Mark R. Hincapie, MD, FAAP

  • Fellow, PGY-6

Mark was born in New York City and raised in Central Jersey. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Notre Dame. After nonprofit work in Houston, he returned to the east coast for medical school at New York Medical College. He completed his pediatric residency at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. He and his wife moved to Pittsburgh for fellowship and are happy to continue meeting great mentors. His career interests are in health services research, social emergency medicine, geospatial disparities, public health informatics, and advocacy.

Fellow Biographical Details

Hometown

Monroe Township, New Jersey

College or Medical School

University of Notre Dame; New York Medical College

Residency

University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville

Research Project
  • Enhanced Access Services are Associated with Decreased Low-Acuity Pediatric Emergency Department Visits
  • Geospatial Analysis of Pediatric Enhanced Access Services and Associated Low Acuity Emergency Department Utilization
  • ED Implementation of Social Resource Referrals with a Community Based Organization
  • The Association between Nontraumatic Dental Visits to a Pediatric Emergency Department and the Barriers to Outpatient Dental Health
  • Disparities in the Management of Febrile Infants at Low-Risk for Invasive Bacterial Infection
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine Collaborative Research Committee (PEMCRC)
Research Project Mentor
Hobbies and Interests

Notre Dame football, family

Personal Biography

Married, daughter, dog

Travel Interests and Languages

Fluent in Spanish

"Likes" about UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

He enjoys going to work every day because of the staff and community that we serve. There are many initiatives throughout the hospital that put patients first and truly are/will make an impact long-term.

Professional and Scientific Society Memberships

  • American Academy of Pediatrics, 2015-Present
    • Section on Pediatric Trainees, 2016-Present
    • Florida Chapter, 2016-Present
    • Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness, 2018-2019
    • Section on Advances in Therapeutics and Technology, 2018-2020
    • Section on International Child Health, 2019-Present
    • Pennsylvania Chapter, 2019-Present
    • Section on Emergency Medicine, 2020-Present
    • Section on Minority Health, Equity, and Inclusion, 2020-Present
    • Council of Clinical Information Technology, 2021-Present
    • Section on Emergency Medicine - Advocacy Committee, 2021-Present
    • Fellow, 2019-Present
  • Society of Pediatric Research, Junior Member, 2019-Present
  • American Pediatric Association, 2021-Present

Education & Training

  • BS, University of Notre Dame, 2010
  • MD, New York Medical College, 2016
  • Internship in Pediatrics, University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville, 2016-2017
  • Residency in Pediatrics, University of Florida College of Medicine - Jacksonville, 2017-2019

Selected Publications

Hendry P, Roycik A, Davidman R, Montgomery J, Ebler D, Hincapie MR, Borkowski C. Using Epidemiology and Pediatric Direction to Inform Air Medical Quality Improvement. Air Medical Journal. 39(1) 2020: 44-50. PubMed PMID: 32044068.

Cramer N, Cantwell L, Ong H, Sivasankar SM, Graff D, Lawson SL, Wilson PM, Noorbakhsh KA, Mickley M, Zuckerbraun NS, Sobolewski B, Soung JK, Azhdam DB, Neville DN, Hincapie MR, Marin J. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship POCUS Training in 2020. Accepted to AEM Education and Training. DOI: 10.1002/aet2.10643.

Hincapie MR, Chen K. “Foreign Body Appendicitis.” Consultant. 2019; 59(2): 55-57. 

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