Justin A. Indyk, MD, PhD :: Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio

Justin A. Indyk, MD, PhD

Justin A. Indyk, MD, PhD

Contact Information

Endocrinology & Metabolism & Diabetes
700 Children's Dr
Columbus, OH 43205 [ map ]
PH: (614) 722-4425
FX: (614) 722-4440

Biography

Justin A. Indyk, MD, PhD is a member of the Section of Endocrinology and Metabolism at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. After completing undergraduate studies at University of California at San Diego, (in La Jolla, CA), Dr. Indyk went on to complete his MD and PhD degrees at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, on Long Island, in 2003 and went on to Pediatric internship/residency and then Pediatric Endocrinology fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Dr. Indyk is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in Pediatrics and Pediatric Endocrinology. Dr. Indyk’s clinical and research interests include Adrenal Disorders, Diabetes, Genetics, and Disorders of Sexual Development and Puberty. His teaching activities include education on Diabetes, Growth and Thyroid disorders. Administrative roles include the development of our Electronic Medical Records systems as well as representing the Endocrinology Program on the US News and World Report Survey Committee.

Gender:

  • Male

Languages Spoken:

  • English
  • Spanish

Education and Training

Medical School

  • State University of New York - Stony Brook
    Date Completed: 12/20/2003

Residency

  • Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
    Date Completed: 06/30/2007

Fellowship

  • Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
    Date Completed: 06/30/2010

Department:

  • Pediatrics

Section:

  • Endocrinology & Metabolism & Diabetes

Specialty:

  • Pediatric Endocrinology
  • Pediatrics

Date of Appointment at Nationwide Children’s Hospital:

