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CURRICULUM VITAE
CURRICULUM VITAE
1. NAME:
OFFICES
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
Children's Hospital at Montefiore
111 East 210th Street
Bronx, New York 10467
Telephone: 718-741-2323
FAX: 718-920-6506
Email: [email protected]
Rose F. Kennedy Center-Rm 237
Albert Einstein Col of Med
1610 Pelham Pkwy South
Bronx, New York 10461
Telephone: 718-430-8521
FAX: 718-904-1162
2. DATE OF BIRTH: March 27. 1952
Birthplace: Bronx, New York
3. EDUCATION:
1970-1974
Bachelor of Arts
Clark University
Worcester, Massachusetts.
1975-1979
Doctor of Medicine
Albert Einstein College of Med.,
Bronx, NY
1979-1980
Internship in Pediatrics,
Boston Floating Hospital,
Tufts-New England Medical Center,
Boston, MA
1980-1982
Residency in Pediatrics,
Bronx Municipal Hospital Ctr/
Einstein Affiliated Hospitals,
Bronx, NY
1982-1984
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Human Genetics,
Genetic Counseling Program,
Einstein, Bronx, NY
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
4. PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:
A. Academic:
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7/1/84-6/30/89
Assistant Professor, Pediatrics,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
Bronx, New York.
7/1/89-6/30/94
Associate Professor, Pediatrics,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine,
Bronx, New York.
7/1/94-
Professor, Pediatrics
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
7/1/98-
Professor, Obstetrics & Gynecology and
Women's Health (secondary)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
7/1/96-
Adjunct Faculty
Graduate Program in Human Genetics
Sarah Lawrence College
Bronxville, New York
B. Hospital:
7/1/84-6/30/89
Assistant Attending Pediatrician
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York.
Jack D. Weiler Hospital of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York.
Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York.
North Central Bronx Hospital, Bronx, New York.
7/1/89-6/30/94
Associate Attending Pediatrician
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York
Jack D. Weiler Hospital of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York
North Central Bronx Hospital, Bronx, New York
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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4. PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS (continued)
B. Hospital (continued)
7/1/94-
Attending Pediatrician
Jack D. Weiler Hospital of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center, Bronx, New York
North Central Bronx Hospital, Bronx, New York
2/1/87-
Attending Pediatrician
Blythedale Children's Hospital, Valhalla, New York
C. Administrative
7/1/90-6/30/94
Acting Director, Division of Human Genetics
Department of Pediatrics,
Albert Einstein Col of Med/ Montefiore Med Ctr
Bronx, New York
7/1/90-
Director of Medical Genetics
Blythedale Children's Hospital, Valhalla, New York
7/1/94-6/30/02
Director, Division of Genetics
Department of Pediatrics,
Montefiore Med Ctr/ Albert Einstein Col of Med
Bronx, New York
7/1/02-6/30/04
Co-Chief, Section of Genetics
Department of Pediatrics,
Children's Hospital at Montefiore/ Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York
7/1/04 -
Chief, Division of Genetics
Department of Pediatrics
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore/Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York
7/1/97-12/31/02
Consultant in Medical Genetics
Department of Pediatrics
Stamford Hospital, Stamford Connecticut.
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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4. PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS (continued)
C. Administrative (continued)
9/2002- 6/2007
Co-Director, Medical Student Education
Department of Pediatrics, Albert Einstein Col of Med/
Children's Hosp at Montefiore
10/1/06-
Chief, Division of Developmental Medicine
Department of Pediatrics
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore/Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, Bronx, New York
10/1/06-
Director, Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation
Center (CERC)
Director, Rose F. Kennedy University Center for
Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
Director, RFK UCEDD LEND Project
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY
5. MEDICAL LICENSE:
New York State
DEA
NPI
#149231
#AM2454332
#1770669616
1984
1985
6. BOARD CERTIFICATION:
American Board of Pediatrics
American Board of Medical Genetics
1985
1987
7. PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP:
American Society of Human Genetics
American College of Medical Genetics
Association of University Centers in Disabilities (Member, Board of Directors,
November 2008- )
New York State Task Force on Human Genetics (Member, Board
of Directors, 7/1/2002-2006)
New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Children’s Issues Committee, NYS DDPC
American Society of Professors of Human Genetics
The Authors Guild
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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8. AWARDS AND HONORS:
1979
Elected to Alpha Omega Alpha,
Einstein Chapter (fourth year medical student)
1979
Upjohn Award for Academic Excellence
(presented to one student in graduating class)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
1982
Certificate of Distinction (house officer),
Leo M. Davidoff Society,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
1984
Awarded Fraad Fellowship in Child Health,
Department of Pediatrics, Einstein
1991
Christopher Award for The Boy Who Felt No Pain,
(given by the Christopher Society)
1991
The Boy Who Felt No Pain selected for
The Washington Irving Book List,
Westchester County Library Association
1991
Elected to Leo M. Davidoff Society (faculty)
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
1994
Keynote speaker, Alpha Omega Alpha induction
University of California at Davis Medical School.
1995
Recipient of Sam Rosen Award for outstanding teacher,
preclinical sciences,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
(chosen by Einstein students).
1996
Selected as one of "The Best Doctors in America";
American Health Magazine, March, 1996.
1997-2010
Included in "How to Find the Best Doctors: NY Metro Region”
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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8. AWARDS AND HONORS (continued):
1998
Keynote Speaker, Lori Ann Roscetti Memorial Lecture on
Ethical and Humanitarian Issues in Medicine,
Rush Medical College, Chicago, Ill.
1998-2008,
2010-
Included in "The Best Doctors in New York";
New York Magazine.
June 2001
Recipient of Lewis Fraad Award for Excellence in Teaching,
Dept of Pediatrics, Einstein (chosen by pediatric house officers)
April 2004
Awarded honorary membership, Men's Division
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
June 2005
Recipient of the William Obrinsky Award for Excellence in
Medical Student Education, Department of Pediatrics,
CHAM/ Albert Einstein Col of Medicine
June 2006
Honoree at Tenth Annual Awards Dinner, Bronx Mental Retardation
and Developmental Disabilities Council, June 20, 2006
June 2007
Recipient of Lifetime Service Award
Alumni Association of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine
October 2007
Appointed Ruth L. Gottesman Professor of Child Development,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
May 2009
Honoree at Spirit of Achievement Luncheon,
National Women’s Division, Albert Einstein College of Med
December 2009
Awarded Zella Bronfman Butler Change Agent Award for 2009
Given by the UJA-Federation of NY & the J.E. and Z.B.
Butler Foundation
November 12, 2010
Honorable Mention Award of the 2010 American Medical Writers
Association Awards, Public Health Care Consumers Category
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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9. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
A. Clinical
.
1982-1987
Staff member, Genetic Counseling Program,
Department of Pediatrics,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
1987-
Director, Center for Congenital Disorders,
Montefiore Medical Center / EINSTEIN
1987-
Medical Director, Einstein Spina Bifida Clinic,
Blythedale Children's Hospital,
Valhalla, New York
1987-
Director, Medical Genetics
Blythedale Children's Hospital
Valhalla, New York
2004-
Director, Williams Syndrome Center,
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore
Oct. 2006-
Medical Director,
Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
2007-
Co-Director, Einstein/Montefiore Center for NF
Co-Director, Einstein/Montefiore Center for
CardioGenetics
Children’s Hospital at Montefiore/Einstein
B. Administrative
1987-1990
Pediatric Department representative,
Einstein Student-Faculty Senate
1987-
Member, Einstein Admission Committee
1989-1990
Member, Governance council,
Einstein/MMC Pediatric Private Practice
1990
President, Governance Council,
Einstein/MMC Pediatric Private Practice Plan
1990-2002
Member, Executive Policy & Planning Committee
Einstein Dept of Pediatrics (ended in 6/02)
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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8. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES (continued):
.
B. Administrative (continued)
1990-2006
Editor-in-chief and founder,
Acta Pediatrica Einsteinia
(Einstein/MMC Pediatric Faculty Newsletter)
1992-
Member, Medical Board, Blythedale Children's
Hospital, Valhalla, New York.
1992-1994
Medical Advisory Board,
Save The Children Foundation.
1992-2009
Member, Dean's Select Committee (writer of
Dean's letters), Einstein.
1993-1994
1997-1998
Chairman of ad hoc committees,
Committee on Appointments and Promotions, Einstein.
1993-1994
Medical Advisor, Parents in Partnership, Portland, Maine
1993-2008
Co-Chair, Einstein Committee on Admissions
1994-
Member, Committee of Professors
Einstein Dept of Pediatrics
1995-1997
Member, Ethics Committee for Reproductive
Technology, Einstein.
