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Erin Brennan Treemarcki, DO

Erin Brennan Treemarcki, DO

Pediatric Rheumatology Fellow

Hospital for Special Surgery

New York, NY

I am a pediatric rheumatology fellow who is passionate about the health of children and its role in shaping their futures.

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Hospital for Special Surgery

Pediatric Rheumatology Fellow

I am completing a 3 year fellowship program in pediatric rheumatology. I am a member of both the American Academy of Rheumatology (ACR) and CARRA. My research interests include comprehensive wellness and prevention of comorbidities secondary to rheumatic disease.

Career

Driscoll Children's Hospital

Resident Physician in Pediatrics

I completed a 3 year residency in pediatrics at Driscoll Children's Hospital. During my residency, I was active in community advocacy, including programs such as "Lock In To Healthy Living," where we educate elementary school students about nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices.

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Piloxing

Certified Instructor

I love being active, and as an instructor I can share that passion with others. I currently teach a couple of times a month in New York City.

Career
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." -Theodor Geisel

Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

D.O.

I attended medical school in Erie, PA. In addition to pursuing my degree, I was active in many of the clubs, including the Pediatrics Club, student government, and SAAO. These organizations helped cultivate leadership skills and a passion for community advocacy.

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Education
“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.” – Gandalf, from Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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University of Notre Dame

B.S., Biochemistry

I started college committed to science and an eventual career in medicine. My freshman seminar introduced me to anthropology, and I ended up earning a secondary major in anthropology.

Outside of the classroom, I was involved in my dorm government, intramural sports, and aquatics.

Education
"You should love and take care of yourself because after all, it’s your own life." –The Notebook