Anireddy Reddy, MD, FAAP is a pediatric critical care fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Colorado with majors in neuroscience and molecular biology, with a minor in civic leadership. She served in Americorps in Denver Public Schools prior to attending University of Colorado School of Medicine, where she served as class president for four years. She additionally was selected for the CU-UNITE urban underserved track and served as director for C-STAHR (Community-Students Together Against Healthcare Racism). She later completed her pediatrics residency at Children’s National in Washington D.C., during which she participated in the Community Health Track and George Washington Health Policy Fellowship.
Dr. Reddy’s research interests have ranged from community-based participatory research around racial discrimination in health care to investigating racial and socioeconomic disparities in sepsis mortality. Most recently, she partnered with CHOP PolicyLab to investigate vaping associated lung injury in the pediatric ICU. Dr. Reddy’s career aspiration is to leverage her intensive care experiences to drive research and inform policy, in order to reduce pediatric morbidity and mortality.