1998
Member, Search Committee for Director of Human
Genetics Program, Sarah Lawrence College,
Bronxville, New York
2005-2006
Chair, Search Committee for Director of CERC
Einstein
2008-
Chair, Einstein Committee on Admissions
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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9. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES (continued)
C. Educational:
1985-1987
Director, Third Year Student Clerkship in Pediatrics,
Montefiore Med Ctr/North Central Bronx Hosp
1987-
Co-director (pediatrics)
Fellowship Program in Medical Genetics; Einstein/MMC
1987-
Student Fieldwork Preceptor
Human Genetics Program, Sarah Lawrence College.
1987-1988
Small group leader, Einstein's Introduction to Clinical
Medicine course (first year student course)
Preceptor of third year students,
Pediatric clerkship, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center
1987-1989
1989-
Lecturer, senior course in Human Genetics,
Human Genetics Program, Sarah Lawrence College
1990-
Lecturer, Einstein's Human Genetics and MCFM Course
for first year medical students.
1996-1998
2002-
Member, Division of Education
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
1997-2001
2003-
Course Leader, Introductive to Medicine
Human Genetics Program; Sarah Lawrence College.
2002-2006
Co-Director, Medical Student Education, Dept of Peds,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
2002- 2007
Member, Clinical Subcommittee, Division of Education
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
2002-2006
Member, Task Force of Molecular Medicine in the
Clerkship Years, Division of Education
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
2003-2006
Member, Division of Education's Scientific Foundations of
Medicine Committee; Einstein
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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9. RESEARCH/ OTHER SUPPORT:
2007-2012
PI, Rose F. Kennedy University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
program grant, Administration for Developmental Disabilities of the US Department
of Health and Human Services (total $2.5 M)
2005-2012
PI, Rose F. Kennedy UCEDD LEND Project program grant. Maternal and Child
Health Bureau of HRSA, US Department of Health and Human Services.
(total $3.5 M)
2008-2012
PI: Rose F. Kennedy UCEDD LEND Project, Autism Supplement. Maternal and
Child Health Bureau of HRSA, US Department of Health and Human Services,
(total $800,000)
2008-2011
PI: Feinberg Foundation grant supporting Center for Neurofibromatosis,
(total $500,000)
PI: Jonas Ehrlich Charitable Foundation supporting Autism Research (total
$155,000)
2009-2011
Co-PI, Ethical and Social Implications of Genetic Testing in the Case of Unexpected
Deaths, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, (total $915,000).
10. . TRAINEES (POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS IN MEDICAL GENETICS)
TRAINEE
NAME
DATE OF
TRAINING
Elaine Perreira
7-10
Lilian Liu Cohen
DEGREE
SCHOOL
CURRENT
POSITION
MD
Einstein
Fellow
7/09-
MD
Cornell
Fellow
Naomi Yachelovich
7/08-
MD
Fellow
Kathleen Pope
7/07-6/09
MD
Maternity Leave
Joy Neil Samanich
7/04-6/06
MD
Einstein
Ped Genetics
Attending, EINSTEIN
Ann Marie Roe
7/04-6/06
MD
Einstein
Private Practice
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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10. TRAINEES (POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS IN MEDICAL GENETICS) (Cont’d)
Natasha Shur
7/03-6/05
Deborah Barbouth
7/02-6/03
Susan Klugman
7/02-
Dwight Cardeiro
MD
MD
MD
Einstein
Ass’t Prof
Dept of Peds
Div of Genetics
Brown Univ.
U. Argentina
Interim Chief
Div of Genetics
Ass’t Prof
Univ of Miami
Einstein
Chief, Div of
Repro Genetics,
Associate Prof,
Dept of OB/GYN
Einstein
MD
Assistant Prof
Dept of OB/GYN
Harvard Med Sch
Siobhan Dolan
7/01-
MD
Assistant Prof
Dept of OB/GYN
Div of Repro Gen
EINSTEIN
Robert Soper
7/01
MD
St. Luke’s Hosp
Maternal-Fetal
Medicine Att.
Lalaine Mortero
7/97-6/99
MD
U Philippines
Anna Bogdanow
7/94-6/96
MD
NY Med Col
Lisa MenassePalmer
7/93-6/95
MD
EINSTEIN
Jeffrey Karasik
7/91-6/93
MD
Beth Motzkin
7/89-6/91
MD
EINSTEIN
Clin Genetics
Ellen Stecker
7/87-6/89
MD
EINSTEIN
Ped Practice
SUNY-Downstate
Pediatric Practice
Retired
Pediatric
Practice
Pediatric
Practice
ROBERT W. MARION, M.D.
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PUBLICATION
A. Original Communications in Reviewed Journals:
1. Chandra P, Nitowsky HM, Marion R, Koenigsberg M, Taben E, Kava HW: Experience with
sonography an adjunct to prenatal diagnosis of fetal genetic disorders. Am J Obst Gynecol
133: 519; 1979.
2. Marion RW: Aganglionic megacolon and cleft palate. J Clin Dysmorphology 1:30, 1983.
2. Goldstein S, Shprintzen R, Wu R, Thorpy M, Hahm S, Marion R, Sher A, Saenger P:
Achondroplasia and obstructive sleep apnea: Correction of apnea and abnormal sleep
entrained growth hormone release by tracheostomy. Birth Defects 21:93; 1985.
4. Marion RW: In the back of the ambulance. JAMA 255: 2654; 1986.
5. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: AIDS Embryopathy: A new
dysmorphic syndrome in children with the acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Am J
Dis Child 140: 638; 1986 (Reprinted by the March of Dimes as part of its Professional
Education Reprints series)
6. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: Dysmorphism leading to a diagnosis of
AIDS (response to letter). Am J Dis Child 141: 474; 1987.
7. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: Fetal AIDS syndrome score:
Correlation between severity of stigmata and age at onset of symptoms of AIDS. Am J Dis
Child 141: 429; 1987.
7a. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: Systeme de cotation pour le SIDA
congenital: Correlation entre l'importance de la dysmorphie et l'age au moment du
diagnostic du deficit immunitaire. Am J Dis Child-Journal de Pediatrie 6: 294; 1987
(French translation of 7)
8. Marion R, Alvarez L, Marans Z, Lantos G, Chitayat D: Computed tomography of the brain in
the Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome. J Child Neurol 2:198;1987.
9. Marion R, Chitayat D, Hutcheon RG, Shprintzen RJ, Goldberg R, Cohen MM Jr: Autosomal
recessive inheritance in the Setleis bitemporal `forceps mark' syndrome. Am J Dis Child
141:895;1987.
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10. Chitayat D, Nakagawa S, Marion R, Sachs GS, Shinnar S, Llena G, Nitowsky HM: Elevation
of serum beta-hexosaminidase and alpha-D-mannosidase in Type 2 Gaucher disease: A
clinical and biochemical study. J Inher Metab Disease 10: 111; 1987.
11. Chitayat D, Hahm S, Marion R, Sachs GS, Goldman D, Hutcheon RG, Cho S, Weiss R,
Nitowsky HM: Further delineation of the McKusick-Kaufman hydrometrocolpospolydactyly syndrome. Am J Dis Child 141: 1133; 1987.
12. Goldstein SJ, Wu RHK, Thorpy MJ, Shprintzen RJ, Marion R, Saenger P: Reversibility of
deficient sleep entrained growth hormone secretion in a boy with achondroplasia and
obstructive sleep apnea. Acta Endocrin (Copenh) 116: 95; 1987.
13. Marion RW: A dip in the pool. JAMA 258: 2116; 1987.
14. Wechsler MA, Papa CM, Haberman F, Marion RW: Variable expression in focal dermal
hypoplasia: An example of differential X-chromosome inactivation. Am J Dis Child
142:297; 1988.
15. Marion RW: Explanation for fetal baseline bradycardia in a fetus with panhypopituitarism
and other malformations. Am J Obstet/Gynecol 158:1238; 1988.
16. Marion RW, Chitayat D, Hutcheon RG, Neidich JA, Zackai EH, Singer LP, Warman M:
Trisomy 18 Score: A simple, reliable diagnostic test. J Pediatr 113: 45; 1988.
17. Marion RW: When Tom Died. JAMA 260: 1619; 1988.
18. Farmakides G, Bracero L, Marion R, Fleischer A, Schulman H: Pregnancy termination after
detection of fetal chromosomal or metabolic abnormalities. J Perinatology 8:101;1988.
19. Chitayat D, Nakagawa S, Sachs GS, Marion RW, Sachs GS, Hahm SYE, Goldman HS:
Aspartylglucosaminuria in a Puerto Rican family: Additional features of a panethnic
disorder. Am J Med Genet 31:527;1988.
20. Singer LP, Marion RW, Li JK: Brief clinical report: Limb reduction defects in an infant with
the Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome. Am J Med Genetics 32:380,1989.
21. Marion RW: Zebras. Einstein Quart J Biol Med 7:193;1989.
22. Anderson IJ, Marion RW, Goldberg RB, Upholt WB, Tsipouras P: Spondylo-epiphyseal
dysplasia congenita: Evidence for genetic linkage to the COL2A1 locus. Am J Hum
Genet 46:896;1990.
