Meghan Mack, MD

  • Resident, PGY-5

Administrative Assistant: Denise Childs

Meghan attended the Robert E. Cook Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and graduated with a B.S. in Biology and minor in Chemistry. She completed research on flatworm regeneration under the direction of Dr. Robert Major. Meghan then attended the Penn State Hershey College of Medicine where she had the opportunity to perform research in breast imaging radiology with Dr. Alison Chetlen. It was during medical school that she found her interest in the developing nervous system.

She was thrilled to match at the UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh for Child Neurology Residency. She is currently working on research in the areas of Neuroimmunology (Encephalitis) and General Neurology (PICU admissions in Neurology patients). She was honored to be awarded the First Year Fellow of the Year award for the 2020-2021 academic year. Meghan will be pursuing an Epilepsy fellowship upon graduation from residency.

Resident Biographical Details


Indiana, Pennsylvania

College or Medical School

Penn State Hershey College of Medicine

Hobbies and Interests

Broadway, running, watching and playing sports, crocheting

Travel Interests and Languages

Goal to see all of the U.S. national parks.

"Likes" about UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

Getting to go to work every day with the hardest working, most talented colleagues who are at the same time humble, thoughtful, and fun to be around.

Interesting Fact

Along with friends, I hosted an annual summer musical theatre concert called "Broadway in the Backyard" while in college.

Education & Training

  • BS, Biology, summa cum laude, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2013
  • MD, Penn State University College of Medicine, 2017

Selected Publications

Mack, M., Chetlen, A., & Liao, J. (2015). Incidental Internal Mammary Lymph Nodes Visualized on Screening Breast MRI. American Journal of Roentgenology, 205 (1), 209-214.  10.2214/AJR.14.13586