a Child Abuse Pediatrics subspecialty group as a second opinion? Child Abuse Negl. 2009 Aug;33(8):481-9.

Professor, Pediatrics/Child Abuse
Chief, Division of Child Abuse
Program Director, Child Abuse Fellowship

Education

M.D., Medicine, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 1985

Contact

Email: KELLOGGN@UTHSCSA.EDU

Phone: 210-704-3939

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