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23. Conway EE, Marion RW, Noonan J, Goldberg R, Steeg CN: Myocardial infarction leading to
sudden death in the Williams syndrome: Report of three cases. J Pediatr 117:593-595,
1990.
24. Marion RW, Mayers M: Syndrome identification case report: Facial dysmorphism, growth
and developmental retardation, absence of vocalizations, and other anomalies in two
siblings. Dysmorph Clin Genet 4:149-151, 1990.
25. Chitayat D, Marion RW, Squillante L, Kalousek DK, Das KM: Detection and enumeration of
colonic mucosal cells in amniotic fluid using a colon epithelial specific monoclonal
antibody. Prenatal Diagnosis 10:725;1990.
26. Chhabra R, Suresh BR, Weinberg G, Marion R, Brion LP: Duodenal atresia presenting as
hematemesis in a premature infant with Down syndrome: Case report and review of
the literature. J Perinatology 12:25, 1992.
27. Shprintzen RJ, Goldberg R, Golding-Kushner KJ, Marion RW: Late-onset psychosis in the
velo-cardio-facial syndrome. Am J Med Genet 42:141,1992.
28. Karasik JB, Marion RW, Javed AA: DNA testing for neurofibromatosis, type 1. J Pediatr
121:833,1992.
29. Goldberg R, Motzkin B, Marion R, Scambler PJ, Shprintzen RJ: Velo-cardio-facial
syndrome: A review of 120 patients. Am J Med Genet 45:313, 1993
30. Barone CM, Marion R, Shanske A, Argamaso R, Shprintzen R: Craniofacial, limb and
abdominal abnormalities in a distinct syndrome: Relation to the spectrum of Pfeiffer
syndrome, type 3. Am J Med Genet 45:745, 1993.
31. Marion RW, Garcia D, Karasik JB: Apparent dominant inheritance of Rubinstein-Taybi
syndrome. Am J Med Genetics 46:284,1993.
32. Motzkin B, Goldberg RB, Shprintzen RJ, Marion RW, Saenger P: Variable phenotypes in
velocardiofacial syndrome patients with chromosomal deletions. J Pediatr
123:406,1993.
33. Tavin E, Stecker E, Marion R: Nasal pyriform aperture stenosis and the holoprosencephaly
spectrum. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngology 28:199; 1994
34. Pelayo R, Barasch E, Kang H, Marion R, Moshe SL: Progressively intractable seizures, focal
alopecia and hemimegalencephaly. Neurol 44:969;1994.
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35. Glickstein J, Karasik J, Caride DG, Marion RW: "C" trigonocephaly syndrome: Report of a
case with agenesis of the corpus callosum and tetralogy of Fallot and review of the
literature. Am J Med Genet 56:215-218,1995.
36. Chitayat D, Ohel G, Marion R, Einarson TR: Spectrophotometry of amniotic fluid: A simple,
rapid, and inexpensive method for distinguishing between gestational sacs in
midtrimeter amniocentesis for twin pregnancies Obstet/Gynecol 84:569-571,1995.
37. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: The Skeleton in Carl Anderson's Closet. Am J Med Genet 59:14,1995.
38. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: The Unsolved Puzzle. Am J Med Genet 62:327-329, 1996.
39. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: Prying open the box. Am J Med Genet 63:329-331, 1996.
40. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: The Christmas Present. Am J Med Genet 66:247-249, 1996.
41. Bernstein P, Gross SJ, Cohen DJ, Tiller G, Shanske, AL, Bombard AT, Marion RW: Prenatal
diagnosis of Pfeiffer syndrome, type II. Ultrasound Obst Gynecol 8:425-428, 1996.
42. Shanske AL, Bogdanow A, Shprintzen RJ, Lee B, Marion RW: The Marshall syndrome:
Report of a new family and review of the literature. Am J Med Genet 70:52-57,
1997.
43. Shanske AL, Menasse-Palmer L, Caride D, Bogdanow A, Marion RW: Central nervous
system anomalies in the Seckel syndrome: Report of a family and review of the
literature. Am J Med Genet 70:155-158, 1997.
44. Paticoff K, Marion RW, Shprintzen RJ, Shanske AL, Eisig SB: Hemimaxillofacial dysplasia:
A report of two new cases and further delineation of the disorder. Oral Surg, Oral
Med, Oral Pathol 83:484-488, 1997.
45. Quaderi NA, Schweiger S, Gaudenz K, Franco B, Rugarli EI, Berger W, Feldman GJ, Volta
M, Andolfi G, Gilgenkrantz S, Marion RW, Hennekam RCM, Opitz JM, Muenke
M, Ropers HH, Ballabio A: Opitz G/BBB syndrome, a defect of midline
development, is due to mutations in a new RING finger gene on Xp22. Nature
Genetics 17:285-291, 1997.
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46. Robin NH, Scott JA, Arnold JE, Goldstein JA, Shilling BB, Marion RW, Cohen MM Jr.:
Favorable prognosis for children with Pfeiffer syndrome types 2 and 3:
Implications for classification. Am J Med Genet 75:240-244, 1998.
47. Jacobson Z, Glickstein J, Hensel T, Marion RW: Further delineation of the Opitz G/BBB
syndrome: Report of an infant with complex congenital heart disease and bladder
exstrophy. Am J Med Genet 78:294-299, 1998.
48. Huie ML, Shanske AL, Kasper JS, Marion RW, Hirschhorn R: A large Alu-mediated
deletion, identified by PCR, as the molecular basis for glycogen storage disease,
type II (GSD II). Hum Genet 104:94-98, 1999.
49. Shanske AL, Dowling P, Schmidt R, White BJ, Russell B, Bogdanow A, Marion RW: The
simultaneous occurrence of a r(1) and r(16) in twins. J Med Genet 36:625-628,
1999.
50. Ferreira JC, Carter SM, Bernstein PS, Jabs EW, Glickstein JS, Marion RW, Baergen RN,
Gross SJ: Second trimester molecular prenatal diagnosis of sporadic Apert
syndrome following suspicious ultrasound findings. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol
14:426-430, 1999.
51. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: Erin, before I knew her. Am J Med Genet 90:95-97, 2000.
52. Schneider EN, Bogdanow A, Goodrich JT, Marion RW, Cohen MM: Fronto-Ocular
Dysplasia: A newly recognized trigonocephaly syndrome. Am J Med Genet 93:8993, 2000.
53. Shanske A, Ferreira JC, Leonard JC, Fuller P, Marion RW: Hirschsprung disease in an infant
with a contiguous gene syndrome of chromosome 13. Am J Med Genet 102:231236, 2001.
54. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: A Permanent Bond. Am J Med Genet 107:84-86, 2002.
55. Marion RW: Genetic Drift: September 11; 3:00 PM. Am J Med Genet 117:306-308, 2003
56. Dolan S, Gross S, Marion R, Shanske S: First trimester diagnosis of Bartsocas Papas
syndrome by transvaginal ultrasound: Case report and review of the literature.
Prenat Diagn 23:13; 8-142, 2003.
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57. Iacoboni D, Karpel BM, Shanske AL, Marion RW, Gross SJ: Prenatal diagnosis of
Marshall syndrome by targeted sonography. J Ultrasound Med 24 (12); 1735-1737, 2005.
58. Shur N, Marion R, Gross SJ: A surprising postnatal diagnosis. Obstet Gynecol 108:189-195, 2006,
59. Polotsky A, Shur N, Marion R: A flat head in a round world: Dispelling common myths about
plagiocephaly. The Female Patient 32:46-48, 2007.
60. Marion RW: Two miracles, one year later. Am J Med Genetics Part C Semin Med Genet 151C:
167-172, 2009.
61. Hatchel A, Willis J, Reiser C, Marion R, Pariseau C, Vanner-Nicely L, Bodurtha J. Diversity in
genetic counseling: strategies from the LEND network. J Genet Couns. 2009; 18(2):195-6.
62. Cohen LL, Samanich J, Marion RW: 17q12 Deletion in a Williams Syndrome Patient: Case Report
and Review of the Literature. J Ped Genet (in press)
63. Pereira EM, Marion R, Ramesh KH, Kim J, Ewart M, Ricafort R: Brief Report: Hepatoblastoma in a
mosaic type trisomy 18 patient. (submitted to Pediatric Blood and Cancer)
64. Erskine KE, Griffith E, DeGroat N,Stolerman M, Silverstein LB, Hidayatallah N, Wasserman,
D, Paljevic E, Cohen L,Walsh CA, McDonald TV, Marion RW, Dolan SM: An
Interdisciplinary Approach to Personalized Medicine: Case Studies from a Cardiogenetics
Clinic. Genetics in Medicine (submitted).
65. Marion RW, Shanske AL, Levy P, Shprintzen RJ: The Shprintzen-Goldberg syndrome: Report
of half siblings and review of the literature (submitted to Am J Med Genet).
B. Books, Chapters in Books, and Review Articles:
1. Marion, Robert: Born Too Soon_(a novel) New York: Doubleday and Company; Oct, 1985.
1a. Marion, Robert: Born Too Soon.(a novel). London:Robert Hale, 1986.
