​Raja Nandyal, MD
Director of Transition Clinic
Medical Director of Oklahoma Infant Transition Program (OITP)
Professor
Neonatologist


Expertise:
Neuro-developmental Care; Medical Home for Neonates; Neonatal Morbidity and Mortality, Bereavement and Palliative Care, Patient Communication

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Education:
Andhra Medical College, India MB, BS - 1970 
Internship: Flexible/Rotating at King George Hospital, India - 1971 
Dissertation in Internal Medicine Residency: Govt. General Hospital, Cardioversion and Management of Tachyarrythmias - 1975 
Pediatric Residency: Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, University of Illinois Hospital, Chicago, IL - 1981 
Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship: Children's Hospital of Michigan and Hutzel Hospital, Wayne State University - 1986 


Selected Publications:
Congenital Alveolar Capillary Dysplasia and New Associations: A Case Series with a Report of New Associations and Literature Review- Nandyal, Parham, Yu, Escobedo. Medical Reports & Case Studies. Med Rep Case Stud 2017, 2:1

To Transfuse or Not to Transfuse”-A Neonatologist’s Daily Dilemma- Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases- Nandyal. J Hematol Thrombo Dis 2016, 4:4

Raja R Nandyal- “A Commentary on Community Violence and Pregnancy Health Behaviors and Outcomes”- Invited by the Editor of Southern Medical Journal (Journal of the Southern Medical Association) Published in SMJ August 2014, Volume 107 - Issue 8

Shelley M. Lawrence, MD; Raja Nandyal, MD; Gene Hallford, PhD; Michael Anderson, PhD2; Natalie Hart, MD: “Changes in Hematocrit Following a Blood Transfusion Does Not Influence the Risk for Necrotizing Enterocolitis: a Case-Control Study” – published in the Journal of Perinatal Medicine. J Neonatal Perinatal Med. 2014;7(1):21-7.

Nandyal, R, Sekar, K: A review Article – Specialist Lecture; Title: “Late preterm Infant: Nature’s Unfinished Master Piece”- Chinese Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics. 2013 Vol. 15 (12): 1037-1044.

Philips RM, Goldstein M, Hougland K, Nandyal R, Pizzica A, Santa-Donato A, Staebler S, Stark AR, Treiger TM, Yost E: “Multi-disciplinary guidelines for the Care of Late Preterm Infants”- Journal of Perinatology (2013) 33, S5–S22 (Nandyal R and Staebler S- co-authored In-Hospital section)

Nandyal R, Arthur Owora, Elizabeth Risch, David Bard, Barbara Bonner, Mark Chaffin: “Special Care Needs and Risk for Child Maltreatment Reports Among Babies That Graduated From the Neonatal Intensive Care”- Child Abuse & Neglect 37 (2013) 1114–1121.