Gregory Carter Williamson, MD

  • Resident, PGY-2

Gregory Williamson, MD, is a resident physician in the UPMC Department of Pediatrics and UPMC Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine. He is in the combined pediatric and anesthesiology residency training program at UPMC. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in 2014. He received his Medical Doctorate degree from the Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine in 2019.

Upon graduation from this unique residency training program, he will be a board eligible pediatrician and anesthesiologist. His future career goals include completing a pediatric anesthesiology fellowship training program. His career interests include pediatric anesthesiology, pediatric perioperative medicine and medical student/postgraduate education. His goal is to focus on the perioperative evaluation and optimization of pediatric patients.

Resident Biographical Details

Hometown

Victor, New York

College or Medical School

University of Pittsburgh, Penn State College of Medicine

Hobbies and Interests

Traveling, running, reading

Personal Details

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Travel Interests and Languages

I've been to 37 countries. I love traveling!

"Likes" about UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is an amazing city to live in! I fell in love with this city when I was at the University of Pittsburgh for college. The program here had an awesome opportunity for me with their combined Pediatric and Anesthesia residency. I was really impressed with the people I met here as well as the leadership in both the Pediatric and Anesthesia departments. So overall UPMC was the perfect place for me: an excellent children's hospital in a premier healthcare system in a city I love!

Education & Training

  • BS, Rehabilitation Science, summa cum laude, University of Pittsburgh, 2011-2014
  • MD, The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, 2019

Selected Publications

Williamson G, Ahmed B, Kumar PS, et al. Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Requiring Hospitalization. Pediatrics. 2017;140(3) 

Ahmed BS, Beck MJ, Williamson G, Ericson JE, Kumar P. Pediatric Tetanus in Central Pennsylvania. Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society.

J. M. Bliley, W. N. Sivak, D. M. Minteer, C. Tompkins-Rhoades, J. Day, G. Williamson, H. T. Liao, and K. G. Marra. Ethylene Oxide Sterilization Preserves Bioactivity and Attenuates Burst Release of Encapsulated Glial Cell Line Derived Neurotrophic Factor from Tissue Engineered Nerve Guides For Long Gap Peripheral Nerve Repair. ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 2015, 1, 504−512