2. Marion R: Mononucleosis. In Handbook of Pediatric Emergency Therapeutics_, Crain E and
Gershel J, eds. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts , December, 1985.
3. Marion R: Kawasaki Disease. In Handbook of Pediatric Emergency Therapeutics, Crain E
and Gershel J, eds. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, December, 1985.
4. Marion RW: Fetal AIDS syndrome. In Nebraska Perinatal Letter, vol 2,November, 1987, p 8.
5. Marion R: Neural tube defects: Meningomyelocoele and anencephaly. In Fahn S ed, Current
Opinions in Neurology and Neurosurgery, 1:353-357;1988.
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6. Marion R: In the Back of the Ambulance. In Dan BB and Young RK (eds): A Piece of My
Mind_. Los Angeles: Feeling Fine Press, 1988; p 165.
7. Marion R: A Dip in the Pool. In Dan BB and Young RK (eds):A Piece of My Mind. LA:
Feeling Fine Press, 1988; p 214.
8. Marion, Robert: The Intern Blues: The Private Ordeals of Three Young Doctors. NY:
William Morrow & Co, 1989.
8a. Marion, Robert: The Intern Blues: The Private Ordeals of Three Young Doctors
(paperback edition). NY: Fawcett Crest Publishing Company; August, 1990.
8b. Marion, Robert: The Intern Blues: The Timeless Classic About the Making of a Doctor.
New York: HarperPerrenial, 2001.
9. Marion, RW: Book Review: Metabolic Basis of Inherited Disease, Sixth Edition, edited by
Scriver, Beaudet, Sly and Valle. Einstein Quart J Biol Med 7:196; 1989.
10. Marion RW, Chambers P, Schendel L: Meningomyelocoele. In Johnson RT (ed): Current
Therapy in Neurologic Disease. Philadelphia: BC Decker, Inc, p 85; 1990.
11. Marion R: Alex Goes for a Walk. In Reader's Digest, September, 1990; pp 54-58.
12 Marion RW: The Boy Who Felt No Pain. New York: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company,
September, 1990.
12a. Marion RW: De Mooiste Ogen Van de Wereld, en andere verhalen van een kinderarts.
(Dutch language version of The Boy Who Felt No Pain) Amsterdam: Prometheus,
February, 1991.
12b. Marion RW: Das Kind, das keinen Schmerz fuehlen konnte (German language version of
The Boy Who Felt No Pain). Munich, Germany: R. Piper Publishing Co., 1992.
12c. Marion RW: The Boy Who Felt No Pain (paperback edition). New York: Fawcett Crest
Publishers, 1991.
13. Rosa FW, Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Qazi Q: Fetal AIDS infection. In Buyse ML (ed): Birth
Defects Encyclopedia. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc., 1990, p 682.
14. Torielo H, Marion RW: Ectodermal dysplasia, congenital facial, Setleis type. In Buyse ML
(ed): Birth Defects Encyclopedia. New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc, 1990, p 598.
15. Marion R: The Mystery of Cassandra. In the Saturday Evening Post, Jan-Feb, 1991, pp 2627, 92-96.
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16. Marion RW: Commentary on "de Myer sequence" by Spolyar et al. Cleft Palate J
28:113,1991.
17. Marion R: Birth Defects. In Shelov SP ed, American Academy of Pediatrics' Book of
Baby and Child Care- Birth to Age Five. 1991.
18. Marion R: In Memoriam: Lewis M. Fraad (1907-1990): Proceedings of memorial service.
Einstein Quart J Biol Med 9:33, 1991.
19. Marion RW: Genetic Anatomy of Hearing: A Clinician's View. In Ruben RJ, van de Water
R, Steel KP (eds): Genetics of Hearing Impairment, Ann NY Acad Science
630:32-37,1991.
20. Marion RW and Fleischman, AR: The Assessment and Management of Neonates With
Congenital Anomalies. In Evans, M, ed: Reproductive Risks and Prenatal
Diagnosis_. Norwalk, CT: Appleton, Lange, 1992, pp 341-358.
21. Marion RW: Learning to Play God: The Coming of Age of aYoung Doctor. NY:
Addison-Wesley Pub Company, 1991.
21a. Marion RW: Learning to Play God: The Coming of Age of a Young Doctor_ (condensed
version). In Today's Best Nonfiction. Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest
Association, 1992.
21b. Marion RW: Learning to Play God: The Coming of Age of aYoung Doctor (paperback
edition). NY: Fawcett Crest, 1993.
21c. Marion RW: Learning to Play God (paperbook). NY: Fawcett Publishing Co, 2000.
21d. Marion RW: Im Dienst des Lebens: Meine Anfangsjahre als Arzt (German language
version of Learning to Play God). In Im Spiegel der Zeit: Das Beste. Stuttgart,
Germany: Reader's Digest, 1995.
22. Marion R, Schneider M: The Approach to the Adolescent with a Genetic Disorder. In
Friedman SB, Fisher M, Schonberg SK (eds): Comprehensive Adolescent Health
Care_; St. Louis, Mo: Quality Medical Publishing 1992, pp 603-624.
22a. Marion R, Schneider M: The Approach to the Adolescent with a Genetic Disorder. In
Friedman SB, Fisher M, Schonberg SK (eds): Comprehensive Adolescent Health
Care; 2nd Edition_; St. Louis: Quality Medical Publishing 1997, pp .
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22b. Marion R, Schneider M: Chapter 148: Genetic Disorders. In
Rosenberg W, Alderman E, Fisher M (eds): AAP’s Textbook of Adolescent Health
Care; 3rd Edition_; Elk Grove Village, Il: American Academy of Pediatrics (in
press).
23. Marion R: Life and Death 101. Physician (Montefiore Medical Center) Spring, 1992:12-13.
24. Marion R: Doctor to doctor: Following an intern through his first month. Career Insights
M.D. Summer, 1992:30-32.
25. Marion RW: Table: Genetic Emergencies. In Crain EF, Gershel JC, and Gallagher EJ (eds):
Handbook of Pediatric Emergency Therapeutics, 2nd edition, NY: AppletonCentury-Crofts 1992, pp 187-192.
25a. Marion RW: Genetic Emergencies (second edition). In Crain EF, Gershel JC, and
Gallagher EJ (eds): Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics, third edition.
NY: McGraw Hill, 1996, pp 249-254.
25b. Marion RW: Genetic Emergencies (third edition). In Crain EF, Gerschel JC, and Gallagher
EJ (eds): Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics, fourth edition. NY:
McGraw Hill, 2003, pp 253-256.
25c. Marion RW: Genetic Emergencies (fourth edition). In Crain EF, Gerschel JC, and Gallagher
EJ (eds): Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics, fifth edition. NY:
Cambridge Press (in press).
26. Marion RW: Andrew's parents. Hippocrates, February,1993, pp 24.
27. Marion RW: Syndromes associated with vaginal and uterine malformations. In Tenenbaum
S (ed): Dialogues in Pediatric Urol 16;6,1993.
28. Marion, RW: Why the father of our country was childless. New York Newsday, Monday,
February 21, 1994, p 34.
29. Marion R: Was George Washington Really the Father of our Country? A Clinical
Geneticist Looks at World History. New York: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co,
February, 1994.
30. Marion RW: Kevin's Question. In Ladies Home Journal's Parent Digest, Fall/Winter,
1994, pp 30-33.
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31. Marion RW: Foreward: What Doctors Think Patients Want From Their Doctors. In Bowman
P, Grady M, Kendrick M, Ladew-Duncan J, Mentzer S, Newman R, Pease R, Son K,
Spadinger L: From the Heart: Stories by Mothers of Children With Special
Needs_. Portland, Me: U Southern Maine Press, 1994, pp xii-xx.
32. Marion RW: Craniosynostosis. Pediatr Rev 16:115-116, 1995.
33. Marion RW: Vital Signs: The Girl Who Mewed. Discover magazine, August, 1995, pp 3840.
34. Bogdanow A, Menasse-Palmer L, Shanske AL, Marion RW: Cleft palate. Ped Rev 16:425426, 1995.
35. Menasse-Palmer L, Bogdanow A, Marion RW: Choanal atresia. Pediatr Rev 1995, 16:475476.
36. Marion RW: Vital Signs: A Cry from the Brain. Discover magazine. December 1995, pp 4246.
37 Marion RW: Chapter 21: Genetics. In Shelov SP and Bernstein D (eds): Pediatrics for
Medical Students. Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins, 1996, pp 417-436.
37a. Marion RW: Chapter 11: Genetics. In Bernstein D and Shelov SP (eds): Pediatrics for
Medical Students, 2nd edition. Media PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003,
pp. 227-246.
37c. Marion RW and Samanich JN: Chapter 11: Genetics. In Bernstein D and Shelov S (eds):
Pediatrics for Medical Students, 3rd Edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams
and Wilkins, 2012, pp 251-273.
