- Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine: Duke University Medical Center
- Pediatrics: Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- New York University School of Medicine
- Queens College of the City of New York
- American Board of Pediatrics
- Sub-Board of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
- Neonatal hyperbilirubinemia
- Care of the extremely low birth weight infant (ELBW)
- Perinatal ethics
Dramatic advances in neonatal care have occurred over the past 25 years, the result of better understanding of neonatal physiology and the introduction of sophisticated technology. In the face of increased survival rates and better outcomes, some infants, particularly those born at the limits of viability, survive with severe physical or neurodevelopmental handicaps. Dr. Skolnick has focused on treatment decisions of NICU infants at the limits of viability. His efforts help ensure that MANA’s state-of-the-art care does not compromise the clinical benefits of neonatal intensive care.
In conjunction with Dr. Schenkman, he has fostered the development of a large multidisciplinary program of investigator-initiated research. It is a unique enterprise, attracting the attention and admiration of clinicians from all over the United States.