  • 09/01/2010

Publications

  • Coshway LK, Indyk JA, Bowden SA. 2014. Repeating ACTH Stimulation Test is Necessary to Diagnose ACTH Deficiency in Neonatal Hypopituitarism with Initial False Negative Result.  Global Pediatric Health. Vol. 1, no. December: 1-3.
  • Glaser NS, Ghetti S, Casper TC, Dean JM, Kuppermann N: Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) DKA FLUID Study Group. 2013. Pediatric diabetic ketoacidosis, fluid therapy and cerebral injury: the design of a factorial randomized controlled trial.  Pediatric Diabetes. Vol. 6, no. 14. (September): 435-446.
  • Indyk JA. 2012. Growth Issues in Pediatric Diabetes.  Practical Diabetology. Vol. 31, no. 4. (January): 8-17.
  • Tfayli,Hala,M; Teot,Lisa,A; Indyk,Justin,A; Witchel,Selma,Feldman. 2010. Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma in an Autonomous Hyperfunctioning Thyroid Nodule: Case Report and Review of the Literature.  Thyroid. Vol. 20, no. 9. (September): 1029-1032.
  • Indyk JA. 2010. Conference Survival.  Endocrine Today. Vol. 8, no. 6. (January): e38.
  • Indyk JA. 2010. Surviving the Conferences.  Infectious Disease in Children. Vol. 23, no. 6. (January): e62.
  • Indyk JA. 2009. Practice pearls for providing leadership through teaching.  Endocrine Today. Vol. 7, no. 13. (January): e42.
  • Slaunwhite,Rebecca,M; Indyk,Justin,A. 2009. For parents. How children grow.  Diabetes self-management. Vol. 26, no. 1. (January): 70-73.
  • Chen,Z,L; Indyk,J,A; Strickland,S. 2003. The hippocampal laminin matrix is dynamic and critical for neuronal survival.  MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL. Vol. 14, no. 7. (July): 2665-2676.
  • Indyk,J,A; Chen,Z,L; Tsirka,S,E; Strickland,S. 2003. Laminin chain expression suggests that laminin-10 is a major isoform in the mouse hippocampus and is degraded by the tissue plasminogen activator/plasmin protease cascade during excitotoxic injury.  NEUROSCIENCE. Vol. 116, no. 2. (January): 359-371.
  • Indyk JA, Chen Z-L, Strickland S. 1999. Proteases and degradation of extracellular matrix in neurodegeneration.  Fibrinolysis & Proteolysis. Vol. 13, no. 2. (January): 64-71.
  • Candido-Vitto C, Indyk JA, Witchel SF, Wolf I, Venkataraman S, Munoz R, Saladino R, Zuckerbraun N, DeFranco DB. Assessment of Glucocorticoid Receptor Function in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells of Critically Ill Children. In Endocrine Society 92nd Annual Meeting
  • Rauch LB, Indyk JA. Successful Transition to Oral Sulfonylurea Therapy in Two Patients with Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus with Novel Mutations in Genes Encoding the K-ATP Channel Complex Regulating Insulin Secretion. In Midwest Society for Pediatric Research 53rd Annual meeting
  • Indyk JA, Candido-Vitto C, Wolf I, Venkataraman S, Munoz R, Saladino R, Zuckerbraun N, Witchel SF, DeFranco DB. Reduced Glucocorticoid Receptor Protein Expression in Children with Critical Illness.  Hormone Research in Pediatrics.
  • Indyk JA, Rauch LB, Zipf WB. Successful Transition to Glyburide Therapy in Two Patients with Neonatal Diabetes with Novel Mutations in Genes Encoding the K-ATP Channel. In World Diabetes Congress (International Diabetes Federation)
  • Coshway LK, Indyk JA, Bowden SA. Repeating ACTH stimulation test is necessary to diagnose ACTH deficiency in neonatal hypopituitarism with initial false negative result. In International Congress of Endocrinology 16th Meeting: Endocrine Society 96th Annual Meeting
  • Indyk JA, Wu S, Ko K, Lang RA, Strickland S. A novel strategy for the conditional ablation of microglia. In Society for Neuroscience
  • Chen,Z,L; Indyk,J,A; Bugge,T,H; Kombrinck,K,W; Degen,J,L; Strickland,S. Neuronal death and blood-brain barrier breakdown after excitotoxic injury are independent processes.  JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE.
  • Indyk JA, Becker DJ, Bacha F. Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase 65 (GAD65) Autoantibody Positivity in an Infant with Sulfonylurea-Responsive Neonatal Diabetes Mellitus due to KCNJII mutation. In Endocrine Society 91st Annual Meeting
  • Chen Z-I, Indyk JA, Kombrinck KW, Degen JL, Strickland S. Neuronal death and blood-brain barrier breakdown agter excitotoxic injury are independent processes. In Socierty for Neuroscience
  • Indyk JA, Chen Z-I, Tsirka SE, Strickland S. Identification of neuronal laminin chains expressed in the adult mouse hippocampus and degraded during excitotoxic injury. In Society for Neuroscience
  • Indyk JA, Chen Z-I, Salles FJ, Strickland S. Multiple neuronal Laminin Chains are expressed in the adult mouse hippocampus. In Society for Neuroscience
  • Chen Z-I, Indyk JA, Strickland S. Infused soluble laminin-1 promotes neuronal cell death in mouse hippocampus. In Sociey for Neuroscience
  • Candido-Vitto C, Indyk JA, Witchel SF, Wolf I, Venkataraman S, Munoz R, Sladino R, Zuckerbraun N, DeFranco DB. Assesment of Glucocorticoid Receptor Function in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells of Critically Ill Children. In 39th Critical Care Congress
  • Tfayli HM, Indyk JA, Teot L, Witchel SF. Papillary thyroid carcinoma in an automomous hyperfuncting thyroid nodule. In Endocrine Society 90th Annual Meeting
  • Chen Z-I, Lee A, Indyk JA, Strickland S. Infused soluble laminin-1 disrupts endogenous laminin and promotes neuronal cell death in mouse hippocampus. In Society for Nueroscience
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