38. Marion RW: Umbilical anomalies. In Hoekelman RA (ed): Primary Pediatric Care, 3rd
Edition. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 1996, pp .
38a. Marion RW: Chapter 268: Umbilical Anomalies. In Hoekelman RA (ed): Primary
Pediatric Care, 4th Edition_. St Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book, Inc, 2001, pp
38b. Samanich J, Marion RW: Umbilical Anomalies. In Hoekelman RA (ed): Primary Care
Pediatric Care, 5th Edition. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book, Inc (in press)
39. Marion RW: Halloween. In Sachs D (ed): Emergency Room: Lives Saved and Lost:
Doctors Tell Their Stories. Boston: Little Brown, 1996, pp 179-183.
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40. Marion RW: Vital Signs: Andrew of the Dark. Discover magazine, February, 1997, pp. 3639.
41. Marion RW: Rotations: The Twelve Months of Intern Life. New York: Harper Collins
Publ Co, 1997.
41a. Marion RW: Rotations: The Twelve Months of Intern Life (paperback edition). New
York: Harper Collins Publ Co, June, 1998.
41b. Marion RW: Rotations: The Twelve Months of Intern Life (Japanese editions) Nishimura
Company LTD, 2004.
42. Marion RW: What the well-dressed house officer will be wearing this season. In E=MD2
(Alumni magazine of Albert Einstein College of Medicine), Spring, 1998.
43.
Marion RW: Vital Signs: The baby who stopped eating. Discover magazine, August, 1998,
pp 42-45.
43a. Marion R: The baby who stopped eating. In Alcamo IE (ed): Encounters in Microbiology.
Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2001, pp 53-60.
44. Marion RW: Vital Signs: A case of abuse. Discover magazine, September, 1999, pp 44-49.
45. Marion RW: Vital Signs: The curse of the Garcias. Discover magazine, December, 2000, pp
42-46.
46. Marion RW: Growing old quickly in the Bronx. E=MD2: The Alumni Magazine of the Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, Fall, 2003,
47. Levy P and Marion RW: Section IX: Human Genetics and Dysmorphology; Chapter
47: Patterns of Inheritance; Chapter 48: Genetic Assessment; Chapter 49: Chromosomal
Disorders; Chapter 50: The Approach to the Dysmorphic Child. In Kliegman RM,
Marcdante KJ, Jenson HB and Behrman RE (eds), Nelson's Essentials of Pediatrics, Fifth
Edition. Philadelphia, pp.
.
47a. Levy P and Marion RW: Section IX: Human Genetics and Dysmorphology;
Chapter 47: Patterns of Inheritance;
Chapter 48: Genetic Assessment;
Chapter 49: Chromosomal Disorders;
Chapter 50: The Approach to the Dysmorphic Child.
In Marcdante KJ, Kliegman RM, Jenson HB and Behrman RE (eds), Nelson's Essentials of
Pediatrics, Sixth Edition. Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders, 2010, pp 167-186.
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48. Marion R: Two Miracles, One Year Later. E=MD2 (EINSTEIN Alumni Magazine) Summer
2006, pp. 20-25.
49. Marion R: Review of The Soul of A Doctor: Harvard Medical Students Face Life and
Death. Diversion magazine, June 2006.
50. Dolan S, Marion R: Sociocultural aspects of working with a family affected with a rare
autosomal recessive condition. In Silberman S, Correa N, Strelnick AH, Townsend J and
Spano H (eds): Teaching Cases Exploring Cross-Cultural Care. New York: Bronx
CREED, 2007.
51. Rosen O, Marion R: Chapter: Common Congenital Anomalies Detected in the Neonatal
Period: Approach and Diagnosis. In Hoekelman RA (ed): Primary Care Pediatrics,
5th Edition. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book, Inc (in press).
52. Samanich J, Marion R: Chapter: Dysmorphology. In Hoekelman RA (ed): Primary Care
Pediatrics, 5th Edition. St. Louis, MO: Mosby-Year Book, Inc (in press).
53. Marion R: Oral Manifestations of Genetic and Congenital Disorders. In Robbins M and
Romer M, (eds): Special Care Dentistry for the General Practice Resident: Practical
Training Modules. NYS Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
54. Marion RW: Genetic Round: A Doctor’s Encounters in the Field That Revolutionized Medicine.
New York: Kaplan Publishing Company, Oct 2009.
54a. Marion RW: Genetic Rounds: A Doctor’s Encounter in the Field That Revolutionized
Medicine. Paperback edition. New York: Kaplan Publishing Company, Dec. 2010.
55. Marion RW: Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Clinical Geneticist: An Approach to the Family.
In Autism Spectrum News, Volume 2 No. 1, Summer 2009, p 31.
56. Marion RW: Einstein Editions: Genetic Rounds: A Doctor’s Encounters in the Field that
Revolutionized Medicine. Einstein: The Magazine for Alumni and Friends of the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. Winter/Spring 2010, pp 20-23.
57. Marion Robert: Personalized Medicine: The Future is Now – or at least very soon. HealthWorks:
Medicine, Prevention, Wellness. The Journal News, June 2010, pp 8-10.
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C. Abstracts:
1. Nitowsky HM, Koenigsberg M, Marion R, Macri J: Maternal alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) before
and after amniocentesis and correlation with sonography findings. Am J Hum
Genetics 117:182S; 1980 (presented at poster session, American Soc Hum Genetics
Meeting, New York, October 1980).
2. Marion RW, Nitowsky HM: Association of advanced parental age with the Prader-Willi
syndrome. Pediatr Res 16:193A; 1982 (presented at a poster session, APS-SPR
annual meeting, Washington, D.C., May 1982).
3. Hahm S, Marion RW, Schwartz G, Nitowsky HM: Failure to thrive: a manifestation of
Klinefelter syndrome. Pediatr Res 16:192A; 1982.
4. Marion RW, Nitowsky HM, Ben-Yishay M, Goldman D: Unexpected pregnancy outcome
following midtrimester amniocentesis. Pediatr Res 17:214A;1983.
5. Nakagawa S, Kumin S, Nitowsky HM, Marion R: A variant of hexosaminidase A (Hex A)
deficiency in Ashkenazi Jews. Pediatr Res 17:216A, 1983.
6. Marion RW, Nitowsky HM: Demonstration and significance of heterogeneity in the etiology of
dark amniotic fluid. Am J Hum Genetics 36:194S;1984 (presented at a poster
session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, October, 1984).
7. Marion RW: Correlation between parietal hair whorl location and brain dominance. Pediatr
Res 19:328A; 1985 (presented at a poster session, APS/SPR/APA mtg, Washington
DC, 4/85).
8. Goldberg R, Marion R, Borderon M, Wiznia A, Shprintzen RJ: Phenotypic overlap between
velo-cardio-facial syndrome and the diGeorge sequence. Am J Human Genetics
37:A54, 1985.
9. Shprintzen RJ, Wang F, Goldberg R, Marion R: The expanded velo-cardio-facial syndrome:
Additional features of the most common clefting syndrome. Am J Human Genetics
37: A77, 1985 (presented at a poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual
meeting, October, 1985.)
10. Marion R, Wiznia A, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: The AIDS Embryopathy: A new
dysmorphic syndrome in children with acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
Pediatr Research 20:339A, 1986 (presented at plenary session, APS-SPR
annual meeting, Washington, D.C., May 4, 1986.)
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11. Marion R. Wiznia A, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: HTLV-III Embryopathy score:
Correlation between severity of dysmorphism and age at onset of immune
deficiency. Am J Hum Genetics 39: A70, 1986 (presented at slide session,
Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, Philadelphia, Nov, 1986).
12. Chitayat D, Hahm S, Marion R, Hutcheon G, Sachs G, Goldman D, Weiss R, Cho S: Further
delineation of the McKusick-Kaufman Hydrometrocolpos-Polydactyly syndrome.
Am J Human Genetics 39; A56, 1986 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum
Genetics annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 1986).
13. Nakagawa S, Chitayat D, Marion R, Sachs G, Shinnar S, Nitowsky HM: Elevated betahexosaminidase and alpha-D-mannosidase in Type I Gaucher disease: A clinical and
biochemical study. Am J Human Genetics 39; A16, 1986 (presented at a poster
session, Am Soc Hum Genetics annual meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November,
1986).
14. Wiznia AA, Marion RW, Hutcheon RG, Campbell D, Calvelli T, Rubinstein A: Prediction of
HIV seropositivity in a newborn and mother based on features of the fetal AIDS
syndrome in the child. Pediatr Research 21: 211A; 1987.
15. Diamond G, Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Belman A, Cohen HJ, Rubinstein A: Dizygotic twins
discordant for HIV infection: A multidisciplinary study. Pediatr Research
21: 422A; 1987.
16. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Shah K, Rubinstein A: Fetal AIDS syndrome: Lack of correlation
with maternal drug use. III International Congress on AIDS Abstracts Volume, 135,
1987 (presented at a poster session, III International Congress on AIDS, June 3,
1987).
