Paul Aronson is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and of Emergency Medicine in the Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine. His educational interests include teaching evidence-assisted medicine and engaging residents in scholarly activities, and he leads the Research Track for the residency program. His primary areas of research are the evaluation and management of the febrile young infant and shared decision-making with parents in the emergency department, and he is an investigator for several multicenter research networks. He enjoys any and all sports, focusing on Yale and Duke teams and the sports his son Eli and daughter Hayley play, particularly hockey and baseball. Mostly, he likes spending time with his wife and kids and exploring all that Connecticut has to offer.
|The Mae Gailani, MD Junior Faculty Award||2018|
|Howard A. Pearson, M.D. Pediatric Faculty Teaching Award||2016|
|Eastern Society for Pediatric Research Travel Award||2012|
|Pediatric Hospital Medicine Abstract Research Award||American Academy of Pediatrics, Section on Hospital Medicine||2011|
|William Pottash Fellow Teacher of the Year Award||The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia||2010|
|Senior Resident Teaching Award||The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia||2008|