Research & Publications
Dr. Karam is a Professor of Pediatrics. He received his MD degree in 2002 from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He then completed his clinical training in Pediatrics (2007) at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and his fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine (2010) at the University of Montreal, Canada. In addition, he earned an MS in Epidemiology in Montreal and then a Ph.D. in Clinical Research (2017) at the University of Lille, France. In 2010, after completing his fellowship, he joined Geneva University Hospital, serving as the PICU medical director and fellowship program director. He moved to Richmond, Virginia, in 2017, where he was appointed Division Chief in 2019. He joined the Yale Faculty in 2022 as Section Chief.
Dr. Karam’s research focuses on transfusion strategies in critically ill children. He has published close to 150 peer-reviewed publications and serves as an expert on numerous international panels, such as Surviving Sepsis. He also serves on the editorial board and as a reviewer for multiple journals. He provides grant reviews for the NIH and the French Ministry of Health. He serves as a co-Investigator of many sponsored studies. He is also the past chair of BloodNet, the largest pediatric blood research network.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of Lille (2017)
- MScUniversity of Montreal (2011)
- FellowshipSainte Justine Hospital (2010)
- ResidentGeneva University Hospital (2007)
- MDUniversity of Geneva (2002)
- Professor and Chief, Pediatric Critical CareNew Haven, United States 2022
- ProfessorRichmond, United States (2021-2022)
- Chief, Pediatric Critical CareRichmond, United States (2019-2022)
- Associate ProfessorRichmond, United States (2017-2021)
- Assistant ProfessorGeneva, Switzerland (2010-2017)