17. Marion RW, Chitayat DA, Hutcheon RG, Neidich J, Warman M: Trisomy 18 score: A
reliable clinical test for trisomy 18. Am J Human Genetics 41: A74; 1987.
(presented at a poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, San Diego,
Ca, 10/8/87).
18. Nakagawa S, Chitayat DA, Marion RW, Sachs GS, Hahm SYE, Goldman HS, Nitowsky HM:
Aspartylglucosaminuria in a Puerto Rican family: Additional features of a panethnic disorder. Am J Human Genetics 41: A13; 1987.
19. Wechsler M, Papa C, Haberman B, Marion RW: Variable expression in focal dermal
hypoplasia: An example of "unfavorable Lyonization"?. Am J Human Genetics 41:
A89; 1987. (presented at a poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual meeting, San
Diego Ca, 10/7/87).
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20. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Lyman WD, Kashkin J, Rubinstein A: Is the HIV embryopathy
caused by abnormal development of neural crest cells? Pediatr Res 23:269A, 1988.
21. Das K, Chitayat DA, Marion RW: Detection and enumeration of colonic mucosal cells in
amniotic fluid using a cell-specific monoclonal antibody. Am J Human Genetics
41:A272; 1987. (presented at poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual
meeting, San Diego, Ca, 10/7/87).
22. Wiznia A, Marion R, Hutcheon G, Rubinstein A: Further delineation of the HIV
embryopathy. IV International Congress on AIDS, Abstract Volume 1988.
23. Conway EE, Marion RW, Goldberg R, Steeg CN, Mitsudo S: Myocardial infarction in the
Williams syndrome: A cause of sudden death. Am J Hum Genet 43:A44,1988.
24. Marion RW. Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: Further delineation of the HIV
Embryopathy. Am J Human Genetics 43:A60,1988.
25. Anderson IJ, Marion RW, Goldberg RB, Upholt WB, Tsipouras P: Spondyloepiphyseal
dysplasia congenita: Evidence for genetic linkage to the COL2A1 locus.
Pediatr Research 25:138A,1989. (presented at platform slide session, SPR/APS
annual meeting, Washington, DC, May, 1989).
26. Marion R, Goldberg R, Young R, Jorgenson R, Shprintzen R, Shroer R: The GRANDDAD
syndrome: A disorder combining growth delay, "aged facies," normal development,
and deficiency of subcutaneous fat. Am J Human Genetics 45: A53; 1989
(presented at poster session, American Soc Hum Genetics meeting, Nov, 1989).
27. Schwartz RC, Watkins D, Fryer AE, Goldberg R, Marion R, Polomeno RC, Spallone A,
Upadhyaya M, Harper P, Tsipouras P: Non-allelic genetic heterogeneity in the
vitreoretinal degenerations of the Stickler and Wagner types and evidence for
intragenic recombinations at the COL2A1 locus. Am J Hum Genet 45: A219; 1989
(presented at platform slide session, American Soc Hum Genetics meeting,
November, 1989).
28. Goldberg RB, Marion RW, Pritzker H, Wang F, Anderson I, Tsipouras P:
Spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita: Evidence of variability of expression in a
large family. Am J Human Genetics 45:A46; 1989 (presented at platform slide
session, Am Soc Hum Genet meeting, November, 1989).
29. Paulson C, Mann E. Rabin A, Marion R, Nitowsky H, Schmidt R: Premature centromeric
separation in an obligate heterozygote for Roberts-SC phocomelia syndrome. Am J
Hum Genet 45: A87; 1989 (presented at poster session, American Soc Hum
Genetics meeting, November, 1989)
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30. Marion RW, Motzkin BA, Neidich JA, Davis JG, Traeger EC: Long-term survival in the
Jarcho-Levin syndrome is related to lack of respiratory distress in the newborn
period. Am J Human Genetics 47:A66,1990.
31. Conway EE, Noonan J, Marion RW, Steeg CN: Myocardial infarction leading to sudden
death in the Williams syndrome: Report of three cases. Am J Hum Genet
47:A52,1990 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genetics meeting,
Cincinatti, Ohio, October, 1990).
32. Motzkin BA, Goldberg R, Wechsler M, Marion RW: Brain imaging in variants of the
holoprosencephaly malformation sequence: The face is the best predictor of the
brain. Am J Human Genetics 47:A68,1990.
33. Marion RW, Marzullo L, Stein JHR, Goldberg R, Schendel L, Brown R, Schaefer D:
Prognostic indicators of developmental outcome in infants with meningomyelocele.
Am J Hum Genet 49 (supp):149; 1991. (presented at poster session, 8th International
Cong of Human Genetics, Washington, DC, Oct, 1991)
34. Goldberg RB, Shprintzen RJ, Marion RW, Guthrie E: Late onset psychosis in the
velocardiofacial syndrome. Am J Human Genetics 49 (supp):312;1991 (presented at
poster session, 8th International Congress of Human Genetics meeting, Washington,
DC, October 7, 1991).
35. Motzkin B, Goldberg R, Shprintzen R, Marion R, Saenger P: Variable phenotypes in
velocardiofacial patients with chromosomal deletions. Pediatr Res 31:70A,1992
(presented at platform slide session, SPR/APS meeting, Baltimore, MD, April,
1992).
36. Karasik JB, Garcia DM, Pritzker H, Marion RW: Deletion of 1q21q24 in a patient with
features of microcephalic osteodysplastic primordial dwarfism, type II. Am J
Human Genet 51;A82,1992 (presented at poster session, American Society of
Human Genetics, San Francisco, Nov 11, 1992).
37. Garcia D, Karasik J, Marion R: Apparent dominant transmission of Rubinstein-Taybi
syndrome. Am J Human Genet 51;A95,1992 (presented at poster session, American
Soc of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November 12, 1992).
38. Marion R, Garcia D, Karasik J: Apparent dominant transmission of Hallermann-Streiff
syndrome. Am J Hum Genet 51;A102,1992 (presented at poster session, Am Soc of
Human Genetics, San Francisco, November 10, 1992).
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39. Dowling PK, Marion RW, Lesser ES, Schmidt R: A dicentric marker chromosome [inv
dup(15)(pterq11.2:;q11.2pter)] associated with perinatal leukemoid reaction and
situs inversus totalis. Am J Human Genet 51; A288, 1992.
40. Pelayo R, Barasch E, Kang H, Marion R, Moshe SL: Progressively intractable seizures and
alopecia. (Presented at the 46th Annual Eastern Association of
Electroencephalographers, Dec 3, 1992, NY, NY).
41. Marion RW: Did Napoleon have the late-onset form of 17-ketosteroid reductase deficiency?
Am J Hum Genet 52;A , 1993.
42. Salomon M, Ramaswamy P, Garcia D, Marion RW: Hyperthermia as a complication of
Prader-Willi syndrome: Report of 2 additional patients. Am J Hum Genet 52;A ,
1993. (presented at a poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet, New Orleans, La.,
October 4, 1993).
43. Marion R, Shanske A, Goldberg R, Sicklick M, Wiznia A, Shprintzen R: Prevalence of
immune dysfunction in velo-cardio-facial syndrome. Am J Med Genet 1994.
(presented at a platform slide session, Am Col Med Genet, 1st Annual Meeting,
Kissimmee, FL, March 16, 1994).
44. Dorf SB, Caride DG, Schendel L, Marion RW: Factors determining decision to have
subsequent children after the birth of a child with spina bifida in an inner city
population. Am J Hum Genet 54; A141; 1994. (presented at poster session, Am
Soc of Hum Genetics annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, October 16, 1994).
45. Menasse-Palmer L, Leo J, Cannizaro L, Parnes B, Glickstein J, Shanske A, Marion R: Partial
trisomy 14q and monosomy 20q due to an unbalanced familial translocation. Am J
Hum Genet 54: A320; 1994.
46. Rosenberg R, Greenhill K, Marion RW, Brown WT, Jenkins E: Unexpectedly low incidence
of fragile X syndrome in a developmentally disabled inner city population. Am J
Hum Genet 54: A116; 1994. (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet
annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, Oct. 16, 1994).
47. Bogdanow A, Menasse-Palmer L, Lesser I, Levy P, Marion R: Association between RussellSilver syndrome and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder and/or learning
disabilities: Report of 16 cases. Am J Hum Genet 57: A84, 1995 (presented at
poster session, American Soc of Human Genetics meetings, Minneapolis, 10/95).
48. Eisig S, Marion R, Shprintzen R, Shanske AL: Hemimaxillofacial dysplasia: A report of 2
new cases and further delineation of the disorder. Am J Hum Genet 57: A88,
1995. (presented at poster session, American Society of Human Genetics meetings,
Minneapolis, Oct, 1995).
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49. Kim ES, Bogdanow A, Menasse-Palmer L, Marion R, Shanske AL: Cystic hygroma and
massive hydrops in a 45,X fetus with obstructive uropathy. Am J Hum Genet 57:
A310, 1995.
