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Donald K. Murphey, MD
Cook Children's Physician Network

Donald Murphey
Specialties:Infectious Disease
Education:University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio
Residency:Brackenridge Hospital, Austin
Fellowship:University of Texas Medical School at Houston
Board Certified:Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Disease

Dr. Murphey completed a medical degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. His residency was completed at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin and his fellowship at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. He is the Medical Director of Cook Children's Infectious Disease and is currently President of Medical Staff, Cook Children's Medical Center.


Locations:

1500 Cooper St.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
(682) 885-1485
Driving directions

Publications:

Murphey DK, Septimus EJ, Waagner DC. Catfish-Related Injury and Infection: Report of two Cases and Review of the Literature. Clinical Infectious Diseases 1992;14:689-93.

Murphey DK, Buescher ES. Human colostrum is anti-inflammatory in a rat model of acute inflammation. Pediatric Research 1993; 34:208-212.

Murray JC, Strong GB, Murphey DK.  Hyperimmunoglobulin E Syndrome (Job’s Syndrome), Pathological Case of the Month. In Press.

Arbona SI, Melville S, Hanson IC, Squires JE, Doran TI, Doyle M, Patel JA, Handal GA, Hauger S, Murphey DK. “Characterization of Perinatal Transmission of HIV in Texas”, Texas Medicine; In Press.

Arbona SI, Melville SK, Hanson IC, Squires JE, Doyle M, Doran TI, Patel JA, Handal GA, Hauger SB, Murphey DK, Dominguez K. “Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Texas”, The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal; 2001;20:602-6.

Murray JC, Strong GB, Murphey DK. “Clinical Pathology Case: Hyperimmunoglobulin E Syndrome (Job’s Syndrome)”, Pediatric Pathology and Molecular Medicine 2001;223-226.

Murphey DK, Brunnel PA, Wagner RS, Cuming GS, Dorfman MS. “Bacterial Conjunctivitis in Children: Containing the Infection”, Infectious Diseases in Children 2006.

Hood JL,  Murphey DK, Dunn JJ, children’s hospital A, Texas, “Hospital-Acquired Pertussis Among Newborns – Texas , 2004”,  MMWR 2008; 57:20:600-603.


Media:

2006 NBC 5 Talk Street, Interview on Immunizations.

Channel 33 News, Interview, “Influenza in North Texas,” February 22, 2007.

Fort Worth Star Telegram, September 2, 2007, “Mysterious illness tests youth’s will, resilience,” Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome/Ryan Sewell.

WFAA Channel 8 News, Interview, “MRSA,” October 26, 2007.

Discovery Health Channel, Mystery E.R., “Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome” Case Documentary, 2008.

KDFW Channel 4 News, Interview, “New Swine Flu Epidemic,” April 29, 2009.

Fort Worth Star Telegram, September 5, 2009, “Common Childhood Virus Packs an Increasingly Potent Punch,” Respiratory Syncytial Virus

Channel FOX 4 News, Interview, “Swine Flu,” September 24, 2009.

Channel 5 News, Interview, “Swine Flu,” September 25, 2009.

Fort Worth Star Telegram, September 25, 2009, Interview, “Swine Flu.”

Channel 8 News, Interview, “Swine Flu,” September 28, 2009.

Channel 5 News, Interview, “Swine Flu,” September 30, 2009.

WOAI Radio San Antonio, Interview, “H1N1 Influenza Interview,” October 22, 2009.

TSN Radio Network, Interview, “HN1N Influenza Interview,” October 23, 2009.

ABC Radio, Interview with Sean Hannity, “H1N1 Vaccine,” October 28, 2009.

American Medical News, AMA, November 2, 2009 “H1N1 vaccine shortage leaves doctors managing crowds, anxieties.”

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