Dr. Jennifer Arnold
M.D. - Pediatric Emergency Medicine Weill Cornell Medicine
Dr. Arnold is Board Certified in Neonatal Medicine and currently works as the Medical Director of the Simulation Center at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. Neonatology involves caring for critically ill babies and their families. As an educator and researcher, Dr. Arnold’s passion is simulation education, patient safety, and research endeavors, which she has been working in more than 16 years. She was a NIH postdoctoral scholar at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine’s Safar Center for Resuscitative Medicine from July 2006-July 2007. Dr. Arnold has received funding for her simulation educational research through the Laerdal Foundation for Acute Medicine, Cullen Trust for Healthcare, Texas Children’s Hospital Educational Grants, Walmart-Sams Club, and MD Anderson Foundation among others. Currently, her areas of interest within simulation include use of simulation for evaluating new clinical spaces, team training, improving quality and patient safety, improving home care and skills for primary caregivers of children with medical complexities, and developing educational curricula for various departments throughout the hospital.