50. Menasse-Palmer L, Bogdanow A, Hantman E, Pritzker H, Marion R: Further delineation of
acromesomelic dysplasia: Report of 2 cases. Am J Hum Genet 57: A97, 1995
(presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet meetings, Minneapolis, Oct, 1995).
51. Shprintzen RJ, Shanske AL, Marion RW, Goldberg R: The expansive phenotype of velocardio-facial syndrome: A review of 206 cases. Am J Human Genet 59: A20, 1996.
(presented at platform slide session, American Society of Human Genetics annual
meeting, San Francisco, CA,
October 31, 1996.
52. Robin NH, Scott JA, Arnold JE, Goldstein JA, Shilling BB, Marion R, Muencke M, Cohen
MM: A better than expected developmental outcome in Pfeiffer syndrome type 3.
Am J Med Genet 59: A36, 1996 (presented at platform slide session, Am Soc
Human Genetics annual meeting, Nov 1, 1996, San Francisco, CA.)
53. Dowling P, Schmidt, White BJ, Russell B, Marion R, Cazano C, Salem M, Shanske A: The
simultaneous occurrence of a r(1) and a r(16) in twins. Am J Hum Genet 59:A116,
1996 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics meeting, San
Francisco, CA, October, 1996).
54. Marion RW, Schendel L, Caride DG, Cardeiro DJ, Bogdanow A: Mortality and outcome in
children with myelomeningocele: A 10 year experience. Am J Hum Genet
59:A169, 1996 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual
meeting, San Francisco, CA, October, 1996).
55. Bernstein P, Gross SJ, Cohen DJ, Tiller GR, Shanske AL, Bombard AT, Marion RW: Prenatal
diagnosis of Pfeiffer syndrome, type 2. Am J Hum Genet 59: A317, 1996
(presented at poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, San
Francisco, CA, October, 1996).
56. Bogdanow A, Goodrich J, Hantman E, Shanske A, Marion R: A new autosomal dominant
trigonocephaly syndrome with dysmorphic facies and congenital heart disease. Am
J Hum Genet 59: A348, 1996.
57. Soper R, Gross SJ, Kutcher R, Kim ES, Caride D, Marion RW: Prenatal diagnosis of cerebrooculo-facio-skeletal syndrome.(presented at poster session, American Institute of
Ultrasound in Medicine annual meeting, San Diego, Ca, March, 1997).
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58. Seiff M, Keating R, Seimon L, Marion R, Goodrich J: Long term outcome in
myelomeningocele: These kids are doing better than you think (presented at the
annual meeting of the American Association of Neurological Surgeon,
November, 1996).
59. Mbekeani JN et al.: Bilateral iris hypoplasia associated with cardiovascular and urogenital
anomalies: A new autosomal dominantly inherited syndrome? (presented at
the annual meeting of the American Acad of Ophthalm)
60. Jacobson Z, Glickstein J, Hensel T, Marion RW: Further delineation of the Opitz G/BBB
syndrome: Report of a child with complex congenital heart disease and bladder
exstrophy. Am J Hum Genet 61:A102, 1997 (presented at poster session, Am Soc
Hum Genet annual meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, October 30, 1997).
61. Ferreira J, Ben-Yishay M, Gross SJ, Pulijaal V, Gogineni, Nitowsky HM, Morrow B,
Goldberg R, Marion R: Prenatal diagnosis of familial velocardiofacial syndrome:
Clinical and counseling issues. Am J Hum Genet 61:A152, 1997 (presented at poster
session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual meeting, Baltimore, Oct 30, 1997).
62. Kramer L, Levy P, Bogdanow A, Hantman E, Marion R: Presenting features in the
mucopolysaccharidoses: A review of 12 consecutive cases. Am J Hum
Genet:A395,1997.
63. Sylvestre G, McDermott DA, Carter SM, Pulijaal VR, Marion RW, Gross SJ: Expansion of
the mosaic trisomy 15 phenotype in a liveborn infant: clinical and cytogenetic study.
Am J Human Genet 63:A122, 1998 (presented at a poster session, American Society
of Human Genetics annual meeting, Denver, Colorado, October, 1998).
63. Marion RW, Rojas BM, Romanowitz H, Lasley LK, Borras L, Mate-Kole J, Powell S, Sadek
K, Caine E: Unbalanced autosomal chromosomal translocation carried by mosaic
mother ofaffected offspring. Am J Hum Genet 63:A144, 1998 (presented at poster
session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual meeting, Denver, Colorado, Oct, 1998).
64. Huie ML, Kasper JS, Shanske AL, Marion RW, Hirschhorn R: A large (9kb) Alu mediated
deletion extending past the 3' end of the gene in Glycogen Storage Disease Type II.
Am J Hum Genet Am J Hum Genet 63:A365, 1998 (presented at poster session, Am
Soc Hum Genet annual meeting, Denver, Colorado, Oct, 1998).
65. Shanske AL, Ferreira JC, Attiyeh E, Marion RW: Hirschsprung disease in an infant with a
contiguous gene syndrome of chromosome 13. Pediatr Res , 1999 (presented at
poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, Oct 1999) .
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66. Shapiro LR, Gewitz M, Woolf P, Fish B, Ingram S, Golden BF, Marion RW: Recognition of
congenital heart disease as a component of a distinct Prader-Willi syndrome infant
phenotype due to a combination of mosaic trisomy 15 with maternal uniparental
disomy 15. Am J Hum Genet 65:A71,1999 (presented at poster session, Am Soc
Human Genet annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, Oct. 1999).
67. Bogdanow A, Levy P, Shanske AL, Shprintzen RJ, Marion RW: Shprintzen Goldberg
syndrome: Report of 2 affected half siblings. Am J Hum Genet 65:A143, 1999
(presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual meeting, San Francisco,
CA, Oct, 1999).
68. Goodrich JT, Orlow S, Staffenberg D, Marion R, Eisig S, Shanske A: Unusual distribution of
acanthosis nigricans in Crouzonodermatoskeletal syndrome. Am J Hum Genet
65:A150, 1999 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual meeting,
San Francisco, CA, Oct. 1999).
69. Schneider EN, Bogdanow A, Goodrich JT, Marion RW, Cohen MM Jr: Fronto-ocular
dysplasia: A newly recognized trigonocephaly syndrome. Am J Hum Genet
65:A343, 1999 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet meeting, SF, CA,
Oct, 1999).
70. Shanske A, Kang H, Shprintzen RJ, Goodrich J, Marion R: Proteus syndrome with infantile
myofibromatosis and severely disturbed adipose growth and differentiation. Am J
Hum Genet 65:A344, 1999 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum Genet annual
meeting, San Francisco, CA, 1999).
71. Orlow SJ, Marion R, Duncan C, Gu H, Genovese M, Jenkins E, Shanske A: Hypohidrotic
ectodermal dysplasia and hypomelanosis of Ito in a girl with a de novo
transolocation (X:13)(q13;p11.2). Am J Hum Genet 65:A353, 1999 (presented at
poster session, Am Soc Hum Gen annual meeting, San Fran, CA, Oct, 1999).
72. Shanske AL, Korkko J, Marion R: The "Marshall Chronicles:" Splicing mutation of 54-bp
exon in the COL11A1 gene not found in four generation family with Marshall
syndrome (MIM 154780). Am J Hum Genet 67:110; 2000 (presented at poster
session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, Philadelphia, Oct, 2000).
73. Marion RW, Mendelson A: First, the bad news: What people with Marfan syndrome (MS)
find when they search the internet for information. Am J Hum Genet 67:203, 2000
(presented at poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, Philadelphia,
October, 2000).
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74. Carter S, Einy R, Bobby P, Marion R: Hypermobility type (HT) Ehlers Danlos syndrome
(EDS) and pregnancy: A Case Report. Am J Hum Genet 67:414, 2000 (presented at
poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, Philadelphia, Oct, 2000).
75. Gogineni SK, Wieting I, Shanske A, Marion RW, Iacoboni D, Gross SJ, Nitowsky HM, Carter
SM, Ehrnepreis R, Goldberg Y, Bobby P, Pulijaal VR: Molecular cytogenetic
studies in a family with a half cryptic translocation involving the WolfHirschorn syndrome critical region. Am J. Hum Genet 69:317, 2001 (presented at
poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, San Diego, CA, Oct 15,
2001).
76. Pulijaal VR, Gogineni SK, Gross SJ, Iacoboni D, Marion RW, Shanske A: Molecular
characterization of a satellited chromosome 22 in a patient with mental retardation
and no dysmorphic features. Am J Hum Genet 69:327, 2001 (presented at poster
session, Am Soc Human Genetics annual meeting, San Diego, October 16, 2001).
77. Eckstein O, Marion R, Upadhayama M, Xin W, Stemmer-Rachamimov A, MacCollin M:
Familial occurrence of both neurofibromatosis 1 and neurofibromatosis 2: Clinical
and molecular analysis (presented at poster session, Annual Clinical Genetics
meetings, New Orleans, LA, March 2002).
