Kenneth E. Remy, MD, MHSc
Kenneth Remy, MD, MHSc, is an adult and pediatric critical care physician scientist and assistant professor in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine. He is also critical care faculty at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Remy completed dual residencies in internal medicine and pediatrics at Case Western University/University Hospitals of Cleveland/Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, a pediatric critical care fellowship at New York Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia University, and an adult critical care fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. He is quadruple board certified in each of these specialties. Additionally, Remy is formally trained in global health and emergency and disaster preparedness; he has received a certificate of clinical research from the National Institutes of Health. He is also the medical director (ICU captain) for Heart Care International’s Medical Missions and the pediatric critical care global health fellowship director for a ‘first in world’ critical care fellowship in Malawi.
Remy has clinical interests in both adults and children in bioethics, international health, humor therapy, and palliative care. Previous research has been in calcium activated chloride channels in airway smooth muscle and in therapeutics to bacillus anthracis induced shock. His current funded research is focused in host inflammatory response in sepsis after red blood transfusion and related potential immunoadjuvant therapies.