Dr. Bricklin is a Clinical Fellow in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine working with the Neuroscience of Driving research team at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Center for Injury Research and Prevention.
Dr. Bricklin is a Clinical Fellow in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. Prior to joining CHOP, Dr. Bricklin was a Pediatric Resident and Pediatric Chief Resident at Children's Hospital Colorado. There she became interested in injury prevention and has worked with the AAP and Colorado Child Fatality Prevention System on a broad array of child injury-related projects. She was also awarded a CATCH Grant in 2020 and developed educational programming for providers and families related to drowning prevention.
At CHOP, Dr. Bricklin is working with the Neuroscience of Driving research team to better recognize factors associated with teen driver safety. She is particularly interested in identifying ways providers can better recognize teens at risk for unsafe driving and the clinical implementation of interventions to assist providers in these decisions.
BA, University of Montana (Human Biological Sciences), 2014
MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson, 2018
Residency, University of Colorado School of Medicine (Pediatrics), 2021
Chief Residency, University of Colorado School of Medicine (Pediatrics), 2022
Fellowship, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (Pediatric Critical Care Medicine), 2025 (expected)
Fellow, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Gold Humanism Honor Society, Society of Critical Care Medicine
AAP Special Achievement Award, 2022