78. Dolan SM, Bracero P, Riess A, Shanske AL, Marion RW, Gross S: First trimester diagnosis
of Bartsocas-Papas syndrome by transvaginal sonography: Case report and review of
the literature. (presented at poster session, Annual Clinical Genetics meetings, New
Orleans, LA, March 2002).
79. Marion RW, Schendel L, Hantman E: Folic acid fortification decreases the rate of spina bifida
(SB) in an inner city population by 67%. Am J Hum Genet 71: 366a, 2002
(presented at poster session at the American Soc Human Genet meeting,
Baltimore, MD, October 2002).
80. Shur N, Vega-Rich C, Shanske AL, Marion RW: Non-lethal form of rhizomelic
chondrodysplasia punctata: Report of a case and review of the literature. Am J Hum
Genet 71: 413a, 2002. (presented at poster session at the Am Soc Human Genetics
meetings, Baltimore, MD, October 2002).
81. Goodrich JT, Harmatz P, Levy PA, Marion RW: Loss of vision in MPS VI is a consequence
of increased intracranial pressure. Am J Hum Genet 71:423a, 2002 (presented at
poster session, Am Soc of Human Genetics meeting, Baltimore, MD, October 2002).
82. Marion R, Campbell C: Teaching genomic medicine to third year medical students: The
Einstein experience. Am J Human Genet 73:361, 2003 (presented at a poster
session, Am Soc Human Genetics meeting, Los Angeles, November 2003).
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83. Shur N, Marion R et al. Rhizomelic chondrodysplasia punctata and maternal autoimmune
disease: A new case and review of the literature. Am J Human Genet 73:263, 2003
(presented at a poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics meeting, Los Angeles,
November 2003).
84. Barbouth D, Zohouri M, Ramesh KH, Cannizzaro LA, Pulijaal VR, Marion RW: Atypical
phenotype associated with del 18q21.31: Case study and review of the literature.
Am J Hum Genet 73:277, 2003 (presented at poster session, Am Soc Hum
Genetics meeting, Los Angeles, November 2003)
85. Levy PA, Marion RW: Teaching about genetic disorders: A survey of resident understanding
of inborn errors of metabolism. Am J Hum Genet 73:361, 2003 (presented at a
poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics meeting, Los Angeles, November 2003).
86. Miller S, Marion RW et al: Workshop: Teaching Genomic Medicine to Pediatric Clerks: The
Future is now! (presented at Pediatric Academic Society meetings, San Francisco,
CA, May 4, 2004).
87. Marion R, Goodrich J, Staffenberg D: Staged separation of craniopagus conjoined twins:
Medical and neurodevelopmental follow-up one year after separation. Abstract Book, p 140
(presented at a poster session, Am Soc Human Genetics 55th Annual Meeting, Salt Lake
City, Utah, Oct 25-29, 2005).
88. Shur N, Dolan S, Klugman S, Gross S, Marion R: The potential for false reassurance in
prenatal care: The case of a 37 year old woman with a normal quad screen and a baby born
with Down syndrome (presented at platform session, Am College of Medical Genetics
meeting, San Diego, CA, March 24, 2006).
89. Marion R, Shur N, Peeters N, Wuyts W: A novel pathologic variant in the WFS1 gene in a
patient with Wolfram syndrome (presented at poster session, Am College of Med Genetics
meeting, San Diego, CA, March 25, 2006).
90. Samanich J, Shur N, Marion R: The “Genetic Picture of the Week” Contest: An interactive
method for teaching syndromes to residents (presented at poster session, PAS meetings, San
Francisco, CA, May 1, 2006).
91. Shur N, Marion R, Samanich J, Schaffer J, Roe A: An atypical presentation of systemic
epidermal nevus syndrome in childhood. Abstract book (presented at poster session, Am Soc
Human Genetics 56th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, Oct 10, 2006)
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92. Shur N, Marion R: The Geneticist’s view of Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease: A Case Report that
Suggests the Need to Screen for Inherited Thrombophilias. Presented at poster session,
American College of Medical Genetics meeting, Florida, February 2007.
93. Samanich J, Fiorino E, Vicencio A, Marion R: A Southern Italian CFTR mutation in a
Jordanian girl with cystic fibrosis (CF). Presented at poster session, American College of
Medical Genetics annual meeting, Florida, February 2007.
94. Marion R, Schendel, L, Goodrich J, Seimon L, Kogan S, Borkow R: The Spina Bifida Clinic
at Blythedale: A 20 year perspective. (presented at poster presentation, Am Soc Human
Genetics 57th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, Oct, 2007).
95. Shur N, Marion R, Greally J: An unusual finding in a child with a presumably balanced
11:22 translocation: The importance of array CGH. (presented at poster session, Am Soc
Human Genetics 57th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, Oct, 2007).
96. Marion RW: The Spina Bifida Clinic at Blythedale: A 20 year perspective. (presented at
Platform session, AUCD annual meeting, Washington DC, Nov 2007).
97. Valicenti-McDermott M, Burrows B, Tibbetts J, Marion R, Shulman L: Advancing maternal
age in children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and Language Regression (presented at
poster session, PAS annual meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 2008).
98. Pope KO, Paljevic ED, Walsh CA, McDonald T, Marion RW: Caring for families at risk for
sudden death (SD): The organization and early outcomes of a multidisciplinary cardiogenetics
clinic (presented at poster session, American Society of Human Genetics 58th Annual
Meeting, November 2008, Philadelphia, PA).
99. Babcock M, Samanich J, Marion RW, Levy P, Shanske A, Pope K, Yachelevich N, Hsu DT,
Pan Q, Huang KT, Cannizzaro L, Ramesh KH, Montagna C, Flynn L, Morrow BE: Copy
number variations associated with developmental disorders in a Bronx minority population
(presented at poster session, American Soc Human Genetics 59th annual meeting,
Honolulu, Hawaii, Oct 21, 2009.
100. Cole PD, Dorfman A, Marion RW, O’Hanlon-Curry J: Methotrexate induces measurable
deficits in verbal memory within days of exposure. Am Soc of Pediatr Hem/Onc
(submitted for presentation).
101. Marion R, Valicenti-McDermott R,M, Grider T, Burrows B: Maternal age distribution at
the time of birth of children with autism spectrum disorder (presented at poster
symposium, PAS Annual Meeting, Vancouver BC, Canada, May 2010).
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102. Ridgway E, Kornhaber L, Siegel, J, Cantres L, Marion R: Enabling community
participation for adults with spina bifida in the Bronx (presented at poster session,
ASB, April 2010)
103. Tan B-H, Song C, Tester DJ, Zhou Q, Marion RW, McDonald TV, Ackerman MJ,
Makielski JC: Arrhythmogenic biophysical phenotype for SCN5A mutation S1787N
depends upon splice variant background and low pH. American Heart Association 2010
annual meeting (submitted).
104. Dolan SM, Marion RW, McDonald TV, Wasserman D: Ethical and social implication of
genetic testing in the case of unexpected deaths: Translational of cardiogenic knowledge to
clinical practice. International Conference on Perinatal and Infant Death Annual Meeting
(selected for platform presentation).
105. DeGroat N, Cohen L, Marion RW, Walsh CA, McDonald TV, Dolan SM: Ethical, legal,
and social implications of genetic testing in the case of unexpected deaths: The translation
of cardiogenetic knowledge to clinical practice. 4th National Conference on Genomics and
Public Health: Using Genomic Information to Improve Health Now and in the Future
(submitted).
106. McDermott DA, Cohen LL, Dolan SM, Marion R: Cardiogenetics: Developing a Model for
Successful Implementation of Personalized Genetic Medicine. (presented at poster session,
ASHG annual meeting, Washington DC, November 2010)
D. Letters to the editor
1. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: HIV embryopathy and
neurocristopathies (response to letter by Calvani). Am J Dis Child 142: 10; 1988.
2. Marion RW: Reply to letter re: "A Dip in the Pool." JAMA 259:1496; 1988.
3. Marion RW, Wiznia AA, Hutcheon RG, Rubinstein A: Craniofacial dysmorphism in children
with human immunodeficiency virus infection [Letter]. J Pediatr 113:784; 1988.
4. Marion RW: Eleven pairs of ribs in trisomy 18 [Response to a letter by Ho]. J Pediatr
114:902,1989.
5. Karasik JB, Marion RW: Gastrointestinal and renal malformations associated with prenatal
exposure to alcohol and other teratogens. Am J Med Genet 42:853, 1992.
6. Marion RW: Response to Dr. Hook re. "The Unsolvable Puzzle." Am J Med Genet
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7. Shanske A, Bogdanow A, Shprintzen RJ, Marion RW: Marshall syndrome and a defect at the
COL11A1 locus. Am J Med Genet 63:1558-61, 1998
8. Shanske AL, Marion RW: Mosaic trisomy of a small r(1) with an abnormal phenotype. Am J
Med Genet 110:413, 2002
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