Caleb Ing

Caleb Ing

Caleb Ing

Assistant Professor
Epidemiology at the Columbia University Medical Center

Office/Address:

622 W. 168th St. BHN 4-440
New York NY 10032
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Biography

Dr. Ing completed his training in anesthesiology and pediatric anesthesia at Columbia University Medical Center. Following his clinical training, he pursued further training in research methods at the Mailman School of Public Health. His current research involves evaluating short and long-term outcomes in children after surgery and anesthesia. The primary focus of his work are the long-term cognitive outcomes in children exposed to anesthesia at a young age. His research has helped to identify specific cognitive outcomes to evaluate in children exposed to anesthesia as well as some potentially vulnerable groups of children. Dr. Ing has also worked to understand complications in children occurring in the operating room including adverse events and intraoperative hemodynamics in infants undergoing spinal anesthesia, as well as other events during in the hospital stay, such as reintubation after surgery and anaphylaxis in pediatric surgical patients.

Education

BS, 2000, Case Western Reserve University
MD, 2004, UT Southwestern Medical Center
MS, 2013, Mailman School of Public Health

Mailman Affiliations

Faculty, Department of Epidemiology

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology

Select Publications

Ing C, DiMaggio C, Whitehouse A, Hegarty MK, Brady J, von Ungern-Sternberg BS, Davidson A, Wood AJJ, Li G, Sun LS. Long-term Differences in Language and Cognitive Function After Childhood Exposure to Anesthesia. Pediatrics Sept 2012; 130: e476-e485.
Ing C, DiMaggio CJ, Malacova E, Whitehouse AJO, Hegarty M, Feng T, Brady J, von Ungern-Sternberg BS, Davidson AJ, Wall MM, Wood AJJ, Li G, Sun LS. Comparative Analysis of Outcome Measures Used in Examining Neurodevelopmental Effects of Early Childhood Anesthesia Exposure. Anesthesiology. 120(6): 1319-32, 2014 Jun.
Ing C, Sun M, Olfson M, DiMaggio CJ, Sun L, Wall MW, Li G: Age at Exposure to Surgery and Anesthesia in Children and Association with Mental Disorder Diagnosis. Anesth Analg. ePub 2017 Aug
Ing C, Wall MM, DiMaggio CJ, Whitehouse AJ, Hegarty MK, Sun M, von Ungern-Sternberg BS, Li G, Sun LS: Latent Class Analysis of Neurodevelopmental Deficit after Exposure to Anesthesia in Early Childhood
 J Neurosurg Anesthesiol. 29(3) 264-273 2017 Jul.
Ing C, Hegarty MK, Perkins JW, Whitehouse AJO, DiMaggio CJ, Sun M, Andrews H, Li G, Sun LS, von Ungern-Sternberg BS: Duration of Anaesthetic Exposure in Early Childhood and Long-term Language and Cognitive Ability. Br J Anaesth. 119(3): 532-540, 2017 Sept.
Sun LS, Li G, Miller TLK, Salorio C, Byrne MW, Bellinger DC, Ing C, Park R, Radcliffe J, Hays SR, DiMaggio CJ, Cooper TJ, Rauh V, Maxwell LG, Youn A, McGowan FX: Association Between a Single General Anesthesia Exposure Before Age 36 Months and Neurocognitive Outcomes
in Later Childhood. JAMA 315(21): 2312-2320, 2016 Jun.
Ing C, DiMaggio CJ, Whitehouse AJO, Hegarty M, Sun M, von Ungern-Sternberg BS, Davidson AJ, Wall MM, Li G, Sun LS. Neurodevelopmental Outcomes After Initial Childhood Anesthetic Exposure Between Ages 3 and 10 Years. J Neurosurg Anesthesiol. 26(4): 377-86, 2014 Oct.
Ing C, Sun LS, Friend AF, Kim M, Berman MF, Paganelli W, Li G, Williams R: Differences in Intraoperative Hemodynamics Between Spinal and General Anesthesia in Infants Undergoing Pyloromyotomy. Paediatr Anaesth. 27(7): 733-741, 2017 Jul.
Ing C, Sun LS, Friend AF, Roh A, Lei S, Andrews H, Li G, Williams R: Adverse Events and Resource Utilization in Spinal and General Anesthesia in Infants Undergoing Pyloromyotomy. Reg Anesth Pain Med. 41(4): 2016 Jul-Aug.
Sun S, Ma X, Li G, Ing C: Epidemiologic Patterns of In-Hospital Anaphylaxis in Pediatric Surgical Patients. J Allergy Clin Immun (in press)

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