Sarah Blanchard, MD
What are your career interests?
Currently I am interested in pediatric dermatology, immunodermatology and telemedicine.
Why did you choose Duke for residency training?
Duke has been my home for the last 4 years. The diversity at Duke brings together physicians and scientists from many different backgrounds to work together and become leaders in their fields. As residents, we get to see bread-and-butter dermatology as well as more rare diseases, and there are abundant opportunities to foster both clinical and research interests. Whatever path I chose to pursue after residency, I know that I will be well-prepared.
Education & Training
Undergraduate: East Carolina University, BA, psychology with minor in biology, 2009
Medical School: UNC Chapel Hill, MD, 2014
Internship/Residency: Pediatrics, Duke University, 2014-2017
Fellowship: Immunodermatology Research Fellow 2017-2018
Awards & Honors
- Resident Scholarly Activity Grant 2015-2017
- Resident Teaching Award 2015-2016
- Blanchard SK, Chamberlain RC, Pelletier JH, Hornik CP, Hill KD, Campbell MJ. Evaluating appropriate use of pediatric echocardiograms for chest pain in outpatient clinics. Presented at pediatric research retreat. 4/18/2017.
- Blanchard SK, Chamberlain RC, Pelletier JH, Hornik CP, Hill KD, Campbell MJ. Evaluating appropriate use of echocardiograms for syncope in outpatient clinics. Presented at pediatric research retreat. 4/18/2017.
- Blanchard SK, Bloomfield R. Blinded By The Labs. Presented at NCPS Annual Resident Poster Session. Pinehurst, NC. 8/20/2016.
- Pelletier JH, Blanchard SK, Chamberlain RC, Hornik CP, Hill KD, Campbell MJ. The Use of Echocardiography for Pediatric Patients Presenting with Syncope. The Journal of Pediatrics. 2017
- Chamberlain RC, Pelletier JH, Blanchard S, Hornik CP, Hill KD, Campbell MJ. Evaluating Appropriate Use of Pediatric Echocardiograms for Chest Pain in Outpatient Clinics. Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography : official publication of the American Society of Echocardiography. 2017; 30 (7) : 708-713.
- Fares WH, Blanchard SK, Stouffer GA, Chang PP, Rosamond WD, Ford HJ, Aris RM. Thermodilution and Fick cardiac outputs differ: impact on pulmonary hypertension evaluation. Canadian respiratory journal. 2012; 19 (4) : 261-6.